Description: This special deluxe edition of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley features an introduction by Dean Koontz, an Essay by Ray Garton, and a Word From The Publisher!
This edition also features:
- Bound In Goatskin Leather!
- 11 Glenn Chadbourne interior illustrations
- 1 Keith Minnion color illustration
- Endpaper & signature page art by Alex McVey
- Silver Gilt Pages
- Silver Foil Stamping
- Satin Ribbon Marker
- Special Leather Traycase with art print in lid
Best of all … Each book has an original one-of-a-kind Glenn Chadbourne remarque (drawing) on back of each signature page. This makes each book a true one-of-a-kind collectible.
Frankenstein is a true horror classic and is rumored to have been inspired by some of the same works that inspired Bram Stoker to write the best known vampire novel of all time, Dracula!
Frankenstein, first published in 1818 anonymously, tells the story of a scientist who learns how to reanimate flesh and creates a being in the likeness of man out of body parts taken from the dead. Frankenstein is one of the most famous horror novels of all time and this version is not to be missed!
This edition of Frankenstein contains a huge amount of artwork by three exciting artists and will be limited to 200 copies, all signed by Ray Garton, Alex McVey, Keith Minnion, and Glenn Chadbourne, along with a cool leather traycase made from 2 different leathers “rough stitched” together.
You can place your order through Cemetery Dance here: Frankenstein
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