‘The Michael Moorcock Library’

The Michael Moorcock Library

London: Titan Comics hardcovers

Listed below in order of publication
(Click here for alphabetical order)

1st April, 2015
(dated “March” on copyright page)
Elric Of Melniboné;
graphic adaptation by Roy Thomas (script) and P. Craig Russell & Michael T. Gilbert (credited as Michael T. Davis on copyright page) (art);
(originally published in six parts [q.v.] by Pacific Comics, 1983/’84)
reproduces the comics, thus excluding added &/or redrawn pages from previous omnibus editions;
original price:  £18·99;
176 pages;

includes Introduction (non-fiction) by Moorcock;
I.S.B.N.:  97817827628814;
cover artists:  Russell.

(+ later reprint[s], £26·99)

9th August, 2016
(dated “July” on copyright page)
Elric: The Dreaming City;
graphic adaptation by Roy Thomas (script) & P. Craig Russell (art);
(originally published [q.v.] by Marvel, 1982)
original price:  £10·99;
64 pages;

includes ‘Introduction: Conan, Elric, And Me’ (non-fiction) by Thomas;
I.S.B.N.:  9781785853340;

cover artists:  Russell.

(+ later reprint[s], £14·99)

11th January, 2017
(dated “November 2016” on copyright page)
Elric: The Weird Of The White Wolf;
graphic adaptation by Roy Thomas (script) and P. Craig Russell, Michael T. Gilbert & George Freeman (art);
(originally published in five parts by First Publishing, 1986/’87)
original price (omnibus):  £22·99;
152 pages;

includes Introduction (non-fiction) by Mike Friedrich;
I.S.B.N.:  9781782762904;

cover artists:  Gilbert.

13th February, 2018
The Chronicles Of Corum  The Knight Of The Swords;
graphic adaptation by Mike Baron (script) and Mike Mignola (art);
(originally published in four parts [q.v.] by First Publishing, 1987)
original price (omnibus):  £21·99;
112 pages;

includes Introduction (non-fiction) by Ron Marz;
I.S.B.N.:  9781782763253;

cover artists:  Mignola.

28th August, 2018
The Chronicles Of Corum: The Queen Of The Swords;
graphic adaptation by Mike Baron (script) and Mike Mignola & Jackson Guice (art);
(originally published in four parts [q.v.] by First Publishing, 1987/’88)
original price (omnibus):  £21·99;
112 pages;

includes Introduction (non-fiction) by Chris Roberson plus ‘Creating Corum’ (non-fiction) interview with Mike Mignola (conducted by Jonathan H. Wilkins);
I.S.B.N.:  9781782763260;
cover artist:  Mignola.

9th January, 2019
The Chronicles Of Hawkmoon: The History Of The Runestaff Volume One: The Jewel In The Skull & The Crystal And The Amulet;
graphic adaptations by James Cawthorn;
(originally published separately by Savoy, 1978/’79 & ’86 [The Crystal And The Amulet adapting The Mad God’s Amulet, and The Sword Of The Dawn (Book One)])
original price (omnibus):  £35·99;
192 pages;

includes ‘James Cawthorn: An Introduction By Burne Hogarth’;
also includes ‘James Cawthorn: Interviewed By David Britton’;
I.S.B.N.:  9781785864223;
cover artist:  Cawthorn.

16th July, 2019
The Chronicles Of Corum  The King Of The Swords;
graphic adaptation by Mike Baron & Mark Shainblum (script) and Ken Hooper & Jill Thomson (art);
(originally published in four parts [q.v.] by First Publishing, 1988)
original price (omnibus):  £21·99;
112 pages;

includes Foreword (non-fiction) by Shainblum;
I.S.B.N.:  9781782763277;

cover artists:  Mike Mignola & P. Craig Russell.

4th February, 2020
(dated “January” on copyright page)
The Chronicles Of Hawkmoon: The History Of The Runestaff Volume Two: The Sword And The Runestaff;
graphic adaptation by James Cawthorn (of The Sword Of The Dawn [Book Two] and The Runestaff);
original price:  £35·99;
161 pages;
includes ‘Foreword’ (non-fiction) by Liam Sharp;
also includes ‘The Sword And The Runestaff: The Making Of A Classic’ (non-fiction) by John Davey;
also includes ‘The Hawkmoon Archive’ (artwork);
I.S.B.N.:  9781785864230;
cover artist:  Cawthorn.

1st July, 2020
The Chronicles Of Corum  The Bull And The Spear;
graphic adaptation by Mark Shainblum (script) & Jill Thompson (art);
(originally published in four parts as Corum: The Bull And The Spear by First Publications, 1989)
original price (omnibus):  £21·99;
112 pages;

includes Foreword (non-fiction) by Shainblum;
I.S.B.N.:  9781782763284;
cover artists:  Mike Mignola & P. Craig Russell.

23rd February, 2021
Elric: The Eternal Champion Collection;
graphic adaptations by James Cawthorn and Philippe Druillet (see below…);
(originally published separately, as Stormbringer by Savoy, 1976, and Elric: The Return To Melnibone (sic [q.v.]; script by Michael Moorcock) by Unicorn, 1973)
original price (omnibus):  £17·99;
72 pages;

includes Introductions (non-fiction) by Moorcock and Druillet;
also includes ‘Elric And The Artists’ (non-fiction, q.v.by John Davey;
I.S.B.N.:  9781785869556;
cover artist:  Druillet.

(+ later reprint[s])

Contents:-
p. 4: Introduction (non-fiction) by Michael Moorcock;
p. 5: Introduction (non-fiction) by Philippe Druillet;
p. 6: Stormbringer (graphic adaptation) by James Cawthorn;
p. 38: Elric: The Return To Melniboné (graphic novel) by Moorcock & Druillet;
p. 60: Elric And The Artists’ (non-fiction) by John Davey.

8th July, 2022
(dated “June” on copyright page)
Elric: Bane Of The Black Sword;
graphic adaptation by Roy Thomas (script) and Mark Pacella & Mary Mitchell (art);
(originally published in six parts as Elric: The Bane Of The Black Sword by First Comics, 1988/’89)
original price (omnibus):  £26·99;
160 pages;

I.S.B.N.:  9781787736191;

cover artists:  Pacella.

(To be continued…)