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Archie's Mad House Krazy Kat & The Art of George Herriman: A Celebration
Archie's Mad House The Carl Barks Big Book of Barney Bear
Archie's Mad House Amazing 3-D Comics
Archie's Mad House Archie's Mad House
Archie's Mad House The Great Treasury of Christmas Comic Book Stories
Archie's Mad House The Official Fart Book
Archie's Mad House The Official Barf Book
Popeye: The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf Popeye: The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf
Archie: Seven Decades of America's Favorite Teenagers... And Beyond! Archie: Seven Decades of America's Favorite Teenagers... And Beyond!
Dick Briefer's Frankenstein Dick Briefer's Frankenstein
Barney Google: Gambling, Horse Races, and High-Toned Women Barney Google: Gambling, Horse Races, and High-Toned Women
Felix The Cat: The Great Comic Book Tails Felix The Cat: The Great Comic Book Tails
Klassic Krazy Kool Kids Komics The Golden Collection of Klassic Krazy Kool KIDS KOMICS"
"Another amazing book from Craig Yoe!"
-Jerry Beck
Dan DeCarlo's Jetta Dan DeCarlo's Jetta
"A long-forgotten comic book gem."
-Mark Frauenfelder
The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story
-Playboy magazine
"Stunningly beautiful!"
- The Forward
"An absolute must-have."
-Jerry Beck
The Art of Ditko
The Art of Ditko
"Craig's book revealed to me a genius I had ignored my entire life."
-Mark Frauenfelder
The Greatest Anti-War Cartoons
The Great Anti-War Cartoons
Introduction by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus
"Pencils for Peace!"
-The Washington Post
Boody: The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers
Boody: The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers
"Crazy, fun, absurd!"
-Mark Frauenfelder
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Republican Party Split, Year 2: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Those following SuperITCH last year, may recall our reprinting of cartoons from the 1912 Presidential Election, covering what is still the most significant splintering of the Republican Party. Republican Party bosses — at a time when most state primaries were mere window dressing (party hacks chose which candidates ran in the final election, not the […]

Immigration Fight of 1913: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

A week-and-a-half ago, after much debate, the U.S. Senate passed an Immigration Reform Bill which is pleasing to no one. This week, the House of Representatives — controlled by Republicans not, many of whom are opposed to the legislation, partially because it would bring in as voting citizens, mostly individuals who likely will not vote […]

Ohio River Flood: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

From Cartoons Magazine, we have coverage of the Ohio River Flood of 1913. Last Year’s Earth Day posting, however, included the Ohio River Flood of 1883, so doing so on that day would have been repetitious. Above, from the March 1913 issue, we have cartoons by Charles “Doc” Winner, Stinson, and Billy DeBeck Click on […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Before we reach month’s end, it’s time we review the Focus on Cartoonists pages from the March 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, Robert Minor, Jr. writes about the cartoonist’s art. Click on the above & below pagees, to enlarge and read them. Below, Henry C. Williamson continues his series on 19th century cartooning, writing […]

Suffrage Parade in Washington, D.C., March 3rd, 1913: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

On March 3rd, 1913 — the day prior to Woodrow Wilson’s Inauguration Parade — the National American Woman Suffrage Association staged their own parade along the next day’s route in support of Women’s Suffrage. During the parade, some women were attacked by male onlookers, while the police present did nothing or joined in. Above & […]

William Jennings Bryan — Secretary of State: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Amongst the many positions which newly elected President Woodrow Wilson had to pick, was Secretary of State. Wilson, elected in November 1912, would not assume the Presidency until March 1913, and so had plenty of time to make his decisions — and took his time in announcing them. William Jennings Bryan, who had been the […]

Cartoons Magazine Centennial’s Post-Election 1912

Finally, finally, we’ve reached the Closing Out, of the Closing Out, of the 1912 Election! (It’s only taken me, like, a hundred years.) As a reprinter of the prior months’ editorial cartoons, Cartoons Magazine‘s November Election follow-up, naturally appeared in its December (mostly) & January (some) issues. In this post, the page is from the […]

Three-Way Partying 3!: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

Back yet again with our up-to-the-century election coverage, via the October and November 1912 issues of Cartoons Magazine, from back in the days when insurgent forces inside the Republican Party split it in two, giving us a major three-way race, plus hope to minor parties that their day might finally be arriving. Above, cartoons involving […]

Bryan vs. the Democratic Machine: 1912 Democratic National Convention, Part 2: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

< In 1912, the Democratic nomination was up for grabs going into the Convention, and Wall Street moneyed interests made a play at aligning with the Party Bosses in general — and the corrupt Tammany Hall in particular — at getting in their man (Champ Clark). They’d already succeeded in having their puppet — Taft […]

Campaign Funds: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, August 1912, Part 17

Today’s topic, extracted from the August 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, is the eternal evil of American politics — Campaign Funding. (Or, as Republicans would have it, Corporations = People, and, Money = Speech. Though if you’re going to reduce it to a mathematical equation, then pure math would reveal that those with the most […]