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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
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Dan DeCarlo's Jetta Dan DeCarlo's Jetta
"A long-forgotten comic book gem."
-Mark Frauenfelder
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The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story
"Wonderful!"
-Playboy magazine
"Stunningly beautiful!"
- The Forward
"An absolute must-have."
-Jerry Beck
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The Art of Ditko
The Art of Ditko
"Craig's book revealed to me a genius I had ignored my entire life."
-Mark Frauenfelder
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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
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Professor Tigwissel’s Experiment with Blue Glass: Tigwissel Tuesdays #50

In 1877, medical journals and newspapers were filled with efforts to debunk what was being called “Blue Glass Mania” (or, Chromo-Therapy), in which fraudulent healers were claiming they could cure illnesses by bathing people in light passed through color glass. The practice was made popular by Augustus Pleasonton, who experimented with panes of colored glass […]

St. Patrick’s Day 1874, by Livingston Hopkins

Above, “A Hodge Podge on St. Patrick’s Day” by cartoonist Livingston Hopkins, from the front page of the March 17th, 1874 edition of the (New York) Daily Graphic. Enjoy! Click on the above picture, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Doug Wheeler NYDailyGraphic

Deadly Dan, the Dare-Devil, 1878

Above, we close out our annual Native American Heritage Month postings, with “Deadly Dan, the Dare-Devil, A Dime Novel of Today” or “What Our Boys Are Reading”, by artist Livingston Hopkins, from the August 27th, 1878 front page of the (New York) Daily Graphic. Click on the page, to view it in a larger size, […]

“A May Melange”: Tigwissel Tuesdays # 42.5

Since we’re on the cusp of Winter, what better time to run “A May Melange”, by artist Livingston Hopkins? From the front page of the May 1st, 1876 issue of the (New York) Daily Graphic, why, on Earth, am I running this page that clearly has no scientific element? Because, look towards the figure, bottom […]

Closing Out James G. Blaine’s “Tattoed-Man” series, 1884

Election’s done, but I’ve a few “Tattooed Man” cartoons not yet shown, to run. So let’s get them out of the way. Those of you who have been visiting this site, already know what these are about. But, for anyone just now stumbling in… James Blaine was the G.O.P. nominee for President in 1884. He […]

The Day is Here!!

All Hail! The Holy of Holies, the Day of Days, is Here at Last! The Day when Americans choose whom they wish to see their cartoonists and late night comedians make fun of for the next four years! My spittle spat, I’ve no poison left, just this final drip of non-partisan, de-venomized glad-it’s-almost-over, pap. (Don’t […]

Wall Street Buys the Elections: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #109

Above, the front cover of the September 26th, 1896 issue of Up-To-Date. Titled Man and Master, it depicts Corporate Power dictating to workers how they should vote. Art by Champe. Beneath, The Vote That Elects Our President — being the signature in a checkbook, given by the wealthy/corporations, to fund the political campaign they favor […]

Wall Street Panics & Collapses: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #107

Using mostly cartoons shown over the course of our Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons run, plus a scattering of a few new ones, we have a brief review in pictures, of Wall Street Crashes & Panics, from mid-19th Century, up through Great Depression I. The upcoming election pits one candidate who is a millionaire […]

Charles Darwin: Tigwissel Tuesdays # 34

I’ve been avoiding running these particular cartoons within Tigwissel Tuesdays‘s general mandate of reviewing comics parodying science, but given that the Anti-Science Party (also known as Republicans) is holding its national convention this week, I felt what better time to honor the G.O.P.’s 19th Century ideas, than with cartoons from the 19th Century making fun […]

The Rich get the Pickings: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #96

The Bulls and the Bears, one of several cartoons found on the front page of the November 2nd, 1877 issue of the (New York) Daily Graphic. Shown here is Jay Gould, having the longest pitchfork (i.e., having the longest reach = being the richest), picking off the best stock bargains, while warning the other, smaller […]

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