Kull: Exile of Atlantis  
Subterranean Press
Year :
August 2008
Book No. :
9781596061965 (Limited Edition)
Book No. : No ISBN on the Deluxe Edition
Edition : 1st
Format : Hardcover with dustjacket
Pages : 317 plus xxv and color art portfolio
Cover art : Justin Sweet
Illustrations : Justin Sweet
Limited Edition
Kull: Exile of Atlantis
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Contents
"Artist's Forward" by Justin Sweet
"Introduction" by Steve Tompkins
Untitled Story "The sun was setting. A last crimson . . ."
[Previously published as "Exile of Atlantis"]
"The Shadow Kingdom"
"The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune"
Untitled Draft "'Thus,' said Tu, chief councillor, . . ."
"The Cat and the Skull"
"The Screaming Skull of Silence"
"The Striking of the Gong"
"The Altar and the Scorpion"
"The Curse of the Golden Skull"
"The Black City" [Unfinished Fragment]
Untitled fragment "Three men sat at a . . ."
"By This Axe I Rule!"
"Swords of the Purple Kingdom"
"The King and the Oak" (poem)
"Kings of the Night"
Miscellanea
The "Am-ra of the Ta-an" Fragments
  "Summer Morn"
(poem)
  "Am-ra the Ta-an" (poem)
  "The Tale of Am-ra"
  Untitled and unfinished fragment
      "A land of wild fantastic beauty . . . "
  Untitled and incomplete fragment

      "determined. So I set
out up the hill . . ."
"The Shadow Kingdom" [Draft]
"Delcardes' Cat" [Draft]
"The King and the Oak" [Draft] (poem)
Appendices
Atlantean Genesis
Notes on the original Howard texts
Notes
Limited Edition:
1500 numbered copies
signed by Justin Sweet
Deluxe Edition: 50 numbered copies signed by the artist, bound in leather, housed in a leather slipcase, with an exclusive chapbook of additional sketches.
Contains a 12 plate color artwork portfolio at the back of the book. The same artwork is reproduced in black and white within the book.
Edited by Patrice Louinet
Series Editor Rusty Burke
Design by Marcelo Anciano
Typography by Stuart Williams
The texts for this edition were based on Howard's original typescripts or the first published appearance if a typescript was unavailable.