Julian May
PAN 0330 26656X / 267191 / 26902X from 1982 / 82 / 83
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
    
Julian May Boxed Set
PAN Boxed Set from 1983
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
  
Julian May
PAN 0330 26656X / 267191 / 26902X / 280317 from 1982 / 82 / 83 / 84
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
    
Julian May Boxed Set
PAN Boxed Set from 1984
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
     
Omnibus Editin The Adversary The Nonborn King
PAN 0330 440969 from 2005
Cover includes work by Stephen Bradbury
PAN 0330 280317 from 1994
Cover includes work by Stephen Bradbury
PAN 033026902X from 1994
Cover includes work by Stephen Bradbury
 
A Pliocene Companion A Pliocene Companion
PAN 0330 289861 from 1984
Cover includes work by Stephen Bradbury
Ballantine 0345 322908 from 1984
Cover includes work by
Michael Whelan
        
The Many Colored Land The Golden Torv The Nonborn King The Adversary
     Del Rey / Ballantine covers from 1983 by Michael Whelan
 
The Many Colored Land The Golden Torc The Nonborn King The Adversary
Del Rey / Ballantine covers from 1994 by Michael Whelan
   
Jack The Bodiless
PAN 0330 303090 from 1988
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
PAN 0330 327720 from 1993
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
    
Diamond Mask Magnificat
PAN 0330 322990 from 1995
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
PAN 0330 323059 from 1997
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
   
The Moon On The Water The Chains of Fate
PAN 0330 269194 from 1983
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
0330 282085 from 1984
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
    
The Wind From The Sun
PAN 0330 28052X from 1983
Cover Artist Stephen Bradbury
    
JM1 JM2  JM3  JM4 
      
JM5  JM6  JM7  JM8 
                                                                                                                                                                                                        
JM9  TOR Editions (PAN's SF/Fantasy imprint) from 2013
 
In our initial discussions about the books we decided we wanted to create something bold and exciting, with a more fantasy-based background, and a single icon on each cover. Once we had confirmed our ideas with our in-house designer Neil Lang, Neil set about sourcing backgrounds and commissioning icons from illustrator Rob Hunter. We decided that a fiery author-name branding would perfectly capture the adventurous story, and Neil created the backgrounds from a selection of images, before colour-matching each one to fit the overall colour scheme of each cover. Neil Lang had this to say about designing the covers: ‘Back in the day I was a massive fan of Julian May’s Saga of the Exiles series and so I relished the task of creating covers that captured these amazing stories. I’m hoping these will attract a whole new generation of readers. My challenge was to capture the energy and excitement of the novels, so I chose a branding that I felt really captured this vibrancy and spirit of adventure. The trick was also to capture that balance between something that had a science fiction backstory, but felt like fantasy down to the new world the characters travelled to here. The books should also really stand out on the shelf (or internet!) and give the books a unique identity that is instantly recognisable.’
JM1