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Hurricane Nancy TP

Nancy Burton was among the earliest 1960's underground cartoonists, creating comic strips under the pen name "Hurricane Nancy" among others. Burton stopped making art in the early 1970's until 2009 when she began posting artwork online. Hurricane Nancy is the first collection of Burton's work ever published and reprints many of her comics and drawings from the 1960's in addition to her more recent work. Burton talks about the origins of her pen names, encounters with Timothy Leary and the Grateful Dead and explains why she stopped making art entirely in the 1970's. Hurricane Nancy is both a retrospective of a significant artist in the history of comics as well as a first-person account of a fascinating moment in counter-cultural America.

Nancy Burton was among the earliest 1960's underground cartoonists, creating comic strips under the pen name "Hurricane Nancy" among others. Burton stopped making art in the early 1970's until 2009 when she began posting artwork online. Hurricane Nancy is the first collection of Burton's work ever published and reprints many of her comics and drawings from the 1960's in addition to her more recent work. Burton talks about the origins of her pen names, encounters with Timothy Leary and the Grateful Dead and explains why she stopped making art entirely in the 1970's. Hurricane Nancy is both a retrospective of a significant artist in the history of comics as well as a first-person account of a fascinating moment in counter-cultural America.

CHF 35.90
ISBN: 978-1-68396-983-9
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