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by Mike Johnson
The Vulcan philosophy of celebrating "Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations" is one of acceptance, but can the universe accept the simultaneous existence of multiple realities? It's a team up for the ages as numerous incarnations of Kirk, ...
by John Byrne
Three all new adventures! First, pulled down to a world made entirely of water, the <i>Enterprise</i> is in danger of literally flooding. Spock and McCoy discover a sinister purpose behind this bizarre planet in "What Pain It Is To Drown." Then,
by Cameron Blake
<DIV>Famously known for its natural beauty, Tasmania has come of age in the last decade and is now one of the world’s major travel hotspots. This beautiful island state offers something spectacular around every corner – whether ...
by Elias W Friedman
<DIV>He fires up the Nikon. Fills his pockets with treats. Dresses in special gear—pants with built-in kneepads and shoes that are not only made for walking but also have a thick rubber toe for squatting. And last but not least, he packs a
by Grant Morrison
One of Grant Morrison's most controversial, trippiest and abstract comic books ever is back in a recut paperback series! In a world where paranoia is a survival skill, the only hope for humankind is a group of unconventional occultist freedom ...
by Ed Crowell
At the beginning of the twentieth century, one sixth of the world's wealth vacationed in and around the tiny Georgia island of Jekyll. Captains of industry like Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Morgan, and Carnegie all called the Jekyll area home. ...
by Jimmy Palmiotti
Meet George Jetson, a family man living an analog life in a digital world. His wife, Jane, is a brilliant NASA scientist working off-world at a conference, his daughter Judy is a social butterfly trying to discover her calling, and his boy Elroy
"A Pocket Guide to Key Genres, Works, Themes & Techniques"
by Ian Haydn Smith
by Josh Vann
Equal parts science fiction and fantasy, <i>The Spider King</i> follows the adventures of Viking warriors as they defend their world against alien invaders armed with futuristic technology and impossible weapons in this clash of genres. It takes
by June Eding
Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States with 35 million visitors annually and one of the most famous sightseeing spots in New York. It is maintained by the Central Park Conservancy who oversee the general care of the ...
by Toby Mitchell
Portland in Oregon explored in a new and unassuming way all through the photographer's fantastic images. ...
by Mary Mccartney
<DIV><P>In Mary McCartney's largest body of work to date she pays tribute to the extraordinary beauty of her white stallion, Alejandro. Over the course of four seasons McCartney captures the strength and grace of his form against an idyllic ...
by Ian Archie Beck
A Photographic Voyage Around the World
by Jeff Kurtti
by Chris Groenhout
<DIV>Victoria’s landscape is second to none, from the rugged coastline of the Great Ocean Road to the rolling peaks and fresh alpine air of the High Country, from the Warburton Valley’s towering redwoods to the pristine beaches and ...
by Wade Davis
Anthropologist and best-selling author Wade Davis has traveled the world, befriending indigenous peoples on every continent and engaging in their spiritual lives and practices. To him, no culture is primitive--every daily habit, every ritual, ...
An American Brothel, circa 1892 - The Secret Photographs of William Goldman
by Robert Flynn Johnson
<p>What started out as a simple trip to a postcard fair turned into a lifelong investigation for author Robert Flynn Johnson. Captivated by the beauty and originality of a group of nineteenth-century photographs of women, he had to know ...