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Michael Midas Champion Book One

Author: Jordan B. Gorfinkel
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101987537
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Long-time Batman editor Jordan B. Gorfinkel and DC and Marvel superhero artist Scott Benefiel team-up to tell the tale of a new kind of hero... IT’S A SUPERHEROIC LIFE As Champion, the crimson guardian of his hometown Urbana Falls, Michael Midas battles vengeful samurai, wicked sorcerers and evil creatures, earning the gratitude of the people he saves—and the heart of Dani, the woman he loves. But being a superhero doesn’t pay the bills. All of Michael’s super-strength and stamina is defenseless against the daily trials and tribulations of making ends meet. Beneath his colorful costume, he’s another struggling blue collar worker, full of lingering self-doubt about his role as Champion. Then Michael’s super and civilian identities collide when he’s confronted by Truck, his grade school bully and romantic rival. His long-time nemesis has evolved into an endlessly adaptable, monstrous supervillain, determined to destroy the world—and he’s got the power to do it. Torn between fulfilling conflicting responsibilities to his family and to mankind, can Michael Midas Champion find the power to fix the problems of his past and save the world?

Big Moose One Shot

Author: Sean Ryan
Publisher: Archie Comic Publications
ISBN: 1682551474
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Riverdale’s resident jock gets the spotlight in this special one-shot where everything’s Moose! Stories by Sean Ryan, Ryan Cady and Gorf with art by Cory Smith, Thomas Pitilli and Wilfredo Torres!

Das Midas Komplott

Author: Boyd Morrison
Publisher: Goldmann Verlag
ISBN: 3641070848
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Der legendäre Schatz des Midas. Wer ihn finden will, muss über Leichen gehen Ingenieur Tyler Locke wird zu einer Bombenentschärfung gerufen. Als er den Einsatzort erreicht, stellt sich heraus, dass eine zweite Person denselben Auftrag erhalten hat: Stacey Bennett ist Professorin für antike Sprachen. Um die Bombe zu entschärfen, müssen die beiden ein Rätsel lösen, das auf Archimedes zurückgeht. Doch dies ist nur die erste Prüfung. Schon bald entdecken Tyler und Stacey, dass jemand sie benutzt, um einem viel größeren Geheimnis auf die Spur zu kommen. Seit Menschengedenken harrt der mythenumwobene Schatz des Midas seiner Entdeckung, und die Gier nach dem Gold ist so lebendig wie eh und je ...

Puttin On The Ritz

Author: Peter Levinson
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250091497
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Fred Astaire defined elegance on the dance floor. With white tie, tails and a succession of elegant partners - Ginger Rogers, Cyd Charisse, Rita Hayworth, Eleanor Powell, Judy Garland and others - he created an indelible image of the Anglo bon vivant. His origins, though, were far more humble: Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Fred Astaire came from Midwestern stock that partially had its origin in the late nineteenth century Jewish communities of Austria. At first, he played second fiddle in vaudeville to his sister, Adele; however, once he learned how to tap and bought his first Brooks Brothers suit, the game changed. How did he transform himself from a small town Nebraska boy into the most sophisticated man ever to dance across a dance floor? In this comprehensive new book about the life and artistry of Fred Astaire, Peter Levinson looks carefully at the entirety of Astaire's career from vaudeville to Broadway to Hollywood to television. He explores Astaire's relationships with his vivacious dance partners, his friendship with songwriters like George Gershwin and Irving Berlin and his relationship with choreographers like Hermes Pan to discover how Astaire, in effect, created his elegant persona. Astaire put his mark on the Hollywood musical, starting his career at RKO and then moving to MGM. From his long list of films, certain classics like "Swing Time", "Top Hat", "Royal Wedding" and "The Bandwagon" revolutionized the presentation of dance on film; but, he also revolutionized the television variety special with the Emmy-Award-Winning "An Evening With Fred Astaire". For 'Puttin' on the Ritz", veteran Hollywood insider, Peter Levinson interviewed over two hundred people who worked closely with Astaire such as Debbie Reynolds, Dick Van Dyke, Artie Shaw, Bobby Short, Oscar Peterson, Mel Ferrer, Betty Garrett, Joel Grey, Arlene Dahl, Michael Kidd, Betty Comden, Onna White, Margaret Whiting, Andy Williams, and others like Quincy Jones, John Travolta, and John Williams, to provide an intimate window on to his professional as well as his personal life. His new biography of Astaire is a celebration of the great era of sophistication on Broadway and in Hollywood as seen through the life of a man who learned how to put on the Ritz and become America's premiere song-and-dance-man: Fred Astaire.

Training With The Midas Touch

Author: Richard Palmer
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 9780749437398
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* Lively and provocative approach * Shows how developing people to their full potential is the route to organizational success * Includes case studies * Includes many low cost alternatives to expensive training. The idea of turning staff, the most vital element with any organization, into gold lies at the heart of all training and development programs. This thought provoking yet practical book provides a structured route to making the most of the 'human capital' in an organization by taking an holistic approach to both staff development and organizational success. With case studies, a tool kit of techniques for assessing and developing the skill base of staff and advice on developing staff at low cost the book is ideal for the cost-conscious times we live in. While highly practical in tone and approach the book also provides a sound theoretical framework for staff development and includes a detailed academic reading list.

Ger Mord In Der Droschke The

Author: Fergus 1859-1932 Hume
Publisher: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 9781361773574
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