New Authors Journal: A Literary Journal for New Authors (10th Anniversary Issue, Number 1)
New Authors Journal: A Literary Journal for New AuthorsClick Here
to view in augmented realityScenesters: Music, Mayhem & Melrose Ave. A Documentary 1985-1990
SCENESTERS captures the moment in time when Punk, Glam, Hard Rock, Alternative, Garage, and Metal all collided and meshed in Los Angeles in the mid 80s. Featured are the first-hand accounts of people who were completely submerged in the culture... People who changed the rules of fashion, set the scene, and made Melrose Ave ground zero for bands like Guns N Roses ,Jane's Addiction, and The Red Chili Peppers. This ushered in a lifestyle of hard living and lots of partying. Hear from those SCENESTERS who lived through it all to tell tales of the legendary LA scene 1985 - 1990 Bonus features include: interview with photographers at the time. , photos and flyersClick Here
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$7.48Heavy Metal Theatrical One Sheet Movie Poster 27x41 Very Good Condition 1981 Corben & music!
Heavy Metal Theatrical One Sheet 27x41 Very Good Condition 1981 This poster is an original theatrical one sheet (27x41) from the 1981 release of the film in good condition. Poster has minor crease marks, small tears, wrinkles near bottom. Will ship folded. "Heavy Metal" is a 1981 Canadian-American adult animated sci-fi-fantasy film directed by Gerald Potterton and produced by Ivan Reitman and Leonard Mogel, who also was the publisher of Heavy Metal magazine, the basis for the film. The screenplay was written by Daniel Goldberg and Len Blum. The film is an anthology of various science fiction and fantasy stories adapted from Heavy Metal magazine and original stories in the same spirit. Like the magazine, the film features a great deal of graphic violence, sexuality, and nudity. Its production was expedited by having several animation houses working simultaneously on different segments. A sequel titled Heavy Metal 2000 was released in 2000.Click Here
to view in augmented realityBOO HOO Sheet Music (BERNIE CUMMINS)
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to view in augmented realityCRYPT OF HORROR VOL. 18 (Crypt Of Horror)
Crypt of Horror Vol. 19 - 29 complete horror stories from the frightening 50s! During the horror comics boom of the early 1950's, the demand for the macabre was high, and an incredible volume of pages featuring spooky material was churned out- in more ways than one. Aesthetic standards varied greatly. On the high end, that era spawned the EC Comics horror line; considered by many to be among the highest-quality comic books ever produced. At the other end of the spectrum were the poverty-row publishers, employing artists with far less skill and experience. Not always the worst matchup, though- grotesquely hideous artwork on a horror story is far more effective than on a romance comic! All of that aside, many of the artistic giants throughout comic book history have done exemplary work in the horror genre, even if we are more accustomed to associating their names with other types of comic books, and Crypt of Horror Volume 19 highlights a selection of great artists that fit that description. Jack Kirby was the unquestioned "king" of illustrating rollicking action on the comic book page, but did you know he could also craft a moody and mysterious missive as well? Awed my Steve Ditko's work on the classic Spider-Man ? You ain't seen nothin' till you've sampled some of the weird chillers he drew for Charlton and other companies a decade before. Alex Toth- storyteller supreme and master of the tasteful use of chiaroscuro? Prepare to be scared out of your WITS! Bob Powell, Dick Ayers, Bill Everett,Myron Fass, Bernie Krigstein, Al Williamson, Bob Fujitani and a host of others are here; great artists all, perhaps better known for their efforts delineating superheroes, adventure, humor or glamour- but never better than when weltering in grisly horror!! Check out Crypt of Horror Volume 19, and see the greatest artists in comic book history in an all-new (and scary) light!!
Crisp & clear B&W art thruout. Saddle stitched.Click Here
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