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The classic comic series from the 1940’s, the Black Cat! The Black Cat was one of the earliest female costumed crime-fighters in the comics, debuting in 1941 in POCKET COMICS. Linda Turner was a Hollywood starlet and former stunt-woman in the early 1940's when she battled her director who she suspected of being a Nazi spy. Donning the outfit of a black cat to take advantage of her opponent’s superstitions, she defeated his spy ring and enjoyed herself doing it so much she decided to continue her alternate career as a costumed super heroine - the Black Cat.
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The mind blowing conclusion to Inhuman Remains is here. The Black Terror battles his greatest foe when he comes face to face with Bob Benson, his own alter ego. To make matters worse, The Black Baron assembles a cadre of super villains to destroy both The Black Terror and Benson. But will any of them be spared the incalculable wrath of the goddess Pandora?
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BLACK DON'T NEVER BACK DOWN! Black Dynamite is a man on a mission once again and this time he's going to Tibet to even the score. When the local Shaolin monks and volunteer aid workers come under attack, Black Dynamite goes on the offensive and discovers a Red Chinese / ex-Nazi conspiracy to breed and train the ultimate Kung-Fu Man-beasts.
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These literary masterpieces are made easy and interesting. This series features classic tales retold with color illustrations to introduce literature to struggling readers. Each 64-page softcover book retains key phrases and quotations from the original classics. The author tells this unforgettable story, which takes place in nineteenth-century England, through the eyes of Black Beauty. The reader will feel the love & cruelty that this great stallion experiences. Beginning with Black Beauty's wonderful life with his master, Squire Gordon, and the kindness of Jerry Barker to the terrible times as a "cab" horse having to tolerate the torture of the "proper" English bearing reins, Black Beauty's story speaks for all animals that can't speak for themselves. 64 pages, FC
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The saga of the Black Terror continues! The mysterious (and often, quite angry) Black Terror continues to unravel the mysteries of who he is and how he was changed by the urn in "Inhuman Remains" from writers Phil Hester and Alex Ross.
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"Inhuman Remains" continues from Ross, Hester and Reis! The nature of man and hero is explored as the Black Terror faces a foe unlike any he has faced before - himself! Under Hester, the nature of heroes and the superpowers in particular is explored to its greatest heights! If you're not reading The Black Terror, you're missing one of the best hero books on the racks!
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It's been building to this as The Black Terror and Dynamic Man fight to the very death! Meanwhile, strange things are happening under Area 51 as the government unleashes its most fearsome defenses in an attempt to bring down the Black Terror's one-man crusade!
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Black Ghost Apple Factory is a collection of mini-comics by Jeremy Tinder. Gathered from 2004-2006, these comics range from touching and somber to downright silly. In the title comic, a little black ghost has his head in the clouds at work, fixating on a hook-up from the previous evening. Another comic ends with the author, Tinder, having his face eaten by a grizzly bear. This volume is tiny, but tightly-packed with stories that will touch your heart and make you realize you're not the only one out there that has these thoughts running through your head. Also contains never-before-seen material.
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Drilling for oil is a dirty business, and for Bill Murphy, it’s about to turn positively filthy. But Murphy’s as big and tough as his home state of Texas-a man in the mold of a young John Wayne-and he’s more than a match for everything the oil-rich land of Venezuela can throw at him. Everything, that is, except for one woman . . . Her name is Marcia Stewart. She’s fiery, she’s brave, and she’s beautiful . . . and she’d like nothing better than to see Bill Murphy dead. Her oilman father’s been killed, and Marcia tags Murphy as the murderer. Murphy’s guilty of a lot of things, but murder’s not one of them. He’s drilling down for the truth, and now it’s his land, his love for Marcia-and his life-that are on the line. With so much at stake, he’ll go to any length to come out on top of the Black Towers to Danger. When Black Towers to Danger was first published in 1936, the editor wrote: \u201cL. Ron Hubbard, as you know, is a pilot, a writer and an engineer. The one thing he doesn’t work at is engineering. He was in China at 15 and has covered a lot of territory since then. If he’s on a flying field-or anywhere else-you can’t miss him-he’s a tall, slender chap with very fair skin and bright red hair. Something picturesque about him as there should be about a flyer.\u201d And not only was he a man with a commanding presence, so too did he have command over his material, researching the entire oil drilling process for this story. "Roars to life." - Publishers Weekly
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Because YOU demanded it - the Black terror returns as Dynamite continues the Black Terror ongoing series! Again featuring the covers and direction of Alex Ross, writer Phil (Darkness, MASQUERADE) Hester joins the team as series writer and is joined by Jonathan (MEET THE BAD GUYS) Lau for this thrilling second story arc!
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