| About Time 1: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 1-3) |
About Time serves as the definitive (albeit unofficial) guide to the classic Doctor Who Seasons 1 to 3 - the show's very beginnings, starring William Hartnell in the lead role. Written by Tat Wood (SFX, TV Zone) and Lawrence Miles (Faction Paradox), About Time not only examines the usual continuity concerns in bursting detail, but looks at how the political / social issues of the 1960s affected the show's production.
| About Time 2: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 4-6) |
About Time 2 examines the usual continuity concerns in bursting detail, but also looks at how the political/social issues of the 1960s affected the show's production. Essays in this volume include: "What's the Cyberman Timeline?," "Whatever Happened to the USA?" and "Did Sergeant Pepper Know the Doctor?"
| About Time 4: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 12-17) |
About Time serves as the definitive (albeit unofficial) guide to the classic Doctor Who Seasons 12 to 17 - the bulk of the immensely popular Tom Baker era. Written by Lawrence Miles (Faction Paradox) and Tat Wood (SFX, TV Zone), About Time not only examines the usual continuity concerns (such as alien races) in bursting detail, but looks at how the political / social issues of the 1970s affected the show's production.
| About Time 5: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 18-21) |
About Time serves as the definitive (albeit unofficial) guide to the classic Doctor Who Seasons 18 to 21 - the end of the Tom Baker era and the whole of Peter Davison's tenure as the Doctor. Written by Lawrence Miles (Faction Paradox) and Tat Wood (SFX, TV Zone), About Time examines the show's continuity in bursting detail, and more crucially looks at how the political / social issues of the early 1980s affected the series' production.
| About Time 6: Unauthorized Guide to Doctor Who (Seasons 22-26) |
About Time volume 6 covers Seasons 22 to 26 of Doctor Who, focusing on the tenures of Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy as well as the TV movie starring Paul McGann in mind-bending detail. In addition to the usual concerns such as the TV show's continuity and lore, author Tat Wood will examine each Colin Baker, McCoy and McGann story in the context of the year/historical period it was produced, determining just how topical the stories were.
| Akira Club Artbook (Hardcover) |
A companion artbook to Akira, Akira Club is a collection of Otomo's visions, including over one hundred title-page illustrations created for the original serialization but not included with the published collections of Akira. The book also features alternate art, preliminary drawings, production sketches, and a variety of Akira posters, advertisements, and products, all accompanied by commentary by the artist himself.
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| Alice in the Country of Diamonds Wonderful Wonder World Official Visual Fan Book |
Compiled by QuinRose, the minds behind the Alice in the Country of franchise, this Alice in the Country of Diamonds Official Visual Fan Book immerses readers in the world of the original romantic fantasy adventure PSP video game!
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| Available: Oct 28 2014 |
| All About Particles: Handbook of Japanese Function Words (2nd Ed) |
All students of Japanese, whether they have studied physics or not, know the word "particle," and they realize that particles, like English prepositions, require a special effort to master. All About Particles covers 69 particles, the most common ones along with the less frequent. The particles are shown to have some 200 usages - sufficient to keep most students hard at work for a good many years.
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| || All Colour But the Black: The Art of Bleach Art Book |
See the world of Bleach in a blast of color! This art book showcases creator Tite Kubo's vibrant illustrations, including art from volumes 1-19 of the manga series, plus an annotated art guide and extra character information.
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| All Your Base Are Belong To Us |
Over the last fifty years, video games have grown from curiosities to fads to trends to one of the world's most popular forms of mass entertainment. But how did we get from Space Invaders to Grand Theft Auto and World of Warcraft? How exactly did gaming become a $20 billion industry and a dominant pop-culture medium - and what are the frustrations, innovations, and fascinations behind this incredible growth?
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| || All-Purpose Origami (Boutique-sha) |
Origami, Japanese paper-folding, is a casual hobby for all-ages. While some projects have practical applications, most tend to be for aesthetic or entertainment purposes. All-Purpose Origami's patterns, on the other hand, are much more meaningful. The 75 projects compiled were crafted for the sole purpose of at-home use. Whether to be applied in the dining room for special occasions or for eco-friendly items around the office, these easy-to-follow pattens are designed to last and to look stylish for days and weeks.
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| || America and the Four Japans: Friend, Foe, Model, Mirror |
This readable, wide-ranging analysis brings you quickly up to speed on the ever-changing relationship between Japan and the United States. Drawing on history, cultural commentary, and opinion, the author portrays two nations in conflict yet increasingly connected.
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