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SC 3.3
Paul Brians
Comics Collection, 1950-2004

Paul Brians, Professor of English at Washington State University, donated this collection to the WSU Libraries in 2003. Ben DeCrease processed the collection in 2006-2007. The collection number was changed in 2009 from Cage 710 to SC 3.3.

Number of containers: 36
Linear feet of shelf space: 18
Approximate number of items: 1180

 

COLLECTION HISTORY

Paul Brians began collecting underground comix in the summer of 1967 when he encountered a copy of Yellow Dog in the Petaluma, California Greyhound bus depot newsstand. Their outrageous content and visual creativity altered the definition of what comics could be, and comix were a major force in the 1960s counterculture. Brians systematically ordered all the major comix that he could identify for the next few decades, until the original publishers began to fade from the scene with the death of the alternative marketplaces that had been responsible for selling comix.

Expanding his interest in modern adult comics, Brians subscribed for several years to Heavy Metal, the U.S. equivalent of Métal hurlant, and those issues are included in this collection.

During the 1980s he did extensive research on nuclear war in fiction, and as part of this process he built the world's most comprehensive collection of fiction depicting nuclear war or its aftermath in the WSU Libraries. In addition he built a modest but unique collection of comic books depicting nuclear war, now included in this collection, though it is a quite distinct collection of mostly mainstream titles. Background information about these nuclear comics is available on Brians' Web site, Nuke Pop (http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/nukepop/).


COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The Paul Brians Comics Collection contains a wide variety of common and rare underground comix. Inspired by the controversial EC Comics of the 1940s, artists of the late 1960s San Francisco counterculture community began publishing uncensored comics dubbed "comix," with the "x" standing for X-rated. With drug influenced and politically charged content, these new comix pushed the boundaries in every respect, and within a year of the first major publications in 1967, every head shop in the country was selling underground comix. Early titles like Zap and the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers drew a strong following and were reprinted many times over. For a while, the obscenity and copyright infringement lawsuits brought against comics like Air Pirates Funnies and Nasty Tales didn't seem to harm underground sales, but by the mid 1970s the "head shops" were disappearing and the remaining underground publishing houses could no longer turn a profit. Coinciding with the birth of punk music in 1977, the underground genre lost popularity as readers turned to the upcoming trend of New Wave comics. Apart from the work of artists like Robert Crumb and Gilbert Shelton, who continued to produce the same style of comix after 1977 as they did at the peak of the movement, experimental and uncensored comics from that time forward came to be known as "alternative comics," and entries in this listing are labeled accordingly.

In addition to underground and alternative comics, this collection contains many science fiction and fantasy comics, underground newspapers like the East Village Other and the San Francisco Oracle, and a significant number of comics pertaining to nuclear war. The latter collection is identified in the guide by the term, "nuclear comics," and it spans the years 1950-2004.


COLLECTION ARRANGEMENT

The collection is arranged in two series, listed alphabetically.

Series 1: Minicomics, standard sized comics, single page comics and advertisements, newsprint periodicals, comic magazines, and zines.

Series 2: Oversized comics.

Comics contained in series 1 constitute the majority of the collection and are stored in upright containers alphabetically. Series 2 contains comics too large to be housed in standard boxes; items in this series are listed at the end of this collection guide.


ACCESS

This collection is open and available for research use.

The suggested citation for the collection is:

[Item Description]
Paul Brians Comics Collection
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Washington State University Libraries
Pullman, WA


RELATED MATERIALS

Comix Collection (Approximately 1800 individual titles in this collection are cataloged in the online catalog of the WSU Libraries ( Search "comix collection" as keyword or title), or can be found in a separate alphabetical listing (SC 3.1. Online guide available here).

Lynn Hansen Comix Collection: (SC 3.2. Online guide available here).

Unprocessed collections (please contact us for access information): Further Steve Willis collections (MS 2009-15); Clark Dissmeyer collection (MS 2009-18); Joseph Shea collection (MS 2009-19, MS 2010-01); Jeff Zenich collection (MS 2009-20).


LANGUAGES

The majority of these items are in English. German and French materials are also included.


LOCATION NOTE (MASC Staff Use):

1:35


CONTAINER LIST:

Box Folder Description
Series 1: 1950-2004
1
1
50's Funnies, multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit and violent satire comic using 1950s references. Number 1, 1980. Alternative comics.
 
2
A+ Plus, Kevin Siembieda and Alex Marciniszyn. Detroit, MI: Megaton Publications. Science fiction, fantasy, and humor comics containing nudity. Numbers 1-2, 1977. Alternative comics.
 
3
The Abyss, Randy Stradley and Michael Kaluta. Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics, Inc. Full color comic adaptation of James Cameron's science fiction film, The Abyss. Numbers 1-2, 1989. Nuclear comics.
 
4
The Adventures of Black Eldridge, Ovid P. Adams. San Francisco, CA: Marcus Books. Violent black and white race-war comic involving the Black Panthers and starring its prominent member, Eldridge Cleaver. 1970. Underground comix.
 
5
Adventures of Crystal Night, Sharon Kahn Rudahl Peters. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit science fiction comic. 1980.
 
The Adventures of Fat Freddy's Cat, Gilbert Shelton and Dave Sheridan. San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press, Inc. Spin-off of Shelton's Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers comix. Underground comix.
 
6
Volume 1, numbers 1-3, 1977; number 4, 1978; number 5, 1980.
 
7
Volume 2, number 2, 1988.
 
8
The Adventures of Superlily, Larry Feign. Hong Kong, China: Macmillan Publishers Ltd. Book-format compilation of comic strips from late 1980s and early 1990s Hong Kong newspapers. 1989.
 
9
After Apocalypse, Cliff Biggers (author), Mark Bagley, Dave Johnson, and Jim Massara (illustrators). Marietta, GA: Paragraphics. Post-apocalyptic adventure comic. Number 1, 1987. Nuclear comics.
 
10
AIDS News, Leonard Rifas and Mark Campos. Seattle, WA: People of Color AIDS Network. AIDS prevention educomic for inner city teens. 1988.
 
11
Air Pirates Funnies, Dan O'Neill, Ted Richards, Gary Hallgren, and Bobby London. Sexually explicit underground comix on the subject of the Military Industrial Complex featuring Disney characters in compromising positions. Production was halted after one printing of each issue due to a Disney injunction. Number 1, 1971; San Francisco, CA: Air Pirates Collective. Number 2, 1971; San Francisco, CA: Hell Comics. Underground comix.
 
12
Air Pirates Funnies: All Comix, Bobby London, Gary Hallgren, Dan O'Neill and Willy Murphy. San Francisco, CA: Air Pirates Collective. Newspaper format comic satirizing popular cartoons. Volume 1, number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
13
Alien Encounters, multiple contributors. Guerneville, CA: Eclipse Comics. Sexually explicit, full color, and alien themed adventure comix. Number 1, 1985; numbers 7-8, 1986. Nuclear comics.
 
14
Alien Worlds, Bruce Jones and Dave Stevens. San Diego, CA: Stratospheric Scribblings, Pacific Comics. Violent alien adventures containing nudity. Number 4, 1983; number 7, 1984. Nuclear comics.
 
15
Allstars, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Comic Book Company. Mix of comix, some of which contain nudity, by San Francisco area artists including Rick Griffin, Robert Crumb, Kim Deitch, S. Clay Wilson, Spain, and Gilbert Shelton. 1970. Underground comix.
 
16
All Duck, Tom Hachtman, Joey Epstein, Ned Sonntag, Jay Kinney, Peter Bramley, and Bill Skurski. San Francisco, CA: Co. & Sons. Violent, sexually explicit, and politically oriented comic starring ducks. Volume 1, number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
17
All Girl Thrills, Trina Robbins, Willy Mendes, and J. Wood. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit New Age comix. All Girl Thrills is notable as being one of the first comics to be drawn entirely by women. 1971. Underground comix.
  18 All New Underground Comix, Larry Hubble, Peter Clapp, Rick Veitch, and Rand David Silverberg. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Sometimes sexually explicit or violent comix highlighting new underground artists in each issue. Issue one is listed under "Armageddon." Number 2, 1972; numbers 3, 5, 1973. Underground comix.
 
19
All Rare: Magazine of Fantasy, multiple contributors. Buffalo, NY: Comicade Enterprises. Magazine chronicling out of print comic series'; this issue covers Buck Rogers. Number 1, 1980.
 
20
Amazing Dope Tales, Greg Shaw. San Francisco, CA: Self-published. Hallucinogenic and drug themed black and white comic. Volume 1, number 1, 1967. Underground comix.
 
21
Amazon Comics, Foolbert Sturgeon. San Francisco, CA: Rip-Off Press. Sexually explicit stories of warring Amazon women. 1972. Underground comix.
 
22
American Flyer Funnies, Larry Welz, Larry Sutherland, and Larry Todd. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Varied violent comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
2
23
American Splendor, Harvey Pekar (author). Cleveland Heights, OH: Self-published. Occasionally sexually explicit stories set in Cleveland from the life of Harvey Pekar, each drawn by a different artist. A movie of the same name starred Paul Giamatti as Harvey Pekar using material from this long running series. Number 1, 1976; number 3, 1978; number 4, 1979; number 5, 1980; number 6, 1981; number 7, 1982; number 8, 1983; number 9, 1984. Underground comix.
 
24
Amputee Love, Rich, Rene, and Brent Boates. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Amputee sex comic drawn by a double amputee. Sexually explicit. Number 1, 1975. Underground comix.
 
25
An Army of Principals, Leonard Rifas. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. An alternative comic history of the founding of the United States. 1976. Underground comix.
 
26
Anarchy Comics, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. "Comix inspired by or based on anarchist ideals." Issue one includes a comic by underground artist, Gilbert Shelton. Number 1, 1978; number 2, 1979; number 4, 1987. Nuclear comics.
 
27
Andromeda, multiple contributors. Toronto ON, Canada: Silver Snail Comics Ltd. Science fiction comics created in collaboration with well known writers. Volume 2, number 1, 1977; numbers 2, 3, 1978; numbers 5-6, 1979.
 
28
Animal Bite Comix, multiple contributors. Colorado Springs, CO: Everyman Studios. Animal comix with work by Doug Hansen and Hunt Emerson. 1979. Underground comix.
 
29
Animal Weirdness, multiple contributors. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, Bunch Associates Ltd. Animal comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1974. Underground comix.
 
30
Ape City, Charles Marshall (author), M. C. Wyman, and Marvin Perry Mann (illustrators). Newbury Park, CA: Adventure Comics. Four-part Planet of the Apes miniseries. Numbers 1-4, 1990. Nuclear comics.
 
31
Ape Nation, Charles Marshall (author), M. C. Wyman, and Terry Pallot (illustrators). Newbury Park, CA: Adventure Comics. Full color four-part Planet of the Apes meets Alien Nation miniseries. Numbers 1-4, 1991. Nuclear comics.
 
32
Après L'Apocalypse, Ivas Anghel. Brussels, Belgium: Editions Michel Deligne. Belgian post-apocalyptic large format comic in French. Contains nudity. 1979. Alternative comics. Nuclear comics.
 
33
Arcade: The Comics Revue, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Arcade was launched by Art Spiegelman and Bill Griffith during the slump in underground comic sales as a venue for proven artists who had trouble getting published elsewhere. Feature artists include Robert Crumb, Art Spiegelman, and Gilbert Shelton. Sexually explicit. Volume 1, numbers 2-4, 1975; numbers 5-7, 1976. Underground comix.
3
34
Armadillo Comics, Gilbert Shelton, Dan Traverso, Jim Franklin, John Shelton, and Glen Whitehead. Austin, TX: Self-published. Varied comix containing some violence and nudity. 1969. Underground comix.
 

35

Armageddon, Barney Steel. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp, Inc. Violent and sexually explicit science fiction comix. Issue one is also known as "All New Underground Comix" number 1. Number 1, 1970; number 2, 1972; number 3, 1973. Underground comix.
 
36
The Armpit of Fear, Scott Shaw. Hemmeroid-Barbarian Productions. Sexually explicit black and white minicomic. 1972. Underground comix.
 
37
Artistic Comics, Robert Crumb. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Collection of previously unpublished Robert Crumb sketches. Sexually explicit. 1976. Underground comix.
 
38
Artsy Fartsy Funnies, Patrick Rosenkranz and Hugo Van Baren. Laren NH, Holland: Paranoia. Extensive overview of underground comix and their creators. Sexually explicit. 1974. Underground comix.
 
39
Atom-Age Combat. Wartime military adventure comics. Volume 1, number 1, 1952; volume 2, number 1, 1958; New York, NY: St. John Publishing Company. Volume 2, number 3, 1959; Orange, CT: Fago Publications. Nuclear comics.
 
