Arcade (comics magazine)

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Arcade: The Comics Revue

Arcade #1. Artwork by R. Crumb
Publication information
Publisher Print Mint
Schedule Quarterly
Format oversize
Genre Underground
Publication date Spring 1975 – Fall 1976
Number of issues 7
Creative team
Artist(s) Robert Armstrong, Mark Beyer, Aldo Bobbo, Michelle Brand, Harrison Cady, Oliver Christianson (aka Revilo), Robert Crumb, Kim Deitch, Will Fowler, Justin Green, Bill Griffith, Rory Hayes, J. Hoberman, Jay Kinney, B. Kliban, Aline Kominsky, Paul Krassner, George Kuchar, Jay Lynch, Curt McDowell, Michael McMillan, Victor Moscoso, Willy Murphy, Diane Noomin, James Osborne, Spain Rodriguez, Gilbert Shelton, Art Spiegelman, Lulu Stanley, Robert Williams, and S. Clay Wilson
Creator(s) Art Spiegelman & Bill Griffith
Editor(s) Art Spiegelman & Bill Griffith

Arcade: The Comics Revue was a magazine-sized comics anthology created and edited by Art Spiegelman and Bill Griffith to showcase the work of underground artists. Published by the Print Mint, it ran for seven issues between 1975 to 1976. Arriving late in era of underground comix, Arcade introduced key underground artists to a generation of readers who had been young children in the late 1960s.

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Each issue's title page contained a group self-portrait by all the contributors.

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