ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.
ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.

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ARCADE - The Comics Revue #1-7 (Berkeley, CA: The Print Mint, Spring 1975-Fall 1976) - all published.

First (and only) printings. Stapled colour glossy wrps., each 42pp.-52pp. Minor rubbing to some issues, o/w Near Fine.

Contributors include co-editors Art Spiegelman and Bill Griffith; Robert Crumb (five front covers); Victor Moscoso; Jay Lynch; Kim Deitch; Paul Krassner; Jay Kinney; Gilbert Shelton; Aline Kominsky; George Kuchar; Spain Rodriguez; Rory Hayes; Robert Williams; Willy Murphy; Mark Beyer; Charles Bukowski ("Bop Bop Against That Curtain", 3pp., illustrated by Crumb); and William Burroughs ("Fun City in Ba'Dan", illustrated by S. Clay Wilson, the first appearance of material that would form part of "Cities of the Red Night"). Arcade came to be regarded as a final act of glorious valediction from the original generation of underground comix artists.

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