Comic Book Tattoo - Editions

Editions

Comic Book Tattoo was initially made available in three formats, with the addition of another special edition released in November 2008. The available versions are;

  • Paperback

ISBN 1-58240-964-1

ISBN 1-58240-965-X

  • Limited Edition Hardback (Leather bound encased, signed by Tori Amos and uniquely numbered)

ISBN 1-58240-966-8

  • Special Edition Hardback (With a slipcase cover)

ISBN 1-60706-031-0

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