Craig Yoe needs your help!

He’s designed four ghoulish covers, and needs YOU to help choose the final cover!  That’s right!  You get to be his editor!

PR and rules below!


Yoe Books/IDW is having comics fans choose which cover they’re going to use for the about-to-be-printed book, “Bob Powell’s Terror”, which reprints the cult favorite’s 1950s most terrifying horror comics! To vote go to the Yoe Books Facebook page . Everyone that votes for one of the four gruesome ghouls to adorn the cover will be entered unto a contest to win one of three copies of the book autographed by Eisner winner, Craig Yoe who edited and designed the book. Voting ends Friday September 2nd at midnight and the winning cover and the winners of the book will be announced Monday, September 5th on the Yoe Books Facebook fan page.

Bob Powell was a master 1950s horror cartoonist delineating some of the most imaginative and incredibly drawn comics in the horror comic book genre. His terrifying ghouls were as gruesome as his tantalizing girls were gorgeous! The introduction details Powell”s comics career with extensive and revealing quotes from a recently discovered manuscript about his work penned by Powell himself. The front matter is profusely illustrated with rare ephemera and flawless reproductions of Powell”s original art including unpublished treats! Bob Powell”s Terror prints a coffin full of Powell’s best horror comics stories as chosen by his most ravenous fans. The stories are carefully scanned and reproduced from vintage comics, many of them quite rare and expensive – if you could find them! This beautifully designed, 148-page, library-quality, full-color hardback book is Volume 2 in The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics series. The first volume, still available, was Dick Briefer”s Frankenstein, published last Halloween to great acclaim.


  1. the fans speak! i’ve been surprised by the cover choice that’s, so far, ahead. but more astonished by one cover that i was at one point strongly considering having as the finished cover that hasn’t got even ONE vote. guess that shows you how much i know!

  2. I like them all but my favorite by far is the one with the skeleton looking at the girl through the glass! I think the Misfits used this image on one of their (vinyl) album covers.