Invincible

Invincible

Mark has returned from the past... to a very different future. Now he has to pick up the pieces of his life and try to put them back together. INVINCIBLE co-creator CORY WALKER returns to the book to set the stage for the next chapter of Invincible's life! Collects issues 127 through 132.

Eerie Archives Volume 23

Collecting Eerie 109-113

Eerie Archives Volume 23

Unnatural creatures, Satanic horrors, and Alien revelations stalk our nightmares in Cousin Eerie's latest collection of spooky suspense and sci-fi thrills! The epic Beastworld series continues, along with Samurai and Mac Tavish! Collecting Eerie issues #109 to #113, this volume features stories by Bruce Jones, Larry Hama, Pablo Marcos, Paul Gulacy, Doug Moench, Val Meyerik, Jose Ortiz, and more! All bonus features, fan pages, and letters columns from the original magazzines are included! "There's an astonishing assortment of style and craftmanship contained in each and every volume of the Eerie (and for that matter, Creepy) Archives." -Mania.com

Vampire Hunter D

Vampire Hunter D

12,090 A.D. It is a dark time for the world. Humanity is just crawling out from over 300 years of domination by the race of vampires known as the Nobility. The war against the vampires has taken its toll; cities lie in ruin, the countryside is fragmented into small villages and fiefdoms that still struggle against nightly raids by the fallen vampires - and the remnants of their genetically manufactured demons and werewolves. Every village wants a Hunter - one of the warriors who have pledged their laser guns and their swords to the eradication of the Nobility.

The Naval Chronicle: Volume 23, January-July 1810

Containing a General and Biographical History of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom with a Variety of Original Papers on Nautical Subjects

The Naval Chronicle: Volume 23, January-July 1810

Volume 23 of the Naval Chronicle (1810) focuses on the unsuccessful Walcheren Campaign of 1809 and the capture of Guadeloupe.

The Selected Works of Margaret Oliphant, Part VI Volume 23

At His Gates

The Selected Works of Margaret Oliphant, Part VI Volume 23

Margaret Oliphant (1828-97) had a prolific literary career that spanned almost fifty years. She wrote some 98 novels, fifty or more short stories, twenty-five works of non-fiction, including biographies and historic guides to European cities, and more than three hundred periodical articles. This is the most ambitious critical edition of her work. This volume includes her 1872 novel At his Gates with editorial notes by Joanne Wilkes, including a new introduction, headnote and explanatory notes which provide key information about the book and its publication history.

The Works of Thomas Carlyle

Wilhelm Meister{u2019}s Apprenticeship and Travels I. Volume 23

The Works of Thomas Carlyle

Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881) was one of the most influential authors of the nineteenth century. Eagerly studied at the highest level of intellectual society, his satirical essays and perceptive historical biographies caused him to be regarded for much of the Victorian period as a literary genius and eminent social philosopher. After graduating from Edinburgh University in 1814, he published his first scholarly work on German literature in 1824, before finding success with his history of the French Revolution in 1837. After falling from favour during the first part of the twentieth century, his work has more recently become the subject of scholarly re-examination. His introduction of German literature and philosophy into the British intellectual milieu profoundly influenced later philosophical ideas and literary studies. These volumes are reproduced from the 1896 Centenary Edition of his collected works. Volume 23 contains the first volume of his translation of Goethe's Wilhelm Meister.

Invincible Volume 21

Modern Family

Invincible Volume 21

Having your father be the most powerful superhero on the planet makes life interesting for Mark Grayson, but the typical high school senior's life really starts to heat up when he finds himself inheriting his father's powers.

Invincible Iron Man Vol. 5

Stark Resilient Book 1

Invincible Iron Man Vol. 5

The Hammer Girls unleash DETROIT STEEL on a world hardly ready for that much metal and chrome, and God help anyone that gets in his way. Tony keeps sifting through the ashes of his old life and tries to rebuild who he is and what he does. Rhodey struggles to be a man of war in a peacetime empire. COLLECTING: Invincible Iron Man #25-28

L'oeuvre de David l'Invincible et la transmission de la pensée grecque dans la tradition arménienne et syriaque

L'oeuvre de David l'Invincible et la transmission de la pensée grecque dans la tradition arménienne et syriaque

David, a member of the Platonic school in Alexandria in the sixth century, is credited with several commentaries on Aristotle s logic: those commentaries, and their Armenian translations, form the subject of this book. An introduction, which discusses David and his place in the Greek and the Armenian traditions, is followed by a series of studies of the relations between the Greek texts and their Armenian translations: the aims are, first, to assess the value of the translations for the constitution of the original Greek, and secondly, to consider the ways in which the Armenian translations adapted the texts to suit their new readership. More generally, the book is concerned with the ways in which Greek thought was exported abroad to Armenia and to Syria: it is required reading for anyone who is interested in the circulation of ideas between east and west. Contributors include: Sen Arevshatyan, Jonathan Barnes, Valentina Calzolari, Henri Hugonnard-Roche, Gohar Muradyan, Michael Papazian, Manea Shirinian, Clive Sweeting, Albert Stepanyan, Aram Topchyan.

I Saw a City Invincible

Urban Portraits of Latin America

I Saw a City Invincible

When the Spaniards settled in Latin America, they immediately surrounded themselves with cities. Equating civilization with urban existence, the early conquerors of the New World rapidly established themselves as urban lords. Latin American cities then became synonymous with Spanish power and all of its privileged attributes: political authority, ecclesiastical activity, commerce, finance, and conspicuous consumption. This volume represents some of the most enduring reflections on the Latin American city. All of the essays were written by public officials, journalists, and social commentators, among others, who participated actively in the affairs of the cities they so perceptively describe. The collection offers critical analyses spanning hundreds of years, beginning with the era of the conquistadores in Tenochtitl·n and continuing to the deafening bustle of today's urban crowds in Mexico City. Professors Gilbert Joseph and Mark Szuchman offer translations of classic pieces by writers previously little known to Western audiences: Cobo, GarcÌa, Santos Vilhena, and Leite de Barros.