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Cheetah (1967) Magazine comic books

  • Issue #1
    Cheetah (1967) Magazine 1

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    Debut issue. One of the early great rock magazines, known for probing into the emerging rock counterculture scene with some very serious journalism. Inside is the critically acclaimed interview by editor Jules Siegel with Brian Wilson about the Beach Boys' new sound, in which Brian states, "I'm writing a teen-age symphony to God". Classic psychadelic cover art and the inside of the cover folds out to reveal a tasteful semi-nude Mama Cass "Flower Power" poster, plus a report on the future of drugs and enlightenment, Hippest colleges, and lots more. 96 pages, BW,PC. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #2
    Cheetah (1967) Magazine 2

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    One of the early great rock magazines, known for probing into the emerging rock counterculture scene with some very serious journalism. Inside of the cover folds out to reveal a Woody Allen "Support Your Local Police" poster, plus a report on the Communal Living Thing, "Getting Hip" cartoons by Lee Lorenz, and lots more. 96 pages, BW,PC. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #3
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    96 pages, BW,PC. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #4
    Cheetah (1967) Magazine 4

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    One of the early great rock magazines, known for probing into the emerging rock counterculture scene with some very serious journalism. Michael Pollard photo cover and autobiography. Inside cover folds out to reveal a calendar, plus a John Lennon article written by former Beatles publicist Derek Taylor, the U.S. Army vs the U.S. Hippies, and lots more. 80 pages, BW,PC. Cover price $0.50.