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Degradation! Crime! Madness! Hysteria surrounded marijuana as a perceived gateway drug from the 1930's to the 1950's and beyond. Adventure Comics, by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, and works by Frank Frazetta, Jerry Robinson, Jack Kirby, and many more, reveal the social reaction to this era of "Reefer Madness". Like the anti-drug propaganda film, these stories range from comically misinformed to soberly concerned about the influence of Mary Jane on the youth of America. Eisner and Harvey Award winner Craig Yoe brings us his newest collection of wacky, wild, and culturally relevant comics. See how marijuana was perceived in the days of ignorance before it was legalized by the visionary people of Oregon, Washington, and Colorado! See marijuana demonized as a "Satan's cigarettes" in 1950's comics!
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Undeleted Scenes presents a decade's worth of shorter works from indie comics legend Jeffrey Brown. This huge compendium contains stories from the previous collections Minisulk, Every Girl Is the End of the World for Me, and Feeble Attempts, as well as Jeffrey's work from anthologies such as Kramers Ergot and McSweeney's, plus rare material from minicomics and elsewhere, including dozens of pages of never-before-seen material. Spanning humor, autobiography, and beyond, some of Jeffrey's most beloved comics are in here -- including the fan-favorite self-parody collection Be A Man! All in all, it's an essential addition to every comic reader's Jeffrey Brown library.
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Deranged, outrageous, oddball, kitchy, crazy, depraved, and essential romance comics from the 1950s and '60s sure to blow your mind and bust your gut with laughter! Read: "I Joined a Teenage Sex Cult," "Savage Love," "Men Were My Business," "Cracked Up," "Black Marketeer," "Call Me Wicked," "I Married A Maniac," "He Called Me Jail Bait," plus a sordid story of Clown Fetish: "The Love She Didn't Want!" and many more bizarro comics!
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