Damon Sasser’s REH: Two-Gun Raconteur i#8 from 2005. Contains the story ‘Black Country’ by Howard. Articles by Danny Street, Glenn Lord, Damon Sasser and Morgan Holmes.
Special 30 year anniversary issue of REH: Two-Gun Raconteur with articles written by women about Robert E. Howards female characters. Nice article about Howard, Novalyne and the Whole Wide World movie.
REH: Two-Gun Raconteur #10 from 2006. First cover in color. Contains ‘The Voice of Death’ by Howard also the opening and the ending of the short version of “Three-Bladed Doom” are printed for the first time here. Also an art portfolio by Bill Cavalier.
REH: Two-Gun Raconteur #16 from 2012. Contains ‘The Diablos Trails’ by Howard, illustrated by Jim Ordolis. Also included is ‘Miss High-Hat’ by Howard, illustrated by David Burton. Lots of articles and illustrations.
Limited printing of 50 numbered copies. Contains facsimile copies of Breckinridge Elkins tales from Action Stories. Published by Dennis McHaney in 2007. Also contains articles and illustrations.
This version is published by Wildside Press in 2005. A Gent from Bear Creek was first published by Herberg Jenkins in England, 1937 after Howards death.
The title of both an original short story, as well as a novel created by combining several previous short stories with some new material; the previously published short stories were altered a little to create chapters with a continuous story line, and new material was added as additional chapters.
This book also includes one Pike Bearfield story and one Buckner J. Grimes story that was rewritten by someone at the Kline agency into Breckinridge stories.