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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

The Spider Strikes!

Solicitation Copy for January, 2007:

THE SPIDER Chronicles

The MASTER OF MEN Returns!

304pgs, 6 x 9, with illustrations
ISBN: 10 digit: 1-933076-18-6 13 digit: 978-1-933076-18-8

More just than the law, more dangerous than the Underworld... hated, feared, and wanted by both. One cloaked, fanged, border-line crazy denizen of the dark force-feeding hard justice with a pair of .45s!

Moonstone is proud to present 20 new short stories of SEARING WHITE HOT PROSE starring pulpdoms most violent and ruthless crime fighter ever: THE SPIDER!

Here you will find relentless, hard-fisted action that remains true in tone to his mythic-proportioned adventures. If you crave against-all-odds breathless thrill rides, seeing great evils smashed beyond recognition, and dangers met by true heroes at break-neck speed, then this book is the must-buy event of your entire freaking life!

Take a look at this great line up of authors: Stories by: John Jakes (North and South, Kent Family Chronicles), Mort Castle, Bill Crider, Shannon Denton, Chuck Dixon, Steve Englehart, Ron Fortier, Joe Gentile, Rich Harvey, John Helfers, CJ Henderson, Howard Hopkins, Anthony Kuhoric, Elizabeth Massie, Christopher Mills, Will Murray, Rafael Nieves, Ann Nocenti, Martin Powell, and Robert Weinberg.

Interior illustrations: Tom Floyd
Cover: Doug Klauba

Intro By Denny ONeil!

1. softcover = $16.95

2. DIAMOND EXCLUSIVE: LIMITED Hardcover edition= (limited to 300)
Comes signed by cover painter Doug Klauba and has a signed and numbered exclusive (to this edition) Spider Sketch tip sheet by Doug Klauba as well! $39.95 (signed copies limited to initial orders)

1 comment:

Anthony Schiavino said...

I can't wait for this book to come out. I really love that cover except for the design circle at the bottom but you know how I already feel about that. Im just glad to see that the character is handled in the classic sense and wasn't changed all Hollywood like.