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Action movie in which a pair of unlikely heroes find themselves at the heart of the struggle to save Earth from a fateful collision with the planet Mercury. When the Sun briefly magnetises and throws Mercury out of orbit, experts are horrified to discover the result of the mishap: Mercury is now on a collision course with Earth. Scientist James (Kirk Acevedo) believes he may have a way of deflecting Mercury from its apocalyptic course, but struggles to get his ideas heard due to previous issues with the weapon system he thinks has the capacity to save the day. However, with help from Victoria (Diane Farr), the sole surviving crew member of a space shuttle in Mercury's orbit, James may yet have the chance to make himself a hero.
Action thriller starring wrestler Steve 'Stone Cold' Austin and martial arts star Gary Daniels. Austin stars as Jim Rhodes, a border patrol agent who, along with his 17-year-old daughter, Kim (Marie Avgeropoulos), is kidnapped by a gang of ruthless criminals hellbent on retrieving their share of a recent heist from a rival gang. Jim must now employ every trick in the survival skills book to outsmart the kidnappers and save his precious daughter.
Triple bill of action films starring Steven Seagal. In 'Driven to Kill' (2009), Ruslan Drachev (Seagal) is an ex-Russian mobster who has left the gangster lifestyle behind him to become a crime novelist. However, Ruslan's past comes back to haunt him when he discovers that his daughter Lanie (Laura Mennell) is engaged to marry his former arch-nemesis, Russian gangster Stephan (Dmitry Chepovetsky). A shocking act of violence forces Ruslan to revert to his former methods to exact a swift and merciless revenge on those who have threatened his family. In 'The Keeper' (2009), Rolland Sallinger (Seagal) is an LA cop who flees to New Mexico to work as a bodyguard after a near-fatal run-in with his corrupt police partner. When his client - the beautiful daughter of a wealthy businessman - is kidnapped by gangsters, he must race against time to track them down and rescue her. In 'Born to Raise Hell' (2010), Interpol Agent Bobby Singer (Seagal) and his team are sent to deal with gun and drug trafficking in Eastern Europe. When the team get entangled in a battle between Russian gun dealers and a group of Gypsies, one of Singer's men is killed. Enraged, Singer becomes determined to get revenge for the death of his friend.
Gil Bellows stars in this low-budget supernatural horror about a small community terrorised by an age-old curse. It's Halloween 1831 and the villagers of Hollow Glen gather to hurl their diseased crops into the annual bonfire in the hope that their harvest for the following year will be plentiful. But the ceremony soon takes a macabre twist when the parents of a deformed child decide to sacrifice him to the flames. Ever since that fateful day, successive generations of villagers, young and old, have fallen victim to a hideous creature intent on exacting bloody retribution on those it holds responsible.
This brand new Bible study series from beloved Bible teacher Kay
Arthur and the teaching staff of Precept Ministries tackles
important issues in brief, easy-to-grasp lessons you can benefit
from personally or as part of a small group. Each book in the
series includes six 40-minute studies designed to draw you into
God's Word through basic inductive Bible study. As Kay explains,
"Rather than simply reading or listening to what others say about a
subject, you are going to see for yourself what God says about it."
Join one of the world's most respected Bible teachers in a study
that will revolutionize your thinking--and your life.
#1 New York Times bestselling author and Eisner-nominated cartoonist Tom Hart has written a poignant and instructive guide for all aspiring graphic memoirists detailing the tenets of artistry and story-telling inherent in the medium. Hart examines what makes a graphic memoir great, and shows you how to do it. With two dozen professional examples and a deep-dive into his own story, Hart encourages readers to hone their signature style in the best way to represent their journeys on the page. With clear examples and visual aids, The Art of the Graphic Memoir is emotive, creative, and accessible.
Supernatural drama based on the popular children's horror book series by R.L. Stine. When Max Doyle (Corey Fogelmanis) takes some objects from a haunted house to help out his ghost friends Nicky (Blake Michael) and Tara (Olivia Ryan Stern), he inadvertently releases a number of angry spirits who seem intent on getting revenge. Then, after Nicky and Tara are kidnapped and held as prisoners by the evil Simon (Jamie Kennedy), it's left to Max to save the day.
A collection of celebrated mini-comics from the early and mid-'90s by Tom Hart, creator of Hutch Owen and director of the Sequential Artists Workshop. Includes the classic self-published mini-comics Love Looks Left, The Angry Criminal, Maria, New Hat, Manana, Heike, and more. Tom Hart is a cartoonist and the executive director of the Sequential Artists Workshop, a school and arts organization in Gainesville, Florida. He is the creator of the Hutch Owen series of graphic novels and books, and has been nominated for all the major comic book industry awards.
Scott Eastwood, Sara Paxton and Katherine Waterston star in this horror directed by Jack Heller. Three strangers (Eastwood, Paxton and Waterston) find each other wandering round an eerie forest and try to work out how and why they are there. As they take shelter in a derelict cabin they learn more about each other and discover that they are all related. As the mystery grows they realise that there is no way out of the cabin in the woods but something has found its way in...
