Craig Yoe Archives

Voting Is Your Superpower Fights For Truth, Justice, and Voting Rights
Clover writes: And this exciting  buzz-worthy book is hosted by a new super hero for our times… General Election! In her first appearance General Election is ablaze with voting power on our special cover by Eisner nominee Sanford Greene the fan-favorite artist of Bitter Root. Eisner-award winner Craig Yoe edits the book and pens the foreword of Voting is Your Superpower, and Bleeding Cool[...]
piratesbook
This book was put together thanks to the comic book masterminds of Craig Yoe and Ed Catto Featuring over 5 unique pirate stories, this book is great for an afternoon read Each story is presented in full color, as they had been originally While each story is enchantingly engrossing, I admit I did come out[...]
Super Weird Heroes v2.3: Who Will Be The Man of Tomorrow?
The Hip Knox story that Craig Yoe has chosen for inclusion in his Super Weird Heroes Volume 2 is one of my favorite weird tales in this book, but not just for the story itself.  Oh, the story is certainly quite weird, and the character is very weird indeed, but the thing that makes this[...]
Super Weird Heroes v2.1: Gene Simmons, Steve Ditko, and Hand Gestures of Power
Towards the end of the War, an outfit called the Bureau of Cartoons was formed to "direct the scattered cartoon power of the country". I mention the above because it came up in conversation with comics historian Craig Yoe, while he was pitching me a series of posts which will be a companion of sorts to his[...]
Is That Art? Find Out In New York At Craig Yoe's Exhibition
The exhibition is comprised of work from the collection of writer, editor, and cartoonist Craig Yoe of Yoe! Books, an imprint which is distributed by IDW. The exhibition is described thus: "Is THAT Art?!" is a haughty remark about comics from art critics In proud retort, a new exhibit promises to trumpet a resounding "YES!" The exhibit[...]
Things To Do In New York And Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics
Tuesday, February 24th Editor Craig Yoe is presenting a multi-media presentation about the new book Milt Gross' New York: A Lost Graphic Novel at the Mid Manhattan Library They say: "There will be a few advanced copies of the deluxe reprint of the 1939 pioneering graphic novel at the event This hardback reprint has a fascinating[...]
Bleeding Cool's 31 Best Interviews Of 2014
I'd like to thank those who engaged in interviews this year on Bleeding Cool again for sharing their perspective and wisdom with us, and with our readers. Here are some of the highlights from the interviews of 2014 from myself, Rich Johnston, Dan Wickline, Adi Tantimedh, Alex Wilson, Nikolai Fomich, and Jeremy Konrad: With Fred Van Lente:[...]
The Terror! Witness Craig Yoe's Weird Love For Horror Comics And Their Enduring Legacy
Live from somewhere inside a decaying castle with angry hoards outside, flaming torches and pitchforks at the ready, the horror comic enthusiast, comic creator extraordinaire and editor of many historically important but maddeningly strange and artistically brilliant volumes of bone-chilling comics, Craig Yoe joins us here on Bleeding Cool especially for Halloween The massive line[...]
Things To Do In New York, Philadelphia, And Pittsburgh This Week If You Like Comics
Guests include Farel Dalrymple, Craig Yoe, Tom Scioli, Ed Piskor, Gary Groth, Danny Hellman, Trina Robbins, and Jim Rugg. They say: "PIX  is devoted solely to creator-owned, self-published, small-press, and handmade comics, artists books and other visual works Admission is free and the event is open to the public.  The event will give Pittsburghers the opportunity[...]
IDW Announces Weird Love Today With A Volley of Valentine's Cards
But I doubt anyone will wait that long to have a gander. The announcement is enough to make anyone's heart swell with hope for Valentine's Day after all, amid all the froo-froo you're probably surrounded by today. Craig Yoe's descriptions are rather enthralling: Amazingly in the repressed 1950s and the any-thing-goes 1960s in some so-called 'romance' comics, there were[...]