Big Edsel Band
™ and ©1987 Frank McLaughlin
Big Edsel Band is a late-1980s vintage black-andwhite independent comic featuring the exploits of a four-piece bar band as they stumble and munch their way through madcap encounters with crooks, groupies, professional wrestlers, and other menaces to society. Picture Josie and the Pussycats as a group of potbellied slobs, if you dare. Big Edsel Band was apparently based on a real group that specialized in retro-rock cover songs from the 50s and 60s. Drummer Tom (Gonzo) Seeberg, guitarist Allan (Flash) Wallace, Artie Ebert, and Billy Dee form a fearsome foursome with enough personality quirks to generate a few pages of laughs in this odd little book.
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|1st Appearance of Allan Flash Wallace; 1st appearance of Artie Ebert; 1st appearance of Big Edsel Band; 1st appearance of Billy Dee; 1st appearance of Tom Gonzo Seesberg||Frank McLaughlin, Win Mortimer||Frank McLaughlin, Win Mortimer