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    H'lo friends,

    You know, the Image Gallery is growing by leaps and bounds and if you haven't been by there recently, [broken link]you should go

    I've just recently started putting regular hours back into the Gallery. Most of my time has been spent organizing the wealth of images into a (hopefully) intuitive archive. In the interest of helping fans find a specific type of image, I have listed below the various Albums, each represented in their respective nested positions. I hope this helps you out a bit and I will update this post whenever changes are made to the Gallery.


    We encourage you to [broken link]peruse the Gallery and, should you find that you possess a Moorcock-related image that is not represented, add it by uploading it to [broken link]this Album, located inside the Limbo Album. You can do this by going into the Album and selecting "add photos" from the drop-down menu in the top-right of your screen. Note that you MUST be logged in to upload images. You need only upload the largest version of your image; the software will create the thumbnail. Also, be sure to give your image a caption!

    It is my task to make sure images end up in the right locations, so you should see your image move from Limbo within a few days of uploading it. Use the chart below to determine where it might have ended up.

    Some examples: a piece of Elric art you created yourself would go into Reader Submissions -> Reader Art. If your Elric piece was a photo-manipulation of what some actor might look like as our favorite tormented Albino, then I would put it into Reader Submissions -> Elric Movie Speculative Photos. A Jim Cawthorn sketch of Elric would go into Artists -> James Cawthorn, whereas a Jim Cawthorn sketch of Michael Moorcock would go into Michael Moorcock -> Portraits. For those of you with ink embedded in your dermis, we even have a special section just for you! Feel free to show off your chaotic tats!

    So go check out the Gallery and, if you are so motivated, add some images and help us make it the best archive of Moorcock-related imagery on the 'net!

    CURRENT GALLERY ALBUM HIERARCHY

    Artists
    - Achilleos, Chris
    - Amano, Yoshitaka
    - BROM
    - Brunner, Frank
    - Cawthorn, James
    - Druillet, Philippe
    - Gould, Robert
    - Maitz, Don
    - Matthews, Rodney
    - Pini, Wendy
    - Whelan, Michael
    - Woodroffe, Patrick
    - Other Artists

    Michael Moorcock
    - Michael Moorcock the Man
    - Michael Moorcock and Friends
    - Book Signings and Conventions
    - - Port Reyes Station July 2004
    - Portraits

