Polychromal Spree : Victor Moscoso – “Color”

There was something missing from the pages of Robert Crumb’s “Zap Comix” : Color, (which is not the same as colorfulness.) Victor Moscoso’s 1971 “Color” was a self-explanatory attempt to remedy that: the first full color comic to come out of the underground, it’s a storyboard of sorts for a short film that didn’t really come to fruition until many years later: if you can track down the rare cartoon that eventually emerged from the concept, “Cosmic Comics,” give yourself a pay in the back, you persistent hippie.



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