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Pink Floyd – 1975 Tour Program Was a Faux Underground Comic

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The Ephemerist blog has scans of Pink Floyd‘s 1975 tour program, which was released by the band in the form of a faux underground comic.

The comic has each member of the influential band portraying an outlandish characters in his own strip.

Snip from the site:

Roger Waters is a Roy Of The Rovers clone, Nick Mason is a sturdy captain taking on WWII U-boats, Richard Wright may as well have stepped out of a Spain Rodriguez cartoon and Dave Gilmour is a poor-man’s Evel Knievel. There’s even a Gerald Scarfe center spread !

As with most underground comics of that period, the Comic has naked (cartoon) women in it, so it’s nsfw for that reason.

Link to the site. (Nsfw!)

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