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Drawn Together

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  • 274 Pages
  • Publisher: Knockabout Comics

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The Collected Works of Robert and Aline Crumb. Rumoured for years, Drawn Together finally charts the daily exploits and erotic craziness of this "First Couple" of comics. Who could have imagined that in 1972 when Aline Kominsky, a Long Island escapee and bodaciously talented artist, broke her foot one rainy fall day, it would result in the most unique collaboration in comics' history? Laid up in her house, she was persuaded by her nerdy, neurotic boyfriend that they pass the time drawing together a "two-man" com-ic. The result is a jaw-dropping, yet tender account, not only of the joys and challenges of a legendary marriage but the obstacles faced by struggling female artists. In Drawn Together, the foremost male-female cartooning couple recall their success at shocking America with Weirdo Magazine, the life-altering birth of their precocious daughter Sophie, as well as their astonishing move to the safe haven of France. With an irresistible introduction, a striking four-color section, and those much-beloved New Yorker cartoons, Drawn Together becomes a graphic cause-célèbre and a must have for any comics devotee. R. Crumb, the author of numerous comic works, is one of the pioneers of underground comics starting with Zap Co-mix. Aline Crumb is an underground comics artist and author of Need More Love: A Graphic Memoir. They both live in southern France.

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  • Sales Rank: 5,307
  • ISBN: 9780861661787
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