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Deep in the trackless Congo forests, Allan Quatermain enjoys a brief respite from danger until the lull vanishes due to his own fears and temptations. Then comes a merciless attack by his enemy, the warlord Bwana Nzige. The final bloody battle pits men against monsters, and Quatermain may not be able to save his friends, or himself.
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Deep in the trackless Congo forests, Allan Quatermain enjoys a brief respite from danger until the lull vanishes due to his own fears and temptations. Then comes a merciless attack by his enemy, the warlord Bwana Nzige. The final bloody battle pits men against monsters, and Quatermain may not be able to save his friends, or himself.
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This is the sequel to the cult film. In the 1950s, the U.S. Navy encountered and destroyed a gigantic octopus that attacked shipping and wreaked havoc on the west coast of the United States. American forces killed the creature and ended the threat once and for all. Or so they thought. They were wrong. Now, another monster is rising in the warm blue waters surrounding Taru Taru, a speck of land far out in the Pacific. And this time it's worse than anyone ever imagined.
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Based on the work of H. Rider Haggard! Allan Quatermain journeys deep into the unexplored, mysterious forests of equatorial Africa to repay a debt of honor and avenge a wrong. He encounters the dangerous Lord of Locusts, Bwana Nzige, a slaver from Zanzibar. Nzige is a capricious dictator who is creating an empire built on ivory and blood.
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The Gothic horror tradition of film icon Vincent Price is revived in these twisted comic book one-shots that transplant the best of the horror genre into innovative and bizarre landscapes for a new generation of Vincent Price fans. There are four stories in this gothic graphic novel featuring the master of horror himself! Make sure to keep the lights on when you read it!
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Hundereds of innocent people are helpless to the impending doom heading their way from beneath the sea. Will the U.S.S. Carlson make it in time to save countless lives? Will disgraced Navy Captain Shepard and his scientist side-kick Faust find a way to destroy the monster for good this time? Find out in the second issue of It Came From Beneath the Sea… Again!, the continuation of the 1950s cult flick. Now, another monster is rising in the warm blue waters surrounding Taru Taru, a speck of land far out in the Pacific. And this time it's worse than anyone ever imagined.
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Captain Shepard joins forces with the ghosts of his past to banish the that pesky mutant sea creature that just refuses to die. However, something even more sinister awaits... Now, another monster is rising in the warm blue waters surrounding Taru Taru, a speck of land far out in the Pacific. And this time it's worse than anyone ever imagined.
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The thing from beneath the seas just won't die! Don't miss the thrilling conclusion to It Came From Beneath the Sea… Again! as Navy Captain Shepard engages in one last life-and-death battle with the ocean's most terrifying predator. Now, another monster is rising in the warm blue waters surrounding Taru Taru, a speck of land far out in the Pacific. And this time it's worse than anyone ever imagined.
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In this special Centennial issue to commentate the 100th birthday of Vincent Price, will feature a special crossover with Dracula vs. Vincent Price vs. the Raven!
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Nelson Mandela of South Africa is one of the most important figures of the last century. He was symbol of the struggle against racial and political oppression, and a model for sustaining that struggle with grace and decency. Born into an elite family of the Thembu people, Mandela could have had an elevated place under European control, but he chose a different route. He became a successful lawyer, political activist, national leader, fugitive guerrilla, and finally a prisoner of South Africa's brutal white supremacist apartheid regime. After 25 years in prison, Mandela walked free to become the first black president in South Africa's first multi-racial election. Refusing to equate victory with revenge, he called on both supporters and former oppressors to work to heal his fragile country. Mandela realized his place in African democracy, so he set an example by relinquishing power after his term in office. He has since gone on to become a beloved international figure who will be missed.
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