I remember a few blurry details of some of the comics. I can't remember if there were recurring characters or if it was broken up into different stories.
The last time I saw this thing was probably at least fifteen years ago when I was 11 years old, so the details are VERY hazy. I remember it was awesome though, in terms of the sci-fi stories and the art. It was my dad's book which he gave to me but in moving house, family breaking up etc, it's been lost.
It really would mean a lot to me if Reddit could help me find it. I believe in you Reddit!
EDIT: Oh yeah, forgot to mention, I've Googled it quite a few times over the years and the result Tom Corbett: Space Cadet comes up a lot. Unfortunately this is not the thing I'm talking about.
Update: These have found a home. Thanks for the interest, folks!
Apologies if this sort of post isn't allowed here.
It's time for me to downsize my shelves. I have a set of the three hardback versions of the Baroque Cycle (before it was split up into 9 in later editions) that I'd like to send to a good home. I don't want money for them - just looking to send them along. You pay shipping and they're yours. I have some other NS books I can also add in if interested, but they're not as "special" as my metallic beauties.
The catch is that I live in a very rural area. USPS is really my only good shipping option. If anyone is interested, DM me.
I'm considering getting a smaller sized hardback and am thinking of one of these (to potentially replace my paperback set of LOTR+Hobbit, or just as a complement).
Does anyone have both of these, and if so how do they compare for quality and text size for readability?
Hey im looken to round out my 8th ed book collection with the dwarf , dark elf , warriors of chaos , and daemons, army books in good condition as well as the hardback versions of the endtimes books (besides archaon already got that) thx for cheaking out my post! Have a nice day!
EDIT 1: made a deal for a dark elf book so no longer need one but also for got i need lizardmen 8th ed all also
We recently downsized our book collection and we have several hundred (probably 500-600) books to give away...most of them are hardbacks, some of them are actually autographed, and they range from gardening, cooking, history, lots of fiction, and some other categories I can't really recall.
We previously gave away 300-500 to the library, but they are no longer accepting donations due to Covid. We reached out to a couple other non-profits in our area that have libraries, and none of them so much as even got back to us (a little disappointing that).
I understand that a local Habitat type place that accepts donations which they sell for the local animal shelter will accept books, but I kinda feel that they will likely languish in that place, only to be thrown away when they don't move (I could be wrong).
So, long story short (yeah, yeah, too late, haha) anyone have any suggestions of some charities that might be interested in such a thing?
Selling an assortment of Trade Paperbacks and Hardcovers from Image, Marvel, Boom, and IDW. All books in Very Fine or like new condition.
All TPB are $5 (US) plus shipping. Hardcover prices are listed
Saga Vol 1
Saga Vol 2
Saga Vol 3
Outcast Vol 1
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Vol 5
Tokyo Ghost Vol 1
Tokyo Ghost Vol 2
Sex Criminals Vol 1
Amazing Spider-Man: Matters of Life And Death
Superior Foes of Spider-Man Vol 3
New Avengers Vol 3
Miss Marvel Vol 9
Captain Marvel Vol 2
Transformers: Robots in Disguise Vol 1
Transformers: Robots in Disguise Vol 2
Transformers: Robots in Disguise Vol 4
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Vol 1
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Vol 2
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Vol 3
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Vol 4
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Vol 6
Uncanny X-Force, Otherworld; $10
Transformers: The IDW Collection Vol 5; $25
I released my novel back in November, it people have actually come to me and requested a hardback version! I codling be more excited, it just blows me away that role enjoyed it enough that they want a hardback - whether to read or collect. It’s just so mind-blowing 🤯
STORY ABOUT ANIMALS PLAYING THE PIANO?! hi I’m desperate to find this book! it has multiple children’s fairytales in it like jack and the bean stock, red riding hood and another story about animals playing the piano? (Which is hilarious that’s the reason I’m looking, both my grandad and myself used to read it every day I’m laughing fits before bedtime) i read this as a little girl with my grandad (around 12 years ago now) and I can’t seem to find the book. I think I gave it to another younger family member! I’m sure it has a purple spine, white cover with illustrations on the front with gold writing! Thanks
I've searches and gooogled and I can't seem to find an answer for this.
I've wanted to get the physical books for a while and I keep getting stuck on what editions to get. I have Mistborn and Warbringer in the UK paperback editions and unfortunately SA is splitted into separate books for part 1 and 2 (which I cannot stand). So I think my only option is hardback.
Do anyone of you know if the UK hardback editions have illustrations?
Idk why so many people prefer hardback books. They tend to be physically larger both thicker and aren't usually smaller sizes like paperback. Also when reading them I can easily bend it or have it in more possible positions for reading. Also it's just more comfortable to read with. Lastly they are almost always cheaper and you don't have some flimsy paper cover to worry about losing/tearing.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on the matter tho!
I can't seem to find any witcher books in hardback. I managed to find one for the Last Wish and I was planning buying the rest in hardback. Do they even exist or is The Last Wish the only hardback made?
Very cool release, I'm sure this is a limited edition, not sure how many
So about 15 years ago I bought a 1963 print of 1984. I was told about a year later that it is a copy that shouldn't exist as the publisher burnt down that year, I have tried to get this verified a few times to no avail lending more to that belief. (No ISBN as ISBN was introduced in 1964) Its a 1963 hardback uniform edition of George Orwell's 1984 with the original dust sleeve. The pages are slightly yellowed due to age, but it's in great condition. Could anyone please offer advice?
I love this story. From the way new mysteries pop up, to the certain realism within its world, to the characters (except THE CURSED ONE), to the power balances etc.
I honestly think it deserves a spot in my library as a hardback copy like other great literary works. I have never purchased light novels so i don't know if they do hardback, is it a thing?
If not, is there a way around to getting one? (probably more than one since the whole story won't fit in 1 book).