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The Complete Crumb Comics: The Death of Fritz the Cat (Anglais) Relié – juin 1992

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great early '70s Crumb 8 décembre 2013
Par Ron Dagwell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Some of my favorite Crumb stories in here, and for a while this one was hard to get and fetching (or trying to) big bucks. It was with a great sigh of relief I saw it back in print. I ordered it immediately and it came not long after. I only need the last two and (maybe) the first two, used (I already have pdfs of them).
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 24 janvier 2017
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excellent condition
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 25 février 2015
Par BG - Publié sur Amazon.com
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it's crumb, what else can you say.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fritz Is Dead --- Long Live Fritz! 13 août 2000
Par R Walmsley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
In this entry in the series, the lid is literally ripped from Crumb's psyche, revealing the seething id beneath. Gone are the playful sex fantasies from his earlier work, replaced by dark fantasies that are at times hostile ('Eggs Ackley'), nihilistic ('Jumpin' Jack Flash') and embittered ('The Confessions Of R. Crumb'). These are comix that would easily alienate his hippy admirers, weaned on the psychedelic whimsy of the East Village Other or Yarrowstalks. It was during this period (1971 - 72) that Crumb revamped many of his characters, immersing them into a society shadowed by Nixon/Vietnam-era pessimissism. Projunior. Whiteman. Mr. Natural. Each character struggles with societal dilemmas, torn between hopelessly trying to correct a rigged system and just not giving a damn. Even sly & savvy Fritz the Cat- Crumb's alter ego- finds himself collapsing under the fickle weight of fame and, in the final panel, dead- an icepick through the brain courtesy of a jealous lover. This is pretty strong meat. And a brilliant time capsule of the social consciousness of the early 70's. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic Crumb 16 juin 2000
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I would argue that Robert Crumb is the greatest living cartoonist, that Fantagraphics is the best publisher of serious cartooning, and that The Complete Crumb is the best reprint of Crumb. (I would also argue that anyone who seriously disparages The Complete Crumb is either woefully misinformed, has some kind of hidden agenda, or believes that eating fried dough while listening to his complete collection of The Captain and Tennille albums will inevitably lead him to spiritual enlightenment).

Which is not to say, that The Complete Crumb doesn't pose some problems for the completist collector. The prolific Crumb has published prolifically as well - everything from collections of doodles on restaurant placemats to sketchbook excerpts to Heroes of the Blues trading cards... There are collections of his letters on the market and an R. Crumb checklist, as well as a reprint of the classic anthology, R. Crumb's Head Comix, a coffee table art book, and R. Crumb's Carload o' Comix. What's the complete Crumb? Depends on how you spell anal-retentive.

But you won't go wrong with the Fantagraphics collections. They're well-designed and each contains an excellent introduction. And, Crumb participated fully in this endeavor, by the way. Tune in to the artist who critic Robert Hughes called "America's Hogarth".
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