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Terribly Artistic: Perfectly Lovely By Kathy Simonetta
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This book is a compilation of 70 or so drawings completed within a span of three years. It includes everything from black and white ink drawings, to vivid watercolor illustrations. All are original... More > works of Kathy Simonetta.< Less
The Terrible Fate of Miss Marvellous By John Gallagher, Markus
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(A work of dark fantasy) Seven exciting full page graphic illustrations by well-known cartoonist John Gallagher, in comic-book style. Superheroine Miss Marvellous prepares for action with a sensuous... More > self-pleasuring and then puts on her figure-flattering costume ready for the fray. Ambushed and robbed of her superpowers early on in a cat-fight with her arch-foe, Cleopatra Midnight, she is overpowered and secured in chains to await her fate at the hands of the evil sadist. Cleopatra has had years in jail, thanks to Miss Midnight’s super powers, time to carefully plan her revenge in bizarre detail. She hooks her up to a fiendish forced milking machine, the Milkatron, to extract every last drop of milk and substance from her magnificent breasts, leaving only empty sacs of skin. Then she force-feeds her poor victim, formerly Miss Marvellous, foul fat, over days, to inflate the initially toned athletic body to a shapeless mass of blubber, before stealing her car.< Less
Henry Fuseli: 138 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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Henry Fuseli was a British painter, draughtsman, and writer on art, born in Zürich, Switzerland. As a painter, Fuseli favoured the supernatural and leaning everything on an ideal scale,... More > believing a certain amount of hyperbole necessary in the higher branches of historical painting. The figures in his paintings are full of life and earnestness. Like Rubens he excelled in the art of setting his figures in motion. Though the lofty and terrible was his proper sphere, Fuseli had a fine perception of the ridiculous. Fuseli painted more than 200 pictures, but exhibited only a small number of them. His sketches or designs numbered about 800; they have admirable qualities of invention and design, and are frequently superior to his paintings. Fuseli produced no landscapes and painted only two portraits. Among his pupils were John Constable, Benjamin Haydon, William Etty, Edwin Landseerand and for a time many English artists copied his mannerisms.< Less
Blackrock Story By Jordan Elliott
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This is a book with some interesting drawings from the mind of a future actor.
The Monster Sketchbook By Christopher Signore
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A collection of terribly terrifying drawings and sketches of monsters - from the large and furry to the small but deadly, these are drawn to delight monster fans everywhere!
Cruel? Unusual?? - You Decide on the Death Penalty By Ross R Olney
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This book for young adults is hard hitting. It pulls no punches in discussing the death penalty, the electric chair, and various other ways that people have learned how to "legally" kill... More > other people. The book covers a number of trials, some very straightforward and some almost shameful in the terrible way of using the system to sentence someone to death, and to execute them. The book does not try to suggest how the reader should feel, but does point out that since the death penalty is still in a legal limbo, it will be the young people of today who will make the final decision on whether or not this way of punishment will continue in the United States.< Less
Not Simply Every Sunset Over Eden By Bob Condia
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Not Simply Every Sunset Over Eden suggests that imagination can be a terrible thing. Cataloged are 31 complex watercolor illustrations; and 17 Dinner Sketches finger painted in ink, wine and coffee.... More > The designs are small exigent pages made by the hands while under the influence of a poetic will. The images are proposed of an architect’s imagination and interrogated by close inspection. There is poetic intent: that each illustration carry a 3-way burden of face, place, and horizon. A face is what it seems, a mask looking back at you from the page. The invitation of human scale into the scene is making place. A collection which tenders a glimpse into an imagination revealed as illustrated daydreams of poetic caption. Bob Condia is a Professor of Architecture and an Architect with Condia + Ornelas Architects. He believes that analog illustrations represent the hand-eye collaboration of thinking. Not Simply Every Sunset Over Eden is introduced by Brian Dougan with a “Preface” by Henri deHahn.< Less
The Council of the Gods By Stefan Serbicki
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Based on Greek mythology, this novel follows the adventures of Sofia, a child goddess adopted by the Muses, who's world is turned upside down when she finds out she is part mortal. This terrible... More > knowledge sets her on a quest to discover her true origins. To achieve this she will have to elude the agents of Zeus and his Council -- who are aghast to learn a mortal lives in their midst -- and draw on an inner strenght she did not know she possessed. She is not alone, however. Thalia, youngest of the Muses, a blind centaur named Erieros, and the ghost of the Greek warrior Achilles will help her in her quest. If they do not succeed a terrible fate awaits.< Less
Victimless Crime By M.C. Glynne
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Special Agent Daniel Kleison has been warned off a case involving the search for missing children bred in a terrible scheme to create a new breed of disciples for the Church. As disinclined as he is... More > to comply, he has no choice. At the same time, a deeper conspiracy continues to brew. The secret entity behind this madness pitches the Church into the public eye as the culprits for what’s really on the agenda. To do this, and to keep the case from drawing anymore attention, everyone related to the case must be silenced. A mistake in damage control draws one woman into the fight to get to the bottom of who is actually pulling strings in a deadly game of intrigue and mystery.< Less
Wenonah II By Adam Grohman
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An Underwater Historical Research Society Short History Publication - Wenonah II - Researcher & Diver Adam Grohman recounts the terrible explosion aboard the Wenonah II on July 16, 1929 in... More > Hempstead Harbor, Glen Cove, New York. In addition to the loss of the motor yacht formally known as the Modesty, Grohman provides an interesting look at the vessel's owner, financier J.A. Stillman. Includes author's preface, detailed source listing, original drawings by the author based on newspaper images,and original photographs.< Less