Description:VG+ 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Trade wraps, SC. first ed thus,...VG+ 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Trade wraps, SC. first ed thus, oblong 9x12, 160 pages, illus, EROTICA, no marks or hi-lites, No DJ interior tight and clean VG+/-
Description:Adelman, Bob., w/intro essay by Art Spiegelman, Commentary by...Adelman, Bob., w/intro essay by Art Spiegelman, Commentary by Richard Merkin & essay by Medeline Kripke., Simon & Schuster, nd, c1997, 3rd printing, illus. boards, fine w/dj, 150 pp w/annotated bibliography, B & W/sepia cartoon illus., 9' x 12', 'Art and.
Description:As New/Very Good. Lanscape format, beatutiful productionin...As New/Very Good. Lanscape format, beatutiful productionin illustrated glossy pictorial bds. Signed & inscribed by the editor to another publisher-there's also a post-it tipped in onto which he has written a note, The dustwrapper has some waviness on the back panel and a damp stain visible on the backside, not seen now becuse the mylar I use has a an archival paper backing, 160p.
Title: Tijuana Bibles: Art and Wit in America's Forbidden Funnies, 1930s-1950s / Bob Adelman; Introductory Essay By Art Speigelman; Commentary By Richard Merkin; Essay By Madeline Kripke Author:Bob Adelman ISBN-13:9781904989189 ISBN:1904989187
Description:1. pp. 159. Physical description: 159 p. : ill.; 23 x 30 cm....1. pp. 159. Physical description: 159 p. : ill.; 23 x 30 cm. Subject: Erotic comic books, strips, etc. Fine paperback copy. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.
Description:New- 23 x 30 cms. Oblong. 160 pages-in English-over 150 pages of...New- 23 x 30 cms. Oblong. 160 pages-in English-over 150 pages of b/w comic strips-Popeye, the Fuller brush man, Betty Boop, Lil' Abner, Al Capone and many others in graphically erotic underground comic strips which were published in the 1930s-1950s by anonymous artists-Mae West, Barbara Hutton, Greta Garbo and others are involved in salacious activities which leave little to the imagination-intro. by Art Spiegelman, commentary by Richard Merkin and essay by Madeline Kripke.
Description:First edition. 160pp. Very good. DJ is frayed. "America's...First edition. 160pp. Very good. DJ is frayed. "America's Forbidden Funnies, 1930's-1950's." Intro by Art Spiegelman and commentary by Richard Merkin. (loc 1045)
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