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New!

The great maverick director SAMUEL FULLER’s legendary 1940s crime novel.

Unavailable for decades.

Never published in the UK before.

Featuring a new introduction by WIM WENDERS

Read an extract from the introduction and an excerpt from the novel in the 'Books' section.

Available here

 

 

Also at kinglybooks.com ~

Currently in the gallery a series of images from Sam Fuller's films, curated by Damien Love, editor-in-chief of the Kingly Reprieve series.

While you're in the gallery, check out the archive, currently hosting eleven (11!) previous exhibitions including Ronald Searle's 40s and 50s book covers; one-panel stories and photo-stories by Chris Reynolds; John Bagnall's Get A Trade drawings; images from Val Lewton's Cat People, articles on Yma Sumac, the Archies, Tav Falco and Moe Tucker from Hairy Hi-Fi magazine; Marc Baines' record sleeves; a tribute to giants of 60s pop culture Jack Kirby and Brian Wilson; and posters from legendary Glasgow club nights at the Salty Cellar.


Because you demanded 'em - two tales of Primitif by Ed Pinsent - Sting Of The Arrow and Land of the Dead, back to back in one book.

Read reviews and see sample pages in the books section.

Primitif is available by cheque from our shop or by paypal direct from Ed at his Sound Projector site.

John Bagnall's latest mini-comic 'Bushels of Coalsmoke' is now available from his website - 'John Bagnall - Pleasantly Musty Comics and Anachronistic Illustrations'.

You might also want to take a look at John's blog, Bagnall's Retreat. Recent posts discuss hand painted shop signs, kitchen sink artist John Bratby and feast days and highlight John's comics, including the recent Pope In The Bathroom.


Rachel Cattle's creepy tabloid-size comic The Darkness is out now and available from our shop or from Amazon. More info and reviews on the Book pages and more of Rachel's work can be seen on her excellent website.

Rachel also appears in Arty no.21, is the featured artist in Running Amok no.8 and exhibits her drawings regularly in London...


Chris Reynolds' on-line magazine Metro Poppyfield, showcases his comics, short stories, novel serialisation, paintings and images from the travels of the MetroPoppyCar. He's also published several comics collections and prose novels, all available as PDFs or print-on-demand books through Lulu.com, including a new edition of The Dial and Other Stories, formerly a Kingly Book.

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