Husbands 4 Nocte Machinas

Author: Brad Bell
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics (Single Issues)
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The hit sitcom _Husbands_ tells the story of famous gay newlyweds Brady and Cheeks, who sparked a media firestorm when they woke up legally wed after a drunken Vegas weekend. But undoing their "I Dos" with a quickie divorce would only undermine the hard-fought battle for equality, so they decide to give this marriage thing a go. After all, they were doing okay when they were dating . . . Now, a mystical wedding gift launches the couple on a series of adventuresa tongue-in-cheek journey through iconic genre realmsfilled with obstacles that threaten to tear them apart. Written by Husbands creators Jane Espenson (_Buffy the Vampire Slayer_) and Brad Bell, this comic-book continuation of the sitcom phenom sends Brady and Cheeks into a superhero showdown, a fairytale fantasy, a Holmesian mystery, an epic galactic battle, a madcap high school romp, and a saucy secret-spy thrill ride. * Issue #4: An epic space alien adventure! Based on the hit sitcom, _Husbands_! Written by show creators Jane Espenson and Brad Bell (AKA Cheeks)!


Author: Courtney Cole
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9780692305690
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Calla Price struggles to save her twin brother, Finn and depends upon Dare DuBray, her savior to help her keep her own sanity.

Traditional Systems Of The Nocte

Author: Vivekananda Kendra Institute of Culture
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Contributed articles presented at the Seminar on Nocte Traditional Systems: Change and Continuity held at Khonsa.

In Girum Imus Nocte Et Consumimur Igni

Author: Stefan Zweifel
Publisher: Jrp Ringier Kunstverlag Ag
ISBN: 9783905770148
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A precursor to Arte Povera, Fluxus and Punk, the Situationist International has bequeathed a uniquely complex and conflicted legacy to contemporary art-making. Led by Guy Debord and Raoul Vaneigem, it initially favored the production of art objects; by 1962, collective debate on the role of art had caused the expulsion of its fine-artist members, including Asger Jorn, other members of Cobra and the entire Munich-based Gruppe SPUR. The revolution envisaged by the Situationist International demanded creativity in everyday life, the constructing of situations or the "fashioning of a temporary micro-environment and series of events for a single moment in the life of several individuals." "The Situationist International (1957-1972)" (the catalogue for the eponymous exhibition at Centraal Museum, Utrecht, and Museum Tinguely, Basel) is the first publication to evaluate the creative contributions of the SI. It addresses three areas of Situationist practice: firstly, anonymous and communal artistic production (e.g Cobra, Asger Jorn's folk art research and the "Bauhaus Imaginiste"); secondly, "detournement," variously translated as "diversion" or "subversion," a key SI strategy in which extant works such as advertisements, comics, paintings or films are politically reconstituted by collage or other means; and thirdly, the practice of "derive"--"drift" or purposeless wandering in an urban milieu--which generated the now widely known phenomenon of "psychogeography" and led to radical reassessments of architectural practice. "The Situationist International" includes new unpublished SI documents and essays by Giorgio Agamben, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Peter Sloterdijk and Philippe Sollers.