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8 no. : chiefly illustrations. Frequency: Irregular. Vol. 1, no. 1-v. 1, no. 8. Bijou Funnies was an American underground comix magazine which published eight issues between 1968 and 1973. Edited by Chicago-based cartoonist Jay Lynch, Bijou Funnies featured work by the core group of Lynch, Skip Williamson, Robert Crumb, and Jay Kinney, as well as Art Spiegelman, Gilbert Shelton, Justin Green, and Kim Deitch. Bijou Funnies was heavily influenced by Mad magazine, and, along with Zap Comix, is considered one of the titles to launch the underground comix movement.--Wikipedia. Color cover illustrations, b&w interiors. Library has vol. 1, nos. 2, 4, 6. Nos. 4 & 6 in poor condition. The Adler Archive of Underground Comix, Gift of Bill Adler.

Publication Date

Fall 11-1-1972

Imprint / Year

Chicago, Illinois : Bijou Publishing Empire, ©1968-©1973.


23 cm

RISD Fleet Library Catalog Record


Bijou Publishing Empire




comix, comic book, comics, underground comix, Adler Archive of Underground Comix


Book and Paper


©Chicago, Illinois : Bijou Publishing Empire, ©1968-©1973.

Bijou Funnies, No. 2



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