40
Atomic Age, Frank Lovece (author), Mike Okamoto, and Al Williamson (illustrators). New York, NY: Epic Comics. Full color miniseries about aliens on earth in 1957. Numbers 1-2, 1990; numbers 3-4, 1991. Nuclear comics.
 
41
Atomic Comix, Jeff Karrow. Random Lake, WI: Madison Ave Publications. Violent and sexually explicit superhero humor comic containing parodies of Batman and the Incredible Hulk. 1975. Underground comix.
 
42
Atomic Spy Cases. New York, NY: Avon Periodicals. Full color wartime spy stories. Volume 1, number 1, 1950. Nuclear comics.
 
43
Atomic War!, artists unnamed. New York, NY: Junior Books, Inc. Nuclear war adventure comics pitting the U.S. against Russia. Number 4, 1953. Nuclear comics.
 
44
Authentic Visionary Comix, Bill Crook, Tuck Petertil, Gordy Cohen, Kerry Petertil. Springfield, IL: Prairie Tales. Psychedelic and political comic using a handful of Disney characters under alternate names. Number 1, 1976. Underground comix.
 
45
Auto-be Recycled, Ronald Turner. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Educomic advocating the recycling of cars and auto parts. 1980.
 
46
Avengers, Fabian Nicieza (author), Rik Levins, Tom Palmer, Bill Oakley, and Nel Yomtov (illustrators). New York, NY: Marvel Comics. Number 323, 1990.
 
47
Avenging World, Steve Ditko. San Jose, CA: Bruce Hershenson. Revolutionary comic covering politics, ethics, and philosophy. 1973. Underground comix.
 
48
Awake!. Brooklyn, NY: Self-published. Black and white religion themed minicomic. 1972. Underground comix.
 
49
Axa, E. B. Romero. Park Forest, IL: Ken Pierce. Full color fantasy adventure comix. Numbers 1-2, 1987. Nuclear comics.
 
Axa: First American Edition Series, E. B. Romero. Park Forest, IL: Ken Pierce. Black and white fantasy adventure comix containing nudity. Nuclear comics.
 
50
Number 1, 1984; number 2, 1982; numbers 3-4, 1983; numbers 5-6, 1984.
4
51 
Number 7, 1985; number 8, 1986; number 9, 1988; "Adult Fantasy Color Album," 1985.
 
52
The Balloon Vendor, Fred Schrier. San Francisco, CA: Rip-Off Press. Drug inspired comic tales containing nudity. 1971. Underground comix.
 
53
Baloney, Ripp. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Black and white humor minicomic. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
54
Banzai!, Joel Beck, Roger Brand, and Kim Deitch. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Satire, parody, and politics comix containing nudity. 1978. Underground comix.
 
55
Barbarian Comics, multiple contributors. Violent fantasy comic containing nudity. Number 2, 1973; number 3, 1974. Underground comix.
 
56
Barbarian Killer Funnies, T. Bird. San Jose, CA: Bud Plant. Fantasy parody comic containing nudity. Number 1, 1974. Underground comix.
 
57
Barbarian Women. S. Clay Wilson, Ed Watson, Ron Harris, and Chris Metz. San Jose, CA: California Comics. Extremely violent and sexually explicit comic with color insert by well known underground artist, S. Clay Wilson. Number 2, 1977. Underground comix.
 
58
Barefootz Funnies, Howard Cruse. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit comix with child characters. Number 1, 1975; number 2, 1976; number 3, 1979. Underground comix.
 
59
Begonia Comix, anonymous [possibly created by Larry Murphy]. Crudely drawn psychedelic comic lacking artist and publisher information. Date unknown. Underground comix.
 
60
Best Buy Comics, Robert Crumb. Collection of Robert Crumb comics drawn between 1977 and 1979, many of which were originally published in the Coevolution Quarterly. Philosophy, politics, and social commentary. Contains nudity. 1979. Underground comix.
 
61
The Best of Wonder Wart-Hog, Gilbert Shelton. Superhero parody. Issue one contains reprints of Wonder Wart-Hog comix from 1962 and 1963. Numbers 1, 3: 1973; number 2, 1975. Underground comix.
 
62
Betty Boop Funnies, Larry Latham. Norman, OK: Hi-De-Ho Publishing Company. Inoffensive comic featuring Betty Boop and Felix the Cat. Number 1, 1978.
 
63
Betty Boop in 3-D, Bud Counihan. El Cajon, CA: Blackthorne Publishing, Inc. Number 1, 1986.
 
64
Big Apple Comix, Stu Schwartzberg, Larry Hama, Paul Kirchner, Wallace Wood, and Michele Brand. New York, NY: Big Apple Productions. Sexually explicit humor, social commentary, and fantasy comix. 1975. Underground comix.
 
65
Big Ass Comics, Robert Crumb. San Francisco, CA: Rip-Off Press. Sexually explicit humor comix. Number 1, 1969; number 2, 1971. Underground comix.
 
66
The Big Book of Everything, Hunt Emerson. London, UK: Knockabout Comics. Compilation of Emerson comix from the 1970s and 1980s. 1983. Underground comix.
 
67
Bijou Funnies, Skip Williamson, Robert Crumb, Jayzey Lynch, and Jay Kinney. Chicago, IL: Bijou Publishing Empire. Sexually explicit. Number 1, 1968; numbers 4-5, 1970; number 6, 1971; number 7, 1972; number 8, 1973. Underground comix.
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68
Bizarre Sex, multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit comix by a wide array of well known artists. Volume 1, numbers 1-2, 1972; number 3, 1973; number 4, 1975; number 5, 1976; number 6, 1977; number 7, 1979; number 9, 1981; number 10, 1982. Underground comix.
 
69
Black and White Comics, Robert Crumb. San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties. Sexually explicit social commentary comix. 1973. Underground comix.
 
70
Blood on the Moon, Jaxon. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. "The story of Comanche chief Quanah Parker and the Final Struggle for Domination of the Southern Plains." 1978. Underground comix.
 
71
Bogeyman, Rory Hayes, Jaxon, S. Clay Wilson, Simon Deitch, Greg Irons, Jeff Hayes, Jayzey Lynch, Spain, and Rick Griffin. San Francisco: The Company & Sons. Violent horror comic. Number 3, 1970. Underground comix.
 
72
Bogeyman Comics (advertisement), Rory Hayes. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Original one page advertisement for Bogeyman Comics number 1. Circa 1969. Underground comix.
 
73
The Book of Raziel, John Thompson. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Occult inspired illustrations containing nudity. 1969. Underground comix.
 
74
Bop, multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Comix. Large-format comics and articles concerning music. Number 1, 1982.
 
75 
Brain Fantasy, Larry Todd, Michael Smith, and Michael Becker. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Sexually explicit horror and adventure comics. Number 2, 1974. Underground comix.
 
76
Brain Storm Comix, Paul Stubbs, Bryan Talbot, Chris Welch, Tim Earnshaw, and Hunt Emerson. London, UK: Alchemy Publications. Comix by British artists and an exclusive interview with Rick Griffin. Volume 1, number 3, 1976. Underground comix.
 
77
Bugle American, multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Subdued Publications, Ltd. Weekly liberal newspaper serving the Madison, Wisconsin area and containing features, comics, and reviews. Number 216, 1975.
 
78
Bullfrog Information Service, multiple contributors. Eugene, OR: Self-published. Northwest liberal political newspaper containing articles and comix. Sexually explicit. Number 4, 1971. Underground comix.
 
79
The Bunch’s Power Pack Comics, Aline Kominsky. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Comics. Social commentary comix containing nudity. Number 2, 1981. Underground comix.
 
80
Burgerville Blues. Pullman, WA: Self-published. Washington State University liberal newsprint publication featuring comix and articles concerning local and national politics as well as civil rights issues. Contains nudity. Numbers 1-4. Circa 1972.
 
81
The Buzzard, Wink Boyer. San Francisco, CA: Company & Sons. Drug influenced comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1970. Underground comix.
 
82
California Comics, Bob Sidebottom and E. Watson. San Jose, CA: Self-published. Sexually explicit counterculture humor comix. Number 1, 1974; number 2, 1975; number 3, 1977. Underground comix.
  83 Canadian Free Press, multiple contributors. Ottawa ON, Canada: Argyle Co-Operative House. New Age newsprint periodical containing articles, poetry, photos, and illustrations. Contains nudity. Number 3, circa 1970. Underground comix.
 
84
The Captain, Hak Vogrin and Jean Einbeck Vogrin. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. 1972. Underground comix.
 
85
Captain Guts Comics, Larry Welz. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit superhero satire. Number 1, 1969; number 2, 1971. Underground comix.
 
86
The Cartoon History of the Universe, Larry Gonick. San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press, Inc. Educational history comics beginning with the Big Bang in issue 1 and continuing through ancient Greece in issue 6. Number 1, 1978; numbers 2-4, 1979; number 5, 1980; number 6, 1981.
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87
Cazco, Phil Yeh. Los Alamitos, CA: Fragments West. A compendium of Phil Yeh's Cazco comix, most of which were drawn in 1973. Number 1, 1976. Underground comix.
 
88
Cerebus, Dave Sim. Kitchener ON, Canada: Aardvark-Vanaheim Inc. Popular Canadian sword and sorcery comix. Number 27, 1981.
 
89
Changes, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA. New Age periodical with illustrations and articles. Number 3, 1969.
 
90
Changes, Jeff Jordan. Eight page abstract minicomic. 1972. Underground comix.
 
91
The Checkered Demon, S. Clay Wilson. San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp. Sexually explicit horror comix. Number 1, 1977; number 2, 1978; number 3, 1979. Underground comix.
 
92
Cherry Poptart, Larry Welz. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Sexually explicit drama and humor comix. Number 1, 1982; number 2, 1985; number 3, 1986; numbers 4-5, 1987; numbers 6-7, 1988; number 8, 1989; number 12, 1991; number 13, 1992. Underground comix.
 
93

Cherry's Jubilee, Larry Welz. Northampton, MA: Cherry Comics. Sexually explicit politically themed action comic. Number 2, 1992.

  94 Chicago Seed, multiple contributors. Chicago, IL: Seed Publishing, Inc. Counterculture newsprint periodical containing poetry, articles, comix, and photos. Contains nudity. Volume 3, number 13, circa 1969. Underground comix.
 
95 
The Chicanos, Rius. Berkeley, CA: The North American Congress on Latin America. Full color illustrated commentary on Chicano oppression in America. 1973. Underground comix.
 
96 

Chocolate Alphabet, Harlan Ellison (author) and Larry Todd (illustrator). Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Science fiction, social commentary, and humor comix for each letter of the alphabet. 1978. Underground comix.

 
97
Choice Meats Comics, George Hansen. Chicago, IL: Adam's Apple Distributing Company. Sexually explicit humor comix in a style similar to that of Robert Crumb. Number 1, 1973; number 2, 1972. Underground comix.
 
98
Class War Comix, Cliff Harper and Jay Kinney. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Political and socioeconomic commentary. Number 1, 1974. Underground comix.
 
99
Cloud Comix, Lenny Hermanson, Bill Skurski, Cahoot Cheroot, Gail Burwen, Peter Bramley, Stephen Barnett, and Michael Sullivan. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit humor comix. Number 1, 1971; number 2, 1972. Underground comix.
 
100
Clowns, Dave Geiser. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit psychedelic comix. 1972. Underground comix.
 
101
Cocaine Comix, Rich Chidlaw, Wm. Stout, and George Di Caprio. Berkeley, CA; Last Gasp. Sexually explicit comix on the subject of cocaine use. Number 1, 1975; number 3, 1981; number 4, 1982. Underground Comix.
  102 Cody Starbuck, Howard Chaykin. Berkeley, CA: Star Reach Productions. Full color intergalactic adventure comic containing nudity. 1978.
  103 Collage, multiple contributors. New York, NY: John Wilcock. Newsprint periodical containing sexually explicit comix, collages, and articles. Volume 1, numbers 1-3, 1970. Underground comix.
  104

The Collected Cheech Wizard, Vaughn Bodé. San Francisco, CA: The Company & Sons. Philosophical adventure comic containing nudity. 1972. Underground comix.

 
105
Comics and Stories List, Eric Fromm. San Francisco, CA: Self-published. Short comix, articles, and Underground artist biographies. Number 2, 1973. Underground comix.
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106
Comix Book, Stan Lee (editor), multiple contributors. New York, NY: Magazine Management Co. Varied violent, sexually explicit, and humor comix by well known authors. Comix Book was generally viewed as an abdication of underground artists' responsibility to separate themselves from corporations. Numbers 1-2, 1974; numbers 3-4, 1975; number 5, 1976. Underground comix.
 
