New, Interesting and in Short Supply!
Only one copy left of AMERICAN PSYCHO by Bret Easton Ellis (Signed limited hardcover). This edition sold out from the publisher pre-publication!
American Psycho remains one of the most notorious horror novels ever published. Originally slated for publication by Simon and Schuster, the hardcover edition was cancelled and the novel was published in trade paperback by Vintage. The novel met immediately with attacks and condemnation, but was simultaneously praised by some of the brightest literary lights.
This edition features a fine new introduction by John Langan and a lengthy interview with Bret Easton Ellis. This is the first American hardcover edition of this novel ever published.
Each numbered copy is signed by Bret Easton Ellis, John Langan and Ben Baldwin. The signed edition is limited to 200 copies.
Limited to 200 copies, each signed by Bret Easton Ellis, John Langan, and Ben Baldwin.
Introduction by John Langan.
Full color dustjacket.
A lengthy bonus interview with Bret Easton Ellis.
Head and tail bands, ribbon marker, black Brillianta cloth with image inlay on front board.
EC Portfolio Three Weird Fantasy (Russ Cochran, 1973). This EC Portfolio Three reprints the EC stories: “With All the Trappings,” “50 Girls 50,” “Mars is Heaven,” “Ace,” and “Spawn of Venus.” Art by Graham Ingels, Al Williamson, Wally Wood, John Severin, and Al Feldstein. The portfolio measures 11.25″ x 16.5″, and is printed in black and white with color covers. Beautiful production values. This portfolio is in excellent condition.
Book/Portfolio is in near fine condition.
[New York: Tom Collins, 1975. Octavo, printed wrappers, sewn. First edition. Limited to 526 copies of which 500 numbered copies were for sale. Satirical poem first printed under the pseudonym Theobaldus Senectissimus in THE GALLOMO for Tuesday, 29 November 1921. Afterword by Tom Collins. Printed for Tom Collins by Ronald Gordon at The Oliphant Press, New York, in 1975. A fine copy
One of only 500 copies this is hand numbered #19
Some very rare and tough to find first printing Stephen King short stories were published in mens magazines and for that reason these can only be sold to customers who are 18 years or older. I still have more of these to list and will be doing so over the next couple of weeks. If you have anything you’re looking for please don’t hesitate to call or write.
Cavalier March 1974 (Vol 24, #5)
STEPHEN KING – Sometimes They Come Back
First appearance of this Stephen King story.
8 x 11 inch.
“Sometimes They Come Back” – 10+ page original short story by STEPHEN KING;
includes full page painting illustration by JEFF JONES;
(Reprinted 4 years later in Night Shift);
“Have American Women Had It?” by Wilmon Menard.
“Solo” by Anthony Schiano.
“Corn Silk” by T.M. Ferguson.
“Circus Daze” by Ken Walker.
“Casey” by Bruce Miller.
“Bode Erotica” by Vaughn Bode.
“Instant Vacation Housing” by Ken Isaacs.
“The Iron Man of the Skin Flicks” by Edward Sigall.
Binding is tight and solid and in near fine condition.
Stephen King Gent Magazine December 1977 – ” The Cat from Hell “
First printing of this rare Stephen King story.
Magazine is in near fine condition and looks to have not even been read
First appearance of “The Raft” by Stephen King. The booklet is attached, as originally issued by magazine.
Magazine has some very light scuffing to front top of cover and has a one inch separation at bottom of spine to first staple else fine. More photos can be sent upon request. Booklet with Stephen King story within the magazine is in perfect unread condition.