Goldilocks and the Three Engineers Sue Fliess 2021-04-01 Goldilocks is an inventor with inventor's block. To clear her mind, she takes a walk. Coincidentally, a very smart Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Baby Bear also take a walk, and they find a cute little bungalow with almost-right inventions. Can they help make the inventions just right?
To Walk Alone in the Crowd Antonio Muñoz Molina 2021-07-13 Winner of the 2020 Medici Prize for Foreign Novel From the award-winning author of the Man Booker Prize finalist Like a Fading Shadow, Antonio Muñoz Molina presents a flâneur-novel tracing the path of a nameless wanderer as he walks the length of Manhattan, and his mind. De Quincey, Baudelaire, Poe, Joyce, Benjamin, Melville, Lorca, Whitman . . . walkers and city dwellers all, collagists and chroniclers, picking the detritus of their eras off the filthy streets and assembling it into something new, shocking, and beautiful. In To Walk Alone in the Crowd, Antonio Muñoz Molina emulates these classic inspirations, following their peregrinations and telling their stories in a book that is part memoir, part novel, part chronicle of urban wandering. A skilled collagist himself, Muñoz Molina here assembles overheard conversations, subway ads, commercials blazing away on public screens, snatches from books hurriedly packed into bags or shoved under one’s arm, mundane anxieties, and the occasional true flash of insight—struggling to announce itself amid this barrage of data—into a poem of contemporary life: an invitation to let oneself be carried along by the sheer energy of the digital metropolis. A denunciation of the harsh noise of capitalism, of the conversion of everything into either merchandise or garbage (or both), To Walk Alone in the Crowd is also a celebration of the beauty and variety of our world, of the ecological and aesthetic gaze that can, even now, recycle waste into art, and provide an opportunity for rebirth.
The Perfume Handbook N. Groom 2012-12-06 In 1948 I was posted, as a Political Officer, to a remote part of south-west Arabia on the edge of the great desert called the Empty Quarter. In valleys made fertile by seasonal flood-waters lay the remains of an ancient civilization. I found inscriptions and the ruin sites of towns, palaces and temples. Almost buried under the sand dunes were the tumbled walls of a great city. From here, two thousand years before, huge camel caravans had trudged their way along 1600 miles of burning sand and rocks to Petra and Gaza, burdened with a most precious cargo - frankincense, myrrh and other perfume materials for the courts, temples and perfume shops of Rome. My book Frankincense and Myrrh delved into the details of this romantic trade and led to a broader interest in the perfumes of ancient times. Then, researching on behalf of a perfume house into the Arab contribution to perfumery, I came across the collection of perfume recipes assembled by the Arab philosopher-scientist Yaqub al-Kindi, which have never been translated into English (some, which I have translated myself, are now included in an appendix to this book). I realized that in that work I had found key evidence to demonstrate how the medieval Arab perfume makers had been the bridge in perfume history between ancient and modern times. Perfumery could now be seen as an art with a continuous history of development since the dawn of civilization.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Color Classics, Vol. 3 Kevin Eastman 2020-06-10 Discover, or revisit, the original Mirage Studios' comics collected in order—and in color—for the first time! Follow the original adventures of Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo, Casey Jones, and Splinter in the stories "The Unmentionables," "Dome Doom," "Distractions," and the three-part "Return to New York." Also includes the stories "A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Story" by Mark Martin and "The Shell of the Dragon" by Mark Bode. Collects Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles issues #14–21 originally published by Mirage Studios.
Scrap Wood Whittling Steve Tomashek 2021-11-16 Small wood carvings tend to intimidate, but Scrap Wood Whittling makes it easy! Opening with helpful insight on materials, tools, cuts, and safety, you'll then go on to complete 21 tiny animal carvings that progress in difficulty. From a leaping pig to an aquarium diorama, each project contains step-by-step instructions and photography, full-size patterns, and more!
KHAGESVARA SUJITH SUKUMAR 2021-05-19 It is the story of Yuga, a mysterious young warrior, who was born and brought up in the forest. He lives with his Guru who tries to save the hidden secrets of the Shatapatha Kingdom from the followers of Darkness. Their ancestors are afraid of the rebirth of the Shadow of Darkness Lord in the future. Aryan is the king of their kingdom, who is wise and generous. He and his protectors begin their Tapasya to please their creator, ‘Garuda - The King of Birds' for grace and to defend them from the followers of Lord Darkness. The Creator pleases and boon them with the hidden secrets, and also, reminds them to do some karma so that they can own the hidden secrets. In the middle of a battle, the Shatapathans find one of their protectors who had disappeared with King Aryan for so many years. The protector sends Yuga with them. It’s a journey of Yuga exploring the hidden secrets.
