The cool cat is back! Generations of kids grew up loving the Pink Pantherâe(tm)s unique style and wit on Saturday morning cartoons. And now todayâe(tm)s best writers and artists are delivering original comic book stories that bring the trademark Pink Panther flair for confounding The Inspector and The Little Man to legions of new families and fans! This graphic novel is packed full-a pink with new stories by Batton Lash, S.L. Gallant, and YA author S.A. Check with amazing art by Disney animator Adrian Ropp, Archie artist Bill Gavlan, and G.I. Joe illustrator S.L. Gallant! We also include for the first time ever, the original Free Comic Book Day story âeoeThe Mighty Pan-Thor!âe along with some classic tales, design sketches, and more! Get more pink for your green with American Mythologyâe(tm)s new Pink Panther series! Join the Pink Panther, The Ant and the Aardvark, The Inspector, and a host of other favorite cartoons for the all-ages event of the year! This volume collects Pink Panther #1-3, Trick or Pink Halloween Special, and the Pink Panther Free Comic Book Day issue.
Titles include: Fun, Fun, Fun * Georgia on My Mind * Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas * Joy to the World * Linus and Lucy * Little Drummer Boy * Over the Rainbow * Peter Gunn * The Pink Panther * Proud Mary * Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer * Theme from New York, New York and more.
Volume 1 of the set. Gilson on Trademarks, the definitive trademark law treatise, features: • Comprehensive and current treatment of trademark law in the United States, with clear explanations of basic principles and expert discussion of complex issues • Detailed analysis of infringement, trade dress, right of publicity, false advertising, counterfeiting,dilution and trademark law remedies with extensive case citation • Full coverage of domain name registration and protection under U.S. law and the UDRP • More than 450 trademark practice forms on all aspects of USPTO proceedings, complete with drafting guides, practice tips and filing requirements • Practice forms and drafting guides for federal and state trademark litigation, assignments, licenses, recordal with Customs and domain name challenges • Four volumes of legislative history of the Lanham Act, organized by section • Reprint of USPTO's Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure (TMEP) • USPTO's Acceptable Identification of Goods and Services Manual (ID Manual) • USPTO's Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Manual of Procedure (TBMP) The eBook version of this title features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
A quiz book on movie clips that makes a great party game. Can be played alone, one-on-one, or in large groups. Has clips from movies as far back as 1930, all the way up to current day.
Angelus BORN: Ireland DIED: Ireland CURRENT RESIDENCE: Sunnydale, CA AGE: 242 years and counting "Things used to be pretty simple. Hundred years, just hanging out, feeling guilty. Really honed my brooding skills. Then she comes along." After a century of killing without a care, the vampire Angelus was cursed with a conscience and eventually fled to Sunnydale, where he restricted his feeding to blood banks. Until 16-year-old Buffy Summers, the Vampire Slayer, arrived in town to battle vampires, demons and the Forces of Darkness. First, he has to convince her not to kill him. Then, he has to convince himself not to fall in love with her. Now, collected for the first time, are three stories from the cult-hit TV series chronicling the beginning of this star crossed love story. Can Buffy and Angel survive life, death...and beyond?
This book presents a combined biographical, critical, and bibliographical estimate of Laurel and Hardy's significance in film comedy, the arts in general, and as popular culture icons. The book features biographical information on the public and privates lives of Laurel and Hardy, a critique of four broad influences of Laurel and Hardy, and a bibliographical essay, assessing key reference materials and locating research collections open to the student and/or scholar.
