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Crumb played banjo, sang and wrote songs for his R.
When he first agreed to publish the strips, Kurtzman sent Crumb a letter saying “we think the little pussycat drawings you sent us were just great.
Crumb; the graphic novel Big Yum Yum Book: The Story of Oggie and the Beanstalk, which he drew in 1964, but didn’t come out until 1975. Natural, Fritz the Cat was his most popular character.
Younger generations caught them after they were collected. Bélier Press put out all the published in The Complete Fritz the Cat in In 1978.
A childhood friend named Marty Pahls called Crumb "a poseur” with "few friends and no sex life” who spent “so many hours at school or on the job” at American Greetings, that he “escaped' by drawing home-made comics.” Crumb's cartoons evoked the counterculture, the uncultured, the swinging sixties, the roaring twenties, street life and his family pets. Former Mad editor Harvey Kurtzman Harvey Kurtzman picked up stories like “Hey, Ol’ Cat!
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