“I was so alienated when I was young, that drawing was like my only connection to society. That was the only thing that I could see was going to save me from a really dismal fate of God knows what." So says Robert Crumb, the legendary and often elusive comic book artist who is one of the most influential artists in Juxtapoz's 25 year history. 

It is rare to get this extensive of insight from the artist, but in an over 20-minute interview special with Christian Monggaard in connection with the Louisiana Literature festival at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark, Crumb gives a wonderful overview of his career, from Fritz the Cat to Zap!. A must-watch!