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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
"Crazy, fun, absurd!"
-Mark Frauenfelder
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The Elephant that Forgot

Though, to be fair, despite the appearances of some, none of today’s elephants were alive in 1888 — – Above, from the front cover of the October 3rd, 1888 edition of Puck magazine, artist Joseph Keppler, Sr. depicts the efforts of Republican Congressmen to dig a trap for Democratic President Grover Cleveland… Need more be […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial April 1913

To Close out this year’s April Fools’ Month, we bring our focus not on fools, but on some of the orchestrators of fun — the cartoonists. Above and below are the pages concentrated on cartoonists, from the April 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, a brief auto bio written by artist Billy DeBeck, along with […]

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 […]

Cartoonists’ Theatre Ads: F. Opper

A number of cartoonists have been involved in theater. One of them was Frederick Burr Opper. Above, a cartoon by Opper, from the October 4th, 1884 issue of Puck magazine. Beneath, Opper illustrated ads for the mid-1880′s play, Mugg’s Landing. These came from a folding card handout. Click on Theatrical Cartoons to find prior postings […]

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 […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial February 1913

Cartoons Magazine continues its trend to expand its prose articles by and about cartoonists. Gathered here are all the articles from the February 1913 issue. Click on the above & below pages, to display them large enough to read. Above, artist William Kemp Starrett writes about a cartoonist’s day. Below, we have an article written […]

Puck’s Revised Library of Juvenile Fiction, 1884

This being the month for Juveniles (both around the Christmas tree, and in Congress), we take another look at cartoonists attacking a rival medium of their day as being lurid — i.e., dime novels, and their affects on the young mind… The above rear cover page by artist Frederick Burr Opper, imagines classic works of […]

Blaine Eating Crow

Above, the centerspread cartoon from the November 26th, 1884 issue of Puck magazine, by artist Bernhard Gillam. Titled, Thanksgiving Day, 1884 — “Let Us Be Thankful!”, referring to the nation being thankful that former Speaker of the House, James G. Blaine, had failed in his bid for the Presidency. We can also be thankful, that […]

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 […]

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 […]

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