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  1. DOMINO LADY THE COMPLETE COLLECTION DLX SLIPCASED
    $200.00

    From Indiana Jones to The Shadow, he's visualized more classic fictional icons than any other American artist and now he's added another, in a spectacular volume which incorporates four favorite Steranko themes: pulp fiction, noir mystery, art deco, and beautiful women. A new painted cover showcasing equal parts danger, intrigue, and sex appeal. Each adventure pits the sultry femme fatale against vicious gangsters and secret societies, all of which are captured by evocative Steranko double-page title illustrations. And as a Special Bonus, he has also authored a new thriller that reveals the sin-tillating secrets of the Domino Lady's lethal origin for the first time ever! She's the quintessential '30s pulp vixen, a masked manhunter in a noir deco world, right out of a Warner Bros, thriller in a handsome format. Learn More
  2. THE ULTIMATE TRIUMPH The Heroic Fantasy World of Robert E. Howard Hardcover
    $75.00

    This volume is packed with b&w illustrations by Frank Frazetta. A wonderful production, contents include: Beyond the Black River; House of Arabu; Spears of Clontarf; Lord of Samarcand; Night of the Wolf; Spear and Fang; Valley of the Worm; Poetry ---A Word from the Outer Dark; Song of the Naked Lands; An Echo from the Iron Harp; Viking's Trail; Song of the Last Briton; ---APPENDICES: Barbarism vs Civilization (letters to Lovecraft); Chronology; Waiting for the Barbarians; The Power of Passion; Notes on the original Howard text. Learn More
  3. FANTAZIUS MALLARE
    $375.00

    True first, the numbered edition. There was a second edition with no numbering and a pictorial cover, this has just the two-line title on the jacket, and a small gold vignette on the cover itself. #1723 of 2025 books printed. Untrimmed edges. Red endpapers. Ten pen and ink drawings (and a few page illustrations throughout) by Wallace Smith, each full page illustration protected by tissue page. Wild artwork, some plates strangely erotic, nudity. All the plates are probably online, they are quite famous. A suppressed book - with a history. Learn More
  4. THE COMIC BOOK KILLER
    $60.00

    Thirty-five rare comic books, valued at a quarter of a million dollars of rare comic books (including the first appearance of Superman, Batman, Marvel Mystery Comics No 1.), have been stolen. Insurance claim adjuster Hobart Lindsey at first can only laugh, but that is before he finds that he must follow a dangerous path from the backstabbing and dangerous world of big-time comic book collectors to the kinky streets of Berkeley to the holographic wonders of a computer millionaire. Learn More
  5. THE COMIC BOOK KILLER
    $60.00

    Thirty-five rare comic books, valued at a quarter of a million dollars of rare comic books (including the first appearance of Superman, Batman, Marvel Mystery Comics No 1.), have been stolen. Insurance claim adjuster Hobart Lindsey at first can only laugh, but that is before he finds that he must follow a dangerous path from the backstabbing and dangerous world of big-time comic book collectors to the kinky streets of Berkeley to the holographic wonders of a computer millionaire. Learn More
  6. QUEENS WALK IN THE DUSK
    $95.00

    Thomas Burnett Swann wrote primarily about the ancient Greek and Roman world, blending myth with romance and adventure. A reviewer in the Village Voice sums his work up well: "Swann's neo-romantic fantasies of the past are unique. He uses the stuff of myth but with twists and inventions of his own." Swann's last published novel, Queens Walk in the Dusk, is a retelling of the romance of Dido and Aeneas, illustrated by Jeff Jones. It is a companion volume to Green Phoenix.

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  7. A FIGHTING MAN OF MARS
    $175.00

    This is the tale of Tan Hadron of Hastor, a poor Barsoomian padwar in love with the beautiful, haughty Sanoma Tora, daughter of Tor Hatan, a minor but rich noble. Since he is only a low ranking officer, she spurns him. But when she is kidnapped the real adventures begin. Note: Front dust jacket flap mounted to back page of the book. Inside cover and first page are inscribed from a previous owner. Learn More
  8. THE MONSTER MEN
    $65.00

    Professor Maxon sailed with his daughter for a long ocean voyage, which he hoped would aid him in rapid recuperation, and permit him to forget the nightmare memory of those three horrible days and nights in his workshop. He believed that he had reached an unalterable decision never again to meddle with the mighty, awe inspiring secrets of creation; but with returning health and balance he found himself viewing his recent triumph with feelings of renewed hope and anticipation. Learn More
  9. THE RETURN OF CONAN
    $225.00

    Octavo, jacket art by Wallace Wood, red boards lettered in black. Seventh and last Gnome Press Conan. Novel based on Howard's Conan stories written by Nyberg with the collaboration of de Camp. Learn More
  10. THE SHIP THAT SAILED TO MARS
    $75.00

    A reprint in reduced facsimile of The Ship That Sailed to Mars (1923), Timlin describes in detail the fitting up of a spaceship and its trip to Mars. But Timlin's astonishingly evocative illustrations to the text, for which the original quarto edition of the book is now heavily collected, strongly underline the surreal nature of the tale. Learn More

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