TITLE: Harvey Horrors Collected Works: Chamber of Chills [Vol 2]
A full colour collection of May-October 1952 issues 8-13
PUBLICATION DATE: April 2012
EDITION: Traycased Hardcover
Black coloured leather pasted onto 3 mm greyboard c/w gold foil block on front & spine - each to hold one book.
Certificate/Signing Sheet A limited edition print of Mr Monster by Michael T. Gilbert signed by Michael T. Gilbert
PRINT RUN: 26 traycased lettered deluxe editions... ...if you really want the best!
FOREWORD: by Michael T. Gilbert
Tales of terror and suspense from this pre-code 1950’s classic title!
Harvey Horrors originally published 26 issues of the Chamber Of Chills in the 1950’s. Now for the first time they have been collected together in this exclusive 4 volume set.
Featuring a special introduction from Michael T. Gilbert and illustration of Mr. Monster by Michael T. Gilbert and profiles of some of the genre’s leading artists, such as Al Avison, Lee Elias, Bob Powell and Vic Donahue, plus examples of their original artwork.
And if you really want to treat yourself — which you should do, of course —then take a look at our lettered (that means there’s just 26 copies, alphabet-aficionados) super-deluxe traycased edition, signed by Michael T. Gilbert and featuring a unique print
of Mr. Monster courtesy of (and signed by) Michael produced on high quality art stock and, once again, with just 26 copies offered for sale.
The case itself is leather-bound with gold blocking to the front and the spine. Man, it’s absolutely goresome! And all those folks ordering lettered copies of the first volume in the series will have first refusal on subsequent volumes.
Please do note that interest in this edition — and in the slipcased version (though, with 300 copies to go at, it’s not quite as urgent) — has been high and it could be that one or possibly both editions will be sold out when or even before the books arrive from the printer. So if you’re interested then get in touch with us as soon as possible.
Get on board now for the thrill-ride of your life.
Hey, the funny pages were never like this, right?
Buckle up cos here we go . . .