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Deadpool Corps Volume 1

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ISBN : 0785148256
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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The Deadpool Corps embark on the universe spanning mission that only they can accomplish. Tapped by the Elders of the Universe to gather a crack team of his alternative universe selves for what amounts to an intergalactic suicide mission, Deadpool just can't say no. Enter: Headpool, Kidpool, Dogpool and Lady Deadpool - and it's off to the rescue, right? Not so fast. Turns out another Elder, the Champion, isn't quite sold on this new super-team. If Deadpool and crew want to streak across the universe to face the ultimate enemy, their destiny, and much needed tacos and beer, they're going to have to pass a little test first. COLLECTING: Deadpool Corps #1-6
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Women Of Marvel

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ISBN : 0785149538
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
File Size : 27.99 MB
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Eight tales showcasing Marvel's most powerful women! Collecting: Women of Marvel: Firestar, Lady Deadpool, Namora, Valkyrie, Rescue, Sif, Spitfire, X-23, Galacta, Women of Marvel #1-2
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Working Class Comic Book Heroes

Author : Marc DiPaolo
ISBN : 9781496816672
Genre : Social Science
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Contributions by Phil Bevin, Blair Davis, Marc DiPaolo, Michele Fazio, James Gifford, Kelly Kanayama, Orion Ussner Kidder, Christina M. Knopf, Kevin Michael Scott, Andrew Alan Smith, and Terrence R. Wandtke In comic books, superhero stories often depict working-class characters who struggle to make ends meet, lead fulfilling lives, and remain faithful to themselves and their own personal code of ethics. Working-Class Comic Book Heroes: Class Conflict and Populist Politics in Comics examines working-class superheroes and other protagonists who populate heroic narratives in serialized comic books. Essayists analyze and deconstruct these figures, viewing their roles as fictional stand-ins for real-world blue-collar characters. Informed by new working-class studies, the book also discusses how often working-class writers and artists created these characters. Notably Jack Kirby, a working-class Jewish artist, created several of the most recognizable working-class superheroes, including Captain America and the Thing. Contributors weigh industry histories and marketing concerns as well as the fan community's changing attitudes towards class signifiers in superhero adventures. The often financially strapped Spider-Man proves to be a touchstone figure in many of these essays. Grant Morrison's Superman, Marvel's Shamrock, Alan Moore and David Lloyd's V for Vendetta, and The Walking Dead receive thoughtful treatment. While there have been many scholarly works concerned with issues of race and gender in comics, this book stands as the first to deal explicitly with issues of class, cultural capital, and economics as its main themes.
Category: Social Science

Writers Directory 2010 V1 A L

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ISBN : 155862600X
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Features bibliographical, biographical and contact information for living authors worldwide who have at least one English publication. Entries include name, pseudonyms, addresses, citizenship, birth date, specialization, career information and a bibliography.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Critical Method And Contemporary Film

Author : Christopher K. Brooks
ISBN : 9781527540415
Genre : Performing Arts
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This volume offers film enthusiasts and teachers an investigation into what film critics do and examines what ideologies inform their evaluations. By employing recent television programs and films and comparing them to older ones, the study is able to trace changes in the methodologies of film and media critics. The work argues for the emergence of neofuturism as a chosen method of interpretation, contrasting with the dominance of postmodernism as the evaluative method through the early years of the new millennium. It also asks the questions who evaluates film and why? In doing so, the study questions the criteria for film evaluation, the validity of some reviews, and asks the question whether the evaluative system needs to change altogether.
Category: Performing Arts