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The cult British mechanoid anti-hero Death's Head returns in a
collection of his greatest adventures that takes him both into the
future and the past, as he locks blasters with a host of enemies
including the Fantastic Four and the corrupt Iron Man of 2020.
Thor, the Norse God of Thunder, protector of Asgard, the eternal
realm, and Earth This is a collection of the best stories featuring
How did Catwoman become Batman's greatest foe? Discover the story
behind this cat burglar's journey from feline friend to feline
felon, including the source of her catlike skills. With
action-packed illustrations and easy-to-follow text, these early
reader books are perfect for super hero fans and super-villain fans
Major Ernest Pettigrew is perfectly content to lead a quiet life in
the sleepy village of Edgecombe St Mary, away from the meddling of
the locals and his overbearing son. But when his brother dies, the
Major finds himself seeking companionship with the village
shopkeeper, Mrs Ali. Drawn together by a love of books and the loss
of their partners, they are soon forced to contend with irate
relatives and gossiping villagers. The perfect gentleman, but the
most unlikely hero, the Major must ask himself what matters most:
family obligation, tradition or love? Funny, comforting and
heart-warming, Major Pettigrew's Last Stand proves that sometimes,
against all odds, life does give you a second chance.
Far, far away, on a distant planet called Techworld, a little girl
named Snow White is born. Created by the planet's smartest minds to
be the perfect scientist, Snow immediately shows a knack for
working with electronics. The Queen, fearing for her crown, exiles
Snow White so she cannot grow up and take the Queen's place as the
most intelligent person on the planet. However, Snow White's
willingness to help those in need -- especially the downtrodden
robots of Techworld -- earns her many friends, and they are all
quite eager to help her cause.
It is late summer in East Sussex, 1914. Amidst the season's
splendour, fiercely independent Beatrice Nash arrives in the
coastal town of Rye to fill a teaching position at the local
grammar school. There she is taken under the wing of formidable
matriarch Agatha Kent, who, along with her charming nephews, tries
her best to welcome Beatrice to a place that remains stubbornly
resistant to the idea of female teachers. But just as Beatrice
comes alive to the beauty of the Sussex landscape, and the
colourful characters that populate Rye, the perfect summer is about
to end. For the unimaginable is coming - and soon the limits of
progress, and the old ways, will be tested as this small town goes
Baldur, Odin's greatest son, is a leader of men - and loved by all.
So when a prophecy is made that the end of the world, Ragnarok -
the Twilight of the Gods - will occur when Baldur dies, Odin
imprisons all those who might be involved in the death of his
beloved son. But fate is fate. Baldur will die. The only question
is how - and the only result is the beginning of the end for all of
Diana is on a journey back to Paradise Island in search of rest and
relief with her mother, Hippolyta and the other Amazonians. When
fellow Amazon Leda intends to take herself and Diana back to the
dimension in which Paradise Island now exists, their journey goes
awry and they end up on the world of Chalandor, battling black-hued
beings called Shadowmen. Just when they think they're safe, a
Chalandorian craft lands and it's crew intend to bring both Amazons
back to their arena to fight as gladiatrixes. There they meets a
fellow captive, a barbarian called Ranagor. Diana and Ranagor end
up in the arena facing the gnarth, a vicious beast, but will they
make it out alive? Find out in this collection Wonder Woman by Walt
Simonson Jerry Ordway, collecting stories from these two legendary
creators. Collects Wonder Woman #189-194.
His name is Orion, and this is the story of his greatest adventure!
Ranging from the streets of America to the furthest reaches of time
and space, this epic saga will uncover long-hidden secrets from
Orion's past--and provoke the ultimate reckoning for his future!
Only one talent could possibly summon the vision and fortitude
necessary to recount such a mighty tale as this--the supremely
gifted writer and artist Walter Simonson! Orion by Walter Simonson
Book One collects issues #12-25 of the legendary storyteller's
acclaimed Orion series, and also includes a treasure trove of
Simonson's Fourth World-related short stories, covers and sketches.
When a legendary Amazonian shield is stolen, Wonder Woman finds
herself hot on the heels of Giganta and Gorilla Grodd. But soon she
discovers that the villains aren't working together, and Giganta
might be the Amazing Amazon's best hope for foiling Grodd's plans.
Can Wonder Woman tame the titan long enough to pry the shield from
the gorilla's grasp? Or will Giganta wind up wielding the weapon
with a dastardly double-cross?