An unpublished Crumb self portrait from 1983 is included.
The Bagge introduction is signed and dated December 12, 2000.
Eighteen illustrations of varying sizes, most in color. The Klezmorim - "Streets of Gold" (1978 album cover, Arhoolie #3011); "Charley's Choice" (record label sticker); A small b&w portrait of Alain Weill; The Otis Brothers (album cover, Flying Crow Records, catalog #FC103); A 1985 Louie Bluie movie poster; Four book covers- "Bring Me Your Love" and "There's No Business" by Charles Bukowski; "Texas Crude: The How-To on Talkin' Texan" by Ken Weaver and "The Monkey Wrench Gang" by Edward Abbey (tenth anniversary edition); Six 1983 2.25 inch Kitchen Sink Press pinback buttons (All are individually numbered: Real Gone Goose (#113, circled #9 of set of 11); "Housetop" Howard (#114, circled #2); Fuzzy the Bunny (#115, circled #11); Pasternak Q. Punk (#116, circled #3); "Piggy" Hog (#117, circled #7); Little Billy Hunker-Snucker (#118, circled #1)); Two unpublished 1984 Sophie Crumb pastel caricatures- "I don't want to go to bed!;" "Sophie Almost 2 Years Old;" A "Wild Family Orchestra" record label (Yolo Records #001, 1979)
Two separate illustrations
A Last Gasp advertisement for Crumb sketchbooks, note cards and comic books.
Four small illustrations. "Merry Christmas" (a Crumb family holiday card shows Santa Claus on a ladder pulling fruit from a tree); "To Rye- Carol Engberg in Her Pop-Art Bathing Suit;" Two self-portraits- "Tom: Have admired your artwork over the years man you do some tight stuff!" (a postcard from the Tom Parker book "Rules of Thumb"); "Self-Portrait of R. Crumb" (same drawing was used in this book's table of contents page)
Approximately seventy-five illustrations. A 1982 Bukowski promotional portrait for Black Sparrow Press; Four illustrations from Bukowski's "Bring Me Your Love" and six from "There's No Business" include the title pages and Bukowski captions; Twenty from Ken Weaver's "Texas Crude" with captions and/or dialogue; "Pepper & Stern Rare Books, Inc." catalog cover; "Pssst! Hey! C'mere! I got somethin' I wanna show ya!!" (poster advertisement for The Magazine, a San Francisco used bookstore. Circa 1984. Same character from the inside front cover of Weirdo #9); "Meeting with Remarkable Cat Ladies" (four illustrations from CoEvolution Quarterly); Thirty-nine illustrations from Edward Abbey's "The Monkey Wrench Gang," seven with captions
Eight illustrations- "You are invited to attend a party to celebrate the marriage of Tom Arons & Karen Olson" (1983); "Musical Barbecue at the Crumb Ranch" (1982); "Annual Burritos, Beer and Cheer" (A 1984 Last Gasp holiday party invitation); "Look what we harvested!! It's a Boy!" (A 1984 birth announcement); "You are invited to a Baby Shower for Julie McNamara;" "I'm having a blast this Christmas!!" (A Crumb family holiday card from 1984 drawn by all three); Two 1984 illustrations from The Whole Earth Catalog- a kid playing a "Piranha" arcade game; "Good to have you with us, B-102-4336!"
A 1984 jam poster made for the San Francisco Chronicle that combines comics with illustrations. O'Neill's contribution is a four panel untitled strip with this first line of dialogue: "My "informed" source, Uncle Benny, lives in the alley behind the Fairmont..." Crabb's story is titled "As the World Burns." Moscoso supplies an untitled illustration. Crumb's illustration is titled "20,000 of His Most Intimate Friends"