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  1. The Art of Ditko

    The Art of Ditko

    $39.99

    Steve Ditko, the co-creator of Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, remains an enigma, though this book draws us closer to the artist and gives us a better understanding of his amazing work. Introducing the very best of rare and striking Steve Ditko comic book stories and original art, this large-format beautifully showcases Ditko’s work, with many reproductions of original art pieces by the master comic book artist. Edited and designed by Craig Yoe (Secret Identity), with essays by P. Craig Russell, John Romita, and Jerry Robinson, plus an all-new introduction by Stan Lee. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Felix the Cat Paintings HC

    Felix the Cat Paintings HC

    $34.99

    The multi-talented Don Oriolo has brought us Felix The Cat's adventures through movies, television, comic books, merchandising, and song. Don's paintings are colorful, imaginative, and a fitting tribute to his muse, the World's Most Famous Cat, Felix! Foreword by Craig Yoe and essays from cartoon aficionados Jerry Beck, Mark Evanier, David Gerstein, and Paul Castiglia. What Fun! Learn More
  6. Popeye Vol. 1 The Great Comic Book Tales by Bud Sagendorf

    $29.99

    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 Sagendorf! Comics historian Craig Yoe collects and beautifully packages the best of the best of Sagendorf’s thrilling and roll-on-the-floor laughing tales. See the Sea Hag, Bluto, and, of course, Olive Oyl, Wimpy, and Sweepea join Popeye in exciting adventures—and brilliant comic book stories. Sagendorf penned these tales with love and skill—even adding some of his own unique characters. Learn More
  7. Jack Cole's Deadly Horror

    Jack Cole's Deadly Horror

    $24.99

    Jack Cole is widely acclaimed for his brilliant work on his creation, the superhero Plastic Man. But he didn't just stretch people's imaginations, he also frightened them out of their wits! Cole's comics in this genre were some of the most grisly, horrifyingly gut-wrenching art and stories in the history of comics! In Jack Cole's Deadly Horror you'll read comic stories from the 1950s with titles like “Orgy of Death,” “Hangman's Horror,” “The Corpse That Wouldn't Die,” “A Pact With The Devil,” and many more spine-tingling tales. Introduced by Eisner Award winning comics historian Craig Yoe with rare art and background material. This large format full color book is part of the acclaimed Chilling Archives of Horror Comics, which includes Dick Briefer's Frankenstein, Bob Powell's Terror, and Zombies! Learn More
  8. Dick Briefer's Frankenstein

    Dick Briefer's Frankenstein

    $21.99

    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. Dick Briefer is as cool as weird cartoonists Fletcher Hanks, Basil Wolverton, Boody Rogers, EC horror comics, and classic Frankenstein movies all rolled into one! The large-format book lovingly reproduces a monstrous number of stories from the original 1940s and '50s comic books. The stories are fascinatingly supplemented by an insightful introduction by Eisner-Award winner Craig Yoe, with rare Dick Briefer photos and letters, original art, drawings by Alex Toth inspired by Briefer’s Frankenstein—and much more! Learn More
  9. The Strange World Of Your Dreams: Comics Meet Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dali

    The Strange World Of Your Dreams: Comics Meet Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dali

    $29.99

    The complete 1950s comics in this innovative and rare series are lovingly restored for this large format full color hardback. Produced by the greatest team in the history of the Golden Age of Comics, Simon and Kirby–this book is a dream come true! Save big bucks on your psychiatric bills, get this beautiful economically priced–and fascinating–book instead! Edited and designed by Eisner Award winner Craig Yoe. I’m afraid our time is up... 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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