Fake Book Titles Extravaganza #2!

You may recall the big post I did back in December in which I shared a bunch of fake book titles that I had made and shared on twitter? Well, I’ve kept doing those fake titles regularly ever since then, and I thought it was a good time to do a second mega-post compiling everything new I’ve done to date! So, without further ado, here is Volume 2 of my Fake Book Titles Extravaganza!

Original title: A Collection of Stories. I’m quite proud of the work I put in to remove the old title.

Original title: Revolt in 2100.

Original title: 1976. I only changed the year. I posted this one on New Year’s Eve, as a final farewell to a rough, rotten year.

Original title: Basilisk. Every time I think I’ve run out of funny ideas for these titles, I come across a perfect cover.

Original title: Smallbone Deceased.

Original title: Disaster for Hire. I made this to celebrate the day that Trump’s truly awful Secretary of the Interior resigned.

Original title: The Towers of Melnon. I’ve gotten a LOT of mileage out of Richard Blade books, as you will see.

Original title: The Coils of Time. This was either my highest point, or my lowest.

Original title: Clash of Star-Kings.

Original title: Exiles of the Stars. Some fakes that I do I just really love, and this is one of them. By the way, note that I’m really going out of my way to match fonts.

Original title: It’s Not What You Expect.

Original title: The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot.

Original title: The Hawks of Arcturus. I had to do some clever trickery to recreate the star behind the text.

Original title: The Living One.

Original title: Psychlone. This one is a perpetual mood.

Original title: Far-Seer.

Original title: The Stone God Awakens.

Original title: Conquest of the Amazon.

Original title: Second Year Nurse.

Supernatural Stories: The Creature in the Depths.

Original title: The Underpeople.

Original title: Plan for Conquest.

Original title: Broken Arrow.

Original title: Them That Glitter and Them That Don’t.

Original title: Dew Claws. There are a zillion horror novels from that era with skeletons on the cover.

Original title: Alien Horizons.

Original title: Conan the Gladiator. This is one of my all-time favorites.

Original title: The Planet Wizard.

Original title: Vision of Tarot. I worked really, really hard to recreate the scythe blade in order to put the new title over it.

Original title: Jewel of Tharn. Like I said, Richard Blade novels are a treasure.

Original title: Liberator of Jedd. This was my first direct fake book titles sequel!

Original title: The Nightmare Man. This was inspired by the whole Virginia “dressed as a klan dude” scandal.

Original title: The Probability Broach.

Original title: Slave of Sarma. Did I mention that Richard Blade is a treasure?

Original title: The Middle Temple Murder. I actually researched Victorian era insults for this one.

Original title: Nobody Likes Taffy Sinclair. Another political deep cut!

Original title: Fatal Secrets.

Original title: The Stars, Like Dust. I found this cover in a used bookstore and IMMEDIATELY knew what it needed to be.

Original title: Calling All Girls. This one is actually a magazine, but it was too perfect.

Original title: The Gingerbread Man.

And that is a perfect one to wrap up on! More to come soon!

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2 Responses to Fake Book Titles Extravaganza #2!

  1. Tim says:

    As a huge Poe fan, I could see that being one of his titles were he alive in the 2000s.

  2. Dan Deadwyler says:

    Where’s my proud robot??

    A pipe??

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