    Covers & Pages
    - Comics
    - - Original Stories
    - - - Tarzan Adventures
    - - - Fleetway
    - - - - Ghost of the Tidelsss Sea (from Lion Annual 1965)
    - - - - The Sea Raiders (from Valiant Annual 1966) MM script
    - - - Conan the Barbarian
    - - - Michael Moorcock's Multiverse
    - - - Elric: The Making of a Sorceror
    - - - - Elric: The Making of a Sorceror #1
    - - - - Elric: The Making of a Sorceror #2
    - - - - Elric: The Making of a Sorceror #3
    - - - Tom Strong
    - - - - Previews
    - - - Other Original Stories
    - - Adaptations
    - - - Elric
    - - - - Early Adaptations (Druillet, Cawthorn, Grant)
    - - - - Elric of Melnibonأ© (serialized in Heavy Metal)
    - - - - The Dreaming City & While the Gods Laugh (serialized in Epic)
    - - - - Elric of Melnibonأ© (miniseries from Pacific Comics)
    - - - - The Sailor on the Seas of Fate (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Weird of the White Wolf (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Vanishing Tower (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Bane of the Black Sword (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - Stormbringer (miniseries from Topps/Darkhorse Comics)
    - - - Hawkmoon
    - - - - James Cawthorn
    - - - - Jewel in the Skull (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Mad God's Amulet (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Sword of the Dawn (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Runestaff (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - Corum
    - - - - The Knight of the Swords (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Queen of the Swords (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The King of the Swords (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - - The Bull and the Spear (miniseries from First Comics)
    - - - Other Adaptations
    - - Parodies
    - - - Cerebus the Aardvark
    - - - Other Parodies
    - - Heroes
    - - - Elric of Melnibonأ©
    - - - Jerry Cornelius
    - - - - The Saga of the Man Elf
    - - - - Prometheus Gets Burned
    - - - Erekosأ«
    - - - Other Heroes
    - - Inspirations
    - - - Moebius
    - - - - Airtight Garage
    - - - - The Man from the Ciguri, Part II
    - - - - The Elsewhere Prince
    - - - - Onyx Overlord
    - - - Bryan Talbot
    - - - - The Adventures of Luther Arkwright (British edition)
    - - - - The Adventures of Luther Arkwright (American edition)
    - - - - Heart of Empire
    - - - - Prequels, Spin-Offs, & Pastiches
    - - - Frank Brunner
    - - - Grant Morrison
    - - Samples
    - - - Return of the White Wolf
    - - - MM's Multiverse Promo
    - Magazines
    - - Burroughsania
    - - Eldritch Dreamquest
    - - Fantasania
    - - Jazz Fan
    - - - Jazz Fan Vol. 1 No. 8
    - - - Jazz Fan Vol. 1 No. 9
    - - Locus
    - - New Worlds
    - - - NW Part One: Moorcock Era Begins, No. 142-152
    - - - NW Part Two: Cornelius Era Begins, No. 153-160
    - - - New Worlds No. 161-172
    - - - New Worlds No. 173-187
    - - - New Worlds No. 188-201
    - - - New Worlds No. 202-211
    - - - New Worlds No. 212-222
    - - Science Fantasy
    - - Science Fiction Adventures
    - - Other Magazine Appearances
    - - - Frendz 1971,72
    - - - Vortex UK 1977
    - Novels and Anthologies
    - - Books by Michael Moorcock
    - - - Combined Titles
    - - - A Cure for Cancer
    - - - A Nomad of the Time Streams
    - - - Adventures Of Una Persson and Catherine Cornelius in the Twentieth Century, The
    - - - An Alien Heat
    - - - Bane of the Black Sword, The
    - - - Before Armageddon
    - - - Behold the Man
    - - - Birds of the Moon
    - - - Black Corridor, The
    - - - Blood
    - - - Blood Red Game, The
    - - - Breakfast in the Ruins
    - - - Brothel in Rosenstrasse
    - - - Bull and the Spear, The
    - - - Byzantium Endures
    - - - Caribbean Crisis
    - - - Casablanca
    - - - Champion of Garathorm, The
    - - - Chinese Agent, The
    - - - Chronicles of Castle Brass, The (Boxed Set)
    - - - Chronicles of Castle Brass, The
    - - - Chronicles of Count Brass, The
    - - - Chronicles of Corum, The
    - - - City in the Autumn Stars, The
    - - - City of the Beast
    - - - Condition of Muzak, The
    - - - Corum
    - - - Corum: The Coming of Chaos
    - - - Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe
    - - - Count Brass
    - - - Dancers at the End of Time
    - - - Death Is No Obstacle
    - - - Distant Suns, The
    - - - Dragon in the Sword, The
    - - - Dreaming City, The
    - - - Dreamthief's Daughter, The
    - - - Dying for Tomorrow
    - - - Earl Aubec
    - - - Elric (Fantasy Masterworks)
    - - - Elric at the End of Time
    - - - Elric of Melnibonأ©
    - - - End of All Songs, The
    - - - England Invaded
    - - - English Assassin, The
    - - - Entropy Tango
    - - - Epic Pooh
    - - - Eternal Champion, The
    - - - Fabulous Harbours
    - - - Final Programme, The
    - - - Fireclown, The
    - - - Firing the Cathedral
    - - - Fortress of the Pearl, The
    - - - Gloriana
    - - - Golden Barge, The
    - - - Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle, The
