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  1. Funny Stuff by Frank Frazetta HC Limited Signed Edition

    Funny Stuff by Frank Frazetta HC Limited Signed Edition

    $75.00

    This Limited Edition variant of FRAZETTA—FUNNY STUFF, limited to 100 copies, features a striking gold foil-embellished variant cover (shown left), adored with a never-before-published sexy gal illustration by Frazetta! Inside you'll find a bookplate illustrated and signed by Craig Yoe. Limited Edition of 100 copies. Frank Frazetta has been called “The Grand Master of Fantasy Art,” but did you know he did a glorious omnibus’ worth of funny sexy and funny cute stories in the Golden Age of comic books?! That’s right, hillbilly babes to hoppy bunnies were drawn with the Frazetta magic. And Eisner-winning editor Craig Yoe captures that magic in the new "Frazetta--Funny Stuff" large format, full-color, 256-page hardcover collection from Yoe Books. “I do reveal that dark side in some of my work. I am known for my violent stuff. But the funny stuff is the real me.” —Frank Frazetta Learn More
  2. Zombies HC

    $21.99

    From the banned 1950s horror comics that Dr. Fredric Wertham, 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 artists at their very best. The nightmarish scripts of the unstoppable living dead will make your spine freeze over in terror! Edited and designed by Eisner winner Craig Yoe with an introduction by the host of the popular "The Horrors of It All" vintage comics blog, Steve "Karswell" Banes. "Zombies" follows in the footsteps of "Dick Briefer's Frankenstein" and "Bob Powell's Terror." Learn More
  3. Funny Stuff by Frank Frazetta HC

    $49.99

    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 Duckish funny animal and hilarious hillbilly comic book stories. Even those aware of this wonderful Frazetta art don't know the extent -- this book is a whopping 256 page, large-format pages! Did we mention ferocious, terrifying wolves and swampland creatures in the plethora of animal stories and illustrations as only Frazetta can draw them? There's also lions and tigers and bears--oh my!--before Frazetta's famous paintings captured the same subjects. But wait, there's more! (As they say.) You'll see the roots of the Frazetta in the sexy Kathy teenage girl adventures. And there's the hot Daisy Mae look-alike, Clarabelle, in the hillbilly hi-jinks stories of her beau, Looey Lazybones (Holy Li'l Abner!). The introduction is by the famed cartoon director Ralph Bakshi who knew Frazetta well and worked closely with him when they co-produced the animated feature film, "Fire and Ice." Bakshi shares rare insights, anecdotes, and photos of Frazetta . And Bakshi created a special painting of Frazetta and himself as funny animals for this beautiful hardcover full-color coffee table book! Frank Frazetta's Funny Stuff is edited and designed by Eisner award-winner CraigYoe. Learn More
  4. Greatest Felix the Cat Comic Book Tales

    $27.99

    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, times past, and into Toy Land, as well as his hilarious domestic adventures, too. Felix the Cat's Greatest Comic Book Tales sports a fascinating foreword by Don Oriolo, son of Joe Oriolo, whose wonderful stories ran alongside Messmer's and are included in the book. Comic Historian Craig Yoe sets the stage in his introduction with revealing behind-the-scenes insight complemented by rare original art and ephemera. Learn More
  5. Bob Powell's Terror

    $21.99

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    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 career with extensive and revealing quotes from a recently discovered manuscript about his work penned by Powell himself. The front matter is profusely illustrated with rare ephemera and flawless reproductions of Powell's original art. Bob Powell's Terror prints a generous amount of horror comic stories carefully scanned and reproduced from vintage horror-era comics, many of them quite rare and expensive—if you could even find them! This beautifully designed 148-page library-quality full-color hardback book is volume two in The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics series. Learn More
  6. Complete Milt Gross

    $39.99

    This beautifully designed book collects the complete comic book stories of comic genius Milt Gross, culled from rare, impossible to track down comic books of the ‘40s, which have been lovingly restored. Milt Gross was a cartooning genius who was championed by Art Spiegelman in Raw and Dan Nadel in Art Out of Time. Gross wrote and drew what many consider to be the first graphic novel, He Done Her Wrong, and was a popular comic stripper (with hilarious cartoon-style Yiddish-isms), animator, and screenplay writer (co-writer of films with Charlie Chaplin). This thick, full-color, 368-page hardback tome, in addition to exhuming every one of Gross’ wild and crazy comic book stories, shares rare photos, sketches, and unpublished art, including the previously unknown cover to the Milt Gross Funnies #3! Learn More
  7. Krazy & Ignatz in Tiger Tea

    $12.99

    Krazy Kat's most surreal adventures were the famed "Tiger Tea" sequence where Krazy Kat imbibed a psychedelia-inducing substance. This is George Herriman at his best in the only full-length Krazy Kat adventure story of his career presented in the same era as Terry and the Pirates and Captain Easy. Krazy & Ignatz in Tiger Tea showcases a rare photo of Herriman sporting a Mexican sombrero and smoking a funny looking cigarette, a perfect addition to this fun, classic trip down memory lane. Learn More
  8. Dan DeCarlo's Jetta

    Dan DeCarlo's Jetta

    $21.99

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    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 and Veronica, Josie and Sabrina the Teenage Witch, delineated the madcap adventures of Jetta, "Teen-Age Sweetheart of the 21st Century" with obvious delight. The comics, collected for the first time in their entirety and in living color will be accompanied by a revealing introduction by Craig Yoe. There will also be a bevy of rare unpublished original art and photographs. Plus, as a highly desirable bonus, Jetta pinups by top comic book artists and Hollywood animators. Learn More
  9. Klassic Krazy Kool Kids Komics

    $34.99

    This huge, luxurious hardcover volume lovingly collects the brilliant kids’ comics that such luminaries as Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Frank Frazetta, Walt Kelly, Dr. Seuss, Syd Hoff, Jules Feiffer, George Carlson, John Stanley, Dan deCarlo, Sheldon Mayer, Carl Barks and myriad other brilliant geniuses created during the heyday of kids comics in the 1940s and ‘50s, and beyond. Astute comic book fans and their eager young fans alike will love the funny and beautiful full-color stories of slapstick superheroes, fantastic fairy tales, and awesome anthropomorphic animals. Learn More
  10. Felix the Cat’s Greatest Comic Book Tails

    Felix the Cat’s Greatest Comic Book Tails

    $34.99

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    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. Felix the Cat’s Greatest Comic Book Tails sports a fascinating foreword by Don Oriolo, son of Joe Oriolo, whose wonderful stories ran alongside Messmer’s and are included in the book. Comic Historian Craig Yoe sets the stage in his introduction with revealing behind-the-scenes insight complemented by rare original art and ephemera. Learn More

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