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The Complete Crumb R Crumb Versus The Sisterhood

Author : R. Crumb
ISBN : 1560971088
Genre : American wit and humor, Pictorial
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The Complete Crumb Comics series comprises the complete works of legendary cartoonist R. Crumb, presented chronologically, including his entire oeuvre and unpublished strips and illustrations from the artist's private archives. Each volume includes a new cover by Crumb and a lengthy introduction, usually by Crumb but occasionally from others close to Crumb, such as brother Maxon and son Jesse.

The Comics Of R Crumb

Author : Daniel Worden
ISBN : 9781496833778
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Contributions by José Alaniz, Ian Blechschmidt, Paul Fisher Davies, Zanne Domoney-Lyttle, David Huxley, Lynn Marie Kutch, Julian Lawrence, Liliana Milkova, Stiliana Milkova, Kim A. Munson, Jason S. Polley, Paul Sheehan, Clarence Burton Sheffield Jr., and Daniel Worden From his work on underground comix like Zap and Weirdo, to his cultural prominence, R. Crumb is one of the most renowned comics artists in the medium’s history. His work, beginning in the 1960s, ranges provocatively and controversially over major moments, tensions, and ideas in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, from the counterculture and the emergence of the modern environmentalist movement, to racial politics and sexual liberation. While Crumb’s early work refined the parodic, over-the-top, and sexually explicit styles we associate with underground comix, he also pioneered the comics memoir, through his own autobiographical and confessional comics, as well as in his collaborations. More recently, Crumb has turned to long-form, book-length works, such as his acclaimed Book of Genesis and Kafka. Over the long arc of his career, Crumb has shaped the conventions of underground and alternative comics, autobiographical comics, and the “graphic novel.” And, through his involvement in music, animation, and documentary film projects, Crumb is a widely recognized persona, an artist who has defined the vocation of the cartoonist in a widely influential way. The Comics of R. Crumb: Underground in the Art Museum is a groundbreaking collection on the work of a pioneer of underground comix and a fixture of comics culture. Ranging from art history and literary studies, to environmental studies and religious history, the essays included in this volume cast Crumb's work as formally sophisticated and complex in its representations of gender, sexuality, race, politics, and history, while also charting Crumb’s role in underground comix and the ways in which his work has circulated in the art museum.

Alternative Comics

Author : Charles Hatfield
ISBN : 1604735872
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In the 1980s, a sea change occurred in comics. Fueled by Art Spiegel- man and Françoise Mouly's avant-garde anthology Raw and the launch of the Love & Rockets series by Gilbert, Jaime, and Mario Hernandez, the decade saw a deluge of comics that were more autobiographical, emotionally realistic, and experimental than anything seen before. These alternative comics were not the scatological satires of the 1960s underground, nor were they brightly colored newspaper strips or superhero comic books. In Alternative Comics: An Emerging Literature, Charles Hatfield establishes the parameters of alternative comics by closely examining long-form comics, in particular the graphic novel. He argues that these are fundamentally a literary form and offers an extensive critical study of them both as a literary genre and as a cultural phenomenon. Combining sharp-eyed readings and illustrations from particular texts with a larger understanding of the comics as an art form, this book discusses the development of specific genres, such as autobiography and history. Alternative Comics analyzes such seminal works as Spiegelman's Maus, Gilbert Hernandez's Palomar: The Heartbreak Soup Stories, and Justin Green's Binky Brown Meets the Holy Virgin Mary. Hatfield explores how issues outside of cartooning-the marketplace, production demands, work schedules-can affect the final work. Using Hernandez's Palomar as an example, he shows how serialization may determine the way a cartoonist structures a narrative. In a close look at Maus, Binky Brown, and Harvey Pekar's American Splendor, Hatfield teases out the complications of creating biography and autobiography in a substantially visual medium, and shows how creators approach these issues in radically different ways.

Small Press Record Of Books In Print

Author : Len Fulton
ISBN : NWU:35556022467179
Genre : Books
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R Crumb

Author : David Stephen Calonne
ISBN : 9781496831873
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Robert Crumb (b. 1943) read widely and deeply a long roster of authors including Robert Louis Stevenson, Charles Dickens, J. D. Salinger, Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs, and Allen Ginsberg, as well as religious classics including biblical, Buddhist, Hindu, and Gnostic texts. Crumb’s genius, according to author David Stephen Calonne, lies in his ability to absorb a variety of literary, artistic, and spiritual traditions and incorporate them within an original, American mode of discourse that seeks to reveal his personal search for the meaning of life. R. Crumb: Literature, Autobiography, and the Quest for Self contains six chapters that chart Crumb’s intellectual trajectory and explore the recurring philosophical themes that permeate his depictions of literary and biographical works and the ways he responds to them through innovative, dazzling compositional techniques. Calonne explores the ways Crumb develops concepts of solitude, despair, desire, and conflict as aspects of the quest for self in his engagement with the book of Genesis and works by Franz Kafka, Jean-Paul Sartre, the Beats, Charles Bukowski, and Philip K. Dick, as well as Crumb’s illustrations of biographies of musicians Jelly Roll Morton and Charley Patton. Calonne demonstrates how Crumb’s love for literature led him to attempt an extremely faithful rendering of the texts he admired while at the same time highlighting for his readers the particular hidden philosophical meanings he found most significant in his own autobiographical quest for identity and his authentic self.

