Phoebe, by Gary Whitney

Gary Whitney was an artist of the underground scene in the 1970s. He contributed to Bizarre Sex and Dope Comix at Kitchen Sink Press, and was also present at Artie Romero's Everyman Studios. In the 1960s, he drew the 'Phoebe & the Pigeon People' comic, written by Jay Lynch for the Chicago READER newspaper in the 1960s.

from Bizarre Sex, by Gary Whitney

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