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Kitchen Sink Press records, 1965-2013

Series I: Correspondence, 1965-2013

Denis Kitchen kept two sets of correspondence files, primary correspondence and secondary correspondence, based upon the importance of the correspondence file to his business. This being the case, there may be files related to a single person in both sets of correspondence files.

The correspondence files function as correspondence, subject, and business files, and contain not only correspondence but also biographical information, contracts, copyright information, ephemera, , notes on telephone conversations, obituaries, payment information, printed materials, proposals, and royalty statements. Many files also include examples of artwork represented by published comics, copies of both published and unpublished work, and items drawn on the pages of correspondence.

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Subseries I.1: Primary Correspondence, 1969-2009

This subseries contains correspondence files that were considered vital to the business of Kitchen Sink Press, and they were originally stored in a fireproof cabinet. The files are arranged alphabetically.



Box 1 Allen, Doug, 1990-1992

(American underground cartoonist, illustrator, best known for his long-running comic strip,Steven)


Box 1 Armstrong, Robert "Bob", 1972-1987

(American underground cartoonist,Mickey Rat, Cheap Suit Serenaders, Couch Potatoes)


Box 1 Barks, Carl (1901-2000), 1972-1996

(American cartoonist, Disney, Scrooge McDuck)


Box 1 Beck, Joel (1943-1999), 1970-1986

(American underground cartoonist,Snarf, Bizarre Sex, Lenny of Laredo)


Box 1 Boivin, Jacques, 1985-1993

(underground cartoonist,Melody)


Box 1 Burns, Charles, 1981-2002

(American underground cartoonist and graphic novelist,Black Hole, Big Baby, Skin Deep. See Also: Chip Beck)


Box 1 Cabarga, Leslie, 1972-1996

(Letterer, KSP logo,Betty Boop)


Box 1 Caniff, Milton (1907-1988), 1981-1990

(American cartoonist,Steve Canyon,Terry & The Pirates. Includes correspondence with Toni Mendez, as well as contracts and other business records.)


Box 1 Capp, Al (1909-1979), 1973-1976

(American cartoonist,Lil' Abner)


Box 1 Clowes, Dan, 1991-1992

(American underground cartoonist and graphic novelist,Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron, Ghost World)


Box 1 Clyne, Dan, 1970-1974 1992, 1970-1974, 1992

(American underground cartoonist,Hungry Chuck Biscuits)


Box 1 Cobb, Ron, 1970-1974

(American underground and political cartoonist, film designer)



Box 2 Coleman, Joe, 1976 1988-1990, 1976, 1988-1990

(American visionary painter and performer)


Box 2 Colwell, Guy, 1981-1986 1995, 1981-1986, 1995

(American underground cartoonist,Inner City Romance)


Box 2 Corben, Richard, 1971-1991

(American illustrator and comic book artist,Slow Death, Heavy Metal)


Box 2 Crumb, Robert, 1970-2009

(American underground cartoonist and musician,Zap, Mr. Natural, Fritz the Cat, Weirdo, et. al.)


Box 2 Cruse, Howard, 1972-1993

(American underground cartoonist,Wendel, Barefootz)


Box 2 Dallas, Charles, 1974-1986

(American underground cartoonist,Psychotic Adventures)


Box 2 Deitch, Kim, 1970-1989

(American underground cartoonist,Gothic Blimp Works)



Box 3 Eisner, Will (1917-2005), 1971-1998

(American cartoonist, writer, and graphic novelist,The Spirit, A Contract with God.Includes royalty information.)


Box 3 Elder, Will (1921-2008), 1974-2002

(American cartoonist,Mad,Panic)


Box 3 Ellison, Harlan, 1977-1992

(American science fiction author)


Box 3 Estren, Mark James, 1970-1983

(comics historian, author ofA History of Underground Comics)


Box 3 Feiffer, Jules, 1980-1982 1990, 1980-1982, 1990

(American syndicated cartoonist,Feiffer)


Box 3 Flenniken, Shary, 1974-1977

(American underground cartoonist,Trots and Bonnie,National Lampoon)



Box 4 Friedman, Drew, 1989-1993

(American underground cartoonist/caricaturist)


Box 4 Geradts, Evert, 1982-1986

(Dutch cartoonist,Stripschapprijs)


Box 4 Green, Justin, 1970-1991

(American underground cartoonist,Binky Brown Meets the Holy Virgin Mary)


Box 4 Griffith, Bill, 1970-1993

(American underground cartoonist,Zippy the Pinhead; "Are we having fun yet?")


Box 4 Holmes, Rand (1942-2002), 1974-1996

(Canadian underground cartoonist,Harold Hedd, Hitler's Cocaine)


Box 4 Irons, Greg (1947-1984), 1970-1981

(American underground cartoonist and poster artist,Slow Death,Skull Comix)


Box 4 Jackson, Jack "Jaxon" (1941-2006), 1970-1992

(American underground cartoonist,God Nose,Comanche Moon)


Box 4 King, Larry--T.V. Show Appearance, 1989 May, 1989

(Correspondence related to the appearance; there is no correspondence from Larry King.)


Box 4 Kinney, Jay, 1970-1985

(American underground cartoonist,Bijou Funnies, Young Lust, Anarchy Comics)


Box 4 Kurtzman, Harvey (1924-1993), 1969-1993

(American cartoonist and editor,Mad,Help,Little Annie Fanny)


Box 4 Lee, Stan, 1969-1996

(American comic book writer, publisher, editor-in-chief, Marvel Comics)


Box 4 Loft, Peter, 1974-1989

(American underground cartoonist,Snarf, Bizarre Sex, et. al.)


Box 4 London, Bobby, 1972-1988

(American underground cartoonist,Dirty Duck)



Box 5 Lynch, Jane--UG Wives Zine, 1969-1971 1981, 1969-1971, 1981

(Includes copies of Lynch's "Little Ladies" zine)


Lynch, Jay

(American underground cartoonist,Nard n' Pat, Bijou Funnies, Mad)



Box 4 1969-1974

(Includes correspondence from Jane Lynch (Jay's 1st wife) )



Box 5 1975-2003


Box 5 Matt, Joe, 1988-1998

(American alternative cartoonist,Peepshow)


Box 5 Meltzer, Richard, 1973-1978

(American underground rock writer, novelist, poet)


Box 5 Moore, Alan, 1987-2003

(British author and graphic novelist,Watchmen, V for Vendetta, From Hell)


Box 5 Murphy, Willy (1937-1976), 1974-1975

(American underground cartoonist,S.F. Underground Comix, Flamed-Out Funnies)


Box 5 Newhall, Mike, 1978-1998

(American underground cartoonist)


Box 5 Poplaski, Pete, 1970-2006

(American underground cartoonist and painter, longtime KSP art director, editor ofThe R. Crumb Coffee Table Book)


Box 5 Pound, John, 1972-1993

(American underground cartoonist,Dope Comix, Weird Trips)


Box 5 Robbins, Trina, 1970-2002

(American underground cartoonist,Wet Satin, A Century of Women Cartoonists)


Box 5 Rodriquez, Spain (1940-2012), 1970-1993

(American underground cartoonist,Trashman, Che: A Graphic Biography)



Box 6 Rude, Steve, 1983-1992

(American comic book artist,Nexus, The Moth)


Box 6 Schultz, Mark, 1986-1993

(American comic book writer and illustrator,Xenozoic Tales)


Box 6 Seuling, Phil (1934-1984), 1970-1984

(comic book distributor, organized first significant comic book conventions; introduced Eisner and Kitchen)


Box 6 Shelton, Gilbert, 1980-1997

(American underground cartoonist,Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, Fat Freddy's Cat, Wonder Warthog)


Box 6 Sheridan, Dave (1943-1982), 1970-1974

(American underground cartoonist,Dealer McDope, Leather Nun)


Box 6 Spiegelman, Art, 1970-1998

(American underground cartoonist,Raw, Maus, Breakdowns)


Box 6 Stack, Frank (a.k.a. Foolbert Sturgeon), 1988-1990 undated, 1988-1990, undated

(American underground cartoonist,Adventures of Jesus,Dorman's Doggie)


Box 6 Stanley, John (1914-1993), 1972-1976

(American cartoonist,Little Lulu)


Box 6 Stout, William, 1973-1992

(American underground cartoonist, fantasy artist/illustrator)


Box 6 Thompson, John, 1972-1976

(American underground cartoonist and early psychedelic artist)


Box 6 Vance, James, 1989-1993 2003, 1989-1993, 2003

(American comic book writer, KSP editor,Kings in Disguise)


Waller, Reed and Kate Worley (1958-2004)

(American underground comic creators,Omaha, The Cat Dancer)


Box 6 1985-1997


Box 6 Benefit Comic, 1991-1992


Box 6 Willams, Robert, 1971-1992

(American underground cartoonist and pop-surrealist painter,Zap, Juxtapoz)


Box 6 Williamson, Al (1931-2010), 1990-1999

(American EC Comics cartoonist,Weird Science, Weird Fantasy)


Box 6 Williamson, Skip, 1970-1992

(American underground cartoonist,Bijou Funnies, Conspiracy Capers)


Box 6 Wilson, S. Clay, 1971-1991

(American underground cartoonist,Zap, Checkered Demon)


Box 6 Wolverton, Basil (1909-1978), 1974-1988

(American cartoonist,Powerhouse Pepper, Lena the Hyena, Mad, Plop!Includes correspondence with wife Honor and son Monte after Basil Wolverton's 1974 stroke.)


Box 6 Zwigoff, Terry--re: Crumb doc., 1995

(American film director,Crumb,Ghost World)


Subseries I.2: Secondary Correspondence, 1965-2013

This subseries contains correspondence files that were less important to the business of Kitchen Sink Press than those filed in primary correspondence. These files are arranged alphabetically.



Box 7 Early Krupp: International Media Ltd. (IML) Fiasco, 1974-1976


Box 7 A--Miscellaneous, 1989-2002


Box 7 Aanes, Doug, 1992-1997

(Dope Fiendscard set)


Box 7 Abel, Jessica, undated

(artist,Life Sucks,Artbabe, etc.)


Box 7 ACME Studios, 1995-1996


Box 7 Adams, Neal, 1974-1980

(DC Comics artist,Superman, Batman, Green Arrow)


Box 7 Agger, Jens Peder, 1983-1999

(Borgen Forlag)


Akin, Linda

(a.k.a. Justine Rochefoucald. "Dragon Woman")


Box 7 Early Krupp Files, 1970-1971


Box 7 1971-1977


Box 7 Dragon Woman, 1970-1971


Box 7 Albin Michel, 1996-1998

(French Publisher)


Box 7 Allen, Paul, 1995


Box 7 Allie, Scott, 1998-2000

(Dark Horse editor, late 1990s)


Box 7 Allred, Mike, 1992-1998

(Dark Horse,Madman, late 1990s)


Box 7 Amara, Phil, 1995-1998

(Kitchen Sink Press editor)


Box 7 Anderson, Brent, 1981-1982

(contributor,Spirit Magazine)


Box 7 Andrae, Tom, 1993-1994

(Lil' Abner,Fosdick)


Box 7 Aragones, Sergio, 1972-1999

(Mad)


Box 7 Arakelian, Hank-- Crackpots & Visionaries, 1991-1993

(WFMU radio/Crackpots and Visionariescard set)


Box 7 Arkoff, Samuel, 1990

(Film director)


Box 7 Arlington, Gary, 1969-1978 2012, 1969-1978, 2012

(San Francisco Comic Book Company)


Box 7 Armstrong, Robert "Bob", 1982-1990

(American underground cartoonist,Mickey Rat, Cheap Suit Serenaders,Couch Potatoes)


Box 7 Armstrong, Dean, 1986-2001

(Artist,Death Rattle)


Box 7 Armstrong, Howard, 1989

(Old blues musician in Zwigoff film)


Box 7 Askwith, Mark, 1989-1990

(TVOntario)


Box 7 Auad, Michael, 1994-1998

(Alex Toth/Caniff business)


Box 7 Austen, Chuck, 1995-1998


Box 7 Austin, Terry, 1979-1987

(Spiritbusiness)


Box 7 Auth, Tony, 1989


Box 7 Averick, Fred, 1988

(Soap Opera)


Box 7 B--Miscellaneous, 1987-2004


Box 7 Bacha, David Abu, 1990

(Artist;Snarf)


Box 7 Bachmann, Thomas, 2000

(Who's Who in America)


Box 7 Bachner, Walter, 1977-1978

(Bagginer Press; collector)


Box 7 Bagge, Peter, 1981-1993

(Hate,Neat Stuff)


Box 7 Bahm, Charles, 1975


Box 7 Baisden, Greg, 1991-1992 2002, 1991-1992, 2002

(Tundra)


Box 7 Bajek, Tom, 1991-1992

(UW Hockey cards)


Box 7 Balantine, Ian, 1993

(James Bama art)


Box 7 Bane, Tamara (Tamara Bane Gallery), 1992-1996


Box 7 Bardot, Babette, 1971-1974


Box 7 Barker, Clive, 1993-1994

(Bess Cutler Gallery)


Box 7 Barkin, Herman, & Associates, 1971-1973

(Early public relations)


Box 7 Barks, Carl (Carl Barks Studio), 1996


Box 7 Baron, Mike, 1970-1998

(DC Comics writer,Badger,Nexus, et. al.)


Box 7 Barr, Mike W., 1988-1990

(Maze Agency)


Box 7 Barrier, Mike, 1970-1983

(Funnyworld)


Box 7 Barry, Dan, 1988-1993

(Flash Gordon)


Box 7 Barry, Lynda, 1987

(artist, graphic novelist,Ernie Pook's Comeek, Cruddy, et.al.)


