This 98 page graphic novel is created by John Workman, whose extensive experience in the comic book field is evident in every panel. Workman introduces us to ROMA, a woman of mystery...even to... More > herself... as she finds life, death , love, and perhaps mankind's final redemption in this fantasy/science fiction graphic novel. ROMA is the story of a girl who is so much more than merely super-human!
Beautiful art, compelling story and haunting questions make ROMA irresistible.< Less
This book deals in two chapters the basic aspects to understand the coinage during the thirteenth century. The first concerns the political and financial capacity of the king for issuing coins. Their... More > understanding involves developing the evolution of the presence of silver in the space of the Kingdom of León during XII c. and focuses on a key policy document such as the Cortes of Benavente of 1202. The second deals with the coinage itself, taking into account the production of pure silver coins, which implies an advance in Castile in comparison with other contemporary kingdoms, due to the geographical position, being frontier with the Islamic kingdoms.< Less
"West Side's Stories" is a 12-months calendar for year of 2014. It tells visual stories about Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City. The Upper West Side became the city's new... More > residential quarter in late 19th and early 20th Century. Mostly, these homes were built for residents who worked downtown. The new elevated lines of the 1870s made it possible to develop this barren, rocky terrain into blocks of row houses, tenements and apartment houses for the very wealthy and for the working middle-class. The city's new quarter quickly attracted many established religious institutions that built grand buildings on important corner lots in an effort to outshine one another. Cultural institutions also blossomed in this new, elite section of the city. This walk will focus on different housing types, and the development of the multiple-dwelling building, from the tenement to the grand apartment house.< Less