107
Comix Unlimited, multiple contributors. Cranford, NJ: M&M. Amateur comic tales from the creators of the "New Paltz" series. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1975. Underground comix.
 
108
Commies From Mars, multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Violent and sexually explicit alien themed comix. Number 1, 1973; number 2, 1979; number 5, 1986; number 6, 1987. Underground comix.
 
109
Common Types of Barflyze, Basil Wolverton. Altadena, CA: Wolverton Enterprises. Compilation of character sketches penned by influential "Mad" artist, Basil Wolverton. 1974. Underground comix.
 
110
The Compleat Fart, Lee Marrs. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Comic on the subject of bodily emissions. Contains nudity. 1976. Underground comix.
 
111

The Compleat Mister Infinity, Art Spiegelman. Self-published. Black and white minicomic containing nudity. 1970. Underground comix.

 
112
Compost Comics, R. T. Reese, George Metzger, Larry Todd, T. P. Gasparotti, and Hector Tellez. Self-published. Hippie-targeted comix about organic/vegetarian living. Contains nudity. Circa 1973. Underground comix.
 
113
Conspiracy Capers, Skip Williamson (editor), multiple contributors. Chicago, IL: The Conspiracy. Short conspiracy themed comix. Number 1, 1979. Underground comix.
 
114
Consumer Comix, Dennis Kitchen (editor), Peter Loft, and Peter Poplaski (illustrators). Madison, WI: Wisconsin Department of Justice. Educomic on consumer rights. 1975. Underground comix.
 
115
Coochy Cooty Men's Comics, Robert Williams. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit and sadistic humor comix. Number 1, 1970. Underground comix.
 
116
Corn Fed Comics, Kim Deitch. San Francisco, CA: The Cartoonists Co-op Press. Social commentary drama comix. Number 2, 1973. Underground comix.
 
117
Corporate Crime Comics, Leonard Rifas (editor), multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Comic expose of corporate crime. Number 1, 1977; number 2, 1979. Underground comix.
 
118
Corruption Comics, M. L. Nordby. Self-published. Drug themed minicomic. 1972. Underground comix.
 
119
Cosmic Capers, Patrick Kelly, Jim Wright, Ned Dameron, Dany Frolich, and Jerry Carfagno. New Orleans, LA: Big Muddy Comics, Inc. Sexually explicit science fiction and fantasy comix. 1972. Underground comix.
 
120
Cosmic Heroes, Phil Nowlan (author), Dick Calkins (illustrator). Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics. Buck Rogers fantasy series. Number 4, 1989.
 
121
Country Hits Jamboree, Schenkman. Self-published. Black and white minicomic. Two copies, circa 1970s. Underground comix.
 
122
Cover-Up Lowdown, Jay Kinney and Paul Mavrides. San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press. Conspiracy theory comix. Number 1, 1977. Underground comix.
 
123
Cozmic Comics, multiple contributors. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates Ltd. Sexually explicit comix by British and American artists. Number 4, 1972; number 5, 1973; number 6, 1974. Underground comix.
 
124
Crime Classics, Maxwell Grant (creator), Vernon Greene (illustrator). Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics. Reprint of an entry in the 1940s series, The Shadow. Number 4, 1989.
 
125
Cunt Comics, R. Fuck. Self-published. Sexually explicit horror comic. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
 
126
Cyberpunk, Scott Rockwell, Doug Tallala, and Darryl Banks. Wheeling, WV: The Innovative Corporation. Full color Gen-X science fiction comic. Number 1, 1989; number 2, 1990.
 
127
D. O. A. Comics, Jim Osborne. San Francisco, CA: Saving Grace. Sexually explicit horror comic. Number 1, 1976. Underground comix.
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Dan O'Neill's Comics and Stories, Dan O'Neill. Violent politically oriented comix. Underground comix.
 
128
San Francisco, CA: Company & Sons. Volume 1, numbers 1-3, circa 1971.
 
129
Berkeley, CA: Comics and Comix. Volume 2, numbers 1-2, 1975.
 
130
Dark Destiny, Bruce Duncan, Rickey Dilley, Armstead, and Brian Abram. Hayward, CA: Darkrealm. Science fiction superhero comix. Number 1, 1977. Underground comix.
 
 
Death Rattle. Violent and sexually explicit horror comix. Underground comix
 
131
Multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Volume 1, number 1, 1972; numbers 2-3, 1973.
 
132
Dave Schreiner (author), Peter Poplaski, Ray Fehrenbach and Mike Newhall (illustrators). Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Press. Full color. Volume 2, number 4, 1986.
 
133
Deep 3D Comix, Don Glassford. Milwaukee, WI: Krupp Comic Works. 3-D counterculture humor comic. Number 1, two copies, 1970. Underground comix.
 
134
Demented Pervert Comix, Dave Geiser, Carson, and Stalker. San Francisco, CA: Yahoo Productions. Sexually explicit and psychedelic social commentary. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
 
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Deviant Slice Funnies, Greg Irons and Tom Veitch. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit horror fantasy comix. Number 1, 1972; number 2, 1973. Underground comix.
 
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Dick Tracy in 3-D, Chester Gould. El Cajon, CA: Blackthorne Publishing Incorporated. Volume 1, number 8 of the "Blackthorne 3-D Series." Number 1, 1986.
 
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Dirt Ball Funnies, Dan Molidor and J. Tyler Lantzy. Milwaukee, WI: Krupp Comic Works. Political and drug humor comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
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The Dirty Duck Book, Bobby London. San Francisco, CA: Company & Sons. Humor comic containing violence and nudity. 1971. Underground comix.
 
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Dirty Laundry Comics, Aline Kominsky and Robert Crumb. Sexually explicit comix starring Robert Crumb and his spouse, Aline Kominsky. Number 1, 1974; San Francisco, CA: Cartoonists' Co-op Press. Number 2, 1977; Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Underground comix.
 
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Doll, Guy Colwell. Auburn, CA: Rip Off Press. Sexually explicit drama adventure comic. Number 3, 1989. Underground comix.
 
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Dope Comix, multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit drug themed humor comix. Numbers 1-2, 1978; number 3, 1979; number 4, 1981; number 5, 1984. Underground comix.
 
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Dope Fiend Funnies, multiple contributors. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates. Sexually explicit drug themed humor comix. Number 1, 1974. Underground comix.
 
143
Dopin' Dan, Ted Richards. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Beetle Bailey parody critical of America's role in the Vietnam War. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1972; numbers 2-3, 1973; "Today's Army With Dopin' Dan," 1981. Underground comix.
 
144
Dorman's Doggie, Foolbert Sturgeon. San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press, Inc. Pet humor comix. 1979. Underground comix.
 
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Douglas Comix, multiple contributors. New York, NY: Douglas Communications Corporation. Sexually explicit San Francisco counterculture comix with contributions by underground figures that include Art Spiegelman, John Thompson, Rory Hayes, Trina, and Timothy Leary. 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Dr. Atomic, Larry Todd. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Drug themed humor comix. Number 1, 1972; number 2, 1973; number 3, 1975; number 4, 1976; number 5, 1979; number 6, 1981. Underground comix.
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Dr. Strenge, John Thompson. Austin, TX: The N. E. Mercantile Company. Sexually explicit Escheresque New Age comix. 1973. Underground comix.
 
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Dr. Wirtham's Comix and Stories, multiple contributors. Mystic, CT: Clifford Neal. Outspoken comix against censorship by the Comics Code. Dr. Fredric Wirtham was responsible for the first ban on adult comic books in the 1950s. Contains sexually explicit comix by underground artists Jay Kinney, Robert Williams, Greg Budgett, and Gary Dumm. Number 7-8, 1982. Underground comix.
 
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Drool, Bill Skurski, Jay Kinney, Peter Bramley, Ralph Reese, Joey Epstien, Ned Sontag, Tom Hactman, and Gail Burwen. San Francisco, CA: Company & Sons. Adult political, social, and drug humor comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
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DTs, Dave Geiser. San Francisco, CA: Yahoo Productions. Sexually explicit comic touching on drug and alcohol use. Its title is short for delirium tremens, a medical condition related to excessive alcohol consumption. 1974. Underground comix.
 
151 
Dutch Treat, multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit comix originating from Holland. 1977. Underground comix.
 
152 
The Dying Dolphin, Jim Evans and Ron Cobb. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Abstract surrealist comic. 1970. Underground comix.
 
153 
Dynamite Damsels, Roberta Gregory. Long Beach, CA: Self-published. Feminist comic containing nudity. 1976. Underground comix.
 
154 
E. Z. Wolf, Ted Richards. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Animal humor comix. Number 1, 1977. Underground comix.
 
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E. Z. Wolf's Astral Outhouse, Ted Richards. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. 1977. Underground comix.
   

The East Village Other, multiple contributors. New York, NY: The East Village Other, Inc. Counterculture newsprint periodical containing comix, articles, columns, and interviews. Underground comix.

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Volume 4, numbers 1-5, 1968; numbers 6-7, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 8-10, 12-13, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 14-17, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 18-20, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 23-26, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 27, 32-35, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 36-40, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 41-45, 1969.
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Volume 4, numbers 46-47, 49-51, 1969.
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Volume 4, number 52, 1969; volume 5, numbers 1-4, 1969.
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Volume 5, numbers 5-7, 1970.
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Volume 5, numbers 9-12, 1970.
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Volume 5, numbers 14-17, 1970.
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Volume 5, numbers 18-21, 1970.
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Volume 5, numbers 22-24, 52, volume 6, number 1, 1970.
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Volume 6, numbers 2-5, 1970.
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Volume 6, numbers 6-9, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 10-13, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 14-17, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 18-22, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 23-26, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 27-28, 30-31, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 32-37, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 38-42, 1971.
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Volume 6, numbers 43-45, 1971; volume 7, number 1-3, 1972.
 
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El Perfecto Comics, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Benefit comic for the Timothy Leary defense fund, established to free Timothy Leary, a representative of the acid culture, from his imprisonment for possession of a controlled substance. Contributors include Robert Crumb and Gilbert Shelton. Contains nudity. 1973. Underground comix.
 
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Energy Comics, Leonard Rifas, Robert Crumb, Greg Irons, Sharon Rudahl, R. Diggs, R. L. Rippee, Moria, and Joyce Farmer. San Francisco, CA: Educomics. An energy crisis educomic from a Green political perspective. 1980. Underground comix.
 
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Enigma!, Hector Tellez, Tom Gasparotti, Larry Todd, and R. T. Reece. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Science fiction comic containing nudity. 1973. Underground comix.
 
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Erotica, Vaughn Bodé. San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp. Full color comix containing nudity that were originally published in The Monthly Cavalier Magazine between April 1970 and June 1971. Volume 1, 1983. Underground comix.
 
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Eternal Tales, John Thompson. Hacienda Heights, CA: Terry Stroud. Sexually explicit, fantastic, and surrealist adventures. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Everything You Wanted to Know About Yoga, Jay Kinney (illustrator) and Dr. David Ruebenkrishna (author). Kinney Leisure Services. Minicomic containing answers to common questions about yoga and its practitioners. 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Exile Into Consciousness, Jaxon. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. "Selected pen drawings, watercolors, and paintings from the period 1962-1969." 1970. Underground comix.
 
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The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, Gilbert Shelton. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Caricatures of hippie culture. Issues 8-10 are full color. Number 1 (German), 1971; number 5, 1977; number 6, 1980; number 7, 1982; number 8, 1984; number 9, 1985; number 10, 1987. Underground comix.
 
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Facts O' Life Funnies, Lora Fountain, Robert Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Michele Brand, Shary Flenniken, Ted Richards, J. A. Smith, and Bobby London. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Sexually explicit sex education comix. 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Fall, unknown. Self-published. Eight page minicomic printed on yellow paper. 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Fandom Confidential, Jim Engel (author). Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Comics. News and interview program in comic form. Number 1, 1982. Underground comix.
 
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Fantagor, Richard Corben, Strnad, Karbonik, Lind, Harry Bliss, George Metzger, Herb Arnold, and Jaxon. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Violent horror comix containing nudity. Number 2, 1972. Underground comix.
 
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The Fantastic World of Arik Khan, Franc Reyes. Toronto ON, Canada: Silver Snail Comics Ltd. Fantasy adventure comix. Number 1, 1977; number 2, 1978. Underground comix.
 
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Far Out West, Even Eve. San Francisco, CA: The Storefront Classroom. New Age adventure comic. 1976. Underground comix.

