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  • Negima! 34: Magister Negi Magi

    Negima! 34: Magister Negi Magi

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Ken Akamatsu
    Format:   Paperback
    Publisher:   Kodansha Comics (2012, Apr 24th).
    Pages:   208

    DARKNESS FALLSThe battle gets fierce as Negi and his party come up against the leaders of Cosmo Entelekheia. Our hero manages to defeat Dynamis, but in the process he allows the dark magic to almost consume him. As he fights for his humanity, his class must fight Fate for their lives.Includes special extras after the story! more

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  • A Tale of Sand

    A Tale of Sand

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Jim Henson
    Format:   Hardcover
    Publisher:   Archaia Entertainment, LLC; NONE edition (2011, Oct 11th).
    Pages:   120

    Join us as we explore this missing piece of Jim Henson''s career in a celebration of his creative process. Discovered in the Archives of the The Jim Henson Company, A Tale of Sand is an original graphic novel adaptation of an unproduced, feature-length screenplay written by Jim Henson and his frequent writing partner, Jerry Juhl. A Tale of Sand follows scruffy everyman, Mac, who wakes up in an unfamiliar town, and is chased across the desert of the American Southwest by all manners of man and beast of unimaginable proportions. Produced with the complete blessing of Lisa Henson, A Tale of Sand will allow Henson fans to recognize some of the inspirations and set pieces that appeared in later Henson Company productions. more

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  • Sailor Moon 3

    Sailor Moon 3

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Naoko Takeuchi
    Format:   Paperback
    Publisher:   Kodansha Comics (2012, Jan 17th).
    Pages:   176

    Tuxedo Mask gone bad?! As more of her closest allies fall under the power of the evil Queen Beryl, Usagi comes closer to discovering the truth behind her past. The stage is set for an all-out battle for the fate of Earth between the Sailor Guardians and the forces of evil. But when the dust settles, a little girl calling herself “Usagi” falls from the sky and right into the arms of Mamoru. What is her connection to Sailor Moon and why does she want the Legendary Silver Crystal?   This new edition of Sailor Moon features: - An entirely new, incredibly accurate translation! - Japanese-style, right-to-left reading! - New cover art never before seen in the U.S.! - The original Japanese character names! - Detailed translation notes! . more

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  • Heroic Age

    Heroic Age

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Jim McCann
    Format:   Paperback
    Publisher:   Marvel (2010, Nov 17th).
    Pages:   352

    Witness the Marvel Universe triumph over its greatest challenges ever as the Heroic Age ignites! Still lurking in the shadows are forces of evil and cosmic-level threats-but a new spirit of hope, courage and the selfl essness at theheart of heroism will rise up. The most extraordinary taleswill be told in the Heroic Age of the Marvel Universe. From the tone of the storylines, to the stunning art, the Heroic Ageushers in a dramatic new vision of the Marvel Universe. Featuring Marvel's most elite characters-including IronMan, Captain America, Thor, the Avengers and more-as they embark on bold new adventures, this volume is the perfect jumping-on point for the Heroic Age.COLLECTING:Enter the Heroic Age, Origins of Marvel Comics,Avengers Assemble, Avengers #1, Secret Avengers#1, Age of Heroes #1, Avengers Academy #1, NewAvengers #1, Hawkeye & Mockingbird #1, HeroicAge: Prince of Power #1, Atlas #1 . more

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  • Iron Man: Legacy, Vol. 1: War of the Iron Men

    Iron Man: Legacy, Vol. 1: War of the Iron Men

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Fred Van Lente
    Format:   Hardcover
    Publisher:   Marvel (2010, Dec 15th).
    Pages:   144

    Tony Stark's worst fears are realized when stolen Iron Man technology is used for ethnic cleansing in a civil war-ravaged land. When he defi es U.S. government orders to confront the armored assassins himself, Stark sets off an international con- flagration that threatens his friends, his company, and his very life-and sets him on a collision course with China and Russia, and their champions, Radioactive Man, Titanium Man and the Crimson Dynamo! COLLECTING: Iron Man Legacy #1-6 more

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  • Negima! 33: Magister Negi Magi

    Negima! 33: Magister Negi Magi

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Ken Akamatsu
    Format:   Paperback
    Publisher:   Kodansha Comics (2012, Jan 17th).
    Pages:   208

    A PERFECT WORLDNegi and his party have arrived at the Gravekeeper's Palace and are ready to rescue their friends and save the world, but the evil organization has another trick up their seeve. Ala Alba is about to find out exactly what Cosmo Entelekheia means - as they experience it firsthand. Includes special extras after the story! more

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  • The Zen of Steve Jobs

    The Zen of Steve Jobs

    Author/Actors/Director/etc.:   Caleb Melby
    Format:   Paperback
    Publisher:   Wiley; 1 edition (2012, Jan 3rd).
    Pages:   80

    An illustrated depiction of Steve Jobs' friendship with Zen Buddhist Kobun Chino Otogawa and the impact it had on Jobs' careerApple cofounder Steve Jobs (1955-2011) had such an enormous impact on so many people that his life often took on aspects of myth. But much of his success was due to collaboration with designers, engineers and thinkers. The Zen of Steve Jobs tells the story of Jobs' relationship with one such person: Kobun Chino Otogawa.Kobun was a Zen Buddhist priest who emigrated to the U.S. from Japan in the early 1970s. He was an innovator, lacked appreciation for rules and was passionate about art and design. Kobun was to Buddhism as Jobs was to the computer business: a renegade and maverick. It wasn't long before the two became friends--a relationship that was not built to last. more

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