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solid writing
skilled art
historical bonus 2
total score 7
Monday Funnies #4
Only Printing / November, 1977 / 16 pages / Monday Funnies
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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.
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

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