1. Mad magazine's Dave Berg inspired teeth in Lynda Barry's biting comics (her first book): Girls and Boys (Harper Collins, 1993 [The Real Comet Press, 1981]);
2., 3. Maybonne ponders child abuse in Come Over Come Over (Harper Collins, 1990);
4. Lynda Barry's funky collage style is typical of feminist Pattern and Decoration art (Ree Morton, more than Miriam Schapiro, comes to mind); art as exorcism in One! Hundred! Demons! (Sasquatch Books, 2002)
5. Lynda Barry's "how to" book, and more: What It Is (Drawn & Quarterly, 2008 - thank you for keeping the flame alive on paper Chris Oliveros!): a moody self-portrait as a child.
PS Lynda's site: http://www.marlysmagazine.com/