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Weirdo (1981) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Weirdo (1981) 1
    Published Jan 1981 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "TV Blues," script and art by Robert Crumb; Etoain is pulled into his TV to participate in wild dancing. "Suburban Cowgirls," photos by "Stomp" Ganos; Three cowgirls compare vacuums. Article concerning Stanislav Szukalski's unconventional theories about the origins of man. "Baby Sniggums and Her Daddy," script and art by B.N. Duncan; Baby Sniggums is spanked. Fake ad for "The Weirdo Makeover" by Crumb. "Cute Brat Gets Creamed," photos by "Stomp" Ganos. "High Times Interviews R. Crumb," script and art by Crumb; A blowhard interviewer goads Crumb into a fit of anger. Article about joining the Church of the SubGenius. Back cover by Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 1-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Apr 1981 by Last Gasp.

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    2nd Printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "TV Blues," script and art by Robert Crumb; Etoain is pulled into his TV to participate in wild dancing. "Suburban Cowgirls," photos by "Stomp" Ganos; Three cowgirls compare vacuums. Article concerning Stanislav Szukalski's unconventional theories about the origins of man. "Baby Sniggums and Her Daddy," script and art by B.N. Duncan; Baby Sniggums is spanked. Fake ad for "The Weirdo Makeover" by Crumb. "Cute Brat Gets Creamed," photos by "Stomp" Ganos. "High Times Interviews R. Crumb," script and art by Crumb; A blowhard interviewer goads Crumb into a fit of anger. Article about joining the Church of the SubGenius. Back cover by Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #2
    Weirdo (1981) 2
    Published 1981 (est.) by Last Gasp.

    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Hillary's Impertinent Pup," photos by Terry Zwigoff; Hillary takes her dog for a walk but gets all tangled up. "The Entropy Crisis," script and art by Harry S. Robins; Poem about entropy. "Science Or Sanity?", script and art by Harry S. Robins; The Professor lucks out in love. "Weirdo Does a Total Makeover," photos by Terry Zwigoff; A bum has a Weirdo makeover. "Backwoods Comic Postcards," art by Norman F. Pettingill; Eight cartoons about 1940s rural American life. "Mr. Bunch Takes a Sabbatical," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; The Bunch loses her masculine side. "Weirdo Art Section: It's Art For Art's Sake!" by Robert Crumb; Cartoon doodles. "Bloods in Space," script by Kevin Lambert, art by Dori Seda; Earth has a visitation. Assorted one-page strips by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #2-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 2-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Jul 1981 by Last Gasp.

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    2nd Printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Hillary's Impertinent Pup," photos by Terry Zwigoff; Hillary takes her dog for a walk but gets all tangled up. "The Entropy Crisis," script and art by Harry S. Robins; Poem about entropy. "Science Or Sanity?", script and art by Harry S. Robins; The Professor lucks out in love. "Weirdo Does a Total Makeover," photos by Terry Zwigoff; A bum has a Weirdo makeover. "Backwoods Comic Postcards," art by Norman F. Pettingill; Eight cartoons about 1940s rural American life. "Mr. Bunch Takes a Sabbatical," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; The Bunch loses her masculine side. "Weirdo Art Section: It's Art For Art's Sake!" by Robert Crumb; Cartoon doodles. "Bloods in Space," script by Kevin Lambert, art by Dori Seda; Earth has a visitation. Assorted one-page strips by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #3
    Weirdo (1981) 3
    Published Sep 1981 by Last Gasp.

    1st printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Troubles With Gassel," script by Terry Zwigoff, art by Bob Armstrong; Morrie is caught short needing a dump. "The Adventures Of Onion Head," script and art by Robert Crumb; Onion Head leaves the farm for the wider world. Twenty-one drawings produced by Max Crumb. "My Pet Penis," script and art by Terry Boyce; A girl discovers a pet penis. "The Bean Sisters Get In Shape," script by Robert Crumb, art by "Stomp" Ganos; The Bean Sisters visit Bob's Dancercise Studio. "Excerpts from Boswell's London Journal 1762-1763," script by James Boswell and Robert Crumb, art by Robert Crumb; Boswell carouses and discusses literature in London. "The Adventures of Skank, Arms & Bud!", script by John Holstrom, Peter Bagge, and J.D. King, art by J.D. King; Skank, Arms & Bud have a night out. Twenty-four assorted cartoons with a jazz theme by Gene Deitch. Assorted one-page strips by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #3-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 3-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Nov 1981 by Last Gasp.

