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by Dan O'Neill

eBook The Collective Unconscience of Odd Bodkins ePub
Author: Dan O'Neill
Language: English
ISBN: 0912078332
ISBN13: 978-0912078335
Publisher: Volcano Press/Glide Publications (June 1, 1973)
Pages: 112
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 750
Formats: lrf mbr doc lit
ePub file: 1523 kb
Fb2 file: 1734 kb

The Collective Unconscience of Odd Bodkins is a 1973 collection of the newspaper comic strip Odd Bodkins by American cartoonist Dan O'Neill. The strips contained in the book were originally syndicated by the San Francisco Chronicle between 1969.

The Collective Unconscience of Odd Bodkins is a 1973 collection of the newspaper comic strip Odd Bodkins by American cartoonist Dan O'Neill. The strips contained in the book were originally syndicated by the San Francisco Chronicle between 1969 and 1970, when the strip was terminated. Odd Bodkins was highly philosophical in tone, and the book contains the strip's most idiosyncratic storylines

Odds Bodkins ran in the San Francisco Chronicle, and on the King Features Syndicate for years. O'Neill, to the best of my knowledge, still lives in Nevada City. He drew the murderous intention of Mickey Mouse and literally faced down the US Supreme Court.

Odds Bodkins ran in the San Francisco Chronicle, and on the King Features Syndicate for years. Forget about pornographers, this was THE first amendment battle of the 20th century, and the bad guys won. Find a copy of "the mouse liberation front" you can find it online at the whole earth catalog, or one of several excellent books on the topic.

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I ran across this book and two previous O'Neill publications, one a sort of early graphic novel called Hear The Sound Of My. .I was introduced to Dan O'Neils Odd Bodkins cartoons by one of my fellow Army inductees while stationed in Europe in 1972.

I ran across this book and two previous O'Neill publications, one a sort of early graphic novel called Hear The Sound Of My Feet Walking, Drown The Sound Of My Voice Talking, back in the late seventies, when I was a mere sprout in Bloomington, Indiana. If I had to pick one word to describe the Collective Unconscience, it would be "rich. He was from San Francisco and had been fortunate enough to read these cartoons when they were originally run in the San Francisco Chronicle in the late 60s.

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Dan O'Neill is an American underground cartoonist, creator of the syndicated comic strip Odd Bodkins and founder of the underground comics collective the Air Pirates. The San Francisco Chronicle is a newspaper serving primarily the San Francisco Bay Area of the . It was founded in 1865 as The Daily Dramatic Chronicle by teenage brothers Charles de Young and Michael H. de Young.

Items related to The Collective Unconscience of Odd Bodkins. This is not a book of cartoons, it is a magic spell to free your mind. Dan O'Neill The Collective Unconscience of Odd Bodkins. ISBN 13: 9780912078335.

Collective Unconscience of Odd Bodkins and other publications; posters promoting support of the Mouse Liberation Front and . The Dan O'Neill Comic Art Archive was purchased from Dan O'Neill, via Bolerium Books, in 2013.

Collective Unconscience of Odd Bodkins and other publications; posters promoting support of the Mouse Liberation Front and O'Neill's legal battles with Disney; miscellaneous sketches and prints; 18 drawings by other artists collected by O'Neill (. Crabman, David H. Pierce, Jim Cornelius, Fred Rhoads, Shary Flenniken, Campbell, . Crabb and Gary King); and copies of 2 publications. Volcano Pr. ISBN10 : UOM:39015004651538, ISBN13

