Innovative Comics Historian Showcases Yoe Books

Syracuse, N.Y. (May 8, 2017):  Syracuse’s Salt City Comic-Con is excited to welcome Craig Yoe, and Yoe Books, to the growing guest list.

The Eisner-Award winning archivist has been called “The Indiana Jones of comics historians” by Vice Magazine. His Yoe Books, an imprint of IDW Publishing, specializes in exposing a new generation to comics’ history in all genres –horror, super heroes, funny animals, satire and more.

“The stupendous staff and the splendiferous spirit of the Salt City Comic-Con have me totally psyched to come –I can’t wait to be there to share news about Yoe Books and my love for comics,” Yoe said.

Syracuse’s Salt City Comic-Con, celebrating its fourth year, moves to the Oncenter’s War Memorial building in downtown Syracuse on June 24th and 25th.  This pop-culture convention focuses on comics, toys, games, cosplay and collectibles.  Pre-sale tickets are available online.

“I’m get so excited by the incredible variety of Yoe Books and titles like Super Weird Heroes, Behaving Madly (focusing on Mad Magazine imitators), Zombie Tales and Popeye,” said Geek Marketing Strategist Ed Catto.

Additional information on schedules, guests, tickets and cosplay can be found at www.SyracuseComicCon.com.

Syracuse’s Salt City Comic-Con

Salt City Comic-Con celebrates Geek Culture in Syracuse, the Finger Lakes and all of Central New York. This growing convention, designed for both hardcore collectors and everyday pop-culture fans, stuffs myriad marvels into two action-packed days. Sponsorship and other inquiries can be directed to: SaltCityComicCon@gmail.com

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Innovative Comics Historian Showcases Yoe Books Syracuse, N.Y. (May 8, 2017):  Syracuse’s Salt City Comic-Con is excited to welcome Craig Yoe, and Yoe Books, to the growing guest list. The Eisner-Award winning archivist has been called “The Indiana Jones of comics historians” by Vice Magazine. His Yoe Books, an imprint of IDW...