Comic Books: Indie Publishers [RH Collection]
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Slave Labor Graphics, 1989. VF+ with light edge-wear, mild stress marks to spine (No.1 has small chip in upper spine) and discoloration of staples with slight staple tear (No.1 only issue with rust; lower staple slightly loose from cover [see Photo 5]), and bumping to corners; light spotting to covers.
Rip Off Press/Last Gap, 1982, 1989, 1993. The Lowbrow Art of Robert Williams published by Rip Off Press, 1982; Visual Addiction: The Art of Robert Williams published by Last Gasp, 1989; Views From a Tortured Libido published by Last Gasp, 1993 All 3 Books are Quartos in G+ Condition; Some edgewear and shelfwear to covers; Visual Addiction: The Art of Robert Williams has bending along the tail edge of covers and pages.
Copra Press, 2011. Number One (No.82/300) 2011 FN/VF with minor creasing to cover (lower edge of spine); mild bumping to corners; light stress marks to spine Number Two (No.253/500) 2012 FN/VF with minor creasing to cover (dent in front cover near lower edge of spine); stress marks to spine; general shelf-wear visible on back cover (along spine); single 3" scratch on back cover (next to stamp/signature) Issue Zero (No.25/400) 2013 VF- with minor creasing to cover; bumping to corners.
Gorblimey Press, 1975. Portfolio includes: "Conan of Cimmeria", "Thoth Amon", "Valeria of the Red Brotherhood", "Solomon Kane", and "Bran Mak Morn." Plates are in VF/NM condition with minor bumping to corners and minor creasing (most notably in the upper left corner and lower right corner of "Conan of Cimmeria"); "Conan" also has an area of toning in lower right corner (below "Blue Star" stamp); all five prints have a slight bleed-through (on backs) from the same "Blue Star" stamp.
Published by Author, 2004. All EIGHT issues (No.1-8) are in NM condition with only minor creasing to covers. A few issues have light stress marks to spine (No.3, 5, 6, and 7); No.7 has a small, faint abrasion on front cover (on the person's cheek) and small amount of general shelf-wear; No.8 has some bumping to corners (cover and pages) and a tiny dent along the front cover's upper edge. These self-published zines are very rare, and IMPOSSIBLE to find as a complete set.