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Graphic Novels
  • Author:
    Robert Crumb
  • ISBN:
    1606995588
  • ISBN13:
    978-1606995587
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  • Publisher:
    Fantagraphics Books; Two edition (March 20, 2012)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Graphic Novels
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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It turns out that when the subtitle says "The Early Years of Bitter Struggle," it isn't kidding.

The strips in this book were all done when Crumb was 16 to about 19 years old. Even at a young age, his command of comic timing and character humor is impressive. Also, for those who have seen Terry Zwigoff's film, Crumb, notice how, towards the end of the book, you can see evidence of Charles' runaway wrinkle technique beginning to take over. It turns out that when the subtitle says "The Early Years of Bitter Struggle," it isn't kidding. This is a collection of neonatal comics from when Crumb was in high school.

Crumb before he became the most radical, polarizing and influential cartoonist of the late 20th century

Crumb before he became the most radical, polarizing and influential cartoonist of the late 20th century. Jeet Heer, The Comics Journal. Born in Philadelphia, R. Crumb is the author of numerous comic works and one of the pioneers of underground comics and arguably one of the most famous cartoonists in history. His books include The Book of Genesis Illustrated by R. Crumb, and many more. He lives in the south of France with his wife, the artist Aline Kominsky-Crumb.

Now, this landmark volume of Robert Crumb’s formative years not only returns . Growing up, Robert and his brother Charles often created their own comic books. The Early Years of Bitter Struggle.

Growing up, Robert and his brother Charles often created their own comic books. What hasn’t comprises much of the first two volumes of The Complete Crumb series. The Complete Crumb Comics.

The Complete Crumb Comics Vol. 1: "The Early Years of Bitter Struggle"includes several early Fritz the Cat stories (. Animal Town Comics"), and the classic "Treasure Island Days" (as seen in the Crumb film) and is rounded out with other strips, diary entries and sketches that will be a treasure trove for Crumb fans, all defining work from.

ENG. Number of Pages. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 1. 8 x . 2 Inches.

This long out-of-print volume collects Crumb's earliest comic efforts. This long out-of-print first volume of the multiple Harvey and Eisner award-winning Complete Crumb Comics series has been one of our most demanded reprints of the last several years

This long out-of-print volume collects Crumb's earliest comic efforts. This long out-of-print first volume of the multiple Harvey and Eisner award-winning Complete Crumb Comics series has been one of our most demanded reprints of the last several years.

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The Complete Crumb Comics Vol. 1: “The Early Years of Bitter Struggle”includes several early Fritz the Cat stories (a.k.a. “Animal Town Comics”), and the classic “Treasure Island Days” (as seen in the Crumb film) and is rounded out with other strips, diary entries and sketches that will be a treasure trove for Crumb fans, all defining work from Crumb’s formative years as a cartoonist, spanning the years 1958-1962 (when Crumb was ages 15-19) and featuring material from other “home-made” comics of the era.

Felhalar
I can see this is very early work and I can appreciate that as a artist. My only issue is I read from other reviews that the middle of the book, which is consistent with color cover pages, are not at the beginning of whatever story they belong to. Rather than that this book does nothing more than inspire me.
Bladebringer
Wow I can't believe the great Crumb saved all these treasures. They show the precursor of genius and a lot if insight into how and why he became the great pop artist and social observer. And talk about passion! He regularly cranked out juvenile comics in the midst of his eccentric family life. A lot of the material is personal teenage angst but also commentary on current events. We see the early evolution of his classic style. Quite fascinating.
HeonIc
Volume 1 is right!!! These are from when he was like 10 years old. Nevertheless, a must for any Crumb fan with a Crumb collection.
Xig
Arrived very early. Was well packaged. Opened up and was in perfect shape. Very funny adult humor. Clear crisp and colorful pictures. Would recommend.
Xtreem
hours worth of reading
Visonima
artistically and thematically puerile, stunted and immature, but worth every penny and second of time because you can see the Beginning of decades of brilliance
Qane
Had seen R. Crumb comics on the internet and thought they were good. I guess the early years weren't as good as the later years. Couldn't really find anything entertaining about this volume.
The description is correct. "Early years" as in 8th grade.