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ANThology: Origin Parts 1 & 2 By Michael Kelly
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Parts one and two of ANThology: Origin. Origin is the first is a series of six three-part stories featuring Gregory and Daisy Ant and their journey to start a new hill. When Gregory finds out on the... More > day they're supposed to set off across the pond that Daisy didn't obtain a male aphid for their hill, she quickly enlists the help of a ne'er-do-well aphid named Anthony and his grasshopper friend, Sam. Anthony tries to scam the ants, only to become entranced with their female aphid, Rose Mary. (Also, the fact his scam rests on gaining her affections motivates his actions as well.) So, yeah, its about bugs, kinda weird, I know, but drawing people gets boring after a while. Plus, it can't suck much worse than some of the crap that comes on TV these days. (Cough, cough, The Hills, cough, cough)< Less
Invasion of the Goth By Bill Holbrook
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In 2014, Fi’s life was arranged exactly how she liked it: utterly walled off from all personal contact whatsoever. That barrier would soon come crashing down thanks to Dethany, the Corporate... More > Goth. Dethany sought to exhume Fi’s long-buried trust of humanity, as the two embarked on a summer quest to locate the final resting place of Fi’s great-uncle. They also accidentally switched phones, and uncovered a malicious cyberspace password sniffer. When Dethany was forced out of her home due to a water mishap, Fi offered her house simply to make sure their company project would stay on track. The consequences proved much more far-reaching than that, as Carl Cull and his son Curt came into Fi’s orbit. In other Fastrack events, Dethany’s mother received a promotion, Autocorrect and the Computer Bug were wed in online matrimony and Dethany and Guy visited the Ren Faire of 1980’s tech. The year concluded with Santa Claus battling a patent troll. You’re invited to visit, no matter how much Fi glowers.< Less
Great Bird Conspiracy By Bill Holbrook
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How was a world of intelligent, anthropomorphic animals brought into existence? Why would it so closely mirror the human world of the late 20th century? As for that Y2K bug... That had to have been... More > a cover for something else; smart people like computer programmers couldn’t be that short-sighted. Could they? Kevin and Kell and the rest of the Dewclaw family have no idea that they hold the key to their civilization’s survival. The seemingly innocent birds working at low-paying jobs in their midst are more than they seem, and our favorite mixed-species couple are integral to their plans. But...plans for what? The answers come in this, the second Kevin & Kell treasury. It contains the complete run of strips from March 1998 to August 2000, including all of the Sunday-format strips that appeared in Boardwatch Magazine during that time. There’s the teleplay for a proposed Kevin & Kell animated series, a special three-page comic entitled “Carnivore’s Agreement,” the Domestication handbook and more!< Less
ANThology: Origin Parts 1 & 2 By Michael Kelly
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Parts one and two of ANThology: Origin. Origin is the first is a series of six three-part stories featuring Gregory and Daisy Ant and their journey to start a new hill. When Gregory finds out on the... More > day they're supposed to set off across the pond that Daisy didn't obtain a male aphid for their hill, she quickly enlists the help of a ne'er-do-well aphid named Anthony and his grasshopper friend, Sam. Anthony tries to scam the ants, only to become entranced with their female aphid, Rose Mary. (Also, the fact his scam rests on gaining her affections motivates his actions as well.) So, yeah, its about bugs, kinda weird, I know, but drawing people gets boring after a while. Plus, it can't suck much worse than some of the crap that comes on TV these days. (Cough, cough, The Hills, cough, cough)< Less
3000 Facts about Animated Shows By James Egan
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The Simpsons is banned in Burma because "the show has too much yellow." In South Park, Stan's dog is voiced by George Clooney. Scrooge McDuck is the world's richest fictional character. In... More > Family Guy, Meg's heart is in her head. Betty Boop was a dog in her first appearance. James Avery voiced Shredder in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He also played Uncle Phil in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Ukraine's government believes Spongebob SquarePants is "a real threat to children." The Road Runner Show was created to mock the absurd violence in Tom and Jerry. Bugs Bunny isn't a rabbit. In Scooby-Doo, Shaggy's real name is Norville. Mister Freeze’s backstory was created in Batman: The Animated Series and was then incorporated into the comics. Simpsons toys are banned in Iran. Fans can’t decide whether Avatar: The Last Airbender is an anime or not. Four actors died while working on the show Spider-Man.< Less
In the Garden Blanket - Crochet Pattern By Lisa Gentry