Shaolin Cowboy #1 Geof Darrow 2011-04-20 The Shaolin Cowboy returns, but nowhere in sight is there a dead Robin, any infinity gauntlets, or a single conquering Ultronjust flat-out action, intrigue, and plenty of roadkill. Geof Darrow's slow-talkin', kung-fu-gripping hero proves once again, in this brand-new new series, that the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a chainsaw! From writer/artist Geof Darrow (_Hard Boiled, The Big Guy and Rusty_)! More action than the rest of your pull list combined! All-new story! Start reading here! "Everything fans of the original books had grown to love."Comics Alliance "The intricacies of carnage is one of Darrow's specialties."io9
Tyrant's Tomb Rick Riordan 2019-09-24 It's not easy being Apollo, especially when you've been turned into a human and banished from Olympus. On his path to restoring five ancient oracles and reclaiming his godly powers, Apollo (aka Lester Papadopoulos) has faced both triumphs and tragedies. Now his journey takes him to Camp Jupiter in the San Francisco Bay Area, where the Roman demigods are preparing for a desperate last stand against the evil Triumvirate of Roman emperors. Hazel, Reyna, Frank, Tyson, Ella, and many other old friends will need Apollo's aid to survive the onslaught. Unfortunately, the answer to their salvation lies in the forgotten tomb of a Roman ruler . . . someone even worse than the emperors Apollo has already faced.
Official Price Guide to Action Figures Stuart W. Wells, III 1997 What do the Bionic Woman, Captain Action, G.I. Joe, Thundercats, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have in common? They're action figures--and part of the hot new area of collectibles! COMPREHENSIVE. From the A-Team to the X-Men, Big Jim to the Little Mermaid, Desert Patrol to Waterworld, Marvel Superheroes to Masters of the Universe, The Official Price Guide to Action Figures lists more than 8,000 different figures from hundreds of series--with separate introductions to each series and its significance, history, and collectibility. SPECIAL SECTIONS. An on-target market review, a step-by-step look at how an action figure is created--from conception to sculpting to production, and a history of Kenner (a major manufacturer of action figures for the past twenty years). PROFESSIONAL ADVICE. Helpful tips from the experts on starting, building, and maintaining an action figure collection. WRITTEN BY EXPERTS. Stuart Wells III is the former executive editor of Collectible Toys & Values and Triton: Comics, Cards, and Collectibles, monthly magazines covering all types of action figures. Jim Main is the editor and publisher of Action Figure Collector and Barracks: The G.I. Joe Collectors Magazine. FULLY ILLUSTRATED. The Official Price Guide to Action Figures is packed with more than 600 photographs for easy identification. HOUSE OF COLLECTIBLES. Serving collectors for more than thirty-five years
The Complete Fighter's Handbook Aaron Allston 1989-12-01 Fantasirollespil.
Oriental Adventures James Wyatt 2001 This sourcebook provides everything needed to add Asian-style characters to any D&D campaign or to run a fantasy Asian campaign. It includes classes such as Samurai, Shugenja, and Ninja, as well as unique monsters, combat rules, and magic systems. Maps.
Ars Electronica 2017 Hannes Leopoldseder 2017-09-16 The Ars Electronica has been accompanying and analyzing the digital revolution and its manifold implications since 1979, consistently focusing on processes and trends at the interface between art, technology, and society. This artistic, scientific research is presented annually in Linz in the form of a festival whose five-day program includes conferences, panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, performances, interventions, and concerts. It is planned, organized, and implemented in collaboration with international artists and scientists and always addresses a different volatile future issue.00Exhibition: Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria (07.-11.09.2017).
Collecting the Art of G. I. Joe R. Carson Mataxis 2015-07-15 This 62 page 8"x11" celebration of the painted art of G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero features every carded figure, vehicle, playset, poster and peripheral product featuring painted art released from 1982-1983. This soft cover book features 100# paper and an epic card stock AccuFoil 11"x16" wraparound cover!
