Author : Demitria Lunetta,Kate Karyus Quinn
Publisher : DC Zoom
Release :2020-04-14
Total pages :142
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781779503589

Piper Pájaro and Sloane MacBrute are two 13-year-old girls with very different lives but very similar secrets. Popular, outgoing Piper is strong-like, ripping-the-doors-off-cars strong. She longs to be a superhero, even if she tends to leave massive messes in her wake. Sloane, on the other hand, is snarky and super-smart. Like, evil-genius smart. To help her family, she has to put those smarts to use for her villainous grandfather. When a mission to steal an experimental technological device brings the two girls face to face with each other, the device sparks-and the two girls switch bodies! Now they must live in each other's shoes as they figure out a way to switch back. Anti/Hero is a story that explores what makes a hero, how one can find friendship where it's unexpected, and what it means to walk in another person's shoes...literally! Authors Kate Karyus Quinn (Another Little Piece, The Show Must Go On) and Demitria Lunetta (The Fade, Bad Blood) make their graphic novel debut alongside artist Maca Gil and introduce two new and exciting DC characters!

Author : Lilian R. Furst,James Darrell Wilson
Publisher :
Release :1976
Total pages :168
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : UCSC:32106013661084

Author : Daniel Marshall
Publisher : Athena PressPub Company
Release :2003
Total pages :65
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : STANFORD:36105112984740

He's the stranger in town, the man with no name, the twisted genius, the unshaven gunman with a penchant for rough whiskey and women; he's the anti-hero, and this book tells about him and why we identify with him. This excellent overview of the genre also offers us psychological and aesthetic rationales behind the anti-hero's emergence, citing German Expressionism and the 1930s' Depression. The author includes related themes such as Film Noir, the Western and the Femme Fatale in modern cinema. Carefully referenced and full of insightful observations, this is a rich resource for film buffs everywhere.

Author : Robert O'Brian
Publisher :
Release :
Total pages :329
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9780359091973

Author : Leo S. Martinuzzi Jr.
Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
Release :2019-04-18
Total pages :66
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781480995109

Anti-Hero By: Leo Martinuzzi Jr. Anti-Hero is an autobiography with details about the family and business life of Leo S. Martinuzzi, along with his observations about individuals in leadership positions. It deals with his lifetime career in international banking, his distinguished and fascinating family history, his education, and his service in the Korean War.

Author : Skye Warren
Publisher : Book Beautiful
Release :2016-09-12
Total pages :218
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781940518480

ANTI HERO: The Ultimate Fight for Love

Author : Kate Sheeran Swed
Publisher : Spells & Spaceships Press
Release :2020-05-05
Total pages :329
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES

Mary O'Sullivan makes her own rules now. Her first self-assigned mission? Track down the league retirees who helped kill her family, and bring them to justice. But Mary's crusade thrusts her deep into the shadows of vigilantism, where good and evil blur to gray. When her enemies turn the tables and start hunting her, Mary must face the darker side of heroism--or risk becoming their next victim. With the Pearl Knife increasingly disobedient, Eloise Reyna fights to maintain control over her powers--and the fractured remains of the league. But Eloise's search leaves her struggling through the Knife's web of mysteries, and if she can't get a handle on it, the fate of the world could be at stake. As control slips through their fingers, Mary and Eloise seek allies in an increasingly dangerous power struggle that could shatter the league, and their lives, forever.

Author : D. Simmons
Publisher : Springer
Release :2008-05-26
Total pages :200
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9780230612525

The Anti-Hero in the American Novel rereads major texts of the 1960s to offer an innovative re-evaluation of a set of canonical novels that moves beyond entrenched post-modern and post-structural interpretations towards an appraisal which emphasizes the specifically humanist and idealist elements of these works.

Author : Richard Dimitri
Publisher :
Release :2015-06
Total pages :170
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781329182981

The journey begins in Tijuana Mexico with Nomad Wyman, a man with a violent and turbulent past, in his preparation for a road trip towards Western Canada to get re-acquainted for the first time in 23 years with his first teenage love, Maeve. With over 2 decades of complete absence between them, Nomad's primary concern is how to tell his first love about everything that transpired in between, and will she accept him for who he is and all he's done. It is the closing off of one avenue and the prospect of greener pastures with an old flame. It becomes a time to reflect. He lays his life bare. His extremely violent past, his insecurities, his sexual adventures and misadventures, his guilt, his hopes, the things that draw him, yet disturb him at the same time. We are introduced to a whirlwind of encounters, laced with numerous philosophical musings, which are generally flawless when stood up to scrutiny.

Author : Stella Duffy
Publisher : Random House
Release :2014-12-04
Total pages :80
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES
ISBN : 9781448142385

Arriving at the ancient Musaeum of Alexandria, the Doctor is keen to explore. He might find some new recorder music, and Jamie might discover a new porridge recipe, while Zoe will love the antiquated ideas about astrophysics. But once inside, they all find rather more than they bargained for, and it soon becomes clear they may never leave the Museaum alive...