The Transformation of Citizenship addresses the basic question of how we can make sense of citizenship in the twenty-first century. These volumes make a strong plea for a reorientation of the sociology of citizenship and address serious threats of an ongoing erosion of citizenship rights. Arguing from different scientific perspectives, rather than offering new conceptions of citizenship as supposedly more adequate models of rights, membership and belonging, they deal with both the ways citizenship is transformed and the ways it operates in the face of fundamentally transformed conditions. This volume Political Economy discusses manifold consequences of a decades-long enforcement of neo-liberalism for the rights of citizens. As neo-liberalism not only means a new form of economic system, it has to be conceived of as an entirely new form of global, regional and national governance that radically transforms economic, political and social relations in society. Its consequences for citizenship as a social institution are no less than dramatic. Against the background of both manifest and ideological processes the book looks at if citizenship has lost the basis it has rested upon for decades, or if the institution itself is in a process of being fundamentally transformed and restructured, thereby changing its meaning and the significance of citizens’ rights. This book will appeal to academics working in the field of political theory, political sociology and European studies.
FAME offers a broad examination of strong and influential personalities who are influencing culture. In this collected edition learn about the top pop stars of the decade. Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber & Britney Spears. This series has been featured from TIME magazine to TIGER BEAT.
"Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades" features thousands of local Tucson, Arizona musicians and entertainers from the 1950s through the early 2000s. Hundreds of articles published in the Entertainment Magazine, Tucson Teen and Newsreal newspapers. Interviews, original photographs, reviews and profiles that follow five decades of music in the Tucson entertainment scene.
Learn from the following actors and actresses what it was like for the feature players of Hollywood working in films during its Golden Era. Read of their often humorous and exciting stories as they lived out their lives & careers behind and in front of the camera. Featured in this volume: Peter Adams John Agar Chris Alcaide John Alvin John Anderson Richard Anderson Michael Ansara John Archer R.G. Armstrong Luke Askew George Barrows Gregg Barton Billy Barty Hal Baylor Ed Begley Billy Benedict James Best Lyle Bettger Whit Bissell Lane Bradford Robert Bray Rand Brooks James Brown Robert Brubaker William Bryant William Campbell Harry Carey Jr. Olive Carey Anthony Caruso Wally Cassell Virginia Christine Matt Clark John Cliff Phyllis Coates Tristram Coffin Faith Domergue Robert Donner John Doucette Robert Douglas Warren Douglas Andrew Duggan Sam Edwards Jack Elam Ross Elliott Robert Emhardt Richard Emory Leif Erickson Gene Evans Jason Evers Tommy Farrell Fritz Feld Evelyn Finley Terry Frost About the Authors Tom and Jim Goldrup, sons of Eugene and Fernita (McKillop) Goldrup, were born in Palo Alto, California, and raised in the historic town of Sonoma in that state. They, with older brothers Bill and Ray, had a strong love of the movies, which was aided by their father building their first television set in 1949. After growing to adulthood, Ray made a living as a screenplay writer, and Tom and Jim pursued a less successful career as actors. They also turned to writing, having a book, Growing Up on the Set, a book based on former child performers in Hollywood, published in 2001. They have also interviewed over one hundred and fifty actors—these interviews serve as the basis for this book. They reside in Ben Lomond, California, where they are active in the local theater. In between their writing and acting they enjoy travel, having recently visited Nepal and India where they trekked in the Himalaya Mountains.