    - - - Hawkmoon
    - - - History of the Runestaff, The
    - - - Hollow Lands, The
    - - - Ice Schooner, The
    - - - Jade Man's Eyes, The
    - - - Jerusalem Commands
    - - - Jewel in the Skull, The
    - - - Kane of Old Mars
    - - - King of the City
    - - - King of the Swords, The
    - - - Knight of the Swords, The
    - - - Land Leviathan, The
    - - - Laughter of Carthage, The
    - - - Legends from the End of Time
    - - - Letters from Hollywood
    - - - London Bone
    - - - Lord of the Spiders
    - - - Lunching with the Antichrist
    - - - Mad God's Amulet, The
    - - - Masters of the Pit
    - - - Moorcock's Book of Martyrs
    - - - Mother London
    - - - My Experiences in the Third World War
    - - - New Nature of the Catastrophe, The
    - - - Nomad of Time, The
    - - - Oak and the Ram, The
    - - - Opium General, The
    - - - Phoenix in Obsidian
    - - - Prince with the Silver Hand, The
    - - - Queen of the Swords, The
    - - - Queens of Deleria
    - - - Quest for Tanelorn, The
    - - - Retreat From Liberty, The
    - - - Revenge of the Rose, The
    - - - Rituals of Infinity, The
    - - - Roads Between the Worlds, The
    - - - Runestaff, The
    - - - Russian Intelligence, The
    - - - Sailing to Utopia
    - - - Sailor on the Seas of Fate, The
    - - - Shores of Death, The
    - - - Silver Warriors
    - - - Silverheart
    - - - Singing Citadel, The
    - - - Skrayling Tree, The
    - - - Sleeping Sorceress, The
    - - - Sojan
    - - - Stealer of Souls, The
    - - - Steel Tsar, The
    - - - Stormbringer
    - - - Sundered Worlds, The
    - - - Sword and the Stallion, The
    - - - Sword of the Dawn, The
    - - - Swords of Corum, The
    - - - Swords of Heaven, the Flowers of Hell, The
    - - - Tales from the End of Time
    - - - Tales from the Texas Woods
    - - - Time Dweller, The
    - - - Time of the Hawklords, The
    - - - Transformation of Miss Mavis Ming, The
    - - - Traps of Time, The
    - - - Twilight Man, The
    - - - Vanishing Tower, The
    - - - Von Beck
    - - - War Amongst the Angels, The
    - - - War Hound of the World's Pain, The
    - - - Warlord of the Air, The
    - - - Warrior of Mars
    - - - Winds of Limbo, The
    - - - Wizardry and Wild Romance
    - - - Weird of the White Wolf, The
    - - - White Wolf's Son, The
    - - - Wrecks of Time, The
    - - Books Published Under Pseudonyms
    - - Anthologies
    - - - Ariel
    - - - Best SF Stories from New Worlds
    - - - Devil His Due, The
    - - - Jerry Cornelius Anthologies
    - - - - A Cornelius Calendar
    - - - - Cornelius Chronicles, The
    - - - - Cornelius Quartet, The
    - - - - Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius, The
    - - - Multi-Dimensional Moorcock
    - - - Pawn of Chaos
    - - - sf impulse
    - - - Tales of the White Wolf
    - - - SEARCHLIGHT - Adventure Stories for Boys
    - - Non-English Editions
    - - - French Editions
    - - - - A Cure for Cancer
    - - - - An Alien Heat
    - - - - Behold the Man
    - - - - Blood Red Game, The
    - - - - Breakfast in the Ruins
    - - - - Bull and the Spear
    - - - - Cavalier Chaos, Le
    - - - - City in the Autumn Stars, The
    - - - - City In The Autumn Stars, The
    - - - - City Of The Beast, The
    - - - - Condition Of Muzak, The
    - - - - Corum Collections
    - - - - Count Brass
    - - - - Dancers At The End Of Time, The
    - - - - Dragon In The Sword, The
    - - - - Dreamthief's Daughter, The
    - - - - Elric At The End Of Time
    - - - - Elric Of Melnibonأ©
    - - - - End Of All Songs, The
    - - - - English Assassin, The
    - - - - Final Programme, The
    - - - - Fortress Of The Pearl, The
    - - - - Gloriana
    - - - - Golden Barge, The
    - - - - The Hollow Lands
    - - - - Ice Schooner, The
    - - - - Jewel In The Skull, The
    - - - - King Of The Swords, The
    - - - - Knight Of The Swords, The
    - - - - Land Leviathan, The
    - - - - Legends From The End Of Time
    - - - - Le Livre D'Or...
    - - - - Lord Of The Spiders
    - - - - Lunching With The Antichrist
    - - - - Mad God's Amulet, The
    - - - - Masters Of The Pit
    - - - - Mother London
    - - - - Nomad Of Time, The
    - - - - Oak And The Ram, The
    - - - - Queen Of The Swords, The
    - - - - Quest For Tanelorn, The
    - - - - Revenge Of The Rose, The
    - - - - The Runestaff
    - - - - Sailor On The Seas Of Fate, The
    - - - - Shores Of Death, The
    - - - - Silver Warriors, The
    - - - - Sleeping Sorceress, The
    - - - - Souvenirs Of The Third World War
    - - - - Steel Tsar, The
    - - - - The Stone Thing
    - - - - Stormbringer
    - - - - Sword And The Stallion, The
    - - - - Sword Of The Dawn, The
    - - - - Von Bek
    - - - - War Hound And The World's Pain, The
    - - - - Warlord Of The Air
    - - - - Weird Of The White Wolf
    - - - German Editions
    - - - Italian Editions
    - - - Japanese Editions
    - - - Portuguese Editions
    - - - Non-English Magazine Appearances
    - - - - French Magazine Appearances
    - Miscellaneous
    - - Age of Chaos, The
    - - Tanelorn Archives, The
    - Published Interviews

