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Fri Mar 21 17:12:53 2014 UTClccn-n821361590.00Woodwork : Wallace Wood 1927-1981 /0.141.00Catalogue of engravings, etchings and aquatints. The property of Dr. W. Wood, of New York59090757Wally_Woodn 82136159832347Wallace WoodWood, Wallace Allan 1927-1981Wood, Wally.Wood, Wally, 1927-1981lccn-n85225247Kurtzman, Harveyauilccn-n87932527Davis, Jack1924-illlccn-n87857852Elder, Will1922-2008illlccn-n83189914Aird, Hazel B.lccn-n79055385Ford, Henry1863-1947lccn-n83189913Ruddiman, Catherinelccn-n80085248Ford Motor Companylccn-n87830568Goodwin, Archielccn-n82167156Guthridge, Sue1918-lccn-n80126308Edison, Thomas A.(Thomas Alva)1847-1931Wood, WallaceJuvenile worksBiographyComic books, strips, etcFictionGraphic novelsHistoryScience fiction comic books, strips, etcHorror comic books, strips, etcShort storiesYoung adult worksUnited StatesComic books, strips, etcEdison, Thomas A.--(Thomas Alva),Ford, Henry,InventorsGood and evilAutomobile industry and tradeCarver, George Washington,Ford Motor CompanyIndustrialistsAmerican wit and humor, PictorialHorror comic books, strips, etcHeroesWood, WallaceMonstersScience fiction comic books, strips, etcIllustratorsGraphic novelsIron Man (Fictitious character)Vietnam War (1961-1975)WarDetective and mystery comic books, strips, etcCartoonistsCrimeCriminalsEC ComicsAmerica, Captain (Fictitious character)Fantasy comic books, strips, etcDaredevil (Fictitious character)DeathSpider-Man (Fictitious character)PatriotismWar stories, AmericanSatire, AmericanChildren's storiesBlindNinjaYoung adult fiction, AmericanSuspense comic books, strips, etcYoung adult fictionScience fictionAfrican AmericansHorror tales, AmericanBusinessmenDrawingInventors--BiographyAgriculturistsAfrican American scientistsMad (New York, N.Y. : 1958)Aquatint--Private collections192719811944195419551957195819591964196519661969197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819911995199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320143883181254BTK140.E3ocn013581979ocn000469361ocn001709594ocn223412538ocn008826988ocn427172270ocn427177129ocn801603596ocn801603586ocn666900648ocn008278537ocn798911304ocn801369920ocn323477531ocn4618996345505ocn013581979book19840.07Aird, Hazel BHenry Ford, young man with ideasHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyThe early life of the American automotive industrialist who founded the Ford Motor Company and pioneered in assembly-line methods of mass production+-+95646957552954ocn049500326book19540.17Kurtzman, HarveyThe Mad reader : [humor in a jugular vein]Comic books, strips, etc"50th anniversary facsimile edition of the first Mad paperback!"--Cover, P. [4]+-+46498989252562ocn000469361book19440.08Stevenson, AugustaGeorge Carver, boy scientistJuvenile worksBiographyFictionThe boyhood of the Negro botanist who develped products from such southern crops as sweet potatoes, pecans, and especially peanuts2401ocn001709594book19590.08Guthridge, SueTom Edison, boy inventorJuvenile worksFictionThe name Edison is practically synonymous with "invention." The reason for this can be found in the experiences and traits of young Edison, recounted here2394ocn050196219book19550.17Kurtzman, HarveyInside MAD+-+45399989251552ocn063030000book20050.16Lee, StanEssentialComic books, strips, etcFictionGraphic novelsScience fiction comic books, strips, etcTony Stark negotiates in boardrooms as a billionaire genius and fights super villains as his alter ego--Iron Man+-+35136603251311ocn227016121book20090.21Goodwin, ArchieBlazing combatCriticism, interpretation, etcComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsCollects black-and-white comics from the 1960s that explore the human realities and personal costs of war through the exploits of soldiers and civilians; and also features interviews with writer Archie Goodwin and publisher Jim Warren, in which they discuss the controversies of the comic+-+30142451061272ocn429666584book20080.18Creepy archivesComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsHorror comic books, strips, etcThis veinchilling second volume showcases work by some of the best artists to ever work in the comics medium, including Alex Toth, Gray Morrow, Reed Crandall, John Severin, and others. Each archive volume of Creepy is packed with stories (usually up to eight short stories were featured in every issue!) running the gamut of gruesome subject matter, from reimagined horror classics such as The Cask of Amontillado, to spectacularly mindtwisting shorts such as The Thing in the Pit, or the macabre maritime yarn Drink Deep. * This volume collects Creepy #610. Since the stock is much finer than the authentic newsprint, visually, these pages are better than the originals, with moodly, dark blacks that punctuate the shock endings. Publishers Weekly+-+63107304061071ocn755704802book20120.20Came the dawn : and other storiesComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsHorror