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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Very nice and it makes even the most expensive book look cheap lol!!
    A VERY good point indeed!

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    Nice ride!
    Thanks! It's coming in handy this week for sure! Still trying to figure out all the bells and whistles - and boy are there lots of bells and whistles!

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    SWEET wheels!

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    Thanks Jeff!

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    Last 24 hours have been slightly expensive for book buying:

    CD 50% Off Sale:
    Muse
    The Girl on the Porch
    Knight of the Word

    Dark Regions:
    Rosemary’s Baby Artist Edition (Suntup)
    —Took advantage of the Gold Coin promotion to get a 50% Off coupon and gift card.

    Subterranean (through Camelot)
    The Chalk Man (everyone’s praise on the forum for Tudor pushed me over the edge)
    In the Shadow of Spindrift House

    Now I’m very seriously considering the following:
    Upgrading to the limited of Rosemary’s Baby
    Or picking up the Artist Editions of Misery and Horns
    Anybody want to push me in one direction or the other? Are Subtup’s Artist Editions that nice to quench the thirst? The limited editions SO much better that I’ll never look back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    Last 24 hours have been slightly expensive for book buying:

    CD 50% Off Sale:
    Muse
    The Girl on the Porch
    Knight of the Word

    Dark Regions:
    Rosemary’s Baby Artist Edition (Suntup)
    —Took advantage of the Gold Coin promotion to get a 50% Off coupon and gift card.

    Subterranean (through Camelot)
    The Chalk Man (everyone’s praise on the forum for Tudor pushed me over the edge)
    In the Shadow of Spindrift House

    Now I’m very seriously considering the following:
    Upgrading to the limited of Rosemary’s Baby
    Or picking up the Artist Editions of Misery and Horns
    Anybody want to push me in one direction or the other? Are Subtup’s Artist Editions that nice to quench the thirst? The limited editions SO much better that I’ll never look back?
    Scored some great bargains there, Keith!

    I'd say you need all of them as far as Suntup goes. I have the AGE of Misery and it's a very nice, big book. I have both editions of Horns and Rosemary's Baby ordered so we'll have to see once they start rolling in. I was very impressed with the limited of The Haunting of Hill House.

    I so have this feeling that Tudor is going to become very popular although I can't tell you why. I have yet to read (listen) to any of her stuff. Yet, I have the Sub Press edition ordered as well and the UK edition of her latest book ordered.

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    Nice haul. I almost pulled the trigger on a few of these. Muse is interesting to me and the coupon is still active.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    Last 24 hours have been slightly expensive for book buying:

    CD 50% Off Sale:
    Muse
    The Girl on the Porch
    Knight of the Word

    Dark Regions:
    Rosemary’s Baby Artist Edition (Suntup)
    —Took advantage of the Gold Coin promotion to get a 50% Off coupon and gift card.

    Subterranean (through Camelot)
    The Chalk Man (everyone’s praise on the forum for Tudor pushed me over the edge)
    In the Shadow of Spindrift House

    Now I’m very seriously considering the following:
    Upgrading to the limited of Rosemary’s Baby
    Or picking up the Artist Editions of Misery and Horns
    Anybody want to push me in one direction or the other? Are Subtup’s Artist Editions that nice to quench the thirst? The limited editions SO much better that I’ll never look back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    Nice haul. I almost pulled the trigger on a few of these. Muse is interesting to me and the coupon is still active.
    The CD coupon is still active? What's the code? Cap
    Books are weapons in the war of ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c marvel View Post
    The CD coupon is still active? What's the code? Cap
    I think it was the SNOW50 coupon but I thought it was only valid for one day.

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    I think it ended up being active for 2 days, but yea it should be disabled now.
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    A few new arrivals over the last couple of weeks:

    * WEIRD FICTION REVIEW 9, tpb, Centipede Press

    * RAIN DOGS, Gary McMahon, signed/#d HC, Humdrumming

    * BEARDLESS WARRIORS / BROTHERS IN ARMS, Richard Matheson, signed/#d 2-vol. HC set, Gauntlet Press

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    Got it today. Very nice book.
    IAL1 - Copy.jpgIAL2 - Copy.jpgIAL3 - Copy.jpg
    Last edited by mhatchett; 02-25-2019 at 09:31 PM.

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    A couple of more shots
    Attachment 21302IAL 5 - Copy.jpg
    Last edited by mhatchett; 02-25-2019 at 09:58 PM.

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    Very nice, Mike...especially impressive is that two-page b&w spread. I don't have room on my shelves for multiple editions of the same book, but otherwise I'd be all over this one.

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    Thanks Ron. I actually picked this up because it did fill a hole in my collection. I have the 1st edition Gold Medal paperbcak but I didn't have a hardback, so it seemed like a perfect chose. It is a very nice book, good artwork and Joe Hill's intro rounds it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    A few new arrivals over the last couple of weeks:

    * WEIRD FICTION REVIEW 9, tpb, Centipede Press

    * RAIN DOGS, Gary McMahon, signed/#d HC, Humdrumming

    * BEARDLESS WARRIORS / BROTHERS IN ARMS, Richard Matheson, signed/#d 2-vol. HC set, Gauntlet Press
    I just read Rain Dogs-Great book! Cap
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    Quote Originally Posted by c marvel View Post
    I just read Rain Dogs-Great book! Cap
    Good to hear...it’s one I’ve wanted to own and read for years.

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    Congrats on I Am Legend, Mike. I purchased it as a part of my Hill collection.

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    Thanks Brian!

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    The Folio Society edition of Something Wicked This Way Comes arrived yesterday. A few comments. I wish the overall color was more Pumpkiny, if that makes sense. The yellow is almost acid. I know we’ve had a discussion about the value of introductions in the past, but I’ve come to enjoy and appreciate a good introduction, I think it can add some perspective to the book. Now I’m not familiar with comic stylings of Mr. Frank Skinner. I’m sure he’s very good or dating somebody’s wife on the editorial staff, no, I kid, I kid, but his intro missed the mark for me. Which is sad because I think a book of this stature deserves a bang up intro. Finally, why does Mr. Dark look like the GD Joker?? I don’t get it. Now it may sound like I don’t like this book, but I do, just not all of it lol! I think it was a good buy and a nice addition to my collection, it’s just not my favorite edition. Worth the money for sure.SW 1.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    The Folio Society edition of Something Wicked This Way Comes arrived yesterday. A few comments. I wish the overall color was more Pumpkiny, if that makes sense. The yellow is almost acid. I know we’ve had a discussion about the value of introductions in the past, but I’ve come to enjoy and appreciate a good introduction, I think it can add some perspective to the book. Now I’m not familiar with comic stylings of Mr. Frank Skinner. I’m sure he’s very good or dating somebody’s wife on the editorial staff, no, I kid, I kid, but his intro missed the mark for me. Which is sad because I think a book of this stature deserves a bang up intro. Finally, why does Mr. Dark look like the GD Joker?? I don’t get it.
    All good points.

    (Edited to remove the rest of my earlier post...upon reflection, I feel like I was a bit too critical of the design features of the book and like I was dumping on someone else’s nice acquisition, even if I was just agreeing and expanding upon the points, which wasn’t my intent at all.)
    Last edited by RonClinton; 03-03-2019 at 09:29 PM.

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