    Various Artwork
    - Illustrations
    - Statues
    - - Rob Terro
    - Tattoos
    - Other
    - Computer Case

    Reader Submissions
    - Reader Art
    - - Creepyfox's Moorcock Art
    - - DeeCrowSeer
    - - Electroarc's Erekosأ« Comic
    - - Parody Images
    - - Team Bonet
    - Elric Movie Speculative Photos
    - "Elric: Stealer of Souls"
    - CosPlay
    - MWM-MWTBITM

    Games
    - Avalon Hill
    - Cartography
    - Darcsyde Productions
    - Deities & Demigods
    - Imagine
    - Miniatures
    - - Painted Miniatures
    - - Unpainted Miniatures
    - Misc. Gaming Images
    - Video Games
    - - Moorcockian Mods
    - - Snowball
    - - Psygnosis
    - Character Sheets

    Monsieur Zenith and Other Influences

    Rock and Roll!
    - Deep Fix
    - Hawkwind
    - Blue أ–yster Cult
    - ZAKAS
    - Domine
    - Tygers of Pan Tang
    - Cirith Ungol
    - Blind Guardian
    - Other Bands

    Limbo
    - [broken link]Put Your Images In Here
    - Movies, Television and Stage
    - - Group 65
    - - The Final Programme
    - - Stage Performances
    - Raven Armory's Stormbringer
    - Animated .gifs
    - Symbols of the Multiverse
    - - The Symbol of Chaos
    - - Other Symbols
    - Junk Drawer
    - - Elric Mirror
    - - Fake CCG Cards, Etc.
    - Current Site Graphics
    - - Extra Smilies
    - - Images Used in Articles
    - - - The Black Blade of the Barbary Coast
    - - - Making The Sorcerer
    - - - Moorcockopedia (Jewel in the Skull)
    - - - Moorcockopedia (Bob Haberfield)
    - - - Moorcockopedia (New Worlds)
    - Old Site Graphics
    - New Logo Contest

    Readers
    - Jerico

    If you have any questions, concerns or comments, you can e-mail me at kirks3dATyahoo.com (replace the AT with @, of course).

    I'd like to thank Krzysiek, Marie-Bernadette, Guy Lawley, Leslie Dunne, Michael Reibsome, Berry, and all the others who have helped make the Gallery what it is. It's great to work with such a competent and impassioned team.
    Last edited by Rothgo; 04-09-2010, 04:26 AM.
    "Wounds are all I'm made of. Did I hear you say that this is victory?"
    --Michael Moorcock, Veteran of the Psychic Wars

  • #2
    Hey you with the face!

    By the way, we've set up a "Readers" Album into which I will place any pix members wish to upload of themselves. So those of you who are not camera-shy should gift us with a photo or two, that we might easier recognize you on the street. :twisted:

    In the interest of setting an example, I have uploaded a picture of myself to start things off. I'm definitely not one of the beautiful people, yet there is my mug for all to see. If I can do it, so can you!

    Yes, I'm a Photoshop professional by trade. No, I didn't Photoshop the picture of myself one bit. (I would, however, be happy to do so for any MWM member who desired it, if it would help populate the Readers Album. Heh, heh.)
    "Wounds are all I'm made of. Did I hear you say that this is victory?"
    --Michael Moorcock, Veteran of the Psychic Wars

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    • #3
      I am happy to announce that Aral Vilsn has scanned the cover and first page of Burroughsania, Vol. 1, No. 7. This is a magazine MM was making back in the mid-fifties (MM was not yet seventeen when this issue was written :o).

