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Jim Osborne

 (1943 - 2001)
Jim Osborne was active/lived in Texas, California.  Jim Osborne is known for underground comics, illustration.

Biography   Jim Osborne

Underground comic artist Jim Osborne moved from San Antonio, Texas to San Francisco in 1967, at the dawn of the underground comix era.  His first work, 'Okay, Mister K' was published in Yellow Dog #5 in 1968, followed by many more stories over the next few years in underground publications like Bijou, All Stars, Illuminations, Insect Fear, Promethean Enterprises, Slow Death, and Felch Cumics.

During his brief comics career from 1968 to the mid-1970s, Jim Osborne's work was inspired by his fascination with crime and the occult and his meticulous attention to gruesome detail. 

Although most of Jim Osborne's work is long out of print, D.O.A. Comics, published by Keith Green in 1976, c   ...  Displaying 750 of 1249 characters.

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Jim Osborne Gary Arlington's Thrilling Murder Comics #1 Complete 3-Page Story The Loser Original Art (San Francisco Comic Book Company, 1971)
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