This book re-present the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to
Back from the opened grave are more masterpieces of the macabre from the horror comics of the 1950s. Genius horror
From The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics, the brilliant Howard Nostrand's horror comics art was done during the height of
Ghastly Graham Ingels meets Jim Steranko! Get ready for a mind-bending walk on the weird side with the very best
Ditko's Shorts is a fun and incredibly fascinating compilation of short comics one, two and three pages in length. Only
Gratuitous Gore! Multi-Monster Madness! Bound Beauties! Collected for the first time in a deluxe edition are the comics that deserve it the least: the infamous Eerie Publications' horror comics! Incredibly gory and crazy, the Eerie Pubs pushed the boundaries of good taste with blood-drenched, spine-cracking tales ripped (and redrawn) from
This book re-present the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar! Carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored, volume 4 contains issues #15 to 19.
Sagendorf's Scrapbook is included in all the Popeye Classics
This book re-present the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar! Carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored, volume 3 contains issues #10 to 14.
Sagendorf's Scrapbook is included in all the Popeye Classics
Lewis Carroll stars in a comic book story? Alice becomes Archie, Lucy, and Pogo? The Cheshire Cat becomes Snoopy? The March Hare becomes… Bugs Bunny? And the cast of Wonderland meets Superman?! Only in Alice in Comicland!
Some of the greatest cartoonists tumble down the rabbit hole for
The adventures of Little Penis continue!
He’s been around the block, but he’s ready for more--and not letting anything stand in his way! This finger puppet parody book continues the story of Little Penis, and, this time, he’s ready for new heights, great sights, and some positive vibes! Just
Back from the opened grave are more masterpieces of the macabre from the horror comics of the 1950s. Genius horror artists of the known and unknown variety poured their tortured souls into these comics. The best and rarest stories have been chosen with the help of top horror comic collectors
Archie's new hardcover art book is a beautifully-designed celebration of over 70 years of comic book covers featuring America's reigning cartoon high school icons: Archie, Betty, Veronica and friends. Featuring beautiful full-color artwork by fan favorite artists Dan DeCarlo, Harry Lucey, Bob Montana, Dan Parent and many more in a
Jackie's Diary collects the complete run of the hysterically funny and whimsical strip by Jack Mendelsohn. The strip was produced by humor-savy Mendelsohn, who wrote for luminaries such as Carol Burnett, Bill Cosby, Mad magazine, and the Beatles movie, Yellow Submarine. The book sports a fascinating, behind-the-scenes introduction by Jack
The multi-talented Don Oriolo has brought us Felix The Cat's adventures through movies, television, comic books, merchandising, and song. The wonderful book Felix The Cat Paintings collects art by Don Oriolo--paintings that are colorful, imaginative, and a fitting tribute to his muse, the World's Most Famous Cat, Felix!
Jack Cole’s horror comics were some of the most grisly, horrifying stories with the most
gut-wrenching art in the history of comics! Jack Cole’s Deadly Horror showcases stories from the 1950s with titles like “Orgy of Death,” “Hangman’s Horror,” “The Corpse That Wouldn’t Die,” “The Killer From Saturn,” and
This book re-present the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar! Carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored, volume 2 contains issue 5 to 8, with stories such as 'Moon Goon', 'Another Day, Another Breakfast',
This book re-present the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar! Carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored, volume 1 contains issues #1 to 4, with stories such as "That's What I Yam," "Ghost Island,"
The Strange World of Your Dreams gathers the complete run of the 1950s comic book series of that fascinating title. A dream team of artists headed by Jack Kirby created a bizarre
world of nocturnal fantasies. It’s as if these comics were written by Sigmund Freud and
The genius artist Steve Ditko is a towering monster of awesomeness, and so is the character he chronicled... GORGO! If you love Godzilla--and who doesn't?--you'll love Gorgo, who ravages London, New York City, and HOLLYWOOD! Gorgo goes head to head with the British Navy, atomic bombs,c
The complete Ditko Konga is a whopping 302 pages of giant purple ape comics, including eight pulse-pounding covers, all drawn during the height of Ditko's prowess concurrent with his Spider-Man and Dr. Strange creative explosions. Script are by fan-favorite Joe Gill. Includes fascinating insights into the comics and the monster
Archie Comics' first-ever deluxe hardcover art book celebrates two of the most iconic females in comics history. Gorgeously designed by Archie Editor-in-Chief Victor Gorelick and the Eisner Award winner Craig Yoe, this lavishly illustrated edition follows Betty and Veronica as they evolve over the decades in
Frank Frazetta! He's been rightfully called "The Grand Master of Fantasy Art"! But it's little known that Frazetta also conquered other worlds in the Golden Age of Comics, as shown in his Donald Duck-ish funny animal and hilarious hillbilly comic book stories. Even those aware of this wonderful Frazetta art
What's cooler than comics about cartoonist? NOTHING! This is mind-blowing, full-color hardback book collects rare comics about real and fictional cartoonists--created by the greatest cartoonists in the world! Read comics about cartoonists by the top illustrators and creators in the field: Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Jack
Steve Ditko's most creative comics are lovingly reproduced in a beautiful large format hardback book, The Creativity of Steve Ditko, a companion to Craig Yoe's previous The Art of Ditko. Featuring a Foreword by Paul Levitz with revealing essays by Mike Gold, Jack Harris, Mykal Banta, and
