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Noof Unnies
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Only Printing / 1971 / 36 pages / Kenneth P. Greene
This self-published one-shot from Kenneth Greene is a fairly atrocious effort at a comic book. The comic follows a lazy, pot-smoking dog as he meanders through several scenarios that really don't go anywhere. The artwork is worse than what any decent high-school artist could achieve. There are a handful of amusing lines scattered through the book, but that's about it. The most clever thing about Noof Unnies is probably the title.
It is currently unknown how many copies of this comic book were printed. It has not been reprinted. The indicia of this book states it was published in 1970, but there is a page in the book that Kenneth Greene indicates was drawn on "Jan 1, 1971 - to the music of Chuck Berry." I have no reason to doubt Greene's statement, so I am stating the publication date is 1971.
Kenneth Greene - 1-13, 14 (collaboration), 15-36
Walter Partz - 14 (collaboration)