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    2nd printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Troubles With Gassel," script by Terry Zwigoff, art by Bob Armstrong; Morrie is caught short needing a dump. "The Adventures Of Onion Head," script and art by Robert Crumb; Onion Head leaves the farm for the wider world. Twenty-one drawings produced by Max Crumb. "My Pet Penis," script and art by Terry Boyce; A girl discovers a pet penis. "The Bean Sisters Get In Shape," script by Robert Crumb, art by "Stomp" Ganos; The Bean Sisters visit Bob's Dancercise Studio. "Excerpts from Boswell's London Journal 1762-1763," script by James Boswell and Robert Crumb, art by Robert Crumb; Boswell carouses and discusses literature in London. "The Adventures of Skank, Arms & Bud!", script by John Holstrom, Peter Bagge, and J.D. King, art by J.D. King; Skank, Arms & Bud have a night out. Twenty-four assorted cartoons with a jazz theme by Gene Deitch. Assorted one-page strips by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #4
    Weirdo (1981) 4
    Published Jan 1982 by Last Gasp.

    Cover by Robert Crumb (as R. Heronymus Crumb). "Null In The Family," script and art by Dennis Worden; Bulk hangs out with Noboy. "The Unfaithful Husband and La Malisima Tentadora," script by Aline Kominsky-Crumb (story idea), Robert Crumb, and Erna Burger, photos by "Stomp" Ganos; Bob is tempted by the housekeeper. "The Nude Photography Class," script and art by Dori Seda; The photography class model arrives worse for wear. Excerpts from the Sketchbooks of Robert Armstrong (four pages). "The Day Chet Huntley Died," script and art by Drew Friedman. Depressed Dora Comics, script and art by Elinore Norflus; Depressed Dora needs to talk with someone. "The Return of the Pet Penis," script and art by Terry Boyce. Inside 'Bob' Cult's Dallas Pow Wow; Feature about a Church Of The Subgenius Convention. "Liddle Brown Rahdin' Hood," script and art by Tom Bertino; Satire on white folks stereotypical view of black folk. "I Remember the Sixties," script and art by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.25. Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #5
    Weirdo (1981) 5
    Published 1982 (est.) by Last Gasp.

    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Unsung Heroes in the History of Humour"; Assorted old cartoons and gags, most of them anonymous. Assorted one-page strips by Harry S. Robins. "Peter Makes the Scene," script and art by Terry Boyce; Peter is introduced to other women. "Ricky Dickner's Manic Activity Book"; The fate of wild man Ricky Dickner. "The Old Songs are the Best Songs," script and art by Robert Crumb; Humorous adaptations of old song lyrics. "I Became the Slave of the Wild Girls of Putah Creek," photos by M. Jan Garrison and Carol Engberg; An explorer is captured by jungle amazons. "Macedonio #268314," script and art by Macedonio Garcia; Life in a Texas prison. Back cover by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Weirdo (1981) 6
    Published 1982 (est.) by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Curse of the Mysterious Horror," script and art by Norman Dog; A visit to a spooky house. Several one-page strips by Norman Dog. "Trash - what do we throw away?", script and art by Robert Crumb; Crumb considers trash. "Untamed Passion For Pasta" photo story. "Gold is Where You Find It," script and art by Jeff John; Butch trucker Axel is hired to deliver a sensitive shipment. Several one-page strips by Drew Friedman. Several one-page strips by Butch Austin. "The Bunch, Her Baby & Grammaw Blabette," script and art by Aline Kominksy-Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 6-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Jan 1982 by Last Gasp.

