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    Quote Originally Posted by firemonkey66 View Post
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    I picked:

    1) The Bosch series by Michael Connelly
    2) The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles
    3) Calvin & Hobbes by Bill Watterson (because I'd love to see what Suntup could do with that)
    I also nominated Calvin & Hobbes during a similar Suntup survey a while back. As far as comics go, I think Calvin & Hobbes would be much deserving of a Suntup homage. It's an awesomely written and beautifully illustrated comic that is beloved by millions, but also Bill Watterson and his whole approach to the series had a kind of 'classy feel' to it that I think would mesh well with the Suntup vibe (if anyone is interested, there's a good synopsis of it here: http://www.thelegalartist.com/blog/o...vin-and-hobbes). And if Bill Watterson put his signature to a Suntup signed limited edition of 'The Complete Calvin & Hobbes,' it would get a lot of attention, and be quite valuable. People pay handsomely for anything that Watterson put his signature on because there's so little of it out there.
    Watterson would never allow it let alone sign anything. The Complete Calvin & Hobbes was his final word.

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    Since we seem to sliding way off the road, I nominate Bloom County for Suntup treatment. One of my favorites of all time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadHatHarry View Post
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    I picked:

    1) The Bosch series by Michael Connelly
    2) The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles
    3) Calvin & Hobbes by Bill Watterson (because I'd love to see what Suntup could do with that)
    I also nominated Calvin & Hobbes during a similar Suntup survey a while back. As far as comics go, I think Calvin & Hobbes would be much deserving of a Suntup homage. It's an awesomely written and beautifully illustrated comic that is beloved by millions, but also Bill Watterson and his whole approach to the series had a kind of 'classy feel' to it that I think would mesh well with the Suntup vibe (if anyone is interested, there's a good synopsis of it here: http://www.thelegalartist.com/blog/o...vin-and-hobbes). And if Bill Watterson put his signature to a Suntup signed limited edition of 'The Complete Calvin & Hobbes,' it would get a lot of attention, and be quite valuable. People pay handsomely for anything that Watterson put his signature on because there's so little of it out there.
    Calvin and Hobbes is so much more than just a comic. The series was so far over and above everything else in its genre, it's incredible. It completely changed the comic world. It's like Breaking Bad (times a million) compared to a Lorenzo Lamas TV series.

    I do think Suntup Editions and Watterson would do well together, because it's about a love for the story and the work, not a money grab.
    Exactly! Well said, man. One of the things I like about Stephen King is how in his writing he expounds on the idea of childhood being a time when magic is actually real, and Calvin & Hobbes is like that idea come to life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Mears View Post
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    I picked:

    1) The Bosch series by Michael Connelly
    2) The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles
    3) Calvin & Hobbes by Bill Watterson (because I'd love to see what Suntup could do with that)
    I also nominated Calvin & Hobbes during a similar Suntup survey a while back. As far as comics go, I think Calvin & Hobbes would be much deserving of a Suntup homage. It's an awesomely written and beautifully illustrated comic that is beloved by millions, but also Bill Watterson and his whole approach to the series had a kind of 'classy feel' to it that I think would mesh well with the Suntup vibe (if anyone is interested, there's a good synopsis of it here: http://www.thelegalartist.com/blog/o...vin-and-hobbes). And if Bill Watterson put his signature to a Suntup signed limited edition of 'The Complete Calvin & Hobbes,' it would get a lot of attention, and be quite valuable. People pay handsomely for anything that Watterson put his signature on because there's so little of it out there.
    Watterson would never allow it let alone sign anything. The Complete Calvin & Hobbes was his final word.
    I don't know about that. Watterson wouldn't license something that alters Calvin & Hobbes, but a publication of his work as it stands? He has never said he wouldn't authorize or be a part of such a thing. He won't license a 'Calvin & Hobbes world' in Disney World or a Calvin & Hobbes movie because it would pervert his work, but a fine Suntup publication of Calvin & Hobbes as it already exists is a different story.
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    2) Fine Viking Eyes of the Dragon proof
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    In Memory of Running: Ron McClarty (I would love to see any love for this book)
    Einstein's Dreams: Alan Lightman (I think the illustrations for this would be killer)
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    Quote Originally Posted by firemonkey66 View Post
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    I picked:

