Weirdo was a magazine-sized comics anthology created by Robert Crumb and published by Last Gasp (publisher)1981 to1993. Weirdo served as a "low art" counterpoint to its contemporary highbrow Raw. Early issues of Weirdo reflect Crumb's interests at the time outsider art, fumetti, Church of the SubGenius-type anti-propaganda and assorted "weirdness." It also introduced artists such as Peter Bagge, Dori Seda, and Dennis (Stickboy) Worden.
With issue #10, Crumb later handed over the editing reins to Bagge; with issue #18, the reins went to Crumb's wife, cartoonist Aline Kominsky-Crumb (except for issue #25, which was again edited by Bagge). The three editorial tenures were known respectively as "Personal Confessions", the "Coming of the Bad Boys", and the "Twisted Sisters".
Weirdo's final issue, #28, an internationally themed 68-page giant titled "Verre D'eau" (in French, "glass of water"), was published in 1993.