    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Curse of the Mysterious Horror," script and art by Norman Dog; A visit to a spooky house. Several one-page strips by Norman Dog. "Trash - what do we throw away?", script and art by Robert Crumb; Crumb considers trash. "Untamed Passion For Pasta" photo story. "Gold is Where You Find It," script and art by Jeff John; Butch trucker Axel is hired to deliver a sensitive shipment. Several one-page strips by Drew Friedman. Several one-page strips by Butch Austin. "The Bunch, Her Baby & Grammaw Blabette," script and art by Aline Kominksy-Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95 cover price. Mature readers. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Weirdo (1981) 7
    Published Jan 1983 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by Dennis Worden and Drew Friedman. "Helen Hippo," script and art by Elinore Norflus; How Helen was transformed into a hippo. "Uncle Bob's Mid-Life Crisis," script and art by Robert Crumb; Crumb has a mid-life crisis. "The Siamese Fiendlings," script and art by Robert Williams; Evil Siamese twins run riot. "Slaves of the Comic Book Factory! (Girl Cartoonists Turned Into...)" photo story; Two women want to work as artists for Last Gasp. Several one-page strips by Jeff John. "Trashman Agent Of The 6th International," script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Much ado about banned chocolate. One-page strips by Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis. Back cover by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 7-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published 1993 by Last Gasp.

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    Second Printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by Dennis Worden and Drew Friedman. "Helen Hippo," script and art by Elinore Norflus; How Helen was transformed into a hippo. "Uncle Bob's Mid-Life Crisis," script and art by Robert Crumb; Crumb has a mid-life crisis. "The Siamese Fiendlings," script and art by Robert Williams; Evil Siamese twins run riot. "Slaves of the Comic Book Factory! (Girl Cartoonists Turned Into...)" photo story; Two women want to work as artists for Last Gasp. Several one-page strips by Jeff John. "Trashman Agent Of The 6th International," script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Much ado about banned chocolate. One-page strips by Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis. Back cover by Robert Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Weirdo (1981) 8
    Published Jan 1983 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. Several one-page strips by David Carrino and Peter Bagge. "The Axeman," script and art by Tom Bertino; An axe murderer in 1920s Louisiana. Several one-page strips by Jeff John. Girls "Turned Into Vibrator Zombies!", script by Dori Seda and Robert Crumb, art by Terry Zwigoff; Sylvia and Bettie go to the vibrator shop. "The Love-Life of an Artist...", script and art by Dori Seda; Dori breaks up her engagement. "The Adventures of George "Murky" Murkoid," script and art by Robert Crumb; George remembers first meeting Gloria. "Life in the Night," script and art by Elinore Norflus; Dora's car breaks down. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 8-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Jan 1983 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. Several one-page strips by David Carrino and Peter Bagge. "The Axeman," script and art by Tom Bertino; An axe murderer in 1920s Louisiana. Several one-page strips by Jeff John. Girls "Turned Into Vibrator Zombies!", script by Dori Seda and Robert Crumb, art by Terry Zwigoff; Sylvia and Bettie go to the vibrator shop. "The Love-Life of an Artist...", script and art by Dori Seda; Dori breaks up her engagement. "The Adventures of George "Murky" Murkoid," script and art by Robert Crumb; George remembers first meeting Gloria. "Life in the Night," script and art by Elinore Norflus; Dora's car breaks down. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #9
    Weirdo (1981) 9
    Published Jan 1983 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Elf Squelch," script by Jane King and J.D. King, art by J.D. King; a parody of ElfQuest. "Arline 'n' Bob and That Thing In the Bedroom," script and art by Robert Crumb and Aline Kominsky-Crumb; The trials of having an infant child. "Mission Nites," script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Big Bitch is on Trashman's trail. "Cockroach Crisis," script and art by B.N. Duncan; Hannah ponders the sanctity of life. Six illustrations by Max Crumb. "I Married A Jerk," script and art by Peter Bagge; The faults of a geek husband. "The Artist Meets a Swinger or... Crabs Eating Raoul," script and art by Dori Seda; Dori's experience with swingers. "Cave Nudes," script and art by John Kricfalusi (as Billy Bunting); Flintstones parody. "Modern Boy," script and art by Dave Geary; The modern boy rails against society. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 9-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Jan 1983 by Last Gasp.

