Gollancz, Slipcase of the Bored of the Rings set In case you bought the Tolkien parodies loose you can now house them in the decorated slipcase. Slipcase of the Barry Trotter set In case you bought the Barry Trotter books loose you can now house them in the decorated slipcase. The Best of Private Eye. All kind of funny bits from this British magazine, including a short parody of The Hobbit. An unauthorised parody of The Silmarillion.
Cold Spring Press, Firebird, Revised and updated edition. Calgary, Not to be taken entirely serious. The Roots of Modern Fantasy.
Middle Earth at the comic book store Tuesday
Dave Bischoff, J. Tolkien University New Jersey, Story about a sceenwriter who has to write a story about a magicians university named after Tolkien, set in an imaginary world. The Runic Nights. A Runic Knights Adventure. Drunk'n Dwarf Comix, Comic on the hobbit Alexxca, searching for her lost brother Gorrdo.
New York, Illustrated by Tom Sutton. An Inklings Novel.
The Wobbit give-away contest
Ignatius, Signed by the author. Luna Press, Cover by Jay Johnstone. A parody of The Lord of the Rings. Dramatic Publishing Co, Stage version of The Hobbit , approved by Tolkien. Travel brochure Welcome to the Lands of the Elves King!
Mirkwood has never been so fun! Travel brochure Welcome in the Land of the Shire!
Travel brochure Welcome to the Lands of Mordor! Sauron's Realm has never looked so good! Travel brochure All Aboard! Fantastic Elven Cruises!
Travel brochure Minas Morgul Ski Vacation! Travel brochure Journey to the Lands of Rohan! Middle-earth passport Desolation of Smaug Productions, A Tale of the Shire of Middle-earth. Illustrated short story, set in The Shire.
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