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The Oddly Compelling
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Cartoonist, author, publisher, curator, and entrepreneur Denis Kitchen was one of the earliest artists in the "underground comix" movement of the late 1960s. Inspired by Bijou Funnies and Zap Comix, he self-published Mom's Homemade Comics in Milwaukee, WI. He also founded and for three decades ran Kitchen Sink Press (1969-99), a pioneering house that published definitive award-winning graphic works by R. Crumb, Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, Scott McCloud, Alan Moore, Art Spiegelman, Charles Burns, and many other contemporary artists, as well as numerous collections of vintage comic strips.   Read more...

All images below can be enlarged. Medium is pen and ink with screentone on paper, custom FRAMED, unless otherwise stated.


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