    Second Printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Elf Squelch," script by Jane King and J.D. King, art by J.D. King; a parody of ElfQuest. "Arline 'n' Bob and That Thing In the Bedroom," script and art by Robert Crumb and Aline Kominsky-Crumb; The trials of having an infant child. "Mission Nites," script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Big Bitch is on Trashman's trail. "Cockroach Crisis," script and art by B.N. Duncan; Hannah ponders the sanctity of life. Six illustrations by Max Crumb. "I Married A Jerk," script and art by Peter Bagge; The faults of a geek husband. "The Artist Meets a Swinger or... Crabs Eating Raoul," script and art by Dori Seda; Dori's experience with swingers. "Cave Nudes," script and art by John Kricfalusi (as Billy Bunting); Flintstones parody. "Modern Boy," script and art by Dave Geary; The modern boy rails against society. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Weirdo (1981) 10
    Published Jun 1987 by Last Gasp.

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    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. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 10-2ND
    Published 1993 by Last Gasp.

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    2nd Printing. 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. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Weirdo (1981) 11
    Published Dec 1985 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," script and art by Robert Crumb; The fairytale recast in middle America. Fervid Torpor biography by Bruce Carleton. Several one-page strips by Dave Carrino and Peter Bagge. "Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth," script by Peter Bagge, art by Ed Roth and Robert Williams; Portfolio of eighteen Roth illustrations; Also includes one Robert Williams ad illustration. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 11-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Dec 1985 by Last Gasp.

    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," script and art by Robert Crumb; The fairytale recast in middle America. Fervid Torpor biography by Bruce Carleton. Several one-page strips by Dave Carrino and Peter Bagge. "Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth," script by Peter Bagge, art by Ed Roth and Robert Williams; Portfolio of eighteen Roth illustrations; Also includes one Robert Williams ad illustration. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Weirdo (1981) 12
    Published Dec 1985 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Skinboy Lives in the City," script and art by Jim R. Williams; Skinboy samples city night life. Rory Hayes: An Appreciation by Bill Griffith. "Sour Grapes," script and art by Peter Bagge; Some disagreements between friends. Untitled Mode O'Day and Her Pals story, script and art by Robert Crumb; Mode's shallow attitudes are exposed. "The Rory Story," script by Rory Hayes and Bill Griffith, art by Bill Griffith; Hayes' quotes adapted to a metaphor for his life. "The Keeper of the Mind," script and art by Rory Hayes; Popoff samples a mixture of drugs. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 12-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Dec 1985 by Last Gasp.

    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Skinboy Lives in the City," script and art by Jim R. Williams; Skinboy samples city night life. Rory Hayes: An Appreciation by Bill Griffith. "Sour Grapes," script and art by Peter Bagge; Some disagreements between friends. Untitled Mode O'Day and Her Pals story, script and art by Robert Crumb; Mode's shallow attitudes are exposed. "The Rory Story," script by Rory Hayes and Bill Griffith, art by Bill Griffith; Hayes' quotes adapted to a metaphor for his life. "The Keeper of the Mind," script and art by Rory Hayes; Popoff samples a mixture of drugs. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Weirdo (1981) 13
    Published Jun 1985 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. Sixteen illustrations by Raymond Pettibon. "Battleground: Dinnertable!", script by Peter Bagge, art by David Coulson; The dysfunctional family at the dinner table. Eleven paintings by Robert Williams. "Police May Have Erred in Slaying!", script and art by Carel Moiseiwitsch; The police kill the wrong person. "Jazzer Bunch," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; The Bunch takes up aerobics. "Psychopathia Sexualis," script by Dr. R. Von Krafft-Ebing and Robert Crumb, art by Robert Crumb; Several cases of sexual pathology are illustrated using excerpts from Dr. R. Von Krafft-Ebing's "Psychopathia Sexualis." "In My Room," script and art by Peter Bagge; The loner in his room. Twelve musical cartoons by Arne Hultine. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Weirdo (1981) 14
    Published Sep 1985 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Gob," script and art by Dennis Worden (as Wordo); the life of a monster. Legends from the Malay Archipelago article by Bruce Carleton. "Where Has It Gone, All the Beautiful Music of Our Grandparents?", script and art by Robert Crumb; Crumb bemoans modern popular music. Several one-page strips by David Carrino and Peter Bagge. Untitled The Checkered Demon story, script and art by S. Clay Wilson. "The Tot," script and art by Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis; A priest plots to become archbishop. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 14-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Sep 1985 by Last Gasp.

