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solid writing
skilled art
historical bonus 2
total score 7
Monday Funnies #4
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Only Printing / November, 1977 / 16 pages / Monday Funnies
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REVIEW SCORE 6
The swan song of Monday Funnies is the Christmas Issue, which features the intriguing final story of Business Man (a great episode at the office Christmas party) and a slew of other fair to quite good comics. It also shows off a hint of Art Brut-style stuff, which might have led to more intriguing possibilities had the series continued.

Monday Funnies doesn't get a great review score because, like so many underground anthologies, the weaker work brings the score down, but the parts of it that stand out are certainly worth reading.
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HISTORICAL FOOTNOTES:
It is currently unknown how many copies of this comic tabloid were printed. I would say probably not more than a couple thousand. It has not been reprinted
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COMIC CREATORS:
Wes Jenkins - cover, 2, 15
Mark Rademacher - 3, 10, 16
Jon Pearson - 4
Dave DeLuca - 5 (collaboration)
Julene DeLuca - 5 (collaboration)
Lance Hughes - 6
Raffaelo - 7
Jim Pearson - 8 (shared), 14
Steven Veltman - 8 (shared)
M. Manning - 9 (shared)
D. Zaslow - 9 (shared)
Normand Cousineau - 9 (shared), 10
David Manning - 11
Kevin Brady - 12
Chris Juricich - 13