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Publisher: n.p.,, [Jim & Ruth Keegan], 2007.
Edition: [First edition].
Thirty-five page color & black & white booklet featuring the husband and wife team of the Keegans - Jim & Ruth who've been publishing the illustrated life of Robert E. Howard or "The Adventures of Two-Gun Bob" as he was nicknamed by H.P. Lovecraft. There are other paintings and drawings as well. Fine work by artists who've read and care about the work!An edition limited to 1,000 copies. Although not called for this copy is SIGNED by both on the cover "Jim & Ruth! 07." View more info
Publisher: Pasadena, Calif.,, Ward Ritchie Press,, 1978.
Edition: First Edition.
There was both a trade edition softcover and a limited hardcover edition of 200 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AND INTRODUCTIONEER, RAY BRADBURY. Now there IS additionally a SPECIAL LETTERED EDITION of only TWENTY-SIX copies that went to the author, Paul Skeeters, introductioneer, Ray Bradbury, and friends of theirs. THIS IS ONE OF THE LETTERED COPIES - LETTER 'W.' As new copy, issued w/o d.j. View more info
Publisher: New York:, Thames & Hudson,, 1980.
Edition: First Edition.
Nicely illustrated throughout tribute to the artist most closely associated with Lord Dunsany; 96 pages including Index and biographical commentary. Well done indeed. View more info
By: FABIAN, Stephen
Drawing measures 14 x 11, framed out to 24 x 18. A large piece with a very desireable subject, from - the Golden Age of Fabian! The ONLY illustration Stephen Fabian ever did for J.R.R. Tolkien's work. Houghton Mifflin was issuing a new edition and sought examples from a number of artists - including Frank Frazetta! This is the scene - Bilbo in Smaug's lair - that Fabian illustrated. Tolkien himself objected and wanted to do the illustration himself. The Fabian was la... View more info
Publisher: Westland, MI, Land of Enchantment, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Berni Wrightson's salute to Stephen King's—CYCLE OF THE WEREWOLF—with 12 color and 12 black and white illustrations. The folio contains a two-page piece by Stephen King that does not appear in THE WEREWOLF book,an essay entitled: "Berni Wrightson: An Appreciation—"As a writer, I value exactness of image—Berni's work has this. I love that sense of kinectic energy, the illustion of forward motion—Berni's work has this as well. Most of all, I value imaginative f... View more info
By: VALLA, Victor.
The original painting by Vic Valla for the 1969 Balantine paperback edition of TALES OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS. The painting measures 9.5 x 12.5, handsomely framed out to 19.5 x 23. The painting —actually 2 paintings in one with a border and center inlay, depict looking through a portal into a different world with Hieronymous Bosch like depictions of HPL's trans-world beings. Slight separation between inner and outer inlay. Not large but ntricately detailed. View more info