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The Invisibles Omnibus

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher: Titan Publishing Company
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This title collects all three volumes of controversial and fan-loved series 'The Invisibles'. Follow the adventures of The Invisibles, a secret organization out to battle against physical and psychic oppression brought upon humanity by the interdimensional alien gods of the Archons of Outer Church.


Black Crown Omnibus Vol 1

Author: Rob Davis
Publisher: IDW Publishing
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The quarterly compendium of comics + culture is collected in one seriously thick paperback! Main features include "Tales from the Black Crown Pub" by award-winner Rob Davis; "Cud: Rich and Strange" by bandmates/co-writers Will Potter & Carl Puttnam and artist Philip Bond, and "Cannonball Comics" by Leah Moore and Dilraj Mann. Special features include "Hey, Amateur," "Beat Surrender," creator interviews, and a (ghost) walking tour through Canon Street where the characters commingle and corrupt. All this plus the first issues of BLACK CROWN launch titles: Kid Lobotomy, Assassinistas, and Punks Not Dead make this a must-have package of the latest in art and alchemy!


The Superhero Reader

Author: Charles Hatfield
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
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Despite their commercial appeal and cross-media reach, superheroes are only recently starting to attract sustained scholarly attention. This groundbreaking collection brings together essays and book excerpts by major writers on comics and popular culture. While superhero comics are a distinct and sometimes disdained branch of comics creation, they are integral to the development of the North American comic book and the history of the medium. For the past half-century they have also been the one overwhelmingly dominant market genre. The sheer volume of superhero comics that have been published over the years is staggering. Major superhero universes constitute one of the most expansive storytelling canvases ever fashioned. Moreover, characters inhabiting these fictional universes are immensely influential, having achieved iconic recognition around the globe. Their images and adventures have shaped many other media, such as film, videogames, and even prose fiction. The primary aim of this reader is twofold: first, to collect in a single volume a sampling of the most sophisticated commentary on superheroes, and second, to bring into sharper focus the ways in which superheroes connect with larger social, cultural, literary, aesthetic, and historical themes that are of interest to a great many readers both in the academy and beyond.


Grant Morrison and the Superhero Renaissance

Author: Darragh Greene
Publisher: McFarland
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Superheroes are enjoying a cultural resurgence, dominating the box office and breaking out of specialty comics stores onto the shelves of mainstream retailers. A leading figure behind the superhero Renaissance is Grant Morrison, long-time architect of the DC Comics' universe and author of many of the most successful comic books in recent years. Renowned for his anarchic original creations--Zenith, The Invisibles, The Filth, We3--as well as for his acclaimed serialized comics--JLA, Superman, Batman, New X-Men--Grant Morrison has radically redefined the superhero archetype. Known for his eccentric lifestyle and as a practitioner of "pop magic," Morrison sees the superhero as not merely fantasy but a medium for imagining a better humanity. Drawing on a variety of analytical approaches, this first-ever collection of critical essays on his work explores his rejuvenation of the figure of the superhero as a means to address the challenges of modern life.


Sheri S Tepper SF Gateway Omnibus

Author: Sheri S. Tepper
Publisher: Hachette UK
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From The SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic SFF titles ever assembled, comes an ideal sample introduction to Sheri S. Tepper, the author of several resoundingly acclaimed novels, including Beauty, which was voted Best Fantasy Novel of the Year by readers of Locus. She is one of the few writers to have titles in both the SF and Fantasy Masterworks lists. This omnibus contains three of her acclaimed SF novels: After Long Silence, Shadow's End and Six Moon Dance.


Let s Get It Started The Rise Rise of the Black Eyed Peas

Author: Daryl Easlea
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The first in-depth biography of The Black Eyed Peas explored their rise from back-street gangsta rap to globally famous group. Tells the full story from the backstreets of Los Angeles in the mid 1980s to the formation of the Black Eyed Peas and a record deal in the mid 1990s.


Omnibus Films

Author: David Scott Diffrient
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
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As the first book-length exploration of internationally distributed, multi-director episode films, Omnibus Films fills a considerable gap in the history of world cinema and aims to expand contemporary understandings of authorship, genre, narrative, and tr


The Walter De La Mare Omnibus

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Batman by Grant Morrison Omnibus 2

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Grant Morrison's plunges the Dark Knight into his wildest adventure yet. Batman has proven he can win no matter the odds, but what happens when his opponent is death itself? The Dark Knight has fallen, sacrificing himself in the Final Crisis to defeat the ultimate evil. Tim Drake has laid down the mantle of Robin to search the world for a sign that his mentor can be brought back from oblivion. Now collecting the entirety of this epic saga, this second of three omnibus collections introduces Batman to his son, Damian Wayne, and takes the Caped Crusader from the brink of death to the edge of madness. These blockbuster stories, including the now-classic Batman & Son, Batman: The Black Glove and Batman R.I.P., feature a deconstruction of superhero comics like no other, with a challenging, thought-provoking take on the man behind the cowl. This edition also includes the milestone 700th issue of Batman, featuring stories spotlighting each of the Batmen from different eras, with art from Andy Kubert, Tony Daniel and Frank Quitely. Collects Batman #700-702, Batman & Robin #1-16 and Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #1-6.


The Animal Man Omnibus

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher: Vertigo
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With a family to support, Buddy is torn between traditional superheroics and getting involved in the legally grey world of animal rights activism.