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The Complete Crumb Comics Volume 8: featuring The Death of Fritz the Cat The Complete Crumb Comics Vol 8 The Death Of Fritz The Cat Continues The Multi Volume Series Comprising The Complete Works Of The Legendary Cartoonist R Crumb, One Of America S Most Original, Trenchant, And Uncompromising Satirists The Series Includes The Earliest, Heretofore Unpublished Comic Strips, As Well As His Underground Comix, Dramatic And Autobiographical Strips, And His Classic Cartoon Creations Fritz The Cat And Mr Natural This Volume Features Work From 1971 And 1972.

10 thoughts on “The Complete Crumb Comics Volume 8: featuring The Death of Fritz the Cat

  1. says:

    Eight volumes in and we re only up to 1972 Crumb has had a long and prolific career, not that it s over as I type this or anything The introduction, by Aline Kominsky Crumb, is the briefest so far In this book we get plenty of Mr Natural, jam strips, and the death of Fritz the Cat.

  2. says:

    Much of the same as the previous couple volumes I m not sure I noted an improvement in this volume The title takes itself from the final tale in the book, and the only one staring Fritz here There are a bunch of stories starting Mr Natural too many, as I m not overly interested in him I m not very interested in

  3. says:

    While I appreciate Crumb as an artist, I find most of his underground comic books to be a bit bizarre for my taste I just don t find the prospect of reading a comic about a guy who has sex with a female bigfoot in the woods to be interesting or appealing in any way I do enjoy his art sty...

  4. says:

    violent , racist, and freakishly sexual but not in any redeeming way kind of a let down even tho the sexual stuff was so intense that it was kind of entertaining

  5. says:

    hahahahahhahaha great

  6. says:

    This Crumb Collection is unmissable for anyone who remembers Zap Comix and Fritz from the sixties.

  7. says:

    Now in contrast to Vol 1 this is Crumb I have an iron stomach, and even I was offended Genre defining art meets genre defining egocentrism Que brillante

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