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An Incomprehensible Condition: An Unauthorised Guide To Grant Morrison's Seven Soldiers By Andrew Hickey
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In An Incomprehensible Condition, Andrew Hickey examines Grant Morrison's 2005 comic series Seven Soldiers of Victory, and traces the history of the ideas used. From Greek myth to hip-hop, from John... More > Bunyan to Alan Turing, from Arius of Alexandria to Isaac Newton, we see how Frankenstein connects to Robert Johnson, what George Bernard Shaw had to say about Bulleteer, and what G.K. Chesterton thinks of I, Spider.< Less
An Incomprehensible Condition: An Unauthorised Guide To Grant Morrison's Seven Soldiers By Andrew Hickey
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In An Incomprehensible Condition, Andrew Hickey examines Grant Morrison's 2005 comic series Seven Soldiers of Victory, and traces the history of the ideas used. From Greek myth to hip-hop, from John... More > Bunyan to Alan Turing, from Arius of Alexandria to Isaac Newton, we see how Frankenstein connects to Robert Johnson, what George Bernard Shaw had to say about Bulleteer, and what G.K. Chesterton thinks of I, Spider.< Less
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In An Incomprehensible Condition, Andrew Hickey examines Grant Morrison's 2005 comic series Seven Soldiers of Victory, and traces the history of the ideas used. From Greek myth to hip-hop, from John... More > Bunyan to Alan Turing, from Arius of Alexandria to Isaac Newton, we see how Frankenstein connects to Robert Johnson, what George Bernard Shaw had to say about Bulleteer, and what G.K. Chesterton thinks of I, Spider.< Less
Fifty Stories For Fifty Years: An Unauthorised Guide To The Highlights Of Doctor Who By Andrew Hickey
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Doctor Who has been a British institution for fifty years, enthralling generations of fans. In this book, Andrew Hickey takes a personal critical look at one story from every one of those fifty... More > years, starting with the very first story, An Unearthly Child, and ending with 2012's The Snowmen, and looking not just at TV stories, but at the books, audio adventures, films and comics that are also part of the Doctor Who story. In doing so, he tries to find those threads that are common to the series, and discover what it is that has made the series last so long, and what the prospects are for the next fifty years. This book is not authorised by the BBC.< Less