Flesk’s Art of Franklin Booth is here and it’s magnificent. Ron Cobb is here; and a new Sketching from the Imagination: Magic & Myth. Alex Toth is back in two new printings; Conan Omnibus and Epic editions; Todd McFarlane’s Artist Edition; and three great new EC editions! Plus new PS archives and replica editions, Philippine Legends, Werewolf by Night, a new Bettie Page GN, and Black Water Lilies, a superlative new graphic novel from France.
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FRANKLIN BOOTH SILENT SYMPHONY Hardcover Edition
FRANKLIN BOOTH SILENT SYMPHONY Softcover Edition
|Fleskes’ hardcover edition was completely sold out in his Kickstarter offering. But a European distributor gave him a large order for another edition, and we were able to get 100 of these of which we’ve already pre-sold half our copies. Act now.|
|THE ART OF RON COBB |
Recommended. By Jacob Johnston. During his sixty-year career, Ron Cobb started out as a radical underground comics cartoonist, but his far larger claim to fame was his concept art for some of the biggest films in sci-fi cinema. From designing spaceships for Alien, Dark Star, and Firefly and the Delorean from Back to the Future to character designs for Conan the Barbarian and creature concepts for Star Wars and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Ron has left a legacy of artwork behind to inspire future generations of concept artists. Includes exclusive insights from the talent he worked with: James Cameron, Joe Johnston, Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, and Nick Castle. Titan, 2022. ...More.
Item Code: ARTRCH
Hard Cover, 9x12, 208pg, Partial Color
|SKETCHING FROM THE IMAGINATION Magic & Myth |
Highly Recommended. 50 contributors with a dizzying array of styles and backgrounds throw open the doors of their imaginations for all to see the creatures and characters, people and places, and other unheard-of concepts they've created. They share ideas, motivations, creative strokes of genius, or simple chance that lit the fire beneath their imagination. This makes it not only a visual feast of fantastical magic from artists around the world, but also an absorbing and compelling read. 3dtotal Publishing, 2022....More.
Item Code: SCIFW
Soft Cover, 8x9, 320pg, Partial Color
|Here's more fine art books from 3DTotal: The Art of Feefal, the Art of Eliza Ivanova, Mythical Beasts: An Artist’s Field Guide to Designing Fantasy Creatures, Draw What You Love by Simone Grunewald, Character Design 20 and 21, Beyond Art Fundamentals, and The Style of Loish, which has our Highest Recommendation.|
|BLACK WATER LILIES |
Highly Recommended. By Michel Bussi and Fred Duval. Art by Didier Cassegrain. A complex murder mystery with stylish, beautifully painted artwork, from France. Three willful women: "one old and wicked, one young and selfish, and the third in the prime of her life." And a man murdered three ways: stabbed, bludgeoned, and drowned in a stream. The mystery brings brash young InspectorLaurenç from Paris to the postcard-perfect Normandy village of Giverny, home to Impressionist Claude Monet’s gardens and studio. Laurenç soon finds himself head over heels for a pretty schoolteacher — and in over his head. Dider Cassegrain brings Michel Bussi’s bestselling novel to life in lush, delicate watercolors worthy of the famous canvases that lend the book its name: Monet’s immortal Water Lilies. Magnetic Press, 2022....More.
Item Code: BLAWLH
Hard Cover, 9x11, 256pg, Full Color
|BETTIE PAGE The Curse of the Banshee |
Collects #1-5. An all-new Bettie Page series under the guidance of writer Stephen Mooney, ably assisted by artist Jethro "Jet" Morales and the queen of the pin-up herself — Bettie Page! Utilizing several clues found at the ancient Key Artifact site in the Middle Americas, McKnight and Bettie surmise that a Key Artifact has been relocated to an ancient burial site in rural Ireland. There Bettie comes face-to-face with the mysterious shape changing Banshee. 40 pages of regular and variant covers for each issue by Morales, Linsner, Mooney, Ani-Mia (cosplay) and others. Plus Bettie herself, in vintage photos. Dynamite, 2022....More.
