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Psychotic Adventures – what a way to kick off the ghastly, ghoulish month of October!

Last Gasp published three issues of Psychotic Adventures in 1974 featuring the work of the psuedonymous Charles Dallas, Jr. We admittedly know nothing about him other than he also did work for Kitchen Sink and had one twisted imagination.

The story “Underground Artist” may be a tongue-in-cheek reference to Dallas’ work in underground comix, but it’s anything but funny.

Frankly, it’s rather disturbing, as a psychotic adventure should be.

Collector’s Guide:
– From Psychotic Adventures #1; (Last Gasp, 1974)
Psychotic Adventures #2-3 are currently available direct from Last Gasp.