Kitchen Sink (1972-90)
The underground comic book era’s golden age was replete with homages and tributes to the pre-Code EC comic book era of the early 1950s. Bogeyman was one of the first and Skull Comics was one of the most successful (six solid issues in less than three years). A few months before Last Gasp published the last issue of Skull in the fall of 1972, Kitchen Sink launched Death Rattle, which produced three issues in its first year before fading away. The title was revived for a second volume by Kitchen Sink Press in 1985 for a sweet 18-issue, three-year run. Seven years later, Kitchen Sink dug up the old favorite for a third volume of five issues.
Dark comic with gruesome story lines.