      I have uploaded these gems to the Image Gallery under Covers & Pages -> Magazines. Here are some links:

      [broken link]

      [broken link]

      :!: Thanks much, Aral Vilsn, for the generous contribution! :!:
      Last edited by Rothgo; 04-09-2010, 04:26 AM.
      "Wounds are all I'm made of. Did I hear you say that this is victory?"
      --Michael Moorcock, Veteran of the Psychic Wars

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      • #4
        Major score!

        PWV & Co. are doing fantastic work. This is the work no one person can do. This has great historical value. Many thanks to you all.

        I consider this to be a land mark contribution.
        The cat spread its wings and flew high into the air, hovering to keep pace with them as they moved cautiously toward the city. Then, as they climbed over the rubble of what had once been a gateway and began to make their way through piles of weed-grown masonry, the cat flew to the squat building with the yellow dome upon its roof. It flew twice around the dome and then came back to settle on Jhary's shoulder. - The King of the Swords

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        • #5
          With the encouragement of Berry, PWV and others I've been submitting scans over the last few weeks and will be submitting more on a regular basis whenever I can. For newbies or anyone who doesn't visit the Gallery regularly I should say that those who manage the gallery have made an excellent job of reordering the Novels and Anthologies section. Each title now has it's own album so that you'll find all the different editions of a particular book together. New scans will be found sitting in the Limbo area before they are moved to the relevant section. I'd also encourage anyone who can to scan and upload their own items for others to see - it would be nice to have some foreign language Moorcock editions appearing, more oddities and rare items etc.
          'You know, I can't keep up with you. If I hadn't met you in person, I quite honestly would NOT believe you really existed. I just COULDN'T. You do so MUCH... if half of what goes into your zines is to be believed, you've read more at the age of 17 than I have at the age of 32 - LOTS more'

          Archie Mercer to Mike (Burroughsania letters page, 1957)

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          • #6
            Excellent work on the image gallery there, amigos.

            I’ve added a couple of Science Fantasy covers, and I’m happy to add anything else I can that’s useful, e.g. fill in gaps in Aral’s amazing collection (if indeed there are any!).

            It’s been noted there are crossovers in categorising the books, sometimes. An album of all the Orion EC books in order, all the Millenium EC books, all the Grafton Elrics etc might be good, as well as an alphabetical listing.

            And yes, let’s see some of those overseas editions please, fellow Miscellanists. Post 'em if ya got 'em!

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            • #7
              Organizing the Image Gallery is a rather precarious job, as the software doesn't allow for cross-referencing of images.

              It's also a rather tedious job, as the software doesn't make it easy to reorder/move images or albums. For example, if I want to put albums in alphabetical order (which I did recently inside the Books By Michael Moorcock Album), I have to know numerically what position to move each album to; the interface doesn't list each album by name when you select "Reorder Album," only by number. And of course, once you change the order, the numeric positions change as well!

              Finally, I am by no means an expert on every single book Mike has written, so I am apt to put things in the wrong places from time to time. :?

              I only relay all this so that you can understand why the Image Gallery isn't better organized than it is. I'm not whining or complaining. In fact, I enjoy working on the Gallery. I just want to make readers aware of its limitations.

              Carry on.
              "Wounds are all I'm made of. Did I hear you say that this is victory?"
              --Michael Moorcock, Veteran of the Psychic Wars

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              • #8
                Hey, no griping from me! :)

                The alphabetical listing is a great idea. I’d assumed it just happened, didn’t realise it was a lot of work. Nice one. :)

                The software has its limitations, I see, but it is easy to use and pretty darn quick compared to other similar things I’ve attempted! Thanks to Berry and PWV for introducing me to it.

                It wouldn’t need actual cross-referencing to set up albums like “Orion EC series� etc, would it? Just uploading images again. I may try my luck at some of this one day, but I don’t have all the EC omnibus books, for example.

                I do find scanning very therapeutic sometimes, especially after a rough week of intense human interaction, when I'm somehwere between 8O and

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by GuyLawley
                  It wouldn’t need actual cross-referencing to set up albums like “Orion EC series� etc, would it? Just uploading images again.
                  No, you're right. It would just require the time to set up all the new albums. And there's no reason the same image couldn't be uploaded to more than one album, other than storage space. Maybe Berry has different feelings on this, I don't know.

                  And I agree the interface isn't exactly torturous to use or anything, it just has certain minor annoyances (like the numeric order thing).

                  Overall, though, I have a blast. Scanning is indeed therapeutic. So is filling out new albums with images, writing up captions, etc. Plus, I get to see all the cool Moorcockian artwork from over the years.

