The King Hell Bookstore

I broke into the business through Marvel’s Epic imprint at a time when they still offered very fair creator-ownership contracts. Unlike most young artists in comics, I never signed away my early major works and in 1989 King Hell Press was launched to self-publish that material. A co-publishing deal with Tundra further fattened my portfolio followed by a long run of self published dream comics. Here’s the fruit of those lucky breaks: nine collections of my major works, scanned from the original art, published in reasonably priced trade paperback editions. A collection of my Underground Comix titled BONG! is currently in the works.

I charge list price for these books, but sign every copy I sell direct to you. I’m totally cool with it if you’d rather shop for unsigned copies at a discount. Here’s a link to my author’s page over on Amazon (where you can also track down my major work for other publishers, such as Swamp Thing, Greyshirt, Can’t Get No or Army@Love.) NOTE: Paypal will automatically calculate shipping as USPS Priority Mail. International shipments can be pretty pricey that way.  If you are from outside the US and want me to calculate a cheaper option just email.

If you are looking for deals on other hard to find items by Rick Veitch, including books, t-shirts and original art, take the freight elevator down to the Bargain Basement!

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