Black Panther

Marvel Masterworks Vol. 2

Author: Various

Publisher: Marvel Entertainment


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 352

View: 851

Jack "King" Kirby returns to the character he made history with as Marvel Masterworks presents his complete Black Panther series and its never-before-reprinted conclusion in one massive volume! Kirby's limitless imagination unfurls before you as T'Challa unlocks the secret of King Solomon's frog, encounters alien races, battles eternal samurai warriors and much, much more. The history of the Wakandans, their majestic city, their amazing technology and the origins of Vibranium are all explored with a power and passion that only Kirby can offer. COLLECTING: BLACK PANTHER (1977) 1-15; MARVEL PREMIERE (1972) 51-53 AND MATERIAL FROM MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) 100

The Council of Heresy

A Primer of Poetry in a Balkanised Terrain

Author: Andrew Duncan



Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 314

View: 225

Andrew Duncan's latest study of contemporary British poetry offers studies of some thirteen modern poets, together with a number of general essays giving an overview of events and trends in British poetry over the past thirty to forty years. Some of the names will surprise, others will be expected. The juxtapositions of ideas, and of names, will disturb those who are more comfortable with trench warfare than with dialogue, and Duncan's startling apercus will leave even the most well-read student of poetry wondering.

Blood Skies Omnibus Vol. 1

Author: Steven Montano

Publisher: Steven Montano


Category: Art

Page: 823

View: 424

Vampires. Magic. War. Welcome to the world After the Black. This collected edition includes the first three novels of the Blood Skies saga — BLOOD SKIES, BLACK SCARS and SOULRAZOR — plus the all-new short story CRUCIFIX POINT. Completely re-edited and featuring exciting new cover art by Barry Currey, the BLOOD SKIES OMNIBUS is a must-have for any Dark Fantasy or Military Sci-Fi collection! BLOOD SKIES Southern Claw warlock Eric Cross is a member of Viper Squad, ordered to pursue the renegade witch called Red across a war-torn wasteland before she can betray vital secrets to the Ebon Cities. BLACK SCARS Cross and a band of unlikely allies find themselves on the trail of a recently released evil as it stalks the land in search of its ancient enemy, leaving a trail of madness and destruction in its wake. CRUCIFIX POINT Sent to investigate a series of mysterious vanishings in the wastelands, Cross and his newly-formed mercenary team learn the true fate of those killed during the massacre at Crucifix Point. SOULRAZOR Cross and his team are tasked with halting enemy activity near the remote city-state of Fane, where vampire agents have teamed up with a former Revenger to locate a deadly weapon called Soulrazor.

Uncanny X-Men Masterworks Vol. 1

Author: Chris Claremont

Publisher: Marvel Entertainment


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 192

View: 128

Collects Giant-Size X-Men #1 & X-Men #94-100. The Children of the Atom, runts of the Silver Age litter, are reborn as the All-New, All-Different team of mutants that took the world by storm! With the original team held hostage by unknown forces, Professsor X recruits an international cast including Wolverine, Storm, Colossus, Nightcrawler, Banshee, Sunfire and Warpath to take on the mantle of the Uncanny X-Men! Marked by progressive politics and personal conflicts, these All-New X-Men redefined super-hero teams for a generation of readers that can’t get enough X-adventure to this day. Here for the first time you’ll see Wolverine throw down with Cyclops; experience the shocking death of an X-Man; tremble at the return of the towering Sentinels; watch as X-Man battles X-Man as the new team attempts to tear apart the old; and bear witness to the sacrifice of Jean Grey. They’re mutant milestones of the highest order, one and all – the stories that set the table for a comics revolution – so reserve that copy today, True Believer!

Killraven Masterworks Vol. 1

Author: Don McGregor

Publisher: Marvel Entertainment


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 488

View: 944

Collecting Amazing Adventures (1970) #18-39 And Marvel Graphic Novel #7. It is the year 2018. The Martian invasion of Earth has left our world shattered and its population enslaved. Into this post-apocalyptic nightmare comes Killraven, a man obsessed with his mission: to free Earth! Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell took on Killraven’s quest, and together they crafted some of the most compelling and nuanced comic-art masterpieces of the era. Their hero and his band of Freemen rebels strive, grow, battle and love with a humanity that’s as touching as it is exciting. And now, the complete Killraven sci-fi action opus is collected in this incomparable Marvel Masterworks — beautifully restored and featuring an amazing selection of behind-the-scenes material!