Reality Is Broken Jane McGonigal 2011-01-20 “McGonigal is a clear, methodical writer, and her ideas are well argued. Assertions are backed by countless psychological studies.” —The Boston Globe “Powerful and provocative . . . McGonigal makes a persuasive case that games have a lot to teach us about how to make our lives, and the world, better.” —San Jose Mercury News “Jane McGonigal's insights have the elegant, compact, deadly simplicity of plutonium, and the same explosive force.” —Cory Doctorow, author of Little Brother A visionary game designer reveals how we can harness the power of games to boost global happiness. With 174 million gamers in the United States alone, we now live in a world where every generation will be a gamer generation. But why, Jane McGonigal asks, should games be used for escapist entertainment alone? In this groundbreaking book, she shows how we can leverage the power of games to fix what is wrong with the real world-from social problems like depression and obesity to global issues like poverty and climate change-and introduces us to cutting-edge games that are already changing the business, education, and nonprofit worlds. Written for gamers and non-gamers alike, Reality Is Broken shows that the future will belong to those who can understand, design, and play games. Jane McGonigal is also the author of SuperBetter: A Revolutionary Approach to Getting Stronger, Happier, Braver and More Resilient.
Ninja John Man 2013-02-05 The definitive history of the ninja, based on a wealth of historical texts, local Japanese sources, and John Man's own treks across Asia “An immensely entertaining history, packed with splendidly blood-thirsty tales of derring-do, feats of endurance and self-sacrifice.” —The Guardian Out of the violent chaos of medieval Japan, a remarkable band of peasants rose to become the world's most feared warriors—trained to perfect the art of ninjutsu, the deadly union of martial arts and deception. Today, however, these real life ninjas are overshadowed by legend and pop culture caricatures. Could they fly? Climb walls? Make themselves invisible? Drawing on a wealth of historical texts, local Japanese sources, and his own comprehensive treks across Asia, acclaimed author John Man takes us back to the ninjas' origins in China, through to their heyday in the bloody civil wars that ended with the unification of Japan in 1600. Man also illuminates the twentieth-century reemergence of the Japanese tradition of shadow warfare through the Nakano Spy School—the elite military-intelligence academy that operated as an extensive spy network during World War II—and reveals one former Nakano soldier, Onoda Hiroo, who may be the last surviving ninja. Compelling and absorbing, Ninja reveals at last the fascinating true history behind one of the world's most enduring legends.
Let's Pretend This Never Happened Jenny Lawson 2012-04-17 The #1 New York Times bestselling (mostly true) memoir from the hilarious author of Furiously Happy. “Gaspingly funny and wonderfully inappropriate.”—O, The Oprah Magazine When Jenny Lawson was little, all she ever wanted was to fit in. That dream was cut short by her fantastically unbalanced father and a morbidly eccentric childhood. It did, however, open up an opportunity for Lawson to find the humor in the strange shame-spiral that is her life, and we are all the better for it. In the irreverent Let’s Pretend This Never Happened, Lawson’s long-suffering husband and sweet daughter help her uncover the surprising discovery that the most terribly human moments—the ones we want to pretend never happened—are the very same moments that make us the people we are today. For every intellectual misfit who thought they were the only ones to think the things that Lawson dares to say out loud, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the dark, disturbing, yet wonderful moments of our lives. Readers Guide Inside
Little Bit of Patience John Estopare 2021-03-25 What do you get with an eccentric raccoon, a happy turtle, and a crashing cup? You get two friends down on their luck. Will they pull it together and think of a solution in time? Or will someone go crazy and start to lose their mind? Find out what happens in a Little Bit of Patience.
Three Lovely Girls Graham Duncanson 2017-11-22 Three short stories about three lovely girls in very different circumstances who fall in love. It's Lucy's sixteenth birthday. She can never please her mother. She tries but somehow they are not on the same wavelength. A random meeting at the top of a ski run on Christmas Day leads her to a very exciting week, much to her mother's disapproval. Lucy despairs that her mother will never accept her new boy friend. Kim is totally fed up with her young stepmother. She decides to run away. Not a simple task as her father is the President of the USA. Help comes in the form of an old veterinary surgeon. Will they both escape and allow Kim to follow her dream. Samantha is at her wits end. She is all alone in Norfolk just before Christmas. A chance meeting at the top of a church tower results in a job in a ski resort and an epic flight in a small plane to Kenya may cause more problems than it solves.
