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sold outCoda was a Canadian jazz magazine founded in 1958 by British-born publisher and record producer John Norris. the frequency of publication varied from monthly to bi-monthly and the circulation was about 3,000. Norris was editor from 1958 to 1976 when he was succeeded by the magazine’s art director Bill Smith. In 2000…

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American artist Rick Griffin originally produced his comic Tales from the Tube as an insert for Surfer Magazine in 1972. An expanded 32-page version of the comic was published separately by The Print Mill, Berkeley the following year. Apart from Griffin’s own work it contained contributions by S. Clay Wilson, Robert Crumb, Bill Ogden and other…
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Hara-Kiri was a monthly French satirical magazine, first published in 1960 by François Cavanna, Georges Bernier (aka Professeur Choron) and Fred Aristidès. A strain of cynical and ruthless satire characterised the magazine, which was marketed as stupid and mean by its makers after an angry reader had thus labelled the publishers…
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Hara-Kiri was a monthly French satirical magazine, first published in 1960 by François Cavanna, Georges Bernier (aka Professeur Choron) and Fred Aristidès. A strain of cynical and ruthless satire characterised the magazine, which was marketed as stupid and mean by its makers after an angry reader had thus labelled the publishers…
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Hara-Kiri was a monthly French satirical magazine, first published in 1960 by François Cavanna, Georges Bernier (aka Professeur Choron) and Fred Aristidès. A strain of cynical and ruthless satire characterised the magazine, which was marketed as stupid and mean by its makers after an angry reader had thus labelled the publishers. The controversial magazine, which ridiculed…
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