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  • joejets
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    And apparently the Poe volume will follow the Hex artist ed shortly!

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  • sholloman81
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    Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post

    Me too! That's the last Suntup book I was waiting on. I may be tempted by one or two of the upcoming titles.
    Yeah, with their next quarter being all horror releases, I'm very afraid for my wallet.

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  • Dave1442397
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    Originally posted by sholloman81 View Post
    Just got my shipping notice for HEX!!!
    Me too! That's the last Suntup book I was waiting on. I may be tempted by one or two of the upcoming titles.

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  • sholloman81
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    Just got my shipping notice for HEX!!!

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by Splync View Post

    Was Lonely Road's Legion ever more than just a rumor?

    ┬ Very excited to see what Suntup does with that one. I don't have their version of The Exorcist anymore, but I'd be fine without a matching set.
    I believe Brian confirmed that it was going to be done at one point. I’m not sure how far along in the process it made it though, or if it is still going to happen.

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  • Splync
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post

    Good guesses. If Legion comes to pass, I'll be a little bummed that I didn't pick up Suntup's The Exorcist. I've been holding out for Lonely Roads's version of Legion, but I think that might have gone the way of the Dodo. Maybe I'll see if I can swing a relatively decent price for Exorcist on the aftermarket. I'd be very, very tempted for Psycho. I've never read the book, but it's be on my radar for a long time to do so. This might break my trend of holding off buying Suntup editions. The Amityville Horror is an easy pass. Besides the nostalgia factor and its influence on pop culture, I found the book (and the movie) to be rather overrated. In fact, I actually find the book to be not that good at all.
    Was Lonely Road's Legion ever more than just a rumor?

     Very excited to see what Suntup does with that one. I don't have their version of The Exorcist anymore, but I'd be fine without a matching set.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by JeremyM View Post
    My guesses:

    Legion, William Peter Blatty
    Amityville Horror, Jay Anson
    Psycho, Robert Bloch
    Good guesses. If Legion comes to pass, I'll be a little bummed that I didn't pick up Suntup's The Exorcist. I've been holding out for Lonely Roads's version of Legion, but I think that might have gone the way of the Dodo. Maybe I'll see if I can swing a relatively decent price for Exorcist on the aftermarket. I'd be very, very tempted for Psycho. I've never read the book, but it's be on my radar for a long time to do so. This might break my trend of holding off buying Suntup editions. The Amityville Horror is an easy pass. Besides the nostalgia factor and its influence on pop culture, I found the book (and the movie) to be rather overrated. In fact, I actually find the book to be not that good at all.

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  • brlesh
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    Originally posted by JeremyM View Post
    My guesses:

    Legion, William Peter Blatty
    Amityville Horror, Jay Anson
    Psycho, Robert Bloch
    Interesting choices (if they pan out).

    Two classics and the Amityville Horror, though I do recall liking AH when I read it, though it’s got to be pushing 40 years.

    B

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  • sholloman81
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    Just received my AGE for Hannibal Rising. Looks phenomenal. Really enjoy how the artwork fits together with these volumes and am very happy to finally have my Suntup AGE Lecter set complete!

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by JeremyM View Post
    My guesses:

    Legion, William Peter Blatty
    Amityville Horror, Jay Anson
    Psycho, Robert Bloch
    Very solid guesses, ones that fit the descriptions perfectly. I can’t think of anything more apt.

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  • Dave1442397
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    Amityville is the only one I'm sure of. I still have my old paperback copy up in the attic.

    That movie was playing nonstop on HBO when I first visited the US in the summer of '85.
    I was sleeping in the basement with my cousin, who worked a late shift. Every night he'd come home and fall asleep with the TV on, and I'd wake up up to either spooky Amityville music or Born in the USA, if he had left it on MTV.

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  • JeremyM
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    My guesses:

    Legion, William Peter Blatty
    Amityville Horror, Jay Anson
    Psycho, Robert Bloch

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  • sholloman81
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    Excited to hear that next quarter's books will all be horror. Can't wait to see what guesses start being made!

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  • Splync
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I'm kinda surprised that "The Tell-Tale Heart" sold out. It looked interesting until I saw that (a) it was softcover and (b) that it was $125. I know that the materials used are top notch, but, man, I cannot see myself dropping that much money on short story.
    I succumbed to FOMO...

    ​​​​​

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by sholloman81 View Post

    Yeah, I got to be honest, this one is selling way better than I would have guessed. Only 300 copies left at this point. I also find it a bit mind blowing that the short story and photograph both sold out, especially at those prices. Much like yourself, I can't imagine ever spending that much money for a softcover chapbook of a short story. Of course, in all fairness, I've never been high on chapbooks or softcovers. Just too hard to keep in good condition and almost impossible to easily display.
    Yes, the ability to keep them in good condition and inability to properly display directly plays into my thought process for chapbooks as well. The offering would have been more enticing if it had been a hardcover of the short story.

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