Zine DAW Books • Issue No. 264 • Journalist Michael Moorcock Cover art Michael Whelan Published Tue 15 Nov 1977

These are the seven DAW books on Elric:

  1. Elric of Melniboné (edited version of The Dreaming City) ★ (Oct 1976)
  2. The Sailor on the Seas of Fate ★★ (Dec 1976)
  3. The Weird of the White Wolf (partial version of The Stealer Of Souls) ★★★ (Mar 1977)
  4. The Vanishing Tower (earlier version of The Sleeping Sorceress) ★★★★ (Jun 1977)
  5. The Bane of the Black Sword ★★★★★ (Oct 1977)
  6. Stormbringer ★★★★★★ (Nov 1977)
  7. Elric at the End of Time (May 1985)

Addition there are:

 

Elric 6. Stormbringer

  • Novel: Stormbringer
  • Author by Michael Moorcock, Jone Langdon, Brian W. Aldiss and Charles L. Harness
  • Cover art by Michael Whelan
  • Map and illustration by John Collier and Walter Romanski
  • Frontispiece by James Cawthorn
  • No. 264
  • Pages: 220
  • Tue 15 Nov 1977
  • Revised

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Author’s note

A version of this novel was originally published in the United States by Lancer Books in 1967. This new edition publishes for the first time in any country the full text of the original novel serialized in the English Science Fantasy magazine published 1963-1964. All previous editions have appeared with a quarter of the original text cut from them. This version has also been revised by the author from the original magazine version. The earlier, abridged edition, was originally published in England by Herbert Jenkins, Ltd., 1965.

Contents
  1. Prologue – p.9
  2. BOOK ONE: Dead God’s Homecoming – p.11
    • chapter One – p.13
    • chapter Two – p.20
    • chapter Three – p.29
    • chapter Four – p.42
    • chapter Five – p.50
    • chapter Six  – p.58
    • original chapter: Dead God’s Homecoming (Jun 1963)
  3. BOOK TWO: Black Sword’s Brothers – p.65
    • chapter One – p.67
    • chapter Two – p.74
    • chapter Three – p.81
    • chapter Four – p.90
    • chapter Five – p.102
    • chapter Six – p.107
    • original chapter: Black Sword’s Brothers (Aug 1963)
  4. BOOK THREE: Sad Giant’s Shield – p.115
    • chapter One – p.117
    • chapter Two – p.123
    • chapter Three – p.130
    • chapter Four – p.141
    • chapter Five – p.150
    • chapter Six – p.157
    • chapter Six – p.165
    • original chapter: Sad Giant’s Shield (Feb 1964)
  5. BOOK FOUR: Doomed Lord’s Passing – p.173
    • chapter One – p.175
    • chapter Two – p.179
    • chapter Three – p.188
    • chapter Four – p.197
    • chapter Five – p.210
    • chapter Six – p.216
    • original chapter: Doomed Lord’s Passing (Apr 1964)
Back side

“There came a time when there was a great movement
upon the Earth and above it, when the destiny of Men and
Gods was hammered out upon the forge of Fate,
when monstrous wars were brewed and mighty deeds
were designed. And there rose up in this time, which was
called the Age of the Young Kingdoms, heroes.
Greatest of these heroes was a doom-driven adventurer
who bore a crooning rune blade that he loathed.

“His name was Elric of Melnibone, king of ruins, lord of
a scattered race that had once ruled the ancient world.
Elric, sorcerer and swordsman, slayer of kin, despoiler
of his homeland, white-faced albino, last of his line.”
― from the Prologue.

After five mighty books, the fabled saga of Elric
and the sword Stormbringer reaches terrific climax in
this the sixth and final novel. Here, contained, is
the last great strife of Elric in a world of barbaric forces,
decadent powers, and champions of Doom. Here
is the culmination of all the adventures, the Ragnarok of
Michael Moorcock’s most famed epic.

Yet, like all the Elric books, it can be read as a whole unit
without references to the previous books. It is complete
in itself. In fact, this is the first appearance of the full and
original novel, authorized and revised by Michael
Moorcock for DAW Books.

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THE BANE OF THE BLACK SWORD  UY1316―$1.25

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