Wimbledon Green

Author: Seth
Publisher: Drawn & Quarterly
ISBN: 9781896597935
Size: 79.45 MB
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Wimbledon Green from the Author: Seth. The "greatest collector" of comic books falls under the gaze of this humorous graphic novel, which explores the world of adults who obsess over comic books.

Green Comic

Author: Michaela Morgan
ISBN: 9780433004967
Size: 29.26 MB
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Green Comic from the Author: Michaela Morgan. The titles in this series features a whole school reading programme that joins books and an online reading world to teach today's children to read.

Green Lantern History An Unauthorised Guide To The Dc Comic Book Series Green Lantern

Author: Darran Jordan
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1326139878
Size: 37.69 MB
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Green Lantern History An Unauthorised Guide To The Dc Comic Book Series Green Lantern from the Author: Darran Jordan. The first Green Lantern story was published in 1940 in the anthology title 'All-American Comics'. All of 75 years later the series is still going strong, having grown to encompass new characters and spin-off titles along the way. This book traces the history of the series over the last seven and a half decades, detailing the characters and stories, as well as the numerous creative teams that have brought it into being. This publication also traces Green Lantern through multiple mediums, from audio to animation, from television to the silver screen. The story of Green Lantern is also the story of the DC Universe, a fictional reality that continues to grow and expand as its publications carry on. 'Green Lantern History' is an invaluable addition to any comic reader's library, and a must have item for every Green Lantern fan.

The Shadow Hero

Author: Gene Luen Yang
Publisher: First Second
ISBN: 1466858672
Size: 17.56 MB
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The Shadow Hero from the Author: Gene Luen Yang. In the comics boom of the 1940s, a legend was born: the Green Turtle. He solved crimes and fought injustice just like the other comics characters. But this mysterious masked crusader was hiding something more than your run-of-the-mill secret identity... The Green Turtle was the first Asian American super hero. The comic had a short run before lapsing into obscurity, but the acclaimed author of American Born Chinese, Gene Luen Yang, has finally revived this character in Shadow Hero, a new graphic novel that creates an origin story for the Green Turtle. With artwork by Sonny Liew, this gorgeous, funny comics adventure for teens is a new spin on the long, rich tradition of American comics lore.

My Own Comic Book Blank Comic Book 4 Panels Basic Format Green

Author: WriteDrawDesign
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781508655251
Size: 50.93 MB
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My Own Comic Book Blank Comic Book 4 Panels Basic Format Green from the Author: WriteDrawDesign. Make your own comics come to life in this 124-page blank comic book. The "basic" edition of this comic drawing book has four equal sized panels on each page. Perfect for the budding cartoon or comic artist. Or use the four panels per page to showcase your drawing and story-telling skills to create a graphic novel.

Pioneering Cartoonists Of Color

Author: Tim Jackson
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496804805
Size: 32.56 MB
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Pioneering Cartoonists Of Color from the Author: Tim Jackson. Syndicated cartoonist and illustrator Tim Jackson offers an unprecedented look at the rich yet largely untold story of African American cartoon artists. This book provides a historical record of the men and women who created seventy-plus comic strips, many editorial cartoons, and illustrations for articles. The volume covers the mid-1880s, the early years of the self-proclaimed black press, to 1968, when African American cartoon artists were accepted in the so-called mainstream. When the cartoon world was preparing to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the American comic strip, Jackson anticipated that books and articles published upon the anniversary would either exclude African American artists or feature only the three whose work appeared in mainstream newspapers after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination in 1968. Jackson was determined to make it impossible for critics and scholars to plead an ignorance of black cartoonists or to claim that there is no information on them. He began in 1997 cataloging biographies of African American cartoonists, illustrators, and graphic designers, and showing samples of their work. His research involved searching historic newspapers and magazines as well as books and “Who’s Who” directories. This project strives not only to record the contributions of African American artists, but also to place them in full historical context. Revealed chronologically, these cartoons offer an invaluable perspective on American history of the black community during pivotal moments, including the Great Migration, race riots, the Great Depression, and both World Wars. Many of the greatest creators have already died, so Jackson recognizes the stakes in remembering them before this hidden yet vivid history is irretrievably lost.

A Paul Green Reader

Author: Paul Green
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807847084
Size: 71.46 MB
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A Paul Green Reader from the Author: Paul Green. North Carolina's Paul Green (1894-1981) was part of that remarkable generation of writers who first brought southern writing to the attention of the world. Winner of a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1927, Green was a restless experimenter who pioneered a new form of theater with his "symphonic drama," The Lost Colony. A concern for human rights characterized both his life and his writing, and his steady advocacy for educational and social reform and racial justice contributed in fundamental ways to the emerging New South in the first half of this century. A Paul Green Reader makes available once again the work of this powerful and engaging writer. It features Green's drama and fiction, with texts of three plays_including the Pulitzer Prize-winning In Abraham's Bosom and the famous second act of The Lost Colony_and six short stories. It also reveals the life behind the work through several of Green's essays and letters and an excerpt from The Wordbook, his collection of regional folklore. Laurence Avery's introduction outlines Green's life and examines the central concerns and techniques of his work. A native of Harnett County, North Carolina, Paul Green was a devoted teacher of philosophy and drama at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

The Refrigerator Monologues

Author: Catherynne M. Valente
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481459368
Size: 27.42 MB
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The Refrigerator Monologues from the Author: Catherynne M. Valente. The lives of six female superheroes and the girlfriends of superheroes. A ferocious riff on women in superhero comics From the New York Times bestselling author Catherynne Valente comes a series of linked stories from the points of view of the wives and girlfriends of superheroes, female heroes, and anyone who’s ever been “refrigerated”: comic book women who are killed, raped, brainwashed, driven mad, disabled, or had their powers taken so that a male superhero’s storyline will progress. In an entirely new and original superhero universe, Valente subversively explores these ideas and themes in the superhero genre, treating them with the same love, gravity, and humor as her fairy tales. After all, superheroes are our new fairy tales and these six women have their own stories to share.

Green Lantern Green Arrow

Author: Dennis O'Neil
Publisher: Titan Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781781164013
Size: 42.36 MB
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Green Lantern Green Arrow from the Author: Dennis O'Neil. Green Lantern Hal Jordan continued his usual cosmic-spanning adventures, as he used his amazing Power Ring to police Sector 2814 against universe-threatening menaces. Meanwhile, on Earth, Oliver Queen, the archer known as Green Arrow, was confronting menaces of a different kind: racism, poverty, drugs, and other social ills.

Comic Book Nation

Author: Bradford W. Wright
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801874505
Size: 58.60 MB
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Comic Book Nation from the Author: Bradford W. Wright. Portrays the role of comic books in shaping American youth and pop culture, from Batman's struggles with corrupt politicians during the Depression to Iron Man's Cold War battles.