comic books, strips, etcShort storiesCollects short crime and horror pieces illustrated by Wood and published in several titles by EC comic in the early nineteen fifties932ocn054089710book20030.19Against the grain : MAD artist Wallace WoodBiography+-+8870548436905ocn061250857book20050.08Lee, StanEssential. the man without fear!Juvenile worksComic books, strips, etcFictionGraphic novelsScience fiction comic books, strips, etcPresents black-and-white reprints of "Daredevil" issues 1-25, spanning the years 1964-67, in which Matt Murdock, a blind attorney by day and a superhero with superior sensory abilities by night, battles such villains as Electro, the Owl, and Killgrave+-+1613660325834ocn008826988book19590.06Guthridge, SueThomas A. Edison, young inventorJuvenile worksBiographyA biography focusing on the childhood of the inventor who patented more than 1,100 inventions in sixty years, among them the electric light and the phonograph+-+2503695755791ocn259266124book20080.17Creepy archivesComic books, strips, etcPresents no. 6-10 of Dark Horse Comics' "Creepy" series, which feature retellings of classic and modern horror stories, and includes "The Thing in the Pit!" "Abominable Snowman!" and others+-+1316730406721ocn077530828book20060.07EssentialComic books, strips, etcFictionGraphic novelsScience fiction comic books, strips, etcYoung adult worksCap's up against the usual army of orders in AIM, Hydra and the schemes of the Skull - but could the most familiar enemy face be ... Bucky's?! The Falcon becomes Cap's full-time crimefighting partner in the wake of this shocker! Gangsters and gorillas! A mysterious Stranger! Nazis, robots and Nazi robots! Featuring the friends and foes of Spider-Man, and the web-slinger himself!+-+3116760325721ocn781683315book20130.20Simon, JoeThe Simon and Kirby libraryComic books, strips, etcScience fiction comic books, strips, etc"By 1954, the hard-hitting, hard-boiled 'true crime' comics so shocked readers that they were targeted by the government itself. Joe Simon and Jack Kirby produced many of the finest examples of the genre, pushing boundaries and thrilling their audiences. This volume collects 320 pages of action-packed comics, many for the first time, carefully restored and completely uncensored!"--P. [4] of jacket501ocn295002660book20090.06Creepy archivesComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsCollects issues from Dark Horse Comics' "Creepy" series, which feature retellings of classic and modern horror stories+-+8407730406481ocn123114689book20070.08Feldstein, Albert BTales from the cryptPeriodicals+-+0627293336471ocn317749877book20090.15Creepy archivesComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsHorror comic books, strips, etcPresents no. 16-20 of Dark Horse Comics' "Creepy" series, which feature retellings of classic and modern horror stories, and includes an interview with editor Archie Goodwin with Steve Riggenberg+-+0358730406471ocn080158828book20060.24Feldstein, Albert BShock SuspenStoriesA collection of suspense stories+-+3207293336324381ocn056759551book20040.06Wood, WallaceM.A.R.S patrol total war+-+27172584061103ocn076891844book20050.35Starger, SteveWally's world : the brilliant life and tragic death of Wally Wood, the world's second-best comic book artistHistoryBiography+-+K536402336321ocn794816185book20120.28Wood, WallaceWoodwork : Wallace Wood 1927-1981Illustrations261ocn044189403book20000.35Wood, WallaceThe Wally Wood sketchbookCaricatures and cartoonsInterviews+-+235640233661ocn057225752book20040.47Wood, WallaceThe Wallace Wood readerHistory31ocn006773435book19800.96Wood, WallaceThe Wallace Wood sketchbook31ocn006672988book19800.96Wood, WallaceThe Wallace Wood treasury21ocn317794568book20050.10Wood, WallaceWallace Wood's wayoutIllustrations21ocn009964991serial1.00WoodworkPeriodicals11ocn870680506book19850.47Qua brot11ocn747721281book19810.92Wood, WallaceThe Wallace Wood sketchbook11ocn711000123book2010Wood, WallaceWoodwork : Wallace Wood 1927-1981Exhibition catalogs11ocn317147055book1.00Wood, WallaceWally Wood : comic book masterCaricatures and cartoonsInterviews11ocn143574449art1988Weinberg, Robert EWood, Wallace A11ocn556316540mix1.00Wallace Wood 1917?-1981 biographical fileBiographyBiographical file may contain one or more of the following: "Biographical Registry" form filled out by the cartoonist including information about education, career history, awards, signature example, and family information; biographical essays or sketches of the cartoonist; articles by or about the cartoonist; examples of the cartoonist's work in the form of clippings or photocopies11ocn194679584book19121.00Wood, WallaceCatalogue of engravings, etchings and aquatints. The property of Dr. W. Wood, of New YorkCatalogs11ocn056565942book20031.00Stewart, BhobThe Wallace Wood checklistBibliography11ocn009376282book19821.00MiniconMinicon 14 program book, 9-11 Apr. 1882+-+9564695755+-+9564695755Fri Mar 21 15:16:26 EDT 2014batch24763