Cover by Robert Crumb. "Midwestern Wedding," script and art by Carol Lay; Cora feels alienated at a conservative wedding. "The Peanut Vendor," script by Charles Hill, art by Laurence Smith and Harold Smith; Reproduction of a 1930s child's amateur magazine. "Delirious," script and art by Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis; Both parents must find work to support their child. "Hit And Run High-Jinx!!!", script and art by J.D. King; The guys go on a rampage in the car. "The Origins of The Bunch," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; How Aline adopted her alias The Bunch. Untitled Mode O'Day and Her Pals story, script and art by Robert Crumb; Doggo decides to help the Nicaraguan rebels. "The Reject," script and art by Peter Bagge; The bullying of the school loner. "Now You Can Look Just Like This!", script and art by Drew Friedman; Fake ad offering the chance to look like Ernest Borgnine.
Used: Flat tight book with glossy cover. Light page yellowing. light wear at edges.