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Treasure Island (Marvel Illustrated)

by Marvel
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Robert Louis Stevenson's seafaring adventure is brought to graphic life by scrivener Roy Thomas and a new penciling sensation Mario Gully! This is a classic tale that has thrilled generations of readers, taken in by the allure of the sea - as only Stevenson could present it! Don't dare miss this limited series adapting the entire novel, me hearties, or walkin' the plank ye'll be! Collects Marvel Illustrated: Treasure Island #1-6.

Nim's Island

by Yearling
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  • Yearling Books

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A girl. An iguana. An island. And e-mail. Meet Nim–a modern-day Robinson Crusoe! She can chop down bananas with a machete, climb tall palm trees, and start a fire with a piece of glass. So she’s not afraid when her scientist dad sails off to study plankton for three days, leaving her alone on their island. Besides, it’s not as if no one’s looking after her–she’s got a sea lion to mother her and an iguana for comic relief. She also has an interesting new e-mail pal. But when her father’s cell-phone calls stop coming and disaster seems near, Nim has to be stronger and braver than she’s ever been before.

And she’ll need all her friends to help her.

From the Hardcover edition.

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Itty Bitty Comics: Grimmiss Island

Itty Bitty Comics: Grimmiss Island

Published by Dark Horse Books 2015

ISBN 1616557680,9781616557683

From the pages of "Itty Bitty Comics!" comes "Grimmiss Island!" When the Volcano Goddess threatens the Mama Woogees' tiny island, only little Grimmiss can save the day! This wacky yarn has it all: hot lava, lost love, and witch doctors! Don't even get us started on the angry cactus, the screenwriting armadillo, and the strange disturbance that has awakened the island's tiki monoliths! When you're little guy with a skull head, there's adventure around every corner! From the Eisner Award-winning creative minds of Art Baltazar and Franco! Tropical drinks not included.

Talking Comics at 200: Some Personal Thoughts

Talking Comics at 200: Some Personal Thoughts. As we here at Talking Comics celebrate our 200th issue, I find myself, as is my usual wont, growing reflective regarding my time hereabouts, and the tremendous impact that our enterprise, my co-hosts, and this community have had upon the... On the happy occasion of our “birthday” my thoughts run toward how truly privileged I am to be a part of this family of friends. now it’s not as if I’m Oliver Twist roaming the streets, as my childhood was certainly filled with joy, and as long-time readers know, my Mom and Dad are responsible for my love of reading, and of reading comics, respectively. That said, as the tomorrows creep by in their petty pace from day-to-day, I oft-times find myself in a melancholy mood about those things in life that have eluded me, but the swiftest cure for those moments is turning my thoughts to these climes. Bobby Shortle initially started Talking Comics , and then brought together Ms. Stephanie Cooke, Mr. Steve Seigh, and your Obedient Servant, I’m fairly certain that his goal was to simply curate an entertaining and informative show each week, which... None of us could have realized that what would grow from these humble seeds would be the amazing community that has sprouted around our passion project, a community that has quite literally reached around the globe, and which for me personally has... Part of what has made this endeavour so near to my heart has been the overwhelmingly positive reaction to what we present, even when we’ve ventured into some treacherous waters. I’ve been thrilled by the response to our “Women In Comics” weeks and the great dialogue that’s been started on the issues of representation and the changing nature of fandom. On an even more personal level, the lovely e-mails that I’ve received on such things as my appreciation of the Sensational She-Hulk , my farewell odes to the Fantastic Four and Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Captain Marvel , or our Talking Comics “Wonder... Here’s the thing though. many of the greatest moments have come when a listener or reader has made the leap across the aether because they’ve been moved to do so, as this listener was about my views regarding what I felt was some objectifying artwork during the Janelle... I really appreciate all the time and effort you guys put in week in and week out. Thank you very much. On the show today (#137) you made a comment about people that don’t listen because you’re too much of a feminist. I find this really funny because when I first found the show I was of the opinion that you ARE too much of a feminist. I’m a 33 year old dad. My oldest is 6 and my little one is almost 2. My 6 year old and I have read comics at bed time every night since she was 4. It’s a really great thing that we share together. I can’t wait to start with the little one. I tell you that to tell you this. I don’t always agree with your “feminist views”, but I’ve learned to appreciate the difference in opinion and thinking. It’s helped me to view things in ways I otherwise wouldn’t. More than anything though, you’re helping me be a better dad to my two girls, and I appreciate that more than you could know. Thank you very much, and keep up the great work. (I’m still humbled re-reading this letter more than a year after I received it. ). Other correspondents have become such great friends that I can’t imagine that they weren’t always a part of my life. ), Logan, Kyle, “msdc” (you know who you are. ), and to so, so many others, my thanks for taking that first step, and to those ladies who took the next leap and became our sisters-in-arms, Melissa, Mara, and Maria, go a special tip of the cap for their friendship, intelligence, and charm, not... Last, but most certainly not least, are my colleagues, Stephanie, Bobby, and Steve, who fill each day of the week that isn’t.

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Very Good Condition Very Good Condition, Text appears to be clean. Cover has minor wear, looks very nice. Binding is tight and pages are nice and crisp. Edges and corners have minor wear. Looks Great! Has used sticker on the spine and back of the book. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 3. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Comics & Graphic Novels. ISBN: 1596432586. ISBN/EAN: 9781596432581. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 1561025843.


Momotaro Xander and the Lost Island of Monsters
Momotaro Xander and the Lost Island of Monsters


Xander Miyamoto would rather do almost anything than listen to his sixth grade teacher, Mr. Stedman, drone on about weather disasters happening around the globe. If Xander could do stuff he's good at instead, like draw comics and create computer programs, and if Lovey would stop harassing him for being half Asian, he might not be counting the minutes until the dismissal bell. When spring break begins at last, Xander plans to spend it playing computer games with his best friend, Peyton. Xander's father briefly distracts him with a comic book about some samurai warrior that pops out of a peach pit. Xander tosses it aside, but Peyton finds it more interesting. Little does either boy know that the comic is a warning. They are about to be thrust into the biggest adventure of their lives-a journey wilder than any Xander has ever imagined, full of weird monsters even worse than Lovey. To win at this deadly serious game they will have to rely on their wits, courage, faith, and especially, each other. Maybe Xander should have listened to Mr. Stedman about the weather after all. .


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