Box 7 Barson, Mike, 1988-1998

(Blonde Bombshells)


Box 7 Bartness, Gerald, 1978

(Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)


Box 7 Bauman, Barry



Box 8 Baumgart, Don, 1987-1989

(Rip Off Press)


Box 8 Baxandall, Lee, 1975-1991

(Green Mountain Editions)


Box 8 Bear, Greg, 1996

(Cyberpunk writer)


Box 8 Beatty, Terry, 1980-1990

(MOD)


Box 8 Beauchamp, Monte, 1971-2003

(Editor ofBlab!And an important Kitchen Sink Press alum)


Box 8 Beck, C.C., 1974-1983

(Artist,Captain Marvel)


Box 8 Beck, Chip, 1996-1997

(Appears that this is Charles Burns)


Box 8 Beck, Joel (1943-1999), 1996

(American underground cartoonist,Snarf, Bizarre Sex, Lenny of Laredo)


Box 8 Beck, Michael, 1997

(Modern Graphics)


Box 8 Becker, Larry, 1978-1985

(Vootie)


Box 8 Beerbohm, Robert, 1993-1994

(Rick Griffin estate)


Box 8 Bell, Blake, 2002


Box 8 Benson, John, 1973-1996

(Spiritintro,Squa Trontcomics scholar)


Box 8 Benson, Sandy, 1997-1998

(Business and bookkeeping consultant at Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 8 Berg, Chris, 1996

(From Beyond the Fridge)


Box 8 Bergdoll, Alfred, 1982

(Collector)


Box 8 Berndt, Randall, 1990-1993

(Visionary artist)


Box 8 Berns, Norman, 1997

(Business file related toThe Crow)


Box 8 Berry, Rick, 1997


Box 8 Betty Boop, 1993-1998


Box 8 Beyer, Mark, 1977-1982 1994, 1977-1982, 1994

(Visionary artist)


Box 8 Beyond Information, 1995


Box 8 Bharucha, Fershid, 1972-1998

(French artist,Bizarre Sex,Metal Hurlant)


Box 8 Big Brother and the Holding Company, 1998 (Band), 1998


Box 8 Biggs, Brian, 1996-1998


Box 8 Bissette, Steve, 1982-1998

(Tundra artist)


Box 8 Bitta, Stefania, 1997-1998

(Macchia Nera)


Box 8 Black, Bill, 1974-1978

(Paragon, AC Comics)


Box 8 Blackbeard, Bill, 1970-1998

(San Francisco Academy of Comic Art)


Box 8 Blaisdell, Gus, 1975-1978

(writer, educator,Prose Ocean, friend of Hunter S. Thompson and Ralph Steadman)


Box 8 Blechman, R.O., 1988

(artist, graphic novelist,The Soldier's Tale, Georgie)


Box 8 Blount, Roy, Jr., 1989-1990

(Humorist)


Box 8 Blue, Robert, 1996-1998

(Re: Betty Page images. Includes correspondence from Linda Blue.)


Box 8 Blue, Stephen, 1997


Box 8 Boates, Brent, 1978


Box 8 Bode, Mark, 1970 1992-1998, 1970, 1992-1998

(artist, son of Vaughn Bode,Cobalt 60.Includes correspondence with Vaughn Bode.)


Box 8 Boelke, Jim, 1990


Box 8 Boezio, Sherrie, 1989-1992


Box 8 Boivin, Jacques, 1989-1999

(Underground cartoonist,Melody)



Box 9 Boldner, Sharon, 1989


Box 9 Bolland, Brian, 1981


Box 9 Bond, Steve, 1988-1990


Box 9 Border Worlds, 1987


Box 9 Bossert, Jill, 1989

(Madison Square Press)


Box 9 Boswell, David, 1981-1992

(Canadian artist)


Box 9 Boswick, Steve, 1991


Box 9 Bouche, Jeff, 1989


Box 9 Bourne, Malcolm, 1995-1996


Box 9 Bowen, Randy, 1992-1998

(Bowen Design Studios; toys)


Box 9 Boxell, Tim, 1971-1987

(artist/film director,Slow Death, Death Rattle, et. al.)


Box 9 Boyd, Robert, 1991-1999

(SLC Punk project)


Box 9 Boyles, Dennis, 1978


Box 9 Brabner, Joyce, 1989-1992

(Artist; widow of Harvey Pekar)


Box 9 Bradstreet, Tim, 1996-1998

(Business file related toThe Crow)


Box 9 Brainstorm, 1991


Box 9 Brancatelli, Joe, 1972-1975

(Editor,Monster Times)


Box 9 Brand, Roger (1943-1985), 1970-1978

(artist,Real Pulp Comics,Leather Nun, et. al.)


Box 9 Branski, Neal, 1975


Box 9 Bray, Glenn, 1972-1999

(Art collector, Stanislaw Szukalski scholar)


Box 9 Breth, Gregg, 1985

(Record dealer)


Box 9 Breyfogle, Norm, 1989-1991


Box 9 Bristow, Bruce, 1989 undated

(DC Comics)


Box 9 Bristow, Dick, 1971-1973

(Political Button Book)


Box 9 Brockway, Amie, 1996-2003

(Art director, Kitchen Sink press, DC Comics)


Box 9 Brodsky, Sol, 1974-1976

(Marvel Comics)


Box 9 Brown, Chester, 1987

(Canadian artist and graphic novelist)


Box 9 Brown, Jeff, 1992

(Institute of White Noise)


Box 9 Brown, Robert, 1991-1995

(Pulp dealer)


Box 9 Browne, Christopher, 1975-1984

(Artist. See Also: Dave Schreiner files)


Box 9 Brownstein, Charles, 1994-2001

(FeatureMagazine)


Box 9 Brownstein/Chapman Summit, 2000

(re: Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) )


Box 9 Brundage, Matt, 1998


Box 9 Bruning, Richard, 1981-1988

(Abraxas Studio head and important art director, including the development of the graphic novel)


Box 9 Bryant, Audrey, 1990

(Godine)


Box 9 Bucher, Dot, 1975-1976

(Wimmin's Comix)


Box 9 Bucklin, Nate, 1989


Box 9 Bucknix, Harry, 1979


Box 9 Budzinski, Tom, 1976-1982


Box 9 Buhle, Paul, 1970-1995

(Retired senior lecturer, Brown University. Author of over 35 books includingEncyclopedia of the America LeftandRadical America)


Box 9 Burbey, Mark, 1978-1989


Box 9 Burden, Bob, 1981-1997

(Flaming Carrot)


Box 9 Burger, Robert, 1987-1998

(artist,Death Rattle,Psychobabble)


Box 9 Burkhart, Ford, 1975-1977

(The Traveling Information Center)


Box 9 Burr, Dan, 1985-2003 2013, 1985-2003, 2013

(Artist,Kings in Disguise)


Box 9 Bushmiller, Ernie, 1974

(Nancy)


Box 9 Busiek, Kurt, 1996

(Comic Book Legal Defense Fund)


Box 9 C--Miscellaneous, 1986-2002


Box 9 Carbarga, Leslie, 1988-1998

(Letterer, KSP logo,Betty Boop. Includes material related to the F.G. Cooper book.)


Box 9 Caldwell, Clyde, 1973-1980

(Horror and science fiction artist)



Box 10 Campbell, Eddie, 1993-2001

(Scottish artist,From Hell,Alec)


Box 10 Campbell, Rick, 1989

(Gay Comix)


Box 10 Campbell, W. John, 1993


Box 10 Campbell, Zane, 1997

(Artist/Writer)


Box 10 Camper, Jennifer, 1981


Box 10 Campiti, David, 1993


Box 10 Caniffites , 1986-1989


Box 10 Caplan, Alan, 1996-1998


Box 10 Caplan, Elliot, 1996-1997


Box 10 Caplan, Howard, 1982


Box 10 Carlsen, Forgalet, 1993-1998


Box 10 Carlson, K.C., 1988


Box 10 Cartoon Art Museum, 1988-1990


Box 10 Caswell, Lucy, 1984-1985

(Ohio State University Library for Communication and Graphic Arts)


Box 10 Catherine, Susan, 1991


Box 10 Catron, Mike, 1987-1989


Box 10 Cavalier Magazine, 1981-1982


Box 10 Celsi, David (aka David Chelsea), 1996-1998


Box 10 Chadwick, Paul, 1988-1998

(Artist/Writer,Concrete)


Box 10 Chaloner, Paul, 1990 1999, 1990, 1999

(Australian artist/writer; Eisner collaborator)


Box 10 Chapman, Bob, 1990-2010

(Graphitti Designs)


Box 10 Chelsea, David (aka David Celsi), 1993-1994

(Graphic novelist;David Chelsea in Love)


Box 10 Chernoff, Dona, 1993-1995


Box 10 Chevli, Lyn, 1999

(Feminist cartoonist)


Box 10 Chicago Sun-Times, 1973-1974 1989, 1973-1974, 1989


Box 10 Choquette, Michel, 1972-1974 2009, 1972-1974, 2009

(Someday Funnies)


Box 10 Christensen, John, 1983-1993 2001, 1983-1993, 2001

(Beat Brothers)


Box 10 Christopher, Tom, 1972-1996

(American artist)


Box 10 Chubb, Caldecot, 1995-1995

(Alphaville)


Box 10 City of Lost Children , 1995


Box 10 Clarke, Burton, 1981-1987

(Gay Comix)


Box 10 Clowes, Dan, 1988-1989

(American underground cartoonist and graphic novelist,Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron,Ghost World)


Box 10 Coats, Daryl, 1988 undated


Box 10 Cochran, Russ, 1988-1998

(Comic art dealer)


Box 10 Colabuono, Gary, 1989


Box 10 Coleman, Joe, 1976-1996

(American visionary painter and performer)


Box 10 Collins, Max Alan, 1974-1993

(Artist)


Box 10 Collins, Nancy, 1999


Box 10 Colwell, Gary, 1981-2001

(American underground cartoonist,Inner City Romance)


Box 10 Comic Buyer's Guide, 1980-1993


Box 10 Comics Journal, 1978-1998


Box 10 Conaway, Robb, 1995-1998

(The Dung Boys)


Box 10 Conner, Jeff, 1995-1998


Box 10 Conrad, Bill, 1971-1979

(Waylon Jennings)


Box 10 Cooke, Jon, 2000-2003

(Comic Book Artistmagazine)


Box 10 Cooper, Dave, 1999-2000

(Canadian underground cartoonist and artist;Suckle,Crumple,Weasel)


Box 10 Coovert, Dale Lee, 1971-1981

(Artist,Modern Correspondence)


Box 10 Copyright Law, 1997-2003


Box 10 Corben, Richard, 1996

(American illustrator and comic book artist,Heavy Metal)


Box 10 Cosgrove, Pat, 1971-1982

(Finjab)


Box 10 Couch, Chris, 1996-1998

(Senior Editor at Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 10 Coulson, Dave, 1988-1989


Box 10 Countermedia , 1991-1992


Box 10 Coyle, Matt, 1997-1998


Box 10 Crabb, Kate and Bob, 1983-1993


Box 10 Crain, Dale, 1993-2001


Box 10 Crain, Glynn, 1991



Box 11 Crane, Roy, 1974


Box 11 Creem Magazine, 1972-1977 1992, 1972-1977, 1992


Box 11 Crook, William, 1979-1982


Box 11 Crouch, Bill, 1990-1992


Box 11 Crouch, Dorothy, 1995


Box 11 Crowell, Mike, 1989


Box 11 Crumb, Aline Komisky, 1998

(Wife of Robert Crumb)


Box 11 Crumb, Jesse, 1993-1998

(Son of Robert Crumb)


Crumb, Robert


Box 11 General, 1988-1999

(American underground cartoonist and musician,Zap, Mr. Natural, Fritz the Cat, Weirdo, et. al.)


Box 11 Related Projects, 1993-2000


Box 11 The Ink Group, 1996-1998


Box 11 Cruse, Howard, 1979-2003

(American underground cartoonist,Wendel, Barefootz)


Box 11 Cryptic Corporation, 1990-1998

("The Residents" (band) )


Box 11 Cutler, Sandy, 1976-1980


Box 11 D--Miscellaneous, 1991-1998


Box 11 Dahlk, Randall, 1990-1992

(Designer,Xenozoic Tales)


Box 11 Daley, Pat, 1974


Box 11 Dallas, Charles, 1985-1986

(American underground cartoonist,Psychotic Adventures)


Box 11 Dalton Books, 1982-1986


Box 11 Dangle, Lloyd, 1991

(Cartoonist,Troubletown)


Box 11 Danielson, Garth, 1973-1979


Box 11 Danky, Jim, 1973-2003

(Art-historian, co-author, with Denis Kitchen, ofUnderground Classics: The Transformation of Comics into Comix)


Box 11 Dark Horse Comics, 1990


Box 11 Darmstaedter, Chet, 1989-1990

(Real name of the artist XNO)


Box 11 Darrow, Geoff, 1995-1996

(artist, Hard Boiled; The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot, Shaolin Cowboy)


Box 11 David, Bruce, 1989


Box 11 David, Marcus, undated


Box 11 Davidson, Dan, 1992


Box 11 Davis, Al, 1973-1978 1996, 1973-1978, 1996


Box 11 Davis, Jack, 1974-2001

(MAD, et al)



Box 12 Davis, John, 1988-1995


Box 12 Davis, Michael, 1993-1994


Box 12 Davis, Vince, 1974


Box 12 Day, Howard Eugene "Gene" (1951-1982), 1973-1974 1983, 1973-1974, 1983

(Canadian comic book artist best known for Marvel Comics'Star Warslicensed series andMaster of Kung Fu. He was considered a mentor by independent comic writer/artist Dave Sim.)


Box 12 Day, Rob, 1992


Box 12 D.C. Comics, 1985-2003


Box 12 Death Rattle Trademark, 1994-1996


Box 12 Death Studio, 1986-1987


Box 12 Debardinis, Olivia, 1991-1992


Box 12 DeCandido, Keith, 1991-1992


Box 12 DeFuccio, Jerry, 1992-1995


Box 12 DeHaven, Tom, 1990-2002

(American author, editor, journalist, and writing teacher, perhaps best known for his comics-themed novels including theDerby Dugantrilogy andIt's Superman.)


