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    Neat, Siep!

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    Wow, thats an awesome edition of NOS4A2! Totally missed that!

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    Wow the lettered NOS4A2 looks gorgeous! Didn't even know they had a lettered version.

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    I didn't know there was a lettered NOS4A2 either, but it sure is awesome! Nice adds!

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    The lettered was offered in an email from Subterranean. There were some complaints because they allowed you to ordered two and it sold out very quick. I passed on it and have heard rumor that some people were able to order the book directly from IDW but never saw i offered from them. My limited copy is scheduled to be delivered tomorrow.

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    Received my numbered edition yesterday. For those who were not able to get the lettered, don't worry. The two editions are very, very similar. Actually, the books are the same, without of course the remarque, a slipcase instead of a tray, and that's it.
    I had hoped the lettered would have had a different binding, leather for instance, which would justify the much higher price. Of course I'm very happy I got both editions, but still....

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    Even though I love Hill's work and have it all (save for Locke and Key), I passed on this one. I had the Sub Press S/L of NOS4A2, and am not a fan of graphic novels, so couldn't justify the add'l expense of a graphic novel of a book I already have a limited of.

    That said, that's a striking production, and has me (lightly) reconsidering my decision. If anyone can take a few interior shots -- not endpapers, etc., but the actual pages -- I'd sure appreciate it...would like to see what the production values and art are like inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    Even though I love Hill's work and have it all (save for Locke and Key), I passed on this one. I had the Sub Press S/L of NOS4A2, and am not a fan of graphic novels, so couldn't justify the add'l expense of a graphic novel of a book I already have a limited of.

    That said, that's a striking production, and has me (lightly) reconsidering my decision. If anyone can take a few interior shots -- not endpapers, etc., but the actual pages -- I'd sure appreciate it...would like to see what the production values and art are like inside.
    If you check out page 23 of my collection I took a few shots of the art inside. The production values on this edition is tremendous, worth every penny.

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    I picked this up from Jerad over at Centipede Press. The Rolling Stones: Men of Wealth and Taste. The Book is huge 12 X 15 traycased. The photos, insane, a real celebration of a time long gone, yet maybe not....Another bang up project lovingly realized by the folks over at centipede.
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    And a couple of more
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    The book really moved me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    And a couple of more
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    The book really moved me.
    Fantastic edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theli View Post
    If you check out page 23 of my collection I took a few shots of the art inside. The production values on this edition is tremendous, worth every penny.
    Great, thanks for the tip...had a look, and it sure does look like a great production.

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    Some very nice adds. I would like to get a copy of that new NOS4A2, but there's so many other things I'd like to get before it. So many books to buy, so little time. That Stones book looks amazing. Looks like an absolute must for a fan.

    My latest arrival just came yesterday courtesy Camelot Books. A new addition to my Nate Southard collection.





















    My second limited edition from Sinister Grin Press. I just realized I didn't get around to taking pictures of my first, Adrift by KR Griffiths. Much like that book, this one is pretty straightforward. Just solid production values all around. Nice leather binding, attractive end papers and very limited print run. Not the most elaborate edition, but still worth the money -- especially if you're a fan of the author.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    And a couple of more The book really moved me.
    Although not a fan of the band; awesome photo work there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    And a couple of more
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    The book really moved me.
    Awesome!!! I almost bought that picture!!! SFAE http://www.sfae.com/

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    That's an amazing pic, and I'm sure another outstanding Centipede production. It looks like they went well above and beyond.
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    Arrived today with plenty of extras. I finally read this a couple of years ago and am thrilled PS issued this 10th anniversary edition:

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    Got mine in the other day from CD's snow sale. The slipcases are total crap for the unsigned but I like the quality of the books. Hopefully, Andrew, your slipcase is of must better quality.

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    Little something to show off my CD Pride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    Got mine in the other day from CD's snow sale. The slipcases are total crap for the unsigned but I like the quality of the books. Hopefully, Andrew, your slipcase is of must better quality.

    Joe Hill 20th Century Ghosts Both DJs 10th Year 1.jpgJoe Hill 20th Century Ghosts Both DJs 10th Year 8.jpg
    Ghosts Slipcase.jpg
    Actually got my limited yesterday from PS and it is the nicest slipcase I have seen from PS, surpassing even the Skeleton Crew case. Actually overall the nicest production values I have seen from PS. I do have some damage to the dust jacket but am hoping they have some extras, email sent to Nicky.

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