The introduction is signed "Yoko Buncho, Sauve, France 1991." Preceded by a page of sixteen photos from the early to mid-70s.
The second edition of The Complete Crumb volume 8 (July 1997 printing) only lists Jay Lynch, Jay Kinney, Bruce Walthers and Crumb as the artists for this jam.
From Summer/Fall 1971. The catalog cover comprises of a series of tiny drawings arranged in a rectangle surrounding the ad type. Some of the figures depicted include The Marx Brothers, Mickey Mouse, Carmen Miranda, Frankenstein, a "The Shadow" comic book, a box of shredded wheat, Howdy Doody, a copy of Collier's magazine, Betty Grable, Bela Lugosi as Dracula, Al Jolson, Milton Berle, a Hoover vacuum, a dirigible, a Flash Gordon book and a Superman comic book.
Cover to the mini-comic published by Gary Arlington. Not to be confused with Zap Comix #7 (Print Mint, 1974). The price on the cover is seven cents. The drawing shows Crumb standing alongside two female Bigfeet.
From Spring 1972. The catalog cover comprises of a series of tiny drawings arranged in a rectangle surrounding the ad type. Some of the icons depicted include Harpo and Groucho Marx, Popeye, Charlie Chan, a Planet Comics cover, Clark Gable, Donald Duck, a Weird Tales comics cover, Marilyn Monroe, a Lucky Strike cigarette pack, Humphrey Bogart, FDR and Myrna Loy.