Rosalie Lightning is Eisner-nominated cartoonist Tom Hart's beautiful and touching graphic memoir about the untimely death of his young daughter, Rosalie. His heart-breaking and emotional illustrations strike readers to the core, and take them along his family's journey through loss. Hart uses the graphic form to articulate his and his wife's on-going search for meaning in the aftermath of Rosalie's death, exploring themes of grief, hopelessness, rebirth, and eventually finding hope again. Hart creatively portrays the solace he discovers in nature, philosophy, great works of literature, and art across all mediums in this expressively honest and loving tribute to his baby girl. Rosalie Lighting is a graphic masterpiece chronicling a father's undying love.
Making peace is just as easy as making pizza. In this book, Chef Tomato delivers delicious pizza recipes and shares peaceful messages throughout his journey. The book contains simple recipes for all ages to enjoy. The book shares easy to make pizza dough and sauce recipes. Also, in the chapter. "A Shake Between Two Hands," Chef Tomato makes peace by making milkshakes. This chapter has a few delicious milkshakes recipes and a global peaceful message. The secret is out. Peace can be made anywhere in the world, just like Chef Tomato's favorite pizza pies. By using your imagination and creativity, top your pizzas with love and great ingredients. Have fun making a peaceful treat for your family and friends. This book underlines the greatness in all of us and shares delicious recipes made easy.
To Tom Harte, for whom food is a consuming passion, questions like these are not half-baked. For 10 years he has been writing culinary reflections on such matters for the Southeast Missourian, the largest newspaper between St. Louis and Memphis. The cream of this reflective crop, covering topics as diverse as Peeps and pate a choux, and their attached recipes are included in this volume. Some of the essays delve into the history of food, like the one about lebkuchen, arguably the oldest cookie in the world. Others, dealing with culinary queries and curiosities, attempt to explain the nomenclature of food or the logic behind common recipe conventions. Still others pay homage to great gourmets like Thomas Jefferson, August Escoffier, or Julia Child, or to great ingredients like butter and brown sugar. He also includes a culinary exam and a lesson on how to write a recipe. Whether he's championing the virtues of funnel cake or recounting his experiences judging a national pie contest, Harte is often whimsical, always informative, and never uninteresting. His over-200 carefully selected recipes will be a welcome addition to anyone's files.
Even though an understanding of experimental design and statistics is central to modern biology, undergraduate and graduate students studying biological subjects often lack confidence in their numerical abilities. Allaying the anxieties of students, Introduction to Statistics for Biology, Third Edition provides a painless introduction to the subject while demonstrating the importance of statistics in contemporary biological studies.
New to the Third Edition
- More detailed explanation of the ideas of elementary probability to simplify the rationale behind hypothesis testing, before moving on to simple tests
- An emphasis on experimental design and data simulation prior to performing an experiment
- A general template for carrying out statistical tests from hypothesis to interpretation
- Worked examples and updated Minitab analyses and graphics
- A CD-ROM that contains a free trial version of Minitab
Using Minitab throughout to present practical examples, the authors emphasize the interpretation of computer output. With its nontechnical approach and practical advice, this student-friendly introductory text lays the foundation for the advanced study of statistical analysis.
Rosetta is a comics anthology of sophisticated works by an international cast of award winning artists. Rosetta is targeted at a mature audience, which views comics as a valid art form equal to any other. Rosetta not only entertains with new stories by over twenty award-winning cartoonists from North America and around the world, but also reveals the creative processes and compromises that occur in the creation of comic art in the form of a sketchbook section.The contributing artists have been set the task to go beyond the boundaries set by their previous works and to push themselves into areas that they consider dangerous to their reputations. Edited by Ng Suat Tong, with Tom Devlin doing Graphic Design, Rosetta is packaged under a phenomenal sequential jam cover and endpaper concept by Dave Cooper, Marc Bell, Miriam Katin and Ron Rege Jr. Under a cover by Dave Cooper, Nick Bertozzi dreams about the sequentiality of Hokusai's prints, Ivan Brunetti muses upon the music of Erik Satie, David Choe examines the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a trip to the Gaza strip, David Collier discusses the quirks of Islam, Renee French provides an eccentric example of portraiture, Tom Hart explores his literary side, the respected cartoonist Lat retrieves a distant memory of his childhood in Malaysia, Matt Madden produces sequential magic out of old NYC mugshots, Miriam Katin delves into the moral questions surrounding her childhood in Hungary, Megan Kelso provides another chapter in her Artichoke Tales, James Kochalka provides an atypical example of his realism, Ron Rege Jr. philosophizes about consumerism, Katja Tukiainen provides a diary of her trip of India to study yoga and Stefan J H van Dinthertests the boundaries of experimental comics. The creators contributing to this project include: M. S. Bastian, Marc Bell, Marc Bell, Nick Bertozzi, Ivan Brunetti, David Choe, David Collier, Greg Cook, Dave Cooper, Renee French, Tom Hart, Michael Kupperman, Ulf K., David Lasky, Lat, Matt Madden, Miriam Katin, Megan Kelso, James Kochalkaj, John Porcellino, Ron Rege Jr., Tobias Schalken, Katja Tukiainen, Stefan J. H. van Dinther, Sara Varon & Danijel Zezelj
Top Shelf Productions is proud to announce the release of the first in Tom Hart's all-new series of self-contained graphic novels. Tom Hart is an acclaimed fan favorite, and Banks/Eubanks represents a high watermark in Hart's storytelling. Set in summertime Boston and central Florida during a tropical storm, Banks/Eubanks tells of a lazy dreamer's confrontation with a sort of adventure much, much different than the kind he imagines himself worthy of. Will Barney Banks thrive in the Hurricane? Or die a dog's death? And how much can he wish his fates into existence? These are the questions in Banks/Eubanks. ... An ambitious tale told with simplicity, wit, and the unique combination of wild antics and deep insight that is Tom Hart's signature.
