From 1990: Visual Imagination's long-forgotten (with some reason) incursion into the sphere of mature readers comicdom: SPACE JUNKK.
This was a comic so cheap that they couldn't even push the lifepod out for a colour cover. Presumably publisher Stephen Payne justified such frugality to himself (and retailers) by pointing to the success of the similarly minimalist Viz. Even through that was pitched at a different audience and reveled in its roots as a cheap and cheerful fanzine made good.
I swerved this back in the day but picked up this copy of "podule" 3 quite recently. I have no idea how long it ran for so although they were still hawking subscriptions, this could have been the finale.
Its unlikely Tharg the Mighty lost much sleep over this interloper.