Meet a girl online: check! Befriend and flirt for two months online: check! Know her in person for two weeks: check! Move in together! Well this can only end well! This is the big one, people! In fact, it's so big we had to up the page count!
Does everyone deserve redemption? As the FBI tightens its noose around Eden, Mark and his mother Laura must either choose to let one of their own suffer at the hands of revenge, or help him take a stand against his enemies...the Aryan Brotherhood. Collects POSTAL #13-16.
Release on 2018 | by Matt Hawkins (Scénariste de bandes dessinées)
Author: Matt Hawkins (Scénariste de bandes dessinées)
Pubpsher: Image Comics
Category: Good and evil
Cyber force has nearly claimed Jackie Estacado's body from a ruthless collector who wants the power of the darkness for himself, but Morgan Stryker and his team must also deal with a man from his past who wants nothing more than Morgan and Velocity''s death and none of them are prepared for what The Darkness wants from them all. Collects part two of the Line Webtoon CYBER FORCE webcomic.
"MERCY," Part One How can you teach a broken heart to trust again? How can you embrace each other with hands still clinging to your past? Why do you always need to pee after I tie you up? Anne and Alan have more than a few questions to answer as the world of SUNSTONE deepens with this new story arc.
Release on 2019-04-15 | by . Philip Allan Magazines
Author: . Philip Allan Magazines
Pubpsher: Hachette UK
Viking navigation Isotopes of hydrogen Physics online: The race to the Moon: 50 years on Skillset: Measuring the Planck constant Who are they? Donna Strickland At a glance: Polarised light Exam talkback: Polarising filters Crossword: Clues Radiation: not so simple Mathskit: Forces and free-body diagrams Crossword: Light and heat: solution and notes Index to Volume 28 Cherenkov radiation
Release on | by Matt Bell,Scott Garson,Andrew Kozma,Sarah McCartt-Jackson,Justin Sirois
Author: Matt Bell,Scott Garson,Andrew Kozma,Sarah McCartt-Jackson,Justin Sirois
Pubpsher: NANO Fiction
NANO Fiction (print ISSN 1935-844X; digital ISSN 2160-939X) is non-profit literary journal that publishes flash fiction—a form of short story also known as micro fiction, micro narrative, micro-story, microrrelatos, postcard fiction, the short short, the short short story, kürzestgeschichten, and sudden fiction—of 300 words or fewer. Featuring twenty to thirty authors in each issue, NANO Fiction has roots that draw from Aesop’s Fables and Zen Koans. Notable practitioners of this prose form include Lydia Davis, Franz Kafka, Italo Calvino, Ignacio Martínez de Pisón, Naguib Mahfouz, and Linor Goralik, among others. This issue of NANO Fiction features works by: Nin Andrews, Matt Bell, Chas Carey,Doug Paul Case, Sarah Eaton, Erika Eckart, Scott Garson, Luke Geddes, Greg Gerke, Nathan Good, Anya Groner, Andrew Kozma, Daniel Lawless, Charles Lennox, Sara Lippmann, Kirsty Logan, Sean Lovelace, Sarah McCartt-Jackson, Shawn Andrew Mitchell, Cheyenne Nimes, Laurie Nye, Carrie Oeding, Michael Palmer, Hannah Pass, Marie Potoczny, Matt Prater, Alissa Riccardelli, Jim Ruland, Nick Sansone, Kathryn Scanlan, Gregory Sherl, Katie Jean Shinkle, Justin Sirois, Eugenia Tsutsumi, and Desmond Kon.