Wonder WartHog was a “superhero” comic from the famed Underground press, written by Tony Bell and my buddies dad, Joe Brown, and created and drawn by famed underground comic illustrator, Gilbert Shelton. You can still buy the Hippie Guitar Knock On The Door To My Soul Shirt. Back in the same era were talking. Here is a Rag blog entry discussing the Underground City Hall in the 1600 block of Lavaca started by the same Joe Brown. Not sure about significance/provenance, but Half Price on N Lamar has a few Wonder WartHog items in their rare book room. Little 3×5 pieces. So not sure if they’re postcards or original art or what? I grew up on the east side of Houston and spent a lot of time in Pasadena.
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In the early 70s, there was a store there on Harris Ave named Wonder WartHog. So wasn’t ever really sure what went on there. Maybe a record store or low key head shop. Great History piece there about how Underground City Hall became Oat Willies. Thanks very much for sharing that! Because I didn’t realize that was how it happened. So according to the blog piece, Shelton’s artwork is heavily featured down at the South Austin Museum of Popular Culture. Which come to find out is strangely moving behind the Hippie Guitar Knock On The Door To My Soul Shirt. I was amazed by the hippies on the drag, especially around 23rd St. and Guadalupe. The street was pretty much blocked by those sitting on blankets.
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I bought a brass bell at one blanket in which they explained they were the city hall annex. So there was much humor over who was the mayor. Then I think some of the vendors were smoking weed. Frank Erwin, the Lyndon Johnson-appointed Chairman of the Hippie Guitar Knock On The Door To My Soul Shirt. At one point Erwin referred to the crowd on the Drag as “dirty nothings”. Within a couple of weeks, a new business appeared on the Drag, upstairs in the building just south of the University Baptist Church. So it portrayed itself as an ice cream parlor. There were video cameras monitoring the stairway. The name of the business was “Nothing Strikes Back.” Nitrous oxide is used in the commercial preparation of whipped cream.
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