    1) The Bosch series by Michael Connelly
    2) The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles
    3) Calvin & Hobbes by Bill Watterson (because I'd love to see what Suntup could do with that)
    I also nominated Calvin & Hobbes during a similar Suntup survey a while back. As far as comics go, I think Calvin & Hobbes would be much deserving of a Suntup homage. It's an awesomely written and beautifully illustrated comic that is beloved by millions, but also Bill Watterson and his whole approach to the series had a kind of 'classy feel' to it that I think would mesh well with the Suntup vibe (if anyone is interested, there's a good synopsis of it here: http://www.thelegalartist.com/blog/o...vin-and-hobbes). And if Bill Watterson put his signature to a Suntup signed limited edition of 'The Complete Calvin & Hobbes,' it would get a lot of attention, and be quite valuable. People pay handsomely for anything that Watterson put his signature on because there's so little of it out there.
    Watterson would never allow it let alone sign anything. The Complete Calvin & Hobbes was his final word.
    I don't know about that. Watterson wouldn't license something that alters Calvin & Hobbes, but a publication of his work as it stands? He has never said he wouldn't authorize or be a part of such a thing. He won't license a 'Calvin & Hobbes world' in Disney World or a Calvin & Hobbes movie because it would pervert his work, but a fine Suntup publication of Calvin & Hobbes as it already exists is a different story.
    Watterson's objection to licensing is (1) he viewed it as a money grab which corrupted the art because now the artist has to be concerned as to whether or not it will affect the licensing fees, and (2) it gave other people control over his work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
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    The survey was a lot of fun! I had a hard time choosing my books because I really only collect King but I picked:

    Black Mad Wheel- Josh Malerman

    Mister B. Gone- Clive Barker

    The Exorcist- William Peter Blatty

    Nothing earth shattering but I would step away from King mode for any of these.
    Happy to see some Malerman love. I have Black Mad Wheel but I haven't read it yet. I heard that someone is turning it into a movie.
    He's probably my favorite new(ish)writer. I absolutely loved On This the Day of the Pig. He just thinks out of the box and has some funky ideas which I find refreshing. And I think I saw that about a movie as well. I hope they do it justice because it could be creepy good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
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    The survey was a lot of fun! I had a hard time choosing my books because I really only collect King but I picked:

    Black Mad Wheel- Josh Malerman

    Mister B. Gone- Clive Barker

    The Exorcist- William Peter Blatty

    Nothing earth shattering but I would step away from King mode for any of these.
    Is black mad wheel good? I never read it


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    It's good if you like Malerman. It's probably not everyone's cup of tea but I enjoyed it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverly Marsh View Post
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    The survey was a lot of fun! I had a hard time choosing my books because I really only collect King but I picked:

    Black Mad Wheel- Josh Malerman

    Mister B. Gone- Clive Barker

    The Exorcist- William Peter Blatty

    Nothing earth shattering but I would step away from King mode for any of these.
    Happy to see some Malerman love. I have Black Mad Wheel but I haven't read it yet. I heard that someone is turning it into a movie.
    He's probably my favorite new(ish)writer. I absolutely loved On This the Day of the Pig. He just thinks out of the box and has some funky ideas which I find refreshing. And I think I saw that about a movie as well. I hope they do it justice because it could be creepy good!
    And Paul wouldn't even need him to sign. He could just draw a few squiggly lines
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
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    The survey was a lot of fun! I had a hard time choosing my books because I really only collect King but I picked:

    Black Mad Wheel- Josh Malerman

    Mister B. Gone- Clive Barker

    The Exorcist- William Peter Blatty

    Nothing earth shattering but I would step away from King mode for any of these.
    Happy to see some Malerman love. I have Black Mad Wheel but I haven't read it yet. I heard that someone is turning it into a movie.
    He's probably my favorite new(ish)writer. I absolutely loved On This the Day of the Pig. He just thinks out of the box and has some funky ideas which I find refreshing. And I think I saw that about a movie as well. I hope they do it justice because it could be creepy good!
    And Paul wouldn't even need him to sign. He could just draw a few squiggly lines
    so true!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverly Marsh View Post
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    The survey was a lot of fun! I had a hard time choosing my books because I really only collect King but I picked:

