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  1. Archie's Mad House

    Archie's Mad House

    $34.99

    Brilliantly combine satire magazines, super-hero send-ups, monster magazines, sexy teenage girls a la Betty and Veronica, surrealism, beatniks and hippies and wackiness and you've got the inimitable Mad House. Mad House was the birthplace of the bewitching Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Captain Sprocket and the comic host with the most, Clyde Didit. Archie's best artists, Dan "Betty and Veronica" DeCarlo, Sam "Jughead" Schwartz and even cartoonists like Wally Wood—yes!—filled Mad House's pages with laughs and lunacy and nutty fun—and hot teenage chicks. Craig Yoe collects the best of the best stories and features, and introduces Mad House with rare art and behind the scenes secrets. 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. Doctor Who Dave Gibbons Collection

    $50.00

    Industry legend Dave Gibbons illustrated a classic run of Doctor Who comics, and this oversized, hardcover book collects them all for the first time! And in full color! Gibbons-drawn strips began appearing in the very first issue of Doctor Who Magazine (then titled Doctor Who Weekly), starring the Fourth Doctor as portrayed by Tom Baker, and Gibbons continued as the primary artist until issue #69, a Fifth Doctor tale. This volume also features an introduction by Gibbons! Learn More
  4. Archie: Best of Samm Schwartz, Vol. 1

    $24.99

    Samm Schwartz was one of the main Archie artists in the 1950s and 1960s. He worked on all the major Archie characters, but is most remembered for his portrayal of Jughead. Samm’s greatest talents were his storytelling ability, depicting facial expressions and body language. But the key ingredient along with his talent was his keen sense of humor that brought the characters to life. Learn More
  5. Amazing 3-D Comics

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    Before there were 3-D movies, there were 3-D comics! In the mid-fifties, comic-book great Joe Kubert hit upon the idea of doing comics in 3-D, which resulted in some of the best-selling comics of all time—print runs in the millions! Eisner Award-winner Craig Yoe collects the best of these stories and samples by artists like Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Bob Powell, Al Jaffee, Russ Heath, Milt Stein, Alex Toth, and many more. Carefully re-mastered and reproduced in large format so that every dynamic, eye-popping effect can be looked at in astonishment. The comics cover every genre: superhero, jungle adventures, horror comics, science fiction, funny animals, satire, western and romance! The fascinating behind the scenes introduction is by the mastermind behind 3-D comics himself, Mr. Joe Kubert! Rare art and ephemera as only Yoe Books does it. And, yes, of course, this book comes with special FREE 3-D GLASSES! BUT WAIT! There's more! This must-have hardback book has a special lenticular 3-D cover that puts the amazing in Amazing 3-D Comics! Learn More
  6. Archie: Best of Dan DeCarlo, Vol. 3

    $24.99

    The third Best of Dan DeCarlo volume continues in the tradition of Volumes one and two, collecting beautiful, vintage stories by DeCarlo Showcasing his numerous artistic skills. If Jack Kirby was the King of comics then Dan DeCarlo was the Emperor of Archie—and when you read this volume you'll understand why! Learn More
  7. In the Shadow of Dracula

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    John Polidori, Johann Ludwig Tieck, Aleksei Tolstoy, Theodore Gautier, James Malcolm Rymer, Sheridan Le Fanu, Eliza Lynn Linton, Anne Crawford, Mary Cholmondeley, Count Stenbock, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Augustus Hare, Hume Nisbet, F. G. Loring, Marry E. Wilkins-Freeman, M. R. James, F. Marion Crawford, Algernon Blackwood, E. F. Benson, Bram Stoker, Alice and Claude Askew (w) • Michael Manomivibul (a & c) As popular and influential as Bram Stoker’s classic tale of nocturnal menace is, that 1897 novel did not invent vampire fiction, nor was it alone in feeding the Gothic fantasies of the Victorian period. IDW Publishing presents an expertly selected menu of outstanding vampire prose stories that either informed or benefited from Bram Stoker’s hugely popular creation. These eerie tales of the undead—some 22 in all—form the core cannon of classic vampire literature. Chosen and introduced by celebrated literary scholar and author Leslie S. Klinger (The New Annotated Dracula), with illustrations by noted horror artist Michael Monomivibul, In the Shadow of Dracula brings to adventuresome readers stories of nocturnal terror that have lived in Stoker’s shadow for too long. Learn More
  8. Archie: Best of Harry Lucey, Vol. 1

    $24.99

    Harry Lucey was the primary artist on Archie’s namesake character from the 1950s through the 1960s. Lucey is today recognized as a wonderful cartoonist with an exquisite line, and a master of comedic timing. Like the DeCarlo books before it, The Best of Harry Lucey is all scanned from original art and then colored using the original comics as guides to match the original published comics as much as possible—except with far batter production values! Archie: The Best of Harry Lucey will provide long-time Lucey fans, or those just discovering his art, with many hours of reading entertainment. Learn More

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