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Lone Ranger, Resident Evil, Battlestar, Steed & Peel Avengers, Galactica By Jim Fenn
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Hilarious parodies of the new Lone Ranger film, old and new Battlestar Galactica, all the Resident Evil films plus the original Avengers. Join the zany adventures of the Loan Arranger and Toto,... More > Project Malice and her buddy Brains, Johns Teed and Lemon Peal, and best of all, the Wiper pilots of the Battledore Galaxina, Booboo, Jon Boy, Really, Beans, Dip, Flap Top, Chunks, Jelly, Crasher, Goatherd, Flyer, Steepler, Poppet, Fire Bug, Flopper, Buggy, Grubby, Flubber, Frou Frou, Dangler, Glub Glub, Dropper, Go Fish, Clock Watcher, Doorknob, Fluke, Handbag, Pudding and Flounder.< Less
Kindertales: Stories Old and New for the Children of the Folk By Freydis Heimdallson, Heidi Graw, John Mainer
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Why the Moon changes. How Odin got his famous steed Sleipnir. Where the Easter Bunny and Santa came from. What a goatherd did when a grasping shepherd threatened his flocks. These and other tales,... More > both old and new, are lovingly presented in this book of children's stories written especially for Heathen kids by Heathen parents. Each tale was carefully crafted to be read aloud to children of all ages. Large, easy-to-read print and original accent illustrations make this book a joy to share. Proceeds help support the Heathen Freehold of BC. Visit us online at http://community.bc-freehold.org.< Less
Anticlockwise By Rodney Marshall et al.
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The Avengers was a unique, genre-defying television series which blurred the traditional boundaries between ‘light entertainment’ and disturbing drama. It was a product of the... More > constantly-evolving 1960s yet retains a timeless charm. The arrival of Tara King and Mother saw The Avengers shaken and stirred, as writers and directors playfully engaged with a variety of film and television genres. Steed and Tara face increasingly odd adventures and dangers: killer clowns, a giant nose, love drugs, deadly board games, duplicate Steeds, Victorian fog, an underground ‘paradise’, and vengeful Home Counties cowboys. Anticlockwise draws on the knowledge of a broad range of experts and fans of The Avengers as it explores the surreal, unpredictable, psychedelic world of Tara King. “The Avengers challenged audiences to enjoy art beyond the ordinary.” (Matthew Lee) “The Avengers is a wonderful example of avoiding the tyranny of common sense.” (Robert Fuest)< Less
Anticlockwise By Rodney Marshall et al.
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The Avengers was a unique, genre-defying television series which blurred the traditional boundaries between ‘light entertainment’ and disturbing drama. It was a product of the... More > constantly-evolving 1960s yet retains a timeless charm. The arrival of Tara King and Mother saw The Avengers shaken and stirred, as writers and directors playfully engaged with a variety of film and television genres. Steed and Tara face increasingly odd adventures and dangers: killer clowns, a giant nose, love drugs, deadly board games, duplicate Steeds, Victorian fog, an underground ‘paradise’, and vengeful Home Counties cowboys. Anticlockwise draws on the knowledge of a broad range of experts and fans of The Avengers as it explores the surreal, unpredictable, psychedelic world of Tara King. “The Avengers challenged audiences to enjoy art beyond the ordinary.” (Matthew Lee) “The Avengers is a wonderful example of avoiding the tyranny of common sense.” (Robert Fuest)< Less
Mrs. Peel, We're Needed By Rodney Marshall et al.
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The Avengers was a unique, genre-defying television series which blurred the traditional boundaries between ‘light entertainment’ and disturbing drama. It was a product of the... More > constantly-evolving 1960s yet retains a timeless charm. The monochrome filmed Emma Peel season had established a cult following for a series which became an intrinsic part of the ‘Swinging Sixties’. Backed by US dollars, the show was now filmed ‘in color’ and Avengerland becomes stranger and more playful than ever: Steed is shrunk to the size of a desk pad, forced to evade a machine-gun-toting nanny; Emma Peel is tortured in a medieval ducking stool and turned into a living cybernaut. Mrs. Peel, We’re Needed draws on the knowledge of a broad range of experts and fans of The Avengers as it explores the wonderfully mad Technicolor world of Emma Peel.< Less
Bright Horizons By Rodney Marshall et al.
