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I wrote about 1001 Riddles for Children in one of my studio tour entries, noting that it was one of my favorite books from childhood — and in searching through my storage boxes, I discovered I had an extra copy — so I’ll be letting one of them go — but not before sharing some of the illustrations with you.
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Harlan Ellison , one of the Grand Masters of science fiction and a multiple Hugo-, Nebula-, and Edgar Award-winner, returns to his roots with the graphic novel, Phoenix Without Ashes.
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We recently completed PHOENIX WITHOUT ASHES, Harlan Ellison ‘s first new comic series in a decade (well, issue 4, the final issue, releases on November 17, but it’s at least all complete on my side), but the real gem here is going to be the collected edition in January. In addition to the regular collection, we’ll be doing a limited edition of the hardcover, which will include the entire 180-page prose story by Harlan and Edward Bryant , as well as the comic series and a tip-in plate signed by Harlan and series artist Alan Robinson . And it’s all going to be presented with the above image wrapping around the cover — a unique PHOENIX painting by DINOTOPIA creator James Gurney . And here’s a pic from my visit to Ellison Wonderland last Friday (that’s another of Harlan’s favorite pieces, an Einstein painting by Roman Genn . You can get a closer look at the pic at Roman’s site, here .
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