Rewritten "Peanuts" strips credited pseudonymously to Dr. Casey "Sparky" Finnegan.
Wayne Gibson draws portraits of famous people who passed on in the past year. This issue's got David Bowie, Prince, Carrie Fisher, Paul Kantner and others.
Printed/folded in various configurations and inserted into the cover. Signed/numbered edition of 200.
Wayne Gibson draws portraits of famous people who passed on in the past year. This issue's got Charles Manson, Adam West, Paul O'Neill, Don Rickles, John Geils, Chuck Barris, Stephen Furst, Monty Hall, Chris Cornell, Jay Thomas, Michael Parks, Roger Moore, Don Williams, George A. Romero, Jerry Lewis, Tobe Hooper, Gregg Allman, Bill Dana, Harry Dean Stanton, John Dunsworth, John Anderson, Martin Landau, John Heard, Sam Shepard, John Hurt, Ronnie Davis, Charlie Murphy, Fats Domino and Professor Irwin Corey.
Signed/numbered edition of 100.
Wayne Gibson draws portraits of famous people who passed on in the past year. This issue's got Stan Lee, Burt Reynolds, Marty Balin, John Jabo Starks, Danny Kirwan, Roy Clark, Aretha Franklin, Hugh Masekela, Yvonne Staples, Vic Damone, George H.W. Bush, John McCain, Barbara Bush, David Ogden Stiers, Douglas Rain, Robert Blythe, Verne Troyer, Robin Leach, Winnie Mandela, Alan Abel, Billy Graham, Warren Miller, Claude Lanzmann, Penny Marshall, Nicolas Roeg, Jorge Grau, Milos Forman, Neil Simon, William Goldman, Anthony Bourdain, Ursula K. LeGuin, Keith Jackson, Joe Jackson, Scott Wilson, John Bluthal, Tab Hunter, Jerry Maren, Stephen Hawking, Paul Allen, David Pearson, Rusty Staub, Dorothy Malone, Margot Kidder, Charlotte Rae, Nanette Fabray, Glen Chin, James Karen, Clint Walker, Harry Anderson, Rose Marie, Jerry Van Dyke, Ken Berry, and Marty Allen. There's a self-portrait of the artist on the back cover.
Signed/numbered edition of 50.
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