Item Code: BETCUR
Comic, 7x10, 136pg, Full Color
|Here's more Bettie, in her previous GNs: Bettie Page Unbound [BPU01. $19.99], Bettie in Hollywood [BP01. $17.99], and her Hollywood Adventures on Murder Island [BETHA. $19.99]. There are also two variants of the Terry Dodson Bettie statue, Oliva Pins, Jim Silke’s Queen of the Nile and original vintage photo collections.|
|MOON KNIGHT Volume 2 |
Collects #7-12, 2021-22 and Devil's Reign. The brilliant new phase of the Moon Knight continues by writer Jed MacKay. How does he fight someone that no one knows? Moon Knight is out for blood, and hits the streets armed with only a name—Zodiac. Marc is soon fighting his way through the super-crime underworld of NYC, looking for answers to a question he’s barely grasped— Marvel, 2022....More.
Item Code: MOONK02
Soft Cover, 7x10, 168pg, Full Color
|#1 is also $17.99. Here are more Moon Knight Omnibus and Epic collections.|
|THE BEST OF EC STORIES Artisan Edition |
Our Highest Recommendation. Reproduced directly from the original art pages, 27 of EC's finest (and complete). From the most shocking to the most exquisitely drawn, here's EC's best work in a handsome thick and affordable edition. Wally Wood’s "My World," Al Williamson’s "Food for Thought," Alex Toth’s "Thunderjet," Joe Orlando’s "Judgment Day," Harvey Kurtzman’s "Corpse on the Imjin" and "Air Burst," Bernie Krigstein’s "Master Race," Jack Davis‘ "Foul Play," four Ray Bradbury adaptions including "A Sound of Thunder" and so many more classics of the form; truly the cream of the crop, the best of the best. IDW, 2022....More.
Item Code: BESEC
Soft Cover, 8x12, 200pg, Partial Color
|HOME TO STAY The Complete Ray Bradbury EC Stories |
Our Highest Recommendation. Introduction by Greg Bear. Commentary by Ted White. All the Ray Bradbury stories adapted by EC (including the unauthorized ones!) for the first time in one volume...oversized in a beautiful deluxe binding. Between 1951 and 1954, EC adapted 28 Bradbury stories, scripted by Al Feldstein and illustrated by all of EC's top artists: Johnny Craig, Reed Crandall, Jack Davis, Will Elder, George Evans, Frank Frazetta, Graham Ingels, Jack Kamen, Bernard Krigstein, Joe Orlando, John Severin, Angelo Torres, Al Williamson, and Wallace Wood. Fantagraphics, 2022....More.
Item Code: HOMEH
Hard Cover, 10x14, 240pg, b&w
|THE EC ARCHIVES CRIME PATROL Volume 1 |
Collects #7 (the first issue)-11, 1948-49. Recommended. By Gardner Fox and Al Feldstein. Presenting tales of horrific crimes, grisly murders, and bizarre homicide cases featuring the artistry of Johnny Craig, Sheldon Moldoff, Ann Brewster, and Stan Ashe. Obviously EC's version of the highly successful Crime Does Not Pay. Introduces "Captain Crime" and contains at least one werewolf story, a hint of things to come at EC! One of EC’s very first titles, from the "Pre-Trend" era of comics first published by M.C. Gaines, and then by Bill Gaines after his father's death in 1947. Dark Horse, 2022. ...More.
Item Code: ECACP01H
Hard Cover, 9x11, 176pgs, Full Color
|Here are more EC Artist Editions, Archives, and the new softcover line.|
|TODD MCFARLANE'S SPIDER-MAN Artist's Edition |
Recommended. Huge oversized volume. Todd McFarlane’s gorgeous work on Spider-Man was nothing less than groundbreaking. His intense version of the web-slinging wallcrawler took the character to new heights, instilling in the character a sense of energy and vitality rarely seen before. First, in The Amazing Spider-Man, written by David Michelinie, and then in a spin-off series, with both story and art by McFarlane. McFarlane took each character and made them his own — Green Goblin, Hobgoblin, Sandman, the Vulture, the Lizard, plus his classic interpretations of the Incredible Hulk and Wolverine! And let’s not forget his alluring Mary Jane! IDW, 2022. Rush Service and International shipping would require an additional charge. ...More.