From the banned 1950s horror comics that Dr. Fredric Wertham of the U.S. Senate and mothers didn't want innocent children to devour comes a terrifying and timely anthology of comics of the undead... Zombies. These gruesome mini-masterpieces are hauntingly delineated by some of the Golden Age's greatest
Cult favorite Bob Powell was a master 1950s horror cartoonist delineating some of the most imaginative and incredibly drawn comics in the genre. His terrifying ghouls were as gruesome as his tantalizing girls were gorgeous! The introduction is by Eisner winner Craig Yoe and details Powell's comics
A clever, insightful, and GROSS compendium of everything from sayings about barf, historical anecdotes, and cartoons to rancid rhymes, factoids, great moments in barf culture, up-chuckles, and buckets more! Whether you’re spewing to Ralph on the porcelain telephone or waiting for relief from a stomach tsunami, this book makes for
"A love letter to George Herriman!" --Los Angeles Times
Krazy Kat & the Art of George Herriman is a tribute to one of the most influential and innovative comic strips and creators of all time. This unique collection of rare art, essays, memorabilia, and biography highlights the career of the first genius of comics,
Carl Barks tops the list of greatest comic book artists of many devoted fans around the world. He has often been called "The Good Duck Artist" by avid readers of all ages of his Disney Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge comics. Those Duck stories have been reprinted and loved again
The first volume in Yoe Book's thrilling new series, "The Chilling Archives of Horror," fittingly features the first and foremost maniacal monster of all time... Frankenstein! Dick Briefer is one of the seminal artists who worked with Will Eisner on some of the very first comic books. Briefer
"Yoe makes a must buy" --Comic Book Resources
Hey Humbugs! Don't Panic! It's madder, it's crazier, it's sicker, it trumps them all! You'll crack up with this lampooning book! Brilliantly combine satire magazines, super-hero send-ups, monster magazines, sexy teenage girls á la Betty and Veronica, surrealism, beatniks, hippies, and wackiness and you've got the inimitable Madhouse. Madhouse was
"A tell-all history of the creation and durability of Archie!" --USA Today
This thick, large format, handsome tome showcases the whole fascinating history of the longstanding major comics company Archie Publications. It's a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Archie, his sexy girlfriends, Bettie and Veronica, and his pals, Jughead and Reggie. The book features Archie artists and writers, from the old
Before there was Google the search engine, there was Barney Google, with the goo-goo-googly eyes! This lovable comic strip character was brilliantly drawn in absorbing and hilarious stories by master draftsman Billy DeBeck. Barney gambled, hung with high-toned women and hillbillies, and played the horses! This novel-length,
"Unappreciated Genius: Craig Yoe on Boody Rogers" --USA Today
You've met Fletcher Hanks. Now meet Boody Rogers! Fans of Boody Rogers' Golden Age comic book stories span generations of cartoonists, from Robert Williams to Art Spiegelman to Johnny Ryan. Rogers' work appeared in Spiegelman's RAW magazine and, recently, in the anthology book Art Out of Time: Unknown Comic Visionaries
The Great Treasury of Christmas Comic Book Stories collects wonderful Christmas comics from the Golden Age. This book will warm the hearts of children of all ages! Top cartoonists like Walt (Pogo) Kelly, John (Little Lulu) Stanley, and Dan Noonan penned the humorous, heartwarming comics in this
A clever and insightful compendium of everything from sayings about farts to historical anecdotes to the history of the whoopee cushion--The Official Fart Book has it all!
Publisher: Cider Mill Press
"Take a look at Craig Yoe's most recent masterpiece at your local store!" --BleedingCool.com
Felix The Cat, the wonderful wonderful cat! Felix's original artist, Otto Messmer, penned brilliant stories for Dell and Harvey during comic books' Golden Age. Well over two-hundred pages showcase Felix's magic carpet trips to surreal lands, time's past, and into Toy Land, as well as his hilarious domestic adventures, too.
"A must for any DeCarlo devotee!" --R.C. Harvey
Dan DeCarlo's futuristic, curvy teenage girl, Jetta, zoomed through the future a full decade before Judy Jetson. In the 1950s, the fan-favorite artist, beloved for his portrayals of Betty & Veronica, Josie, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch, delineated the madcap adventures of Jetta, "Teen-Age Sweetheart of the 21st Century," with
IDW andYoe! Books present THE Golden Collection of Klassic Krazy Kool Kids Komics. The first collection of its kind, this huge, luxurious volume lovingly collects the brilliant kids comics that such luminaries as Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Frank Frazetta, Walt Kelly, Dr. Seuss, Syd
IDW and Yoe! Books present The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story, a tome of legendary proportions! Milt Gross wrote and drew what many consider to be the first graphic novel, He Done Her Wrong, was a popular comic stripper with hilarious
There are three genius incarnations of Popeye: the comic strip by E.C. Segar, the animations by Max Fleischer, and unknown to many, the brilliant 1940s and '50s comic book stories by Bud Sangendorf! Comics historian Craig Yoe collects and beautifully packages the best of the best of Sangendorf's thrilling and
Abrams and Craig Yoe announce
Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman's Co-Creator Joe Shuster.
Secret Identity: showcases rare and recently discovered erotic artwork by the most seminal artist in comics, Joe Shuster. In the early 1950s, Shuster was down on his luck
This wonderful book showcases Krazy's most surreal adventures, as depicted by Herriman in the famed "Tiger Tea" sequence (1936-'37). The Kat imbibes a strange brew called "Tiger Tea" and, all of a sudden, the roles between the characters switch and the strip is turned hilariously upside down.