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Fat Freddy's Comics and Stories, Gilbert Shelton, Paul Mavrides, Hal Robins, Jaxon, Spain Rodriguez, Guy Colwell, S. Clay Wilson, and Ted Richards. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Gilbert Shelton's character of Fat Freddy reinterpreted by other underground artists. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1983; number 2, 1986. Underground comix.
 
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Fear and Laughter, multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Violent and sexually explicit drug themed comix starring counterculture journalist, Hunter S. Thompson. 1977. Underground comix.
 
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Feds N' Heads Comics, Gilbert Shelton. Austin, TX: Self-published. Violent drug themed counterculture comic. 1968. Underground comix.
 
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Feelgood Funnies, Foolbert Sturgeon, Gilbert Shelton, and Frank Stack. Counterculture dramas. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Felch Cumics, Robert Williams, S. Clay Wilson, Spain, Bill Stout, Jim Osborne, Robert Crumb, J. Shenkman, Evert Geradts, Michael McMillan, and Jayzey Lynch. San Francisco, CA: Keith Green. Sexually explicit horror comix. 1975. Underground comix.
 
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Fever Dreams, Richard Corben, John Richardson, and Jan Strnad. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Science fiction stories containing violence and nudity. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.

 
The First Kingdom, Jack and Carolyn Katz. Grass Valley, CA: Bud Plant. Historical fantasy comics containing nudity.
 
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Numbers 8-9, 1978; numbers 10-11, 1979; number 12, 1980; numbers 14-15, 1981.
 
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Number 16, 1982; numbers 18-19, 1983; numbers 20-21, 1984; number 22, 1985; number 23, 1986.
 
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FITS, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: FITS Collective. Sociopolitical commentary comix, articles, poetry, and prose. Sexually explicit. Numbers 1-2, 1971. Underground comix.
 
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Flamed-Out Funnies, Willy Murphy (illustrator), Ted Richards, and Gilbert Shelton (editors). San Francisco, CA: Keith Green. Compendium of Willy Murphy's best strips published in the last seven years of his life. Number 1, 1975. Underground comix.
 
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Fog City Comics, multiple contributors. Vancouver BC, Canada: Stampart. Varied comix from artists including Brent Boates and Rand Holmes. Contains nudity. Number 2, 1978. Underground comix.
 
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Folk Funnies, Paul McKenna. Union City, NJ: New Morning Talent Union. Illustrated folk tales containing nudity. Number 2, 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Food First Comics, Frances Moore Lappe, Leonard Rifas, Steve Leialoha, and Larry Rippee. San Francisco, CA: Institute for Food and Development Policy. Educomic concerning world hunger and health. 1982. Underground comix.
 
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Forbidden Knowledge, George Di Caprio and Von X (editors), multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Sexually explicit tales of alternative history. Number 1, 1975; number 2, 1978. Underground comix.
 
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The Forty Year Old Hippy, Ted Richards. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Comical tales of an aging hippie caricature. Contains nudity. "Catalog," 1978; number 2, 1978. Underground comix.
 
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Four Sketchbooks and a Table of Useful Information, Bill Griffith, Art Spiegelman, Spain, and Justin Green. San Francisco, CA: Don Donahue. Unconnected sketches by four underground artists. Contains nudity. 1973. Underground comix.
 
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Four Star Final, C. Scudder. Self-published. Experimental and abstract black and white comic. 1970. Underground comix.
 
212
Fuktup, Marty Nelson. Head Imports, Inc. Sexually explicit animal humor comix. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Funny Aminals, Robert Crumb, Shary Flenniken, Justin Green, Bill Griffith, Jayzey Lynch, Michael McMillan, and Art Spiegelman. San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties. Sexually explicit and violent animal humor comix. Contains the first installment of Art Spiegelman's "MAUS," a Pulitzer Prize winning narrative of the artist's father's experiences as a Polish Jew during World War II. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
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Funny Book, multiple contributors. Varied violent and sexually explicit comix, many by well known underground artists. Number 1, 1971; San Francisco, CA: The Almighty Publishing Company. Number 2, 1977; San Francisco, CA: Larry Fuller Presents. Underground comix.
 
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The Funny Papers, multiple contributors. Newsprint periodical featuring comix, games, and articles. Contains nudity. Numbers 1-3, 1975. Underground comix.
 
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The Further Fattening Adventures of Pudge, Girl Blimp, Lee Marrs. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco Funnies, Inc. Counterculture commentary and humor comix. Number 1, 1973; number 2, 1975. Underground comix.

 
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Gen of Hiroshima, Leonard Rifas (editor) Keiji Nakazawa (author & illustrator). San Francisco, CA: Educomics. Anti-war comic drawn beginning in the 1960s by a survivor of the Hiroshima bombing. Number 1, 1980; number 2, two copies, 1981.
 
218
Ghost Mother Comics, multiple contributors. Providence, RI: Mad Peck Studios. Sociopolitical commentary comix containing nudity. Number 1, circa 1970. Underground comix.
 
219
Gimme, Stephanie Ciampi, Shari Rifas, Moria Wright, Ray Kott, Phil Collins, Leonard Rifas, David Marks, and Helen Rifas. Head Imports. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
220
Girl Fight Comics, Trina. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Women's empowerment comic containing nudity and violence. 1972. Underground comix.
 
221
Give Me Liberty!, Gilbert Shelton, Ted Richards, Gary Hallgren, and Willy Murphy. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Underground comic history of the American Revolution beginning with the Boston Massacre. 1976. Underground comix.
 
222
GJDRKZLXCBWQ Comics, Basil Wolverton and Glenn Bray. Sylmar, CA: Self-published. Character sketches with humorous captions. 1973. Underground comix.
 
223
Good Girls, Carol Lay. Agoura, CA: Fantagraphics Books. Adventure comic with female main characters. Numbers 1-2, 1987.
 
224
Good Jive Comics, Grass Green, Art Bevacqua, and Sandy Sande. Hollywood, CA: Pooo Bear Productions. Varied sexually explicit comix. Number 1, 1972; number 2, 1973. Underground comix.
 
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Good Taste Funnies, John Caldwell. New York, NY: Screw. Sexually explicit comix and sketches. Number 1, circa 1970s. Underground comix.
 
226
Goodman Beaver, Denis Kitchen (editor), Harvey Kurtzman (author), and Will Elder (illustrator). Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Press. Adventure comic drawn in the early 1960s. Contains nudity. 1984.
 
227 
Gory Stories Quarterly, Kenneth Krueger (editor), multiple contributors. San Diego, CA: Shroud. Varied sexually explicit horror and humor comix from underground artists including Scott Shaw and Robert Crumb. Number 2.5, 1972. Underground comix.
 
228
Gothic Blimp Works, multiple contributors. New York, NY: The East Village Other. Sexually explicit newsprint comic periodical. This issue was edited by Kim Deitch and contains comix by Robert Crumb, Vaughn Bodé, Spain, Trina, Gilbert Shelton, and S. Clay Wilson. Volume 1, number 6, 1969. Underground comix.
 
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Greaser Comics, George Di Caprio, Jim Janes, and R. Jaccoma. Violent and sexually explicit comix about criminal life in the 1950s. Number 1, 1971; New York, NY: Half-Ass Press. Number 2, 1972; San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Underground comix.
 
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Great Diggs of 77', R. Diggs. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Selection of the cartoonist's political comix from 1977 that were originally published in The Rip Off Comix Syndicate, The Berkeley Barb, and the Ag-Biz Tiller. 1977. Underground comix.
 
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Griffith Observatory, Bill Griffith. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Social commentary comix. Number 1, 1979. Underground comix.
 
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Grimwit, Richard Corben. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Sexually explicit fantasy and horror comic. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
 
