More than 30 years after the start of the series, a new issue! Surrealist “Blobman” funnies by Moscoso, S. Clay Wilson’s “Star-eyed Stella,” and Checkered Demon pay visits to “Rotting Zombiesville.” Spain has a hot date with Linda Blair. Plus Gilbert Shelton, jam comix and new team member Paul Mavrides.
Started in 1968 by Robert Crumb who drew the two first issues (#0 and #1), Zap Comixintroduced readers to the genre of Underground Comix. The first five issues defined the scope of the new art, inspired by but completely detached from previous comics styles —Zap artists became the reference for a new generation of cartoonists. R. Crumb, S. Clay Wilson, Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin, Gilbert Shelton, Spain Rodriguez and Robert Williams changed the face of comics, lifting them from the confines of the Comics Code to the rank of recognized art form.
Zap #14 also features artist Paul Mavrides.
52 page black and white comic with color covers
Last Gasp, 1998