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Talk about a good monday! Photos later. Anyone else get theirs or am I the last of the bunch? I think I ordered the jacketed hardcover. Congratulations, Kenny! Gotta love receiving something you forgot you ordered, it's like a little taste of Christmas or your birthday.

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Won't be signed, won't have a DJ, and won't have the limited ed endpapers though. But I can still see why people are upset. Just got my copy of the Joe Hill Gunpowder signed limited 28!

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Looks great Congrats, Pasiuk! I'm out of the loop on that one. EDIT: Found these announcements on the publisher's website. Our hardcover edition will be limited to only numbered and 26 lettered copies, with a whole bunch of extras, and will not be reprinted to fill further demand. Look for a more complete announcement soon, with ordering info. The first printing of the trade edition will be limited to only copies.

The slipcased one is 54 and the jacketed hardcover non-slipcase is ! I'm jealous. I couldn't afford it : Guess I will just get the trade and have Joe sign it for me. I would think that would be even more valuable! Received my JH Gunpowder yesterday. Like Kenny, i had forgotten I even ordered one. Woo Hoo!

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I received my trade hardcover last week. I'll be reviewing it for Dead Reckonings 5. I guess Bill got itchy and decided to make some more money now, and issuing the first arc as a trade. That's going to be a lot more expensive if they do the books per arc rather than doing say 20 issues at a time. For Joe Hill's completists? This is a particularly cool issue, since it has an Alan Moore interview, a preview of the upcoming League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and a long piece about Lost writers Brian Vaughan and Damon Lindelof.

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Karen - I am so jealous you get to see him all the time! I gave a friend of mine a copy of 20th century ghosts Wonder where I can get that?????? Thanks, I was looking at it last night and couldn't see it. I will keep checking. I have decided to sell my Joe Hill collection. If you want to see the list of Hill items i have for sale,just send me a PM.

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I know that i wont be buying anything, but being nosy Can you post your list here? Or lets say in the DTbay thread even if you dont put it there? I just received my Lettered Thumbprint Letter L in the mail today! It had it's own slipcase? Please do, I really what to see what Sub Press did, as the small pic looked very cool! I'd love to see that bad boy!

FYI I am looking for a lettered Thumbprint I can get some up tomorrow unless someone beats me to it! It will be much appreciated - thanks! Here you go, some HSB lettered pics.

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  8. JPG I like that alot. I've got a couple of Brian Lumley lettereds from Sub Press that come with the same type of case, so I'm guessing it's their standard tray case for lettereds Cemetery Dance was also using that tray case design for several of their lettereds for a while.

    Paul Wilson comes immediately to mind but there were several others. I thought it was neat the first time I saw it and then it seemed like every other lettered book I received had the same design. I stopped liking it after a while. It does look nice but I can't help feeling a bit disappointed that it's not in an actual heart-shaped box :wtf:. It does look nice but I can't help feeling a bit disappointed that it's not in an actual heart-shaped box :wtf: I did think that myself when I first got it!

    I've been on a bit of a Joe Hill kick lately, I absolutely love his stuff. I can't remember the last time I connected with a writer so quickly. I'll post pics when I get more time, and when the last few arrive in the mail. I haven't read any Hill yet, but I'm gathering from this thread that it's more than worth it. I have "Heart Shaped Box". Is that the right place to start?

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    Yes, that's a great place to start, Kes. I'll be interested in hearing your thoughts after you read the book. I think I am one of the very few on this board who hasn't bought into the Joe Hill thing yet.

    Not bad but, personally, I don't see what the fuss is about.