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Grits, Brad Leff and Richard Tomasic. Los Angeles, CA: California Grimpet Panel Art Works. Poetry comic containing nudity and violence. 1976. Underground comix.
  234 Grunt, Tom Veitch and Greg Irons. GI/TV. Adult horror and adventure comix published to promote album releases on the Grunt Records label. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1972; number 2, 1973. Underground comix.
  235 Guano Comix, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. LSD inspired psychedelic comix containing nudity. Number 4, 1972. Underground comix.
  236 Gyro Comics, Mark Bode. Auburn, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Intergalactic adventure comix. Number 2, 1987; number 3, 1988.
  237 Heart, John Aulenta. Seal Beach, CA: Self-published. 1973. Underground comix.
    Heavy Metal Magazine, multiple contributors. New York, NY: HM Communications, Inc. Science fiction and fantasy comic magazine containing violence and nudity. Alternative comics.
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April-August, 1977.
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September, November-December, 1977; January-February, 1978.
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March-July, 1978.
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August-November, 1978.
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December, 1978; January-April, 1979.
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May-September, 1979.
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October-December, 1979; January-February, 1980.
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March, 1980; November-December, 1981; January-February, 1982.
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March-July, 1982.
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August-December, 1982.
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January-May, 1983.
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June-October, 1983.
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November-December, 1983; January, March-April, 1984.
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May-August, 1984.
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September-December, 1984. January, 1985.
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February-March, May, September, November, 1985.
  254
Summer-Fall, 1986; Winter-Spring, 1987.
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Summer, 1987.
  256 Heehee, Larry Rippee, Lowell Moulton, Larry Hunter, Hector Telly, Al Davoren, Tom Veitch, Rick Veitch, Leonard Rifas, Rich Sloane, Casey, and Roger Boyce. San Francisco, CA: Company & Sons. Surrealism, adventure, humor, and fantasy comix. Contains nudity. 1970. Underground comix.
  257 High Adventure, multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Fantasy comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1973.
  258 High Flyin' Funnies Comix & Stories, Bill Crawford. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Animal humor comix. 1970. Underground comix.
  259 Hit the Road, Pat Ryan and Russ Rosander. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Hitchhiking stories and advice. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  260 Home Grown Funnies, Robert Crumb. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit humor. 1971. Underground comix.
  261 Honky Tonk, Dave Geiser, Wink, and Diana. San Francisco, CA: Company & Sons. Horror, politics, and drug humor comix. Number 2, 1970. Underground comix.
  262 Hooha Comics and Stories, John Leasure and Tim Fuller. Portsmouth, OH: Brouhaha Studio. Number 2, 1979.
  263 Hot Stuf', multiple contributors. Brooklyn, NY: Sal Quartuccio. Science fiction and fantasy comics containing nudity. Numbers 4-6, 1977; numbers 7-8, 1978.
  264 Hungry Chuck Biscuits Comics and Stories, Dan Clyne, Skip Williamson, Denis Kitchen, Don Glassford, Mitchell, and Dave Dozier. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Varied adult humor. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  265 Hup, Robert Crumb. San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Sexually explicit humor. Number 2, 1987. Underground comix.
  266 Hydrogen Bomb Funnies, Gilbert Shelton. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Violent and sexually explicit political commentary comix. Number 1, 1970. Underground comix.
21 267 Hyper Comics, Steve Stiles. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Social commentary comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1979. Underground comix.
  268 Illuminations, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit and abstract New Age, horror, and surrealist illustrations by artists including Rory Hayes, Bill Griffith, Kim Deitch, S. Clay Wilson, and Justin Green. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  269 The Image of the Beast, Philip Jose Farmer (author) and Grisly (illustrator). Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Violent and sexually explicit horror comic. 1973. Underground comix.
  270 Imagine, multiple contributors. Hayward, CA: Star Reach Productions. Science fiction and fantasy comics by artists including Dave Sim, Steve Ditko, Lee Marrs, Trina Robbins, and Michael Gilbert. Numbers 1-4, 1978; numbers 5-6, 1979.
  271 The Incredible Rocky, Joel Andreas. Berkeley, CA: The North American Congress on Latin America. Educomic about corporate greed and the Rockefeller brothers. 1973. Underground comix.
  272 Inner City Romance, Guy Collwell. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Sexually explicit comix concerning race, gender, and crime. Numbers 1-2, 1972; number 4, 1977; number 5, 1978. Underground comix.
  273 Insect Fear, S. Clay Wilson, Rory Hayes, Roger Brand, Jim Osborne, Charles Dallas, Justin Green, Spain, Kim Deitch, Larry Todd, and Jaxon. San Francisco, CA: The Print Mint. Violent and sexually explicit insect themed horror comix. Number 2, 1971; number 3, 1972. Underground comix.
  274 Itchy Planet, Leonard Rifas (editor), multiple contributors. Westlake Village, CA: Fantagraphics Books. Hyper-political comix. Number 3, 1988. Underground comix, nuclear comics.
  275 It's A Dog's Life, Larry Todd. San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp. Social commentary and humor comic containing nudity. 1982. Underground comix.
  276 It's Only Rock and Roll, J. J. Pentagno. London, UK: Self-published. Grotesque caricatures of 1970s rock stars. Sexually explicit. 1975.
  277 Jam, Roberta Gregory and Phil Yeh. Los Alamitos, CA: Fragments West. Promotional comic for the artists' band of the same name. Number 1, 1977. Underground comix.
  278 Jehovah's Kingdom, Jay Kinney, Kim Deitch, BC, and Ripp. Black and white minicomic concerning religion. Volume 43, number 12, 1972. Underground comix.
  279 Jesus Comics, Foolbert Sturgeon and Will Hatcher. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Humor comix starring Jesus Christ and containing nudity and violence. Number 1, 1969; number 2, 1970; number 3, 1972. Underground comix.
  280 Jiz, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties. Sexually explicit comix by artists including Robert Crumb, S. Clay Wilson, and Rory Hayes. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
  281 Joel Beck's Comics and Stories, Joel Beck. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1977. Underground comix.
  282 Judy Tunafish, George Hansen. Chicago, IL: The Adam's Apple Distributing Company. Sexually explicit humor. 1973. Underground comix.
  283 Junk Comix. Do City Productions. Educomic concerning heroin addiction. 1971. Underground comix.
  284 Junkwaffel, Vaughn Bodé. Sexually explicit comic series that continued after the artist's death in 1975. Number 1, 1971; numbers 2-3, 1972; Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Number 5, 1983; San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp.
  285 Kids' Liberation Coloring Book, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Underground coloring book for kids by artists including Trina, Kim Deitch, Bill Griffith, and Larry Welz. Contains nudity. 1971. Underground comix.
  286 King Bee, Robert Crumb and S. Clay Wilson. San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties. Newsprint periodical featuring sexually explicit comix and stories. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
  287 King Bee (advertisement), Robert Crumb and S. Clay Wilson. San Francisco, CA: Don Donahue. Underground comix.
  288 Knockabout Comics, multiple contributors. London, UK: Knockabout Comix. Sexually explicit comix by British and American artists. Numbers 2-3, 1981; number 4, 1982; number 5, 1983. Underground comix.
22 289 Koan Comics, Charles Boldrick. R. Veazey Randall. Sexually explicit black and white comic. 1969. Underground comix.
  290 Kurtzman Komix, Harvey Kurtzman. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Mid-1940s comix with an introduction by Robert Crumb. 1976.
  291 (Kyklops) Comics , John Thompson. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. New Age comic containing nudity. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
  292 L.A. Comics, multiple contributors. Los Angeles, CA: The Los Angeles Comic Book Company. Violent and sexually explicit comix drawn by L.A. natives. Number 1, 1971; number 2, 1974. Underground comix.
  293 Lake County Comix, Bill Leach. Kelseyville, CA: Country Comix Group. Adventure comics interspersed with local advertising. 1982.
  294 The Legend of Tauran, Egidio V. Dal Chele. San Jose, CA: Vallejo Publishing Company. Adventure comics containing nudity. Volume 1, number 1, 1976.
  295 Lemme Outa Here!, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Comix about growing up in America in the 1940s through 1960s; contributors include Robert Crumb, Kim Deitch, Justin Green, Bill Griffith, and Aline Kominsky. 1978. Underground comix.
  296 Like Nobody's Bizness Funnies, George Hansen. Chicago, IL: The Adam's Apple Distributing Company. Drug inspired psychedelic anthropomorphism comix. 1972. Underground comix.
  297 The Mad Peck Catalogue of Good Stuff, The Mad Peck. Providence, RI: Mad Peck Studios. Adult comix and humorous advertisements. Number 4, 1970. Underground comix.
  298 Magic Carpet, Alfred Alcala, Manuel Auad, Bill Blackbeard, and Jim Pinkoski. Grass Valley, CA: Comics & Comix Company. Fantasy adventure comics containing nudity. Number 1, 1977; number 2, 1978.
  299 Mah Fellow Americans, Ron Cobb. Los Angeles, CA: Sawyer Press. Controversial editorial cartoons from the Underground Press Syndicate. 1968.
  300 MAMA! Dramas, multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Educomics. Educomic addressing the problems of young mothers. Contains nudity. 1978. Underground comix.
  301 The Man, Vaughn Bodé. San Francisco, CA: The Print Mint. Caveman drama originally published by the Office of Student Publications, Syracuse University, 1966. 1972. Underground comix.
  302 Man From Utopia, Rick Griffin. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Comic Book Company. Intricate psychedelic illustrations. 1970. Underground comix.
  303 Man From Utopia (advertisement), Rick Griffin. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Comic Book Company. One page ad originally distributed to comic book vendors. 1970. Underground comix.
  304 Manhunt, multiple contributors. Sexually explicit comix by artists including Ted Richards, Michele Brand, Gary Hallgren, Aline Kominsky, and Bobby London. Number 1, 1973; Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Number 2, 1974; San Francisco, CA: The Co-Op Press. Underground comix.
  305 Mean Bitch Thrills, Algernon Backwash (author) and Spain (illustrator). San Francisco, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit action comix. 1971. Underground comix.
  306 Meef Comix, Fred Schrier and Dave Sheridan. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Metaphysical psychedelic comic using pointillism and containing nudity. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
  307 Melody, Sylvie Rancourt and Jacques Boivin (translator). Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Press, Inc. Sexually explicit autobiographical comics by a former nude dancer from Quebec. Numbers 1-2, 1988; numbers 3-4, 1989; number 7, 1992. Alternative comics.
  308 Mendocino County Comix, Bill Leach, Scot Steele, Tim Estrada, and Lennie Anderson. Kelseyville, CA: County Comix Group. Comix interspersed with regional advertisements. 1982.
  309 Merton of the Movement, Bobby London, Ted Richards, Gary Hallgren, and Shary Flenniken. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Comic critique of the counterculture containing nudity. 1972. Underground comix.
  310 The Miami Mice Comic, Mark Bodé. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Miami Vice take-off animal action comic. Number 1, 1985; number 2, 1986.
  311 Mickey Rat, Robert Armstrong. Sexually explicit. Number 1, 1972; Los Angeles, CA: The Los Angeles Comic Book Company. Number 2, 1972; Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Number 3, 1980; number 4, 1982; Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp, Inc. Underground comix.
  312 Mighty High Comix, Grant Belotti, Kim Mauk, Jack Lewis, Chas Balun, and Mike Gabriel. Varied comix containing nudity. Huntington Beach, CA: Duck Studios. Number 3, 1975. Underground comix.
  313 Mini-Lust Comics, Mary. Comic Collector Shop. Eight page black and white minicomic. Two copies, 1972. Underground comix.
23 314 (Moskovsky), Scott and Taki. Self-published. Newsprint black and white comic with unusually depicted Disney characters on its covers. 1974. Underground comics.
  315 Mod, Terry Beatty, Rodney Schroeter, Bill Griffith, Kochell, Gary Kato, and Burden. Horror and social commentary. Number 1, 1981. Underground comix.
  316 Modern Medical Romances, Leslie. Curtsy Publishers. Sexually explicit black and white minicomic. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  317 Mom's Homemade Comics, Denis Kitchen (editor), multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1969; number 2, 1971. Underground comix.
  318 Mondo Snarfo, multiple contributors. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit surrealist comix by artists including Bill Griffith, Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb, Kim Deitch, Joel Beck, and Peter Poplaski. 1978. Underground comix.
  319 Monolith, Larry Welz, Larry Sutherland, and Larry Todd. Berkeley CA: Last Gasp. Adventure comix containing nudity. 1972. Underground comix.
  320 Moonchild Comics, Nicola Cuti. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Comic Book Company. Black and white intergallactic adventure comic containing nudity. Number 2, 1969. Underground comix.
  321 Moondog, George Metzger. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Science fiction and fantasy comix. Number 2, 1971; number 3, 1973; number 4, 1979. Underground comix.
  322 Mother's Oats Comix, Dave Sheridan and Fred Schrier. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Psychedelic, metaphysical, and politically oriented drug culture comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1969; number 2, 1970; number 3, 1976. Underground comix.
  323 Motor City Comics, Robert Crumb. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Sexually explicit stories. Number 2, 1970. Underground comix.
  324 Mr. Natural, Robert Crumb. Sexually explicit humor comix. Number 1, 1970; San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties. Number 2, 1971; San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Number 3, 1977; Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Underground comix.
  325 MU: The Land That Never Was, George Metzger. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Fantasy adventure comic containing nudity. 1978.
  326 Murder. Self-published. Black and white eight page minicomic using collage alongside art that appears to have been drawn by S. Clay Wilson. Violent and sexually explicit. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  327 Mutants of the Metropolis, P. Serniuk. Los Angeles, CA: The Los Angeles Comic Book Company. Science fiction comic set in the Atomic Age. 1972. Underground comix.
  328 My Big Banana, Pace. Wagtail comix. Poetry accompanied by psychedelic, surrealist, and sexually explicit illustrations. 1969. Underground comix.
  329 Myron Moose Funnies, Bob Foster. Los Angeles, CA: Myron Moose Comic Book Works. Humor comic featuring parodies of classic characters. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  330 Nard n' Pat, Jayzey Lynch. San Francisco, CA: The Cartoonists' Co-op Press. Humor comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1974; number 2, 1981. Underground comix.
  331 National Lampoon, multiple contributors. New York, NY: National Lampoon, Inc. Humor magazine containing articles, photos, and comics. April, 1970.
  332 Neat Stuff, Peter Bagge. Agoura Hills, CA: Fantagraphics Books. Satirical social humor comix. Number 4, 1986. Alternative comics.
  333 Net Profit, Michael J. Becker and Shelby Sampson. Bolinas, CA: Ecomix. Dolphin awareness comic. 1974.
  334 New Beginning, Terry Kalkanian (author) and Bruce White (illustrator). Villa Park, IL: Unicorn Comix. Violent action comics. Number 1, signed and numbered, 1988; number 2, 1989. Nuclear comics.
  335 The New Funny Book, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: Larry Fuller Presents. Adult comix encompassing multiple genres. Contains nudity and violence. Number 3, 1978. Underground comix.
  336 The New Gravity, Kent Robertson, Gary Arlington, Kalman Ben Abraham, and Don Donahue. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Illustrated physics and metaphysics comix. Number 1, 1969; number 2, 1970. Underground comix.
  337 The New Gravity (advertisement), Kalman Ben Abraham and Gary Arlington. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Oversized single page ad for issue number 2 of The New Gravity. Two copies, 1970. Underground comix.
    The New Humans, multiple contributors. Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics, Inc. Science fiction adventure comics. Nuclear comics.
24 338
Number 1, 1987; numbers 2-9, 1988.
  339
Number 10, 1988; numbers 11-15, 1989; number 1, "Annual," 1989.
  340 The New Nickel Library, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: Eric Fromm. Single page comix from many genres. Numbers 1-27, number 30. Underground comix.
  341 New Paltz Comix, multiple contributors. New York, NY: Moods Publishing Empire. Varied comix containing violence and nudity. Number 2, 1974; number 3, 1977. Underground comix.
  342 Nightmare Living Room, S. Clay Wilson. Single page black and white horror comic containing nudity. Two copies, circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  343 No Ducks, Tim Boxell (editor), multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Humorous animal comix by underground artists including Tim Boxell, Richard Larson, George Metzger, and Hunt Emerson. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1977; number 2, 1979. Underground comix.
  344 Noof Unnies, Kenneth P. Greene. Self-published. Counterculture humor comix. 1970. Underground comix.
  345 O. K. Comics, Bruce Walthers. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Social commentary humor comix. Number 2, 1972. Underground comix.
  346 Occult Laff Parade, Jay Kinney, Kim Deitch, Ned Sonntag, Justin Green, Larry Todd, Rory Hayes, and Rick Griffin. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Comix satirizing occultism. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix.
  347 Ogoth And Ugly Boot, Chris Rowley, Mick Farren (authors), and Chris Welch (illustrator). London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates Ltd. Post-apocalyptic action comic containing nudity. 1973. Underground comix.
  348 Omaha The Cat Dancer, Reed Waller and Kate Worley. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Press, Inc. Sexually explicit animal dramas. Number 3, 1986; numbers 4-6, 1987; number 11, 1988. Alternative comics.
  349 The One, Rick Veitch. Windsor ON, Canada: Preney Print and Litho Inc. 216 page superhero comic containing violence and nudity. 1989. Nuclear comics.
25 350 Orbit, multiple contributors. Forestville, CA: Eclipse Books. Full color science fiction comics adapted from stories found in Isaac Asimov's "Science Fiction Magazine." 1990. Nuclear comics.
  351 The Original Dick Tracy, Chester Gould. Prescott, AZ: Gladstone Publishing, Ltd. Full color reprints of early Dick Tracy comics. Number 2, 1990.
  352 Outside A Sleepy Village, Sharon Rudahl. United Cartoon Workers. Eight page blue and red minicomic containing nudity. Underground comix.
  353 The Pagfeek Papers, Mark Morrison. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Drama and humor comic. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix
  354 Pandora’s Box Comics, Joyce Sutton and Chin Lively. Laguna Beach, CA: Nanny Goat Productions. Sexually explicit feminist dramas. 1973. Underground comix.
  355 Panorama Of Hell, Hideshi Hino. New York, NY: Blast Books. Bloody Japanese Manga comic influenced in part by the aftermath of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 1989.
  356

Paperbag, multiple contributors. Los Angeles, CA: MPS Corporation. Photos, articles, and illustrations reprinted from the counterculture free press. Volume 1, number 1, 1968.

