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Sharon Rudahl is an American underground cartoonist. She was one of the female comic artists who contributed to the first underground comix publications of the early 1970s, and was part of the collective that started Wimmen's Comix in 1972. Sharon also drew stories for Anarchy Comix #2 and #3 in 1979. In 1980, she published her own comic book, Adventures of Crystal Night which was reprinted in Art and Time: Unknown Comic Book Adventures, 1940-1980. In 2007, she published a graphic biography of Emma Goldman, called A Dangerous Woman. Her work has been featured in Anarchy Comix, Bizarre Sex, Dope Comix, and Wet Satin.

She currently lives in Hollywood.

BibliographyEdit

  • After Shock (1981) #1
  • Anarchy Comics (1978) #2-3
  • Bizarre Sex (1972) #5-6
  • Fanny: Ceasefire (1991) #1
  • Choices (1990) #1
  • Comix Book (1974) #2-5
  • Corporate Crime Comics (1977) #1-2
  • Crystal Night (1980) #1
  • A Dangerous Woman
  • Dope Comix (1978) #1-2, 5
  • Fire Sale (1989) #1
  • Gates of Eden (1982) #1
  • Manhunt (1973) #1-2
  • Rip Off Comix (1977) #28
  • Snarf (1972) #6-8
  • Storytime (2000)
  • Strip AIDS U.S.A. (1988) OGN
  • Tits & Clits (1977) #6
  • Wet Satin (1976) #2
  • Wimmen's Comix (1972) #1-10, 14-15

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