Box 12 Deitch, Kim, circa, 1973-1999

(Artist)


Box 12 Deitch, Simon, 1975


Box 12 Delcourt, Guy, 1993-1998

(Editions Delcourt)


Box 12 Demian, 1983-1985


Box 12 Dempsey, Greg, 1978-1981


Box 12 Deschaine, Scott, 1989-1996

(writer,A Bug's Gift, Blue Block,Screaming Eagle)


Box 12 Desris, Joe, 1986-1998

(Batmanscholar, collector)


Box 12 DeVogel, Rebecca, 1992-1994


Box 12 DiCaprio, George, 1989-1991

(American comic book artist/writer (Greaser Comics, Baloney Moccasins) and underground comic book distributor) (father of actor Leonardo DiCaprio) )


Box 12 Diehl, Digby, 1996

(Famed editor, Harry N. Abrams,Tales from the Crypt)


Box 12 Dionnet, Pierre, 1982

(French cartoonist and television presenter; co-founder ofMétal Hurlantin 1974.)


Box 12 Dixon, Chuck, 1988-1989

(American comic book writer,Punisher,Batman, G.I. Joe)


Box 12 Dobbs, "Bob"-- Church of the Subgenius, 1980-1983

(The Church of the SubGenius is an American parody and UFO religion that targets established faiths. It teaches a complex belief system that focuses on J.R. "Bob" Dobbs, purportedly a salesman from the 1950s who is revered as a prophet by the Church.)


Box 12 Dobson, Michael, 1995

(Marvel Comics publisher)


Box 12 Dodge, Al, 1972-1978

(Musician; R. Crumb's Cheap Suite Serenaders)


Box 12 Dohler, Donald Michael "Don" (1946-2006), 1970-1979

(American film director known for making low-budget science fiction and horror films as well as work in underground comix and publishing;WILD,ProJunior)


Box 12 Donahue, Don (1942-2010), 1975 1990, 1975, 1990

(Apex Novelties, San Francisco underground comics publisher)


Box 12 Dope Comix Letters, 1978-1982


Box 12 Dorf, Sheldon "Shel" (1933-2009), 1977-1983 2009, 1977-1983, 2009

(American comic strip letterer, artist, and the founder of the San Diego Comic Con International)


Box 12 Dorheim, Jean, 1976-1981

(Journalism professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) )


Box 12 Dorr, Alan, 1980-1984


Box 12 Doucet, Julie, 1992

(Canadian underground cartoonist,Dirty Plotte)


Box 12 Downs, Hugh, 1989


Box 12 Downs, Sarah, 1990


Box 12 Dozier, Dave, 1981


Box 12 Dr. Demento, 1972-1977

(American radio broadcaster and record collector specializing in novelty songs, comedy, and strange or unusual recordings)


Box 12 Driggs, Harry, 1980

(Artist,Great Diggs)


Box 12 Dubisch, Michael, 1996


Box 12 Dumais, Maggie, 1996


Box 12 Dumm, Gary, 1974-1978 1988, 1974-1978, 1988

(Artist, particularly known for illustrating works of Harvey Pekar)


Box 12 Dunbier, Scott, 1994


Box 12 Dutrey, Jacques, 1982-1998

(French comics historian and Harvey Kurtzman scholar)


Box 12 E--Miscellaneous, 1984-1999


Box 12 Eastman, Kevin, 1992-1997

(creator,Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtlesand Denis Kitchen's business partner, 1993-98)


Box 12 Eclipse, 1986-1993


Box 12 Edelstein, Alan, 1993-1998

(Film producer)


Box 12 Egbert, Diane, 1993-1995


Box 12 Eisner, Pete, 1988-1998

(Son of Will Eisner)


Box 12 Eisner Awards, 1992 2002, 1992, 2002


Box 12 Elder, Will (1921-2008), 1993-1997

(American cartoonist,MAD,Panic)


Box 12 Edlred, Tim, 1996-1997

(Artist,Grease Monkey)


Box 12 Elek, Peter, 1995-1998


Box 12 Eliot, Dave, 1993-1996


Box 12 Ellison, Harlan, 1977-2003

(American science fiction author)


Box 12 Elma Productions, 1996-1998


Box 12 Emerson, Bill, 1975-1978


Box 12 Emerson, Hunt, 1981

(British artist and graphic novelist)


Box 12 Engel, Jim, 1978-1990

(Artist,Critters,Eb'bn)


Box 12 Ennis, Garth, 2003


Box 12 Entertainment Weekly, 1990 undated


Box 12 Enzenbacher, Dale, 1975-1978

(American sculptor)



Box 13 Erb, Doug, 1985-1986

(American artist and designer)


Box 13 Erichsen, Kurt, 1982-1985

(American artist)


Box 13 Erling, George, 1972-1987


Box 13 Ervin-Gore, Shawna, 2003


Box 13 Estes, John, 1998


Box 13 Estrada, Jackie, 1990 1998, 1990, 1998


Box 13 Estren, Mark, 1974 1993-1998, 1974, 1993-1998

(Comics historian, author ofA History of Underground Comics)


Box 13 Evanier, Mark, 1973-1978 1993-1998, 1973-1978, 1993-1998

(American comic book and television writer,Kirby: King of Comics)


Box 13 F--Miscellaneous, 1972-1998


Box 13 Fago, Vincent, 1974 1983 undated, 1974, 1983 undated


Fan Mail


Box 13 General, 1975-2003


Box 13 Re: Grateful Dead Comic, 1991-1993 undated, 1991-1993, undated


Box 13 Fantaco, Inc., 1980-1989


Box 13 Fantagraphics, 1980-1999


Box 13 Famer, Joyce, 1979

(Artist,Tits & Clits, Abortion Eve, Wimmin's Comix)


Box 13 Farr, Geoff, 1996


Box 13 Farrell, Robert, 1983 2011, 1983, 2011

(Early 1930s comics industry figure,Crime Does Not Pay)


Box 13 Fawcett, John, 1979

(American artist known for parodies of Disney characters)


Box 13 Federal Trade Commission, 1979-1980 undated, 1979-1980, undated


Box 13 Feeny, Bill, 1990-1991

(Musician, Reptile Palace Orchestra)


Box 13 Feiffer, Jules, 2003

(American syndicated cartoonist, Feiffer)


Box 13 Feldstein, Albert "Al", 1979 1995-1996, 1979, 1995-1996

(American writer, editor, and artist, EC Comics,Mad)


Box 13 Fellini, Federico, 19174

(Italian film director)


Box 13 Fenner, Arnie, 1997-2001

(Art director/designer, annual Spectrum Awards)


Box 13 Fiala, Chuck, 1982

(Artist)


Box 13 Fiene, Don (1930-2013), 1979-1988

(English professor and expert on Kurt Vonnegut, J.D. Salinger, and R. Crumb)


Box 13 Fingeroth, Dan, 1995

(American comic book writer and editor,Spider-Man)


Box 13 Fiore, Robert, 1988-1989


Box 13 First Comics, 1982-1989


Box 13 Fischer, Stuart, 1984-1990


Box 13 Fiske, Ladybelle, 1979-1982

(Daughter of cartoonist Barbara Hill Fiske of Quarry Hill and one-time girlfriend of Art Spiegelman)


Box 13 Fjeklegard, Lotta, 1990-1991


Box 13 Flesicher, Dave, 1974


Box 13 Fleischer, Lou, 1975-1976

(An American animator, composer,Superman, Betty Boop)


Box 13 Fleisher, Michael, 1979


Box 13 Flenniken, Shary, undated

(An American editor-writer-illustrator and underground cartoonist,Trots and Bonnie, National Lampoon)


Box 13 Fletcher, Ken, 1971-1989

(Fanzine editor,Vootie, first published Reed Waller'sOmaha)


Box 13 Fling Magazine, 1977-1978


Box 13 Fogel, Dan, 1995-2003

(Fogel's Underground Comic Price Guide)


Box 13 Folkman, David, 1973-1974


Box 13 Forcade, Tom (aka Gary Goodson) (1945-1978)

(American underground journalist and activist in the 1970s. For many years he ran the Underground Press Syndicate (later called the Alternative Press Syndicate), and was the founder in summer 1974 ofHigh Timesmagazine.)


Box 13 Foss, Ronn, 1972


Box 13 Foster, Bob, 1974-1977 1991, 1974-1977, 1991


Box 13 Foster, Hal, 1974


Box 13 Foster, William H., 2002

(Noted historian of Blacks in comics)


Fountain, Lora

(Underground cartoonist (Facts o' Life), Kitchen Sink Press' Paris-based international rights agent and wife of Gilbert Shelton)


Box 13 1988-1992



Box 14 1993-1999

(Karen has 1993-1995)


Box 14 Fourthrite , 2003


Box 14 Fowler, Will, 1974

(Writer, S. Clay Wilson collaborator,Comix Book)


Box 14 Fox River Patriot Miscellaneous, 1977-1979


Box 14 Franklin, Joe, 1990

(American radio and television personality, credited with hosting the first television talk show (NYC) )


Box 14 Frauenfelder, Mark, 1990-1992

(Co-founder,Boing Boingzine and blog)


Box 14 Frazetta, Frank, 1973-1992


Box 14 Freas, Kelly (1922-2005), 1974-1976 undated, 1974-1976, undated

(American science fiction and fantasy artist)


Box 14 Fredericks, Fred, 1983


Box 14 Freeman, Harris, 1998


Box 14 Frick, Vaughn, 1987

(Gay Comix)


Box 14 Friedman, Drew, 1987-1994

(American underground cartoonist/caricaturist)


Box 14 Friedman, Ira, 1992


Box 14 Friedman, Josh Alan, 1994

(Writer, brother of Drew Friedman)


Box 14 Friedman, Laura, 1992


Box 14 Friedman, Neil, 1995-1996

(Sesame Street)


Box 14 Friedrich, Mike, 1982-1995


Box 14 Frieman, Joel, 1993

(Pulp scholar,The Spider)


Box 14 Frierson, Meade, 1972-1973


Box 14 Fugate, Bill, 1980-1982 2001, 1980-1982, 2001

(Contributor,Gay Comix)


Box 14 Fulton, Len, 1970-1973

(DustBooks,International Directory of Little Magazines and Small Presses)


Box 14 Fusco, Brad, 1995-1997


Box 14 G--Miscellaneous, 1989-2003


Box 14 Gaiman, Neil, 1994-2003

(English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, audio theatre and films:The Sandmanand novelsStardust, American Gods, Coraline, andThe Graveyard Book. He has won numerous awards, including Hugo, Nebula, Bram Stoker, Newbery Medal and Carnegie Medal.)


Box 14 Gaines, William "Bill", 1992

(American publisher and co-editor of EC Comics. Following a shift in EC's direction in 1950 Gaines presided over what became an artistically influential and historically important line of mature-audience comics. He published the popular satirical magazineMadfor over 40 years)


Box 14 Galant, Julie, 1995

(Owner, Fotofolio)


Box 14 Gallen, Ira, 1989-1995

(Television historian/archivist)


Box 14 Gammill, Tom, 1989-1990

(Comedy writer,Simpson, Seinfeld)


Box 14 Garcia, Dave, 1987-1989


Box 14 Garcia, John (1954-2007), 1984-2002

(Artist who collaborated with James Vance onOwl Hootsand the revival of Harvey Kurtzman'sTwo-Fisted Tales. See Also: Dave Schreiner correspondence and Vance "Owl Hoots"-this written on the hanging file.)


Box 14 Garvin, Dawne, 1981


Box 14 Gates, Katharine, 1992-1996

(Author,Deviant Desires: Incredibly Strange Sex)


Box 14 Gattuso, Steve, 1991


Box 14 Geary, Rick, 1980-1998

(American cartoonist, illustrator, graphic novelist)


Box 14 Gebbie, Melinda, 1994-1996


Box 14 Geer, James, 1991


Box 14 Geerdes, Clay (1943-1997), 1973-1981

(American photographer, journalist, publisher, and an artist in underground comics)


Box 14 Geissman, Grant, 1994-2001


Box 14 Gelman, Woody (1915-1978), 1972-1979

(American publisher, cartoonist, novelist and an artist-writer for both animation and comic books, Nostalgia Press,Bazooka Joe, Popeye Pete, Mars Attacks!(film) )


Box 14 Geppi, Steve, 1988-1998

(Owner, Diamond Comics Distributor)


Box 14 Gerberg, Mort, 1992

(American artist and author,Koky)


Box 14 Getz, Dave, 1998

(Musician,Big Brother and the Holding Co.)


Box 14 Ghielmetti, Philip, 1993


Box 14 Ghura, Antonio (1949-2011), 1982

(Controversial British artist,Home Grown,Zig Zag,Bogey,Truly Amazing Love Stories,Raw Purple,The Laid-Back Adventures of Suzie and Jonnie)


Box 14 Gibson, Dave, 1972-1977


Box 14 Gilbert, Erick, 1992


Box 14 Gilbert, Michael T., 1973-2001

(American comic book artist and writer)


Box 14 Gillam, Terry, 1993-1994

(American-born British screenwriter, film director, animator, actor and member of Monty Python. Films:Brazil(1985),The Adventures of Baron Munchausen(1988),The Fisher King(1991),12 Monkeys(1995),Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas(1998))


Box 14 Gilmore, Mikal, 1990

(American writer, brother of Gary Gilmore)


Box 14 Ginzburg, Ralph (1929-2006), 1977

(American author, editor, publisher (Eros, Avant-Garde). He was best known for publishing books and magazines on erotica and art and for his conviction in 1963 for violating federal obscenity laws.)