PREMIERE ISSUE! The Act Itself is a new erotica publication featuring exciting short fiction, breathtaking artwork, and informative articles from the world of adult entertainment. Your hostess is known simply as ‘The Mrs.’ and she works tirelessly to present the very best – all smiles, sighs, and the occasional titter. We will be publishing three times a year – toward the ends of April, August and December, promising 150 pages of goodness in each issue. The Act Itself will be available via subscription, through order via our publisher, BearManor Media, Amazon, and elsewhere (we’ll keep you posted!). Digital and audio options are being examined. WHAT’S INSIDE: Lisa Kopel • Amanda Roberts • Vanessa Smythe • Unknown • Michael M. Jones • Donnie Magazino • Michael M. Jones • Serena • Jill C. Nelson • Seka • John Holmes • Joseph Giblin • Jeffrey Fletcher • Lilah Rose • Michiru Insightful and entertaining, "The Act Itself," the new erotica magazine publication by publisher BearManor Media is an enlightening inside look at the taboo world of sexual fantasy, with a range of contributors including classic erotic film stars, adult biographers, and many surprises. - Jill C. Nelson, author of Golden Goddesses "This glossy backed magazine showcases the perfect combination of skilfully penned words and evocative imagery, making it the discerning choice for all lovers of the world of erotica whether erotic authors or fans. In my opinion The Act Itself represents fantastic value for anyone looking for a publication devoted entirely to the stimulating world of erotica." - Cara Sutra “It’s been too long since we’ve seen a publication about sex that engages our brain as well as parts further south. The Act Itself, BareManor Media’s rich, new compendium of erotic fiction, sexuality-related essays, contemporary fine-art photography, reprints of sexy classics and vintage images to go with them, as well as hot poetry and seductive artwork ranging from contemporary illustrations to Shunga prints, pushes the buttons on all floors. For 150 pages it entertains and informs us with everything from first-person narratives of sexual adventuring to recollections of stars from the golden age of cinematic porn. Though resolutely soft-core in its graphic approach, it’s anything but tame, as contributors expose their inner fantasies, recount their titillating adventures and share thoughtful commentary on sex-positive culture. "At last, a magazine about sex that leaves the reader feeling aroused without having to drop a few IQ points to appreciate it. There’s something for everyone here and you shouldn’t miss a single issue. I know I won’t.” - Ira Levine “I found this magazine to be interesting in its diversity of topics covered.” - Geeky Nymph
In this second edition of Orchestral “Pops” Music: A Handbook, Lucy Manning brings forward to the present her remarkable compendium of information about this form of orchestral music. Since the appearance of the first edition in 2008, this work has proven critical to successful “pops” concert programming. With changes in publishers and agents, the discontinuation of the publication of certain original material or, worst of all, presses going out of business, music directors, orchestra conductors, and professional instrumentalists face formidable challenges in tracking down accurate information about this vast repertoire. This revised handbook alleviates the time-consuming task of researching these changes by offering a list of works for orchestral “pops” concerts that is comprehensive, informative, and current. Manning’s emphasis on clarity and accuracy gives users an indispensable tool for gathering vital information on the style, instrumentation, and availability of the repertoire listed, as well as notes on its performance. The user-friendly appendices include expanded instrumentation choices, easy-to-find durations, and handy title cross-references. In addition to corrections and updates, this new edition of Orchestral “Pops” Music includes at least 1,000 new title listings. Orchestral “Pops” Music: A Handbook is the ideal tool for working conductors and orchestral librarians, as well as music program directors at colleges, conservatories, and orchestras.
The Rabbit of Death lives in the ‘Cave of Everlasting Terror’. He rides out each day on his huge motorcycle to bring humorous chaos to the lives of rabbits in need of change. They greet him with trepidation, as he can be gruff and strange - but he is a kindly figure, even though he has a strange and startling way of helping. The rabbits he helps, join him in his mysterious world becoming the Rabbits of: Peace, Special Powers, Rainbows and Flyingness. But there are villains in the small Welsh rabbit town - the horrible chain-smoking rats Morgoth and Sowgoth Gizzardswill. The Rabbit of Death has to deal with them. These stories overflow with humour, word-play, and weird surprises. They carry a heart-warming message: everyone has skills and qualities that can be developed. Anyone can learn to become kind, creative, happy, and exciting.
From classroom aids to corporate training programs, technical resources to self-help guides, children's features to documentaries, theatrical releases to straight-to-video movies, The Video Source Book continues its comprehensive coverage of the wide universe of video offerings with more than 130,000 complete program listings, encompassing more than 160,000 videos. All listings are arranged alphabetically by title. Each entry provides a description of the program and information on obtaining the title. Six indexes -- alternate title, subject, credits, awards, special formats and program distributors -- help speed research.