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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

PULP NOW: THE REAL GREEN HORNET!

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  1. It's always clunky when the publisher has to make room for both the character AND the title on the cover. Even worse when another writer is continuing a famous character started by a famous author. Probably the longest cover bits I've seen were during the James Bond revival in the 80's. The first book's cover was crowded with: "Ian Fleming's Master Spy James Bond in LICENSE RENEWED, by John Gardner". After all that, there was barely room for a tiny picture of Bond in the cover's bottom right corner!

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