Box 14 Glassford, Don, 1970-1988


Box 14 Gloeckner, Phoebe, 1979-1982

(American cartoonist, illustrator, painter, and novelist)


Box 14 Gluckson, Robert, 1991

(Author,Fast and Easy Cartooning for Fun)


Box 14 Gold, Mike, 1989-1993

(Gold was media coordinator for the defense for the Chicago Conspiracy Trial, is a former Group Editor and Director of Editorial Development at DC Comics, co-founder of First Comics)


Box 14 Golden, Chris, 1998


Box 14 Goldstein, Richard, 1972

(American journalist and writer forVillage Voice, eventually becoming executive editor. He specializes in gay and lesbian issues, music, and counterculture topics)


Box 14 Goldzung, Kurt, 1988-1991

(Art director, First Comics)


Box 14 Gonzales, Felice, 1976-1978


Box 14 Goodell, Kathy, 1972-1995

(One of R. Crumb's girlfriends in the 1970s)


Box 14 Goodman, Ed, 1978 undated

(Journalist, writer, and early Denis Kitchen collaborator)


Box 14 Goodwin, Archie (1937-1998), 1975

(American comic book writer, editor, and artist.Creepy, Eerie, creator-owned Epic Comics as well as adaptingStar Wars. He is regularly cited as the "best-loved comic book editor, ever."))


Box 14 Gordon, Bruce, 1987


Box 14 Gorodetsky, Eddie, 1990

(Television writer and producer:Two and a Half Men, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Mike & Molly, Saturday Night Live, SCTVetc.)


Box 14 Gorman, Ed, 1996

(Crime writer,Tales of Zorro)


Box 14 Gorrell, Kurt, 1977


Box 14 Gosfield, Josh, 1988

(Artist,The Art of Doing)


Box 14 Gotto, Ray, 1990-1996

(Cartoonist,Ozark Ike)



Box 15 Goulart, Ron, 1988-1992

(American popular culture historian and genre author)


Box 15 Gould, Chester, 1974

(Dick Tracy, Fearless Fosdick)


Box 15 Grant, Steve, 1973-1990


Box 15 Gravett, Paul, 1990-1992

(London-based journalist, curator, writer and broadcaster,Escape Magazine)


Box 15 Great Big Pictures, 1985 undated


Box 15 Green, Adam, 1993

(Artist/cartoonist,New Art Examiner)


Box 15 Green, Eve, 1970s

(Sister of Justin Green who briefly lived at Denis Kitchen's Princeton Wisconsin complex)


Box 15 Green, Keith, 1974-1977

(Underground comix publisher,Felch)


Box 15 Green, Marty, 1994-1998


Box 15 Green, Peter, 1973-1974


Box 15 Green, Richard (1939-2002), 1972-2002

(African American cartoonist notable for being the first black participant in both the 1960s fan art movement and the 1970s underground comics movement,Xal-Kor the Human CatandWildman and Rubberroy)


Box 15 Greenberg, Fred, 1989-1992

(Promoter, Comic Art Convention)


Box 15 Greenberger, Bob, 1981-1982

(Editor,Comics Scene, Starlog, andWeekly World News)


Box 15 Greenberger, David, 1994-1996

(Editor,Duplex Planet)


Box 15 Greenier, Al, 1986

(Artist,Oddballs)


Box 15 Greenpeace USA, 1980


Box 15 Greenwood, Warren, 1975 undated

(Artist,Space Dog)


Box 15 Gregersen, Bill, 1978-1992


Box 15 Gregory, Roberta, 1980-1986


Box 15 Greim, Martin L., 1973 1998, 1973, 1998

(Publisher,The Comic Crusader)


Box 15 Grenier, Casserine, 1975

(Writer/artist,Bizarre Sex)


Box 15 Griepp, Milt, 1981-2002


Box 15 Griffin, Rick (1944-1991), 1974-2004

(American artist and psychedlic poster designer,Zap Comix, The Grateful Dead,Murphy.Includes correspondence with his Gina Griffin.)


Box 15 Griffith, Bill, 1993-1998

((American underground cartoonist,Zippy the Pinhead; "Are we having fun yet?")


Box 15 Griffith, Nancy, 1975-1986

(Sister of Bill Griffith and one-time girlfriend of Justin Green)


Box 15 Grimes, Kris and Nancy, 1987


Box 15 Grimshaw, Gary, 1972

(Legendary Detroit poster artist, MC5 (band), White Panthers)


Box 15 Groening, Matt, 1996 undated


Box 15 Gronquist, Rich, 1993


Box 15 Gross, Peter and Bill, 1988


Box 15 Groth, Gary, 1976-2008

(Publisher, Fantagraphics)


Box 15 Gruenwald, Mark, 1977-1989


Box 15 Grunt Records, 1973 undated


Box 15 Grzyb, Gerard, 1990

(Photographer, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (UWM) classmate,Bugle-American)


Box 15 Gubin, Cathy, 1977

(Bugle American)


Box 15 Guinan, Paul, 1991

(American artist, Boilerplate robot hoax)


Box 15 Guyton, Harry, 1989

(Milton Caniff's nephew and the executor of his estate)


Box 15 H--Miscellaneous, 1985-2002


Box 15 Hadju, David, 2002-2003


Box 15 Hagenauer, George, 1977-1998


Box 15 Hair Pie Funnies, 1971


Box 15 Hake, Ted, 1974-1975

(Americana collectibles scholar)


Box 15 Halegua, Richard, 1990-1998

(Comic art dealer)


Box 15 Hall, Ron, 1985-1991


Box 15 Halla, Chris, 1977-1993


Box 15 Hallgren, Gary, 1974-1981

(American illustrator and cartoonist,Air Pirate Funnies)


Box 15 Hamilton, Bruce, 1991-1992


Box 15 Hamilton, Craig, 1993-1997


Box 15 Hamilton, Helen, 1991


Box 15 Hamlin, V.T. (Vincent Trout) (1900-1993), 1990-1996

(Creator,Alley Oop)


Box 15 Hampton, Scott, 1995-1998


Box 15 Hanken, Mike, 1995-1998


Box 15 Hanley, Jim, 1971-1972

(Comic book store owner, Jim Hanley's Universe, New York City)


Box 15 Hansen, Doug, 1973-1994

(Cartoonist,Death Rattleand others)


Box 15 Hansen, Gunnar, 1992

(Actor, "Leatherface" inTexas Chainsaw Massacre)


Hansen, Judy

(Deputy Publisher at Kitchen Sink Press, also an intellectual property lawyer and literary agent; founded Kitchen and Hansen Agency with Denis Kitchen in 1999)


Box 15 1991-1997 May (4 Folders), 1991-1997



Box 16 1997 June -2003, 1997


Box 16 Hansen, Marc, 1986-1987

(cartoonist:Ralph Snart, Weird Melvin and Doctor Gorpon)


Box 16 Hansje, Joustra, 1994-1997


Box 16 Hanson, George, 1974


Box 16 Hanson, Walter, 1974-1979

(Canadian professor, early teacher of comics and publisher of Will Eisner'sTABLOID)


Box 16 Harper, Cliff, 1979-1980

(Class War Comix)


Box 16 Harrison, Hank, 1986


Box 16 Harryhausen, Ray, 1993-1996


Box 16 Hartwig, Bill, 1983-1995


Box 16 Harvey, R.C. (Robert), 1992-1995

(author, critic and cartoonist)


Box 16 Hasen, Irwin, 1992

(American cartoonist, co-creator of theDondicomic strip)


Box 16 Hatay, Nona, 1996

(Northampton-based rock photographer)


Box 16 Hawk, Chuck, 1977-1982


Box 16 Hayden, William, 1973-1974


Box 16 Hayes, Rory (1949-1983), 1970-1975

(American underground cartoonist in the late 1960s and early 1970sBogeyman. His comics were drawn in an expressionistic, primitivist style and usually dealt with grim subject matter such as paranoia, violent crime, and drug abuse)


Box 16 Hearst, William R., 1995


Box 16 Heavy Metal , 1990-1997


Box 16 Hefner, Hugh, 1987 1996-2001, 1987, 1996-2001

(Playboy)


Box 16 Heintjes, Tom, 1986-1997

(Editor,Hogan's Alley)


Box 16 Heller, Steve, 1978-1979

(Design writer)


Box 16 Hembeck, Steve, 1978-1989


Box 16 Hempel, Marc, 1982

(American cartoonist/comics artist,The Sandmanw/ Neil Gaiman)


Box 16 Henderson, Sam, 1998


Box 16 Hereth, Dave, 1974


Box 16 Hernandez, Gilbert, 1988-1996 undated, 1988-1996, undated

(Artist,Love and Rockets)


Box 16 Hernandez, Jaime, 1996-1998

(Love and Rockets)


Box 16 Herring, Dave, 1970-1973


Box 16 Hester, Phillip, 1995-1998


Box 16 Hewetson, Alan, 1992


Box 16 High Times , 1977-1988


Box 16 Hill, Roger, 1989-1990


Box 16 Hirsch, Michael, 1991-1993

(Co-founder/owner, Nelvana Productions, adapted Kitchen Sink Press'Xenozoic TalesintoCadillacs and Dinosaurs, 1993)


Box 16 Hoffman, Mike, 1986


Box 16 Hogarth, Richard, 1996


Box 16 Holland, John, 1986-1988 undated, 1986-1988, undated


Box 16 Hollander, Nicole, 1988


Box 16 Hollis, Dave, 1978-1980


Box 16 Hollywood Dead Ends, 1981-1998 undated, 1981-1998, undated


Box 16 Holmes, Rand (1942-2002), 1973 1983, 1973, 1983

(Canadian underground cartoonist,Harold Hedd, Hitler's Cocaine)


Box 16 Holstrom, John, 1988-1995

(Artist/publisher,PUNKmagazine, student of Eisner and Kurtzman)


Box 16 Holzen, Rob, 1990


Box 16 Homan, Eric, 1998

(Cartoon Network,Adventure Time)


Box 16 Honath, Wayne, 1991-1998

(Artist,Rip Off Comics, Snarf, Weirdo)


Box 16 Horn, Maurice, 1971-1976

(Comics historian)


Box 16 Hubbard, Chris, 1977-1978


Box 16 Huey, Ken, 1987

(Artist)


Box 16 Hugli, Paul, 1973-1978

(Comic writer,Tales of the Shadowmen)


Box 16 Hurd, Jud (1913-2005), 1993

(Cartoonist,Health Capsules, Ticker Toons, and the National Cartoonist Society magazineCartoonist Profiles)


Box 16 Hurtubise, Jacques, 1988

(Canadian, founder ofCrochumor magazine)


Box 16 Hutchinson, Daryl, 1987-1988


Box 16 Hyman, Scott, 1996-1999

(Attorney and vice-president of Kitchen Sink Press during Ocean Capital years, 1995-98)


Box 16 I--Miscellaneous, 1989-2002


Box 16 Iger, Samuel Maxwell "Jerry" (1903-1990), 1976

(American cartoonist. With business partner Will Eisner he co-founded Eisner & Iger, a comic book packager that produced comics on demand for new publishers during the late-1930s and 1940s period known to fans and historians as the Golden Age of Comic Books.)


Box 16 Inge, Thomas, 1975-1978


Box 16 Ingels, Graham (1915-1991), 1974

(American comic book artist: EC Comics'The Haunt of Fear, Tales from the CryptandThe Vault of Horror)


Box 16 Ingersoll, Robert, 1986-1988

(American lawyer and comic book author:Donald Duck, Green Hornet, Moon Knight, Star Trek)


Box 16 Ignotova, Maria, 1998

(Ne Spat! publishing house in Moscow)


Box 16 Insight , 1972-1978


Box 16 International Museum of Cartoon Art, 1992-1995


Box 16 Irons, Mark, 1986 1995, 1986, 1995

(Brother and estate executor of Greg Irons)


Box 16 Italian Reprints, 1979-1980


Box 16 Itkowitz, Mitch, 1990 1998-1999, 1990, 1998-1999

(Comic art dealer, Graphic Collectibles)


Box 16 Ivey, Jim, 1970-1977

(American cartoonist and comics historian)



Box 17 J--Miscellaneous, 1972-2002


Box 17 Jackson, Jack "Jaxon" (1941-2006), 1985-1999

(American underground cartoonist,God Nose,Comanche Moon)


Box 17 Janocha, Bill, 1990-1998

(Longtime assistant to cartoonist Mort Walker and comics historian)


Box 17 Jenkins, Paul, 1990-1991

(British comic book writer, Marvel Comics)


Box 17 Jenson, Chris, 1982-1990


Box 17 Jeres, Patricia "Patty", 1990 1997, 1990, 1997

(Editor, DC Comics/Prism)


Box 17 Jillette, Penn, 1997-1998

(American illusionist, Penn & Teller, and financial investor in Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 17 Johnson, Cole, 1989


Box 17 Johnson, William, 1973-1975


Box 17 Johnston, Lynn, 1990


Box 17 Jones, Gerard, 1987-1990

(Comics writer/author,Men of Tomorrow: Geeks, Gangsters and the Birth of the Comic Book)


Box 17 Jones, Jim, 1992


Box 17 Jones, Russ, 1973-1975

(Canadian novelist, illustrator, and editor,Creepyfor Warren Publishing. As the founding editor ofCreepyin 1963, he is notable for a significant milestone in comics history by proving there was a readership eager to read graphic stories in a black-and-white magazine format rather than in a color comic book.)


Box 17 Jones, Tom, 1987


Box 17 Jonsson, Kristian, 1982 undated


Box 17 K--Miscellaneous, 1974-2002


Box 17 Kahn, Ruth, 1975-1980

(Children's author,My Father's Dragonseries)


Box 17 Kane, Bob (1915-1998), 1974

(American comic book artist and writer, credited along with Bill Finger as the creator ofBatman)


Box 17 Kaplan, Artie, 1992-1993 2005-2006, 1992-1993, 2005-2006

(Writer and comedian. He is the author of the bookMasters of the Comic Book Universe Revealed!, and a writer forMadmagazine.)


