Clive Barker's Hellraiser Vol. 2

Format: Paperback

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 7.69 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

This hardcover collects six issues of Detective Comics, and demonstrates just how far adventurous creators can venture the erroneously perceived boundaries of commercial comics. • Denys Wortman’s New York (Drawn & Quarterly) Probably the historical discovery of the year in comics, this volume – subtitled “Portrait of the City in the 1930s and 1940s,” edited by James Sturm and Brandon Elston, offers a sumptuous gathering of one-panel, pencil-and-ink drawings that summon up an earlier era of city life.

Pages: 128

Publisher: BOOM! Studios; First Edition edition (February 7, 2012)

ISBN: 1608860876

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Features
  • 15 Graphic Novels
  • Full-color drawings engage the reader
  • Each volume is complete in 32-pages
  • Powerful graphics capture and hold student's interest


    Pages: 32
    Binding: Paperback
    Publisher: Capstone Press

    Included in this collection are the following Max Axiom books:
  • A Journey Through the Digestive System with Max Axiom
  • The Solid Truth about the States of Matter with Max Axiom
  • Understanding Viruses with Max Axiom
  • Adventures in Sound with Max Axiom
  • The Attractive Story of Magnetism with Max Axiom
  • A Crash Course in Forces and Motion with Max Axiom
  • The Earth-Shaking Facts about Earthquakes with Max Axiom
  • The Explosive World of Volcanoes with Max Axiom
  • The Illuminating World of Light with Max Axiom
  • Lessons in Science Safety with Max Axiom
  • The Shocking World of Electricity with Max Axiom
  • Understanding Photosynthesis with Max Axiom
  • The World of Food Chains with Max Axiom
  • The Whirlwind World of Hurricanes with Max Axiom
  • The Dynamic World of Chemical Reactions with Max Axiom

This review comes from School Library Journal

 

Esther Keller

Review: Max Axiom, Super Scientist

August 5th, 2010

A few months ago, Snow and I discovered that we were each planning to review different titles in the Max Axiom Series.  After some back and forth, we realized that we should probably team up and review the series together.  Especially, since we’d both be bringing different perspectives to the review.  Snow’s background is in public libraries and my background is in school libraries.  While a library is a library, our mission does slightly differ and therefore it affects how we see books.

Max axiom is a scientist who acquired some interesting super powers from a freak accident.  He now uses those powers to help explain scientific ideas to a young audience.  By shrinking down to size Max gives readers a view of science like students may have never seen before.

A crash course in forces and motion with Max Axiom Super Scientist
by Emily Sohn; illustrated by Steve Erwin and Charles Barnett III.
Recommended Age: Grades 3-8
Capstone Press, c2007, 0736868372
32 p. $21.99 (S/L Price)

Decoding Genes with Max Axiom Super Scientists
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