1980. Xerox prints on colored paper, perfect bound. 8 ½ x 10 ¾ in. Near Fine condition. Item #4938
A unique self-published series of one-page drawings and comics by artists operating in the Bay Area and San Francisco in the late seventies and early eighties. This anthology of sorts includes multiple vignettes of characters representing Mexican-American lives in the Mission District of San Francisco by Rojelio del Fuego, pseudonym used by cartoonist Roger Brand. It might have been published by Gary Arlington who started San Francisco Comic Book Company in the sixties and is considered by many as one of the godfathers of underground comics.