Sunday, October 23, 2016

Weird Comics History Podcast Ep 13: A History of Underground Comix Part 2



This week Chris (@AceComics) and Reggie (@reggiereggie) fire up their lava lamps and visit the 1960s and 70s in part two of a history of Underground Comix! This biography-heavy episode details the careers and impact of such Comix luminaries as Robert Crumb, art spiegelman, and Trina Robbins--and many more! We also trace the rise and fall of the scene and talk about a particular Underground Comic that was published by Marvel! Join us as we journey to a work of plasticine porters and looking-glass ties--and really weird comic books! 









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SOURCES AND LINKS:
A History of Underground Comix by James Estren, Ronin Publishing, 1974 

Comic Book Creator #5,
 Spring 2014, "The Comix Book Life of Denis Kitchen" pg. 34-79
The Best of Comix Book by James Vance and Denis Kitchen, Kitchen Sink Books, 2013
Amazing Underground Comix Resource 
http://comixjoint.com/ 

BREAK CLIP
Excerpt from Arena: The Confessions of Robert Crumb, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1987
TAGS: comics history, underground comix, Robert Crumb, art spiegelman, Trina Robbins, Bill Griffith, Vaughn Bode, Gilbert Shelton, 1960s, San Francisco, Denis Kitchen, Topps Trading Cards, head shops, far out
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