Saturday, July 19, 2008

The Weird Works of Robert E. Howard

Volumes six and seven of The Weird Works of Robert E. Howard continue reprinting Howard's horror fantasy classics from Weird Tales and Strange Tales in order of their original publication, and all texts have been meticulously restored by Wildside Press to their original pulp appearances.

Click HERE for more information about The Garden of Fear Vol. 6 and Beyond the Black River Vol. 7, and order now.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

WHOA, I DIDNT EVEN KNOW ABOUT THE FIRST 5 VOLUMES! LOOKS LIKE A GREAT SET, I LOVE WHEN A SMALL PRESS DOES SOMETHING RIGHT.

Karswell said...

I've yet to pick up any of these myself, (mainly because I already have all the REH stuff in other various collections) but yeah it sounds like Wildside is doing these right. The title treatments on the book covers could be a little more inspired and striking but eh... most small press seems to care less about the art direction and packaging and focus on what's most important, presenting the stories inside correctly.

B-Sol said...

Great news. I'm crazy about the reprints that have been issued of Howard's original Conan, Kull, Solomon Kane and Bran Mak Morn stories, but I hadn't heard of these.

Anonymous said...

looks like a pretty good deal on those first four books when you buy them together.........now if only I had 80 bucks