Entertainment Weekly The Ultimate Guide To The Avengers
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📒Entertainment Weekly The Avengers by The Editors of Entertainment Weekly
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📒Entertainment Weekly The Ultimate Guide To Captain Marvel by The Editors of Entertainment Weekly
Entertainment Weekly the Ultimate Guide to Captain Marvel Summary : Entertainment Weekly Magazine presents Captain Marvel.
📒Entertainment Weekly The Ultimate Guide To The Justice League by The Editors of Entertainment Weekly
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY The Ultimate Guide to the Justice League Summary : The LeagueÕs finally all here toÑwhat else? Save the world. Justice League has arrived. One of the most formidable collections of superheroes the world has ever known is together on the big screen. Entertainment Weekly takes you behind the scenes and onto the set, including exclusive interviews with the cast and creators, in this all-new collectorÕs edition, The Ultimate Guide to Justice League. TheyÕre all hereÑBatman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, the Flash and, yes, SupermanÑwith character profiles, concept art, costumes, origin stories and more. Stuffed with insider information, including a history of the Justice League in comic-book form and a discussion of each superhero's or -heroineÕs past and future on the big screen, this comprehensive guide will delight readers of all ages. Interviews with the cast, including Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher and Henry Cavill, are featured. ItÕs time to join the battle for the future of the world!
📒Entertainment Weekly The Ultimate Guide To Star Wars Updated Revised by Entertainment Weekly Magazine Staff
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY the Ultimate Guide to Star Wars Updated Revised Summary : "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away," 10 words changed the cinematic world forever. Now Entertainment Weekly's editors and writers celebrate the Star Wars universe in an updated and revised collector's edition - Entertainment Weekly The Ultimate Guide to Star Wars - that covers the entire universe, from A New Hope to The Last Jedi, and all the books, television shows, comics and video games in between. This comprehensive guide features rarely seen production and cast photos from all the movies in the series, including behind-the-scenes photos from The Last Jedi, as well as surprising reveals and speculation about the future of the franchise. There are tons of extras throughout for Star Wars-obsessed fans, including an essay on illustrator Ralph McQuarrie, the founding of George Lucas's Industrial Light & Magic, the secrets hidden within John Williams's scores, a tribute to director Irvin Kershner written by his son, and a moving tribute to Carrie Fisher by Mark Hamill, as well as insights on what Fisher's unexpected death means for the final film and a discussion about what's to come in 2018's Solo: A Star Wars Story. Also included are deep dives focusing on insider-only content like the Holiday Special, spoofs and parodies, a discussion about the now-retired Legends books and comics series, and a discussion about proper viewing order. This is the must-have edition for anyone and everyone who considers themselves a Star Wars fan.
📒Entertainment Weekly The Ultimate Guide To Wonder Woman by The Editors of Entertainment Weekly
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📒Joss Whedon A Creative Portrait by David Lavery
Joss Whedon A Creative Portrait Summary : For millions of fans around the world, Joss Whedon is known as the cult creator of 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer', 'Angel', and 'Firefly', television designed to be, as he says, “an emotional experience, to be loved in a way that other shows can't be loved". Whedon's works, the 'Whedonverses', have generated astonishing critical and scholarly interest, but nothing has hitherto investigated in depth their source: the mind of Joss Whedon. An intellectual biography written by world expert on the Whedonverse David Lavery, this book tracks Whedon's multi-faceted magic from the source - early influences of parents and teachers, comics, books, films, television, collaborators - to artistic incarnation, including Whedon's 'Dollhouse' due out from Fox in 2008. Whedon's imaginative output is not limited to the small screen, of course. He's written film scripts and music, comic books and essays; he's contributed to other people’s TV shows, and made a movie, all in less than twenty years of creative work. Lavery explores all these, as well as Joss in his many guises: as fan boy, script doctor, librettist, writer, actor, TV auteur, and aspiring movie director.
📒Halliwell S Who S Who In The Movies by Leslie Halliwell
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📒The Internet World Wide Web by Angus J. Kennedy
The Internet World Wide Web Summary : The number of users getting on the Internet and the technology of the Net continue to grow exponentially. This bestselling, plain-talking guide to the Internet and the Web includes information on how to find anything, anywhere; how to send email; how to browse sports, news and travel information; how to create a web site; and much more.
Amazing Spider Man by JMS Ultimate Collection Summary : Spinning out of the pages of New Avengers - of which Spiderman is their newest recruit - you won't believe what the fickle hand of fate has in store for Peter Parker, Mary Jane, and Aunt May. But even as Peter and his family adjust to their great new pad and cool new clique, the hordes of Hydra make a final push to take over the United States! And in THE OTHER, Spidey faces his biggest threat yet - a foe so insidious he can't hope to handle it alone. With friends like Reed Richards, Stephen Strange, and Hank Pym, maybe he won't have to.
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