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Bijou Funnies 7 1st
excellent writing
exceptional art
historical bonus 3
total score 8
Bijou Funnies #7
2nd Printing / November, 1972 / 36 Pages / Kitchen Sink

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There are two printings of Bijou Funnies #7, both by Kitchen Sink Enterprises and both with 50-cent cover prices. The 1st printing (20,000 copies) states "First Printing: April, 1972" on the inside front cover. The 2nd printing (10,000 copies) states "Krupp Printing number 5432" on the inside front cover. Comixjoint Tell: There is a long (approximately three-inch), thin printing error line on all copies of the 2nd printing in the upper left corner of the front cover, running parallel to the spine, that does not appear on the 1st printing.
Jay Lynch - (editor) 13-17, 20-22, 24, 36
Art Spiegelman - 1, 7-11, 23
Robert Crumb - 2
Skip Williamson - 3-6, 12, 18, 19, 25
Evert Geradts - 26-27
Justin Green - 29, 32-34
Dan Clyne - 30, 31

bijou 7 2nd
2nd Printing
50-cent cover, states
print edition on IFC,
line on front cover.