    Black Mad Wheel- Josh Malerman

    Mister B. Gone- Clive Barker

    The Exorcist- William Peter Blatty

    Nothing earth shattering but I would step away from King mode for any of these.
    Happy to see some Malerman love. I have Black Mad Wheel but I haven't read it yet. I heard that someone is turning it into a movie.
    He's probably my favorite new(ish)writer. I absolutely loved On This the Day of the Pig. He just thinks out of the box and has some funky ideas which I find refreshing. And I think I saw that about a movie as well. I hope they do it justice because it could be creepy good!
    I agree. OTTDOTP was my favorite of his. And his ideas are huge. There's so much to explore. It's his vast imagination that really makes his books special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverly Marsh View Post
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    The survey was a lot of fun! I had a hard time choosing my books because I really only collect King but I picked:

    Black Mad Wheel- Josh Malerman

    Mister B. Gone- Clive Barker

    The Exorcist- William Peter Blatty

    Nothing earth shattering but I would step away from King mode for any of these.
    Happy to see some Malerman love. I have Black Mad Wheel but I haven't read it yet. I heard that someone is turning it into a movie.
    He's probably my favorite new(ish)writer. I absolutely loved On This the Day of the Pig. He just thinks out of the box and has some funky ideas which I find refreshing. And I think I saw that about a movie as well. I hope they do it justice because it could be creepy good!
    And Paul wouldn't even need him to sign. He could just draw a few squiggly lines
    so true!
    Yeah, I forge checks from him all the time. His books buy themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firemonkey66 View Post
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    I don't know about that. Watterson wouldn't license something that alters Calvin & Hobbes, but a publication of his work as it stands? He has never said he wouldn't authorize or be a part of such a thing. He won't license a 'Calvin & Hobbes world' in Disney World or a Calvin & Hobbes movie because it would pervert his work, but a fine Suntup publication of Calvin & Hobbes as it already exists is a different story.
    I respectfully disagree. Watterson would likely consider it redundant (which it is) and there would be zero chance of him signing anything.

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    Odds aside, I would fully support a Suntup treatment of Calvin & Hobbes, Bloom County, and/or The Far Side.
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    Some great book suggestions in these lists. I ordered a couple. Song of Kali limited!

    Chocolate Factory would be such a great idea due to the possible creative avenues alone. Interesting.



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    I would like Suntup Editions productions of:
    Oryx and Crake,
    anything written by Kurt Vonnegut,
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
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    I picked:

    1. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl (please don't laugh at me)
    2. Jaws by Peter Benchley
    3. Hell House by Richard Matheson

    The end papers for Charlie will be lickable wall paper.

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    And also the Oz books, but I would want the original art.
    I considered putting The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier on the list. That's a chilling kids book. And not in a Harry Potter way.

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    Calvin and Hobbes will never happen, but a few other favorites that I read as a kid would be nice to have as S/L sets.

    The Dark is Rising Sequence by Susan Cooper
    Easton Press did a set with the first volume signed about 10 years ago and Folio has a nice illustrated set, but neither is a great limited edition.
    (Ignore the garbage movie from a few years back.)

    The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander
    Tim Burton's first job at Disney was as an animator on their version of The Black Cauldron, which is the second book of this series.
    "I fancy it's the limitation to a thousand copies that is the chief charm and value of an edition deluxe. I don't expect to read this edition deluxe myself, although you needn't tell that to anybody else. Frankly, you know, I don't suppose that anybody ever reads an edition deluxe. No one puts bric-a-brac to any very practical purpose. There's some human instinct which makes a man treasure what he is not to make any use of, because everybody does not possess it.

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    So many good books get such shitty adaptations

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    I tried to take a few things into account for my top 3 list. The ability to be popular enough to appeal to a large market played into it along with them also being some of my favorite books.

    A Handmaid's Tale

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    Watership Down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aronstg View Post
    I tried to take a few things into account for my top 3 list. The ability to be popular enough to appeal to a large market played into it along with them also being some of my favorite books.

    A Handmaid's Tale

    1984

    Watership Down
    Damn, those are good.

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    1984 was on my mental list
    I think something from Kurt Vonnegut would be cool (Maybe Breakfast of Champions or Slaughterhouse 5)
    I don't have a third to choose from
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    I think we have had enough suggestions in this thread. I'll let it continue for 300 to 400 more posts...




















































    JK, maybe 30 or 40 more please.

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    Jaws by Peter Benchley

    Monkey Planet by Pierre Boulle - otherwise knows as Planet of the Apes
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    Wow. Chocolate War. That is a book I totally forgot about.

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