SCABLANDS – sample

The following is a sample from my just-released graphic autobiography, Scablands, which is available in print from lulu.com. (keyword: Scablands) Enjoy…Scab Story One596Scab Story Two597Scab Story Three598Scab Story Four599Scab Story Five600

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15 Responses to SCABLANDS – sample

  1. Brad Croul says:

    Congratulations on getting your work published!
    Should make a great gift for all occasions!

  2. rlcrabb says:

    I’m doing a book release party at McGee’s in Nevada City on Sunday, July 27th. You can have your book signed and the author will make the money instead of Amazon. Details to follow next week.

    • steve cottrell says:

      Bob:

      I look forward to those details, ’cause even with postage from NC to Florida, it sounds better to me than you getting the small royalty Lulu provides. Besides, it will arrive here with your autograph –– and that’s not going to happen if I order online. Hope you sell a ton of books at McGee’s.

      • rlcrabb says:

        If any out-of-towners would like an autographed book, I will gladly sell them directly from here. $19.95 plus $4.95 postage and handling. CA residents add 8.125 sales tax. Send to PO Box 313, Nevada City, CA 95959.

    • Ben Emery says:

      I will be there and the autograph is a must.

  3. Mr. Spielberg on line one…

    Congratulations

  4. Ben Emery says:

    Congratulations!

    I love the duration of the urine streams, I have had a few road trips where the middle of no where bathroom breaks resulted in a small man made lakes. Mine was from drinking coffee and coke but usually my friends were drinking 12 packs of their favorite Coors, Colorado brand for piss water. It was always in the spirit of George Hayduke and his beer mileage gauge.

    “Hayduke, rejoicing, scarfing up more beer, concluding his Flagstaff six-pack, wheels down to the river on the narrow road at a safe and sane 70 per, bellowing some incoherent song into the face of the wind. He was indeed a menace to other drivers but justified himself in this way: If you don’t drink, don’t drive. If you drink, drive like hell. Why? Because freedom, not safety, is the highest good. Because the public roads should be wide open to all””children on tricycles, little old ladies in Eisenhower Plymouths, homicidal lesbians driving forty-ton Mack tractor-trailers. Let us have no favorites, no licenses, no goddamn rules of the road. Let every freeway be a free for all.”
    Monkey Wrench Gang
    Edward Abbey

  5. Denny Eichhorn says:

    It’s about time American graphic literature took a turn for the better!

  6. San French says:

    This is great Bob. I can feel the pride and excitement from way over here on Broad St.! I’m going to make a special effort to be at McGee’s to get my copy. Hope to see Mary Ann as well. You da man.

    PS~ Is that Duane?

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