Gilbert Shelton's Feds 'N' Heads Weed Board Game Furry Freak Brothers. This humorous dope culture game was released in September 1971 as a Playboy insert. It was designed and drawn by underground cartoonist and comix artist Gilbert Shelton, known for his creation, the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers Comic Series. He's also well known as the cover artist for the Grateful Dead's 1978 Shakedown Street LP. The object of the game is to try to score weed (points) while avoiding rip-offs, bummers, burns, and busts. Title page is actually a 3-page fold-out that has the playing board. Back of one page has “How To Play” directions, another page has full page cartoon titled “At Home With the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers” while the following two pages (one in red, one in green) hold rectangular cards to be cut apart for use in the game with green ones titled “Weird Trips” and the red ones titled “Burns, Busts, Bummers & Rip-Offs.” The game is complete, unused and essentially mint as removed from its staples in the magazine.