Comics Gone Ape!: The Missing Link to Primates in Comics

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TwoMorrows Pub., 2007 - Literary Criticism - 141 pages
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  • They may be only one notch below humans on the evolutionary ladder, butgorillas and monkeys have for decades climbed to the top of the comic-book worldas monsters, super-villains, sentient masterminds, soldiers, aliens, buffoonsand super-heroes. Comics Gone Ape! is the definitive missing link toeverything you need to know about these popular primates, including GorillaGrodd, Beppo the Super-Monkey, BrainApe, King Kong, Titano the Super-Ape,Cy-Gor, Konga, Magilla Gorilla, Detective Chimp, Blip, Gleek, the Gibbon,Lancelot Link Secret Chimp, Mojo Jojo, Angel and the Ape and a barrel of others.Comics Gone Ape! is loaded with comics artwork, a chest-thumping galleryof comics covers featuring apes. Also includes behind-the-scenes looks atPlanet of the Apes, Arthur Adams' Monkeyman and O'Brien and JoeKubert's Tarzan. With its all-new Avengers-as-gorillas cover byArthur Adams, you won't be able to keep your filthy paws off this book!

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Images of America: Concord includes roughly 200 photographs and images that were culled from the Concord Museum archives and private collections. Michael Eury, executive director of Historic Cabarrus Association and a Concord native, weaves a spellbinding web of unforgettable portraits that celebrates the civic pride, hard work, moral integrity, and natural beauty that helped earn Concord the National Civic League's "All-America City" Award in 2004.

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