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Describes the Boston Massacre, the event when the American colonists believed that they had been treated and taxed unfairly for years by Great Britain, leading to a clashing with British troops. Written in graphic-novel format.
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Journalist, James Stanley, is faced with the imminent birth of his child. Having decided to forego the test that would determine whether his child is carrying the all-important "Super-S" gene, which differentiates the genetic makeup of a superhero from that of a normal person, James sets out on a quest to interview forty-five super-powered individuals in the hope that their experiences may better prepare him for the birth of a child that is potentially gifted with extraordinary abilities. On his journey, he encounters characters from all walks of life; from single mothers struggling to raise gifted children, to rebellious super-teenagers, all the way through to those reaching the end of their lives. But what starts as a voyage of personal discovery becomes something far more ominous when he crosses paths with an organization known as XoDOS.
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Tells the true story of the 1831 Virginia slave rebellion led by slave Nat Turner, who believed he was a prophet. Written in graphic-novel format.
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“A Horse’s Tale.” The upcoming masquerade party has Archie searching for the perfect costume. As a fantastic friend, he blackmails Jughead into being the horse to his medieval knight. When the price is too high to afford both outfits, Arch decides to build a suit of armor from household items. One breadbox helmet later and his armor is complete—but can he win the prize for best costume? Featuring 50 great pages of comics, including a Dotty and Ditto story and puzzle! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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“The Little Things in Life.” A simple bicycle race between rivals begins a monster headache for Mr. Andrews! Reggie and Archie race around Riverdale, but our favorite redhead wrecks his bike before the official contest can begin. To raise funds for a repair, Arch starts a babysitting service without consulting his parents. How can he watch these infants and keep Mr. Andrews from finding out? There are over 40 pages to love here, including an appearance from Dotty and Ditto! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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“The Hunter.” Tired of the rabbits destroying Mrs. Andrews’ garden, Archie pledges to rid Riverdale of the furry menaces forever! With Jughead at his side, he sets out to catch as many critters as possible. These are no ordinary bunnies though—as they are able to outsmart the teenagers at every turn! Can Archie avenge the family garden, or has the hunter become the hunted? If that’s not enough, see how Betty and Veronica plan on spending their Thanksgiving! All that and more! Over 40 pages! DISCLAIMER: The stories, characters, and incidents in this publication are entirely fictional. This publication contains material that was originally created in a less racially and socially sensitive time in our society and reflects attitudes that may be represented as offensive today. The stories are represented here without alteration for historical reference.
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