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Abood, Ken and Ranfone, Tony. How to Live in Vietnam for less than 10cents a day... and other glimpses of the lighter side of war. Tokyo : Wayward Press, 1968, (c)1967.
Beard, Henry et al. (eds.) National Lampoon Comics, vol.1, no.7, 1974.
[ includes 2 episodes of: "Crash Christian" ("America's Ace of the Airwaves who Flies on Faith Alone") --
(1) "Scratch Another Slanteye"
(2) "I'll Spit on Your Grave, Hooknose"
by Michael O'Donoghue & Frank Springer ]
Caniff, Milton. VIETNAM! [Steve Canyon]. Field Enterprises/Editions Gilou, 1984 ((c)1966-1968 publications). French Edition [in French].
Chick, Jack T. Holy Joe. Chino, CA : Chick Publications, 1972.
[very small pocket sized religious tract, comic format -- soldiers in Vietnam jungles]
[see also MISCELLANEOUS]
Curtis, Arthur S. Greatest Army Heroes. (Preface by Gen. W.C. Westmoreland). Washington, DC : Arthur S. Curtis, 1969.
Ehrhart, W.D.and Alan Moore. "Tapestries," art by Stan Woch and John Totleben, in Real War Stories, No. 1. Forestville, CA : Eclipse Comics, July 1987. [comic created by Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors]
Foster, Tad. The Vietnam Funny Book (An Antidote to Insanity). Forest Knolls, CA : Vietnam Funny Book Publication, 1980 (1st edition, limited). [PUBLISHER PROOF]
Hodgson, Michael T. The Best of Sgt. Mike. Washington, DC : Army Times Publishing, 1973 (1st printing).
Hodgson, Michael T. With Sgt. Mike in Vietnam. Washington, DC : Army Times Publishing, 1970 (1st printing).
I Didn't Raise Our Son to be a Soldier. Chicago, IL : Playboy Press, 1972.
Lee, Bill (ed.) Absolutely NO U.S. Personnel Permitted Beyond This Point. New York : Delta Books [Dell Publishing], 1972 (1st Delta printing, trade paperback).
Logan. "Over There, Still There," in Cavalier. Vol.19, no.3, January 1969.
Lurie, Ranan R. NI X ON Rated Cartoons. New York : Quadrangel/The New York Times Book Co., 1973 (large format paperback, foreward by Thomas Griffith).
[includes a section called "Vietnam" (p.95-124) plus many other cartoons throughout include or allude to Vietnam and the War]
McIntyre, William (ed.) Armed Farces: Military Cartoons by VIP. Greenwich, CT : Fawcett Gold Medal Book, (c)1969, 1968 (published by special arrangement with East/West Publications).
Melvin, Ken. Sorry 'Bout That! Tokyo : Wayward Press, 1966.
[purchased and selectively annotated by D.A. Willson, Author of REMF Diary and The REMF Returns during his tour of duty, 13 November 1966]
Moore, Robin and Joe Kubert. The Tales of the Green Beret, Book 1. El Cajon, CA : Blackthorne Publishing, 1986 ((c)1985). 1st edition. (reprint of 1966 comic strips).
Moore, Robin. Tales of the Green Berets. New York : New American Library, Signet, 1966 ((c)1965). 1st printing.
Munoz, Jose & Sampayo, Carlos. "Viet Blues." Sinner. Seattle : Fantagraphics Books. Vol.1, no.4, September 1989.
[includes flashback section which takes place in Vietnam during the war]
People's Comic Book; Red Women's Detachment, Hot on the Rail and Other Chinese Comics. Translated from the Chinese by Endymion Wilkinson. Garden City, NY : Anchor Press (Doubleday), 1973.
["Letters from the South." Story adapted from a Vietnamese original by Sha Se, Fu Tuo, Ma Rong, Li Qi-huang. Adapted by Li Bai-ying. Drawings by Chen Yun-hua and Hu Zu-qing. Published by the Shanghai People's Art Publishing Co., Shanghai, 1965]
Rambo, "Viento Libre", Vol.1, No.17, March 8, 1989. [printed and made in Mexico -- published in Spanish]
Rambo, "El Conde Vladimere", Vol.1, No.18, March 22, 1989. [printed and made in Mexico -- published in Spanish]
Rosenblum, Sig and Antin, Charles (eds.) LBJ Lampooned. [with an introduction by Jules Feiffer] New York : Cobble Hill Press, 1968.
[includes sections on: "LBJ and Vietnam," "LBJ and Dissent," "LBJ and The Great Society," "LBJ and the Presidential Style," "LBJ and the Credibility Gap," and "Assorted Assaults," -- all dealing with aspects of the Vietnam War]
Schuffert, Jake. "No Sweat" ...More 'n More. [a collection of Jake Schuffert cartoons from Army Times, Air Force Times, Navy Times] Washington, DC : Army Times Publishing Co., 1970
Trinidad, Corky. NGUYEN CHARLIE. San Francisco : Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1969.
Trinidad, Corky. sorry 'bout that, sarge. San Francisco : Pacific Stars and Stripes, 1970.
Trudeau, G.B. "What Do We Have for the Witnesses, Johnnie?"
Trudeau, G.B. The President is a Lot Smarter Than You Think.
Vietnam and the Graphic Arts; 4-28 September 1986. Manchester, England -- Fletcher Moss Gallery. [exhibition coinciding with the conference, Cultural Effects of Vietnam -- addressing representation of the war through the graphic media]
Wilkie, Theresa. "The Politics and Uses of War Photography; The Work of
Don McCullin in Vietnam."
Aulich, Jim. "Cartoon Representations of Vietnam in the British Press."
Huxley, David. "American Comic Books and the Vietnam War."
Hamilton, Robert. "Image and Context: The Production and Reproduction
of the Execution of a VC Suspect by Eddie Adams."
Scarfe, Gerald. "Gerald Scarfe in Vietnam." [extract from his autobiography]]
Zidek, Tony. Choi Oi! The Lighter Side of Vietnam. Rutland, VT; Tokyo, Japan : Charles E. Tuttle, 1968 ((c)1965 -- cartoons).