  357 Paradise: An Interplanetary Adventure, John Aulenta. Seal Beach, CA: Self-published. Alien themed humor adventure comics. 1975.
  358 Paranoia, Patricia Moodian, Charles Dallas, Larry Todd, Damon Knight, and Michael Smith. San Francisco: The Company & Sons. Violent and sexually explicit horror comix. 1972. Underground comix.
  359 Parsifal, Craig Russell and Patrick C. Mason. Hayward, CA: Star Reach Productions. Full color fantasy comic. 1977.
  360 Party Comics, Barry Siegel and Bruce Simon. Berkeley, CA: Self-published. Sexually explicit drama comic. 1980.
  361 People Are Phony, Barry Siegel and Bruce Simon. Berkeley, CA: Self-published. Humor dramas containing nudity. 1976.
  362 The People’s Comics, Robert Crumb. San Francisco, CA: The Golden Gate Publishing Company. Sexually explicit humor comix. 1972. Underground comix.
  363 The Perverted Primer, Mr. Self-published. Sexually explicit eight page minicomic. Two copies, 1972. Underground comix.
  364 Phoebe & the Pigeon People, Jay Lynch and Gary Whitney. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Social satire comics. Number 1, 1979; number 2, 1980; number 3, 1981.
  365 Picture Stories From The Bible, Ripp. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Eight page religious satire minicomic. 1972. Underground comix.
  366 A Plain Talk with Puerto Ricans, Leslie. Washington, D.C.: Domestic Relations Committee. Humor minicomic concerning racial inequality. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  367 Planet Comics, Bruce Jones (author), Ken Hooper (illustrator). El Cajon, CA: Blackthorne Publishing, Inc. Full color science fiction adventure comix. Numbers 1-3, 1988. Nuclear comics.
    Planet Of The Apes, Charles Marshall (author). Westlake, CA: Adventure Comics. Science fiction adventure comics. Nuclear comics.
  368
Numbers 1-2, numbers 4-8, 1990; number 9, 1991.
26 369
Numbers 10-19, 1991.
  370
Number 1, "Annual," 1991.
  371 Planet Of The Apes: Blood Of The Apes, Roland Mann (author), Darren Goodhart, and Bruce McCorkindale (illustrators). Westlake, CA: Adventure Comics. The first in a four-part science fiction adventure miniseries. Number 1, 1991. Nuclear comics.
  372 Plunge into the Depths of Despair, Robert Crumb. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sadistic social satire comix containing nudity. 1969. Underground comix.
  373 Pork, S. Clay Wilson. San Francisco, CA: Co-op press. Violent and sexually explicit horror comix. 1974. Underground comix.
  374 Power Comics, multiple contributors. Lansing, MI: Power Comics Company. Superhero and fantasy comics. Numbers 2-3, 1977.
  375 Pricella Pumps and Star Buckwheat, Barba Kutzner. Milwaukee, WI: Common Woman Press, Dissemination Studios. Social commentary comics. 1976.
  376 The Profit, Joel Beck. Berkeley, CA: Go Broke Press. Sociopolitical commentary comic credited as being one of the first underground comix. 1966. Underground comix.
  377 Projunior, multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Violent and sexually explicit humor, horror, and social commentary comix, all starring Don Dohler’s character, Projunior. Contributors include Robert Crumb, S. Clay Wilson, Jayzey Lynch, Trina, Justin Green, Denis Kitchen, Peter Poplaski, and Art Spiegelman. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  378 Promethean, multiple contributors. San Jose, CA: Promethean Enterprises. Large format comics of previously unpublished sketches. Contributors include Rick Griffin, Robert Crumb, George Metzger, John Thompson, Nand Al Williamson. Contains violence and nudity. Number 1, 1969; number 4, 1971; number 5, 1974. Underground comix.
  379 Prometheus Bound Over, David Anderson and Nancy Senauke. Self-published. Eight page mythic action minicomic. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  380 Pseudo Pstrips, Art Vient and Sean Slagstrom. Redlands, CA: Crystal Egg Productions. Violent and sexually explicit counterculture comix. 1972. Underground comix.
  381 Psychotic Adventures Illustrated, Charles Dallas. San Francisco, CA: The Company & Sons. Violent and sexually explicit horror comix. Number 1, 1972; number 2, 1973; number 3, 1974. Underground comix.
  382 The Punisher: The End, Garth Ennis (author) and Richard Corben (illustrator). New York, NY: Marvel Comics. Post-apocalyptic action comic. Number 1, 2004. Nuclear comics.
  383 Pure Joy Comix, Rich Chidlaw, George Di Caprio, and Jim Himes. Hollywood, CA: Icelandic Codpiece Comic Studio, Pooo Bear Productions. Sexually explicit humor comix. 1975. Underground comix.
  384 Purple Cat, multiple contributors. Chicago, IL: Adam’s Apple Distributing Company, Bijou Publishing Empire. Sexually explicit humor comix with contributions by artists including Jayzey Lynch, Skip Williamson, and George Hansen. 1973. Underground comix.
  385 Quack, multiple contributors. Hayward, CA: Star Reach Productions. Humor and adventure animal comics. Number 1, 1976; numbers 2-6, 1977.
27 386 Quagmire Comics, Peter Poplaski and Dale Kuipers. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Productions. Experimental fantasy comix. 1970. Underground comix.
  387 Quoz Qomix, Leonard Rifas. Berkeley, CA: Quoz. Experimental animal comix. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
  388 R. Crumb’s Comics and Stories, Robert Crumb. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Reprint of a 1964 Fritz the Cat comic. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
  389 Radical America, Nick Thorkelson and James O'Brian. Cambridge, MA: Self-published. An illustrated alternative history of America. Volume 7, number 3, 1973. Underground comix.
  390 Radical America Komics, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Comix espousing radical thinking and containing violence and nudity. Contributors include Gilbert Shelton, Jaxon, S. Clay Wilson, Rory Hayes, and Rick Griffin. Volume 3, number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
  391 RAW, Art Spiegelman (editor), multiple contributors. New York, NY: The Penguin Group. 190 pages of violent, sexually explicit, and experimental comix. Volume 2, number 2, 1990. Alternative comics.
  392 Readers Digest X, multiple contributors. Pullman, WA: Self-published. Counterculture comix drawn by Pullman area artists. Circa 1970. Underground comix.
  393 Real Pulp Comix, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Violent and sexually explicit counterculture comix by artists including Bill Griffith, Art Spiegelman, Justin Green, Kim Deitch, Joel Beck, and S. Clay Wilson. Number 1, 1971; number 2, 1973. Underground comix.
  394 Recuerden El Alamo, Jaxon. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp, Inc. “The true story of Juan N. Seguin and his fight for Texas independence.” 1979. Underground comix.
  395 Red Raider, Jaxon. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp, Inc. “Young Quanah Parker and the Texas Comanches during the turbulent civil war years.” Contains violence and nudity. 1977. Underground comix.
  396 Reefer Madness, Smad. Self-published. Eight page minicomic concerning the dangers of marijuana. 1972. Underground comix.
  397 Reid Fleming, the World’s Toughest Milkman, David E. Boswell. Vancouver BC, Canada: Self-published. Action and drama comic. 1980.
  398 Ric Sloan Comics, Ric Sloane. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
    Rip Off Comix, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Humor comix by artists including Gilbert Shelton, Bill Griffith, Ted Richards, Joel Beck, Foolbert Sturgeon, Spain, Trina, and Dave Sheridan. Sexually explicit. Underground comix.
  399
Numbers 1-2, 1977; numbers 3-4, 1978; number 5, 1979; numbers 6-7, 1980; number 8, 1981.
  400
Number 9, 1981; numbers 10-11, 1982; number 12, 1983; numbers 15-16, 1987; numbers 17-18, 1988.
  401
Numbers 20-21, 1988; numbers 24-25, 1989; number 26, 1990.
28 402 Rip Off Press (catalog). San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  403 The Rip Off Review, San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Counterculture periodical containing comix and feature articles. Sexually explicit. Volume 1, numbers 1-2, 1972, Underground comix
  404 Rock n' Roll Madness, Chris Welch. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates Ltd. Violent rock and roll satire comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1973; number 2, 1974. Underground Comix.
  405 Rowlf, Richard Corben. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Fantasy adventure comic containing nudity. 1971. Underground comix.
  406 Roxy Funnies, Rory Hayes, Jayzey Lynch, Kim Deitch, Jay Kinney, Art Spiegelman, Sam Cornell, Jim Siergey, Don Dohler, and Lou Pearson. Chicago, IL: Bijou Publishing Empire, Inc. Humor comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
  407 Rubber Duck Tales, Michael J. and Robbie Lawso. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit comix concerning politics, race, and drugs. Number 1, 1971; number 2, 1972. Underground comix.
  408 Sally Starr, Trina. Self-published. 12 page black and white mystery comic. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  409 Saloon, Dave Geiser. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit modern drama. 1973. Underground comix.
  410 San Francisco Comic Book, multiple contributors. Compendium of often violent and sexually explicit comix by artists including Robert Crumb, Rory Hayes, Jaxon, Jim Osborne, Dave Sheridan, S. Clay Wilson, Spain, Trina, Kim Deitch, and Larry Welz. Number 1-2, 1970; San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Number 3, 1970; number 4, 1973; Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Number 6, 1981; number 7, 1983; Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Underground comix.
  411 The San Francisco Oracle, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: Publisher unknown. New Age newsprint periodical containing poetry, prose, articles, and illustrations. Volume 1, numbers 9-10, 1967; number 12, 1968.
  412 Savage Henry, Matt Howarth. Toronto ON, Canada: Vortex Comics, Inc. Humor and medieval fantasy. Number 8, 1988. Nuclear comics.
  413 Savage Humor, Dwight Decker, Barking Dog, John Pound, Mike Royer, Scott Shaw, and Steve Sherman. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Humor comix containing nudity. 1973. Underground comix.
  414 Scarlett Pilgrim, Trina Robbins. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Drama and adventure comic containing nudity. 1977. Underground comix.
  415 Schizophrenia, Vaughn Bodé. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. New Age philosophical comic featuring the character of Cheech Wizard and containing nudity. 1973. Underground comix.
  416 Scorn, multiple contributors. Counterculture newsprint periodical for Washington State University students containing poetry, prose, articles, reviews, and illustrations. Five unnumbered issues, circa 1970.
  417 Scout, Timothy Truman (author), Rick Veitch, Stephen Bissette, and Sam Parsons (illustrators). Guerneville, CA: Eclipse Comics. Violent action adventure comics printed in full color. Numbers 15-21, 1987. Nuclear comics.
29 418 Serious Comics, William Rankin. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates Ltd. Sexually explicit social commentary and humor comic. Number 1, 1975. Underground comics.
  419 Sex and Affection, Jim Himes. Long Beach, CA: C. P. Family Publishers. Sexually explicit educomic for children. Signed by the author, 1974. Underground comix.
  420 The Shadow, Howard Chaykin. New York, NY: DC Comics Inc. Full color action miniseries entitled "Blood and Judgment." 1987.
  421 The Shadow Strikes, Gerard Jones (author) and David Cody Weiss (illustrator). New York, NY: DC Comics Inc. Full color adventure comic. Number 1, 1989.
  422 Shadowland, Kim Deitch. Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, Inc. Violent drama set in the early 20th century. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1989. Underground comix.
  423 Shattered Earth, multiple contributors. Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics. Violent science fiction stories. Numbers 1-2, 1988; numbers 3-9; 1989. Nuclear comics.
  424 Short Order, multiple contributors. Violent and sexually explicit humor comix by artists including Art Spiegelman, Jay Kinney, Rory Hayes, Bill Griffith, and Willy Murphy. Number 1, 1973; Aspen, CO: Head Press. Number 2, 1974; Saugerties, NY: Family Fun. Underground comix.
  425 Show + Tell, Justin Green. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Humor comix containing nudity. 1973. Underground comix.
  426 Sin City, multiple contributors. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates Ltd. Varied comix by British artists. Sexually explicit. 1973. Underground comix.
  427 Sin City U.S.A., T. Mancusi. Gollinkambi Productions. Violent eight page black and white minicomic containing nudity. 1972. Underground comix.
  428 Skull, multiple contributors. Violent and sexually explicit horror comix by artists including Spain, Greg Irons, Jaxon, and Kim Deitch. Number 1, 1970; San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Number 2, 1970; number 3, 1971; numbers 4-6, 1972; Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Underground comix.
  429 The Skull Killer, Brendan Faulkner, Gary Terry, and Seth Deitch. White Plains, NY: Pulp Mania Inc. Violent noir adventure comic containing nudity. Number 1, 1975. Underground comix.
  430 Sleazy Scandals of the Silver Screen, Kim Deitch. San Francisco, CA: Cartoonists' Co-Op Press. Sexually explicit tales from the lives of former Hollywood stars. Number 1, 1974. Underground comix.
  431 Slow Death, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Violent and sexually explicit horror, science fiction, fantasy, and humor comix. Contributors include Dave Sheridan, Rory Hayes, Richard Corben, Greg Irons, Gilbert Shelton, and Robert Crumb. Numbers 1-2, 1970; number 3, 1971; number 4, 1972; number 5, 1973; number 6, 1974; number 7, 1975; number 8, 1977; number 9, 1978; number 10, 1979. Underground comix.
  432 Smile, Jim Mitchell. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Social commentary comix containing nudity. Numbers 1-2, 1970; number 3, 1972. Underground comix.
30 433 Snapper, Gregg Miller. San Francisco, CA: Artists At Large. Sexually explicit psychedelia and surrealism comix. Number 1, 1973; number 2, 1975. Underground comix.
  434 Snappy Sammy Smoot, Skip Williamson. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Short social commentary comix authored between 1968 and 1979. Contains nudity. 1979. Underground comix.
  435 Snarf, Denis Kitchen (editor), multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Varied violent and sexually explicit comix by artists including Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb, Grass Green, Jayzey Lynch, Harvey Kurtzman, and Tim Boxell. Numbers 1-3, 1972; number 4, 1974; number 5, 1975; number 6, 1976; number 7, 1977; number 9, 1981. Underground comix.
  436 Snoid, Robert Crumb. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit humor. 1980. Underground comix.
  437 The Soft-Core Pornographic Coloring Book, Joel Beck. Point Richmond, CA: Apple Mark Publishing Company. Sexually explicit and surrealist coloring book. 1971. Underground comix.
  438 Softcore, Rob Landeros, Michael J., and Shelby. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit humor. 1973. Underground comix.
  439 Sonoma County Comix, Barry Cunningham (editor), Bill Leach, Scot Steele, and Tim Estrada (illustrators). Kelseyville, CA: County Comix Group. Varied comics interspersed with regional advertisements. 1982.
  440 Soul Tales. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Comic Book Company. Black and white sexually explicit fantasy minicomic. 1972. Underground comix.
  441 Space Cadet, Bill Spangler (author), Fred Perry, and Terry Palot (illustrators). Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics. Science fiction adventure comics. Numbers 1-2, 1990.
  442 Space Dog, Warren Greenwood. Hollywood, CA: The Greenwood Organization. Intergalactic action comic containing nudity. Number 1, 1978. Underground comix.
  443 Spaced, Jim Pinkoski. Berkeley, CA: Comics and Comix. Sexually explicit science fiction and fantasy comix. Number 1, 1974; number 2, 1975. Underground comix.
  444 Spaced Out, Ron Roach, Thomas Byrd, Jim Pinkoski, and Ed Verreaux. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Science fiction, fantasy, myth, and violent humor. Contains nudity. 1972. Underground comix.
