comic art by Krystine Kryttre (1985)

San Francisco native Krystine Kryttre moved to the suburbs with her family when she was young. She later returned on her own to San Francisco, where he became a rising star in the underground comix scene. A fan of Zap, Gilbert Shelton's 'The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers' and Heavy Metal, she started out drawing cartoon illustrations for a local punk magazine. She met Last Gasp's Eric Gilbert, who introduced her to the Loonies Club, a group of Bay Area comix people, including Trina Robbins, Lee Binswanger and Dori Seda. Soon afterwards, her work appeared in titles as Viper, Weirdo, Wimmen's Comix and Cannibal Romance. Between 1990 and 1993, she worked on 'Snake Eyes' at Fantagraphics. She was also featured in the French Comix 2000 anthology.

Live and let dine, by Krystine Kryttre

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