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Anarchy Comics was a series of underground comic books published by Last Gasp between 1978 and 1987.

Publication history

Published in 1978, 1979 , 1981, and 1987, each issue of Anarchy Comics was created by an international cast of anarchist contributors. These included Jay Kinney, Paul Mavrides, Clifford Harper, and others. Each anthology included a mixture of fiction, history, commentary, and artwork, with wide ranges in style and format. Issues #2-4 are currently out of print.

Creators

Each issue of Anarchy Comics showcased an international cast of artists who identified as anarchists, or non-sectarian socialists. The following is a list of each contributor.

  • Bertolt Brecht, contributing artist #2
  • J.R. Burnham, contributing artist #1
  • Guy Colwell, contributing artist #3
  • Adam Cornford, associate editor #3; translator, #3.
  • R. Diggs, contributing artist #4
  • Norman Dog, contributing artist #4
  • Epistoller, contributing artist #1-3
  • Matt Feazell, contributing artist #3
  • Melinda Gebbie, contributing artist #1-4
  • Clifford Harper, contributing artist #1-4
  • Albo Helm, contributing artist #3
  • Greg Irons, contributing artist, #3
  • Jay Kinney, editor, #1-3; associate editor, #4; contributing artist #1-4
  • Steve Lafler, contributing artist, #3
  • Dave Lester, contributing artist, #3
  • Berangere Lomont, translator, #1
  • Marion Lydbrook, contributing artist, #3
  • Paul Mavrides, associate editor, #3; editor, #4; contributing artist, #1-4
  • Louis Michaelson, translator, #2
  • Pete Moreno, contributing artist, #3
  • Gary Panter, contributing artist, #3
  • Benjamen Perel, contributing artist, #3
  • Peter Pontiac, contributing artist, #2-3
  • Pierre Joseph Prouden, contributing artist, #3
  • Ruby Ray, photography (cover art,) #2
  • Hal S. Robbins, contributing artist, #4
  • Spain Rodriguez, contributing artist, #1-4
  • Donald Rooum, contributing artist, #3
  • Sharon Kahn Rudhl, contributing artist, #2-3.
  • Gerhard Seyfried, contributing artist, #1,3
  • Gilbert Shelton, contributing artist, #1
  • Steve Stiles, contributing artist, #2
  • M. Trublin, contributing artist, #2-3
  • Volny, contributing artist, #1
  • Byron Werner, contributing artist, #4
  • S. Zorca, writer, #4




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