Since 2009, The Horror Zine has published exceptional horror fiction by emerging talent and today's leading authors. Now The Horror Zine brings you the dark delights from the ezine into a digest magazine. This issue features Richard Hill, Bruce Memblatt, Richard Farren Barber, Stephen James Price, Douglas Thompson, Andrew Marinus, Jim Mountfield, Frank Grigonis, Fred R. Kane, M.P. Paquette, Dennis Bagwell, Denny E.
Marshall, Benjamin Blake, Kathryn D. Jacks, Waide Aaron Riddle, Wesley Dylan Gray, James Potter, Sophia Tabak, and Darek Zawiazalec.
This delightful rhyming story is about a gardener's frustration over the damage caused by a little mole. Illustrator Daniel Howarth brings the pages to life through the detail revealed when the dials at the sides of the book are turned.
Promotes parent-child interaction.
James Lindsay offers a timely and comprehensive examination of the role the modern Congress plays in foreign policy. He shows how the resurgence of congressional activism marks a return to the pattern that was once the norm in American politics. He analyzes the distribution of decision-making authority in Congress and offers a broader understanding of how the United States will develop a new foreign policy for the post-Cold War world.
Kill the monsters. Steal the treasure. Stab your buddy. Based on the immensely popular Steve Jackson card game, Munchkin comes to comics! Stealing, lying, and backstabbing might not go over well in the real world, but in the world of Munchkin, anything goes! Join Spyke and Flower as they go to any lengths to get some loot. This includes (but is not limited to) outsmarting foes, learning kung fu, venturing into wonderland, and battling legendary monsters all in the name of stacking up that gold. Welcome to the world of fantasy roleplaying satire, with stories written by Sam Sykes (The City Stained Red), Andrew Hackard (Munchkin: The Game), and newcomer Nicole Andelfinger, and illustrated by Ian McGinty (Adventure Time) and Len Peralta (Munchkin: The Game). Based on the immensely popular card game, Munchkin Volume 6 collects issues #17-20.
Murder's Bold Inscription "Whoever had broken into the shop might just have gone upstairs afterwards, might just be there still...My first reaction was anger: I wanted to roar up the stairs, only I could hear Barnabas saying, the way he used to when I was little: "Temper, Dido! Count to twenty-nine..." Selling rare books has its moments, but few are anything close to thrilling--except when Dido Hoare's scoundrel of an ex-husband suddenly reappears and puts a pulse of excitement in the air.But events go from interesting to intense when someone ends up murdered and the culprit seems to think Dido has something worth killing for, too. With the help of her father, Barnabas, a retired academic with a penchant for mysteries, Dido may be able to divert the killer long enough to figure out who wants her dead and why.
Recovering from a heart attack, the irrepressible Barnabas is taking chances that are likely to give Dido a coronary of her own, and give the police a bad case of indigestion. But as Dido and Barnabas are about to learn, every crime has its victims and its payoffs--it's just a matter of being on the right side of the bookshelf before everything comes tumbling down.
Teri, Maxine and Bird are as different as three sisters could be. Teri is beautiful and practical, a successful lawyer who has no patience for dreamers. Maxine is a happy, loving wife and mother, but wonders if she is doing anything important with her life.
Bird, the youngest, runs a thriving business, while her husband, an ex-con, can't seem to buy a break. As widely varied as they may be, all three come together to visit their mama's home every Sunday, working to put Mother Joe's delicious soul food on the table. But when Mother Joe takes ill suddenly, her family starts to fall apart at the seams. It is up to Ahmad, Maxine's young son, who has always shared a special bond with his grandmother, to show his aunts, uncles and parents how to find the heart and soul of their extraordinary family before it is lost forever. A movie from 20th Century Fox starring Vanessa Williams and Vivica A. Fox