The Darien Gap is a place of legend. The only break in the
Pan-American Highway, which runs from Alaska to the tip of South
America, it is an almost impregnable strip of swamp, jungle, and
cloud forest between the land masses of North and South America.
Stories of abduction and murder there are rife and in recent years
more people have successfully climbed Everest or trekked to the
South Pole than have crossed the Darien Gap.
Collecting the travels and travails of Hutch Owen since the year 2000, The Collected Hutch Owen: Unmarketable centers on "Public Relations" as Hutch is pitted against the Worner Company and a PR firm bent on redesigning the World Trade Center Site. This 92-page story - the longest Hutch story to date - was a one-page-per-week improvisational drama begun a personal response to September 11, 2001. Other stories include "Aristotle," in which Hutch winds up in Worner's employ as a slogan writer, as well as a surreal Hutch Owen "24-hour comic" in which Hutch battles the trends of the "far future" when everyone wants to be on TV and thinks they have something new to say. Hart's shorter Hutch Owen stories round out the collection with "Consumer Confidence Level," "In Hong Kong," "Attacking Attacked Attacking," and "The Executive Hour" (a solo Dennis Worner story).
Tom Hart Dyke has a bit of a thing about plants. You might call it an obsession. You might call him certifiable, in fact. But it's a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a large ramshackle country estate and an obsession with plant collecting could want for only one thing - in Tom's case it's a walled garden containing examples of plants collected from every corner of the globe. Tom's infectious enthusiasm for anything with chlorophyll in it and the hugely ambitious World Garden project he has undertaken at his family home, Lullingstone Castle, in Kent have been documented in a 12-part television series for BBC 2. The first six parts (Save Lullingstone Castle) were shown in spring 2006, and the second six episodes (Return to Lullingstone Castle) in spring 2007. Tom's attempts to set up the World Garden aren't exactly straightforward. You might imagine, for example, that the easiest way to start preparing the ground inside the walled Elizabethan garden which he transforms into the main part of the world garden would be to enlist the help of a few people and a lot of hard digging. Well not for Tom, who enlists instead two large pigs, who do indeed do a great job of turning over the earth and fertilising it with great organic manure. But the problem is that they keep escaping into the Hart Dyke family burial plot next door where they start digging up Tom's ancestors... The World Garden is created to bring together a truly amazing collection of plants from every continent and so to show the global origins of the plants we all grow in our gardens. It's already establishing itself as a tourist attraction of some note as well as an educational resource. This is a book for all those who bought Tim Smit's Lost Gardens of Heligan. It's stuffed full of fascinating botanical information as well as the story of Tom's hapless struggle to overcome huge logistical nightmares. It's a riveting, hilarious story of English eccentricity in full bloom.
This is the book you need if you have any interest in making good comic strips. An 83-page book on the comic strip from "What size do I draw?" to conceiving ideas to drawing and inking and coloring. The SAW Guide to Making Professional Comic Strips is a complete how-to manual for making the best comic strips you can, from conception to idea generation to layout, lettering, finishing, coloring and even selling. From an experienced professional comic strip artist (Hutch Owen, Ali's House), the book is loaded with examples and instruction as well as personal stories within the industry.
The Collected Hutch Owen is at once hilarious and enraged, snotty, and smart. These acclaimed dregs-of-society farces skewer the multinational, mega-merging, corporate forces that control our lives. Tom Hart's popular vagrant/rebel, Hutch Owen, rages while the world around him builds, merges, attends marketing seminars and goes IPO. The streets and alleyways that are his bedroom and study are now invisible beneath a coat of crude and insulting ads. His may be the only dissenting voice left! When the first tale, Hutch Owen's Working Hard, was released in 1994, it created an underground sensation and gained Tom Hart a die-hard following. Here are the two previously published tales, with two brand new, full-length stories, never before seen. Feel the Power! Catch the Wave! Join the Splurge!
"Clearly, surviving a nine-month jungle kidnapping requires courage
and endurance. But Hart Dyke and Winder came equipped with
something else in addition: pluck. It's that quality, crackling on
every page, that makes The Cloud Garden one of the strangest and
most satisfying adventure reads in recent memory."--"Men's Journal
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