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Frankfurt: Zweitausendeins, 1978. First edition, first printing. Quarto in slipcase; Gray spine with gilt lettering; VG; Mild soiling to cover (may be spotting from moisture); a few minor scratches to cover; minor staining along page edges; minor creasing to slipcase corners; minor spotting/creasing to booklet. RH Consign; Shelved above Easton.
Frankfurt: Zweitausendeins, 1984. First edition, first printing. Quarto; No slipcase; Green spine with gilt lettering; Minor creasing, edge wear, and scratching to cover; minor stress marks to spine (with small piece of spine binding missing at top); minor soiling and moisture spotting along page edges and faces (has bled onto page face on several pages); water damage to booklet.RH Consign; Shelve above Easton.
Haarlem: Atelier Swarte, 1991. First edition, first printing. Four prints of drawings created by Joost Swarte for the cover of HUMO, a popular weekly tabloid. One of the four is hand signed in pencil by the artist.VG; Minor bumping to corners of protective folder. All four prints show small patches of very slight discoloration at margins. RH Consignment; Shelved case 8 1/4.
Amsterdam: Real Free Press Foundation, 1980. Limited Edition. Large Octavo; VG; 62 pages; Black spine with no text; Light scuffing to the boards, some bumping to the corners, interior bright and clean; SIGNED by Joost on the limitations page and numbered 213 of 2000 copies; RH Consignment; Shelved case 8 1/4.
Ohio: Self Published, 1979. FIrst Edition. Staple-bound comic; VG. Minor creasing to cover. Corners very slightly rounded. Cover white, pages cream. Several pages have small cuts at lower margins from flaws in paper. Mild creasing/wrinkling of some pages (~1" in from spine). Staples original and centered, but somewhat rusted. RH Consignment; Shelved case 8 1/4.
Hancock, MA: Oily Comics, 2011-2013. First Editions. 16 staple-bound chapbooks; VG; A complete collection of the influential indie comic . Part One: “Hard to be Around”; Part Two: “Fire on the Outside"; Part Three: “Home”; Part Four “Home, Part 2”; Part Five: “Home, Part 3”; Part Six: “Worse Probably”; Part Seven: “Mother”; Part Eight: “Tulsa Goodbye”; Part Nine: “Protector”; Part Ten: “ Forever”; Part Eleven: “ Liberty”; Part Twelve: “Dad, Father”; Part Thirteen: “Living with Dad”; Part Fourteen: “Father Fucker”; Part Fifteen: “Blam”; Part Sixteen: “4-Ever." Condition: All in VG+ condition with only a crease to the lower front corner of volume 7. Shelved in Case 8 1/4. RH Consign.
Ontario: Aardvark-Vanaheim, Inc, 1992. FN; edge-wear, minor creasing in covers, and evidence of possible water damage (minor; scattered light brown water stains on a few pages/inside covers); BOOK 1--"Cerebus" (7th Printing), BOOK 2--"High Society" (6th Printing), BOOK 3--"Church & State Vol.1" (5th Printing), BOOK 4--"Church & State Vol.2" (6th Printing), BOOK 5--"Jaka's Story" (4th Printing), BOOK 6--"Melmoth" (5th Printing), BOOK 7--"Flight" (3rd Printing), BOOK 8--"Women" (3rd Printing), BOOK 9--"Reads" (2nd Printing), BOOK 10--"Minds" (Second Printing"; Includes two Greeting Cards signed by both Sim and Gerhard (found inside the books).
Austin: Limestone Publications, 1975. FN+; No.1 has mild creasing and edge wear to cover and bumping to corners, mild stress marks to spine (and old price sticker on front cover); No.2 also has minor creasing to cover (plus some minor moisture spotting) and minor wear to spine, minor wrinkling/creasing to a few pages.
San Francisco: Last Gasp, 1977. No.1 (1977) in FN condition with wrinkling/creasing to cover and some pages, stress marks to spine, and evidence of possible water damage (wrinkling to some pages); No.2 (1978) in VF condition with minor creasing/wrinkling to cover and a few pages; No.3 (1979) in VF condition with minor creasing to cover, minor abrasions/stress marks to spine.