Item Code: TMSAEH
Hard Cover, 17x24, 192pg, Partial Color
|Here is more by McFarlane. Still in stock is Comic Book Rebels from 1977, signed by McFarlane, Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, Dave McKean, Dave Sim, Will Eisner and others: without slipcase [COMBRS. $150], with slipcase [RB1663. $250]. These are Underwood File Copies.|
|BLACK ADAM Rise and Fall of an Empire |
By Geoff Johns, Morrison, Rucka & Mark Waid. Art by Keith Giffen, Joe Bennett et al. Following the events of Infinite Crisis was a year without Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman...now it's Black Adam as the merciless ruler and protector of the nation of Kahndaq. He's declared an end to the reign of superheroes. But now Adrianna Tomaz, a former refugee, joins Adam and reshapes his goals to become a hero to the world. Freeing enslaved children across Africa, Adam and his newly formed family offer hope to a world in need...but can such change last? Collects the complete black Adam saga from the 52 series. DC Comics, 2022....More.
Item Code: BLAARF
Soft Cover, 7x10, 360pg, Full Color
|MARVEL MASTERWORKS WEREWOLF BY NIGHT Volume 1 |
Collects Marvel Spotlight #2-4, 1971; Werewolf by Night #1-8, 1972; Marvel Team-Up #12, 1972. Recommended. By Gerry Conway and Len Wein. Here is the series that kicked off Marvel’s 1970s horror boom, and now is part of the film universe too. Master of the macabre Mike Ploog delivers some of the greatest artwork of his storied career. Marvel’s most fearsome horror hero debuts. Jack Russell by day, but Werewolf by Night! Immigrated from Eastern Europe as a small child, 18-year-old Russell finds out the hair-raising secret of a family curse that turns all males into werewolves! Marvel, 2022. ...More.
Item Code: MMW01H
Hard Cover, 7x10, 280pg, Full Color
|Alter Ego #77 has a cover feature on Werewolf by Night [AE177. $10.95].|
|CONAN THE BARBARIAN The Original Marvel Years Epic Collection Volume 6|
Vengeance In Asgalun. Collects #72-88, 1977-78. Highly Recommended. By Roy Thomas. Art by John Buscema & Howard Chaykin with Tony DeZuniga. Conan and pirate queen Bêlit continue their quest to reclaim her throne in Asgalun. They must descend deep down the River Styx into Luxur, the capital city of Stygia, land of snake-worshippers, in search of Bêlit’s father. Along the way they’ll encounter raiders off the coast of Shem and the famous (and deadly) Hawk-Riders. Conan encounters the Lost Valley of Iskander as he pursues the powerful Eye of Set and ventures into swamps where a sultry witch and man-dragons threaten to devour him alive! Then, Conan is joined by one of the fiercest allies he’ll ever know — the formidable fighter and skilled mage, Zula! Marvel, 2022....More.
Item Code: CONBE06
Soft Cover, 7x10, 328pg, Full Color
|CONAN THE BARBARIAN The Original Marvel Years Omnibus Volume 8 |
Recommended. Collects Conan the Barbarian #195-213 & more, 1987-88. In the late ‘80s, artist Val Semeiks took the reins on Conan the Barbarian, injecting a powerful new energy into the series. Semeiks’ work was a force multiplier for the latter half of Christopher Priest’s era-defining run. Together, they crafted one of the greatest Conan epics of all time, a massive story line building to issue #200 and a showdown with the Devourer of Souls. As the Devourer reveals his final gambit, drawing upon the power of the Elder Gods, Conan must seek aid from one whose name even he dreads: Thulsa Doom! Also featuring the return of Red Sonja, the acclaimed "Heku Trilogy" and early work by Andy Kubert. By Crom! Marvel, 2022....More.
Item Code: CONB08H
Hard Cover, 7x11, 624pg, Full Color
|Here are more Conan Omnibus editions and epic editions, and also new graphic novels like The Cimmerian.|
|DISNEY MASTERS Volume 21 Mickey Mouse The Monster of Sawtooth Mountain |
Collected from Walt Disney's Comics & Stories #226-248, 1959-61. Recommended. By Paul Murray. Mickey's adventure stories were a back-up to Carl Barks' Ducks in Walt Disney's, but they were actually very good and at long last are collected here. All illustrated by Paul Murry, who set the Mickey style for a decade or more. Here are eight wild adventure stories, taking place the world over, serialized over three issues each. Fantagraphics, 2022....More.