Television Series of the 1990s Vincent Terrace 2018-06-07 This book profiles characters who were featured in some of the most popular television shows of the 1990s. Each entry includes personal details that were revealed during each show’s run: names, addresses, maiden names, nicknames, date of births, phone numbers, relatives, and other fascinating details.
5 Wild Creature Adventures! (Wild Kratts) Martin Kratt 2017 A collection of five previously released Wild Kratts animal adventures.
A Certain Age Rudolf Mrázek 2009-01-01 A Certain Age is an unconventional, evocative work of history and a moving reflection on memory, modernity, space, time, and the limitations of traditional historical narratives. Rudolf Mrázek visited Indonesia throughout the 1990s, recording lengthy interviews with elderly intellectuals in and around Jakarta. With few exceptions, they were part of an urban elite born under colonial rule and educated at Dutch schools. From the early twentieth century, through the late colonial era, the national revolution, and well into independence after 1945, these intellectuals injected their ideas of modernity, progress, and freedom into local and national discussion. When Mrázek began his interviews, he expected to discuss phenomena such as the transition from colonialism to postcolonialism. His interviewees, however, wanted to share more personal recollections. Mrázek illuminates their stories of the past with evocative depictions of their late-twentieth-century surroundings. He brings to bear insights from thinkers including Walter Benjamin, Bertold Brecht, Le Corbusier, and Marcel Proust, and from his youth in Prague, another metropolis with its own experience of passages and revolution. Architectural and spatial tropes organize the book. Thresholds, windowsills, and sidewalks come to seem more apt as descriptors of historical transitions than colonial and postcolonial, or modern and postmodern. Asphalt roads, homes, classrooms, fences, and windows organize movement, perceptions, and selves in relation to others. A Certain Age is a portal into questions about how the past informs the present and how historical accounts are inevitably partial and incomplete.
Shatter Me Tahereh Mafi 2011-11-15 The gripping first installment in New York Times bestselling author Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me series. One touch is all it takes. One touch, and Juliette Ferrars can leave a fully grown man gasping for air. One touch, and she can kill. No one knows why Juliette has such incredible power. It feels like a curse, a burden that one person alone could never bear. But The Reestablishment sees it as a gift, sees her as an opportunity. An opportunity for a deadly weapon. Juliette has never fought for herself before. But when she’s reunited with the one person who ever cared about her, she finds a strength she never knew she had. And don’t miss Defy Me, the shocking fifth book in the Shatter Me series!
Twelve Years a Slave Solomon Northup 101-01-01 "Having been born a freeman, and for more than thirty years enjoyed the blessings of liberty in a free State—and having at the end of that time been kidnapped and sold into Slavery, where I remained, until happily rescued in the month of January, 1853, after a bondage of twelve years—it has been suggested that an account of my life and fortunes would not be uninteresting to the public." -an excerpt
12 Days of Christmas (LEGO) Random House 2021-09-28 Join in a super-silly Christmas celebration based on an all-new LEGO® holiday song! The holiday season can get a little kooky—especially when LEGO® friends come to visit. Get ready for Christmas with an ever-growing cast of merry guests, including festive robots and pirates. Inspired by an all-new video that puts a silly LEGO® spin on “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” this full-color hardcover picture book is sure to thrill boys and girls ages 3 to 7—and collectors of all ages. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations, and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2021 The LEGO Group. Manufactured by AMEET Sp. z o.o. under license from the LEGO Group.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #44 Tom Waltz ''Attack on Technodrome'' Part 4! Minutes remain before the Technodrome fully activates and Shredder, Krang and the Turtles all vie for control. No side will be left unscathed in this epic climax as one character makes an ultimate sacrifice!
My Miniature Library Daniela Jaglenka Terrazzini 2017-10 With stories ranging from illustrated fairytales to well-loved nonsense rhymes and books of butterflies, birds and flowers, plus blank books for you to complete yourself, you'll have everything you need to make a little library of beautifully illustrated books. The books are simple to make - just cut, fold and glue. The kit comes with a miniature bookshelf to press out and make, and easy-to-follow, fully illustrated instructions. Plus the box transforms into a beautiful library scene!