Savage She-Hulk Masterworks Vol. 1

Author: David Anthony Kraft

Publisher: Marvel Entertainment


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 320

View: 273

Collects Savage She-Hulk (1980) #1-14. When criminal defense attorney Jennifer Walters is shot by a mob hitman, her cousin saves her life with a blood transfusion - but that cousin is Bruce Banner, and his gamma-irradiated blood turns her into the Savage She-Hulk! Suddenly she's a mean, green lawyering machine, and criminals the world over had better watch out. Now, experience She-Hulk's adventures from the very beginning! Her quest will take her from the halls of justice to other dimensions and pit her against Iron Man, mind-controlling cults, the Man- Thing, and even her own father. But despite her new power, can Jennifer Walters survive the beast within? Her own blood is killing her - and only Morbius the Living Vampire may have the cure!

Poetry and Work

Work in Modern and Contemporary Anglophone Poetry

Author: Jo Lindsay Walton

Publisher: Springer Nature


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 396

View: 184

Poetry and Work offers a timely and much-needed re-examination of the relationship between work and poetry. The volume questions how lines are drawn between work and non-work, how social, political, and technological upheavals transform the nature of work, how work appears or hides within poetry, and asks if poetry is work, or play, or something else completely. The book interrogates whether poetry and avant-garde and experimental writing can provide models for work that is less alienated and more free. In this major new collection, sixteen scholars and poets draw on a lively array of theory and philosophy, archival research, fresh readings, and personal reflection in order to consider work and poetry: the work in poetry and the work of poetry. Individual chapters address issues such as the many professions, occupations, and tasks of poets beyond and around writing; poetry’s special relationship with ‘craft’; work's relationship with gender, class, race, disability, and sexuality; how work gets recognised or rendered invisible in aesthetic production and beyond; the work of poetry and the work of political activism and organising; and the notion of poetry itself as a space where work and play can blur, and where postwork imaginaries can be nurtured and explored.

Uncanny Inhumans Vol. 1

Time Crush

Author: Charles Soule

Publisher: Marvel Entertainment


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 136

View: 283

Meet the Uncanny Inhumans. MEDUSA! BLACK BOLT! TRITON! READER! HUMAN TORCH?! BEAST?! It's eight months later and everything is different for the Inhumans. Medusa and Johnny Storm are an item. Black Bolt is running covert missions of his own. And something so big happened between the Inhumans and the X-Men that Beast is now on the side of the Inhumans. And if that's not enough, the most dangerous villain throughout Marvel's history is against them-KANG THE CONQUEROR. Don't miss what the epic team behind DEATH OF WOLVERINE (Charles Soule and Steve McNiven) have in store for you. COLLECTING: UNCANNY INHUMANS #0-4, FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2015 (INHUMANS STORY).

Intellectual Mastery of Nature. Theoretical Physics from Ohm to Einstein, Volume 1

The Torch of Mathematics, 1800 to 1870

Author: Christa Jungnickel

Publisher: University of Chicago Press


Category: Reference

Page: 384

View: 871

Christina Jungnickel and Russell McCormmach have created in these two volumes a panoramic history of German theoretical physics. Bridging social, institutional, and intellectual history, they chronicle the work of the researchers who, from the first years of the nineteenth century, strove for an intellectual mastery of nature. Volume 1 opens with an account of physics in Germany at the beginning of the nineteenth century and of German physicists' reception of foreign mathematical and experimental work. Jungnickel and McCormmach follow G. S. Ohm, Wilhelm Weber, Franz Neumann, and others as these scientists work out the new possibilities for physics, introduce student laboratories and instruction in mathematical physics, organize societies and journals, and establish and advance major theories of classical physics. Before the end of the nineteenth century, German physics and its offspring, theoretical physics, had acquired nearly their present organizational forms. The foundations of the classical picture of the physical world had been securely laid, preparing the way for the developments that are the subject of volume 2.