From 1974, it’s the fat and juicy seventh issue of the premier Underground Comic.
Sangrella by Spain
The Adventure’s of Fat Freddy’s Cat by Gilbert Shelton
Mr. Natural Meets “The Kid” & R. Crumb Presents R. Crumb by Robert Crumb
Hookin’ & Jabbin’ with Zeak the Zuke & ‘The Mentor in the Mason Jar’ by Robt. Williams
Futuristic Glimpse, Rough Trade Lib & More by S. Claw Wilson
Untitled strips by Rick Griffin and Victor Moscoso
Started in 1968 by Robert Crumb who drew the two first issues (#0 & 1), Zap Comix introduced readers to the new genre of Underground Comix. The first five issues defined the scope of the new art, inspired by but completely detached from any previous comic style, Zap artists became the reference for a new generation of cartoonists. 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.
Color Covers, black and white interior. Cover art by Spain Rodriguez (Front) and Victor Moscoso (Back). Inside cover art by S. Claw Wilson.
48 page black and white comic with color covers
Last Gasp, 1974 (fifth printing)