Obiter Dicta Erick Verran 2021-10-14
The Ruined Archive Iain Chambers 2014 La quatrième de couverture indique: "How does the modern museum respond to the movement, migrations and mobilities of the modern world that exceed its practices and premises? The essays in this volume circulate in the constellation of cultural, postcolonial and museum studies to propose a series of intersecting perspectives promoting critical responses to this ongoing interrogation. Memory, the archive, and the politics of display, are unwound from their institutional moorings and allowed to drift into other, frequently non-authorised, accounts of time and space. Called upon to negotiate unplanned encounters with unsuspected actors and the obscured sides of modernity, the museum becomes an experimental space, a laboratory for a cultural democracy yet to come."
Just One More Thing Peter Falk 2007 In JUST ONE MORE THING, Peter Falk takes us on an acting journey that begins not in Hollywood but in Hartford, where he worked as a management analyst for the Connecticut State Budget Bureau. His time there was no more successful than an earlier attempt to find work with the Central Intelligence Agency. At loose ends, Falk turned to an old college interest: acting. He came to prominence as an actor in 1956 in the highly successful Off-Broadway revival of 'The Iceman Cometh' with Jason Robards. Although he worked continuously for the next three years, bouncing from one Off-Broadway theater to the next, a theatrical agent advised him not to expect much work in motion pictures because of his glass eye. Surgeons had removed his right eye, along with a malignant tumor, when he was three years old. But in 1958, the actor made the jump to Hollywood, where he landed his first movie, 'Murder Incorporated', and was nominated for an Oscar. Next came Frank Capra's 'A Pocketful of Miracles' starring Bette Davis, which garnered Falk his second Oscar nomination. Falk was a favorite among moviegoers during the 1960s, admired for his roles in classic comedies such as 'It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World' and 'The Great Race'. However, it was through his collaboration with filmmaker John Cassavetes that Falk entered into his most creative period in 1970. Motion pictures such as 'Husbands' and 'A Woman Under the Influence' helped launch the independent film movement. Nevertheless, Falk continued to act in light film comedies, including 'The In-Laws' and Neil Simon's 'The Cheap Detective' and 'Murder by Death', among others. Yet it was through television that Falk reached his widest audience. He has portrayed the beloved Lt. Columbo since the 1970s, winning four Emmys. The series was so successful that ten years after it's demise, 'Columbo' was re-launched, bringing Falk to a new generation of viewers. JUST ONE MORE THING also chronicles the author's more recent work, such as movie appearances in 'A Shark's Tale' and Paul Reiser's 'The Thing About My Folks', as well stories of growing up in New York, Hollywood and Broadway luminaries, and the author's accomplished passion for drawing and painting.
G.I. Joe Yearbook Larry Hama 2012-03 Presents six adventures featuring the G.I. Joe team in comic book format, interspersed with character profiles, information on the 1980s animated television program, brief accounts of events between the stories, and other details.
Her Favorite Christmas Gift R L Harmon 2019-12-10 Seventeen years ago, Eric Quinetti was the first guy to ever see past Chloe Seal's quirkiness and social ineptitude. He was both the perfect guy and her best friend. They were inseparable until his family moved during their eighth grade year. Vowing they would stay in touch, Eric gave Chloe a special Christmas gift and a sacred promise was made. However, with distance and time, their communication faded. Through the years, Chloe sought to find a similar connection - something real. After many futile attempts, she unexpectedly runs into Eric at a Christmas party. As adults, their lives have taken different paths. Eric is a traditional guy with an old soul and witty sense of humor. Chloe is a labeled party girl who lacks direction and confidence. Will their Christmas reunion evolve into more than just a friendship or will their differences be a barrier to their sacred promise?
Barbie and Her Sisters in The Great Puppy Adventure (Barbie) Devin Ann Wooster 2015-09-08 In Barbie and Her Sisters in The Great Puppy Adventure™, Barbie, Skipper, Stacie, and Chelsea discover an old treasure map in their grandmother's attic! Will they be able to follow the clues with the help of some playful puppies? Children ages 6 to 9 will love reading the whole story of Barbie’s holiday movie, releasing in fall 2015.
