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1000 Facts about Superheroes Vol. 3 By James Egan
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Spider-Man has fought Nazi bees. Batman has fought Superman at least 16 times. David Bowie nearly played Daredevil. The creator of Wonder Woman believed women should govern the world. Thor owns two... More > killer goats. The Justice League have teamed up with He-Man. Stan Lee devised Iron Man to show that he could make the least likeable character successful. Originally, Aquaman had to make contact with water every hour or he died. Storm was meant to be called Black Cat and had the power to turn into a feline. Robin killed three people in his debut comic. There is a pig version of Gambit called Hambit. Flash can punch a person a billion times per second. Wolverine allied with Captain America during World War II. Green Arrow has a Nuclear Bomb arrow. Silver Surfer’s surfboard is alive. Shazam popularized the phrase, “Holy moly!” The CIA tried to hire The Punisher to kill Osama Bin Laden.< Less
1000 Facts about Comic Book Characters By James Egan
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Due to a typo, Doctor Octopus called Spider-Man “Superman” in one issue. Batman thought Bane was his brother. Tony Stark has a 3D printer that makes Iron Man suits. Green Arrow has 135... More > trick arrows including a Baby Rattle Arrow and a Stepladder Arrow. In the first Avengers story, the Hulk juggled elephants while pretending to be a robot clown. The average Green Lantern only serves for four years before they are killed. There was nearly a Broadway musical of Captain America during the 1990s. Lex Luthor found the cure for cancer and AIDS. Deadpool has a 14-state restraining order from The Olsen Twins. If Superman punched someone at full force, it would create a heatwave that is 13 billion times hotter than the surface of the Sun. Green Goblin’s email address is oz@amazinghair.net Judge Dredd has teamed up with Batman. In recent comics, Harley Quinn has teamed up with an egg.< Less
1000 Facts About Comic Book Characters Vol. 2 By James Egan
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DC Comics tried to sue Rihanna for calling her fashion brand, Robyn, even though that is her real name. Captain America fought President Ronald Reagan after he turned into a snake. Batman’s... More > butler, Alfred, shot the Predator with a musket. Deadpool has been married nine times. Flash can move so fast, he can create a cyclone. Doctor Octopus was an Avenger. Green Arrow has many trick arrows including a Fake Cat Arrow and a Fake Uranium Arrow. Iron Man teamed up with a teenage version of himself. Superman has the power of super-ventriloquism. The Joker has a two-headed cat. Despite the fact that Nick Fury wears an eye patch, he has two eyes. Wonder Woman’s chef is a minotaur. In early issues, Magneto had the power of invisibility. The first issue of Spawn is one of the most successful comics of all time. The Justice League train on Jupiter’s moons. Spider-Man was nearly called Fly-Man. Aquaman’s first love was a dolphin. Judas Iscariot is a DC superhero.< Less
The Fanciful Prince (Volume 2) By Guy Boulianne
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Guy Boulianne is a collection of texts written and published on his website between the months of June 2016 and January 2017. It follows the first volume that introduced the reader to his personal... More > quest, both spiritual and historical. From mysterious France to the origins of his family, the reader could then follow him in his discoveries which he shared without any restraint. In this new book, the author focuses on explaining the origins of his ancestors. From the Viscount of Nîmes Ursus to militia Captain Jean-Marc de Bouillanne, to Judge Paul Boyer de Bouillane, he traces the course of history and manages to link dates, places and events to make everything coherent. He now wishes to go further by using Y-DNA analysis, followed by autosomal DNA analysis, to demonstrate whether or not the Bouillanne family is blood — bound to the Planta and Planta de Wildenberg families. In fact, the two families lived in the same regions, where the Dauphiné was in France and Switzerland....< Less
Operation Sunrise: Secrets from the Deep By William J. Tidd
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Merriam Press World War 2 Fiction. This pre-World War II novel begins with the arrival of the submarine USS Devilray at San Diego in 1935. After the original captain and executive officer are killed... More > in an accident, LtCdr William Todd is assigned. We trace his journey across the nation, become acquainted with his best friend, follow the poignant love story with his wife, and follow along as he assumes command of the Devilray. After being transferred to Pearl Harbor, Devilray is sent on a Top Secret mission in 1937 to pick up two high valued assets. These individuals are on a mission for Roosevelt to secure classified documents that outline the Japanese intention to conquer Asia. If political negotiations don’t succeed, he will present these documents to Congress and request a declaration of war on Japan. The conclusion centers around the investigation of Commander Todd’s son and his wife in 1999 who finally determine what really happened to his father’s submarine and the mystery surrounding its demise.< Less
