A May 2002 seven-page article that includes five photos- Williams sitting at his desk working on the cover to Cocaine Comix #3; Williams, Griffin, Wilson and Thomas posing for a picture; Williams in his 1932 Ford Roaster; a 1989 photo of Williams and Crumb; Williams and Suzanne in front of her 1934 Ford Sedan. Also included are the following drawings: the first ever image of Coochy Cooty (1969); Suzanne Williams illustration from Coochy Cooty Men's Comix #1; William's half panel contribution to Nard 'n' Pat #1 (1974); an invitation drawn by Robert for a “Best of the West” gallery show; two self portraits from Arcade #3 and 4; his one-panel contribution to Zap #14 from the “(Self-) Important Comics” jam comic; finally, a sketch of Old North Hall, LACC (1963).
The caption in the book incorrectly states that this appeared in L.A. Comix #2. Originally a poster, its first comic book appearance was actually in Cocaine Comix #2.
A jam page from June 1970.
Sound Finger was a pulp porn magazine that employed a number of underground artists during the late 60s/early 70s
Made for the Los Angeles Times's Sunday magazine circa mid-1970s
A poster made for the Santa Monica Graphic Arts Festival in 1983
“Dedicated to the memory of Rick Griffin – surf's up!”