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Material Type: Book
Collection: Comics
Call Number: CAN SPECFIC BER2018
Title: SCI : The Jewish comics anthology
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Personal name: Bergson, Steven M. (editor and forward) and Thomas, Andrew (letterer)
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Barcode # Description Status Status Dt Due Back
006051 checked in 2019-01-13 14:26:44

Additional Bibliographic Information:
Topical term or geographic name as entry element: Speculative Fiction
International Standard Book Number: 9780987715289
Name of publisher, distributor, etc.: Alternate History Comics
Date of publication, distribution, etc.: 2018
Other physical details: colour illustrations, paperback, softcover
Volume number/sequential designation: Vol. 2
Summary, etc. note: SCI The Jewish Comics Anthology Volume 2 digs deeper into the past for ancient stories, and rockets them into the future to create a stunning, original comic book anthology for people of all ages, from all corners of the Earth – and beyond! Inside the c.200 page book you will find 18 original comic book and graphic novel stories full of action, drama, humour, horror and romance. Each story is based on ages-old tales from Hebrew culture – retold as epic sci-fi visions of the future! This book is filled with stories that will transport you to other worlds and other times, as well as beautiful artwork of a time untold. We have some of the best artists in the comic book and graphic novel world, working together with award-winning authors to breathe life into stories told from an ancient past, re-imagined into a universe of the future. You’ve never seen an Anthology like this before! Contents : Foreword / Steven M. Bergson – Orchard of pomegranates / Rachel Pollack & Katie Sawatsky – The clock / M. Blankier & Richard Pace – The nursing Father / Steven M. Bergson & Haiwei Hou – The rabbi who tested his metal / Ty Templeton & Keiren Smith – Butterfly in the hand / Danielle Lithberg – Stone soup / Keith Grachow & Frank Reynoso – It could be worse / Daniel Gold & Shane Kirshenblatt – Too many cooks / Daniel Gold & Andy Stanleigh – Babel / Neil Kleid, Jake Allen & Frank Reynoso – Blue truth / Michael Norwitz & Weshoyot Alvitre – Wrestling with Ya-Akov – Michael Norwitz & Joshua Edelglass – It’s for the best / Vanvild Aleichem & Shimone Gail – Crucified corpse / Jesse Ship & Liat Shalom – Über-Chaim and the Grastner / Shalom Nister – Noa’s encore / Clifford Meth & Robin Riggs – Something from nothing / Trina Robbins & Rossi Gifford – Golem 3000 / Steven M. Bergson, Andy Stanleigh & Justin Currie -- The climb / Any Stanleigh. 

Expansion of summary note: Jewish, folklore, Jewish folklore, Jewish legends, Jewish mythology, Jewish folk literature, science fiction, anthology, series, Jewish authors, American science fiction, Canadian science fiction, sci-fi, Canada, Canadian, social themes, Jewish comix, modern adaptation, Pardes, Jewish mysticism, Chasidic tales, The Torah, Talmud, Talmudic text, Passover, rabbi, post-apocalyptic, Moses, Yiddish folktale, The tower of Babel, artificial intelligence, something from nothing, golem
Source of acquisition: Steven M. Bergson
Method of acquisition: Donation
Date of acquisition: January, 2019
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