Alien - The Archive

The Ultimate Guide to the Classic Movies

Author: Titan Books

Publisher: Titan Books

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Category: Performing Arts

Page: 320

View: 781

Alien is a science fiction milestone and one of the most thrilling, terrifying, and beautiful film franchises of all time. Alien: The Archive is the first complete book of the stunning artwork and photography from all four films.

Star Wars: Alien Archive

Author: Lucasfilm Press

Publisher: Disney Lucasfilm Press

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

View: 156

This in-world guide is the follow-up to Star Wars: Galactic Maps. Featuring detailed illustrations of the fascinating aliens and creatures that fill the Star Wars universe, this collectible gift book is a must-have for fans across the galaxy.

Starfinder Roleplaying Game

Alien Archive 2

Author: Paizo Staff

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 160

View: 879

Battle or befriend more than 100 weird and alien life forms in this creature collection for the Starfinder Roleplaying Game! Every new world and space station comes with its own dangers, from strange new cultures to extraterrestrial predators to massive spacefaring organisms capable of battling starships. Inside this book, you'll find rules and ecological information for creatures from across the known worlds, plus exotic alien gear, complete magical polymorphing rules, and more. A robust selection of template grafts gives you the tools you need to populate any planet with environment-appropriate fauna, and racial rules for many of the new species let you be the alien! Want to play an intelligent, multi-legged centipede? An emotionless, mask-wearing mollusk? An uplifted bear? Explore the limits of your galaxy and your game with Starfinder Alien Archive 2!

The Alien Archive

Blank Journal, Composition, College Ruled Notebook at 6x9 for 120 Pages to Record Alien Abduction, UFO, Stories about the Extraterrestrial for a Personal Story and More

Author: Roasting Pumpkins

Publisher: Independently Published

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Category:

Page: 122

View: 118

The Alien Archive Notebook Journal is a 6x9 College Ruled BLANK notebook style book that can be used as a journal or field notes or short stories or novels about aliens and UFOs. Just like a regular notebook the pages can also be used as a sketch book and for sketching scenes that you experienced or dreamed about or imagined. Keep this as a journal of your alien or UFO encounters. Or, if you're not into that sort of thing and know someone that is, this makes a great gift for them or even a gag gift for fun. Finally, it contains 120 pages of college ruled paper for your writing, planning, drawing or whatever you want.

Star Wars Alien Archive

A Guide to the Species of the Galaxy

Author:

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Category: Extraterrestrial beings in motion pictures

Page: 157

View: 969

Wookiees, wampas and Weequays; Biths, banthas and bogwings; porgs, puffer pigs and Pau'ans; this is the ultimate species guide for Star Wars fans aged 7 to 70! This comprehensive collection will tell you all you need to know about the aliens of the galaxy. Deep in the stacks of the Graf Archive, an old traveller's journal has been discovered and restored for public viewing. A long time ago this unknown traveller documented his stories about the many creatures found in each destination he explored, and includes famous movie locations such as the Mos Eisley cantina on Tatooine, Maz's Castle and the holy city of Jedha. The archivist restored this journal and added facts and stats about the cultures, legends and famous members of over 200 species, including famous characters such as Chewbacca, Ahsoka, Wicket and many more. Alien Archive is beautifully illustrated with full colour artworks, sketches and diagrams by Tim McDonagh, illustrator of Star Wars Galactic Atlas 9781405279987.

'an Alien Ideology'

Cold War Perceptions of the Irish Republican Left

Author: John Mulqueen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Cold War

Page: 224

View: 410

An 'Irish Cuba' - on Britain's doorstep? This book studies perceptions of the Soviet Union's influence over Irish revolutionaries during the Cold War. The Dublin authorities did not allow the Irish state's non-aligned status to prevent them joining the West's struggle against communism. Leading officials, such as Colonel Dan Bryan in G2, the Irish army intelligence directorate, argued that Ireland should assist the NATO powers. British and Irish officials believed communists in Ireland were directed by the British communist party, the CPGB. If Moscow's express adherents were too isolated to pose a threat in either Irish jurisdiction, the republican movement was a different matter. The authorities, north and south, saw that a communist-influenced IRA had potential appeal. This Cold War nightmare arrived with the outbreak of the Northern Ireland Troubles. Whitehall feared Dublin could become a Russian espionage hub, with the Marxist-led Official IRA acting as a Soviet proxy. To what extent did the Official republican movement's Workers' Party serve the Soviets' Cold War agenda?

Tracking Alien Encounters

Author: Jenna Vale

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 993

Readers will be fascinated by this book containing some of the most famous reported encounters with extraterrestrials to date. They will discover Grays, haunting eyewitness accounts, and some of the most well-known names in the investigation of alien life on Earth. Examples of relevant technology are also covered, such as satellites that detect fast radio bursts in space that may indicate the possibility of intelligent life beyond our solar system. This volume also encourages critical thinking skills with the Debunk It! sidebar, inspiring readers to embrace these accounts with open minds but to also come to their own conclusions using the evidence available. A chapter on the prevalence of extraterrestrials in pop culture rounds out this captivating text.

Aliens

Author: Greg Roza

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 562

Aliens have haunted the monster movies that have chilled and thrilled rapt audiences for years. This fun-filled film resource begins with the ancient alien history in art, literature, and other classic works. It covers scary science fiction's most significant writers and how their stories came to influence alien movies for years to come. Beginning with the first alien films ever made, the book carries readers through the most popular flicks and sequels, with informative tidbits about their impact on audiences and the current events that may have in turn been mirrored in the movies.

Alien Investigation

Searching for the Truth about UFOs and Aliens

Author: Kelly Milner Halls

Publisher: Millbrook Press

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 388

Imagine . . . you're in the woods after dark. Eerie green lights appear in the distance. Then there's a sudden flash and everything is dark again. You decide to take a closer look. You come upon a saucer-shaped craft hovering silently just above the ground. You reach out to touch it, but the object suddenly shoots up into the sky. Have you just seen a UFO?Some people say they have had experiences like this. Are they telling the truth? To find out, Kelly Milner Halls investigated stories of eyewitnesses from around the world. She explored UFO sightings, landings, crashes, aliens, and even a few hoaxes. She also interviewed several of the world's UFO experts. Examine her findings and decide for yourself whether visitors from other worlds are real.