Contains "doodles from graduate school."
Only three copies printed.
Subtitled "A Response to the 'Stick Genre'." According to Willis this was a satire on stick figure comics and the artwork was originally drawn in the 1950s.
1st printing: 1983, 25 copies; Olympia, Washington
2nd printing: 1983, 30 copies; Olympia, Washington
3rd printing: 1984
Contents include an interview with Gary Larson; an underground comix article by Bruce Sweeney; letters from Jeff Kipper and Jim Ryan; news and reviews. Front and back covers are appropriated Larson and Basil Wolverton.
Contents include: the second part of the Gary Larson interview; an interview with Joe Zabel; Bruce Sweeney's "Underground Station" column (logo by Foster); the story of seeing Robert Crumb speak at Washington State University; underground reviews; letters from Steve Willis, David Miller, Bob Conway, Jim Ryan and Jay Lynch; more.
1st printing: 1982, 40 copies
2nd printing: 1982, 25 copies
The 2nd printing (see image with yellow cover) has a faint nearly-vertical line on the left side of the cover.
Appearances by Richard Nixon and Mukey the Mutant Membrane.
2nd printing indicated as such on the inside front cover.
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