Item Code: DM21H
Hard Cover, 8x11, 184pg, Full Color
|Here are more Disney Masters editions.|
|THE MYTHOLOGY CLASS Where Philippine Legends Become Reality |
Nearly 350 pages! Winner of the National Book graphic novel award, 2000. Immerse yourself in a high-stakes fantasy adventure set in the Philippines! This Philippine National Book Award winner fuses traditional myth and magic with contemporary action. Borrowing elements from The Lord of the Rings and The Phantom Tollbooth, author and creator Arnold Arre reinvents age-old Filipino fables, constructing a rich world of fantasy and adventure for a new generation. Tuttle, 2022....More.
Item Code: MYTCP
Soft Cover, 7x10, 368pg, b&w
|GENIUS, ISOLATED The Life and Art of Alex Toth |
Our Highest Recommendation. By Dean Mullaney and Bruce Canwell. Now in paperback, this biography was compiled with complete access to Toth's archives and with the full cooperation of Toth's family. Rare comics pages from the original art, photographs, and drawings. It also reproduces 20 complete stories, including a previously unknown and unfinished story from 1950, most from the original artwork. Updates include clarification on Toth's early married life in the 1950s and the first appearance of the recently discovered final page that completes the special section collecting Jon Fury, the comic strip Toth created in the army, a prize long sought by even the most ardent Toth collectors. IDW, 2022....More.
Item Code: GENIAT
Soft Cover, 9x12, 328pg, Partial Color
|ALEX TOTH BRAVO FOR ADVENTURE Artist's Edition 2nd Printing |
New Printing. Highly Recommended. Of every comics story Alex Toth ever drew, the only one that he kept the complete original art for was Bravo for Adventure. This is a virtual "how-to" course in drawing comics. We see how he would draw all the detail in a scene, from thumbnails to pencils to inks — only to black it out in order to focus the reader's eye on what really counted. Also included are variant versions of the Bravo saga, dozens of never-before-seen pencil roughs, preliminary drawings, and story fragments, and twelve pages of Toth's own coloring for an edition that never saw print — until now. IDW, 2022....More.
Item Code: ATBAEH
Hard Cover, 12x17, 136pg, Partial Color
|Here is more by Toth: His Roy Rogers, Glamour Int’l, Treasures Retold, and out of print editions.|
Here's another batch of 30 items that are going away soon, down to just one, two or three copies left. You can now see the latest 3…2…1 items in a new section on our website, called ALMOST GONE, at the top of the home page, right next to CLOSEOUTS. We are continuously adding to our Imperfect Editions sections as well.
|BLUE BOLT TALES OF TERROR Volume 1 |
Collects #108, 110, 112, 116, 118, and 119, 1951-53. Recommended. All covers by L.B. Cole. Art by Basil Wolverton, Wally Wood, Jay Disbrow, Rudy Palais et al. A wild configuration of reprinted and new stories make these true pre-code classics. L.B. Cole turn in more of his wildest covers; Wolverton's Spacehawk comes back from the early 1940s, as does the original Blue Bolt, a superhero created by Simon & Kirby but here by another artist. Wally Wood's "The White Spirit" appears in the final issue, and Disbrow contributes six all-new horror stories. Plus a mashup of more horror, science fiction and super hero (Sub-Zero, Phantom Sub, Target and the Targeteers, Torpedoman) stories. PS Artbooks, 2022....More.
Item Code: BLUB01
Soft Cover, 7x10, 216pg, Full Color
|ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN Volume 17 |
Collects #96-101, May-October 1958. Highly Recommended. Another round up of all's that good in these wonderful 1950's issues from ACG and editor Richard Hughes. Science fiction, fantasy, the supernatural, and the unexplained... The artists are even better than usual: John Buscema and Al Williamson each contribute a story, while the regulars abound: Ogden Whitney, Edmond Goode, John Forte, Pete Costanza, John Rosenberger, Creig Flessel, Harry Lazarus, Emil Gershwin, Paul Reinman and Bob Jenney. PS Artbooks, 2022....More.
