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    Of course there will be one, they even release dvd's of monkeys throwing crap
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    The Passage was pretty good. I wonder if it did good enough to get a 2nd season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ur2ndbiggestfan View Post
    I haven't watched it. I can't stand watching broadcast shows with the logos and crap on the screen and all the commercials, so I will have to wait for the DVD (if there is one).
    Agree with ya there. Love the skip feature on my Tivo.
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    Today the beautiful mail lady brought me three packages, a FATES WORTH THAN DEATH proof and two more King red library editions:

    I'm sure if there is intelligent life somewhere out there in the universe, they are wise enough to stay away from us.

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    Wrong Address on the Fates one, was supposed to come to me
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    It was not too much, easily affordable if you really want one.
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    Nice adds, Steve!
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    Thanks guys.

    Today me and my dog hopped into my car and went to the movies. Well, I did, I left the dog in the house. I saw something about burying your troubles in an old Indian Holy Ground and then realizing what an idiot you are. Since there were only 2 people in the whole auditorium, including me, I guess we know who the real idiots are.

    Hell, boy, I sure hope the remake I'm planning on seeing tomorrow is better than the one I saw today.

    Afterwards, I tooled over to Barny's Noble Book Store, to buy that Game of Thrones 4" Iron Throne, but I made the mistake of looking around at the vinyl section and spent a hundred bucks instead of just $20 ($25 with a 20% off coupon). Notice I stuck a US 1st King paperback in there too.

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    Great stuff.. What is that Twin Peaks vinyl?? Looks very cool...

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    Quote Originally Posted by peripheral View Post
    Great stuff.. What is that Twin Peaks vinyl?? Looks very cool...
    Thanks.
    MUSIC FROM THE LIMITED EVENT SERIES
    20 tracks from Bang Bang Bar performances and more, including NIN, Chhromatics, ZZ Top, Julie Cruise, etc.
    Two discs
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    Got this 4 pound book from The Easton Press today.
    I will probably never unwrap it.

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    Congratulations Steve. Love The Beatles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Library Policeman View Post
    Congratulations Steve. Love The Beatles.
    Me too!

    Got my lettered THE TWELVE today and a Mr. Mercedes pin and holographic card, which doesn't show up too well on the photo:



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    Love it
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    I love the additions! Congrats!
    WANTED:

    Dust jacket for The Shining SNL.

    Dust jacket for 25th Anniversary edition of IT, signed, numbered, tray-cased copy.

    Dust jacket for 25th Anniversary edition of IT, Gift copy.

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    Nice add, Steve!
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    You finally received Justin Cronin's lettered ed of "The Twelve", Seriously?
    I guess late is better than never.
    All kidding aside, congratulations !!


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    NICE !!!

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    Thanks everyone, appreciate the comments.
    And, yes, THE TWELVE was a long wait, but worth it. Only THE CITY OF MIRRORS to go now!

    Got a bunch of THE BEARDLESS WARRIORS/BROTHERS IN ARMS from Gauntlet today. I lost track of what I ordered, but it looks like I got a boxed trade set, a boxed numbered set, two trade copies and a lettered set. Works for me. The lettered case has a metal clasp, oh boy!
    Also got the PRESENTATION COPY of KINGDOM OF FEAR from Michaël today. He only charged me $12,000 plus $632 for postage. What a great guy!







    I'm sure if there is intelligent life somewhere out there in the universe, they are wise enough to stay away from us.

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    Great grabs! I always like to see your updates

    I debated on and off about The Beardless Warriors and Brothers In Arms. I like Matheson but he has so much stuff and I'm hesitant to go too deep into that rabbit hole. I have the lettered Duel from Gauntlet, which is remarkably still available (I love the traycase), and the oddity The Chapbooks of Richard Matheson, and that's about it.

    The metal clasp on the traycase is a nice touch. Gauntlet does some neat ones.
    Please help me find:
    The Citadel of the Autarch, #100
    from Centipede Press

    The other books in the series miss it

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
    Great grabs! I always like to see your updates

    I debated on and off about The Beardless Warriors and Brothers In Arms. I like Matheson but he has so much stuff and I'm hesitant to go too deep into that rabbit hole. I have the lettered Duel from Gauntlet, which is remarkably still available (I love the traycase), and the oddity The Chapbooks of Richard Matheson, and that's about it.

    The metal clasp on the traycase is a nice touch. Gauntlet does some neat ones.
    My Matheson books fill 9 normal bookcase shelves (approx. 2 and a half feet wide each) and I probably have over 90% of his output, so it's not impossible. I'm not counting the paperbacks in this though. My King books, on the other hand, fill more than 48 shelves of that width, so, in conclusion, Matheson is easier, and cheaper, to collect! Many of the Matheson lettereds are easily available. He is not as popular as King.
    I'm sure if there is intelligent life somewhere out there in the universe, they are wise enough to stay away from us.

    And the people bowed and prayed, to the cell phone god they made...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ur2ndbiggestfan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
    Great grabs! I always like to see your updates

    I debated on and off about The Beardless Warriors and Brothers In Arms. I like Matheson but he has so much stuff and I'm hesitant to go too deep into that rabbit hole. I have the lettered Duel from Gauntlet, which is remarkably still available (I love the traycase), and the oddity The Chapbooks of Richard Matheson, and that's about it.

    The metal clasp on the traycase is a nice touch. Gauntlet does some neat ones.
    My Matheson books fill 9 normal bookcase shelves (approx. 2 and a half feet wide each) and I probably have over 90% of his output, so it's not impossible. I'm not counting the paperbacks in this though. My King books, on the other hand, fill more than 48 shelves of that width, so, in conclusion, Matheson is easier, and cheaper, to collect! Many of the Matheson lettereds are easily available. He is not as popular as King.
    Good to know! Maybe it's just because Gauntlet has so much of his stuff all the time that it seems overwhelming...

    9 bookcases is no joke, though! And 48 bookcases is why I'm scared to dip my toes further into the King collecting world than I already have
    Please help me find:
    The Citadel of the Autarch, #100
    from Centipede Press

    The other books in the series miss it

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    Nice adds, Steve!
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