by R. Crumb,Craig Yoe

  • ISBN 086719653X
  • ISBN13 978-0867196535
  • Language English
  • Author R. Crumb,Craig Yoe
  • Publisher Last Gasp (2007)
  • Pages 159
  • Formats lrf lit mbr doc
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Other Media
  • Size ePub 1724 kb
  • Size Fb2 1620 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 669

The classic American comic strip is known for being wholesome family entertainment, accesible to everyone. But these artists, including Sidd (B.C.) Hoff and Mort (Beetle Bailey) Walker, also had a mischievous side they only shared with peers and friends. Now, in Clean Cartoonists' Dirty Drawings, the general public can see the work of these American masters in their moments of blue humor.

CLEAN CARTOONISTS' DIRTY DRAWINGS Paperback – 2007. Thier really was nothing I disliked about this book, and . rumbs writing and Yoes Writing is very intellectual and interesting in thier take and opinions on these different artists

CLEAN CARTOONISTS' DIRTY DRAWINGS Paperback – 2007. by. Craig Yoe (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. rumbs writing and Yoes Writing is very intellectual and interesting in thier take and opinions on these different artists. Also loved how they showed the history of how dirty comics came to be from 1930’s to present. I also loved the front cover and how you presented each artists girls on the front of the cover.

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Clean Cartoonists’ Dirty Drawings. Craig Yoe, author of the popular Arf book series on comics and cartoon history says, I’m very proud of Clean Cartoonists’ Dirty Drawings inspite of, or may because, it’s the dirtiest thing I’ve ever been associated with

Clean Cartoonists’ Dirty Drawings. Craig Yoe, author of the popular Arf book series on comics and cartoon history says, I’m very proud of Clean Cartoonists’ Dirty Drawings inspite of, or may because, it’s the dirtiest thing I’ve ever been associated with. I hope cartoon and comics fans enjoy getting between the covers as much as I enjoy sharing these rare risque drawings by these great cartoonists. Many juicy and/or naughty drawings at the site which is NSFW.

Craig Yoe was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He attended Firestone High School in Akron, Ohio and the University of Akron before dropping out to concentrate on counter-cultural activities and the anti-war movement.

By Craig Yoe forward by R. Crumb. Collected in this volume for the first time are scores of rare, previously suppressed, underground sketches by mainstream cartoonists: Carl "Donald Duck' Barks, Steve "Spider-man" Ditko, Otto "The New Yorker" Soglow, Chuck "Bugs Bunny" Jones-plus many more artists. These cartoons will shock and amuse you with their sexy strays from the straight and narrow!

Clean cartoonists' dirty drawings.

Clean cartoonists' dirty drawings. by Craig Yoe. Forward by R. Mostly "R" rated drawings, but sometime very racy, this book covers the sexy doodlings of America's best loved cartoonists. Last Gasp Publishing, San Francisco. Dr. Seuss, Al Capp, Johnny Hart, Charles Schulz, Hank Ketcham, Mort Walker, Hal Foster. the list goes on and on. Brief bios of each makes this a reference book worth keeping, and the drawings, sometimes in full color, are a real hoot.

Craig Yoe. Clean Cartoonists' Dirty Drawings. San Francisco: Last Gasp, 2007. Includes a revealing foreword by underground legend R. 1st. 11 x ., 160, black & white, some color, wraps. Yoe has six patents for toy inventions, and lectures on creativity all over the world, from Africa to Argentina. He has collaborated with John Updike, Peter Max, Charles Schulz, Stan Lee, and Mike Myers. Yoe is a winner of the Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators and the Will Eisner Award.

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My girlfriend is a comic book nerd like me, and she has a pretty extensive collection of comics, graphic novels, and art pieces. She's usually pretty easy to shop for, but I was stumped this past holiday season. As soon as I saw this book, I knew that I had her stocking stuffer present taken care of.

It's not that dirty... mainly "R" rated levels of content, a lot of innuendo, and a few more risque pieces. This lack of hardcore content may be a drawback for some, but they can find their filth elsewhere.

This is a collection of sketches, fine art, and doodles done by the minds behind Batman, Superman, Wonderwoman, and even sunday morning strips like Family Circus's Bill Keane. It's a very unique gift for those that love comics.

Bottom line: She loved it, and I'm glad I bought it. Check it out!
I'd been waiting for this book for a long time, reading about it on the web site, and anticipating it anxiously. I wasn't disappointed.

It's a tricky topic and I can see how it could easily have been mishandled. Make it too dirty and people are offended. Make it too clean and they're disappointed. I think Craig has achieve the perfect balance of showing the work of familiar cartoonists whom we know from the funny pages and the comic books, and giving us just a peek at what they draw for themselves in their private moments.

Art schools are full of nude models in life drawing classes, so it should come as no surprise that most artists have drawn an unclad female at one time or another. The fun is in seeing drawings like this from the pen of well-known cartoonists who specialize in family-friendly material. It's a novelty that in no way detracts from their vast body of work but shows them as rather human.

I also have to mention the beautiful production. You don't usually find such high-quality paper and printing in a book at this price point. The cover alone is impressive, gorgeously printed with embossing and spot varnish. A real art book kind of treatment, nicely designed and executed.

I'm looking forward to the next volume!
Craig Yoe does a nice job of describing the various artists represented in this volume, but -- as R. Crumm seems to make clear in his introduction -- the drawings included are not exactly all that dirty. There are numerous examples of "good girl" art (all PG-13 stuff) and a couple of R-rated illustrations, but, if you're looking for prurience, you won't find it here. There's enough that's pleasing to the eye; just be sure to go into this volume with the right expectations. (For me, the most interesting part of the entire volume was Yoe's description of what happened to JOE PALOOKA creator Ham Fisher.)
Lots of entertainment here. "Dirty" drawings is perhaps a misnomer--mostly it's pinup material. OTOH, Joe Shuster (Superman) turns out to have an unexpected taste for S&M. Eisner and Caniff turned out some great material, as well as Ditko and the other Silver Age luminaries from Marvel.
This book is just what the title offers; a very nice collection of early 1900's era dirty cartoons from some of the worlds most famous cartoonists including surprises from creators like Charles Schulz (creator of Peanuts) and Jack Kirby (creator of the X-Men, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thor, etc.). As a self-proclaimed pervert I thoroughly enjoyed the drawings in this book, my only complaint, and thus the 4 out of 5 stars, is that each cartoonist features only a page at most of their work. While this allows the book to collect a prolific number of creators, I would have liked to see a full strip or story; I guess I'm just a sucker for a plot.
This book shows the sexy and racy side of many popular cartoonists. It has a nice selection of recent artists along with classic comic book artists. The bios are very detailed and give the reader an excellent background for each artist.
This book features "naughty" drawings by cartoonists who made their reputation working on clean comics. These drawings mostly aren't all that "dirty", but they were too racy for mainstream America at the time. Not many actually sex acts are depicted, but there are many drawings of naked or half-naked women. It's a lot of fun seeing the off-color side of these artists, not to mention that most of the artwork is great. If you're not a prude, you'll probably enjoy this book.
Interesting notes regarding many famous artists. Enjoyable enough, I suppose.
The title is, like many books, misleading. I expected a book not quite so "clean".