Kitchen Sink (1972-1990)
In the span of a few months in 1972, Kitchen Sink launched three major underground comics anthologies: Snarf, Bizarre Sex and Death Rattle. The first of those was Snarf, which debuted in February with work from Tim Boxell, Evert Geradts and Wendel Pugh among others (including Kitchen). The second issue added Peter Poplaski, Richard “Grass” Green and featured an awesome Jay Lynch cover. The first four issues came out in a little over a year, added Joel Beck and Howard Cruse as contributors, and scored a major triumph with front-cover art by Will Eisner (featuring the Spirit).
Very interesting and well-drawn comic Snarf added.