Item Code: ADU17
Soft Cover, 7x10, 216pg, Full Color
|Yes, #18 was announced earlier and is in stock at $26.99. PS shipped these out of order to us. Click here for previous softcover editions, and also newly back in stock earlier editions on sale.|
|OUT OF THIS WORLD ADVENTURES Volumes 1 & 2 Flipbook |
Collects #1-2, 1950-51. Highly Recommended. The wonderful folk at PS Artbooks bring you two complete issues of a pulp which also featured full color comics — in the flip book format with 264 pages. Comic stories are "Kenton of the Space Patrol," "Lunar Station" and "Man-Eating Lizards" by the legendary Joe Kubert with able assists by John Giunta, and two episodes of an early Conanesque tryout, "Crom the Barbarian" by famed writer Gardner Fox and Giunta. Complemented by prose sci-fi stories from Lester del Rey, Ray Cummings, Basil Wells, A. Bertram Chandler and A.E. Van Vogt, among others. PS Artbooks, 2022....More.
Item Code: OUTA
Soft Cover, 7x10, 264pg, Full Color
|No hardcover announced. We suspect this will only be done in softcover since it’s a unique project and extra thick.|
|STARTLING TERROR TALES Volume 1 |
Collects #10, 12, 13, 4&5 (#1-5), 1952-53. Recommended. All cover by L.B. Cole. Art by Jay Disbrow, Matt Baker, Wood/Harrison et al. Horror, Jo-Jo Jungle King, a book-length adaptation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (by Wood/Harrison), violent crime and more. Publisher Star didn't have much budget, so they reprinted many stories from earlier Fox comics. But then they had Jay Disbrow do new lead stories, and the notorious L.B. Cole created some of the most highly collectible covers ever on pre-code comics. That's what we have here! PS Artbooks, 2022....More.
Item Code: PSST01
Soft Cover, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color
|No hardcover has yet been announced. This may only be available in softcover.|
|CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS Volume 5 |
Collects Dell's Combat #1-5, 1961-62. Variant John F. Kennedy cover. Recommended. Remarkable accounts of some of the fiercest battles in World War II: "Get the Bismark!" "Pearl Harbor." "The Death March of Bataan." "Lt. John F. Kennedy, USNR," the story of President Kennedy on PT Boat 109. The great "Desert Fox" falls before the surging onslaught of British might! And all featuring the stunning artwork of the great Sam Glanzman! "Pearl Harbor" recounts how the Japanese lost 28 planes, while the U.S. lost half of its entire Pacific Fleet — in 120 minutes ! PS Artbooks, 2022. ...More.
Item Code: PCAD05
Soft Cover, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color
|Also available in hardcover with a different cover [PCAD05H. $46.99]|
|SILVER AGE CLASSICS: MYSTERIES OF UNEXPLORED WORLDS Volume 5 Hardcover |
Collects #21-25, 1960-61. Recommended. Steve Ditko stories in all but one issue; covers on four! One of Charlton’s longest running titles, this ran for nine years from 1956 to 1965. Fantasy-supernatural, horror tales and science fiction stories with work by Dick Giordano, Bill Molno, Bill Fraccio, Bill Montes,and Charles Nicholas. All here, reproduced completely from cover to cover as they should be! PS Artbooks, 2022. ...More.
Item Code: SAMUW05H
Hard Cover, 7x10, 184pg, Full Color
|Also available in softcover, with a variant cover by Steve Ditko [SAMUW05. $29.99]|
|SILVER AGE CLASSICS: STRANGE SUSPENSE STORIES Volume 5 Hardcover |
Collects #38-42, 1958-59. Recommended. Charlton's not-to-be-underestimated Strange Suspense Stories boasted a huge roster creative of talents: Dick Giordano, Gene Colan, Sol Brodsky, Bill Molno, Rocco Mastroserio, Charles Nicholas, Tony Talarico, Bill Fraccio, Matt Baker. And of course Steve Ditko whose moody, individualistic touch came to dominate Charlton's supernatural titles. But before his Marvel fame, Charlton's shining light, Steve Ditko was at his best in this run of Strange Suspense Stories. He's in three issues here, with wonderful covers on two issues. In #39, he draws all FIVE stories. PS Artbooks, 2022. ...More.
