Prefaced by Griffith’s long, anecdotal accounting of his work and including stories featuring other characters who’d eventually join the strip’s cast as well as 48 pages in full color..., this collection attests the perdurable wit, style, and smarts of one of the greatest of the 1960s San Francisco underground cartoonists. [Starred Review] (Ray Olson - Booklist)
Lost and Found is a milestone book... (Steven Heller - The Atlantic)
Lost and Found... testifies to Griffith’s heroic output of underground comics, and his commitment to a lifetime of making work that is challenging, inventive, and beautifully drawn. His signature narrative discombobulation and linguistic elasticity unite all these disparate pieces into a cohesive statement of surprise and protest... (Matthew Thurber & Rebecca Bird - The Comics Journal)
Bill Griffith, the one prominent figure of underground comix to reach the daily comic page mainstream, has delivered again . . . Day by day,week by week, year by year, Zippy reveals the oddness of post-modernity . . . Not even Griffophiles (or is it Zippophiles?) like this reviewer knew most of the details offered here... (Paul Buhle - The Jewish Daily Forward)
Bill Griffith is the artist behind the legendary weekly comic Zippy. Griffith's prolific output has been included in such publications as the Village Voice, National Lampoon, and the New Yorker. Along with Art Spiegelman, Griffith co-founded the influential anthology Arcade and is credited for coining the popular phrase, "Are we Having Fun Yet?" He currently lives in Connecticut with his wife, the cartoonist Diane Noomin.