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    #31
    Originally posted by frik51 View Post
    But - there is a S/L Eyes of the Dragon.
    A gorgeous Philtrum Press edition.
    I think it was even my first S/L.

    sk
    That's a beautiful shot of the book!

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      #32
      Plucked from the internet....But you're right, it's an amazing shot from an amazing limited!

      sk

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        #33
        I did not know that and I was thinking of something much more unique, very illustrated, and a special case. A new book that looks very midevil....Just dreaming!

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          #34
          Originally posted by frik51 View Post
          I think I'd go for a The Mist limited.
          Just the novella.
          At one time Frank Darabont was working on it.
          But that was years ago...
          Anyone know what happened?

          sk
          Definitely one of the better films to have come from a King story - but what else would you expect from Darabont - the man seems to turn everything he touches to gold as far as supernatural/horror work goes.
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            #35
            Originally posted by frik51 View Post
            But - there is a S/L Eyes of the Dragon.
            A gorgeous Philtrum Press edition.
            I think it was even my first S/L.

            sk

            I still wouldn't mind this redone with a ton of illustrations. Don't burn me to bad.......
            Looking for the fonting of youth.

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              #36
              I thought Philtrum did an excellent job on the Signed/Limited edition of EYES OF THE DRAGON, including the interior production.





              Example of the artwork inside the book. I wish I had saved a larger version so we could see the detail.



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                #37
                Originally posted by Patrick View Post
                I thought Philtrum did an excellent job on the Signed/Limited edition of EYES OF THE DRAGON, including the interior production.
                It's not one I own, but I love that edition. It's a beautiful, well-made book.

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                  #38
                  I think it's one of the most beautiful book productions I've ever seen.
                  It's absolutely gorgeous!

                  sk

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                    #39
                    The Long Walk. My favorite "Bachman" book.

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                      #40
                      I would say that "Lisey's Story" would be a definite first choice for me. After seeing the cover artwork of "boo-ya moon" I wished the entire book was illustrated. Some of the artwork could be very graphic (Like when Scot's father cuts his sons)

                      My second choice would be "Duma Key" I saw the picture of the ship painting in "Knowing Darkness" and thought it was beautiful. And hey, the book is about painting and drawing, so I think it would make a lot of sense to have a S/L limited with lots of artwork.

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                        #41
                        'Salem's Lot signed would be the ultimate

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                          #42
                          Originally posted by StephenKingFan1 View Post
                          'Salem's Lot signed would be the ultimate
                          There you go: my own copy too, yet:





                          sk

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                            #43
                            Would it be greedy to say the entire "Dark Tower" Series?
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                            Chase the ghost, give in
                            Take the road less traveled by
                            Leave the city of fools
                            Turn every poet loose" ~ Nightwish - 7 Days To The Wolves ~

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                              #44
                              Originally posted by Midworld Jess View Post
                              Would it be greedy to say the entire "Dark Tower" Series?
                              Ahh but those already exist, published by Donal M. Grant Publications.
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                                #45
                                The Mist would be a really cool double but I liked the Darknell double better. I think doing one of the short story colelctions in a multiple volume double would be pretty cool.

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