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Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melniboné is a classic.
His clashes with immortals and monsters began in 1961. Del Rey
Books is publishing new editions of all the Elric stories, in
collections like their Conan series. Elric: Stealer of Souls
is the first.
is giving away three (3) autographed copies of Elric: Stealer
of Souls. You can pry a copy of your very own from our steely
grasp. Here's how you do so.
Send your name and your address to RevolutionSF's
webmaster. And then you're done.
We will select three names from that batch, and then you will
have the classic heroic fantasy delivered right to your house.
You don't even have to talk to another human. (Elric would prefer
it that way.)
The first volume features original Elric stories from Science
Fantasy magazine, previously published as The Stealer
of Souls (1963) and Stormbringer (1977), as well
as a new introduction and material new to the collection.
The cover and interior illustrations are by John Picacio,
who illustrated Moorcock's work on Tales from the Texas Woods
(1997), Wizardry and Wild Romance (2004) and The
Metatemporal Detective (2007).
About the new series, Michael Moorcock says, "The new
Del Rey books are going to be stunning. If anything, John Picacio's
interiors are better than his cover. The other artists are at
the top of their form."
Inside 'Elric: Stealer of Souls'
And on that note, RevolutionSF is proud to present this preview
of John Picacio's art
for Elric: Stealer of
Souls. Click any thumbnail to see the full version.
Elric the Damned
Elric Summons the Wind Giant
Elric and Cymoril
The Fire Giant
Elric and the Horn of Fate
The Clakars Attack!
Now available from Bantam/Del Rey
All illustrations © 2008 John Picacio. Elric of Melniboné
© 2008 Michael Moorcock. Now
available from Bantam/Del Rey.