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AHTR Underground and Alternative Comics

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A slideshow connected to a lecture on Underground and Alternative Comics in the United States available at Art History Teaching Resources (http://arthistoryteachingresources.org/), written by Doug Singsen.

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AHTR Underground and Alternative Comics

  1. 1. Underground and Alternative Comics in the United States
  2. 2. Underground Comix c. 1964-1976
  3. 3. Gilbert Shelton, cover of The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers #1, 1971.
  4. 4. Kim Deitch, cover of The East Village Other, October 11, 1968.
  5. 5. S. Clay Wilson, “The Flyin’ Fuckin’ A Heads Stop For Lunch During Their Cross- Country Run,” S. Clay Wilson 20 Drawings, 1967.
  6. 6. Victor Moscoso, concert poster for the Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, 1967. Victor Moscoso, “Luna Toon,” Zap Comix #2, 1968.
  7. 7. Poster for Man Ray exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1966. Victor Moscoso, “Luna Toon,” Zap Comix #2, 1968.
  8. 8. Yayoi Kusama, Anti-War Naked Happening and Flag Burning, 1968. Kim Deitch, cover of The East Village Other, October 11, 1968.
  9. 9. Robert Crumb, “Whiteman,” Zap Comix #1,1967.
  10. 10. Robert Crumb, “Cubist Be Bop Comics,” XYZ Comics, June 1972.
  11. 11. Robert Crumb, cover of Gothic Blimp Works Ltd. #2, comics insert in the East Village Other, 1969. Trina Robbins, cover of It Ain’t Me Babe, July 1970.
  12. 12. Willie Mendes, “Oma,” in It Ain’t Me Babe, July 1970. Trina Robbins, cover of It Ain’t Me Babe, July 1970.
  13. 13. Robert Crumb, “A Word to You Feminist Women,” Big Ass Comics #2, 1971.
  14. 14. Robert Crumb, “Whiteman,” Zap Comix #1, 1967. Robert Crumb, “And Now, a Word to You Feminist Women,” Big Ass Comics #2, 1971
  15. 15. Aline Kominsky-Crumb, cover of Twisted Sisters Comics, 1976 Trina Robbins, cover of It Ain’t Me Babe, July 1970
  16. 16. Alternative Comics 1976–present
  17. 17. Harvey Pekar (script) and Val Mayerik (art), American Splendor #10, 1985.
  18. 18. Harvey Pekar (script) and Robert Crumb (art), “The Young Crumb Story,” American Splendor #4, 1979
  19. 19. Dan Clowes, cover of Eightball #11, June 1993.
  20. 20. Dan Clowes, Act Three, “Crime and Judy,” in David Boring, originally published in Eightball #21, February 2000.
  21. 21. Gary Panter, cover of Raw vol. 2, #1, 1989.
  22. 22. Art Spiegelman, Chapter 2, “Auschwitz (Time Flies),” Raw vol. 2, #1, July 1989.
  23. 23. Jaime Hernandez, cover of Love and Rockets #1, 1982.
  24. 24. Jaime Hernandez, “Ninety-Three Million Miles from the Sun…and Counting,” Love and Rockets #30, July 1989.
  25. 25. Alison Bechdel, two-page spread from Fun Home, 2006.

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