Item Code: PCSS05H
Hard Cover, 7x10, 216pg, Full Color
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|EERIE COMICS #1 1947 Replica Edition |
Recommended. It was January 1947 that the first real, indisputable supernatureal horror comic came along: Eerie Comics #1, published by Avon. Behind a striking cover by Rudy Palais lay "The Eyes of the Tiger" by Bob Fuji featuring a pet tiger who gets his first taste for blood, "Dead Man’s Tale" by Jon Small, story of a bottle that gave Myron Morgan wealth and how he died when it was destroyed, and "The Man-Eating Lizards" by Joe Kubert — when a plane goes down in the ocean, the surviving crew members find themselves on an island of giant, man-eating lizards. And "The Strange Case of Henpecked Harry" by Fred Kida, tells how Harry Horton plots the death of his wife, only to be driven mad by the guilt. PS Artbooks, 2022. ...More.
Item Code: ECM01
Squarebound, 7x10, 36pg, Full Color
|SCREAM MAGAZINE #2 Replica Edition |
By Al Hewetson. Skywald's 1973 issue includes ten complete stories, including "The Pit and the Pendulum" by Edgar Allan Poe. Lady Satan's origin by drawn by Ricardo Villamonte. "The Thing in the Black Dress" by Suso, an exceptional artist whose bio is included. "The Vampire Letters" by Emilio Bernado! And all reproduced here completely like the original comic magazine. Don't hang around, these horrors will be gone by sunrise! PS Artbooks, 2022....More.
Item Code: SCRE02
Magazine, 7x10, 68pg, b&w
|#1 is available [SCRE01. $18.99]. Here are more Replica editions from PS and others.|
Sorayama: Complete Masterworks is available in a new printing with a new red cover. We had issues with bent corners on the last edition; this one also has covers that extend beyond the contents (Japan style) but this time they came in with no issues, nice and unbent!
Extra Petite P***y Girls is back in print in a revised and larger-size edition. It sold out late last year.
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|ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY SPECIAL #16 The Modesty Blaise Artists |
Recommended. Another fine book in this excellent series, this time with a comprehensive look at all the artists that have depicted Modesty Blaise. Jim Holdaway, Enric Romero, John M Burns, Patrick Wright, Neville Colvin, Gerald Lip to Dick Giordano ... plus numerous paperback cover artists. Packed with superb examples of all the artists' work, fascinating articles and never before seen script to sketch comparisons, insights and never before seen visuals of Modesty. Book Palace, 2022. Due: Dec. ...More.
Item Code: IQS16
Soft Cover, 9x11, 160pg, Partial Color
|Also from Book Palace: The Illustrators Quarterly Special – Art of Glamour is back in stock now in a new printing [IQS13. $44.99]. Also back in stock is The Edgar Rice Burroughs Special Issue [IQS14. $38.99]. Here is more from Book Palace.|
Patrick O’Brien’s Navy
Frank R. Paul
Spectrum 1 Hardcover
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Playboy 40 Years
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We took delivery on the Brad Kunkle book regular edition last weekend and it will begin shipping out next week. The signed edition is being signed shortly, and it will be a little longer until they get to us.
Lupente: Flesk Artist Showcase was saved as a surprise with little advance fanfare. It kicks off a new series with art by several illustrators; this issue features five women, including Stephanie Law, whose book Descants & Cadences signed we carry [DESCS. $35]. Also featured is work by Julia Blattman, Karla Ortiz, Virginie Ropars, and Erica Williams. Watch for our unveiling of this in mid-October. We will have it in Publisher Limited Hardcover and softcover editions.
One more week. With 50+ titles to deal with it’s taken us until this week to get them all up on the website. By the time you click on this, all new sale titles should be up on our website.
Upcoming Shows this Fall
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Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair October 8-9, with vintage illustrated books and a small assortment of vintage comics and underground comix and more
Sacramento Book Fair October 15
Berkeley Comic Show November 5th – mostly vintage comics, Gold & Silver, plus a few new books
55th California International Antiquarian Book Fair, Pasadena, February 10-12, 2023
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