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crash street kidds
 
brilliant writing
competent art
historical bonus 2
total score 8
Th' Crash Street Kidds
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Only Printing / July, 1977 / 28 pages / Crash Street Enterprises
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REVIEW SCORE 9
This is one of those little-known, rarely coveted underground comic books that is well worth tracking down. Th' Crash Street Kidds is comprised entirely of comic stories from Jim Brocius, and they appear to be based on some real-life experiences. The comics are infused with lots of drug use and talk about sex, but there isn't anything pornographic here. The drawing is fairly mediocre, too, though it does have a certain charm. What Brocius and Th' Crash Street Kidds does exceptionally well is present a slice of life from the mid-70s drug culture with a sharp sense of humor.
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HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES:

It is currently unknown how many copies of this comic book were printed. It has not been reprinted.
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COMIC CREATOR:
Jim Brocius - 1-28