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Welcome to Comic Book Plus, the site where every day is party day! We are the original and still the premier site to read and download Golden and Silver Age comic books. Plus, we also hold a large and growing selection of comic strips and pulp fiction. The even better news is that all the content is FREE and LEGAL. This is a historically significant archive, that has taken a great many people thousands of hours to create and we are ever vigilant to ensure that no content breaches copyright or trademark laws. We hope you enjoy your time here and come back really soon!

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The Journal of the Jack Kirby Museum & Research Center For the 2013 Best Picture Oscar-winner Argo, Jack Kirby’s Lord of Light artwork was omitted and his crucial role in the CIA’s rescue plot was downplayed and distorted, but that is only a part of the problem with the film. …History cannot be swept clean like a blackboard, clean so that “we” might inscribe our own future there and impose our own form of life for these lesser people to follow. —Edward Said “ARGO – The Rescue of the Canadian Six” (artist unattributed)—CIA’s Intelligence Art Gallery Introduction to Forgotten Books WELCOME to Forgotten Books, the world's largest online library with 484,473 books available on demand. This website has been designed using the very latest technologies to provide our members with many features never seen before. Our flagship technology Intelligent Bookshelf™ is a world leader in book recommendation and uses artificial intelligence to determine exactly the books you'd most like to read from our vast library. More than just books; Forgotten Books also features advanced analytical data.

Download 15,000+ Free Golden Age Comics from the Digital Comic Museum The Digital Comic Museum offers free access to hundreds of pre-1959 comic books, uploaded by users who often offer historical research and commentary alongside high-quality scans. The site’s moderators and administrators are particularly careful to avoid posting non-public-domain comics (a complicated designation, as described in this forum thread). The resulting archive is devoid of many familiar comic-book characters, like those from Marvel, D.C., or Disney. 700 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns Free Comedy & Dramas 175 Paramount Films on Paramount’s Official YouTube Channel – Free – The Paramount Vault now streams on its official YouTube channel 175 free feature films. Includes 1987’s Ironweed with Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep, Hamlet (1990) with Glenn Close and Mel Gibson. They’re limited to a US audience.125 Korean Feature Films – Free – The Korean Film Archive has put on YouTube over 100 Korean feature films, including Im Kwon-taek’s Sopyonje and Hong Sangsoo’s The Day the Pig Fell Into a Well.

Gorilla Daze - Allan Harvey on comics Silver Age and Bronze Age And here we go with yet another celebration of that cover layout. This one again focusses on horror, but rather than the magazines this time we’ll have a look at some colour comics. We’ll stay with the Lord of the Undead for now, prise open the Tomb of Dracula, and see that he started his long Marvel career with this slight variation of the theme: The Tomb of Dracula #1, April 1972 That one was drawn by the inimitable Neal Adams, although I don’t think his style is immediately obvious.

Superheroes a 'cultural catastrophe', says comics guru Alan Moore Comics god Alan Moore has issued a comprehensive sign-off from public life after shooting down accusations that his stories feature racist characters and an excessive amount of sexual violence towards women. The Watchmen author also used a lengthy recent interview with Pádraig Ó Méalóid at Slovobooks entitled "Last Alan Moore interview?" – to expand upon his belief that today's adults' interest in superheroes is potentially "culturally catastrophic", a view originally aired in the Guardian last year. Robinson Curriculum Booklist - links to free ebooks Please leave a comment if you can place any of these books in one of the history or science categories on the right (as specifically as possible). This book list is taken from the Robinson Curriculum. It is written in basically the order of easiest to hardest and I’ve taken someone’s markings for the level of the books. Here’s where I’m getting the list from. There are a few of the required books that I haven’t been able to find online.

60 Free Film Noir Movies During the 1940s and 50s, Hollywood entered a “noir” period, producing riveting films based on hard-boiled fiction. These films were set in dark locations and shot in a black & white aesthetic that fit like a glove. Hardened men wore fedoras and forever smoked cigarettes. Women played the femme fatale role brilliantly. Love was the surest way to death. All of these elements figured into what Roger Ebert calls “the most American film genre” in his short Guide to Film Noir.

Gestion des sous-groupes de livres, par exemple «genre» - Manuel de l'utilisateur de calibre Some people wish to organize the books in their library into subgroups, similar to subfolders. The most commonly provided reason is to create genre hierarchies, but there are many others. One user asked for a way to organize textbooks by subject and course number. Another wanted to keep track of gifts by subject and recipient. This tutorial will use the genre example for the rest of this post. Before going on, please note that we are not talking about folders on the hard disk.

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