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THE DARK MAN. AN ILLUSTRATED POEM. REMARQUED & SLIPCASED
Seventy Full Page Illustrations by artist Glenn Chadbourne!
This edition features original color artwork by Glenn Chadbourne on the whole front endpage, from top to bottom, of this edition. This is original color artwork for each edition ordered with subtle ideas incorporated into every edition to make your copy unique.
Mr. Chadbourne takes time with each and every art Remarque he produces and this makes your copy very unique. Mr. Chadbourne also personally signs each completed piece on the page.
This purchase includes:
To artist Glenn Chadbourne's
Stephen King Remarque Series!
Subscribe and receiver the SAME NUMBER for each unique Stephen King Remarque edition artist Glenn Chadbourne produces. Each copy is unique and personally HAND DRAWN on YOUR COPY!
TO SUBSCRIBE please start your purchase with CARRIE at the 1/100 subscription price and put “Subscribe Chadbourne Remarque’s” in your memo when you check out and we will confirm your order and exclusive number in the series, and notify you when the next book is ready for shipment.
"Randall Flagg came to me when I wrote a poem called 'The Dark Man' when I was a junior or senior in college. It came to me out of nowhere, this guy in cowboy boots who moved around on the roads, mostly hitchhiking at night, always wore jeans and a denim jacket. I wrote the poem in the college restaurant on the back of a placemat, but that guy never left my mind."
— Stephen King
Stephen King first wrote about the Dark Man in college after he envisioned a faceless man in cowboy boots and jeans and a denim jacket forever walking the roads. Later this dark man would come to be known around the world as one of King's greatest villains, Randall Flagg, but at the time King only had simple questions on his mind: where was this man going? What had he seen and done? What terrible things...?
I have ridden rails...
More than forty years after Stephen King first wrote his breathtaking poem "The Dark Man," Glenn Chadbourne set out to answer those questions in this World's First Edition hardcover featuring more than 70 full-page illustrations from the talented artist behind The Secretary of Dreams.
Sealed upon receipt here and sent well packed for delivery.
2013 Hard cover with original remarque.
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