Box 17 Karasik, Paul, 1990

(American cartoonist, editor:City of Glass: The Graphic Novel,I Shall Destroy All The Civilized Planets)


Box 17 Kathman, Bob, 1995-1996

(Flock of Dreamers)


Box 17 Katz, Jack, 1977

(Artist, writer and painter: graphic novel,The First Kingdom)


Box 17 Kauth, Bill, 1969-2004


Box 17 Kazaleh, Mike, 1983-1984

(American animator and comic artist:Ren and Stimpy, The Adventures of Captain Jack, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures)


Box 17 Kelly, Joe, 1973-1982

(American comic book writer, penciler and editor:Deadpool, Uncanny, X-Men, Action Comics, andJLA)


Box 17 Kelley, Randy, 1990


Box 17 Kennedy, Jay (1956-2007), 1978-2004

(American editor, King Features Syndicate, author ofThe Official Underground and Newave Comix Price Guide)


Box 17 Kesin, Holly, 2000-2004


Box 17 Kieth, Sam, 1985-1987


Box 17 King Features, 1973-1998


Box 17 King, J.D., 1982-1994 2009, 1982-1994, 2009

(American artist;Twist)


Box 17 Kinney, Jay, 1983-1995

(American underground cartoonist,Bijou Funnies, Young Lust, Anarchy Comics)


Box 17 Kirby Awards, 1985


Box 17 Kirch, Shelby, 1975-1979 undated, 1975-1979, undated


Box 17 Kiwus, Steve, 1989-1991


Box 17 Kleespies, Keith, 1973-1978

(Vintage psychedelic poster artist and now sight-impaired "image maker")


Box 17 Klein, Lawrence, 2002

(Attorney who founded the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art in New York City)


Box 17 Kline, Robert, 1974-1975


Box 17 Kneece, Mark, 1998

(Adaptor,Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight)


Box 17 Knigge, Andreas, 1994-1996

(German author, journalist and lecturer on comic art)


Box 17 Kochman, Charlie, 1995-1997 2007, 1995-1997, 2007


Box 17 Koenig, John, 1990-1993

(Longtime publisher at Comics Buyers Guide, briefly with Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 17 Koenig, Walter, 1983-1989

(Actor who played Chehov on Star Trek and Alfred Bester in Babylon 5 and an avid button collector)


Box 17 Kogan, Jay, 1997


Box 17 Kokmen, Ali, 1997-1998

(Comic art collector)



Box 18 Kolde, Kevin, 1997-1998

(Fred Siebert associate, Frederator Studios)


Box 18 Kӧnig, Ralf, 1996-1998

(Noted German gay comic artist;The Killer Condom, Pretty Baby)


Box 18 Kopf, L.J., Jr., 1980

(jazzdjcartoonistlibrarian)


Box 18 Koukoutsakis, John, 1992


Box 18 Kozik, Frank, 1996-1997

(American cartoonist and punk poster artist)


Box 18 Krenkel, Roy, 1974


Box 18 Kreskin, Amazing, 1991

(Mentalist inspired by Mandrake the Magician who Denis Kitchen met while guests on the Larry King show)


Box 18 Kricfalusi, John, 1993-1995

(Canadian animator, creator ofRen & Stimpy,Spumco)


Box 18 Krulos, Tea, 2003

(The Bugle, The Compelling Art of Denis Kitchen)


Box 18 Krupp, Steve, 1980-1990

(Denis Kitchen's alter ego)


Box 18 Krytter, Krystine, 1986


Box 18 Kitchen Sink Press (KSP) Employees, 1995 2003, 1995, 2003


Box 18 Kubert, Joe (1926-2012), 1977-1983 1996, 1977-1983, 1996

(American comic book artist, art teacher and founder of The Kubert School,Sgt. RockandHawkman)


Box 18 Kuipers, Dale (1947-1996), 1970-1974 1996, 1970-1974, 1996


Box 18 Kuper, Peter, 1992


Box 18 Kurtz, John, 1991

(Psychedelic artist)


Box 18 KV, 1972

(a.k.a. Robert Cavey. Early underground cartoonist best known for his non sequitur t-shirt, "Fred the Duck, Take a Shit")


Box 18 Kyle, Richard, 1971-1973

(Editor,Graphic Story Magazine, credited with first using the term "graphic novel" prior to Will Eisner's coincidental use onA Contract with God)


Box 18 L--Miscellaneous, 1897-2003


Box 18 Laban, Terry, 1989-2000

(alternative/underground cartoonist,Cud, and his syndicated stripEdge City, created with wife, Patty LaBan)


Box 18 Lachenmeyer, Nathaniel, 1995-1997

(comic book artist/children's author,The Boo! Book,The Origami Master)


Box 18 LaFollette Sinykin, 1993-1998


Box 18 Land, Dave, 2003


Box 18 Landeros, Rob, 1973


Box 18 Landman, Mark, 1988-1998

(Artist,Snarf, Narrative Corpse)


Box 18 Laney, John, 1977-1981


Box 18 Lansdale, Joe, 1998


Box 18 Lantzy, Tyler, 1970-1995

(Initially an underground comix writer (Dirtball Funnies) then Denis Kitchen's first business partner, 1971-75)


Box 18 Larsen, Sven, 1997


Box 18 Larson, Richard, 1993-1995


Box 18 Laughlin, Robert, 1982


Box 18 Lawrence, Tony, 1972-1973


Box 18 Lay, Carol, 1994-2001

(American alternative cartoonist,Story Minute(laterWay Lay), which ran for almost twenty years)


Box 18 Lazlo, Dal, 1987 1995, 1987, 1995


Box 18 Leary, Timothy, 1992


Box 18 Lee, Bill, 1971-1973


Box 18 Leiloha, Steven, 1974-1981


Box 18 Leiva, Steve, 1982


Box 18 Lennon, John, 1974

(Correspondence with the National Committee for John & Yoko, only.)


Box 18 Leonard, J. Michael, 1978-1996

(artist,Dope Comix)


Box 18 Levas, Jonni, 1995

(Girlfriend of Phil Seuling, Seagate Distribution)


Box 18 Levine, David (1926-2009), 1988

(American artist and illustrator best known for his caricatures inThe New York Review of Books.)


Box 18 Levitz, Paul, 1972-2002

(American comic book writer, editor and executive: president of DC Comics from 2002-2009)


Box 18 Lewis, Bob, 1973 1987, 1973, 1987

(Early fanzine editor/publisher and comic art dealer)


Box 18 Li, David, 1994-1998


Box 18 Lifestyle Retailers, 1982



Box 19 Line, Carol, 1975 1985, 1975, 1985


Box 19 Lison, Kevin, 1991-1999

(Kitchen Sink Press Senior Designer)


Box 19 Lloyd, David, 1990-1998

(British comics artist, illustrator ofV for Vendetta, written by Alan Moore)


Box 19 Lockwood, George (1932-2013), 1973-1986 2013, 1973-1986, 2013

(Journalism professor at University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and editor ofMilwaukee Journalwho gave Denis Kitchen his earliest professional assignments. Author of posthumously publishedPeanuts, PogoandCalvin & Hobbes.)


Box 19 Lofficier, Jean-Marc, 1986-1998

(French author of books about films and television, as well as numerous comic books and translations of a number of animation screenplays)


Box 19 Loft, Peter, 1978-1998

(American underground cartoonist,Snarf, Bizarre Sex, et. al.)


Box 19 Lopez, Dennis, 1974


Box 19 Loren, Todd, 1992

(1960-1992)


Box 19 Lucas, George, 1989

(Outgoing letters only)


Box 19 Luciano, Dale, 1985-1987

(Writer/publisher,Newave Comics Survey)


Box 19 Lundgren, Carl, 1975-1977 1995, 1975-1977, 1995

(Detroit rock poster artist and illustrator)


Box 19 Luttrell, Hank and Lesleigh, 1975-1989

(Editors,Starling, Janusfanzines. Lesleigh later married Dave Schreiner per writing on folder.)


Box 19 Lynde, Myron Stanford "Stan" (1931-2013), 1991-1992

(American comic artist, painter and novelist)


Box 19 M--Miscellaneous, 1989-2001


Box 19 Macari, Mario, 1991 undated

(Cartoonist)


Box 19 Maki, Rick, 1978-1998


Box 19 Maleev, Alex, 1996-1998

(Bulgarian comic book illustrator, Marvel'sDaredevil)


Box 19 Maltin, Leonard, 1990-1995

(Film critic/historian)


Box 19 Mandrake, Tom, 1998


Box 19 Manesis, Dale, 1974-1979

(Comic book store owner)


Box 19 Manesis, Pete, 1972-1978

(Artist, brother of Dale Manesis, and early contributor toSnarf, Bizarre Sex, others)


Box 19 Mann, Ronn, 1985-1991

(Canadian documentary filmmaker,Comic Book Confidential, Grass)


Box 19 Manson, Cynthia, 1988-2001


Box 19 Manuscript Press Inc. (Rick Norwood), 1988-1992


Box 19 Marder, Larry, 1995

(American cartoonist/writer,Tales of the Beanworld)


Box 19 Marks, Bill, 1990-1992

(Editor, Vortex Comics)


Box 19 Marks, Cindy, 1983-1992

(Kitchen Sink Press employee and executive assistant to Kitchen in the mid-1990s)


Box 19 Marrs, Lee, 1974-1986

(American comic book writer, animator, and one of the first women underground comix creators,The Further Fattening Adventures of Pudge, Girl Blimp, 1973-78. See Also: Fling Magazine.)


Box 19 Marschall, Rick, 1991-1993

(A writer/editor (Nemo, Hogan's Alley) and comic strip historian, "America's foremost authority on pop culture."--Bostonia)


Box 19 Martin, Don (1931-2000), 1974

(American cartoonist,Mad)


Box 19 Martin, Mark, 1977-1996

(American cartoonist)


Box 19 Mason, Jeff, 1997-2003

(founder/publisher, Alternative Comics)


Box 19 Mason, Tom, 1986


Box 19 Matetsky, Harry, 1988


Box 19 Mattelson, Marvin, 1974

(American illustrator and portrait artist)


Box 19 Maudlin, Bill, 1987

(Male Call, Steve Canyon)


Box 19 Mavrides, Paul, 1995-1998

(American artist, best known for his critique-laden comics, cartoons, paintings, graphics, performances and writings that encompass a disturbing yet humorous catalog of the social ills and shortcomings of human civilization,Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers)


Box 19 May, Peggy, 1989-1990


Box 19 May, Roger, 1973-1999

(alternative cartoonist and specialist in 3-D conversion for comic books)


Box 19 McAdams, Heather, 1991

(American cartoonist & country music fan)


Box 19 McCarthy, Errol, 1975-1987

(Canadian artist,Bizarre Sex, others)


McCloud, Scott

(American cartoonist and comics theorist:Understanding Comics(1993),Reinventing Comics(2000) andMaking Comics(2006) )


Box 19 General, 1995-1999



Box 20 Zot! Production, 1996


Box 20 McDonough, Kevin, 1993


Box 20 McElrath, Randy and Peggy, 1977-1981


Box 20 McFarlane, Todd, 1995-1996

(Canadian cartoonist, artist, writer,Spawn)


Box 20 McFarling, Denis, 1980-1984

(Cartoonist/illustrator;The Magic Dishpan of Oz)


Box 20 McGeean, Ed, 1987-1994


Box 20 McKean, Dave, 1995-1999

(British illustrator, photographer, comic book artist,Cages)


Box 20 McSpadden, Paul, 1986-1998

(Harvey Awards)


Box 20 Megaton Man / Leisure Concepts, Inc., 1992


Box 20 Meglin, Nick, 1988

(Editorial staff,Mad)


Box 20 Menard, Wilmon (1908-1998), 1978 1987, 1978, 1987

(American screenwriter,6,000 Enemies)


Box 20 Mendez, Toni (1908-2003), 1990-1998

(agent for writers and cartoonists handling negotiations, licensing and syndication/secondary rights agreements)


Box 20 Meredith, Scott (1923-1993), 1978

(American literary agent, Scott Meredith Literary Agency)


Box 20 Merta, Paul, 1993

(cartoonist,Help!magazine)


Box 20 Messenger, Betty, 1984-1985


Box 20 Messmer, Otto, 1974


Box 20 Messner-Loebs, Bill, 1981-1989

(American comic book writer and artist)


Box 20 Metal Hurlant , 1980-1982


Box 20 Metz, Bernd (1944-2012), 1993

(Publisher, Catalan Communications)


Box 20 Metzger, George, 1975-1987

(American underground cartoonist and animator,Gothic Blimp Works, Moondog)


Box 20 Meyerowitz, Rick, 1977-1980

(American artist,National Lampoon, Animal House(poster) )


Box 20 Michaelis, Helen and Randy, 1982-1986


Box 20 Michel, Albin, 1998

(Albin Michel, French publisher)


Box 20 Michigan State Comics, 1989-1990


Box 20 Miller, David, 1981-1982


Box 20 Miller, Frank, 1980-2006

(American writer, artist, and film director:Ronin, Daredevil: Born Again, The Dark Knight Returns, Sin City, and300. He also directed the film version ofThe Spirit)


Box 20 Miller, John J., 1998


Box 20 Miller, Wesley, 1977-1978


Box 20 Milne, Debbie, 1976-1979


Box 20 Miran, Kim, 1998


Box 20 Mireault, Bernie, 1989

(Canadian comic book artist and writer,Dr. Robot, Mackenzie Queen, Bug-eyed Monster, The Blair Witch Chronicles)


Box 20 Mitchell, Jim, 1970-2010

(American underground cartoonist, co-founder of Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 20 Miura, Setsu, 1977-1978

(Japanese comics expert, the first to examine R. Crumb and underground comics in Japan)


Box 20 Moeller, Chris, 1995

(Writer/painter/graphic novelist,Faith Conquers, Sheva's War)


Box 20 Moench, Doug, 1973-1981

(American comic book writer:Batman, Black Mask, Moon Knight, DeathlokandBane)


Box 20 Montana, Robert "Bob" (1920-1975), 1990

(American comic strip artist:Archie)


Box 20 Moore, Alan, 1994-1998

(British author and graphic novelist,Watchmen, V for Vendetta, From Hell. This file consists of material related to contracts, only.)


