The Drive In 1 & 2 by Joe R. Lansdale Signed and Numbered for The Overlook Connection Press and Bookstore. This set is #88 of 200. Both books and slipcover are in very good condition. Both books are the first mass market editions, as stated on title page, with full number lines.
I would find other copies to read and store these someplace safe and climate-controlled. This is the rarest item in my collection. I can't find a single other one online anywhere.
Consequently, I have no idea how to price it. I feel that any edition of a book from a popular author with only 200 printed is exceedingly rare.In this special signed and numbered edition, I feel I have priced them more than fairly and, honestly, they may be worth much more if I took them to a specialty dealer/shop. What I do know is that for the serious Lansdale collector, this might be the Holy Grail. Imagine a jam-packed drive-in on a Saturday night.
You're kicking back in your car with the popcorn and enjoying a good old-fashioned scary monster movie when, suddenly, the drive-in itself becomes the movie, with all its attendance thrills. When a group of friends decided to spend a day at the world's largest Drive-In theater horror fest, they expected to see tons of bloody murders, rampaging madmen, and mayhem-but only on the screen. As a mysterious force traps all the patrons inside the Drive-In, the worst in humanity comes out. Filled with Lansdale's razor whit and black humor, The Drive-In is a darkly humorous masterpiece! About The Drive In 2.
Just when they thought it was safe to leave the drive-in, the survivors of the Orbit's weekly All-Night Horror Show discover that their old world has been reduced to a single cracked highway, surrounded on all sides by a prehistoric jungle filled with man-eating dinosaurs. For a while, Jack and his friends are content to make the best of life in the Stone Age -- until they meet a sexy martial arts expert from Nacogdoches Texas, named Grace who wants to find out what's at the end of the road. Now things really get weird as they encounter a town where public suicide is encouraged, a forest of old movie posters, movie mags, and carnivorous film, and Popalong Cassidy -- a man-monster cowboy with a television head and a taste for human munchies -- whose church of film and pain is presided over by the alien drive-in gods: the Producer and the Great Director. Even more outrageous than the horrifying original. Is a delightfully down-and-dirty romp through the dark backcountry of our own imagination: the kind of stuff that nightmares -- and B movies -- are made of.It truly is not just another one of them sequels. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "bookman67" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.