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Crochet Pattern for “In the Garden Blanket” Darling flowers, bugs, and birds decorate each sweet block of this precious blanket. Increase your crochet skills by practicing new stitches to... More > create each block. Join them together as you go to minimize your finishing later. Finished measurements: 35" wide x 51" long Materials: Yarn Weight: 4. Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand, 100% acrylic (170 yds/100g) in following colors/amounts: 9 skeins 109 Colonial Blue (MC) and 1 skein each 113 Scarlet (A), 153 Black (B), 100 White (C), 301 Rose Mist (D), 130 Honey (E), 123 Beige (F), 146 Dusty Purple (G), 157 Radiant Yellow (H), 304 Seaspray Mist (I). U.S. size 9 (5.5mm) crochet hook, or size required for gauge. Yarn needle. Gauge: 1 square = approx. 5" (13cm). Pattern is written in standard American terms.< Less
Artistry Set on Stone By Suzi Chua
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Indulge in the wonderful art of rockpainting with over 40 lessons. With easy to follow instructions and over 1,000 detailed photos as visual guide, Artistry Set On Stones contains an assortment of... More > lessons sorted in different subject categories and difficulty levels. Number of Pages : 211 What is covered in Artistry Set On Stones : - Brushes and Techniques - Picking suitable stones - Chinese Zodiacs : Pig, Short-Haired Chi Hua Hua, White Rabbit, Dragon, Ox, Rat, Rooster, Sheep, Snake, Brown Horse, Monkey, Tiger. - Dogs : Puppy, Saint Bernard Pup, Collie Pup, Boston Terrier, Dashchund with Puppies. - Food : Potato and Omelete, Kiwi Fruits and Baby Carrot, Strawberries, Sliced Cake, Sushi, Chocolates, Cookies, Mini Tarts, Chocolate Cream Buns, Rolls. - Wildlife : Lady Bugs, Turtles, Crabs, Deer, Panda Bear, Brown Rabbit, Bear, Owl, Proboscis Monkey. - Fun and Easy subjects : Shells, Baby Angels, Baby Animals, Door Stoppers, Animal Faces.< Less
Paracord By Tim Butler
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Paracord - The Ultimate Paracord Guide For Survival - Learn How To Make Amazing Crafting Survival Kits In No Time! (FREE BONUS INCLUDED) Survival of the fittest is an idea that has circulated for... More > centuries, though these modern times have produced people who are highly incompetent. It’s not that they can’t survive, it’s that they don’t know how to survive in a given emergency because they have never been given the skills to know how to do it. When it comes to survival, using what you have on hand can be crucial – even a little length of cord could be the meaning of life and death. Come with me on a journey that will equip you with the skills you need to survive – any situation, any emergency, anytime. Learn how to assemble your own bug out bag, Learn how to use paracord in everyday life, Learn how to use paracord in an emergency, Learn crucial knots you can use in a variety of situations, And much, much more!< Less
Wine, Whisky, and Beer from Home By Thrive Living Library
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Tips and Tricks for Setting Up a Home Winery or Microbrewery If you always had that urge to make your own beer and never knew how to start it, well, here's your chance. Grab it. Because, beer making... More > has never been so easy and inexpensive that you can practically make your own brew at your very own basement or even in the attic. Now you don't need anyone to tell you how it should taste like or what the ingredients should be or how much lather it should have, you get to choose what your beer should taste like, look or feel like. You can be your own boss. It's not too far from these attractions that you'll be able to distill your own whiskey. If you've ever wanted to create your own vintage brew, it's never been easier. And there's no time to start like today. That is what I ran into when I got bit by the brewing bug. This book is a collection of the material I researched just so you can save yourself some time. A rewarding hobby - maybe even a new profession - is waiting for you...< Less
Modern Classicism By Tom Killian
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Classicism’s prehistory begins in 4th millennium Middle East; from this point developing – via oral resurgences – in Egypt, Crete, Greece, Rome and Europe where it dominates... More > – if challenged by the Picturesque – until the middle of the 19th century, when it slides into becoming a costume from when a new way, called Modernism, emerges; the two competing over the next century in a sort of peace, based on the failure of the tabula rasa and on discovering the vitality of the city as a beneficent chaos.  There follows a sort of free-for-all, the weak and the strong embraced in a sort of dance.  Buried in this overview are passions of great intensity: Leonardo’s “Vitruvian man”, Bugs Bunny and Duchamp’s “bottle-rack”.   Enough time has elapsed to review this development, to understand this long tradition, to see how this tradition re-emerges as Modernism within Post-Modern Classicism at the end of the 20th century.  In the 21st century, all bets are off! < Less

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