Box 20 Moore, Clayburn, 1992-1998

(Comic and fantasy sculptor)


Box 20 Moore, Terry, 1993-1998

(Comic book author, graphic novelist,Strangers in Paradise)


Box 20 Morris, Paul, 1996


Box 20 Morrison, Mark, 1972-1979


Box 20 Morrissette, Gabriel, 1989

(Canadian illustrator, animator and comic book artist)


Box 20 Morrow, Gray, 1990


Box 20 Morrow, James, 1995


Box 20 Morse, Simon, 1995-1997


Box 20 Moscoso, Victor, 1970-1974 1987, 1970-1974, 1987

(American illustrator, poster and comic book artist)


Box 20 Mostrom, Anthony, 1998


Box 20 Mother Earth News , 1974-1980


Box 20 Mouly, Françoise, 1995-1979

(Co-editor, RAW, Art director ofThe New YorkerandToon Books)


Box 20 Mruz, David, 1976-1993

(Mindrot / Animania)


Box 20 Mueller, John, 1996-1999


Box 20 Mueller, Pete, 1987-1998


Box 20 Mulhern, Ann, 1984-1991


Box 20 Mullaney, Dean, 1981-1988

(American editor and publisher, Eclipse Enterprises, one of the earliest independent comic book companies.)


Box 20 Munro, Tom, 1988-1994 undated, 1988-1994, undated


Box 20 Murphy, Don, 1994-1997 undated, 1994-1997, undated

(Film producer,Natural Born Killers, From Hell)


Box 20 Muth, Jon J., 1993

(American comic book artist and children's book illustrator, known for his painted artwork,Moonshadow, Sandman, Swamp Thing)


Box 20 Myers, Russell, 1973-1975 2001, 1973-1975, 2001

(Broom Hilda)



Box 21 N--Miscellaneous, 1989-1998


Box 21 Naprstek, Joel, 1998-1999


Box 21 National Cartoonist Society, 1989-1998


Box 21 Natwick, Myron "Grim" (1890-1990), 1973-1977

(American artist, key animator on Disney'sSnow White,Betty Boop and many Fleischer Brothers cartoons)


Box 21 Nee, John, 1999-2003

(ex-DC Comics vice president)


Box 21 Nelson, Mark, 1997-1998

(comic artist,Dungeons and Dragons)


Box 21 Nesheim, Eric, 1988-1997

(co-author,Saucer Attack!)


Box 21 Neufeld, Brad, 1995-1996

(son of Hollywood producer Mace Neufeld. Mace was briefly on Kitchen Sink Press' board after the Ocean Capital takeover and Brad ran Kitchen Sink Press' West Coast Kitchen Sink Entertainment arm for several years in the 1990s)


Box 21 Newgarden, Mark, 1991

(American cult cartoonist,Newgarden,RAW)


Box 21 Nicholson, Jeff, 1983 1994-1997, 1983, 1994-1997

(American comic book writer, artist and self-publisher,Ultra Klutz, Through the Habitrails, Father & Son, andColonia)


Box 21 Ninneman, Mark, 1981-1983


Box 21 Noomin, Diane, 1995-1997


Box 21 Nordling, Klaus (1910-1986), 1988

(A Finnish American writer-artist for American comic books,Lady LuckandThe Thin Man)


Box 21 O--Miscellaneous, 1996-1998


Box 21 Oarr, Chris, 1997-1999

(Executive Director, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, plus Ignatz Awards Committee)


O'Barr, James


Box 21 General, 1990-1999


Box 21 The Crow , 1992-1998


Box 21 O'Brien, Richard, 1988

(Actor)


Box 21 O'Connell, Mitch, 1987

(Artist/illustrator)


Box 21 Ohio State, 1998


Box 21 Oliver, Jane, 1986-1987


Box 21 Oliveros, Chris, 1990

(Founder, Drawn & Quarterly publishing house)


Box 21 Olshan, Mike, 1971-1973


Box 21 O'Neil, Denny, 1979-1980

(American comic book writer and editor, Marvel and DC:Batman, Green Lantern Green Arrow, Shadow, etc.)


Box 21 O'Neill, Dan, 1976 2008, 1976, 2008

(American underground cartoonist,Odd Bodkins, Air Pirates Funnies)


Box 21 Open Head Press, 1975-1978


Box 21 Orzechowski, Tom, 1975-1982

(Comic book letterer,Uncanny X-Men)


Box 21 Osborne, Jim, 1970-1989


Box 21 Ott, Thomas, 1996-1997

(existential Swiss cartoonist and graphic novelist)


Box 21 Overstreet, Robert, 1974-1983

(Comic book price guide publisher)


Box 21 P--Miscellaneous, 1983-1998


Box 21 Pachter, Richard, 1982-1993


Box 21 Page, Bettie, 1992-1996


Box 21 Pahls, Marty, 1976-1979

(R. Crumb's brother in law)


Box 21 Paley, Nina, 1991-1992

(American cartoonist, animator and free culture activist,Sita Sings the Blues, Nina's Adventures, Fluff, et. al.)


Box 21 Parker, Rick, 1993-1994 2006, 1993-1994, 2006

(American artist, writer, cartoonist and educator,Beavis & Buttheadet. al.)


Box 21 Parks, Ande, 1998

(professional American comic book artist/graphic novelist,Union Station, Capote in Kansas)


Box 21 Part, Mike, 1973


Box 21 Pascale, Mike, 2001


Box 21 Paskow, Abe, 1970-1977


Box 21 Pearson, Bill, 1971-1982

(American novelist, publisher, editor, artist, comic book scripter and letterer, notable as the editor-publisher of his own graphic story publication,witzend, 1971)


Box 21 Peck, John "The Mad Peck", 1970-1975 1992-1993, 1970-1975, 1992-1993

(American underground cartoonist and rock poster designer)


Box 21 Peduzzi, Kelli, 1987-1990


Box 21 Pekar, Harvey, 1988-1996

(American underground comic writer,American Splendor)


Box 21 Pepoy, Andrew, 1996

(American comic book writer and artist, Marvel & DC)



Box 22 Perls, Nick (1942-1987), 1974-1980

(Founder, Yazoo Records, an old-timey blues and jazz label)


Box 22 Petersen, Roger, 1995

(American comic book artist,Predator)


Box 22 Peterson, Gary, 1978-1990

(record producer, Rhino Records,Golden Throats)


Box 22 Petrie, John, 1978-1992


Box 22 Philips, Dan, 1998

(Wine importer (Grateful Palate) )


Box 22 Pic, 1997

(French cartoonist,Not Quite Dead(w/ Gilbert Shelton) )


Box 22 Pilati, Joe (1946-2012), 1970-1985

(editor ofSmudge, a very early (1960) comics fanzine. He later worked for the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union in 1976 and helped craft the historic J.P. Stevens Campaign, which involved cartoons provided by Kitchen Sink Press, primarily Pete Poplaski.)


Box 22 Pinard, Ross, 1988-1998


Box 22 Pini, Wendy and Richard, 1994

(comic book artists/graphic novelists,Elfquest)


Box 22 Pinkoski, Jim, 1974


Box 22 Piskor, Ed, circa, 1993

(American comics artist,American Splendor, Deviant Funnies, Isolation Chamber)


Box 22 Pitzer, Chris, 1992

(Graphic designer, AdHouse Books)


Box 22 Plant, Bud, 1987-1999

(Wholesale comics distributor in the 1970s & 1980s)


Box 22 Playboy--Miscellaneous, 1973-1990


Box 22 Playboy--Urry, Michelle, 1973-1983


Box 22 Playboy Foundation, 1988


Box 22 Plazzi, Andrea, 1998-2000

(Will Eisner's Italian publisher and editor)


Box 22 Ploog, Mike, 1974

(American storyboard and comic book artist, visual designer for movies,Man-Thing, Ghost Rider)


Box 22 Poehlman, Laura, 1992


Box 22 Polis, Mike, 2002-2005

(Executive, Jim Henson Company, Wildbrains, MCI)


Box 22 Poniewaz, Jeff, 1975-1983

(Wisconsin activist/poet)


Box 22 Pontac, Ken, 1989

(American writer,ToddWorldandLazyTown, etc.)


Box 22 Pope, Paul, 1998

(American alternative comic book writer/artist)


Box 22 Poplaski, Pete, 1983-1985

(American underground cartoonist and painter, longtime Kitchen Sink Press art director, editor ofThe R. Crumb Coffee Table Book. All correspondence in in Series I.1; this file only has information on telephone usage.)


Box 22 Potter, Doug, 1987-1998

(Illustrator,Messozoic, Chips and Vanilla, Land Before Time 3-DandDenizens of Deep City,Something Lumber this Way Comes)


Box 22 Potts, Aidan, 1996

(British children's author and illustrator)


Box 22 Pound, John, 1981-1999

(Pound of Flesh)


Box 22 Power, Paul, 1980-1998


Box 22 Powers, Thom, 1997

(Documetary programmer, Toronto Film Festival)


Box 22 Prapuolenis, Kaz, 1995

( (a.k.a. "KAZ"): American cartoonist and illustratorRAW, Weirdo, Underworld, Ink Punk)


Box 22 Pratt, George, 1993

(An American painter and illustrator known for his work in the comic book field)


Box 22 Preiss, Byron (1953-2005), 1977-1997

(American writer, editor, and publisher)


Box 22 Pressman, Ed, 1994-1998


Box 22 Price, Michael, 1988-1996

(Texas journalist and Kitchen Sink Press contributor,Human Monsters)


Box 22 Prince Valiant, 1991


Box 22 Prince, Winthrop, 1978-1984 2009, 1978-1984, 2009

(Cartoonist, Snarf, Puck jam, others)


Box 22 Prosser, Jerry, 1996

(American comic book writer and editor, Dark Horse Comics)


Box 22 Pryor, Richard, 1980-1987

(Collector's Press)


Box 22 Pugh, Wendel, 1970-1973 2002, 1970-1973, 2002

(Kitchen Sink Press/Krupp alum (Snarf) and creator of early Print Mint undergroundGoogiewaumer Funnies)


Box 22 Putnam, John (1917-1980), 1974

(art director and designer ofMad, from the 1950s to 1980)


Box 22 Q--Miscellaneous, 1993-1996


Box 22 Quagmire, Joshua "JQ" (pseudonym), 1987


Box 22 Quartuccio, Sal, 1971-1978

(Comic book publisher)


Box 22 R--Miscellaneous, 1972-1998


Box 22 Rainey, Richard, 1993-1997


Box 22 Ramazzini, Donna

(Girlfriend of Jim Mitchell)


Box 22 Ramsell, Todd, 1996-1997

(Cartoonist/artist)


Box 22 Ranson, Arthur, 1996-1998

(British comic book illustrator, known for his work onLook-in, Anderson: Psi Division, Button ManandMazeworld)



Box 23 Reader, Joel, 1994-1995

(Managing Director, Ocean Capital Group, which engineered a takeover of Kitchen Sink Press in the mid-1990s from owners Denis Kitchen and Kevin Eastman. When the newly-organized corporation failed to meet stockholder expectations, Reader committed suicide on Christmas Day, 1996)


Box 23 Rebholz, Mike, 1992


Box 23 Reckman, Robert, 1996


Box 23 Reid, Calvin, 2003

(American artist, journalist, writer and editor for Publisher's Weekly)


Box 23 Reische, Dick, 1971-1978 2003, 1971-1978, 2003


Box 23 Resnick, Sandy, 1998 undated


Box 23 Reynolds, Eric, 1997-2004

(Cartoonist, critic and comics editor, Fantagraphics)


Box 23 Richards, Ted, 1974-1982

(American cartoonist,The Forty Year Old Hippie)


Box 23 Richards, Terry, 1976-1977

(Wife of Ted Richards and contributor toBizarre SexandWimmen's Comix)


Box 23 Richardson, John, 1972-1973

(Art historian, Picasso biographer)


Box 23 Richardson, Mike, 1998-2000

(Founder, Dark Horse Comics)


Box 23 Riehle, Jamie (1964-2012), 1997-2002

(Kitchen Sink Press Sales and Marketing Director)


Box 23 Rifas, Leonard, 1972-1994 2006 undated, 1972-1994, 2006 undated

(Author, scholar, founder of EduComics)


Box 23 Riley, Doreen, 1992


Box 23 Rip Off Press, 1975-1990


Box 23 Rippee, Larry, 1974-1984

(Underground cartoonist/artist,Yellow Dog, Arcade, Corporate Crime, Mondo Snarfo)


Box 23 Roberts, Charlie, 1973-1995

(Comics expert and collector)


Box 23 Roberts, Ethan, 1982


Box 23 Roberts, Mike, 1973-1974 1991, 1973-1974, 1991

(Cartoonist,Death Rattle)


Box 23 Roberts, Tom, 1990-1994


Box 23 Robbins, Harry S. "Hal", 1991

(Underground cartoonist, voice artist and screenwriter,Church of the Subgenius)


Box 23 Rohan, Bob, 1971-1977 2001, 1971-1977, 2001


Box 23 Romero, Artie, 1978-1981

(American cartoonist, animator, producer, director and publisher,Cascade Comix Monthly)


Box 23 Rosa, Don, 1981-1983

(American comic book writer and illustrator: Scrooge McDuck, Donald Duck et. al.)


Box 23 Rose, Alan, 1972


Box 23 Rosenberg, Scott, 1989-1994

(American actor, screenwriter and film producer,Tales From the Crypt)


Box 23 Rosenkranz, Patrick, 1970-2003

(Documentary filmmaker and longtime historian of underground comix:Artsy Fartsy Funnies(1973) andRebel Visions: The Underground Comix Revolution 1963-1975(Fantagraphics, 2008)


Box 23 Royer, Mike, 1974

(Comic book artist and inker, worked with pencilers Russ Manning and Jack Kirby. Later worked for Disney)


Box 23 Rozanski, Chuck, 1990

(President, Mile High Comics Inc.)


