Los Angeles: Jim Yousling, 1989.
Softcover. First Edition. Small Quarto. Unpaginated. Staple bound zine in illustrated wrappers. Fine. Number 31 of 100 copies. Signed on the front cover: "Flame on! Jim Yousling." A coloring book spoof of the popular Japanese character Hello Kitty written and illustrated by the author. Due to being shut down by the owners of Hello Kitty products the zine was never distributed. Highlights include "Hell Kitty plays Death in an Ingmar Bergman movie," "Hell Kitty drops acid and becomes paranoid," and "Hell Kitty makes Little Lulu look like Proust." Yousling was a graphic artist and edited the gay skin magazine *In Touch For Men* in the 1980s. He was an ornament in the Los Angeles underground community until his premature death in 1995.