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|remarques:||a Clay Wilson issue (No. 2?) 1975 by Keith Green Publishing,
a serie of short stories b/w in the style of Clay Wilson,
most nonsense, brutal and porno stories
for more details about Clay Wilson
>> see album "the art of Clay Wilson" (Etude comics)
Keith Green (1951–1996) was an American publisher, distributor, and art dealer,
starting out in the late 1960s as an underground comix distributor,
in the early 1970s he published comics, and by the mid-1970s
he had become a New York City art dealer,
he was the younger brother of cartoonist Justin Green.
the bulk of Green's publishing output was in 1975–1976,
when he produced original comics by S. Clay Wilson, Jim Osborne, W
Willy Murphy, Ted Richards, Jerry Lane, and Spain Rodriguez
(Spain later said that Green was "quirky"
and that publishing with him "was a mistake."
Green's final publishing venture was the Snatch Sampler (1977),
a 164-page book which reprinted material from Snatch Comics #1–3
featuring Crumb, Wilson, Osborne, Victor Moscoso, Robert Williams, and Rory Hayes