Box 23 Rubenstein, Mitchell, 1990-1992

(Communications attorney who tried to engineer an acquisition of Kitchen Sink Press by the SciFi Channel)


Box 23 Rubin, Phil, 1973-1986


Box 23 Rudahl, Sharon, 1974-1989

(Graphic novelist,A Dangerous Woman)


Box 23 Rude, Steve, 1987 1999, 1987, 1999

(American comic book artist,Nexus, The Moth)



Box 24 Rumph, Jim (1942-1993), 1974-1978 2003, 1974-1978, 2003


Box 24 Rund, Jeff, 1976-1980 1994-1998, 1976-1980, 1994-1998

(Owner, Belier Press, who co-published R. Crumb'sCarload o' Comicswith Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 24 Russo, Scott, 1989-1990 2002, 1989-1990, 2002

(Cartoonist, former student of Harvey Kurtzman,JIZZ)


Box 24 Ryan, Michael, 1991 2001, 1991, 2001

(Paleontologist)


Box 24 Ryan, Pat, 1973


Box 24 Ryan, Tom K., 1970


Box 24 Ryden, Mark, 1996

(American painter, one of the top artists of the Pop Surrealist movement)



Box 26 S--Miscellaneous, 1979-1998



Box 24 Saba, Arn, 1980-1982

(Later Katherine Shannon Collins; Canadian cartoonist, writer, media personality)


Box 24 Sabljak, Mark, 1977-1985


Box 24 Sacks, Alan, 1987-1992 2004, 1987-1992, 2004

(Executive producer, Disney,Welcome Back Kotter, who approached Denis Kitchen about a comics-based talk show)


Box 24 Sala, Richard, 1988-1992

(American cartoonist, illustrator, and comic book creator with a unique expressionistic style)


Box 24 Sampson, Shelby, 1975-1976

(American cartoonist,Wimmin's Comix, Tits-n-Clits)


Box 24 Sanders, Bill, 1973-2001

(American political cartoonist re: civil liberties and civil rights, contributor toComix Book)


Box 24 Sanders, Ken, 1985

(Radical bookseller/impresario)


Box 24 Santino, Charles, 1989-1990

(Graphic novel adaptor,Anthem)


Box 24 Saunders, Jake "Buddy", 1986-1988

(American author and businessman, Rocket Blast Comic Collector zine, Lone Star Comics (store) )


Box 24 Schick, Joel, 1991-1993

(Illustrator/artist, FamilyGorilla)


Box 24 Schiff, Marilyn, 1987

(Author,Contemporary Canadian Art)


Box 24 Schlitz, 1973-1975


Box 24 Schoenheimer, Pierre, 1995-1996


Box 24 Schreck, Bob, 1988-1992

(American comic book writer and editor, Marvel, Dark Horse, Oni, DC)


Schreiner, Dave (1946-2003)


Box 24 General, 1968-2003


Box 24 Kitchen Sink Press 25th Anniversary, 1994


Box 24 Schroeter, Rodney, 1985-1993

(American underground cartoonist,The Bat, The Weirdo)


Box 24 Schultz, Mark, 1986-2003

(American writer and illustrator of books and comics,Xenozoic Tales, Prince Valiant)


Box 24 Schumeister & Larson, 1990-1992


Box 24 Schumeister, Jim, 1992

(Contributor,Omaha the Cat Dancerand writer,World's Worst Comicsfor Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 24 Schutz, Diana, 1989-2000

(American artist and longtime comics editor, Dark Horse)


Box 24 Schwarz, Jill, 1972-1973

(American artist,Galactic Goddess Girls, Neil Gaiman'sAngels Visitations)


Box 24 Schwartz, Ben, 2001


Box 24 Schwartz, Lew Sayre, 1992-1993 2002, 1992-1993, 2002


Box 24 Schwind, Joe, 1977-1990

(Kansas art professor and collage artist, Kitchen Sink Press andThe Book of the Sub-Genius)



Box 25 Scott, Thomas Webb, 1979-1998

(Cartoonist)



Box 24 Scott, Thurman T., 1974-1976

(pioneering pulp and comic book publisher whose company, Fiction House, was the first major employer of Will Eisner in the 1930s)


Box 24 Scroggy, Dave, 1986-1987

(Dark Horse Comics product Development Vice President)



Box 25 Searle, Ronald, 1974


Box 25 Seibert, Fred, 1997-2003

(Final majority owner of Kitchen Sink Press in the late 1990s)


Box 25 Semans, Bruce, 1984-1993


Box 25 Sentinel, The, 1983


Box 25 Seth, 1990-1991

( (Pen name of Gregory Gallant) (Canadian cartoonist,Palookavilleand his mock-autobiographical graphic novel,It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken) )


Box 25 Seuling, Phil, 1982-circa, 1985

(Comic book distributor, organized first significant comic book conventions; introduced Eisner and Kitchen)


Box 25 Severin, John (1921-2012), 1974

(American comic book artist, EC Comics, primarily on the war comicsTwo-Fisted TalesandFrontline Combat; for Marvel Comics; and for his 45-year stint with the satiric magazineCracked. He was one of the founding cartoonists ofMadin 1952)


Box 25 Shadoian, Chris, 1999

(Kitchen Sink Press alum,Adventures of Fred, Streets of Northampton)


Box 25 Shapolsky, Ian, 1992


Box 25 Shaw, Scott, 1974-1981

(American cartoonist and animator, and historian of comics,Flintstones, Captain Carrot, Simpsonscomic book)


Box 25 Sheeler, Michael, 1972


Box 25 Shell, Larry, 1973-1989

(Comic art dealer, Comic Art Shop)


Box 25 Shelton, Gilbert, 1982 1997-1998 2009, 1982, 1997-1998, 2009

(American underground cartoonist,Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, Fat Freddy's Cat, Wonder Warthog)


Box 25 Sheridan, Dave (1943-1982), 1982

(American underground cartoonist,Dealer McDope, Leather Nun)


Box 25 Sherman, Bill, 1975-1982


Box 25 Shooter, Jim, 1990

(American writer, editor-in-chief, Marvel Comics and (then) Valiant Comics)


Box 25 Shorel, Paul, 1996


Box 25 Siegel, Jerome "Jerry" (1914-1996) and Joanne, 1994-1995

(Jerry was the American co-creator ofSuperman)


Box 25 Sienkiewicz, Bill, 1992


Box 25 Siergey, Jim, 1996

(American cartoonist,Cultural Jet Lag)


Box 25 Sikoryak, Bob, 1987


Box 25 Silverstein, Shel, 1974


Box 25 Sim, Dave, 1982-2009

(Canadian cartoonist and publisher,Cerebus)


Box 25 Simon, Joe (1913-2011), 1990

(American comic book writer, artist, editor, and publisher. Simon created or co-created many important characters in the 1930s-1940s Golden Age of Comic Books and served as the first editor of Timely Comics, the company that would evolve into Marvel Comics)


Box 25 Simpson, Don, 1980-2000

(American freelance cartoonist, comic book artist and illustrator,Megaton Man, Border Worlds, King Kong)


Box 25 Skindrud, Michael, 1985-2000

(Intellectual property attorney who provided counsel to Kitchen Sink Press, Will Eisner, among others)


Box 25 Skinn, Dez, 2003

(British comic and magazine editor, and author of a number of books on comics)


Box 25 Skurski, Bill, 1971

(Art director,National Lampoon,and co-creator of early Kitchen Sink Press title,Cloud Comix)


Box 25 Smit, Marlous, 1998-1999


Box 25 Smith, Anthony F., 1985-1998

(Kitchen Sink Press writer,Alien Fireand others)


Box 25 Smith, Barry Windsor, 1974-1976

(British comic book illustrator and painter whose best known work has been produced in the United States,Conan the Barbarian)


Box 25 Smith, Cheela, 1982


Box 25 Smith, Jeff, 1992-1998

(American cartoonist,Bone, RASL, et. al.)


Box 25 Smith, Kenneth, 1988-1989

(professor, fanzine artist, columnist forThe Comics Journal)


Box 25 Smith, Mike, 1989-1990



Box 26 Smith, Steve, 1989-1992


Box 26 Smith, Toren (1960-2013), 1988-1989

(Canadian manga translator and founder of Studio Proteus)


Box 26 Sobocinski, Carole, 1989-1996

(managing editor,Comics Journal,then personal assistant to Denis Kitchen and later wife of Jay Lynch)


Box 26 Sohn, Paula, 1991-1992

(Kitchen Sink Press secretary and Comic Book Legal Defense Fund alum)


Box 26 Solomos, Steve, 1990-1995

(founder, The Beguiling, a comic book shop in Toronto)


Box 26 Sonntag, Ned, 1972-1978 1998, 1972-1978, 1998

(Jay Kinney collaborator,Occult Laff Parade)


Box 26 Spencer Millidge, Gary, undated


Box 26 Spencer, Jim (1944-1983), 1976-1979

(Milwaukee-based poet and musician, whose band, Major Arcana, featured a psychedelic album cover by Denis Kitchen)


Box 26 Spicer, Bill, 1971-1986

(editor and publisher,Graphic Story Magazine)


Box 26 Spiegelman, Art, 1994

(American underground cartoonist,Raw, Maus, Breakdowns)


Box 26 Spielberg, Steven, 1989

(There is no direct correspondence in the file.)


Box 26 Spielmann, Peter James, 1977-1990 2002, 1977-1990, 2002

(A veteran reporter in the foreign service of the Associated Press (AP), and is an editor and supervisor on AP's North America desk. He taught at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism from 1989-1993 and from 2001-2007)


Box 26 Sprang, Richard "Dick", 1991

(American comic book artist and penciller,Batman)


Box 26 Springer, Frank (1929-2009), 1996

(An American comic book and comic strip artist,DazzlerandNick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Adventures of Phoebe Zeit-Geist,an early adult strip)


Box 26 Stack, Frank, 1988-2000s

( (a.k.a. Foolbert Sturgeon)(American underground cartoonist,Adventures of Jesus, Dorman's Doggie) )


Box 26 Staros, Chris, 1995-2010

(Graphic novel publisher, Top Shelf Productions, as well as the former president of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. AlsoYearbook Stories, 1976-1978)


Box 26 Stathis, Lou (1952-1997), 1983-1997

(American author, critic and editor, mainly in the areas of fantasy and science fiction. Editor, DC Comics' Vertigo line)


Box 26 Staton, Joe, 1983

(American illustrator and writer of comic books,E-Man)


Box 26 Steacy, Ken, 1981-1989

(Canadian comics artist and writer,Astro Boy, Jonny Quest,as well as his graphic novel collaborations with Harlan Ellison (Night and the Enemy, 1987) and Dean Motter (The Sacred and the Profane, 1987) )


Box 26 Steadman, Carl, 1997-2001


Box 26 Steffan, Dan, 1977-1996

(Underground cartoonist,Snarf, Dope Comixand other titles)


Box 26 Steinberg, Flo, 1971-1979

(Publisher ofBig Apple Comix, worked closely with Stan Lee at Marvel Comics)


Box 26 Sterling, Bruce, 1996

(Science Fiction writer)


Box 26 Stephens, Jay, 1995-1999

(Canadian cartoonist, Discovery Kids's animated television seriesTutensteinand Cartoon Network'sThe Secret Saturdays)


Box 26 Stern, Roger, 1996

(An American comic book author and novelist, DC and Marvel)


Box 26 Sternbergh, Leslie, 1995

(Cartoonist,Wimmin's Comix, Tits and Clits)


Box 26 Sternako, James "Jim", 1971-1995

()American graphic artist, comic book writer/artist,Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Shadow


Box 26 Stevens, Dave (1955-2008), 1996-1998

(American illustrator and comics artist,The Rocketeerand for his illustrations of model Bettie Page)


Box 26 Stewart, Bhob (1937-2014), 1973-1990

(American writer, editor, cartoonist and filmmaker, he publishedThe EC Fan Bulletin, the first EC fanzine in 1953 co-edited the Hugo Award-winning science fiction fanzineXero(1960-1963), and is credited with coining the term "underground comics" during a panel discussion at a comics convention in 1966.)


Box 26 Stiles, Steve, 1975-1998

(American cartoonist and writer, coming out of the science fiction fanzine tradition, Paul Krassner'sThe Realist)


Box 26 Stout, William, 1995-1998

(American underground cartoonist, fantasy artist/illustrator)


Box 26 Stolzer, Rob, 1991-1996

(Comics scholar and collector who sometimes provided rare images for Kitchen Sink Press projects)


Box 26 Stover, Carol, 1996


Box 26 Strictly Uppa Crust, 1975-1977

(Kitchen Sink Press' head shop in Milwaukee, 1971-1975 named after the Angelfood McSpade comment on the cover of Crumb'sHytone Comix.)


Box 26 Strnad, Jan, 1971-1991

(Comics writer and collaborator with Richard Corben,Fever Dreams)


Box 26 Strom, Kellie, 1989-1999

(Danish cartoonist/illustrator,The Acid Bath Case)


Box 26 Strossen, Nadine, 1996

(President, ACLU, 1991-2008)


Box 26 Stroud, Terry, 1975-1990

(Master Blasters)


Box 26 Subgenius Foundation, circa, 1981


Box 26 Sutton, Joyce (aka Joyce Farmer), 1974

(American underground cartoonist,Tits & Clits Comix, Abortion Eve, Wimmen's Comix, et. al.)


Box 26 Sutton, Ronn, 1973-1974

(American comic book artist,Vampira, et. al.)


