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Gorgeously illustrated tales by contemporary and classic artists.

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  1. STEPHEN KING'S CYCLE OF THE WEREWOLF
    $18.00

    Terror began in January by the light of the full moon... Twelve color plates and twelve b&w double-page plates offer the perfect collaboration between Berni Wrightson and horror master Stephen King! Twelve chapters, twelve months, carry you from the first scream that came from the snowbound railwayman who felt the werewolf’s fangs ripping at his throat. The next month there was a scream of ecstatic agony from the woman attacked in her cozy bedroom. And we have ten more months to go! Learn More
  2. NORDIC TALES Folktales from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Denmark

    Regular Price: $22.95

    Sale Price $20.95

    Trolls haunt the snowy forests, and terrifying monsters roam the open sea. A young woman journeys to the end of the world, and a boy proves he knows no fear. 16 traditional tales transport you to the enchanting world of Nordic folklore. Translated in the 19th century, and presented here unabridged, the stories are magical, hilarious, cozy...and chilling. They offer a fascinating view into Nordic culture. Ulla Thynell's glowing full color, contemporary illustrations accompany each tale, conjuring dragons, princesses, and the northern lights. Learn More
  3. THE FAIRY TALES OF OSCAR WILDE Illuminated Editions
    $100.00

    A fine press, slipcased hardcover edition lavishly illustrated in color by Yuko Shimizu (DC Comics' The Unwritten). Oscar Wilde wrote these fairy tales between 1888-1891. This volume includes all five stories from The Happy Prince, and the four published in House of Pomegranates. The deluxe slipcase is die-cut, foil blocked, and debossed to create a three dimensional impression of Yuko's beautiful linework, matching the other Beehive editions. From 2009 and 2015 Shimizu created over 70 covers for the DC Comic Series The Unwritten, for which she received a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators. Learn More
  4. THE BIG BOOK OF FABLES

    Regular Price: $40.00

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    A magnificent treasury of popular fables profusely illustrated by Charles Robinson, one of the most talented artists of his day. Black-and-white line art appears on nearly every page of this hardcover volume, in addition to 28 plates of full- and two-color images. Decorative initials and borders, hand lettering, silhouettes, and other ornaments embellish renderings of more than 140 fables, some expressed in simple, direct language and others rendered in charming verse. Includes such familiar tales as "The Fox and the Grapes," "A City Mouse and a Country Mouse," and "The Dog in a Manger," as well as lesser-known stories. Learn More
  5. SHIPS AND MEN The Complete Epic
    $100.00

    Running for three years in the pages of the prestigious Blue Book Magazine, author H. Bedford-Jones crafted the most ambitious work of his career: a massive, 34-part saga of seafaring adventure, told chronologically throughout the annals of naval warfare, involving a number of significant figures in world history. Never before collected, this 200,000-word epic includes nearly 200 interior illustrations by artists such as Alex Raymond, John Richard Flanagan, and Leyland R. Gustavson. Learn More
  6. OPERATOR #5 The Complete Purple Wars Two Volume Set
    $150.00

    The “War and Peace of the Pulps” is finally collected in a two-volume deluxe, hardcover edition. Running in the pages of Operator #5 magazine from 1936–38, this 14-part epic chronicled the invasion and conquering of America by a mysterious foe from Europe: The Purple Empire. As Will Murray describes in this edition’s Introduction: “Battles rage from coast to coast. The exploits of Operator 5 shift from espionage and counterespionage to straight military adventure. Through it all, Jimmy Christopher rises to become the de facto leader of the resistance. Learn More
  7. ENGLISH FAIRY TALES AND LEGENDS
    $12.95

    A handsomely illustrated collection of 15 classic English tales, from “The Dragon Castle” to “Robin Hood and the Golden Arrow,” retold by storyteller Rosalind Kerven, who has written over 60 books as a folklorist. With 15 legends from across England, an excellent introduction to traditional stories and their place in English oral and written heritage. Tales of giants, dragons, fairies, princesses, knights, witches, and Arthurian romance, all linked with a specific English locale or county. Full color plates as well as b&w drawings from vintage illustrated editions. New cover by Alice Pattullo. Learn More
  8. ARTHURIAN LEGENDS
    $12.95

    Seven classic Arthurian legends, accompanied by beautiful vintage illustrations by Rackham, Eleanor Fortesque Brickdale, Elizabeth Shippen Green, Water Crane and others with notes on their background. Drawing on the original medieval texts, retold by a master storyteller, Rosalind Kerven, some of the most spellbinding stories in the Arthurian canon with Queen Guinevere, wizard Merlin, and the Knights of the Round Table. Romance, adventure, and enchantment, nicely illustrated in b&w but mostly in color, with vintage artwork. Learn More
  9. FAERIES, ELVES AND GOBLINS The Old Stories
    $12.95

    Storyteller Rosalind Kerven brings British and Irish folklore heritage vividly to life through 25 tales of faery royalty, mischievous goblins, helpful house elves, changelings, and enchantment. Handsomely illustrated with full page, full color plates, mostly by Arthur Rackham but also some other classic artists. Leprechauns, brownies, spriggans, and other supernatural beings appear in these short, delightful stories. Also fascinating quotes drawn from medieval manuscripts and oral folklore, and 43 pages of detailed notes. Learn More
  10. ALADDIN AND THE WONDERFUL LAMP

    Regular Price: $19.95

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    A feckless boy is lured by a wicked magician into a trap but the scheme backfires — the boy, Aladdin, is left with a magical lamp and a genie who showers him with riches. Aladdin's wealth makes him an attractive suitor for the sultan's daughter, but when the evil sorcerer returns to kidnap the bride, the young hero must rescue his princess or die trying. This beautiful version adapted by Laurence Housman features eight full-color images by Edmund Dulac, one of the era's most popular illustrators. Learn More

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