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  1. EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS THE DESCRIPTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GROSSET & DUNLAP REPRINTS
    $70.00

    First Edition of the complete and detailed bibliography of the forty-seven Burroughs titles published by Grosset and Dunlap between 1918 and 1973, and their countless printings and reprints. But countless no more! With over 600 book covers and over 400 dust jacket entries, this book provides the ERB collector and fan with all the information necessary to identify the many printings/variants issued by the most prolific hardcover publisher of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ works ever. 28-page color section plus reproductions throughout.

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  2. THE WITCHES DVD
    $24.95

    In the mid-sixties, famed producer Dino De Laurentiis brought together the talents of five celebrated Italian directors for an anthology film. Their brief was simple: to direct an episode in which beautiful actress Silvana Mangano (Bitter Rice, Ludwig) plays a witch. Franco Rosso (The Woman in the Painting) concocts a story of revenge in "The Sicilian's Wife," while Vittorio De Sica (Shoeshine) casts Clint Eastwood as Mangano's estranged husband in "An Evening Like the Others." Astunning homage to Italian comic books. Learn More
  3. WHO KILLED HUNTER S THOMPSON
    $39.95

    An inquiry into the life and death of the master of ”gonzo” -- Hunter Thompson — with candid memories and appreciations by many of his closest friends and co-conspirators. Thompson's compatriots, observe and comment on the journalistic legend's life and death. Contains: transcripts of his rants and idiosyncratic phone messages, The Gonzo Master's Midnight Faxes, The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved, and a humongous introduction (a book in itself!) by Warren Hinckle III. Comic strips by cartoonist Crabman, co-starring the Air Pirates' own Dan O'Neill.

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  4. GIRL GANGS, BIKER BOYS AND REAL COOL CATS

    Regular Price: $29.95

    Sale Price $26.95

    The rise of postwar youth culture--including delinquents, bad girls and drugs--was depicted in mass-market pulp fiction--specifically, paperback cover art. New styles in music, fashion, and culture were shadowed in cover designs, hyping and exploiting kid's behavior, dress, and language for mass consumption and cheap thrills. Featuring 400 full-color covers, a mix of both artwork and photos, many never before reprinted, along with 70 in-depth author interviews, illustrated biographies, and previously unpublished articles. Some nudity, adult text. Learn More
  5. FRANKENSTEIN The First Two Hundred Years
    $39.95

    This book, celebrating the 200th birthday of Frankenstein, traces the journey of Shelley’s Frankenstein from limited-edition literature into the bloodstream of contemporary culture. With text by renowned Gothic scholar Sir Christopher Frayling, it includes new research on the novel’s origins; a facsimile reprint of the earliest-known manuscript version of the creation scene; visual material on adaptations for the stage, in magazines, on playbills, in prints and in books of the 19th century; visual essays and stills on many of the film versions and their inspirations in the history of art; and Frankenstein in popular culture―on posters, advertisements, packaging, in comics and graphic novels. Learn More
  6. ART OF TIKI
    $40.00

    A passionate study of the Tiki idol as an art form and pop culture. For the first time, contemporary and 1970s Tiki art is presented equally with what inspired it, beginning in the mid-1950s. The current revival was led by artists including Mark Ryden, Ken Ruzic, Mary Fleener, Mookie Sato and Shag--their post-2000s work and much more is covered. Author Sven Kirsten offers first-hand experiences in exploring the birth of Tiki style with intimate knowledge of the Tiki Revival, painting a vivid, visually arresting portrait of a unique genre. Learn More
  7. MARILYN IN WORDS AND PICTURES
    $17.99

    Marilyn Monroe always felt like she lived her life on the outside. She was never really accepted by Hollywood, she never found what she was looking for in a man. Since her death, there have been countless conspiracy theories which have overshadowed her talent as an actress. Marilyn looks at this cultural icon’s life and history as she went from "poor little orphan girl" to a worldwide celebrity. This is the story of how Norma Jeane became Marilyn Monroe, complete with early portraits, pictures with celebrities and her husbands, and film shots. Learn More
  8. BATMAN METAL DIE CAST BAT SIGNAL with Book
    $39.95

    A fun Batman collectible to display, and it actually works too. A high-quality die-cast metal Bat-Signal--projects up to 20 feet! Special features include 5-inch tall authentically detailed Bat-Signal replica, metal construction, LED light-up function, up to 20-feet projection in darkness, 360-degree rotatable base, bonus 48-page 5x7 hardcover book on Batman and Bat-Signal lore, featuring full-color illustrations throughout. In a handsome full color display box. 3 AAA batteries not included. Learn More
  9. CUSTOM LETTERING OF THE 20S AND 30S

    Regular Price: $45.00

    Sale Price $39.95

    This unique publication collects over 4,500 examples of custom lettering from the heyday of Art Deco and the experimental modernity of the Futurists--from geometric fonts, elegant brush scripts, and heavy industrial serifs to hand-drawn eccentricities and outré display types. A cornerstone of any type-lover's library. Leslie Cabarga is the author of more than two dozen books on design, including Logo, Font & Lettering Bible. Includes some wonderful line-drawn chapter heads, movie promos, and more. Learn More
  10. FILM FATALES Women in Espionage Films and Television 1962-1973
    $29.95

    Profiled herein are 107 dazzling women, well-known and unknown, who had film and television appearances in the spy genre. They include superstars Doris Day in Caprice, Raquel Welch in Fathom, and Ann-Margret in Murderer's Row; international sex symbols Ursula Andress in Dr. No and Casino Royale, Elke Sommer in Deadlier Than the Male, and Senta Berger in The Spy with My Face; and forgotten lovelies Greta Chi in Fathom, Alizia Gur in From Russia with Love, and Maggie Thrett in Out of Sight. Well-illustrated. Learn More

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