COMIC BOOK ARTIST SPECIAL EDITION #2 compiles the new “extras” from CBA Collection Vol. 1-3, including an unpublished story by JACK KIRBY, unpublished art by BERNIE WRIGHTSON, an unused story by JEFF JONES, an extensive new interview with ALAN WEISS, an in-depth examination of Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers' Batman masterpieces from the 1970s, a comprehensive look at DC's rarely seen Cancelled Comics Cavalcade (perhaps the most collectible DC Comic of that decade), a Paul Gulacy art gallery, Bob Rozakis on writing the infamous Hostess Twinkie ads, Marvel Value Stamp history, Mr. Monster's scrapbook, and more!
"The Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide" offers a complete record of existing comic books from the 1800s to the present, indexed, illustrated, and priced according to condition. of color photos. 1,500 b&w photos.
The Thinking Alphabet is an alphabet book written in a humorous style. It can be used in grades one, two, three and four. It contains strategies and techniques for teachers to use in all of the curriculum areas. The lessons are geared to improve academic performance by strengthening a child’s thinking skills. The book tries to make learning challenging and exciting in the “Content Areas”. The strategies and techniques found in the book help children to logically analyze various comprehension skills. Ultimately, the children make meaningful judgments based on critical thinking skills. My book tries to imbue in children a love for reading. In the book, I incorporated reading for meaning with the teaching of phonics ad word attach skills. There are thirty-one stories. Each story emphasizes one of the following seven comprehension skills: 1. Critical Thinking Suptopics: a. Is the story real or make-believe b. Is the story fact or opinion? c. Another critical thinking skill that is taught is the Teacher of Persuation. 2. How to draw inferences. 3. How to find the main idea. 4. How to determine sequence of time. 5. How lo locate as answer 6. How to find and relate details. 7. How to predict outcomes. The book contains two sections. One is the Children’s Book; it has a Children’s Table of Contents and the other a Teacher’s Table of Contents which gives a synopsis of each lesson and a Teacher’s Manual for each of the children’s thirty-one stories. The Teacher’s Manual is a “walk through” for each lesson for the inexperienced as well as experienced teacher. Although the lessons are structured, the teacher is encouraged to use her and/or the children’s creativity and input. The lessons within the book can be tailored to be simple or more complex. The teacher may use her own judgment, considering the grade level of her children and/or her experience. The book contains the following curriculum areas: Reading, Listening, Speaking-Conversational Skills, Critical Thinking Skills, Spelling-Writing Skills – Creative Expression, Arithmetic, Science, Music-Singing, Art, Physical Fitness, Proper Social Behavior and Conflict Resolution. In every lesson there is an enrichment activity. The teacher is encouraged to give meaningful homework assignments that are listed in every lesson. The child’s parents are given support to assist with this type of family homework. The lessons are Cross Referenced. This will help teachers as an instructional guide. The book was field tested in seven different schools within District 8. It was received with great enthusiasm. It was acclaimed by the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and other personnel within District 8, Bronx, N.Y.
'STICKY' is the groundbreaking collection of character-based, sex-positive tales of man-on-man carnality and sweetness written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac - now in its 10th anniversary of publication! 'This is why your mom didn't want you reading so many comic books,' says Unzipped. Although intended predominantly for gay males, 'STICKY' is also suitable for heterosexual women who make up a large part of the audience for gay erotic comics.
Time-trip back to the frightening era of 1957-1972, when monsters stomped into the American mainstream! Once Frankenstein and fiends infiltrated TV in 1957, an avalanche of monster magazines, toys, games, trading cards, and comic books crashed upon an unsuspecting public. This profusely illustrated full-color hardcover covers that creepy, kooky Monster Craze through features on Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine, the #1 hit “Monster Mash,” Aurora’s model kits, TV shows (Shock Theatre, The Addams Family, The Munsters, and Dark Shadows), “Mars Attacks” trading cards, Eerie Publications, Planet of the Apes, and more! It features interviews with James Warren (Creepy, Eerie, and Vampirella magazines), Forrest J Ackerman (Famous Monsters of Filmland), John Astin (The Addams Family), Al Lewis (The Munsters), Jonathan Frid (Dark Shadows), George Barris (monster car customizer), Ed “Big Daddy” Roth (Rat Fink), Bobby (Boris) Pickett (Monster Mash singer/songwriter) and others, with a Foreword by TV horror host Zacherley, the “Cool Ghoul.” Written by Mark Voger.