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Spy Smasher in the Comics and the Movies By Eric Stedman
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Contents: -- The History of Spy Smasher -- Comic stories: First story, Spy Smasher vs. the Dark Angel, "Death Itself Must Die" -- Gallery of Spy Smasher's Fiendish Foes -- Comic book... More > indexes: Whiz Comics, Spy Smasher, America's Greatest Comics -- Spy Smasher: The Republic Serial: Story of the Serial, Cast & Credits -- Bios: Kane Richmond, Marguerite Chapman, Hans Schumm, Sam Flint, William Witney, David Sharpe -- Still Gallery, Chapter Summaries & Lobby Cards, Costume, Gyrosub, Promotional & Pressbook Cuts Includes the complete and restored illustrated Spy Smasher Dime Action Novel: "Spy Smasher and the Red Death"< Less
Nero's Movie By Laura Baldwin & Michael Person
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Nero's movie, in comic book form.
Nero's Movie By Laura Baldwin & Michael Person
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Nero's movie, in comic book form.
The Best Movie, Ever By Andy Bethea
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This book is about the Legion of Doom based on what the author thought would be a good movie. No actors were ever casted nor were there any talks about this being a movie. The author created a... More > cast,fight scenes and a script for his own entertainment and wanted to share it with you. Enjoy.< Less
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Sensational Movie Monologues By Robert Cettl
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The monologue is one of the established traditions in theatrical drama. From the Greeks to the present day, the monologue has functioned as the sole means of insight into a character’s psyche.... More > The monologue is a direct representation of their mind. In theatrical drama, the monologue is a sublime expression: an affirmation of self. It is through the monologue that the character speaking actualizes him / herself. And: it is essentially a form of self-talk. The film monologue was transfigured from self-assertion to self-actualization. In theatre it had been contemplative and revelatory, but in film it became not only the prime means to socio-political “message” or discourse but a defiant statement of principle and moral worth. It was now a potent dramatic tool again, fresh, invigorating and powerful. The 50 monologues collected in this book represent the scope of its potential: from the dramatic, political, feminist to the comical and fantastical. So… on to 50 Sensational Movie Monologues< Less
Comic Monster By Ronnie Shantz/Robinson
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THE FROGMAN OF CONSTINOPLE: Can a fish out of water billionaire become the next great hip hop artist of our time on a whim using his rather off beat brand of hip hopping he invented overnight for the... More > endeavor? ESCHE: What would happen if the girl of your dreams informed you she dreams of finding someone like her ex boyfriend or... you...too late? EMERALD: Can two out of town McDonald's workers woo two high profile jet set sophisticates who can have anyone they want on a whim and succeed in their endeavor using their wit, charm or whatever it takes approach? What would be the long term result should they succeed? THE ROOMINGHOUSE: See B movie director Joe Director and his every woman's want to be with sidekick Joe Writer attempt solving an upcoming murder caper before it happens and save fair damsel Miss Glamor and everyone in The Roominghouse where the clues lie somewhere in his last B-movie. Today's caper... "The Bullet Man Cometh".< Less
David and David at the Movies Volume One By David Yoder & David Carter
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David Yoder and David Carter are both avid movie lovers. David and David At The Movies Volume One is a collection of the first three months of a weekly movie review site by them. David Yoder draws... More > comic reviews of the movies and David Carter writes written reviews with his take on the movies.< Less
3000 Facts about Superhero Movies By James Egan
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Superman was nearly played by Muhammad Ali. Jack Nicholson was paid $60 million to play the Joker. When he was a teenager, Robert Downey Jr. bullied a kid for reading Iron Man comics. In China,... More > Guardians of the Galaxy is called Interplanetary Unusual Attacking Team. Oprah Winfrey nearly played Amanda Waller in Suicide Squad. Deadpool was in development for 16 years. Wonder Woman was nearly played by Angelina Jolie, Sandra Bullock, Megan Fox, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Beyoncé. Chris Evans turned down Captain America three times. The tagline for Justice League was “Unite the Seven” even though there are six superheroes in the film. Jerry Seinfeld convinced Hugh Jackman to retire from the X-Men series. Shawarma sales skyrocketed after The Avengers was released. An alternative ending for Amazing Spider-Man 2 shows that Peter Parker’s father is alive. Tom Hiddleston auditioned for the role of Thor. Build-A-Bear sales skyrocketed after Avengers: Endgame.< Less
David and David at the Movies Volume Two By David Yoder & David Carter
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David and David at the Movies is a weekly review of movies in both comic and written form. Comics by David Yoder and written reviews by David Carter. Volume Two will collect movies we reviewed from... More > April 2017 through June 2017, from Power Rangers to Baby Driver. This collection also features a guest comic review of the movie Colossal by Rick V, a guest comic review of Wonder Woman by Emily Timm, a guest written review of Wonder Woman by Rivkah Cooke. It also starts off with the aforementioned Power Rangers review which published on April 1st where David and David switched roles, with David Carter doing the comic and David Yoder doing the written review.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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