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    I had to skip "The Shining" special edition and passed on the PS editions of "Carrie" and "Pet Sematary" so I'm very excited for this project. Wish they could do versions signed by King, but I'll take Gift Editions.
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    SO EXCITED! ORDERED! Debating on cancelling the PS publishing one now but since I have Pet Sem and Christine I don't think I will. VERY VERY EXCITED FOR THE STAND!!! OMG! I REALLY hope it is the original text. Not because I prefer it but because I have never been able to find a version to read! altho, I won't want to actually read these. AGHHHH So excited. I can't wait for summer to see this. Deluxe oversized editions are THE BEST!!!! I still pull down my IT 25th and look through it once in a while. OOOOOHHH What about Art Portfolio's like IT...Can we get those too? Sorry I am too excited....I'll shut up and go back to work now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryE View Post
    I had to skip "The Shining" special edition and passed on the PS editions of "Carrie" and "Pet Sematary" so I'm very excited for this project. Wish they could do versions signed by King, but I'll take Gift Editions.
    Looks like you made the right decision, now you can get them all nice and uniform (though I must say Sub. Press' The Shining is amazing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsaenz24 View Post
    Who wants to buy my PS edition???
    Brad, I was thinking the same thing The CD editions will, I'm sure, be a lot nicer than the PS editions. That probably won't stop me buying the PS editions too, though.

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    Looks like the Lettered Edition is now sold out.

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    Ordered the gift edition, with CDCC 10% off and $40 gift certifacate from book club its a really affordable deal.
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    The Lettered Edition sold out in 47 minutes. I know it isn't signed by SK, but I think the collectors who took a chance on it will be very pleased when the see the final production values. It'll be a beautiful edition. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theli View Post
    It's not a mandatory ordering after the first. Just wait for the ones you want and skip the rest if you so choose.
    Yeah, I overreacted in my previous post, I just expected something signed by King.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teriw View Post
    I REALLY hope it is the original text. Not because I prefer it but because I have never been able to find a version to read!
    Teri, you can find the 1980 paperback of The Stand easily enough - http://www.alibris.com/search/books/...959?matches=37

    I've read the original more times than i can remember, and still prefer it to the uncut version.

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    Congrats CD, really happy for you. I have to wonder, can we see the Viking years too? Haha

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    I already have the unsigned limited edition of Carrie on pre-order from PS Publishing, so there was no point in jumping on this announcement.
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    How about the Putnam books? I think there's only a couple, right? Skeleton Crew and Tommyknockers? I know a lot of people don't like Tommyknockers but I enjoyed it. SC already has an awesome limited edition but that shouldn't deter them from making another in this series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Dogz_AK47 View Post
    I already have the unsigned limited edition of Carrie on pre-order from PS Publishing, so there was no point in jumping on this announcement.
    Our edition will be fairly different in terms of production values and some of the special features, but I understand that take on things.

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    What was the other web site you had to coordinate with to make this announcement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyofcrack View Post
    What was the other web site you had to coordinate with to make this announcement?
    Stephen King's website.
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    Hey Brian and Dan, as someone who is bouncing back and forth between gift and artist edition. Any details on differences outside of signature sheet, limitation, and traycase?

    Ie: is the dust jacket or physical book the same besides the binding?

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    It says that there will be a different dust jacket for the Artist Edition.

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    Oh crap I missed that. Well great.. because I like the one above which is the gift right? Did you go for it Joe? Those artist traycases might look sick on the shelf.

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    I went for the artist edition...what the hell. I'm glad I held off on ordering the new Robert McCammon book, because I'll gladly skip it and get Carrie instead.

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    Will the future editions in this 6 book set be priced the same as Carrie? I would probably jump on Night Shift and quite possibly Salem's Lot, but they are quite a lot bigger than Carrie so they might cost more?
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