Boom Comics By Trudy

Author: Bokkaku Dojinshi
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Grab This Deal For The Comics Artist In Your Life For Less Than $10 See that girl always doodling and dreaming up stories and plots? She's gonna LOVE the What Happens Next Comic Book For Budding Artists edition, created especially for young artists between 9 and 14 years of age. Bokkaku Dojinshi has created this book as a 6 by 9 inch, perfect pocket book form. Plenty of different templates to explore as well as loads of room to keep track of plot ideas. There is even space for special expression studies of the main characters so the budding artist hits the right emotion in her images every single time. This book is perfect for: manga graphic novels Sunday funnies anime fan fiction Parents and teachers love What Happens Next Comics series for these reasons: helps speech development increases literacy develops a sense of sequence creates confidence develops an appreciation for art boots creativity Once you get this book, notice how handy it is - perfect pocket book size means no bulky bags on summer trips or lazy afternoons under a willow tree. All you need is your pencil and ink pen! Can't wait to see what you make of your And then... comic book!

Back Issue 113

Author: Michael Eury
Editor: TwoMorrows Publishing
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Back Issue #113 celebrates the original Tim Burton Batman movie’s 30th Anniversary, featuring a guest column and interview with Batfilms producer MICHAEL USLAN, an interview with screenwriter SAM HAMM, and a chat with the man who might have been Two-Face: BILLY DEE WILLIAMS. Plus: 1989: DC Comics’ Year of the Bat, DENNY O’NEIL and JERRY ORDWAY’s Batman movie adaptation, MINDY NEWELL’s Catwoman, GRANT MORRISON and DAVE McKEAN’s Arkham Asylum, MAX ALLAN COLLINS’ Batman newspaper strip, and JOEY CAVALIERI and JOE STATON’s Huntress. Featuring a classic Michael Keaton Batman cover by JOSE LUIS GARCIA-LOPEZ, with cover design by MICHAEL KRONENBERG. Edited by MICHAEL EURY.

The Comics Journal

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A Contemporary Reader For Creative Writing

Author: Robert DeMaria
Editor: Heinle & Heinle Pub
ISBN: 9780155007277
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This text is a reader developed specifically for the creative writer. Its coverage is ideal for the department or instructor interested in their student's development as marketable writers.

Philip Kaufman

Author: Annette Insdorf
Editor: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252036859
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American director Philip Kaufman is hard to pin down: a visual stylist who is truly literate, a San Franciscan who often makes European films, he is an accessible storyteller with a sophisticated touch. Celebrated for his vigorous, sexy, and reflective cinema, Kaufman is best known for his masterpiece The Unbearable Lightness of Being and the astronaut saga The Right Stuff. In this study, Annette Insdorf argues that Kaufman's cinema is both stylistically and philosophically rich and that his versatility is what distinguishes him as an auteur. She demonstrates Kaufman's skill at adaptation and how he finds the precise cinematic device for a story drawn from seemingly un-adaptable sources by using his cinematic eye to translate the authorial voice in many of the books that serve as inspiration for his films. Closely analyzing his films to date, Insdorf links Kaufman's versatile cinema by exploring the recurring and resonant themes of sensuality, artistic creation, and manipulation by authorities. She illustrates while there is no overarching label or bold signature that can be applied to his oeuvre, there is a consistency of themes, techniques, images, and preoccupations that permeates all of Kaufman's works.

Witness

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Presents nationally known writers, as well as new talent, and highlights the role of the modern writer as witness.

Facing The Other

Author: Borbála Faragó
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443802999
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This collection offers a multi-faceted investigation of the critical issue of the creation and place of the “Other” in Ireland. The extraordinarily rapid recent economic development of Ireland has effected a profound transformation in the island’s social and cultural life. In the process, old verities and assumptions concerning the nature of Irish society and culture have been called into question, with a whole variety of new challenges coming to light. The developments of the last two decades have transformed questions of what and who constitutes the “Other” within Irish society, but in the process older societal faultlines based on gender, disability and religious difference have not disappeared and historical processes of “Othering” continue to play a critical role in influencing and moulding the social contours of the new Ireland of the twenty-first century. Drawing on a number of different disciplinary perspectives, this collection presents a number of key analyses of social and cultural practices and policies that reflect anxieties about and negotiations of these changes, examining historical and contemporary representation of fears about the porousness of national borders; the increasing racialization of the Irish state through social and juridical proscriptions, and the popular and official narrative of ‘progress’.