Maxon

Author : Malcolm Whyte
ISBN : 9781683961956
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Maxon Crumb—artist, author, and yogi—embarked on a coast-to-coast odyssey to conquer one severe challenge after another: a brutal childhood, crushing sibling rivalry, lost love, death threats, and debilitating disease. Each chapter in Maxon: Art Out of Chaos recounts Maxon's agonizing journey to mature into a fiercely independent artist. Excerpts from Maxon's writings, anecdotes, from his brother R. Crumb, plus a gallery of Maxon's stunning artworks showcase the story of a man who bares his world to us through ink, oil, metal, and word.

Paperbound Books In Print

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The Comics Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105110794000
Genre : Comic books, strips, etc
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Crumb Advocates Violent Overthrow

Author : R. Crumb
ISBN : UOM:39015060566943
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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A collection of comic strips and illustrations by legendary comic artist R. Crumb spanning 1975-78. Contains adult content.

Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015046424373
Genre : American literature
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Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025888467
Genre : American literature
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Complete Crumb Comics

Author : R. Crumb
ISBN : 1560975369
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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The Eisner and Harvey award winning series comes to a close, although single-volume collections like Hup and Mystic Funnies will be released, beginning in 2005. The Complete Crumb series encompasses everything from Crumbss well-known comics to little-seen commercial art and rarely-if-ever seen treasures from private collections and the artists archives. Adult.

The Complete Crumb Comics

Author : Robert Crumb
ISBN : 1560974133
Genre : Humor
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Vol. 15 explores the years 1983 through 1985,best represented by Crumb's contributions to the magazine he edited and founded,Weirdo, including the first Mode O'Day strips and such Crumb classics as"Psychopathia Sexualis" and "Where Has It Gone, All the Beautiful Music of OurGrandparents?" Also featured are collaborations with Harvey Pekar (fromAmerican Splendor) and Charles Bukowski, rare music-related art, theillustrations from Edward Abbey's The Monkey Wrench Gang, strips fromZap Comix, bold experiments with brushwork, and much more, wrapped underan introduction from Crumb protégé Peter Bagge.

The Complete Crumb

Author : R. Crumb
ISBN : UOM:39015062411726
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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This is the definitive, comprehensive series reprinting the entirety of Crumb's published career. Volume 14 covers 1980, a period that many critics consider to be the richest of Crumb's career, beginning with contributions to his own Weirdo magazine, including uncle Bob's Mid-life Crisis, the Old Songs Are The Best Songs, and Boswell's London Journal.also included are ten pages of Crumb's collaborations with American Splendor author Harvey Pekar, and a legendary collaboration with Charles Bukowski. A color section includes several rare album covers for various jazz and blues greats, as well as impossible to find work from underground newspapers.

Eye Infection

Author : Christiaan Braun
ISBN : UCSD:31822031427669
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Library Journal

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Genre : Libraries
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Books In Print Supplement

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025417838
Genre : American literature
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500 Essential Graphic Novels

Author : Gene Kannenberg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131739315
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Featuring full-color images from the best moments in graphic novel history, this comprehensive reference explores everything from dragons, cow races, and monstrous rats to insider secrets from Casanova himself. Includes top ten must-reads for every popular genre.

Library Journal

Author : Melvil Dewey
ISBN : UOM:39015081490479
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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

Robert Crumb

Author : D. K. Holm
ISBN : STANFORD:36105121924695
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The "Godfather" of the underground comics movement begun in the '60s, Robert Crumb is also one of the most important figures in twentieth century art. Born in Philadelphia in 1943, Crumb, like Mark Twain and the later Beat writers, has lived all over America, giving him a unique perspective from which to satirize his home country. In San Francisco in 1967, at the height of the hippie movement, Crumb began producing independent black and white comic books drawn in a style that seemed both old fashioned and up-to-date at the same time, a dense, thick-lined style presented in comic strip panels often packed with activity, a style that harked back to the work of E.C. Segar, Walt Kelly, Gene Ahern, and others. In these books he created characters such as Mr. Natural and Fritz the Cat, and introduced such phrases as "Keep on Truckin'" into the vernacular. In later years Crumb edited his own magazine (Weirdo), and turned to confessional stories, which he wrote alone and in collaboration with his wife Aline Kominsky He moved to France in the early '90s, his art began to make appearances in galleries and magazines like the New Yorker, and he was the subject of Crumb, Terry Zwigoff's popular documentary. But Crumb isn't just a great cartoonist. He is a great writer as well. His sardonic view of the world is literary and sophisticated, and in his introductions to books and anthologies, as well as in his letters and other writings, Crumb is revealed as a writer with a style as distinctive as his cartoons and with a comic timing just as finely honed. To answer the question, the people who read Crumb include anyone who values biting satire, good writing, and great art.

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