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  • Brian861
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    Awesome photos, Martin! Congrats!

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  • Martin
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    More Sleeping Beauties:

    The interior design is very creative and original. The art from Jana Heidersdorf is stunning and really conveys the story well.

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    I could take many more pictures but will leave at that.

    This may also be the largest book I have. At some point I will get some photos of this one next some others for a representation of the shear size.

    Great Job Cemetery Dance!

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  • Martin
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    More Sleeping Beauties:

    I believe the case and book are made from the same materials used The Vampyricon Trilogy from Lonely Road Books. The material looks fantastic and has in incredible feel to it.
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  • Martin
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    A few photos of Sleeping Beauties:

    The pictures aren't the best but no photos could do this book justice.
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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
    Nice. My copy of AT HOME IN THE DARK is on its way to me as we speak...looking forward to it.
    I have not read it yet but it is a nice book.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Nice additions!

    I'm probably going to stop getting the Full Bleed volumes after the next one. I've already bought 4 bundled with the slipcase so once I get that I'll probably bow out. I have yet to read more than a few sections of each and there isn't all that much that interests me throughout the rest. I find myself thumbing through and re-shelving. And they're not particularly valuable. So the appeal is pretty low for me.
    I told my self that after two. Although I have come nowhere close to reading a whole edition I find enough content I enjoy to get value. I expect to stick with it. I am also looking forward to seeing how they structure the slipcase for the four editions.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    Very cool adds, Martin!
    Thanks!

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  • RonClinton
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    Nice. My copy of AT HOME IN THE DARK is on its way to me as we speak...looking forward to it.

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  • jeffingoff
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    Nice additions!

    I'm probably going to stop getting the Full Bleed volumes after the next one. I've already bought 4 bundled with the slipcase so once I get that I'll probably bow out. I have yet to read more than a few sections of each and there isn't all that much that interests me throughout the rest. I find myself thumbing through and re-shelving. And they're not particularly valuable. So the appeal is pretty low for me.

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  • Brian861
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    Very cool adds, Martin!

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  • Martin
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    Full Bleed Volume 3 The Comics and Culture Quarterly:
    This is the third edition of this magazine and I keep questioning if I will continue buying them. I have only ready sections of each issue. Truth be told, I really love this publication and always get more than my moneys worth. I will probably stick with this thing as long as they make them.
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  • Martin
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    At Home in the Dark Edited by Lawrence Bloch:
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  • Martin
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    Howard Stern Comes Again:
    This book contains the transcript of Mr. Sterns favorite interviews with his thoughts on each interview. I will probably read this one in sections. I have read the introduction so far and enjoyed it.
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  • Martin
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    Richard Chizmar's Thoe Long Way Home:
    This is a strong collection.
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  • Martin
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    A few recent additions.

    Staring with the signed 1st Cari Mora.

    A couple of comments regarding the edition were that it was a real nice book for a trade edition and that the font makes it like a large print book. I agree that it is a notch above a standard trade edition are the end papers. Beyond the end paper art it just feels like a trade edition to me. The font is definitely on the larger end. The actual story is a quick read and they may have wanted to get the page count up. I was fortunate enough to get the Owl Remarque.
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    Last edited by Martin; 06-02-2019, 09:11 PM.

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