(THIS PAGE IS UNDER RE-CONSTRUCTION... 1/5/2011... Please check again soon.)

A number of Jeffrey Lewis comic books are now available as 99-cent digital apps at LushComics.com!

The comic book series FUFF (formerly Guff) is rolling along... Issue # 8 is out now, as of August 2010! All issues are written and drawn by Jeffrey Lewis...All currently available Fuff comics are orderable at the Olive Juice online shop here ...

For some Jeffrey Lewis comics to read online see here!

Issues # 1 - 4 are OUT of print (again), BUT issues 5, 6, and 7 are now BACK IN PRINT!

Fuff # 1 comes with a CD of the rhyming lecture “The History Of Punk on the Lower East Side, 1950-1975", as heard on WFMU and WBAI and elsewhere... Issue #1 completely sold out of its first THREE printings, apparently at least one signed copy of a first printing sold on eBay for over 30 dollars.

Fuff now being distributed around America by Shenton Distro! Please support this move by picking up Fuff comics at:

New York City:

Cakeshop, 152 Ludlow St, off Stanton (next door to The Living Room)

Cosmic Comics, 10 E 23rd St, 2nd Floor (near Madison Ave and the 23rd St N/R train)
Jim Hanley’s Universe, 4 W 33rd St (at 5th Ave, by the Empire State Building)
Forbidden Planet (13th St & Broadway)
Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn at 103 Havemeyer St. btwn Hope and Grand

Chicago - Chicago Comics, 3244 N. Clark St

Seattle - Zanadu Comics 1923 3rd Ave

Lauderhill, Florida - Tate's Comics, 4566 N. University Dr.

Berkeley, CA - Comic Relief, 2026 Shattuck Ave.

Phoenix, AZ - Samurai Comics, 5024 N 7th St

NOW in Bristol, UK at the HERE Shop! 108 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3RU



The re-drawn version of the 72- page "1999 European Travel Diary" comic book is finished and has been serialized in Fuff 1-6. An excerpt also appears in a book of hitch-hiking stories, "No Such Thing As a Free Ride? A Collection of Hitcher's Tales", published by Cassell Illustrated, which includes contributions from legends Ralph (Fritz the Cat) Bakshi and Steve (Swamp Thing) Bissette! The UK publishing date was May 12, 2005. Check it out at Amazon.co.uk. Some of the original pages from Jeff's comic were on display in 2004 at the Spitz Gallery in London at the "These Are a Few of My Favourite Things" show, alongside work by Daniel Johnston, Kimya Dawson, Devendra Banhart and Jad Fair.

The big graphic novel "Wobblies", about the legendary revolutionary union the Industrial Workers of the World, has been published by Verso. Along with two comics by Jeffrey Lewis the book includes comic work from great comic book folks such as Peter Kuper, Seth Tobocman, Nicole Schulman, Harvey Pekar and many more. Jeffrey's contributions are a 7-page piece for the first chapter of the book, dealing with the founding convention of the IWW in Chicago in 1905, and a two page piece on legendary folk singer (and IWW member) Utah Phillips. The book "Wobblies" is 240 pages of comic books and other material, and retails for $ 24.95. Ask for it at a bookstore near you, or check it out at Amazon.com

In January 2005 Jeffrey Lewis and David Herman Dune completed a comic book mural for the "Confort [sic] Moderne" cultural center in Poitiers, France, followed by a couple France shows and a couple Portugal shows... thanks to all who made that trip possible! Here's a photo of David & Jeff performing in front of the finished work...