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The Avengers was a unique, genre-defying television series which blurred the traditional boundaries between ‘light entertainment’ and disturbing drama. It was a product of the... More > constantly-evolving 1960s yet retains a timeless charm. At the crossroads between the Cathy Gale-era stricture of video tape and the glossy, surreal, comic-strip world of ‘glorious Technicolor’, the monochrome filmed Emma Peel season represents the artistic pinnacle of a show which was exported around the world and remains the only British television drama to be networked at ‘primetime’ in the USA. Bright Horizons draws on the knowledge of a broad range of experts and fans of The Avengers – including scriptwriter Roger Marshall – offering critical explorations of all twenty-six ‘mini-films’ which made up Season 4, the collective peak of an extraordinary television series.< Less
Avengerland: A Critical Guide By Rodney Marshall
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At the vanguard of a 1960s cultural revolution, The Avengers was both critically acclaimed and commercially popular. As Britain’s imperial power crumbled away, the television series began to... More > colonise the globe. Critic Rodney Marshall is the son of Avengers script writer Roger Marshall. He has written and/or edited eight books on the series. Avengerland: A Critical Guide brings the main chapters from these previous volumes under one cover. In addition to a number of general essays, the guide explores fifty of the filmed episodes in depth, analysing the show from monochrome film through ‘Glorious Technicolor’ to its reincarnation as The New Avengers. Avengerland is an indispensable guide for fans of this iconic show.< Less
Avengerland: A Critical Guide By Rodney Marshall
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At the vanguard of a 1960s cultural revolution, The Avengers was both critically acclaimed and commercially popular. As Britain’s imperial power crumbled away, the television series began to... More > colonise the globe. Critic Rodney Marshall is the son of Avengers script writer Roger Marshall. He has written and/or edited eight books on the series. Avengerland: A Critical Guide brings the main chapters from these previous volumes under one cover. In addition to a number of general essays, the guide explores fifty of the filmed episodes in depth, analysing the show from monochrome film through ‘Glorious Technicolor’ to its reincarnation as The New Avengers. Avengerland is an indispensable guide for fans of this iconic show.< Less
Avengerland Revisited By Rodney Marshall et al.
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Avengerland Revisited offers the definitive guide to this iconic series, with the filmed era of the show reviewed from every possible angle. It places the original series within its 1960s context... More > and explores the ingredients which combine to make both The Avengers and The New Avengers unique: iconic characters; innovative script writers and direction; fashions; music; cars; sets and locations; the display of martial arts. Writers examine the structural elements of the show’s winning formula: the main titles; teasers; tags. Essays tackle key themes: the country house trap; graveyards; the art of murder; in addition to looking at why this quintessentially British show is such an international success. Avengers veterans Roger Marshall and Raymond Austin offer insiders’ views and Alan Hayes pays homage to the late, great Patrick Macnee. Avengerland Revisited is the definitive guide to this surreal never-never land.< Less
Avengerland Revisited By Rodney Marshall et al.
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Avengerland Revisited offers the definitive guide to this iconic series, with the filmed era of the show reviewed from every possible angle. It places the original series within its 1960s context... More > and explores the ingredients which combine to make both The Avengers and The New Avengers unique: iconic characters; innovative script writers and direction; fashions; music; cars; sets and locations; the display of martial arts. Writers examine the structural elements of the show’s winning formula: the main titles; teasers; tags. Essays tackle key themes: the country house trap; graveyards; the art of murder; in addition to looking at why this quintessentially British show is such an international success. Avengers veterans Roger Marshall and Raymond Austin offer insiders’ views and Alan Hayes pays homage to the late, great Patrick Macnee. Avengerland Revisited is the definitive guide to this surreal never-never land.< Less