c4rlh:

Stephen King - Spine view, the original dark tower UK first edition series of books in tall paperback format. They were not released in hardback versions in the UK. There was a large publishing gap between the third and fourth books and the publisher moved from Sphere to Hodder and Staunton during this time. The Sphere tall paperbacks were slightly shorter as can be seen from this view.

The gunslinger
The drawing of the three
The waste lands
Wizard and glass
Wolves of the calla
Song of Susannah
The dark tower

My self-made Captain America Shield

wtfiffi:

My friend Beccy and I were talking about the unsurpassable awesomeness of the MCU the other day. During the conversation, the idea of us cosplaying as Steven Rogers and Bucky (Beccy) Barnes came up and that’s how I got inspired to build myself a shield.

First of all I watched some tutorials…

Okay so Stephen King played only a small, albeit important, role in this. But it should have more notes.

c4rlh:

Stephen King - The original dark tower series of books in slipcases for the grant first edition special and artist editions. Front view.

The gunslinger
The drawing of the tree
The waste lands
Wizard and glass
Wolves of the calla
Songs of Susannah
The dark tower

I’m starting to hate you a little

c4rlh:

Stephen King - Danse Macabre. UK and US first edition, first printing of the trade editions. Both first editions are hard to come across due to the relatively small initial print run of this non-fiction book.

The unusual thing about this book is that both the US and UK covers are identical.