Arcade: The Comics Revue was a magazine-sized comics anthology created and edited by Art Spiegelman and Bill Griffith. It was published by Berkeley’s Print Mint and ran for seven issues between 1975 to 1976.
Black and white comics. Color covers by Robert Crumb and Art Spiegelman. 44 pages.
- MODERN AMERICA by R. Crumb.
- ADVANCED MOTORING TIPS #682 by Gilbert Shelton
- WHERE ARE THEY NOW? by Kim Deitch
- A COUCH IN THE SUN, The Henri Rousseau Story by Bill Griffith
- NARD n’ PAT by Jay Lynch
- WHO KILLED LENNY BRUCE by Paul Krassner with illustrations by R. Crumb
- AVERAGE DAY ON MISSION STREET by Spain
- RITA MARKEE, Pilgrim to Paradise by Michael McMillan
- ARNOLD PECK, in Back to Basics by Willy Murphy
- REAL DREAM by Art Spiegelman
- THE LABOR THEORY OF VALUE by David Cohen with illustrations by George Kuchar
- DIDI GLITZ in A Bitter Pill by Diane Noomin
- CLASSICS CRUCIFIED Prologue to Faust by Justin Green
- THE ARCADE ARCHIVES W. E. Hill
- SIDESHOW with Willy Murphy, AIdo and Bobbo, Rory Hayes, Bill Griffith, Aline Kominsky and Jay Kinney