The first volume of Hermes Press' critically acclaimed reprint series of The Phantom has been sold-out for over three years. Now, Hermes Press re-issues this volume, with additional documentary material and revisions to make this ground-breaking feature available again! Spanning the first two years of the strips, The Phantom: The Complete Newspaper Dailies Volume 1 (1936-1937) presents the origin of the Phantom as well as two additional continuities of the strip. Included in this deluxe reprint are comprehensive historic essays by comic historian Ron Goulart and Phantom expert, the late Ed Rhoades.
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DAMAGED INVENTORY- Usually just damage to the dust jackets or cover; the books are totally readable.
The Phantom The Complete Sundays: Volume Four by Lee Falk and Ray Moore and Wilson McCoy: 1950-1953; $65; ISBN 978-1-61345-137-3; full color; 9.25 x 13 inches by 1.25 inches; deluxe hardcover with dustjacket and endpapers; special essay with documentary materials; all Sundays digitally remastered; reprints eight complete continuities
The long anticipated fourth volume of the reprint of the entire run of Lee Falk's full color Phantom Sundays, with art by Ray Moore and Wilson McCoy continues! Fans of The Ghost Who Walks have waited for years to have a complete series of full size hardcover volumes featuring the complete Phantom Sundays and this is the fourth book in the series. As with Hermes Press’ complete reprint of The Phantom dailies, this book contains every strip digitally reconstructed to perfection. Presented in Volume Four of the Complete Sundays are nine storylines which encompass, “The Mysterious Passenger” (May 14, 1950- July 16, 1950) to “The Chain” (February 8, 1953- May 24, 1953). In addition to the strips this volume contains documentary materials and a detailed essay. Don’t miss it!
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Damaged in this case means an artifact on the cover and possibly minor damage. Totally readable!
Hermes Press to Reprint Full 32 Volumes of Vintage “Dark Shadows” Novels Dark Shadows: The Complete Paperback Library Reprint #1, “Dark Shadows,”; ISBN 978-1- 61345-190-8; $14.99; written by Marilyn Ross; paperback; 6 x 9 inches; printed text; archival edition; first in a series of 32 novels; available in Feb, 2020.
The classic Dark Shadows novels, originally published by Paperback Library in the 1960s and 1970s, return with Hermes Press' archival reprint of all 32 titles in the series. The reprint seriesʼ namesake debut book, “Dark Shadows,” which first saw print in December, 1966, will feature the original painted artwork on the cover.
Each of the 32 novels will present the complete text re-proofed and error free along with the faithfully reprinted cover art. The Hermes Press reprints will present the titles in an enlarged 6 inch by 9 inch format, printed on archival paper and permanently bound for reading enjoyment without cracking or loose pages. Each book in the series is based on the Dark Shadows television serial created by Dan Curtis and was written by prolific fiction author William Edward Daniel Ross under the pen name of Marilyn Ross. The forerunner to today's immensely popular vampire and supernatural themed television programs and theatrical films, Dark Shadows still garners serious attention as an iconic TV show with a devoted cult following and a new primetime series planned for 2020.
Initially focusing on young governess Victoria Winters and the mysterious happenings at the isolated New England estate Collinwood, the stories gradually shift to emphasize tormented vampire Barnabas Collins. Hermes Press' complete reprint of the 1966-72 series of Dark Shadows novels makes the entire collection of these classic books available once again to fans of gothic romance, suspense and alluring tales and compelling characters of Dark Shadows.
Subsequent reprints of books #2-32 will follow in pairs on a bi- monthly basis throughout 2020-21.
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The critically acclaimed, best selling complete reprint of The Phantom continues!
Referred to by comic strip historian Maurice Horn as the “granddaddy of all costumed superheroes,” The Phantom was created in 1936 by Lee Falk with artwork by Sy Barry. The strip hit the funny pages of newspapers well before the Dark Knight or Superman made their first appearances and has been acknowledged as an influence on every “masked man of mystery” since. The Phantom set the standard for action, adventure, intrigue, and romance in adventure comic strips and comic books - it has frequently been copied but never equaled.
This exciting 19th volume continues the SY BARRY YEARS! Reprinted in all its black and white glory, journey with Hermes Press as we bring you four complete continuities drawn by Sy himself: “The Bad Ones,” “The Hanta Witch,” “Prince Hali and the White Stallion,” “Bullet’s Town,” and “The Killer.” Strips from this issue are taken directly from King Feature’s proofs.
Included in the volume is a comprehensive essay and documentary materials.
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ISBN: Regular Edition 978-1-61345-207-3
Dark Shadows the Complete Paperback Library Reprint #6, “Barnabas Collins,”; ISBN 978-1-61345-207-3; $14.99; written by Marilyn Ross; paperback; 6 x 9 inches; printed text; archival edition; second in a series of 32 novels; available in June, 2020.
The original, classic, Dark Shadows books from the Paperback Library, return with Hermes Press' archival reprint of all 32 titles in the series beginning with the first novel which first saw print in December, 1966.
The sixth book in this reprint series is titled “Barnabas Collins.” Each book in the series was written by William Edward Daniel Ross who used the pen name Marilyn Ross.
Barnabas Collins, the 175-year-old vampires who has taken the country by storm comes alive in this new novel of gothic suspense.
Your blood will grow cold as you read the never-before-told story of the foggy night in 1899 when Barnabas Collins first arrived at Collinwood. You’ll chill to the full horror of the real truth about Barnabas – a secret so terrible that it could not be revealed until now . . .