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  • Looking for a good edition of Solomon Kane!

    Any recommendations for a good edition of the Solomon Kane stories? (Robert E. Howard)

  • #2
    Donald Grant's edition Red Shadows is a nice collector's book and there are many paperback versions out there. Here's a link to other listings.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Kane#Book_editions

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    • #3
      I have a hardcover edition of The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane. It's a collection of all of the unedited Kane stories that Howard wrote. You can find it in soft cover, as well.

      Also, here is a similar thread on the topic with a few other suggestions.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Brian View Post
        I have a hardcover edition of The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane. It's a collection of all of the unedited Kane stories that Howard wrote. You can find it in soft cover, as well.

        Also, here is a similar thread on the topic with a few other suggestions.
        I have the trade paperback. The Gianni illustrations are my favorite versions of Kane. I sort of enforced that by putting up a whole set of the prints over my writing room.

        The Del Rey series is excellent as is the Bison Books set. Del Rey focused on the best-known stuff (Conan, Kane, Kull, Bran Mak Morn & El Borak) while Bison did the Crusader stories, boxing, humorous & "serious" Westerns, etc. Rusty Burke was the editor for both the Bison & Del Rey books.

        I'm in an REH mood because I'll be doing three REH-related panels at LoneStarCon this weekend.
        Dave Hardy
        http://fireandsword.blogspot.com/

        My books: Crazy Greta, Tales of Phalerus the Achaean, and Palmetto Empire.

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        • #5
          I have only graphic novel adaptations. Not sure exactly all that I have, but I do know that I have the three stories by Scott Allie & Mario Guevara, published by Dark Horse Comics, I believe. I know I have some others - maybe Chronicles of Solomon Kane? Can't remember, but I know I really liked the stories in a completely illustrated form.



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