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The Print Mint started as retailer of psychedelic posters on Haight Street in San Francisco, California, United States, during the 1960s. It evolved into a major publisher of underground comics. It was originally owned by poet Don Shenker and his wife Alice; they later sold the business to Bob and Peggy RitaTemplate:Fn. It no longer publishes comic books but the poster shop still exists.

Print mint titles

  • All Girl Thrills
  • American Flyer Funnies (1971)
  • Arcade (1975)
  • Bijou Funnies
  • Captain Guts (1969)
  • Coochy Cooty Men's Comics (1970)
  • Demented Pervert (1971)
  • Despair (1970)
  • Deviant Slice Funnies (1972)
  • Dying Dolphin
  • El Perfecto - Timothy Leary Benefit (1973)
  • Feds 'n' Heads (1968)
  • Girl Fight Comics (1972)
  • Guano Comix
  • Heavy Tragi-Comics (1969)
  • Hit the Road (1971)
  • Human Drama (1978)
  • Insect Fear (3 issues)
  • Junkwaffel (Vaughn Bodé, 1971)
  • Kukawy Comics (1969)
  • Lemme Outa Here (1978)
  • Light Comitragies (1971)
  • Mean Bitch Thrills
  • Meef Comix (1972)
  • Occult Laff Parade (1973)
  • Real Pulp
  • San Francisco Comic Book (7 issues)
  • Spiffy Stories (1969)
  • The Captain (1972)
  • Tuff Shit Comics (1972)
  • Uneeda Comics
  • Vaughan Bode's The Man (1972)
  • Yellow Dog
  • Young Lust
  • Zap Comix





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