Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Happy St. Patrick's Day from Anita Blake

The Dabel Brothers/Marvel book Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Guilty Pleasures (adapted from a book by the same name written by Laurel K. Hamilton) has been fairly popular with fans of Hamilton's books, and a few other comic book readers too. They have done some limited edition prints that I hear have been very popular. We received some a while ago from Marvel and gave a bunch away. Now they have a limited edition Phillip "the vampire junky" print available for St. Patrick's day, with Phillip dressed as a leprechaun sitting on a toad stool (without pants) as drawn by Brett Booth. It's kind of cool, but kind of weird - I think the lack of pants makes it seem wrong to me.

The article goes on to say that these prints will become a monthly series, available on the Dabel Brothers web site. Retail stores can order the prints too, at wholesale prices. We probably won't because the fans here aren't that die-hard, but you can contact your local LCS to see if they're going to have them, if you are interested.

Details on ordering:

The print will go on sale on the Dabel Brothers Productions website (http://www.dabelbrothers.com) at noon EST on Wednesday, March 14th, and should offer fans of the series the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day*. And the timing is important, because the first twenty-five customers to purchase a print will receive one that is personally signed by Laurel K. Hamilton!

The print will measure 18x24 and be printed on a sturdy, glossy paper, suitable for framing, at the lovely price of $14.99. Customers will also be able to purchase February’s print, featuring the exotic male vampire dancer, Aubrey, in all his glory. Best of all, during the entire month of March, both prints can be purchased together for the one-time price of $24.99!

*Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for shipping. Autographed prints may require additional time. All customers will be notified by email when their order has shipped. For more details, please visit the Dabel Brothers Productions website.

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