For our topic we chose the Underground Comix movement. Our posters include: Robert Crumb's timeline of comix, the Underground Comix in the United States, and the levels of explicit content in the Underground Comix. Robert Crumb was instrumental in the development of Underground Comix, so covering his works over the height of the movement seemed crucial to the informational map. The underground comix movement mainly occured in the United States, so the poster only covers the major areas where the comics were popular. The explicit content poster discusses the levels of raunchiness found in the various comics. To unify the group project we kept the same color palette and comic book fonts.
Ahrens, Lois, et al. The Real Cost of Prisons Comix. Oakland, CA: PM Press, 2008. Print.
Carlin, John. "The Real Comic Book Heroes." Tate Etc. Spring 2007: 60-9. Art Full Text. Web. 28 Nov. 2011.
Carlsson, Chris, et al. “The Rise and Fall of the Underground Comix Movement in San Francisco and Beyound.” Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-1978. Ed. Jay Kinney. San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 2011. 272-275. Print.
Estren, Mark J. A History of Underground Comics. Berkeley, CA: Ronin Pub., 1993. Print.
Hatfield, Charles. Alternative Comics: an Emerging Literature. Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi, 2006. Print.
Heller, Steven. "Here at Zap Comix." Print (New York, N.Y.) 54.3 (2000): 100-5. Art Full Text. Web. 28 Nov. 2011.
Lopes, Paul. Demanding Respect: the Evolution of the American Comic Book. Philadelphia Pa: Temple Univ., 2009. Print.
McCleary, John Bassett. Hippipe Dictionary. A Cultural Encyclopedia of the 1960s and 1970s.Berkeley, California: Ten Speed Press. 2004. Print.
RosenKranz, Patrick. Revel Visions, The Underground Comix Revolution 1963 – 1975. Seattle: Fantagraphics Books. 2002. Print.
Sorensen, Lita. Bryan Talbot. New York, NY: The Rosen Publishing Group, 2008. Print.
Wiater, Stanley and Stephen R. Bissette. Comic Book Rebels. Conversations with the Creators of the New Comics. New York: Donald I. Fine, INC. 1993. Print.
Wood, Alexander. "Early Family Life." R. Crumb's Biography. Web. 28 Nov 2011.