    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Gob," script and art by Dennis Worden (as Wordo); the life of a monster. Legends from the Malay Archipelago article by Bruce Carleton. "Where Has It Gone, All the Beautiful Music of Our Grandparents?", script and art by Robert Crumb; Crumb bemoans modern popular music. Several one-page strips by David Carrino and Peter Bagge. Untitled The Checkered Demon story, script and art by S. Clay Wilson. "The Tot," script and art by Kazimieras G. Prapuolenis; A priest plots to become archbishop. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Weirdo (1981) 15
    Published 1986 (est.) by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by J.D. King. "Comics From Other Planets Dept.," script and art by Robert Crumb; Untitled Ruby the Dyke story, script and art by S. Clay Wilson; Ruby takes revenge on a rapist. "Famous People in Hell," script by Joe O., art by Dori Seda. "Here it is! The grand results of Weirdo's Ugly Art Contest!" (five pages of illustrations). "I Was a Teenage Fishlip," script and art by Cameron Striewski; The horrors of big lips in high school. Eight assorted cartoons by Robert Crumb. "Uncle Hal," script and art by Peter Bagge; Uncle Hal's religion. Twenty-three small illustrations and one brief text piece by Raymond Pettibon. "Murder on the Midway," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie recollects her past. Crumb's comment on Ayn Rand on back cover. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 15-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Jan 1986 by Last Gasp.

    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by J.D. King. "Comics From Other Planets Dept.," script and art by Robert Crumb; Untitled Ruby the Dyke story, script and art by S. Clay Wilson; Ruby takes revenge on a rapist. "Famous People in Hell," script by Joe O., art by Dori Seda. "Here it is! The grand results of Weirdo's Ugly Art Contest!" (five pages of illustrations). "I Was a Teenage Fishlip," script and art by Cameron Striewski; The horrors of big lips in high school. Eight assorted cartoons by Robert Crumb. "Uncle Hal," script and art by Peter Bagge; Uncle Hal's religion. Twenty-three small illustrations and one brief text piece by Raymond Pettibon. "Murder on the Midway," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie recollects her past. Crumb's comment on Ayn Rand on back cover. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #16
    Weirdo (1981) 16
    Published 1986 (est.) by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by Mark Zingarelli. "The Lord Of Eltingville and His Pal Frank Sinatra," script and art by Drew Friedman. Untitled autobiographical strip, script by Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Robert Crumb; Aline admires her newly slim body and criticizes Robert's flabby stomach; Robert ponders how explicit this comic should be; The couple goes out in the yard to cut the weeds. "Fishlip Gets a Haircut," script and art by Cameron Striewski. "Fatal Fellatio," script by Dennis Eichhorn, art by Carel Moiseiwitsch. "A Day in the Life of Jeff, Jeff and Mike," script and art by David Collier; An irate parent interrupts the guys hanging out. Punk Magazine Revisited! article by Michael Macrone. "The Mystic Shrine," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie learns the secret of the mystic shrine. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 16-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Feb 1986 by Last Gasp.

    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. One-page strips by Mark Zingarelli. "The Lord Of Eltingville and His Pal Frank Sinatra," script and art by Drew Friedman. Untitled autobiographical strip, script by Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Robert Crumb; Aline admires her newly slim body and criticizes Robert's flabby stomach; Robert ponders how explicit this comic should be; The couple goes out in the yard to cut the weeds. "Fishlip Gets a Haircut," script and art by Cameron Striewski. "Fatal Fellatio," script by Dennis Eichhorn, art by Carel Moiseiwitsch. "A Day in the Life of Jeff, Jeff and Mike," script and art by David Collier; An irate parent interrupts the guys hanging out. Punk Magazine Revisited! article by Michael Macrone. "The Mystic Shrine," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie learns the secret of the mystic shrine. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #17
    Weirdo (1981) 17
    Published 1987 (est.) by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. Art Art Art, script and art by M.A. McMillan; Lol prevents a leak disrupting a gallery show. The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick, script by Philip K. Dick and Robert Crumb, art by Robert Crumb; Crumb illustrates Dick's testimony of some strange experiences. A New (Not Old) Adventure!, script and art by J.D. King; Bill and Phil take against old folk. Drunk Driving, script and art by Ken Weiner; Farmer Brown has a succession of car accidents. DiDi Has an Orgasm, script and art by Diane Noomin; DiDi is tired of her usual sex life. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #17-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 17-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published 1993 by Last Gasp.

