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The Next Hoo-Hah! Will be published SOON!
Featuring Maurice Ketten - America's Forgotten Genius

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A Message of Vital Importance from Cartoonist Robert Crumb
I found the J.R. Williams book great.
Never saw those cowboy cartoons before.
They are rich, they capture the sweeter side of the cowpoke way of life
but obviously avoid the rowdy, alcohol-induced violent side, the bar fights, the whoring, etc.
J.R. had a beautiful inking style, plus he could really draw...
By all means, full speed ahead on more J.R. Williams books!


Preview and Order The Poetry of J. R. Williams Here!
Out Our Way
The Poetry of J. R. Williams

NOW! Available as a low priced, downloadable Kindle e-book (Free Kindle software available for iPads, iPhones, Android phones and pads, and of course, Kindle devices)
Get the digital version here!
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In Japan, get the digital file here.
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In Australia, get the digital file here.
In India, get the digital file here.


AND
Born Thirty Years Too Soon
Now Available on Amazon!
Preview and Order Born Thirty Years Ago Here!





Presenting the THIRD Hoo-Hah! Book - The J. R. Williams 152 page Graphic Novel collecting the complete story of Smokey's Saga!

Now available from Amazon Print-On-Demand at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1711839698/.



Here's some FREE Samples of Classic Out Our Way Panels you will not see elsewhere!
Fat and his Gang on a Raft




Restoration

We have carefully taken yellowed old clipped comic panels and scanned newspaper microfilms, and restored the drawings to as close as readers from the 1920s and 1930s would have seen them.

Here is an example of an original clipped comic, shown next to a phone for size comparison, and a printout of the restored panel.






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