This is not a book of cartoons, it is a magic spell to free your mind.
Reggy
I was introduced to this feast for the mind back in '81 when I was was just 16. My boyfriend was older and jealously guarded his copies. I had never found another. I have searched - off and on - for 30 years. Everyone who has reviewed these book are equally passionate, and everyone seems to have read them at a critical time of their life. It's been a long time, but the strip I remember best is when one asks the other whether he is a cup half full/cup half empty person, and the reply is something like: "Would it disturb your metaphysical wonderland if I said - Someone stole my cup".
I've often thought my cup had been stolen, but now, suddenly, there are copies! And I am going to grab some for myself. You have to be intrigued by how elated everyone is when they reminisce about their personal first contact with the world within. The world was a sadder place when these books disappeared. I'm going to wait at the letter box for my copies to arrive. Enjoy!
Alsardin
I am very happy to again have a copy of this book. It brought back good memories. I had a copy when it first came out and loved it to pieces.
Paxondano
Great condition for the price. Thanks!
Querlaca
Excellent condition
Whitesmasher
When the world was young I went with my high school buddies up to San Francisco to see the elephant. We went into a long defunct Comic Book store called Comics and Comix (this was in 1972) and I bought a copy of AIR PIRATES comics and stories, volume 1. It was subversive, seditious and seriously up to no good but god damn it was brilliant! I went on to read every single scrap of these guys (Dan O'Neill, Shary Flaniken, Bobby London, Gary Hallgren and Ted Richards etc.) that I could get my hands on. O'Neill especially, seemed determined to destroy himself utterly, just to make a point. Along the line I got a hold of this book. This is not a book of cartoons, it is a magic spell to free your mind. If you read this you will discover sam the 100% american dog, five dollar bill o'brady ("Is he wanted?" asks Fred, "Kid, he is NEEDED" replies Hugh) The batwing hamburger snatcher, mister spanky, lulu the snake, Pluto, lord of the underworld and so much more.

Odds Bodkins ran in the San Francisco Chronicle, and on the King Features Syndicate for years. O'Neill, to the best of my knowledge, still lives in Nevada City. He drew the murderous intention of Mickey Mouse and literally faced down the US Supreme Court. Forget about pornographers, this was THE first amendment battle of the 20th century, and the bad guys won. Find a copy of "the mouse liberation front" you can find it online at the whole earth catalog, or one of several excellent books on the topic.

But this book saved my sanity, and my hope, and my ability to laugh in the darkest hour of my life.

Wherever you are right now, God bless you and keep you Dan O'Neill. You shone.

persevere
Olma
I'm fortunate to have picked this book up in the mid-70s when it was first published and before the Disney Empire set out to destroy Dan O'Neill as a cartoonist for parodying characters that had become icons of Disneymerica. I think that's why the book is out of print. I'd like to see a million-reader march on some major publisher to demand that they republish this book.
Amazon.com has the title wrong by the way - it's Collect "Unconscience" of Odd Bodkins. The error is s significant. While utterly hilarious they are based on deep moral conviction and dismay.
If you've never seen these cartoons - the characters Hugh and Fred inhabit an austere, blasted,surrelistic landscape of light and shadow with the Sun and Moon looming huge on the horizon and sometimes tossing in their own Olympian comments. The closest thing to it in feel is Berke Breathed's Outland strips, although O'Neill's art is a bit more primitive than Breathed's.
While the strips are certainly hallucinogenic in a magic realism sort of way I doubt that there is any need for hallucinogenic substances to enjoy them - just an open mind willing to embrace surprises. It's probably true that they are best taken a few at at time.
) must insist that these are not outdated '70s strips - they do reflect the peculiar weirdnesses of their day (many of them mirroring the peculiar weirdnesses of our own) but as a dropped-out Catholic O'Neill was in touch with timeless truths and these strips are just as pertinent today. To my mind, they leave Doonesbury in the dust.
It does help to know something about the culture and politics of the 70s - for example if you don't know anything about J. Edgar Hoover his metamorphosis as Mr. Spanky might leave you scratching your head.
Landamath
I wrote this for Dan O'Neill's:Hear the sound of my feet walking .. drown the sound of my voice talking: An Odd Bodkins book
but that seems to be extremely rare and hard to find now. I'm not selling my copy, that's for sure.

About the deep mysteries of life. Along with the work of Ron Cobb, Robert Crumb, and Ed Badajos, Dan O'Neill's existential graphic novel provided a background to what was going on in the sixties. But its message transcends the period, speaking of basic essential questions of life. Reprint this book.

Sample (abridged):
(Character 1, looking at road which has suddenly appeared) I've never seen a road like this before..
(Character 2) . . . We marry, divorce, etc, etc . . . In despair we isolate ourselves even from each other. . . .
(C1) I don't know if I could walk on this road..
(C2) ..So now..We are starved . . . My brain..a man's brain built the atomic rain..My brain is disease..
(C1) I can't see the end from here.. . . . What is this road?
(C2) The road is despair..on the other end is hope..When I walk this road . . . I automatically..by my recognition of despair..I automatically am on the road of hope..I am war, famine, disease, death..I am the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse..
And I ride for LIFE . . .
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