Craig Yoe

Going Antiviral: Robert Grossman's "Life on the Moon"

Going Antiviral: Robert Grossman’s “Life on the Moon”

“From the moment when living organisms appeared in the seas billions of years ago, they seemed driven by an instinctive urge to move beyond their own environment. Out of the dark waters they groped across aeons, toward the light and land and air.” —Time Magazine, December 6, 1968 “When “Comrade” Nixon finally emerged from the […]

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

Comics creators are collectively among the most powerful forces on Earth. Don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.  They’re connected to everyone and everything. They’re the original masters of memetics.  This is why Thomas Nast had political clout in the 19th Century that the likes of Stephen Colbert or Jon Stewart could never dream of […]

Is That Art? Find Out In New York At Craig Yoe’s Exhibition

This Wednesday, April 8th, the Society of Illustrators at 128 East 63rd Street in New York celebrates a new exhibition entitled “Is That Art?” from 5 to 10PM for a Happy Hour and Reception. The exhibition is comprised of work from the collection of writer, editor, and cartoonist Craig Yoe of Yoe! Books, an imprint […]

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 […]

Yoe Books Launches The Yippie Yi Yoe Society – Hear Their Theme Song

Yoe Books are the publisher of all manner of envelope-pushing classic comics and comics that should be archived and remembered via a team-up with IDW. They brough us Alice in Comicland in 2014, a collection of beautiful Alice in Wonderland themed comics from a wide spectrum of classic creators, and also many a volume of […]

Bleeding Cool’s 31 Best Interviews Of 2014

For me, interviews are a big part of what I look back on when I consider my experiences in comics at the end of the year. Whether taken from phone discussions, live at conventions, or via e-mail, interviews are how I’ve gained my greatest insights into the medium, and they’ve been a continual education for […]

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 […]

IDW Announces Weird Love Today With A Volley of Valentine’s Cards

From the much-beloved for the strange and off the wall retrospective content imprint Yoe Books! via IDW, we will be receiving new bi-monthly comic Weird Love in May 2014. If you’re thinking, “Aw, how sweet”, think again. This series collects all the “sexy, bizarre, sick, twisted, politically incorrect, kinky ‘romance’ comics of the 1950s and […]