This issue has variants.
1st printing: ? (2.50 USD); 2nd printing: ? (3.95 USD)
Cover design resembles early issues of Mad as a Magazine. Letters page includes comments from Jay Lynch, Larry Marder and Drew Friedman. Robert Crumb's final issue as editor
Includes letters from Tom Christopher (Vashon, WA); Jay Lynch; Dave Kempker (Folsom, CA); Maxon Crumb; Roger Carrington (Fairfax, CA); Don Kochi (Los Angeles); Larry Marder; Joe Paulino (Berkeley, CA); Geoff Burkman (Dayton, OH); Rudy Rucker (Lynchburg, VA); Jean-Francois Duval; John Jayman (Montague, Mass); C.S. Duncan (Orland, CA); Drew Friedman; Dan Slavin (Cerritos, CA); George Parsons (Nevada City, CA); John Terrorist (NY, NY).
The masthead drawing and a spot illustration only are reprinted in The Complete Crumb vol. 15.
Ad for back issues of this magazine.
A parody of the then popular Elf-Quest
Six illustrations. The titles are "Psychotic Fit on One Leg;" "Execution of Woman Communist Reactionary Police- Wuhan, China, 1927;" "Sex Act of the Aborigines;" "Dead Animal Smell and the Beloved;" "Dance of the Chinese Exhibitionist;" "St. Lazarus Contemplating the Image of a Goose."
Sent anonymously to the magazine by an employee at Hanna-Barbera Productions. A note that was included with it stated: "A fine funny fellow pinned copies of this up all over the producer's wing at H&B in order to create havoc and chaos. Nothing was ever said about them, but all were gone within an hour."
Strip concludes on the back cover. In b&w except for the final page.