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Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York

Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York November 1, 2010. Robert Crumb and his daughter Sophie may lovingly squabble about the life they have shared, but they can agree on one thing: the underground scene that allowed the elder Crumb to become a comic book cult hero hardly exists anymore. Picture taken November 1.

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York
Graphic artist Sophie Crumb poses for a portrait in New York November 1, 2010. Robert Crumb and his daughter Sophie may lovingly squabble about the life they have shared, but they can agree on one thing: the underground scene that allowed the elder Crumb to become a comic book cult hero hardly exists anymore. Picture taken November 1.

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York
Graphic artist Sophie Crumb poses for a portrait with her father Robert Crumb in New York November 1, 2010. Robert Crumb and his daughter Sophie may lovingly squabble about the life they have shared, but they can agree on one thing: the underground scene that allowed the elder Crumb to become a comic book cult hero hardly exists anymore. Picture taken November 1.

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York
Graphic artist Sophie Crumb poses for a portrait with her father Robert Crumb in New York November 1, 2010. Robert Crumb and his daughter Sophie may lovingly squabble about the life they have shared, but they can agree on one thing: the underground scene that allowed the elder Crumb to become a comic book cult hero hardly exists anymore. Picture taken November 1.

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York
Graphic artist Sophie Crumb poses for a portrait with her father Robert Crumb in New York November 1, 2010. Robert Crumb and his daughter Sophie may lovingly squabble about the life they have shared, but they can agree on one thing: the underground scene that allowed the elder Crumb to become a comic book cult hero hardly exists anymore. Picture taken November 1.

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York
Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York November 1, 2010. Robert Crumb and his daughter Sophie may lovingly squabble about the life they have shared, but they can agree on one thing: the underground scene that allowed the elder Crumb to become a comic book cult hero hardly exists anymore. Picture taken November 1.

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York
Graphic artist Sophie Crumb poses for a portrait in New York November 1, 2010. Robert Crumb and his daughter Sophie may lovingly squabble about the life they have shared, but they can agree on one thing: the underground scene that allowed the elder Crumb to become a comic book cult hero hardly exists anymore. Picture taken November 1.

Photo Coverage: Graphic artist Robert Crumb poses for a portrait in New York

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