underground comix


Underground Comix Art From Graham Nash Collection Brings In Big Bucks

Crumb, the prolific artist most known for his underground comix movement, including Zap Comix He also gave the world the counter culture characters Fritz the Cat and Mr Natural Original artwork from him is always fun to come by, and they command top dollar when for sale At the most recent Heritage Signature Auction, his[...]

'Life Is Messy' – Peter Bagge Talks Hate!, Political Cartoons, And Woman Rebel

By Cat Taylor I would be amazed if there is anyone who reads Bleeding Cool who hasn't heard of Peter Bagge. Although he is a primarily a comic book creator for independent publishers such as Fantagraphics, he has become a well-known figure among fans. His comic series, Hate!, made him a popular figure among comic […]

Cyberpunk's Influence On Brian Wood's Channel Zero And The Couriers

He positioned himself as outside the comic mainstream, taking inspiration as well from the Underground Comixs of the 1960s and 1970s. The Comix movement of 1968-1975 involved small press or self-published comic books that were often socially relevant or satirical in nature They differed, according to Todd Hignite in his In the Studio: Visits with Contemporary[...]