by Kelly Marks
'Some people dream of winning while others dream of losing their fears' However ambitious or basic your goal, Kelly Marks is on hand to help you make that dream a reality. Despite major setbacks early on, Kelly Marks was determined to live a life with horses and went on to win BSJA showjumping championships and major races as a Lady Jockey; she finished her racing career winning the Ladies European Championship. Kelly has since gone on to become Britain's most popular Equine Problem Solver and...
The Overstreet Price Guide to Batman
by Robert M. Overstreet, Carrie Wood, and Amanda Sheriff
The Caped Crusader. The Dark Knight Detective. Batman. Over eight decades what began as a simple comic book concept in the pages of Detective Comics #27 has grown into an iconic cultural institution. In addition to mainstays such as Detective, Batman, Brave and the Bold, Legends of the Dark Knight, Shadow of the Bat, and Batman and the Outsiders, his adventures have launched scores of one-shots, mini-series, and graphic novels. They've also spawned a hit TV show, multiple cartoon interpretations...
Bilbo's Last Song
by J. R. R. Tolkien
Ship, my ship! I seek the west,and fields and mountains ever blest. Farewell to Middle-earth at last,I see the Star above your mast!! Bilbo's Last Song is a poem written by Bilbo, hero adventurer of The Hobbit, before he leaves Middle Earth to take a ship to the Undying Lands beyond the sunset at the end of The Lord of the Rings. Pauline Baynes magical, jewel-like illustrations depict the journey that brings the ring bearers and the company of elves to The Grey Havens and the ship that is waitin...
by Charles Hatfield
In the 1980s, a sea change occurred in comics. Fueled by Art Spiegel- man and Françoise Mouly's avant-garde anthology Raw and the launch of the Love & Rockets series by Gilbert, Jaime, and Mario Hernandez, the decade saw a deluge of comics that were more autobiographical, emotionally realistic, and experimental than anything seen before. These alternative comics were not the scatological satires of the 1960s underground, nor were they brightly colored newspaper strips or superhero comic books....
Batman: Metal Die-Cast Bat-Signal
by Matthew K Manning
Batman: Bat-Signal mini kit has sold 260,000 copies in a wide range of sales channels. Now this unique item for Batman fans worldwide is available in a larger, superior, ultra-deluxe edition, with a Bat-Signal that projects 20 times as far!Special features:* 5-inch tall authentically detailed Bat-Signal replica* Metal construction* LED light-up function, up to 20-feet projection in darkness* 360 Degrees rotatable base* 48-page hardcover book on Batman and Bat-Signal lore, featuring full-color il...
Academic Planner 2018-2019 (Mid Year Planners, #1) (Student Planners, #11)
by Planners and Notebooks and Jolly Journals
Official Overstreet Comic Book Grading Guide (Official Overstreet Comic Book Grading Guide)
by Robert M. Overstreet and Arnold T. Blumberg
by William Bryan Jones
The memorable Classics illustrated comic book series was published from 1941 to 1971, bringing abridged and illustrated versions of classic works of literature like Homer's Odyssey, Frank Buck's Bring 'Em Back Alive, Shakespeare's Hamlet, and Goethe's Faust to millions of children and adults alike. Originally known as Classic Comics, the series was founded by Russian Jewish immigrant Albert Kanter, whose intent was to use a comic book form to introduce people to the works of Dumas, Melville, Dic...
Stan Lee & Jack Kirby: The Wonder Years
by Mark Alexander
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Fantastic Four #1 with this new book about the two pop-culture visionaries who created the Fantastic Four, and a decade in comics that was more tumultuous and awe-inspiring than any before or since. Calling on his years of research, plus new interviews conducted just for this book (with Stan Lee, Flo Steinberg, Mark Evanier, Joe Sinnott, and others), regular Jack Kirby Collector magazine contributor Mark Alexander traces both Lee and Kirby's history at Marvel Co...
Howard the Duck Files
by Martin Cannon
Describes the origins and stories of the Howard the Duck comic strip and motion picture. Profiles the comic strip's creator, Steve Gerber.
Marvel Heroes and Villains
by Ned Hartley
AN IN-WORLD GUIDE TO MARVEL COMICS' MOST POWERFUL HEROES AND VILLAINS. Meet Marvel Comics' greatest heroes and villains in this restored journal, narrated by Nick Fury. This comprehensive guide introduces super heroes alongside their deadliest enemies. It includes Spider-Man and the Green Goblin, Captain America and the Red Skull., Thor and Loki, Wolverine and Sabretooth - and many more! Featuring artwork from the Marvel Comics' archives, this book is a must-have addition to any collector's sh...
Comics Values Annual (Comics Values Annual)
by Alex G. Malloy
Attract comic book collectors like a magnet! Packed with nearly 100,000 classic and contemporary comics and more than 1,000 illustrations, collectors will find updated listings and prices for Acclaim, Classics Illustrated, Dark Horse, D.C., Marvel and much more. Special sections are devoted to the highly collectible Golden Age, Color Comics, Black & White Comics, and Underground Comics. Each listing is cross-referenced and includes issue number, title, date, artist and current collector value in...