- Measures 3 ft. X 5 ft. (91.5 cm X 152.5 cm) with holes for hanging.
- Flag is individually packaged with image and header card for easy hanging.
- Unique Graphic Designs
- Officially Licensed
Robert Crumb is a leading figure in the history of American underground comics. As a child he spent hours creating elaborate storybooks with his brothers. In 1968 he began publishing Zap Comics, the series often credited with spurring the underground comics movement in America. He also drew a famous album cover for the band Big Brother and the Holding Company (featuring Janis Joplin). Other Crumb characters include Flakey Foont, Angelfood McSpade, Devil Girl, and the irascible, bearded Mr. Natural. Fritz the Cat, Crumb's comically randy feline, was the star of an X-rated 1972 movie by animator Ralph Bakshi. Crumb, a 1995 documentary by Crumb's friend Terry Zwigoff, brought the cartoonist renewed notoriety and made him a mainstream figure.