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Fresca Zizis

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Melinda Gebbie, Alan Moore's collaborator on LOST GIRLS, was a regulator contributor to Wimmen's Comix, Anarchy Comics and other mid 70s Underground publications. This is her first solor work. Are you willing to go off the Deep End? This book was banned in the UK when Knockabout tried to import it there. Good fun.
Comic, 36 pages
Published December 1977 by Last Gasp
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Oct 26, 2015 Kim rated it really liked it
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Female underground comics are avant-garde, unlike male avant-garde. Moreover, she is a very good artist.
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Melinda Gebbie is an American artist and writer which work has been mostly in comics. Probably her best known works is the graphic novel in three volumes: Lost Girls. She produced it in collaboration with writer (and actual husband) Alan Moore.
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