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61 Skilleter, Andrew BLACKLIGHT: The Art Of Andrew Skilleter
(London): Doctor Who Books, (1995). 1852774158 First edition, first printing. Quarto. Hardcover. Tiny bump to lower edge, minor crimp to spine crown, else fine, in a black binding with gilt spine titles; no dust jacket. 
"The images in this book represent a selection of my Doctor Who illustrations from 1979 to 1994."--Skilleter, from his introduction. Printed in full-color throughout on coated stock. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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62 Stover, Matthew Woodring HEART OF BRONZE
(New York, N. Y.): SFBC, (1998). 1568657412 / 9781568657417 First edition: issued by the Science Fiction Book Club. Hardcover. Fine, as-new; in illustrated dust jacket. Laid in is a folded, full-color poster reproducing the jacket art by Romas Kukalis. Still in publisher's shrinkwrap! 
Omnibus of two historical fantasy/sword & sorcery novels, IRON DAWN (1997) and JERICHO MOON (1998). 
Price: 25.00 USD
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63 Tolkien, J.R.R.; illustrations by the Brothers Hildebrandt THE 1980 J.R.R. TOLKIEN DESK CALENDAR
New York: Ballantine Books, (1979). 0345285344 / 9780345285348 First U.S. edition, first printing. Hardcover. Blind pen impressions to both covers, else about fine, in white comb-bound illustrated cardstock covers; no dust jacket, as issued. One corner within is mildly soiled, but otherwise the interior is pristine, unused. 
Thirteen full-color glossy plates, removable for framing, within plain-stock calendar pages. The Brothers seem uniquely suited to their subject here, and though their backgrounds pay too much homage to Maxfield Parrish, their Hobbits are especially fine. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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64 Vallejo, Boris & Bell, Julie; text by Nigel Suckling TITANS: The Heroic Visions of Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell
(New York, N.Y.): Thunder's Mouth Press, (2000) 1560252731 / 9781560252733 Reprint. Hardcover. Fine in laminated, color-illustrated boards; printed on coated stock; in matching color-illustrated dust jacket. Quarto. 
The complete collection of Vallejo and Bell's paintings of the Marvel Comics heroes--with special sections on Spidey, the X-Men (and Women) and the Avengers; plus appearances by other comic characters. This copy SIGNED by both artists to the title-page. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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65 Vallejo, Doris; Vallejo, Boris, illustrator THE BOY WHO SAVED THE STARS
New York, New York: O'Quinn Studios, Inc, 1978. 0931064058 / 9780931064050 First edition. SIGNED by Boris to the front free endsheet. Hardcover. Some mild age-toning to pages and to covers, else a fine copy in color-illustrated boards; in a price-clipped, but otherwise very nearly fine illustrated dust jacket with artwork that echoes that on the boards. 
Fantasy picturebook tale of a boy named Alo who lives on a tiny planet many light years away and who must find a way to stop the stars from disappearing from the skies. 32 pages of color paintings by Boris in an unwonted, comic-book style. Charming. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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66 Van Hise, James, editor THE ROCKET'S BLAST AND THE COMICOLLECTOR Number 4
(Yucca Valley, California): (James Van Hise), (2003). First edition. February, 2003 Issue, Number 4. One of 2,000 copies issued. Quarto. SIGNED by Van Hise to the editorial page. As new in slick, color-illustrated wraps. Front cover: a Mark Schultz Conan painting to be used in Wandering Star's new CONAN OF CIMMERIA collection; rear cover: a previously unpublished original sf painting by EC comics stalwart Al Feldstein. 
This issue features extensively illustrated articles on Steve Ditko and Reed Crandall; an interview with Mark Schultz; preview of the comic strip based upon DAEMON MASK's weird pulp hero, The Whisper, which will appear in full in the next RBCC; lots more! 
Price: 9.95 USD
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67 Van Hise, James, editor and publisher ROCKET'S BLAST AND COMICOLLECTOR #150, DECEMBER 1979
(San Diego, California): James Van Hise, (1979). First edition. Signed by Van Hise to the caricature of him in a spacesuit on the contents page. Fine in 8''x11'' slick illustrated cardstock covers, staplebound; front and rear cover art features Hammell portraits of Frank N. Furter and Riff-Raff (author Richard O'Brien) from THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW. Jampacked with exciting, original comic art. 
Terrific ish of the comics fanzine features: RBCC Artists' Jam with panels by Barta, Rosa, Hemple, Harvey, Gammill, Eddings, Fujitake, Blevins, Cannon, Hammel, Bissette and Hembeck; Artist Profile: Steve Bissette; Clark Ashton Smith; ROCKY HORROR, more! 
Price: 25.00 USD
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68 Vance, Jack TRULLION: Alastor 2262; MARUNE: Alastor 933; WYST: Alastor 1716
San Francisco, California/Columbia, Pennsylvania: Underwood-Miller, 1984. First hardcover edition, first printing. Three volumes, slipcased; trade edition, one of a total of 1000 copies produced. Hardcover. A few tiny dots of faint foxing to page edges, else all volumes fine, as-new; in illustrated dust jackets that are fine, as-new, except for a short area of lamination lift to upper spine fold of WYST; housed in a near fine slipcase with spotting to spine. 
Vance's trilogy of sf novels set in The Alastor Cluster: a sprawling system of thirty thousand live stars and three thousand inhabited planets, the cluster is ruled by the mysterious Connatic. Jacket art on all three volumes by Ned Dameron. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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69 Waldrop, Howard NIGHT OF THE COOTERS
Kansas City, MO/Shingeltown, CA: Ursus Imprints/Mark V. Ziesing. 1990. 0942681061 / 9780942681062 First edition: One of 374 deluxe, slipcased, SIGNED, numbered copies. This is #73. Introduction by Chad Oliver. Errata slip laid in. Hardcover. Fine, in black cloth with blueprint-illustrated endpapers; in a color pictorial dust jacket, housed in a black leatherette slipcase with title device in red. Fanciful jacket painting of an armadillo-riding Texan battling aliens by Don Ivan Punchatz. 
Nine sf yarns and an essay by this Hugo-nominated Texan. Color frontispiece and nine plates executed by divers hands. SIGNED to the limitation page by Waldrop, Oliver, and the nine illustrators--including Punchatz, Don Maitz, Terry Lee, Roger Stine. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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