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Have the collectors here seen this Jade Man's Eyes chapbook?

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  • GuyLawley
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    I'd forgotten about that; well remembered, Aral!

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  • Marca
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    I have the original Jade Man's Eyes chapbook, but have never read it in case it gets damaged. Don't forget that the story was reprinted in the [Flashing Swords #2] paperback anthology (US & UK), which provides an easier way to read the original text.
    Last edited by Rothgo; 07-31-2010, 06:10 AM.

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    Yes, done on heavier than usual art paper. It CAN however be reglued reasonably easily... But the cracking spine is hard to avoid.

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  • Governor of Rowe Island
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    I was lucky enough to find two copies. I gave one of them to the friend who insisted I start reading Mike's work.
    I think I've only read it once and I don't think will again after hearing what happened to Guy's copy!

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  • GuyLawley
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    Owned it, read it, cracked the glue and had the pages fall loose into my lap :) !!

    Other collectors probably know what I mean. There must be very few truly mint copies around (or even intact copies!). It does come up on eBay etc & may fetch a high price occasionally. Cheap copies are currently available on ABE, claiming to be in VG or better condition.

    It's a square-bound book, about the same size as an ordinary paperback, but necessarliy a "slim volume."

    The story was substantially revised for its book appearance.

    Scans are already in the Image Gallery:
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    Unicorn was run by an old pal of Mike's who also published Elric: the Return To Melnibone without clearing it with Druillet, which led to all sorts of fun and games, as Mike has detailed elsewhere.

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  • Have the collectors here seen this Jade Man's Eyes chapbook?

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