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Rebel Visions

The Underground Comix Revolution 1963-1975
Fantagraphics / · english

This definitive chronicle is the only major historical work about the most influential artistic movement in America since the Beat Generation.
The book is centered in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district, where Crumb and the rest of his Zap cronies commingled with the rest of the city’s counter-cultural scene. The counterculture was omnipresent in San Francisco for those few years, with underground tabloids along with the music, political, and psychedelic drug scenes, all of which found a group of unlikely revolutionaries who drew cartoons right at the epicenter.

book format: paperback / pages: 292