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2000/124/14 Comic book, 'Krunch!', issue 2, volume 1, paper, Streetwize Comics, Australia, 1997. Click to enlarge.

Comic book made by Streetwize Comics

Made by Streetwize Comics Ltd in Australia, Oceania, 1997.

Founded in 1984, Streetwize Comics produces free educational comics for young people covering a wide range of issues. The comics communicate important messages in an easy-to-read format that young people can relate to, particularly disadvantaged youth. The comics, as well as other material including posters and educators’ notes, deal with topics such as health and safety, legal issues, racism, sexual harassment, domestic violence, homosexuality, housing, employment, gambling, drug and alcohol ab...


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Object Statement

Comic book, 'Krunch!', issue 2, volume 1, paper, Streetwize Comics, Australia, 1997

Physical Description

Comic book, 'Krunch!', issue 2, volume 1, paper, Streetwize Comics, Australia, 1997

Portrait-format comic book with a colour illustration depicting two young men playing football on the cover. The comic book bears the title 'Krunch!' in red. The internal pages feature black and white illustrations. The 'Krunch' subscription series republishes the best stories from previous comics. This issue features stories discussing drug and alcohol use, pregnancy, depression and sexual abuse.



276 mm


205 mm



The comic book was produced in July 1997 by Streetwize Comics Ltd with funding from the Community Organisations' Support Program of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services. The stories featured in this issue are Eddie Greenaway, Victoria Smith and Ross Carnsew with illustrations by Stephen Crowley, Ross Carnsew, Prue Borthwick and Les Robinson.


Credit Line

Gift of Streetwize Comics Ltd, 2000

Acquisition Date

24 November 2000

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