like i said, many of the series were reprinted as color versions by others trying to market them. i attempted to re-print some of mine (silkscreen, b&w) just because the originals were on the cheapest newsprint imaginable, and they are now starting to age. however, they didn't look the same in silkscreen, so i stopped. they all were designed to be on newsprint and switching to a more 'museum grade' medium did not improve th quality, strangely. it made them look cheap, if you can believe it.
i do have a number of issues 2 thru 5, but i only have one or two of the first issue. i've never tried to sell any. have no idea what i would price them at. i don't even have any idea if any outside of my stash even survived.
this image was ent to me by my friend nathan gluck (he used to work with warhol back in the 50's, and was later the guy who answered the phones at the aiga for about 30 years.) when i did this poster, he was shocked because he had no idea that it looked racist. it was just face made out of paper clips on a stamp pad. hee hee.
billy tipton was that medicre jazz musician who was dicovered to be a woman upon his death. he was married 2 or 3 time and even raised a family. he passed so completely that not even his ex-wives claim to know he was a she.