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Steed and Mrs Peel The Golden Game
Your favorite TV Avengers finally return, courtesy of the one and only Grant Morrison! When Tara King is kidnapped by a mysterious organization, John Steed and Emma Peel must reunite to solve this new mystery, that takes them into the darkest corners of British society. After re-teaming with John Steed, Mrs. Peel gets to finally spend some quality time with her husband, who has returned from the Amazon. But, what also came back with him may end the happy couple! A science-fiction / spy fiction mash-up from the legendary Grant Morrison and two of TV's most iconic heroes, featuring gorgeous art from Ian Gibson, best known for his work with Alan Moore on THE BALLAD OF HALO JONES.
The Hammer Story
Fifty years ago, Britains Hammer Films changed the face of horror cinema with such films as "Dracula" and its many sequels, and made actors Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee international stars. Now, for the first time, Hammer has given its active backing to an authorized history of the company, and has provided unlimited access to its archives.
Reading Between Designs
From the alien worlds of Star Trek to the realistic operating room of ER, the design of sets and costumes contributes not only to the look and mood of television shows, but even more importantly to the creation of memorable characters. Yet, until now, this crucial aspect of television creativity has received little critical attention, despite the ongoing interest in production design within the closely allied discipline of film studies. In this book, Piers Britton and Simon Barker offer a first analytical study of scenic and costume design for television drama series. They focus on three enduringly popular series of the 1960s—The Avengers, The Prisoner, and Doctor Who—and discuss such topics as the sartorial image of Steed in The Avengers, the juxtaposition of picturesque and fascistic architecture in The Prisoner, and the evolution of the high-tech interior of Doctor Who's TARDIS. Interviews with the series' original designers and reproductions of their original drawings complement the authors' analysis, which sheds new light on a variety of issues, from the discourse of fashion to that of the heritage industry, notions of "Pop" and retro, and the cultural preoccupation with realism and virtual reality.
White As Snow
In a novel-length tale of dark fantasy based on the fairy tale "Snow White," Arpazia and her unwanted daughter, Coira, conceived in violence during the sacking of her Arpazia's father's castle, are lured into the woods by the elder gods, who are seeking to restore their worship in a magical land in which a new religion threatens to transform life for everyone. Reprint.
I Am Spock
First time in trade paperback: the memoir by the late Leonard Nimoy, best remembered for his portrayal as everyone's favorite Vulcan, Spock, in Star Trek, the TV series and films. Leonard Nimoy's portrayal of the ever-logical Vulcan, Mr. Spock, is one of the most recognizable, loved, and pervasive characterizations in popular culture. He had been closer to the phenomenon of Star Trek than anyone, having played the pivotal role of Spock in the original series, in six motion pictures, and in a special two-part episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. I AM SPOCK gives us Nimoy's unique perspective on the beginnings of the Star Trek phenomenon, on his relationship with his costars, and particularly on the reaction of the pointed-eared alien that Nimoy knew best. Here, Nimoy shared the true story behind his perceived reticence to re-create the role and wrote frankly about how his portrayal defined an icon.