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    2nd Printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. Art Art Art, script and art by M.A. McMillan; Lol prevents a leak disrupting a gallery show. The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick, script by Philip K. Dick and Robert Crumb, art by Robert Crumb; Crumb illustrates Dick's testimony of some strange experiences. A New (Not Old) Adventure!, script and art by J.D. King; Bill and Phil take against old folk. Drunk Driving, script and art by Ken Weiner; Farmer Brown has a succession of car accidents. DiDi Has an Orgasm, script and art by Diane Noomin; DiDi is tired of her usual sex life. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #18
    Weirdo (1981) 18
    Published Apr 1987 by Last Gasp.

    Last $2.50 cover price. Cover by Robert Crumb. "Glitz To Go," script and art by Diane Noomin; Rundown of assorted fashions. "A Warning from Peter Bagge"; Bagge repents for his editorial stint. Untitled Mode O'Day story, script and art by Robert Crumb; Mode is offered a part in a film. "The Second Time Around" biographical text, script and art by Justin Green; Binky meets a fellow sign painter in a bar and offers to help him out. "Deep Thoughts from My Kitchen," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Aline's daily routine. "Cleanliness is Next to Dogliness!!", script and art by Dori Seda; Life with Tona. Untitled story, script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Big Bitch steals the formula for Coke. "The Schlep Set," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; A trip to France. The Valmor Story autobiographical article by Terry Zwigoff. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #19
    Weirdo (1981) 19
    Published May 1987 by Last Gasp.

    First $2.95 cover price. Cover by Robert Crumb. "The Sufferin' Bastard," script and art by Peter Bagge; The unlucky life of a punch cup. Debut column by Harvey Pekar praising the work of Frank Stack. "Thinking About the Lone Ranger," script and art by Frank Stack (as Foolbert Sturgeon); Musings on the Lone Ranger's possible fallibility. "Ten Dollars for Two Minutes," script and art by Penny Moran Van Horn; A seedy landlord comes a cropper. "Mother Hulda," script and art by Robert Crumb; A young girl receives her just reward and so does her stepsister. "The Talker," script and art by Mark Zingarelli; The thug in the restaurant is unnerved by the man who talks to himself. "Dennis the Sullen Menace," script by Dennis Eichhorn, art by Michael Dougan; Dennis recalls his time in jail. "Young Ledicker," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie views an incident from Al's youth. "The Tunnel of Love" text story, script by Stephen Calt, art by Robert Crumb. "Sex Crazed Housewife," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #20
    Weirdo (1981) 20
    Published Jun 1987 by Last Gasp.

