#Hup (1987) Robert #Crumb, Your later stuff, like Boswell's Journal, Cave Wimp, they don't know anything about. All they know is the stuff that they read when they were young, which is probably the reason why they love it so much. That's a little irksome. The whole thing kind of disintegrated in the late '70s, and into the yuppie era of the '80s. It all changed. And then the comic scene became really a subculture of its own that, u know, only people who were really comic fans appreciated. $16.66
Robert Crumb American Splendor #3 Story Page 3 Original Art (Harvey Pekar, 1978). Harvey's troubles at the supermarket were detailed in a five-page story titled "Standing Behind Old Jewish Ladies in Supermarket Lines". Here's Page 3, where Our Man finally gets home with his groceries, only to discover he forgot a few important items. Has that ever happened to you?
Robert Crumb American Splendor #4 Complete 3-Page Story Original Art (Harvey Pekar, 1979). Astonishingly detailed pen-and-brush work from master cartoonist Crumb distinguishes this autobiographical story from Pekar: "The Kissinger Letter" tells of the time that Pekar fired off an angry note to Henry Kissinger (during the height of the Vietnam conflict) -- and was astonished to receive a diplomatic reply.