The Exterminator and The Invisible Man

That's all that's left behind . . . the skies
And a sweet caress
The skies, the sights
And a sweet caress
He's the Invisible Man
Catch him if you can


As this announcement card shows, Brion Gysin was the real "el hombre invisible." As often happened with Gysin and his work, erased from memory by Haselwood, which is really strange given that Haselwood felt the Gysin drawings were the strongest element of the entire publication. For more on The Exterminator, Burroughs/Gysin, and Auerhahn Press, see



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