The Untold History of Black Comic Books

By: Nicole D’Andria IDW Publishing and Yoe books will be releasing The Untold History of Black Comic Books. This collection will include black characters from 1940s comic strips to black characters in modern day comic books. The book will include 200 pages of comic book stories that have never been reprinted before. One of the author’s, Professor William H. Foster III, is an authority on black cartoonists and comics, according to him, “This book is important to me on several levels… “It is not just the culmination of years of…

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IDW Publishing & Yoe Books Gives Us A Tour of Milton Gross’ New York

IDW Publishing & Yoe Books Gives Us A Tour of Milton Gross’ New York “Lost” Graphic Novel From One of The Most Influential Men In Comics Uncovered To those to that know Milt Gross and his work, he is a legend among legends. For those that don’t, in 1930, Gross wrote and drew one of the very first graphic novels, the acclaimed He Done Her Wrong. Gross was also a popular comic-strip creator (with hilarious cartoon-style Yiddish-isms), novelist, produced animation (for Disney and MGM), and was a screenwriter (and co-writer…

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Yoe Books & IDW Team-Up for Alice In Comicland

Yoe Books! Falls Down Another Rabbit Hole With Alice In Comicland Alice Seen Through The Comic Book Looking Glass San Diego, CA (December 9, 2013) – Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is one of the most beloved novels ever written as well as considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre.  So it only makes sense that IDW Publishing and Yoe Books! would partner up to collect the fantastic and wild variations of Alice as seen in comic books and comic strips from the…

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