  445 Spare, Justin Green. San Francisco, CA: Self-published. Eight page minicomic containing nudity. 1972. Underground comix.
  446 Spasm!, Jeff Jones. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Fantasy and horror comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix.
    Sphinx, Susan Morris and John Thompson. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Elaborate New Age surrealism and fantasy comix containing nudity. Underground comix.
  447
Volume 1, number 2, 1972.
  448
Volume 3, number 1, two copies, 1973.
  449 Spicy Tales, multiple contributors. Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics. Reprints of 1930s through 1950s comics, each issue on a theme. Numbers 2-3, 1988; number 4, 1989. Nuclear comics.
  450 Spiffy Stories, Ronald Lipking, Joel Beck, and J. Osborne. Varied sexually explicit humor comix. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. 1969. Underground comix.
  451 The Spirit, Will Eisner. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Press. Full color murder mystery comic from a series that began in the 1940s. Number 2, 1983. Nuclear comics.
    Star Reach, multiple contributors. Hayward, CA: Star Reach Productions. Adventure comics, predominantly science fiction and fantasy. Contains nudity.
  452
Number 1, 1974; numbers 2-3, 1975; numbers 4-6, 1976.
31 453
Numbers 7-11, 1977; number 12, 1978.
  454
Numbers 13-15, 1978; numbers 16-18, 1979.
  455 Star Weevils, Michael Leonard. San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press. Star Wars animal parody. 1978.
  456 Stoned Out Funnies, Skip Williamson, Tom James, and Scott Becker. Chicago, IL: The Adam's Apple Distributing Company. Sexually explicit drug humor. Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
  457 Stoned Picture Parade, Robert Crumb, Rory Hayes, Becky Wilson, Spain, Edna Jundis, Will Eisner, Rick Griffin, and S. Clay Wilson. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Comic Book Company. Twelve page sexually explicit minicomic. Number 1, 1975. Underground comix.
  458 Strange Adventures. Sparta, IL: National Periodical Publications Inc. Full color children's science fiction adventures. Number 144, 1962; number 217, 1969; number 242, 1973. Nuclear comics.
  459 Stranger in a Strange Land, Bruce Bolinger. Auburn, CA: Rip Off Press. Social commentary comic containing nudity. Number 1, 1989. Underground comix.
  460 Streetquomix, multiple contributors. Birmingham, UK: The Arts Lab Press. Counterculture comix and articles. Number 3, 1977. Underground comix.
  461 Strontium Dog, Alan Grant (author) and C. Ezquerra (illustrator). Tom's River, NJ: S. Q. P. Inc. Full color science fiction action comic. Number 18, 1988. Nuclear comics.
  462 Suburban Nightmares, Larry Hancock (author), Michael Cherkas, John Van Bruggen (illustrators). Long Beach, CA: Renegade Press. Comic tales of Atomic Age suburban paranoia. Number 4, 1988.
  463 Subvert, Spain. Violent and sexually explicit urban action comix starring the biker antihero, "Trashman." Number 1, 1970; number 2, 1972; San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press. Number 3, 1976; San Francisco, CA: Saving Grace. Underground comix.
  464 The Sunday Paper, multiple contributors. San Francisco Bay Area newsprint periodical with color comix on its covers and counterculture articles inside. Sexually explicit. Volume 1, numbers 1-7, 1972. Underground comix.
  466 Superbitch, Al Davoren, Ira Harmon, John Arthur Williams, Will Meugniot, and Bob Sidebottom. San Jose, CA: California Comics. Sexually explicit superhero action comic. Number 1, 1977. Underground comix.
  465 Superjesus, Carl Spann, Dexter Kelly, and Mike Gill. San Francisco, CA: Atlantis Pictures. Photo-based religious satire. Volume 1, Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
  467 Superman, Paul Kupperberg, Ed Hannigan (authors), Curt Swan, and Al Williamson (illustrators). New York, NY: DC Comics Inc. In this issue, Superman stops mutual nuclear destruction of the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Number 408, 1985. Nuclear comics.
  468 Superman IV Movie Special, Bob Rozakis, Curt Swan, Don Heck, Frank McLaughlin, Al Vey, John Beatty, and Dick Giordano (illustrators). New York, NY: DC Comics Inc. Comic adaptation of the movie, "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace." 1987. Nuclear comics.
  469 Superman: The Man Of Steel, Louise Simonson, Curt Swan, and Jon Bogdanove. New York, NY: DC Comics Inc. Number 5, 1991. Nuclear comics.
32 470 Surprise, multiple contributors. Paris, France: Presses de la Bûcherie. Varied violent and sexually explicit comics in French by both European and American artists. Number 1-3, 1976. Underground comix.
  471 The Survivalist Chronicles, Ronald F. Ladwell, Tom Lewis, and R. Ledwell. Weymouth, MA: Survival Art Press. Post-apocalyptic survival drama. Numbers 1-2, 1981. Nuclear comics.
  472 The Survivor, Paul Gillian. New York, NY: Catalan Communications. Sexually explicit post-apocalyptic adventure comic translated from French and printed in full color. Number 1, 1990; number 2, 1991. Nuclear comics.
  473 Swamp Fever, Frolich. New Orleans, LA: Big Muddy Comics. Counterculture comix containing nudity. 1972. Underground comix.
  474 Taildragger Comix, George Hansen. Chicago, IL: The Adam's Apple Distributing Company. Varied short humor comix. Sexually explicit. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix.
  475 Tales From the Berkeley-Con, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: S.U.P.E.R.B. Sexually explicit comic prepared for the 1974 Berkeley comic convention. Contains short works by Rick Griffin, Trina, and Kim Deitch. Volume 2, number 2, 1974. Underground comix.
  476 Tales From the Fridge, Russ Jones and Bhob Stewart. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Violent and sexually explicit Tales From the Crypt parody about obesity. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix.
  477 Tales From the Ozone, Robert Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Gary Grimshaw, Carl Lundgren, and Vaughn Bodé. Russ Gibb Productions. Humor and psychedelia comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1969. Underground comix.
  478 Tales of Sex and Death, Roger Brand (editor), Spain, Dave Geiser, Kim Deitch, Simon Deitch, Justin Green, Bill Griffith, Rory Hayes, Paul Rogers, and S. Clay Wilson (illustrators). Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit comedy and horror. Number 1, 1971; number 2, 1973. Underground comix.
  479 Tales of the Armorkins, Larry Todd. San Francisco, CA: The Company & Sons. Science fiction action comic containing nudity. 1970. Underground comix.
  480 Tales of Toad, Bill Griffith. Sexually explicit social commentary comix starring Toad and Zippy the Pinhead. Number 2, 1971; Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Number 3, 1973; San Francisco, CA: The Cartoonists' Co-op Press. Underground comix.
  481 Team Yankee, David Drake (author), Rod Whigham, Les Dorscheid, and Gerald Forton. Chicago, IL: First Publishing Inc. Full color comic pitting NATO forces against Soviet invaders in Western Europe. Numbers 1-6, 1989. Nuclear comics.
  482 Teen-Age Horizons of... Shangrila, Jayzey Lynch, Denis Kitchen, Dan Clyne, Justin Green, Jim Mitchell, Joel Beck, and Don Glassford. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Sexually explicit counterculture comedy. Number 1, 1971; number 2, 1972. Underground comix.
  483 Teen-Age Trash, Michael Krueger, Skip Williamson, Jayzey Lynch, Tom James, and Scott Becker. Chicago, IL: The Adam's Apple Distributing Company. Sexually explicit counterculture comedy. Volume 1, Number 1, 1972. Underground comix.
  484 Tejano Exile, Jaxon. San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp. An illustrated history of war between whites and Native Americans. 1980. Underground comix.
  485 The Terminator, John Arcudi (author), Chris Warner, Paul Guinan, Karen Casey-Smith, and Chris Chalendor (illustrators). Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics, Inc. Full color four-part Terminator miniseries dubbed "The Tempest." Volume 1, numbers 1-4, 1990. Nuclear comics.
    The Terminator, multiple contributors. Chicago, IL: Now Comics. Full color Terminator science fiction series. Nuclear comics.
  486
Numbers 1-3, 1988; numbers 4-8, 1989.
33 487
Numbers 9-12, numbers 14-15, 1989; numbers 16-17, 1990.
  488
Collector's edition. Volume 3, number 1, 1990.
  489 The Terminator: One Shot, James Robinson (author) and Matt Wagner (illustrator). Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics, Inc. Full color single issue special with pop-out center. 1991.
  490 The Terminator: Secondary Objectives, James Robinson (author), Paul Gulacy, Karl Kesel, and Gregory Wright (illustrators). Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics, Inc. Full color four-part Terminator miniseries. Numbers 1-3, 1991. Nuclear comics.
  491 The Terminator: The Burning Earth, Ron Fortier (author), Alexander Ros (illustrator). Chicago, IL: Now Comics. Full color five-part Terminator miniseries. Volume 2, numbers 1-5, 1990. Nuclear comics.
  492 The Terminator: The Enemy Within, Ian Edginton (author), Vince Giarrano, and Simon Bisley (illustrators). Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Comics, Inc. Full color four-part Terminator miniseries. Numbers 1-4, 1992. Nuclear comics.
  493 Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Gregory Wright and Klaus Janson. New York, NY: Marvel Comics. Three-part Marvel adaptation of the first Terminator sequel. Numbers 1-3, 1991.
  494 Terror on the Planet of the Apes, Doug Moench (author) and Mike Ploog (illustrator). Westlake Village, CA: Adventure Comics. Numbers 1-2, 1991. Nuclear comics.
  495 Thoroughly Ripped, Gilbert Shelton and Dave Sheridan. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Compilation of Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers comix that appeared in High Times and Playboy between 1974 and 1978. Contains nudity. 1978. Underground comix.
  496 Three Fisted Tales, Kenneth Greene. San Francisco, CA: Self-published. Political, social, and drug humor. Sexually explicit. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  497 Three Forks Press, multiple contributors. Pullman, WA: Palouse Empire. Counterculture newsprint periodical for Washington State University students containing interviews, articles, and illustrations. Volume 1, numbers 1-3, 1970.
  498 Thrilling Murder Comics, Kim Deitch, Simon Deitch, Spain, Bill Griffith, Robert Crumb, S. Clay Wilson, Jim Osborne, and Greg Irons. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Violent and sexually explicit horror comix. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  499 Thunderdogs, Hunt Emerson. San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, Inc. Action humor comic. 1981.
  500 Tits and Clits Comix, Lyn Chevali, Chin Lively, and Joyce Sutton. Laguna Beach, CA: Nanny Goat Productions. Sexually explicit humor comix. Number 1, 1972; number 2, 1976; number 4, 1977; number 5, 1979; number 6, 1980. Underground comix.
  501 Toe Jamb Comics, R. S. Cavey-KV and Larry Knapp. Self-published. Sexually explicit juvenile humor. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix.
  502 Tooney Loons and Marijuana Melodies, Kenneth Greene. San Francisco, CA: Self-published. Drug humor comix with animal characters. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
34 503 The Tortoise and the Hare, Ted Richards, Gary Hallgren, Dan O'Neill, Shary Flenniken, and Bobby London. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Sexually explicit fables and stories. Back cover outlines the Disney court case against the artists. 1971. Underground comix.
  504 Toxic Flange, Mark Fisher and Andy Poynor. Cambridge, MA: 2 Guys Publishing. Science fiction, psychedelia, and humor comix containing nudity. 1980.
  505 Toy Dandruff, Scotty and Ripp. Self-published. 12-page black and white poetry minicomic. 1972. Underground comix.
  506 The Trials of Nasty Tales, multiple contributors. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates. Illustrated tale of the obscenity case brought against Bloom Publications. Sexually explicit. Circa 1973. Underground comix.
  507 Trina's Women, Trina Robbins. Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Adult drama comix containing nudity. 1976. Underground comix.
  508 Trivial Annoyances, Dany Frolich. New Orleans, LA: Big Muddy Comics Refinery, Inc. Violent science fiction, fantasy, and humor. 1972. Underground comix.
  509 Truckin', George Metzger. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Contains nudity. Number 1, 1972; number 2, circa 1973. Underground comix.
  510 Tuff Shit, Jim Osborne, Robert Crumb, Simon Deitch, Trina, Justin Green, Flaherty, and Bill Griffith. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Sexually explicit anti-heroin educomic. 1972. Underground comix.
  511 Turned On Cuties, multiple contributors. San Francisco, CA: Golden Gate Publishing Company. 24 nudes with clever captions created by artists including Jayzey Lynch, Robert Crumb, Rory Hayes, Justin Green, Spain, Trina, and Art Spiegelman. 1972. Underground comix.
  512 Twilight X, Neal Gleaton and Joseph Wight. Spokane, WA: Pork Chop Press. Action humor comic. Number 1, signed by the authors on inside cover, 1991. Nuclear comics.
  513 Twisted Sisters, Aline Kominsky and Diane Noomin. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Sexually explicit social commentary comic. 1976. Underground comix.
  514 Two Fools, Ted Richards and Willy Murphy. San Francisco, CA: Saving Grace. Short situational comedy comic strips. 1976. Underground comix.
  515 Uncle Sham, Dave Geiser. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Politicized humor and horror comix containing nudity. Number 1, 1970; number 2, 1971. Underground comix.
  516 Underground Cartooning Course, Jud Green. Pouch Epics. Humorous minicomic guide to becoming an underground artist. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  517 Untitled, S. Clay Wilson. San Francisco, CA: Keith Green. Cluttered violent and sexually explicit horror comix. Number 1, circa early 1970s; number 2, 1975. Underground comix.
  518 Up From The Deep, Jaxon, Richard Corben, Kim Deitch, and Greg Irons. San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press. Sexually explicit horror comix. Number 1, 1971. Underground comix.
  519 Venture, Gary Winnick and Frank Cirocco (editors), multiple contributors. San Jose, CA: Horizon Zero Graphiques. Science fiction and fantasy comics. 1976.
  520 Vic and Blood, Harlan Ellison and Richard Corben. Violent adventures of a boy and his dog. Number 1, 1987; number 2, 1988; Hollywood, CA: Mad Dog Graphics. Full color "special," 1989; New York, NY: St. Martin's Press. Nuclear comics.
  521 View From the Void, Paul Simmons. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates Ltd. Noir styled science fiction adventures. 1973. Underground comix.
  522 We Have Come to See Jesus, Judith Dunworth. Self-published. New Age minicomic printed on pink paper. 1972. Underground comix.
  523 Weird Fantasies, Richard Corben, Al Davis, Nicola Cuti, Otto Binder, Landon Chesney, and Jesse Santos. Los Angeles, CA: The Los Angeles Comic Book Company. Horror, science fiction, and fantasy comix printed in full color. Contains nudity. 1972. Underground comix.
  524 Weird Fantasy, William Gaines. Great Neck, NY: East Coast Comics, Inc. Reprint of a science fiction series from 1950-1953. Number 13, 1973.
  525 Weird Trips Magazine, multiple contributors. Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Interviews, articles, and comix concerning unusual topics. Violent and sexually explicit. Volume 1, number 1, 1974; number 2, 1978. Underground comix.
  526 Weirdom Comix, Dennis Cunningham (editor), multiple contributors. San Jose, CA: Weirdom Publications. Varied counterculture comix containing violence and nudity. Number 14, 1971. Underground comix.
  527 Wet Satin, Trina Robbins (creator). Women's sexually explicit stories by artists including Trina Robbins, Sharon Rudahl, Joyce Farmer, and Joey Epstein. Number 1, 1976; Princeton, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises. Number 2, 1978; San Francisco, CA: Last Gasp. Underground comix.
  528 Wha!?!, Steve Ditko. Las Vegas, NV: Bruce Hershenson. Offbeat action stories. 1975. Underground comix.
  529 White Comanche, Jaxon. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Illustrated narrative of the captivity of Cynthia Ann Parker among the Comanche. Contains nudity. 1977. Underground comix.
 

