The Graphic Art of the Underground: A Countercultural History takes the reader on a dazzling journey through the visual art and design of alternative and youth cultures from the 1950s to the present day.
Back in print in a new 2009 softcover edition after a several-year absence, the 12th volume of The Complete Crumb spotlights Crumb’s first collaborations with national treasure Harvey Pekar, which appeared in the legendary American Splendor. Learn More
Starring Fritz the Cat includes Crumb's classic original Fritz stories from 1965, including "Fritz Bugs Out" and "Fritz the Cat, Special Agent for the CIA," the first two "real" stories in the Fritz canon, as well as 'Fritz the Cat, Ace Statesman,' four pages of a previously unpublished Fritz story, and several Fritz illos never before printed in color. Learn More
He ruffled the religious establishment's feathers last fall with Genesis. Now Denis Kitchen presents R. Crumb Trading Cards from the underground comics master himself, to kick off the BOOM! Town imprint. Learn More
Spanning the most formative era of his life, from the painful years of adolescence to the fame and fortune of early adulthood, this collection of personal correspondences with two near-lifelong friends sheds light on the artistic development, bitter struggle, and ultimate triumph of the world’s greatest living cartoonist. Learn More