*Undergrounds: Around 75 new listings to our collection of counter-culture classics. There’s a deluge of US original undergounds which flourished in the Seventies – Anarchy, Anomaly, Barefootz Funnies, Class War, Dr. Wirtham’s Comix & Stories, Greaser, Harold Hedd: Hitler’s Cocaine, Human Drama, Man, Middle Class Fantasies, Phoebe & the Pigeon People, Quack!, Rip Off, Slow Death, Snoid, Spaced, Spasm, Tales from the Leather Nun, Trina’s Women and The Best of Wimmen’s Comix & Other Comix by Women. There’s a selection of British Undergrounds, which started by reprinting the American material, often under the ‘Cozmic Comics’ imprint – Bijou Funnies, Half-Assed, Serious Comics, Tales From the Fridge – but grew into a thriving array of original talent, with the Knockabout Comics anthology and the occasional one-off like Lion & Lamb and Blackhill Bullshit. Then there are selected independent titles which arose in the 80s and 90s owing their roots to a fusion of the Underground and mainstream movements – Omaha the Cat Dancer, Steve Ditko’s Avenging Tales and Weirdo. A cornucopia of class and crass – frequently in the pages of the same comic!