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White Devil, R. A. Jones and Malcolm Hee. Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics. Violent and sexually explicit anime-style action adventures set 75 years in the future. Numbers 2-4, 1990; numbers 5-6, 1991. Nuclear comics.
  531 White Whore, Aysof and Wiley Spade. San Francisco, CA: Ful-Horne Productions. Interracial sex and humor comic. Sexually explicit. Volume 1, Number 1, 1975. Underground comix.
35 532 Wild Knights, Evan Dorkin (author). Newbury Park, CA: Eternity Comics. Post-apocalyptic mutant action comics. Numbers 1-3, 1988; numbers 6-10, 1989. Nuclear comics.
  533 Wimmen's Comix, multiple contributors. Sexually explicit women's liberation comix by artists including Trina Robbins, Michelle Brand, Aline Kominsky, and Sharon Rudahl. Number 1, 1972; numbers 2-3, 1973; number 4, 1974; numbers 5-6, 1976; number 7, 1977; number 8, 1983; number 9, 1984; number 10, 1985; Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp Eco-Funnies. Number 11, 1987; Long Beach, CA: Renegade Press. Number 14, 1989; Auburn, CA: Rip Off Press. Underground comix.
  534 Winter World, Chuck Dixon (author) and Jorge Zaffino (illustrator). Forestville, CA: Eclipse Comics. Violent full color action adventures in a winter wasteland. Containing nudity. Number 1, 1987; numbers 2-3, 1988. Nuclear comics.
  535 Witzend, Bill Pearson, Jeff Jones, Wally Wood, Garika, Steve Ditko, and Gray Morrow. New York City, NY; Wonderful Publishing Company. Experimental science fiction, fantasy, and politics comix as well as an interview with Will Eisner. Number 6, 1969. Underground comix.
  536 Wolfman, Armando and Joana Zegri. San Francisco, CA: Wolfman Comix. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix.
  537 World's Finest Comics, multiple contributors. Sparta, IL: National Periodical Publications, Inc. Superman and Batman adventure series dating back to 1941. Number 175, 1968.
  538 Yellow Dog, multiple contributors. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Landmark underground series featuring sexually explicit and sometimes violent comix in a wide array of genres. Number 16, 1969; numbers 18-19, 1970; number 21, 1971; numbers 22-23, 1972; numbers 24-25, 1973. Underground comix.
  539 Young Lust, Bill Griffith and Jay Kinney (creators). Varied sexually explicit comix sometimes printed in full color. Artists include Robert Crumb, Kim Deitch, Art Spiegelman, and Spain. San Francisco, CA: Co & Sons; number 1, 1970. Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint; number 2, 1971; number 3, 1972; number 4, 1974. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp; number 5, 1977; number 6, 1980. Underground comix.
  540 Your Hytone Comix, Robert Crumb. San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties. Sexually explicit humor comix. 1971. Underground comix.
  541 Zam-Zap Jam, Robert Crumb, S. Clay Wilson, Victor Moscoso, Gilbert Shelton, Rick Griffin, Spain, and Robert Williams. All Nite Comix. Sexually explicit minicomic of collaborations between Zap artists. 1974. Underground comix.
  542 Zap (minicomic), Robert Crumb, Rick Griffin, Spain Rodriguez, Gilbert Shelton, and Jaxon. Self-published. Single page illustrations and photos compiled into a 12 page black and white minicomic. Contains nudity. Circa 1970s. Underground comix.
  543 Zap Comics, Crumb, Wilson, Moscoso, Shelton, Griffin, Spain, and Williams. Perhaps the most popular underground series of the era, Zap is a mix of uncensored comix from artists who became leaders of the underground scene. Violent and sexually explicit. Number 6, 1973; San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties. Number 7, 1974; Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint. Underground comix.
  544 Zip Comics, multiple contributors. London, UK: Cozmic Comics, H. Bunch Associates. Varied counterculture comix by British artists. Sexually explicit. Number 1, 1973. Underground comix.
  545 Zip-a-Tunes, Art Spiegelman. San Francisco, CA: The San Francisco Comic Book Company. Instructional minicomic for aspiring illustrators. 1972. Underground comix.
  546 Zippy, Bill Griffith. Intelligent social commentary comix starring Zippy the Pinhead. Contains nudity. San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press, Inc; number 1, 1977; number 2, 1978. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp, Inc; number 3, 1980. Underground comix.

 

Box Folder Description
Series 2: Oversized Items, 1972-1987
36 547 Aprés La Bombe, Franco Bonvi. Grenoble, France: Èditions Jacques Glènat. Violent post-apocalyptic humor comics containing nudity. 1979. Nuclear comics.
  548 Harold Head, Rand Holmes. Vancouver BC, Canada: Georgia Straight. Sexually explicit counterculture commentary comix. 1972. Underground comix.
  549 Read Yourself RAW, Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly (editors), multiple contributors. New York, NY: Pantheon Books. Compilation of earlier RAW comix containing violence and nudity. 1987. Alternative comics.
  550 Sacred and Profane, Justin Green. Berkeley, CA: Last Gasp. Social commentary comic containing nudity. 1976. Underground comix.
  551 Spaced, James Pinkoski. San Francisco, CA: Comics and Comix. Gender bending fantasy comic containing nudity. Number 3, 1976. Underground comix.