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average writing
skilled art
historical bonus 3
total score 6
tasty comix _ Tasty Comix 2
Tasty Comix #1
Tasty Comix #2
REVIEW SCORE: 6
REVIEW SCORE: 6
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Tasty Comix
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1969-1970 / Washington Free Community
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After the birth of the underground comix era in San Francisco in February 1968, counterculture artists in cities across the nation jumped in with their own versions of the revolution. Washington D.C. certainly didn't miss the trend, as members of the Washington Free Community Artists Co-Op produced Tasty Comix, a two-issue anthology. These artists were young, mostly college-age people without professional credentials, but the contents of both books deliver some quintessential underground comic stories, most of them obviously influenced by some heavy drugs. Some of the art is good, some not-so-good, but it's all very representative of the times.