                  By the way, many of the book cover images are rather small. If you notice a smaller image and happen to have the same book, I'd love to replace those smaller pix with larger ones. Just a thought.

                  Thanks for all the work. You and Aral Vilsn have been quite busy these past weeks. 'Tis appreciated greatly, gents.
                  "Wounds are all I'm made of. Did I hear you say that this is victory?"
                  --Michael Moorcock, Veteran of the Psychic Wars

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                  • #10
                    Here are my thoughts.

                    If there were 100 or fewer books that were duplicates (say, 50 pairs), we wouldn't really take a hit. If it were more, we would begin to get concerned. Consider this:

                    50 pairs means twice as much time, space, effort and etc. The effect would not be cross-referencing. Real cross-referencing would give us the ability to look at covers by publisher, artist, title, year, collection, country and etc.

                    Our best case scenario is for the software to improve so that we can do real cross referencing, and believe me, if that development occurred, I'd quickly flip the Gallery over into that kind of system. I predict in the next year ot two that might be available.

                    So, I leave it to you guys to decide for yourselves. I'm not indifferent; I feel you guys should do it the way you want to manage it.
                    The cat spread its wings and flew high into the air, hovering to keep pace with them as they moved cautiously toward the city. Then, as they climbed over the rubble of what had once been a gateway and began to make their way through piles of weed-grown masonry, the cat flew to the squat building with the yellow dome upon its roof. It flew twice around the dome and then came back to settle on Jhary's shoulder. - The King of the Swords

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                    • #11
                      I wanted to give you a sample (thi s is still incomplete, but it's the direction we are going with all of this) of what I will do with those images. All pages here will reference images at this site at some point.

                      MIchael Moorcock's author bio page:

                      [broken link]

                      I've only played with thef first paragraph.
                      Last edited by Rothgo; 04-09-2010, 04:27 AM.
                      The cat spread its wings and flew high into the air, hovering to keep pace with them as they moved cautiously toward the city. Then, as they climbed over the rubble of what had once been a gateway and began to make their way through piles of weed-grown masonry, the cat flew to the squat building with the yellow dome upon its roof. It flew twice around the dome and then came back to settle on Jhary's shoulder. - The King of the Swords

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Berry Sizemore
                        All pages here will reference images at this site at some point.

                        MIchael Moorcock's author bio page...
                        Very nice, Berry! I like where you're going with this!

                        One thing though (and believe you may have touched on this a bit in a recent e-mail to us CEs): let's say we decide that the Michael Moorcock the Man Album needs further subdivision. Say the pix of Mike from each decade are separated into their own albums. Wouldn't that break the path to the pic of Mike from 1957 in the Bio? I know for a fact that I've already busted links to images from certain threads with all this reorganizing.
                        "Wounds are all I'm made of. Did I hear you say that this is victory?"
                        --Michael Moorcock, Veteran of the Psychic Wars

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                        • #14
                          Hey PWV! Remember that seemingly idle boast a while back on another thread? Well it was no idle boast! I have 36 (count 'em!) images to upload, and, as this seems to be a rather slow process, I will be uploading them as and when I log on over the next week.
                          There are a few new titles to the gallery among the images, some back covers which I thought warranted inclusion, some different editions of various titles and some higher resolution ones of titles which only seemed to be thumbnail size.
                          It's been a labour of love and one I've enjoyed, because it's given me a grand tour of Mr. M's book covers.
                          You see, it's... it's no good, Montag. We've all got to be alike. The only way to be happy is for everyone to be made equal.

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by Governor of Rowe Island
                            Hey PWV! Remember that seemingly idle boast a while back on another thread? Well it was no idle boast! I have 36 (count 'em!) images to upload... It's been a labour of love and one I've enjoyed...
                            *whew* Well, I'm only just now getting somewhat caught up. Between the Burroughsania stuff, the Jazz Fan stuff, the Eldritch stuff, your book covers, other miscellaneous submissions... it's been a labor of love to be sure! And yeah, quite enjoyable. I'm astonished at all the different book covers.

                            Which brings me to: Mike, did you personally approve the art for every cover to adorn your books?
                            "Wounds are all I'm made of. Did I hear you say that this is victory?"
                            --Michael Moorcock, Veteran of the Psychic Wars

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