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  • CyberGhostface
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    The ticket was in the box separate from the book.

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  • mulleins
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    Congratulations on the "Golden Ticket". That's a collectible in itself. Was the ticket in the box or sealed inside the book and slipcase?


    Ralph A Mulleins
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    Authors Page- https://tinyurl.com/3wr4tcsd

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  • Martin
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    Congratulations!

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  • Ben Staad
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    Those are all fantastic. Congrats on the golden ticket. That is awesome!

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  • CyberGhostface
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    This is Suntup's artist edition of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.







    In addition to the book, my package also had a 'Golden Ticket'. Twenty-five of these tickets were inserted randomly into the books with different prizes accompanying them. I was able to redeem mine for a $100 gift card. Needless to say finding the ticket in my box was pretty exciting and I'm grateful to Paul for the prize.



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  • CyberGhostface
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    Volume Two:









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  • CyberGhostface
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    I recently acquired the two volumes of 'The Secretary of Dreams' from Cemetery Dance. These were two books that I always had my eye on but the prices on the secondhand market were too steep for me. Fortunately The Collector (skcollector.com) recently had them on sale for a reduced price.

    For those who don't know they're Stephen King anthologies that present his stories as either comics or illustrated prose with art by Glenn Chadbourne.

    Volume One:









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  • CyberGhostface
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    This is SST's limited edition of 'My Heart is a Chainsaw' by Stephen Graham Jones. I have mixed feelings about the book; the narrative is a bit of a slog but I found the main character (a teenage girl who is obsessed with slasher films) to be endearing.



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  • Ben Staad
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    That is cool. No idea their was a DVD. Congrats on this one.

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  • CyberGhostface
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    This is PS Publishing's limited edition of '20th Century Ghosts' by Joe Hill.

    I really lucked out with this one. It was being sold on eBay for $300. I put it on my watchlist to keep an eye on it and a few days later the seller offered it to me for $150. Needless to say I grabbed it. (I've occasionally received offers before but nothing like that.)









    Also included is an an envelope with art cards and a bonus DVD.











    The DVD includes two short films based off Joe Hill's work, 'Pop Art' and 'Abraham's Boys'. 'Abraham's Boys' was co-written by a pre-Stranger Things Matt Duffer. Here's a look at the DVD menu and two screenshots of the films themselves. ('Pop Art' is available to purchase on Google Play but I haven't been able to find 'Abraham's Boys' at any retailer.)





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  • Sock Monkey
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    That VHS is pretty cool. I hadn’t heard of this particular trend. I remember when the trend was to release DVDs in cases to resemble the old VHS cases/slips.

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  • CyberGhostface
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    These aren't books but they're related to two authors I collect.

    First is a new Pennywise Funko Pop. It has neon colors that glow under a black light.



    Second is a VHS copy of The Woman. The Woman is an adaptation of Jack Ketchum's novel that I've featured here a few times. It's become a trend lately to rerelease new horror films in VHS as collector's items. I normally don't collect them but as a Ketchum fan I got this one. It also has notes from the producer and the director (Andrew van den Houten and Lucky McKee respectively).



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  • Sock Monkey
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    Ok, so that’s a great looking set of books. Wow. Congrats on getting the matching numbers. There’s something so satisfying when the pieces fall together and you compete a set.

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  • CyberGhostface
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    On a related note, I did a swap with someone on the Suntup Facebook group and I was able to get matching numbers for the trilogy. I've been a fan of Dr. Lecter since I was young so this is a big deal for me.







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  • CyberGhostface
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    Suntup's numbered edition of Hannibal by Thomas Harris came in. I'm a big fan of the series and I'm very happy with what Suntup did with them.











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