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Prosperous Lake is the site of the County Fair and the test site for a secret government experiment to create a super fertilizer Vegantuan XL. Willie (formerly Vinny) settles into his mundane routine and a job at the local hardware store. The only bright spot are his evenings spent at the local watering hole ogling his town crush waitress, LINDER HAMERSMITH. Meanwhile, the secret tanker truck full of Vegantuan XL crashes on its way to the target test site, and its contents soak into the ground of Prosperous Lake Cemetery, bringing the dead back to life. Only now they have a ravenous appetite for vegetables. The corrupt Secretary of Agriculture, BROOKE MEADOWS, uses her power to isolate Prosperous Lake from the rest of the world, while he attempts to cover up the unauthorized secret experiment. The townspeople find themselves under siege as the vegan zombies mow their way through town, advancing on the County Fair where the prize fruits and vegetables are. Vinny reluctantly joins the fight, for fear of losing his shot at love with Linder. Although desperate to save their produce, the townsfolk are outnumbered and overwhelmed. Vinny (Willie) becomes the unlikely hero when he discovers a way to even the odds and return the ravenous vegan zombies to their eternal dirt nap, while saving the County Fair.
Max Damage's path to redemption finally seems straightforward. The reformed supervillain has a new sidekick watching his back, a world that's beginning to trust him, and two solid allies-Police Lieutenant Louis Armadale and Alana Patel, the Plutonian's ex-girlfriend-who have begun to feel like family. Then, without warning, the Plutonian is back, and Max finds he is woefully unprepared to defend Earth against its most terrifying enemy. What lengths will he go to in order to be ready to take Plutonian on-and what sacrifices will he have to make? The latest volume in the companion series to the Eisner-nominatedIrredeemable, by award-winning writer Mark Waid (Kingdom Come, Empire).
“To call Sue Mengers a ‘character’ is an understatement, unless the word is written in all-caps, followed by an exclamation point and modified by an expletive. And based on Brian Kellow’s assessment in his thoroughly researched Can I Go Now? even that description may be playing down her personality a bit.” —Jen Chaney, The Washington Post • A NY Times Culture Bestseller • An Entertainment Weekly Best Pop Culture Book of 2015 • A Booklist Top Ten Arts Book of 2015 • A lively and colorful biography of Hollywood’s first superagent—one of the most outrageous showbiz characters of the 1960s and 1970s whose clients included Barbra Streisand, Ryan O’Neal, Faye Dunaway, Michael Caine, and Candice Bergen Before Sue Mengers hit the scene in the mid-1960s, talent agents remained quietly in the background. But staying in the background was not possible for Mengers. Irrepressible and loaded with chutzpah, she became a driving force of Creative Management Associates (which later became ICM) handling the era’s preeminent stars. A true original with a gift for making the biggest stars in Hollywood listen to hard truths about their careers and personal lives, Mengers became a force to be reckoned with. Her salesmanship never stopped. In 1979, she was on a plane that was commandeered by a hijacker, who wanted Charlton Heston to deliver a message on television. Mengers was incensed, wondering why the hijacker wanted Heston, when she could get him Barbra Streisand. Acclaimed biographer Brian Kellow spins an irresistible tale, exhaustively researched and filled with anecdotes about and interviews more than two hundred show-business luminaries. A riveting biography of a powerful woman that charts show business as it evolved from New York City in the 1950s through Hollywood in the early 1980s, Can I Go Now? will mesmerize anyone who loves cinema’s most fruitful period. From the Hardcover edition.
From classroom aids to corporate training programs, technical resources to self-help guides, children's features to documentaries, theatrical releases to straight-to-video movies, The Video Source Book continues its comprehensive coverage of the wide universe of video offerings with more than 130,000 complete program listings, encompassing more than 160,000 videos. All listings are arranged alphabetically by title. Each entry provides a description of the program and information on obtaining the title. Six indexes -- alternate title, subject, credits, awards, special formats and program distributors -- help speed research.