Aline Kominsky-Crumb

Aline Kominsky-Crumb is an underground comics artist best known for her Dirty Laundry series and other autobiographical comics, as well as her works in a variety of media, including assemblage and painting. Kominsky-Crumb was one of the first contributors to the all-female anthology Wimmen’s Comix in 1971, founded the seminal comics series Twisted Sisters with Diane Noonin in 1976, and, during the 1980s, served as editor for the influential alternative comics anthology Weirdo. She is the wife and frequent collaborator of cartoonist R. Crumb, including on their long-running series “Aline & Bob” comics. (June 2020)

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