Sound On Sight Radio Rewind: Episode 33 – Harvey Pekar & The Undergound Comix Movement
The term “alternative comics” is one of several labels applied to a range of comics that have appeared since about 1980, in the wake of the undergound comix movement of the late 1960s and early 70s. Typically, these are authored independently by a single creator; they are aimed at adult readers and are often formally experimental. The works in question have variously been labelled “post-underground,” “independent,” “small press”,” “new wave,” or “art comics.” – Wikipedia
Tune in to Episode 33 of Sound On Sight (formerly called The Naked Lunch) as we stepped outside the mainstream in our History of Comic Book Films marathon! Special guest August from “Rein In August” joined Ricky D to discuss the works of Robert Crumb, Harvey Pekar, Ralph Bakshi and many more. Also the best in Jazz music and talk on Chasing Amy, American Splendor, and ton of other surprises!