Adventure Time Vol 3 Ogn Seeing Red

Author: Kate Leth
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
ISBN: 1613982100
Size: 58.17 MB
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Adventure Time Vol 3 Ogn Seeing Red from the Author: Kate Leth. WHY WE LOVE IT: Marceline is one of that raddest characters in Ooo and her relationship with her dad, Hunson, has always been interesting. We’re excited to see those two together! WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT: Kate Leth (KATE OR DIE!) writing an OGN about Marceline and Jake traveling to the Nightosphere with Zach Sterling (ADVENTURE TIME™) illustrating this super fun adventure! WHAT’S IT ABOUT: Marceline has to go back home for a family reunion. Normally, she would skip out but it turns out she left her axe behind the last time she was there. With the help of Jake the dog, Marceline hopes this trip won’t be a complete drag. Little does she know, her dad has made some decisions while she’s been away and this visit is going to be a roller coaster of family, friends, and communication!

Enchanting David Bowie

Author: Toija Cinque
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1628923059
Size: 31.45 MB
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Enchanting David Bowie from the Author: Toija Cinque. A longstanding, successful and frequently controversial career spanning more than four decades establishes David Bowie as charged with contemporary cultural relevance. That David Bowie has influenced many lives is undeniable to his fans. He requisitions and challenges his audiences, through frequently indirect lyrics and images, to critically question sanity, identity and essentially what it means to be 'us' and why we are here. Enchanting David Bowie explores David Bowie as an anti-temporal figure and argues that we need to understand him across the many media platforms and art spaces he intersects with including theatre, film, television, the web, exhibition, installation, music, lyrics, video, and fashion. This exciting collection is organized according to the key themes of space, time, body, and memory - themes that literally and metaphorically address the key questions and intensities of his output.

Adventure Time Vol 9

Author: Christopher Hastings
Publisher: Boom
ISBN: 1613985142
Size: 63.79 MB
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Adventure Time Vol 9 from the Author: Christopher Hastings. Finn and Jake find themselves in the middle of a secret war when they inaverdantly take out Peppermint Butler's secret agent Candy Bar! There is something going on with the King of Ooo and the weird bears that he's hanging out with and it's up to Finn and Jake to get to the bottom of the King's dastardly plot! ...if only they weren't being accused of treason in the process.

Kids Tv Grows Up

Author: Jo Holz
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476630607
Size: 43.52 MB
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Kids Tv Grows Up from the Author: Jo Holz. In the early days of television, suburban families welcomed TV into their homes as an electronic babysitter that would also teach their children about the world. Children's programming soon came to play a key role in the development of mass culture, promoting the shared interests, norms and vocabulary through which children interact with peers and define themselves as a cohort. This social history examines the forces driving the development of children's television in the U.S., from its inception to the present. Analyses of iconic programs reveal how they influenced our concept of childhood.

Pinter S Odd Man Out

Author: Sidney Homan
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 9780838752388
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Pinter S Odd Man Out from the Author: Sidney Homan. "Pinter's Odd Man Out records Sidney Homan's experience directing the playwright's Old Times for both stage and television. His most commercially successful play, and surely one of his best, no other work of Pinter's has generated more critical and scholarly commentary - or more varied, sometimes conflicting readings." "In the two opening chapters Homan surveys the theatrical and critical history of the play before describing the "generic" world of Pinter that provides the context of Old Times: secluded rooms, their occupants, and the visitor who, in seeking entrance, challenges the room's exclusive yet deceptive serenity; the outside and the threat it poses; the subtext pressing on the dialogue; the power of the past and perception; the "presence" of the play itself; characters who function as artists; the issue of gender; mother and father figures; and the silence of Pinter's pauses." "Homan then describes his company's preparations for the performance, ranging from the director's concept, the set, props, costumes, lighting, and music to blocking and the rehearsal period. After his own account of the stage production and the ways in which the audience "taught" the performers through their reactions to and discoveries about the play, Homan turns to his actors (Stephanie Dugan, Thomas Pender, and Sandra Langsner) who, in their own words, describe how they wrestled with the characters of Kate, Deeley, and Anna from rehearsals to performance." "A chapter on "The Camera as Guest" records the experience of filming the stage play. Here the focus is on the technological and aesthetic differences between the media of television and the stage, and what effect such differences had on the filmed version of Old Times. To what degree does the camera allow the director to assert more control? What changes in blocking, set, and lighting were required?" "In an appendix Homan looks at Carol Reed's 1950s film Odd Man Out, which figures prominently in Old Times, and which may have been a source (in a highly flexible use of that term) for the play." "On the surface, Pinter's Odd Man Out concentrates on a single play. In reality, it is about the ways in which people in the theatre approach a production, the process they go through from rehearsals to opening night, and the complex interaction among playwright, director, actors, and audience. It also raises the issue of what happens when a work intended for the stage is translated to another medium, such as television. If the book at times suggests that the worlds of the scholar and the theatre professional are different, indeed incompatible in some ways, it also shows how the two professions can learn from each other."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved