Big Apple Comix (1975) comic books 1975
1st (only) printing. Front cover art by Stu Schwartzberg, Larry Hama, Paul Kirchner, & Wally Wood. Back cover by Ralph Reese. Big Apple Comix is a one-shot, hybrid alternative/underground comic edited by Flo Steinberg (one of the first independent comics ever published), featuring stories and art about New York City. Foreword by Denny O'Neil. "The Man without a City," script by Stu Schwarzberg, inks by Marie Severin; After denouncing New York, a man is sentenced to spend the remainder of his life having no contact with the city. "My Word," script and art by Wally Wood; Wood exaggerates New York's reputation for sleaze and sex. "The Tube," script by Wally Wood, art by Al Williamson (signed); Dan Green; Brad Bickford is transported to another dimension where he is considered their long-prophesied champion. "A Nice Place to Visit, But...", script and art by Linda Fite; The contrast between New York and California. Over & Under, art by Neal Adams and Larry Hama; The contrasting lives of an office secretary and a prostitute. "The Battery's Down," script and art by Alan Weiss; A new arrival in the city experiences a rapid dose of its downside. "Lotsa Yox," script and pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Wally Wood; 1933 pilot has an unexpected encounter. "The Silent Minority," script and art by Mike Ploog; A day in the life of a hobo. "Token," script and art by Herb Trimpe; A subway token is discovered in the far distant future. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.00.
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