1st printing: 1969; 2nd printing: 1970 ? (0.50 USD); Dimensions- 6.62" x 8.75" (16.81 cm x 22.22 cm)
"Bijou Funnies, volume 1, number 3, is published by the Bijou Publishing Empire, Inc., post office box 3506, Merchandise Mart Station, Chicago, Illinois 60654. Contents copyright © 1969 by Bijou Publishing Empire, Inc. All characters are fictitious except where direct satiric purpose is intended. Reproduction of material included in this issue without written permission of the publisher is forbidden. Single copy price 50¢. We can assume no responsibility for unsolicited contributions, although we will make every effort to return them provided a stamped, self-addressed envelope is enclosed. Bijou Funnies is for adults only! This comic book is distributed nationally by The Print Mint, 830 Folger Avenue, Berkeley, California 94710."
Large illustration with indicia at bottom.
"Chicaga" is intentionally mispelled by the artist.
"Nope" was a late sixties / early seventies fanzine that ran for about a dozen issues. This story also appeared in The Complete Crumb vol. 6 (Fantagraphics)
Order info for back issues of Zap #0-4, Bijou 2-3, Yellow Dog #1-13, R. Crumb's Comics, Motor City Comics, Big Ass Comics, Radical America Komiks, Kingdom of Heaven Comics, God Nose, Feds n' Heads, Suds, Capt. Guts, Bogeyman 1, 2, Fat Lip Funnies #1, Moonchild Comics #2, S. Clay Wilson Portfolio, Changes #3, Bijou 1, 2, Mom's Homemade Comics, Witzend, Gothic Blimp Works, Tasty Comics, Captain George's Comic World
Back cover. The third printing by Kitchen Sink has Skip Williamson's "Black Icarus" in place of this one.