    Cover by Robert Crumb. "How My Family Encouraged Me to Become an Artist!", script and art by Dori Seda. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar bemoans the lack of artistically ambitious comic books. "Moo Goo Gai Pan," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Aline's family love to eat, but hate to cook. "Footsy," script and art by Robert Crumb; How Crumb played footsie with girls in his class. "The Cockeyed Cook Story," script and art by Mark Zingarelli; William Cook's life of crime. "Un-covered Property: A Short Study in Family Dynamics," script and art by Carol Tyler; The pre-pubescent Carol doesn't understand why she can't go topless. "TV Evangelist," script and art by Michael Dougan; Dougan's grandmother is fleeced of her possessions by an unscrupulous preacher. "I Had a Dream Last Nite," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21
    Weirdo (1981) 21
    Published Jul 1987 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "The Black Cat Bone," script and art by Mary Fleener; How to sacrifice a black cat. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar praises the work of Leonard Rifas and Joyce Brabner's "Real War Stories." "Beach Blanket," script and art by William Clark; Surf teenager Angie wants to experience the wider world. "Sex Crazed Housewife or My Troubles With Men," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Aline's late-flourishing attraction to men. Ten illustrations and three comics from early '85 to mid '86 by Robert Crumb. "Suburban Teens on Acid 1969," script and art by Dennis Worden. Untitled story, script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Big Bitch comes across a strange religious town. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 21-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Jul 1987 by Last Gasp.
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    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. "The Black Cat Bone," script and art by Mary Fleener; How to sacrifice a black cat. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar praises the work of Leonard Rifas and Joyce Brabner's "Real War Stories." "Beach Blanket," script and art by William Clark; Surf teenager Angie wants to experience the wider world. "Sex Crazed Housewife or My Troubles With Men," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Aline's late-flourishing attraction to men. Ten illustrations and three comics from early '85 to mid '86 by Robert Crumb. "Suburban Teens on Acid 1969," script and art by Dennis Worden. Untitled story, script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Big Bitch comes across a strange religious town. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #22
    Weirdo (1981) 22
    Published Aug 1987 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar praises the author Daniel Fuchs; The article includes a Kominsky-Crumb portrait of Harvey. "Bimbos From Hell!", script and art by Krystine Kryttre; Krystine remembers the good times she and Dori shared. "Let's Eat Brains," script and art by Dori Seda; Biff finds a recipe for brains and wants to try them. "My First Arrest, My Last Incarceration," script and art by Lindsay Arnold (as Ellé); Lindsay is arrested for swearing at a policeman. "Two Old Birds," script and art by Kim Deitch; Larry Farrel recalls a prank from his acting career. "The Return of Mrs. Kite," script and art by Carol Tyler; Carol's grandmother returns, having eloped. "Ask Dr. Bunch," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb. "Memories Are Made of This," script and art by Robert Crumb; Robert Crumb tries for a hot date in the 1970s. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.95 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #23
    Weirdo (1981) 23
    Published Sep 1987 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Our Lovely Home," script and art by Robert Crumb and Aline Kominsky-Crumb; The family settle into their new house. "Bat Girl," script and art by Ted Jouflas; Winkie's tragic life. "My First Summer Job," script and art by Tom Chalkley; Bob Lopez's summer working in a restaurant kitchen. Untitled Big Bitch story, script and art by Spain Rodriguez; The Soviets fear an invasion of fashionable footwear. "Moving Graphics featuring the Adventures of Gregory Gremlin," script and art by Lindsay Arnold (as Ellé); Lindsay recalls his days as an artist in Australian local TV in the 1960s. "Pong Wook-EE," script and art by Kim Deitch; Kewpie sees a performance from the young Doc Ledicker. "I-I-I," script and art by B.N. Duncan; Dumkovsky tries to work through his problems. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #24
    Weirdo (1981) 24
    Published Oct 1987 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar advises aspiring writers and illustrators on how to get published and questions the competence of editors and publishers. "Daily Strip," script and art by Bill Griffith; Ahead on his syndicated strip, Bill Griffith takes a vacation. "Gary's Birthday Present," script and art by Dori Seda and Don Donahue; Dori and Don clean Gary's house. "The Adventures of 'Wichita' the Rat Dancer," script and art by Robert Crumb; Soap opera with sexual content. "40," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Aline turns 40 and remembers a visit to a weight-reducing camp during childhood. "Mrs. Holla and the Magic Ring!", script and art by Kim Deitch; Buster has an alcoholic hallucination. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #24-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 24-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published Oct 1987 by Last Gasp.

    Second printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar advises aspiring writers and illustrators on how to get published and questions the competence of editors and publishers. "Daily Strip," script and art by Bill Griffith; Ahead on his syndicated strip, Bill Griffith takes a vacation. "Gary's Birthday Present," script and art by Dori Seda and Don Donahue; Dori and Don clean Gary's house. "The Adventures of 'Wichita' the Rat Dancer," script and art by Robert Crumb; Soap opera with sexual content. "40," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Aline turns 40 and remembers a visit to a weight-reducing camp during childhood. "Mrs. Holla and the Magic Ring!", script and art by Kim Deitch; Buster has an alcoholic hallucination. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $4.95. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #25
    Weirdo (1981) 25
    Published Nov 1987 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. "Let's Party," script and art by Rick Altergott; Fred and Hank have no chance with the women with the Playboy Advisor at the party. "Women," script and art by Glenn Head; Bob recounts his dysfunctional relationship with Sondra. "Stretchpants," script and art by Peter Bagge; Stretchpants discovers his calling in life. "Christmas 1,000,000 B.C.", script by J.D. King and Alice Sebold, art by J.D. King; A caveman can't decide what to give his girlfriend for Christmas. "Lost Luthor," script and art by Alexander Ross; Luther manifests in a strange place. Steven strips by Doug Allen. "I'm Grateful! I'm Grateful!", script and art by Robert Crumb; Crumb muses on the better elements of his life. "Life in These United States," script by Peter Bagge, art by Dan Clowes; The tensions simmering between friends. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #26
    Weirdo (1981) 26
    Published Dec 1987 by Last Gasp.

