Browse: Collectors' Items

We have now cataloged and photographed a large number of items from our extensive collection of rare comix and related merchandise, and you can buy them! You may also purchase a signed, sealed, and dated Certificate of Provenance stating that the item you purchased is from the personal collection of Rip Off Press co-founder Fred Todd. Price for the certificate is $4.95 per item.

666 Malice Art Print


Hand silkscreened in day-glo colors and black on smooth medium weight stock appr. 12" x 22.5". Signed and numbered, 44/100. Grade: C9.

Appetite for Destruction Poster Size Giclee Print


Full color digital print on 17" x 22" archival stock, featuring the Robt. Williams painting used on the cover of our Lowbrow Art paperback and made famous by the band Guns And Roses.

Art Nuko Show Poster


By Carl Chaplin. "Goodbye, San Francisco" nuke image featured advertising exhibition at the Will Stone gallery in 1978. Grade: C7.

Axiom Promo Poster


Full color, full bleed on lightweight coated stock size appr. 17.5" x 24".  Grade: C8.

Baron Von Mabel's Backpacking TPB covers uncut press sheet


First printing. Printed 4/1 on 10 point C1S, size 13.5" x 20". Grade: C9.

Betty Pages Promo Poster


Pinup art by Greg Theakston, full color full bleed on appr. 18" x 24". Signed and numbered by the artist. Has some damage around edges. Grade: C6.

Certificate Of Provenance for item above


Signed, sealed and dated certificate states that your collectors' item is from the personal collection of Rip Off Press co-founder Fred Todd, and is as described in the copy.

Chuck Berry Family Dog Denver 1967 Poster


November 17-18, 1967 at the Denver, CO Family Dog venue. Size appr. 14" x 20". Grade: C9.

Chuck Chicken & Bruin Bear Comic


A rare non-adult publication from Jabberwocky Graphix, 1986. Oddball humor comix from Mike Turville. Magazine size on heavy white stock, black & white throughout.

Cobalt 60 Poster


By Mark Bode, based on characters created by his father Vaughn. Full color on medium weight coated stock size appr. 22.5" x 28". Grade: C6.

Cracked Magazine March 1979


The World's Funniest Magazine, or so they claim. 48 newsprint pages in BW with color covers. Cover price .60. Grade: Very Good.

Crazy Magazine July 1974


Stan Lee presents Marvel's 1970s competition for Mad and Cracked. Art Director John Romita, with contributors including Bob Foster, Vic Martin, and many more.