Box 26 Sutton, Tom, 1995-1996

(American comic book artist,Vampirella)


Box 26 Swarte, Joost, 1988-1998

(Dutch cartoonist and graphic designer. He is best known for hisligne claireor clear line style of drawing, and in fact coined the term)


Box 26 Sweeney, Bruce, 1978-1997

(Comics historian,Comix Collector, Underground Station)


Box 26 Szostek, George, 1980-1983

(Star Reach, Knockabout Comics)


Box 26 T-Miscellaneous, 1974-2003



Box 27 Taschen, Benedikt, 1995

(legendary German publisher)


Box 27 Taylor, B.K. "Bob", 1975

(American illustrator, cartoonist, writer,Odd Rodscollector stickers,Sickmagazine, his comics inNational Lampoon, and staff writer,Home Improvement)


Box 27 Terr, Jim, 1988


Box 27 Theakston, Greg, 1988-1994

(American comics artist and illustrator, Pure Imagination imprint, plus developing the "Theakstonizing" process used in comics restoration)


Box 27 Thingvall, Joel, 1980-1989 2000, 1980-1989, 2000


Box 27 Thomas, Roy, 1965-1971

(American comic book writer and editor and Stan Lee's first successor as editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics,Conan the Barbarian, X-Men, Avengers)


Box 27 Thompson, Don (1935-1994) and Maggie, 1971-1998

(Editors ofComics Buyer's Guide, a monthly comic book industry news magazine. The Thompsons were also among the instigators of what developed in the 1960s into comic book fandom.)


Box 27 Thompson, Kim (1956-2013), 1980-2002

(American comic book editor, translator, and publisher, best known as vice president and co-publisher of Seattle-based Fantagraphics Books.)


Box 27 Thompson, Melchior "Mel", 1991

(Melchior Thompson & Associates is a general management consulting firm that specializes in the North American comics and game industry.)


Box 27 Thorn, John, 1991-1992

(author/editor of numerous baseball books and now official historian for Major League Baseball. Thorn and Kitchen Sink Press briefly discussed possible collaborations.)


Box 27 Todd, Larry, 1976-1977 1995, 1976-1977, 1995

(An American illustrator and underground cartoonist,Dr. Atomic, Vaughan Bode collaborator)


Box 27 Todrin, Don, 1998-2003


Box 27 Tollin, Anthony, 1994

(Writer, DC and Marvel Comics)


Box 27 Toplitz, David, 1975-1981

(Editor/publisher,Supersnipe Comic Book and Art Catalog)


Box 27 Tosches, Nick, 1973-1974 2010, 1973-1974, 2010

(American journalist, novelist, biographer, and poet)


Box 27 Tosh, David, 1987


Box 27 Toth, Alex

(This is an empty file. A note in the file indicates that the everything should be filed in Subseries I.1 Primary Correspondence, but no file was received.)


Box 27 Tribune Media Syndicate, 1989-1990

(Dick Tracy)


Box 27 Triptow, Robert, 1980-1992

(Cartoonist and editor;Gay Comics,Gay Comix)


Box 27 Truman, Tim, 1991-1992


Box 27 Trumbo, Phil, 1993

(Tundra writer,Starstruck)


Box 27 Turner, Ron, 1979-1993

(Publisher, Last Gasp)


Box 27 Tyler, Rurik, 1986-1987

(Writer,Spiderman)


Box 27 U--Miscellaneous, 1977-1979 1998, 1977-1979, 1998


Box 27 Upton, Colin, 1988

(Canadian cartoonist and artist,The Haters, Drippytown Comics, et. al.)


Box 27 V--Miscellaneous, 1993-2003


Box 27 Vadeboncoeur, Jim, 1987

(Illustration historian and critic)


Box 27 Valentino, Jim, 1979-1995

(American writer, penciller, editor and publisher of comic books,normalman)


Box 27 Van Amerongen, Jerry, 1992-1996

(Cartoonist,Ballard Street, The Neighborhood)


Box 27 Van Hise, James, 1979


Box 27 Van Peebles, Melvin, 1977


Box 27 Vance, James, 1989-2006

(American comic book writer, Kitchen Sink Press editor,Kings in Disguise)


Box 27 Varon, Dorothy, 1997-1998

(In-house attorney for Kitchen Sink Press and Denis Kitchen)


Box 27 Vaughn, Jeff, 2002


Box 27 Veitch, Richard "Rick", 1982-1995

(American comic book artist and writer who has worked in mainstream, underground, and alternative comics,Swamp Thing, et. al.)


Box 27 Veitch, Tom, 1972-1987

(An American writer, Star Wars comic books, DC Comics. He is the brother of Rick Veitch. His collaborations with underground comix artist Greg Irons in the early 1970s(the creative team known as "GI/TV") included such titles asLegion of Charlies,Skull ComixandSlow Death)


Box 27 Velter, Peter, 1971-1972


Box 27 Venooker, Jack, 1976-1978


Box 27 Villagran, Enrique, undated

(Argentinian comic book artist)


Box 27 Vincent, Eric, 1983-1996

(Artist for Kitchen Sink Press SeriesAlien Fire)


Box 27 Voll, Dick, 1987-1989

(Editor,Wolvertoons: The Art of Basil Wolverton)


Box 27 Von Alten, Bruce (aka Bruce Walthers), 1970-1990

(American underground cartoonist, Krupp Comics/Kitchen Sink group,O.K. Comics,Snarf)


Box 27 Von Arx, Marc, 1978-1981


Box 27 Vosburg, Mike, 1972-1980 1995, 1972-1980, 1995

(American comic book artist, Kitchen Sink Press titles,Tales from the CryptTV series)


Box 27 Vukos, James, 1978

(American cartoonist/ artist book author)


Box 27 W--Miscellaneous, 1986-2002


Box 27 Wagner, John and Arthur Ranson, 1996-1998

(Creators,Button Manfor2000 AD)


Box 27 Wagner, Matt, 1996


Box 27 Wald-Lynch, Jane, 1995

(Ex-wife of Jay Lynch)


Box 27 Waldron, Lamar, 1988

(American writer and historian: John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Cuba, Robert Kennedy, Watergate, et. al.)



Box 28 Walker, Brian, 1988-1995

(Son of Mort Walker, author of several books on comic history)


Box 28 Walker, Mort, 1974-1998

(American comic artist,Beetle Bailey, Hi and Lois)


Box 28 Waller, Reed, 1997-1998

(See Also: Kate Worley. American underground comic creators,Omaha, The Cat Dancer)


Box 28 Wallers, Steve and Ann, 1987-1989


Box 28 Walsh, Stephen, 1994-1995


Box 28 Walthers, Bruce (aka Bruce von Alten), 1975

(American underground cartoonist, Krupp Comics/Kitchen Sink group,O.K. Comics,Snarf. Most material is filed under Von Alten.)


Box 28 Ward, Ed, 1974-1976

(American rock writer and radio commenter)


Box 28 Ward, Lynd (1905-1985), 1973

(Artist)


Box 28 Wardle, Paul, 1990-1992

(Fantagraphics)


Box 28 Ware, Chris, 1991-1996

(American comic book artist and cartoonist; known forAcme Novelty Libraryseries and the graphic novelsJimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on EarthandBuilding Stories.)


Box 28 Warren, Jim, 1973-1979 1996 2009, 1973-1979, 1996, 2009

(American artist best known for record album and hundred book covers for such authors as Arthur C. Clarke, Robin Cook and Clive Barker)


Box 28 Warnock, Brett, 2001

(Co-publisher, Top Shelf Publishing)


Box 28 Warwick, Mal, 1974-1977

(Writer,Tales of Ghost Castle)


Box 28 Waters, John, 1992


Box 28 Webb, Scott, 1998


Box 28 Weiner, Stephen, 1993-1997

(Boston librarian who pioneered comics in libraries. Author of several books including theWill Eisner CompanionandHellboy Companion)


Box 28 Weiss, Al, 1981

(Disney executive)


Box 28 Weiss, Morris (1915-2014), 1991

(American comic artist and writer, "Margie" for Timely Comics, the 1940s predecessor of Marvel Comics, and was the final cartoonist on the comic stripMickey Finn,Joe Palooka)


Box 28 Weist, Jerry (1950-2011), 1973-2003

(Pioneering comics fan, scholar, retailer and author, Million Year Picnic,Bradbury: Illustrated Life, a Journey to Far Metaphor, Original Comic Art: Identification and Price Guide (The confident collector), The Comic Art Price Guide, et. al.)


Box 28 Welz, Larry, 1992-1997

(American cartoonist, who createdCherry Poptart(now known simply asCherry). He was an early contributor to the underground comix movement in the San Francisco area during the late 1960s and early 1970s.)


Box 28 Wenner, Sim, 1975-1976

(Mother ofRolling Stonefounder Jann Wenner and early underground comix collector)


Box 28 Wheary, Denis, 1992


Box 28 Wheatley, Mark, 1992

(American illustrator, writer, editor, and publisher,Breathtaker, Mars, and Blood of the Innocent, all illustrated by his frequent collaborator Marc Hempel)


Box 28 Wheeler, Doug, 1989

(Comic book writer,Swamp Thing)


Box 28 White, Jeff, 1995-1996


Box 28 White, Mike, 1982-1984


Box 28 White, Sarah, 1989


Box 28 White, Ted, 1978-1983

(American writer, known as a science fiction author and editor and fan, as well as a music critic)


Box 28 Whitehead, Sam, 1978-1981


Box 28 Whitfield, Ken, 1985-1987


Box 28 Whitney, Gary, 1978-1983


Box 28 Whyte, M.K., 1993-1999


Box 28 Wiener, Robert, 1972-1979


Box 28 Wiken, Karen, 1989-1991


Box 28 Wilber, Ron, 1988


Box 28 Wilcock, John, 1970-1979

(British journalist and writer of travel guides, co-founder of theVillage Voice)


Box 28 Wildwood, 1990-1993


Box 28 Wiley, Cathy, 1972-1977


Box 28 Williams, Kent, 1994

(American painter and graphic novel artist.)


Box 28 Williams, Martin, 1989-1992

((co-author,The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper ComicsandSmithsonian Book of Comic Book Comics)


Box 28 Williams, Robert, 1990-2000

(American underground cartoonist and pop-surrealist painter,Zap, Juxtapoz)


Box 28 Williamson, Al (1931-2010), 1973-1998

(American EC Comics cartoonist,Weird Science, Weird Fantasy)


Box 28 Williamson, Skip, 1993-1994

(American underground cartoonist,Bijou Funnies, Conspiracy Capers)


Box 28 Willis, Steve, 1993


Box 28 Wilson, Becky, 1977

(contributor toWet Satin, Manhunt, other wimmen's comics)


Box 28 Wilson, Gahan, 1974

(American author, cartoonist and illustrator known for his cartoons depicting horror-fantasy situations)


Box 28 Wilson, Ken, 1977-1978


Box 28 Wilson, S. Clay, 1993

(American underground cartoonist,Zap, Checkered Demon)


Box 28 Wimmin's Comix, 1992-1993


Box 28 Wind, Barry, 1974-1975


Box 28 Wings, Mary, 1980-1981

(American writer, artist, and musician. In 1973 she releasedCome Out Comix, the first lesbian underground comic book.)


Box 28 Winters, Jeff, 1966-1977 1991, 1966-1977, 1991

(Snide)


Box 28 Wolfman, Marv, 1988-1999

(American comic book writer;Tomb of Dracula, Crisis on Infinite Earths, Teen Titans)


Box 28 Wolverton, Basil (1909-1978), 1970-1991

(American cartoonist,Powerhouse Pepper, Lena the Hyena, Mad, Plop!)


Box 28 Wong, Glenn, 1992


Box 28 Wood, Alex, 1990-1998


Box 28 Wood, Wally (1927-1981), 1972-1978

(American comic book writer, artist and independent publisher, EC Comics'sMadand Marvel'sDaredevil. He was one ofMad's founding cartoonists in 1952.)


Box 28 Woodring, Jim, 1993-1996

(American cartoonist, fine artist, writer,Jim, Frankbooks)


Box 28 Wooley, John, 1987-1996

(Author, editor, and radio host, who has also been responsible for the creation of several comic series. )


Box 28 Worley, Kate (1958-2004), 1988-1996

(See Also: Reed Waller. American underground comic creator, with Reed Waller, ofOmaha, The Cat Dancer)


Box 28 Wray, Bill, 1975

(American cartoonist and landscape painter, notable for his Urban Landscape series of paintings, his many pages forMadand his contributions toThe Ren & Stimpy Show)


Box 28 Wray, Gary, 1981


Box 28 Wright, Mike, 1999


Box 28 Wrightson, Bernie, 1970-1995

(American artist known for his horror illustrations and comic books,Swamp Thing)


Box 28 Wynne, Frank, 1998

(Prize-winning Irish literary translator and writer. He worked as a comics editor at Fleetway and later atDeadlinemagazine before becoming a literary translator.)


Box 28 Y--Miscellaneous, 1997


Box 28 Yakin, Boaz and Erez, 1993-2000

(Erez is the creator ofSilent Cityfor Kitchen Sink Press and with filmmaker brother Boaz Yakin he didThe Remarkable Worlds of Phineas B. Fuddlefor DC Comics)


Box 28 Yeates, Tom, 1982 1995-1996, 1982, 1995-1996


Box 28 Yeh, Phil, 1974-1982

(American cartoonist,CAZCO)


Box 28 Yglesias, Pablo, 2002-2003


Box 28 Yoe, Craig, 1981-1993

(American author, editor, art director, graphic designer, cartoonist and comics historian, best known for his Yoe! Studio creations and his line of Yoe! Books.)



Box 29 Yronwode, Catherine "Cat", 1978-1987

(American writer, editor, graphic designer, typesetter, publisher with an extensive career in the comic book industry, editor-in-chief, Eclipse Comics)


Box 29 Z--Miscellaneous, 1984-1993


Box 29 Zahn, Mike, 1989


Box 29 Zastoupil, Connie, 2000

(mother of director Quentin Tarantino, discussed various business opportunities with Kitchen Sink Press)


Box 29 Zimmerman, Howard, 1976-1977 1995, 1976-1977, 1995


Box 29 Zone, Ray, 1985-1986

(American film historian, author, artist, and pioneer in methods of converting flat images (in particular, comic books) into stereoscopic images)


Box 29 Zuckerman, Robert, 1995-1997


Box 29 Zwigoff, Terry, 1972-1976 1992-1996, 1972-1976, 1992-1996

(Filmmaker,Crumb, Ghost World, Bad Santa, Art School Confidential)