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Within both subversion and containment in the narrative, young adult fantasy becomes an embodiment of the experience of adolescence--its angst, rebellion and also its journey of personal maturation. Since its publication in , there have been suggestions that the fictional exploits of "Dracula" were closely associated with "Jack the Ripper" than a "Transylvanian Count". Historian Neil Storey provides the first British-based investigation of the sources used by Stoker and paints an evocative portrait of Stoker, his influences, friends and the London he knew in the late 19th century.
Among Stoker s group of friends, however, were dark shadows. Storey explores how Stoker created Dracula out of the climate of fear that surrounded the Jack the Ripper murders in Add to this potent combination the notion that Stoker may have known Jack the Ripper personally and hid the clues to this terrible knowledge in his book. The premise is seductive and connects some of the giants of stage and literature of late Victorian Britain.
Before Star Trek, there was Space Patrol. Science fiction television has its roots in this live, actionpacked series that captured the imagination of Americans from to , when space travel was just a dream. This book explores the freewheeling spirit of live TV, where anything could go wrong. It spotlights often in personal interviews the risk-taking Space Patrol cast and crew who laid vital groundwork for television today.
Included are episode logs for both television and radio shows as well as a complete guide to Space Patrol memorabilia. The Wounds of Nations explores the ways in which horror films allow international audiences to deal with the horrors of recent history--from genocide to terrorist outrage and nuclear war to radical political change. Tauris, Investigating Cult TV , , xi, pages. Scholar and Who fan Miles Booy has written the first historical account of the public interpretation of Doctor Who.
Love and Monsters begins in with the publication of Doctor Who Weekly , the magazine that would start a chain of events that would see creative fans taking control of the merchandise and even of the programme s massively successful twenty-first century reboot. From the twilight of Tom Baker s years to the newest Doctor, Matt Smith, Miles Booy explores the shifting meaning of Doctor Who across the years - from the Third Doctor s suggestion that we should read the Bible, via costumed fans on television, up to the general election in Britain.
This is also the story of how the ambitious producer John Nathan-Turner, assigned to the programme in , produced a visuallyexcessive programme for a tele-literate fanbase, and how this style changed the ways in which Doctor Who could be read. The Doctor s world has never been bigger, inside or out! This work explores the relationship between twentyfive enduring works of horror literature and the classic films that have been adapted from them.
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Life on Mars , is one of the most talkedabout television drama events of the last decade. Centring on Sam Tyler, a DI in who is inexplicably catapulted back to after an accident, the series mixes science fiction with police drama. Many popular films from the era are considered, as are earlier films from Aelita Queen of Mars to Devil Girl From Mars and historical records, literary fiction, and television shows especially I Dream of Jeannie.
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Foy Les Hunger Games pourraientils exister un jour? Quelles sont les bases scientifiques et philosophiques des romans? Why so hungry for the Hunger Games? Tome 1. Beginning with the first comic superstar, the likeable rogue Ally Sloper, cultural historian James Chapman traces the rise of comic publishing and comic reading in Britain. The heyday of British comics came in the s and 60s when titles such as Eagle and School Friend sold nearly a million copies a week. A new breed of violent comics appeared in the s, including the controversial Action and cult favourite AD, and in the s came the rise and fall of adult comics such as Warrior, Crisis, Deadline and Revolver.
Chapman discusses alternative comics such as Viz, and analyses the work of contemporary British comic writers including Alan Moore, Ian Edginton, Warren Ellis and Garth Ennis whose success has prompted a renaissance of British comics. Examining both the creators of comics and their readers, Chapman argues that British comics have a distinctive identity in their own right that is different from the comic books of America, France and Japan.
From to , the syndicated comic strip Calvin. At the height of its popularity, the strip ran in more than 2, newspapers and generated a fan base that continues to run in the millions. WURTZ eds. This study views American history from to through the lens of superhero comics, revealing the spandex-clad guardians to be not only fictional characters but barometers of the place and time in which they reside. JOST, Roland dir. Wolfgang K. Il commissario Spada G. De Luca et G. Emma Frost battle. For the first time ever, the inspiring, infuriating, and utterly insane story of comics, graphic novels, and manga is presented in comic book form!
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Beyond the Frontier: Turok,. Since its debut manga RG Veda, CLAMP has steadily asserted itself as one of the most widely renowned teams of manga artists, leaving a durable imprint in every established genre while also devising novel formulas along the way. FOY, Joseph J ed. In December , struggling Canadian comic book artist Dave Sim self-published the first issue of Cerebus the Aardvark, a Conan the Barbarian satire featuring a foul-tempered, sword-wielding creature trapped in a human world.
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HU, Tze-yue G. Foreword by Pete Docter. Showing us enviro-toons in their cultural and historical contexts, this book offers fresh insights into the changing perceptions of the relationship between humans and the environment and a new understanding of environmental and animated cinema. Through the looking glass: Shrek in perspective; A. Lacassagne, T. Lacassagne Big and green is better: Shrek and female body image; M.
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