PATHWAYS TO EDEN By Patricia Edwards
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Lost? No one to give you directions? Don't know which way to go? When you stand lost at the crossroads, you look for someone to come along to show you how to get out of your predicament. Sometimes... More > you receive the answer you have been waiting for and sometimes it seems like you don’t. When you look for the correct pathway, you have to look to the person who can supply the answers. Jesus said to his followers, “I am the Way—yes, and the Truth, and the Life. No one can come to the Father except through me.” Jesus came to show us the way which meant that he had to equip us with a lesson plan and instructions on how to live in the world and get a handle on our circumstances, yet not be a part of it; he showed us how to have the peace of the Lord and enjoy all the world has to offer without compromising our ideals. Jesus is the captain and the head, steering Eve’s children to follow the correct course back to their first home, the Garden of Eden.< Less
PATHWAYS TO EDEN By Patricia Edwards
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Lost? No one to give you directions? Don't know which way to go? When you stand lost at the crossroads, you look for someone to come along to show you how to get out of your predicament. Sometimes... More > you receive the answer you have been waiting for and sometimes it seems like you don’t. When you look for the correct pathway, you have to look to the person who can supply the answers. Jesus said to his followers, “I am the Way—yes, and the Truth, and the Life. No one can come to the Father except through me.” Jesus came to show us the way which meant that he had to equip us with a lesson plan and instructions on how to live in the world and get a handle on our circumstances, yet not be a part of it; he showed us how to have the peace of the Lord and enjoy all the world has to offer without compromising our ideals. Jesus is the captain and the head, steering Eve’s children to follow the correct course back to their first home, the Garden of Eden.< Less
Drowning and Other Undetermined Factors - Numerology the Death of Natalie Wood By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Crime research numerologist Pamela Lillian Valemont, with 35 years of numerology behind her, takes an indepth look at the charts of Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner, and Christopher Walken, pinpointing... More > the events of 29th November, 1981, the night Natalie disappeared in the dark, cold waters off the coast of Santa Catalina Island. Did she fall, or was she pushed, off the fantail of the Splendour? Is there truth to the claim now made, almost thirty-three years later, by the Captain, Dennis Davern? Did he witness a violent altercation between Natalie and Robert, culminating in Wagner showing his wife so hard that she toppled over the side of the luxury 60' yacht? Is it true that Wagner refused to let him go to the aid of non-swimmer Natalie, who cried for help and struggled in the darkness of the ocean? Is it true that the couple in the Capricorn adjacent offered to help rescue her, an offer that was rejected in a slurred tone from the Splendour? What do the numbers tell us happened that night to Natalie Wood?< Less
Gleanings In Joshua By A.W Pink
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Joshua was born in the land of Egypt and with the sole exception of Caleb he was the only adult Israelite in the great exodus who survived the forty years wanderings in the wilderness and actually... More > entered Canaan. He is mentioned for the first time in Exodus 17:9, where he is introduced to our notice most abruptly, nothing being told us there of his parentage, early history, or his piety. It was on the occasion when Amalek came and fought against Israel at Rephidim: "Moses said unto Joshua, Choose out men and go fight with Amalek". From that brief statement we gather that our hero had already attracted the notice of Moses, gained his confidence and was therefore a man of valor and competent to be captain over others. The following verse also represents him in a favorable light: "So Joshua did as Moses had said to him": he made no demur, objected not to receive orders from his superior, but obediently complied with his instructions.< Less
Bleak House By charles Dickens
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The term "Bleak House" refers to two different houses -- the one owned originally by John Jarndyce, to which Ada, Esther, and Richard come to live with him, and to the second Bleak... More > House, built for Esther and her husband at the end of the book. That said, the Bleak Houses in Bleak House are not bleak at all. They are happy houses. The title of the book is more indicative of the social ills and hypocrisy that Dickens addresses in it. Sir Leicester Dedlock is introduced as the height of British Aristocracy. He has a home in rural Lincolnshire called Chesney Wold. His beautiful wife lives with him, and is the apex of the fashionable world. She hides a terrible secret -- before she met Sir Leicester she bore an illegitimate child with her lover Captain Hawdon. She thinks that child has died. This child, Esther Summerson, has been raised by her godmother, who she finds out is really her aunt.< Less

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