[j.d. asked this in the 'Another Attempt at a Moorcock Bibliography' thread but the length of my answer probably means it's better in its own thread rather than risk derailing the original thread.] The new Sojan book (packaged alongside Joe R. Lansdale's Under the Warrior Star by Paizo Publishing) has been expanded from the original/previous publications with a new introductory chapter that ties Sojan more firmly into Moorcock's Multiverse (essentially providing an origin for Sojan - including his 'real' name - which may or may not be essential in itself (I have my doubts)). Six individual chapters* are expanded and contain new material which may be of interest to Moorcock completists but don't necessarily change the overall narrative. Sojan has had four iterations now: Original Tarzan Adventures stories (1957-8) Sojan, Savoy, 1977 - collects the Tarzan Adventures stories 'Sojan the Swordsman' (novella), Elric at the the End of Time, New English Library, 1984 - assembles the Tarzan Adventures stories into a single narrative. Sojan the Swordsman, Paizo Publishing, 2010 - discussed above The differences are as follows (normally I'd link to the Wikiverse articles rather than repeat everything here so I beg your collective indulgences): 1. Tarzan Adventures v7 #22, 31/08/1957, contains 'Sojan the Swordsman' v7 #25, 21/09/1957, contains 'Mission to Asno' v7 #34, 23/11/1957, contains 'Revolt in Hatnor' v7 #38, 21/12/1957, contains 'The Hordes Attack' v7 #47, 22/02/1958, contains 'The Purple Galley' v7 #48, 01/03/1958, contains 'The Sea Wolves' v7 #49, 08/03/1958, contains 'Sojan at Sea' v7 #50, 15/03/1958, contains 'The Sea of Demons' v7 #51, 22/03/1958, contains 'Prisoners in Stone' v8 #09, 31/05/1958, contains 'Sojan and the Plain of Mystery' v8 #12, 21/06/1958, contains 'Sojan and the Sons of The Snake God' v8 #15, 12/07/1958, contains 'Sojan and the Hunters of Norj' 2. Sojan Sojan the Swordsman Sojan the Swordsman Mission to Asno Sojan, Swordsman of Zylor Revolt in Hatnor The Hordes Attack Sojan and the Sea of Demons The Purple Galley The Sea Wolves! Sojan at Sea The Sea of Demons Prisoners in Stone Sojan and the Plain of Mystery Sojan and the Sons of the Snake-God Sojan and the Devil Hunters of Norj, originally 'Sojan and the Hunters of Norj' 3. "Sojan the Swordsman", novella Daughter of a Warrior King, originally "Sojan the Swordsman" Mission to Asno Revolt in Hatnor The Hordes Attack The Purple Galley The Sea Wolves! Sojan at Sea The Sea of Demons Prisoners in Stone The Plain of Mystery, originally as "Sojan and the Plain of Mystery" The Sons of the Snake-God, originally as "Sojan and the Sons of the Snake-God" The Devil Hunters of Norj, originally as "Sojan and the Hunters of Norj" 4. Sojan the Swordsman, novel Introduction (new chapter) Chapter One: Sojan the Swordsman (expanded) Chapter Two: The War King (expanded) Chapter Three: The Air Pirates (expanded) Chapter Four: A Grim Welcome Chapter Five: Sentenced to Die Chapter Six: The Prison Tower (expanded) Chapter Seven: The Sky Chase (expanded) Chapter Eight: Mission to Asno Chapter Nine: Revolt in Hatnor Chapter Ten: The Hordes Attack Chapter Eleven: A Warrior's Justice Chapter Twelve: The Purple Galley Chapter Thirteen: The Sea Wolves Chapter Fourteen: Sojan at Sea! Chapter Fifteen: The Sea of Demons Chapter Sixteen: Prisoners of Stone Chapter Seventeen: The Unlucky Ones Chapter Eighteen: The Plain of Mystery Chapter Nineteen: Ship of the Ancients Chapter Twenty: Sons of the Snake God Chapter Twenty-One: The Castle of Kandoon Chapter Twenty-Two: The Devil Hunters of Norj Chapter Twenty-Three: Hounds of the Cerjii (expanded) *Note: Chapters 2-7, 11, 17, 19, 21 & 23 are split from their respective preceding chapter (1, 10, 16, 20 & 22) to create new divisions but (except where noted) are basically the same content as in previous versions of the stories.