    Cover by Robert Crumb. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar praises the new comics journalism, including the likes of Joe Sacco, Bill Tulp and Tom Keough. "People... Ya Gotta Love 'Em!", script and art by Robert Crumb; The struggle through the great mass of humanity. "A Bird in the Beard," script and art by Penny Moran Van Horn; DJ Don has a crush on Barb. "Quaker School Q-Ties in Plan Against The Boys," script and art by Phoebe Gloeckner; A group of schoolgirls discover one of their number has reached puberty. Untitled story, script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Big Bitch acquires a formula enabling the total recall of dreams. "A Scam a Day: Growing Up as Arnie's Girl," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Arnie's brutal parenting. "Where Am I?," script and art by Roy Tompkins; A is man plagued by a violent hallucination. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #26-2ND
    Weirdo (1981) 26-2ND
    Tags: Underground
    Published 1993 by Last Gasp.

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    2nd Printing. Cover by Robert Crumb. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar praises the new comics journalism, including the likes of Joe Sacco, Bill Tulp and Tom Keough. "People... Ya Gotta Love 'Em!", script and art by Robert Crumb; The struggle through the great mass of humanity. "A Bird in the Beard," script and art by Penny Moran Van Horn; DJ Don has a crush on Barb. "Quaker School Q-Ties in Plan Against The Boys," script and art by Phoebe Gloeckner; A group of schoolgirls discover one of their number has reached puberty. Untitled story, script and art by Spain Rodriguez; Big Bitch acquires a formula enabling the total recall of dreams. "A Scam a Day: Growing Up as Arnie's Girl," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Arnie's brutal parenting. "Where Am I?," script and art by Roy Tompkins; A is man plagued by a violent hallucination. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $3.95. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #27
    Weirdo (1981) 27
    Published Jan 1988 by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. Several short strips by David Carrino and Peter Bagge. Harvey Sez column; Harvey Pekar praises Terry Laban's "Unsupervised Existence," Daniel Clowes' "Eightball" and Chester Brown's "Ed the Happy Clown"; A Kominsky-Crumb masthead illustration is included. Untitled Mode O'Day story, script and art by Robert Crumb; Mode is persuaded to become a partner in a new restaurant. "The Prince and the Art Girl," script and art by Carol Lay; Carol is wooed by a prince. "Texas Characters," script and art by Penny Moran Van Horn; Recollections of a co-worker. "Report from the Disaster Scene," script and art by Lloyd Dangle; Lloyd's prelude to the 1989 San Francisco earthquake. "Merci Areevwahr Ameriker," script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Aline's observations about what's being left behind in the USA. "Oh, Baby," script and art by Art Spiegelman and Charles Burns. 44 pgs., B&W. 8-in. x 11-in. $2.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #28
    Weirdo (1981) 28
    Published 1988 (est.) by Last Gasp.

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    Cover by Robert Crumb. The Snowman Comes in from the Cold, script and art by Bill Griffith; Musings on the contradictions of America. Helping the Poor, script and art by Debbie Drechsler; A Christmas visit to help the needy. USA 87, script and art by Jean-Christoph Menu; Reflections on a trip to the USA to rekindle a relationship. When the N****** Take Over America!, script and art by Robert Crumb; An extremely politically incorrect tale where black people use force of arms to take over the country and turn white people into slaves. One Nation Under God, script and art by Spain Rodriguez; The downside of free market economics. Untitled Martini Baton! story, script by David Carrino, art by Peter Bagge; Martinis final journey into Catholicism. Of What Use is a Bunch? Part II: The Never Ending Story!, script and art by Aline Kominsky-Crumb; Contrasts between French and American culture. Approximately four dozen small illustrations by Robert Armstrong. 8-in. x 11-in., 44 pages, B&W. Cover price $4.95.