Star Trek, the Next Generation Sketchbook John Eaves 1998 Details the creation of the first two "Star Trek: the Next Generation" films, detailing the designs and artwork used for those movies
Breaking Night Liz Murray 2010-09-07 In the vein of The Glass Castle, Breaking Night is the stunning memoir of a young woman who at age fifteen was living on the streets, and who eventually made it into Harvard. Liz Murray was born to loving but drug-addicted parents in the Bronx. In school she was taunted for her dirty clothing and lice-infested hair, eventually skipping so many classes that she was put into a girls' home. At age fifteen, Liz found herself on the streets. She learned to scrape by, foraging for food and riding subways all night to have a warm place to sleep. When Liz's mother died of AIDS, she decided to take control of her own destiny and go back to high school, often completing her assignments in the hallways and subway stations where she slept. Liz squeezed four years of high school into two, while homeless; won a New York Times scholarship; and made it into the Ivy League. Breaking Night is an unforgettable and beautifully written story of one young woman's indomitable spirit to survive and prevail, against all odds.
Haunt Robert Kirkman 2011-07-27 "The book's eponymous main character is the merged form of Catholic priest Daniel Kilgore, and the ghost of his murdered secret agent brother, Kurt."--Wikipedia, Haunt (comics) page, viewed 6 March 2015.
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Straight to the Castle 2021-02-02 Find the way through the Goblin King’s labyrinth in this interactive board book that teaches preschoolers the difference between up and down and left and right. Follow Sarah and Hoggle as they make their way through the labyrinth to the Goblin King’s castle! Using pull tabs and lift-the-flaps, beginning readers will learn the directions up, down, left, and right! Every page will recount the story while guiding them in how to solve the maze, even when the evil Jareth turns the world upside down and sideways! Labyrinth: Straight to the Castle is an engaging board book that will delight fans of the classic Jim Henson film.
The Columbo Phile: A Casebook Mark Dawidziak 2019-11 When Columbo hit the airwaves in 1971, in quickly became the hottest TV detective series of the decade. Series creators Richard Levinson and William Link received an Emmy Award for their work; Peter Falk received three. The Columbo Phile offers fascinating behind-the-scenes information about the creation of the character, the writing of the devious mystery plots, and the altercations between perfectionist Peter Falk and the bottom-line concerns of Universal Studios. Originally published in 1989 and long out-of-print, this 30th Anniversary Edition of the essential Columbo book features a new preface by author Mark Dawidziak, an overview of post-1989 Columbo developments, including the twenty-four new ABC mysteries, and a personal remembrance of Peter Falk. It remains today the definitive guide to the rumpled Lieutenant Columbo and his career.
Kingdom of the Wicked Kerri Maniscalco 2020-10-27 A James Patterson Presents Novel From the #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Stalking Jack the Ripper series comes a new blockbuster series... Two sisters.One brutal murder. A quest for vengeance that will unleash Hell itself... And an intoxicating romance. Emilia and her twin sister Vittoria are streghe -- witches who live secretly among humans, avoiding notice and persecution. One night, Vittoria misses dinner service at the family's renowned Sicilian restaurant. Emilia soon finds the body of her beloved twin...desecrated beyond belief. Devastated, Emilia sets out to find her sister's killer and to seek vengeance at any cost-even if it means using dark magic that's been long forbidden. Then Emilia meets Wrath, one of the Wicked-princes of Hell she has been warned against in tales since she was a child. Wrath claims to be on Emilia's side, tasked by his master with solving the series of women's murders on the island. But when it comes to the Wicked, nothing is as it seems...
The Ultimate Guide to Vintage Star Wars Action Figures, 1977-1985 Mark Bellomo 2014 Showcases and details the rare, popular, forgotten, and beloved figures coveted by fans the world over.
Icons Unmasked Alex Solis 2016-02-14 Ever wonder if the characters you see on TV, in movies and in comic books are hiding something behind their masks? That perhaps they're really someone -- or something -- else? When pop culture is such a huge part of our lives, we're bombarded with these characters everywhere we turn. Each time we see a new character in a movie, video game or commercial, we feel a sudden sense deja vu. There's something about their goofy grin, that creepy laugh, or those boogly eyes that feels eerily familiar...This got me thinking. Is anything we see ever 100% original? Or is everything we experience really just our minds piecing together past experiences to create something that feels unique and new?In Icons Unmasked, I'm trying to bring a new sense of discovery to characters everyone has seen hundreds of times. I wanted to recreate the experience of what it might be like to see one iconic character from your childhood for the first time as an adult. Proceed at your own caution and keep in mind the following illustrations cannot be unseen. Your childhood might possibly be destroyed forever

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