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Writers / Artists: John Eberly

All-phabet Funnies #2

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Red ink on orange stock.

American Leather

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At least some copies have hand-colored bits on the cover.

Cartoon Brut #1

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Cartoon Brut #2

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Cartoon Brut #3

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Printed on lime green index stock. Variant printed on white.

Cartoon Brut #4

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Cartoon Loonacy #41

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Some of this issue's contents: a couple of pages of Gene Deitch drawings (from the Record Changer, I think), Scott Saavedra's story of meeting Jack Kirby, a reprinting of the George Erling / Craig Yoe jam cover to Cartoon Loonacy #4, a fold-out with a Bill Holman "Smokey Stover" strip on one side and a Gene Ahern "Squirrel Cage" on the other, Brian Buniak's "How Not to Write Elfquest: New Blood", Buniak's three-page article on the film "Jack the Giant Killer", Buniak's fold-out poster of Bernie Goetz (!).

Characters appearing in art and comics include: Laurel and Hardy, Rocko's Modern Life, Nancy Ritz, Little Lulu, cast of Beverly Hills 90210, Ted Kennedy, Bart Simpson.

Fewer than 50 copies usually printed (probably more like 25).

Chicken Slacks #2: 1967 (1st-2nd)

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Mary Fleener's great anthology full of music-themed art and comix (mostly comics adaptations of songs).

Musicians/bands adapted include Frank Zappa / Mothers of Invention, Country Joe, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac and others.

1st printing: 1987 or '88
2nd printing: 1988, signed/numbered edition of 200

Chicken Slacks #3: Chicken Slacks Got Soul!

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Mary Fleener's great anthology full of music-themed art and comix (mostly comics adaptations of songs).

Musicians/bands adapted include John Lee Hooker, George Clinton, Marvin Gaye, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Joe Cocker, Jimi Hendrix, Muddy Waters, Louis Jordan and others.

Signed/numbered edition of 400.

Chicken Slacks #4: Never Mind the Bollocks

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Mary Fleener's great anthology full of music-themed art and comix (mostly comics adaptations of songs).

Musicians/bands adapted include Dead Kennedys, Husker Du, Half Japanese, Weasels, Weirdos, Butthole Surfers, Big Boys, Legendary Pink Dots, The Damned, Sockeye, They Might Be Giants, Angry Samoans, Wire, Richard Hell & the Voidoids, Crucifucks and Pixies.

Numbered edition of 500.

Cult Comix #09

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All artwork except for one poem written for the Church of the SubGenius' J.R. "Bob" Dobbs.

5½ × 8½"
8 pages

Dead Ringer, The #1

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Twisted gag cartoons by John Eberly (Mumbles).

Represents excerpts from Dead Ringer #1, a 28 page digest size zine originally published in 1983 by Mumbles Publications.

Dyspepsia #2

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Roughly 5¼ x 6½"
48 pages
Two-color covers, some interior color

There may be more contributors than listed above.

Exquisite Corpse Comix #12

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Exquisite Corpse Comix was Jamie Alder's series of experimental jam comix in which each artist starts at one end of the comic and works his way toward the other, comingling their drawings all the way.

Fire & Smoke

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From Tokeland to Topeka

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Garage Sale

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A virtual archive of mini-comics, fanzines, small press comics, newave comix and related items. The physical archive, housed at PF headquarters, is being built with personal acquisitions as well as generous donations from supporters. This project is most definitely a work in progress.