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Before there was The Walking Dead there was Deadworld. Considered by many to be the godfather of the original zombie comic. Deadworld ripped into the undead with intelligent zombies on a mission and a group of teens desperately trying to stay one step ahead of the Harley-riding King Zombie. Collects issues 1-5 of Deadworld: Requiem for the World.
The original Caliber Presents anthology title was one of Caliber Comic's inaugural releases in the 1990s and featured predominantly new creators, many of which went onto successful careers in the comics' industry. Continuing the relaunch of one of independent comics’ most acclaimed anthologies! This new version of Caliber Presents has expanded in size and scope. In addition to new voices, something that Caliber has always been known for, established professionals join the ranks in this ongoing anthology series. In this second volume, nominees and winners of such awards as Eisner; Harvey; Veric; Ghastly; Comic Monsters; and Shel Dorf are included. Writers Gary Reed, Gary Scott Beatty, Mark Bertolini, E. Mayen Briem, Ken Meyer Jr., Sam Costello, Glenn Moane, Jason Walz, and Orion Petitclerc; with illustrations by Trevor Denham, Predrag Ivanovic, Jason Jarava, Sami Makkonen, Gary Scott Beatty, Ken Meyer Jr., Marcelo Salaza, Denis Vermesse, and Andy Bennett. For fans that enjoy Twilight Zone, Black Mirror, Tales from the Crypt and Alfred Hitchcock Presents! A Caliber Comics release.
Locating Emerging Media focuses on the tensions between the local and global in the design, distribution, and use of emerging media forms, building on scholarship on the cultural geography of new media networks and products and the relationships between the "global" and the "local." Authors consider new media practices, texts, services, software, policies, infrastructures, and design discourses that enrich existing relationships between creative industries and cultures of production, reception, and engagement. This consideration highlights the relationships between global and local perspectives and new media technologies and practices emerging within (and through) the geography and culture of particular places. Areas examined include East Asia, Latin America, Africa, Europe, South Asia, the Pacific Islands, and the Middle East. Through all is the recognition that what is new or emergent around the globe is unique in each locality.
“A” IS FOR ADVENTURE Put down the bottle and hike up your diapers, because it’s storytelling time with the Rugrats. The babies go head to head for who can tell the best tale of the mighty Reptar and Grandpa Boris tries to delight with the story of Chanukah. But when his memory fails him, it’s up to Tommy and the gang to save the holiday. This collection of Rugrats romps features stories written by Nicole Andelfinger (Adventure Time Comics), Daniel Kibblesmith (Valiant High), and Cullen Crawford (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) with art by Kate Sherron (The Amazing World of Gumball), Brittney Williams (Goldie Vance), and many more.
This is an inviting and succinct guide to our nation's musical culture. Kingman's view of American music as a number of distinct parallel streams is reflected in this text and includes the following: folk and ethnic music; popular sacred music; the southern music of country, blues, and rock; popular secular music; jazz; and classical music. Contrasting these across regions and times, he delivers a clear vision of the historical roles of music and composers in American culture.