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    Quote Originally Posted by Tito_Villa View Post
    These are Cemetery Dance magazine S/L's #51, 52 ,53 & 54 ... if anyone could help me by identifying all of the signatures that would be a great help!
    Now don't quote me on this, as I am mostly just guessing at these sigs but here's my best shot.

    Issue#51 (left to right, top to bottom)
    Michael Marano
    Scott Nicholson
    Not Sure (See bottom of post B)
    John Skipp
    Not Sure (See bottom of post A)
    Richard Chizmar
    Cody Goodfellow (Not sure though, first letter looks like a C and Cody is the only one whose name starts with a C in this issue)
    Keith Minnion
    Robert Morish

    And I'm not sure about the bottom left in red ink.


    Issue#52 (left to right, top to bottom)
    Not Sure (See bottom of post B)
    Middle (See bottom of post A)
    Michael Marano
    Left 2nd row (not sure)
    Robert Morish (not sure)
    Left Row 3 and 4 (not sure)
    Tom Piccirilli (under Robert Morish)
    Left in Green (not sure)
    Richard Chizmar
    Hank Wagner
    Keith Minnion


    Issue#53 (left to right, top to bottom)
    Hunter Goatley
    Middle (See bottom of post A)
    Robert Morish
    Not Sure (Possibly Adam-Troy Castro)
    Matthew Warner
    Tom Piccirilli
    Gene O'Neill
    Not Sure (See bottom of post B)
    Richard Chizmar

    Issue#54 (Left to right, top to bottom)
    Not Sure (See bottom of post B)
    Not Sure (See bottom of post A)
    Steve Gilberts
    Kealan Patrick Burke
    Chad Savage
    Will Renfro
    Keith Minnion
    Not Sure
    Richard Chizmar
    Robert Morish

    There are two signatures that are on every sig sheet that I am not sure who's they are. The one's I marked with the letter A may belong to Thomas F. Monteleone. As far as B goes I have no idea, but I have a feeling it's either Bev Vincent or Paul Guran as along with Thomas F. Monteleone they are the only one's who signatures I don't know that are in all 4 issues.

    Remember these are pretty much guesses from process of elimination from the TOC, plus some I recognized.
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    Also what might help is if you have the CD 50 hardcover, or if someone does. As our website has a list of who signed that one, then you can compare and eliminate.
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    Thanks Dan, unfortunately i don't have #50 but thats a great help!

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    'Brides Of The Impaler' by Edward Lee

    Signature Page


    Novella Series
    #16 'Retribution, INC.' by Geoff Cooper

    Signature Page

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    #19 'Invisible Fences' by Norman Prentiss, S/L & signed proof

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    #20 'Catching Hell' by Greg F. Gifune, S/L & proof

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    #21 'The Corpse King' by Tim Curran, S/L & proof

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    Signature series, I am missing numbers 2 & 7 if anyone has a spare copy to sell?

    #1 'Looking Glass' issustrated by Alex McVey with contributions by Ray Garton, Tom Piccirilli, Brian Keene, Gary A. Braunbeck, Tim Lebbon, Al Sarrantonio, Bev Vincent, Thomas F. Monteleone, Joe Hill, John Skipp, Dominick Cancilla, Kealan Patrick Burke & Robert Morrish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Hocker View Post
    There are two signatures that are on every sig sheet that I am not sure who's they are. The one's I marked with the letter A may belong to Thomas F. Monteleone. As far as B goes I have no idea, but I have a feeling it's either Bev Vincent or Paul Guran as along with Thomas F. Monteleone they are the only one's who signatures I don't know that are in all 4 issues.

    Remember these are pretty much guesses from process of elimination from the TOC, plus some I recognized.
    The one's marked with the letter "B" are Bev Vincent. Hurray for recognizing signatures in your other books.
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    #3 'The Baby' by Al Sarrantonio with illustrations by Kieth Minnion

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    #4 'Butterfly' by Simon Clark with illustrations by Steve Gilberts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Hocker View Post
    The one's marked with the letter "B" are Bev Vincent. Hurray for recognizing signatures in your other books.
    Haha thanks, i would have made a note of them but unfortunately i had to buy them of e-bay

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    #5 'The Forum' by James Newman with illustrations by Jill Bauman

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    #6 'The Turtle Boy' by Kealan Patrick Burke with illustrations by Alan M. Clark

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    #8 'The Miniaturist' by Jay Bonansinga with illustrations by Vinnie Chong

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    As always, great stuff!

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    For sure!

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    Do you have a favorite book in your collection? (and I don't mean what book do you like best story wise, just what book do you like best publication wise, as in this is the coolest edition I have because...).

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    Quote Originally Posted by peteOcha View Post
    Do you have a favorite book in your collection? (and I don't mean what book do you like best story wise, just what book do you like best publication wise, as in this is the coolest edition I have because...).
    OMG thats a tough choice that i will have to think of for a little while

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    I whitled them down to a top 7 and then if i really had to choose one it would be my 1st edition 'The Gunslinger', with the book being signed by Michael Whelan, also the book & dustjacket in mint condition then housed in a custom wooden traycase.



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    But you were mean making me choose between that and its contenders - Night Shift US 1st in Limited Edition wooden case, Signed 1st US 'The Stand' & wooden slipcase, UK Carrie 1st, 'Duma Key' signed, remarqued and in a slipcase, '20th Century Ghosts' Slipcased S/L with remarque & finally a mint signed 'The Fog'

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    Sorry.

    That Gunslinger in the wooden case is so awesome though... /drool

    Post your Joe Hill stuff! Or have you done that already?

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    Nope not yet, just waiting for a few books back from Vinnie Chong and then i will post when i have them all at hand

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