Be one of only 100 collectors to own this special item from the Master of Modern Horror.
Personally signed by Stephen King and Bernie Wrightson on a special limitation page.
For the serious collector of fine books. Presenting an item that will enjoy a special status in your library. Number 51 of only 100 in this Collector's State, with an original signed b/w pencil drawing by Bernie Wrightson. Over sized book. Land of Enchantment, copyright 1983. 114 pages.
"Cycle of the Werewolf" is a single story by King, issued in a limited
edition with illustrations by Berni Wrightson, who had collaborated
with King on
Creepshow. Clean presentable signature in blue and black pen. Matching original slipcase.
You may also be interested in these Cycle of the Werewolf signed books.
Near Fine dust jacket/Fine book in Fine slipcase. The
binding is uniform and tight. Light dust-jacket wear with some fading to spine. Slipcase has minor wear to corners/edges. Pages crisp
and clean, with no markings, writings, or stampings. No attached
bookplates or signs of any removed. No ripped or creased pages. A
well-cared for book, bright dust jacket with art work not faded. Free
of tobacco odors and stains. An original hardcover collectible, worthy
of your Stephen King library. Now in a clear Mylar jacket protector
. The werewolf illustration is in perfect condition.
Additional Book Info
Height: 7.5 in.
Width: 4.8 in.
Thickness: 0.5 in.
The isolated Maine village of Tarker
Mills is terrorized by the horrifying bloodthirsty creature stalking its
inhabitants at the time of the full moon.
Originally conceived as a story-calendar, "Cycle of the
Werewolf" grew to be a beautifully illustrated novella in 12 segments about
Marty Coslaw, a young boy who must convince the townspeople of Tarker's Mills
that there is a werewolf in their midst.
TERROR BEGAN IN JANUARY--BY THE LIGHT OF THE FULL MOON...
The first scream came from the snowbound railwayman who felt the fangs ripping at his throat.
The next month there was a scream of ecstatic agony from the woman attacked in her snug bedroom.
Now scenes of unbelieving horror come each time the full moon shines on the isolated Maine town of Tarker Mills.
No one knows who will be attacked next.
But one thing is sure.
When the moon grows fat, a paralyzing fear sweeps through Tarker Mills. for snarls that sound like human words
can be heard whining through the wind. And all around are the footprints of a monster whose hunger cannot be sated...
Cycle of the Werewolf
is a horror novel released in 1983 by Stephen King, featuring
illustrations by renowned comic book artist Bernie Wrightson. 127 pages
long, each chapter is a short story unto itself. This book is geared
for short story classic horror enthusiasts.
The novel came about when King was asked to write 12
"chapters" of a short story to go along with a werewolf-themed
illustrated calendar. King being King, however, the story became much
longer than could fit in the calendar format. The project was
eventually abandoned and the story was published in novel form instead.
The story was adapted for the screen as Silver Bullet. The film was released in 1985 starring Corey Haim and Gary Busey, directed by Dan Attias, from a screenplay by King.