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    Favorite Old CD Titles

    Hi guys, I'm brainstorming a bit of a project, and I'd like to know everyone's favorite older CD title. I'm gonna say Pre-2005 (yes this date is completely arbitrary). Post your titles and let me know. Thanks!
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    #2
    The two that immediately come to mind are The Traveling Vampire Show and October Dreams.

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      #3
      I'm gonna cheat and also mention two: Garton's "Live Girls" & Lansdale's "Writer of the Purple Rage".

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        #4
        More than one is fine. Just need to know some "Fan Favorites" so to speak.
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          #5
          A few others:
          The Christmas Thingy
          The Halloween Mouse
          Camp Stalag

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            #6
            And since the data is arbitrary I will add a 2006 release, The Looking Glass.

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              #7
              For sure October Dreams and The Dwyer Trilogy. Ed Gorman, what a Guy!

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                #8
                Originally posted by Martin View Post
                And since the data is arbitrary I will add a 2006 release, The Looking Glass.
                Way to go getting that Hill title in there, Martin!

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
                  Way to go getting that Hill title in there, Martin!
                  It was actually my first title with Mr. Hill's signature. I loved the round robin nature of the story.
                  Last edited by Martin; 11-26-2019, 03:17 AM.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by mhatchett View Post
                    For sure October Dreams and The Dwyer Trilogy. Ed Gorman, what a Guy!
                    Have not read The Dwyer Trilogy but I loved The Poker Club!

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                      #11
                      For me my 2 favorite older titles are Taverns of the Dead anthology and Prodigal Blues by Gary A. Braunbeck. And going back even further I would pick 411 by Ray Garton and Purity by Douglas Clegg. Both of those are from the Novella series and were my introduction to both Authors.

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                        #12
                        I can tell you what would be my favorite CD titles, but I unfortunately never purchased them at the time (I only have one, after the year you mention): the Grave Tales comic books. Will they ever be made available on Comixology?

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by JJ123 View Post
                          I can tell you what would be my favorite CD titles, but I unfortunately never purchased them at the time (I only have one, after the year you mention): the Grave Tales comic books. Will they ever be made available on Comixology?
                          Probably not. We don't really have proper distribution to put them out on a platform like Comixology.
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                            #14
                            I jumped on the CD train in 2011. So I missed out on the early goodness. Though my faves that go furthest back in the CD publishing history that I own are IT (duh!) DINNER WITH THE CANNIBAL SISTERS, and KIN.

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                              #15
                              Dan, are you asking boom design/production-wise or story itself?

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