Cyberpunk In A Transnational Context

Author: Takayuki Tatsumi
Editor: MDPI
ISBN: 3039214217
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Mike Mosher’s “Some Aspects of Californian Cyberpunk” vividly reminds us of the influence of West Coast counterculture on cyberpunks, with special emphasis on 1960s theoretical gurus such as Timothy Leary and Marshall McLuhan, who explored the frontiers of inner space as well as the global village. Frenchy Lunning’s “Cyberpunk Redux: Dérives in the Rich Sight of Post-Anthropocentric Visuality” examines how the heritage of Ridley Scott’s techno-noir film Blade Runner (1982) that preceded Gibson’s Neuromancer (1984) keeps revolutionizing the art of visuality, even in the age of the Anthropocene. If you read Lunning’s essay along with Lidia Meras’s “European Cyberpunk Cinema,” which closely analyzes major European cyberpunkish dystopian films Renaissance (2006) and Metropia (2009) and Elana Gomel’s “Recycled Dystopias: Cyberpunk and the End of History,” your understanding of the cinematic and post-utopian possibility of cyberpunk will become more comprehensive. For a cutting-edge critique of cyberpunk manga, let me recommend Martin de la Iglesia’s “Has Akira Always Been a Cyberpunk Comic?” which radically redefines the status of Akira (1982–1993) as trans-generic, paying attention to the genre consciousness of the contemporary readers of its Euro-American editions. Next, Denis Taillandier’s “New Spaces for Old Motifs? The Virtual Worlds of Japanese Cyberpunk” interprets the significance of Japanese hardcore cyberpunk novels such as Goro Masaki’s Venus City (1995) and Hirotaka Tobi’s Grandes Vacances (2002; translated as The Thousand Year Beach, 2018) and Ragged Girl (2006), paying special attention to how the authors created their virtual landscape in a Japanese way. For a full discussion of William Gibson’s works, please read Janine Tobek and Donald Jellerson’s “Caring About the Past, Present, and Future in William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition and Guerilla Games’ Horizon: Zero Dawn” along with my own “Transpacific Cyberpunk: Transgeneric Interactions between Prose, Cinema, and Manga”. The former reconsiders the first novel of Gibson’s new trilogy in the 21st century not as realistic but as participatory, whereas the latter relocates Gibson’s essence not in cyberspace but in a junkyard, making the most of his post-Dada/Surrealistic aesthetics and “Lo-Tek” way of life, as is clear in the 1990s “Bridge” trilogy.

Making A Difference

Author: Trudy Smoke
Editor: Houghton Mifflin
ISBN: 9780395636824
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Contains 43 readings to serve as models of good writing. Students apply techniques modeled in the selections to their own writing.

Current Index To Journals In Education

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Paperbound Books In Print

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The New York Times Film Reviews

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Twentieth Century

Author: Lorraine Glennon
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Large pictorial and textual chronicle of world history throughout the 20th century.

Agva News

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The New York Times Book Review

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Chambers S Encyclopaedia World Survey

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Billboard

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Video Movie Guide 1998

Author: Mick Martin
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ISBN: 9780345407948
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With more than 500 new entries, this guide rates more than 17,000 movies on video, cross-indexed by director and star, plus Academy Award listings.

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Video Sourcebook

Author: Thomson Gale
Editor: Gale Cengage
ISBN: 9781414400990
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From classroom aids to corporate training programs, technical resources to self-help guides, children's features to documentaries, theatrical releases to straight-to-video movies, The Video Source Book continues its comprehensive coverage of the wide universe of video offerings with more than 130,000 complete program listings, encompassing more than 160,000 videos. All listings are arranged alphabetically by title. Each entry provides a description of the program and information on obtaining the title. Six indexes -- alternate title, subject, credits, awards, special formats and program distributors -- help speed research.