Kitchen Sink Press  

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Kitchen Sink Press was a comic book publishing company founded by Denis Kitchen in 1969. Kitchen owned and operated Kitchen Sink Press until 1999. Kitchen Sink Press was a pioneering publisher of underground comics, and was also responsible for numerous republications of classic comic strips in hardcover and softcover anthologies.

These included comic strip reprints in hard cover and soft cover. One of their best known products was the first total reprinting of Will Eisner's masterpiece The Spirit first in magazine format then in color.



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