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The Multiversity

The Multiversity

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher:
ISBN: 1401265251
Pages: 448
Year: 2016-11-22
THERE ARE WORLDS YOU HAVE NEVER IMAGINED. Worlds beyond the ones you know. Worlds where heroes fight for truth and justice. Worlds where darkness reigns, and only a chosen few keep the light alive. Worlds of magic and science, comedy and tragedy, monsters and marvels. Fifty-two worlds. Infinite possibilities. And one threat great enough to destroy them all. This is THE MULTIVERSITY. Collects:The Multiversity 1-2, The Multiversity: The Society Of Super-Heroes 1, The Multiversity: The Just 1, The Multiversity: Pax Americana 1, The Multiversity: Thunderworld Adventures 1, The Multiversity Guidebook 1, The Multiversity: Mastermen 1 And The Multiversity: Ultra Comics 1
The Multiversity Deluxe Edition

The Multiversity Deluxe Edition

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher:
ISBN: 1401256821
Pages: 448
Year: 2015-10
The biggest adventure in DC's history is here! Join visionary writer Grant Morrison, today's most talented artists, and a cast of unforgettable heroes from 52 alternative Earths of the DC Multiverse! Prepare to meet the Vampire League of Earth-43, the Justice Riders of Earth-18, Superdemon, Doc Fate, the super-sons of Superman and Batman, the rampaging Retaliators of Earth-8, the Atomic Knights of Justice, Dino-Cop, Sister Miracle, Lady Quark and the latest, greatest Super Hero of Earth-Prime: YOU! THE MULTIVERSITY is more than a multipart comic book series. It's a cosmos spanning, soul-shaking experience that puts YOU on the frontline in the battle for all creation against the demonic destroyers known as the Gentry! Featuring artwork by Ivan Reis (JUSTICE LEAGUE), Frank Quitely (ALL-STAR SUPERMAN), Cameron Stewart (BATGIRL) and many others, THE MULTIVERSITY tells an epic tale that span 52 Earths. Collects THE MULTIVERSITY #1 and 2, THE MULTIVERSITY GUIDEBOOK #1 and MULTIVERSITY issues: THE SOCIETY OF SUPER-HEROES #1, THE JUST #1, PAX AMERICANA #1, THUNDERWORLD #1, MASTERMEN #1 and ULTRA COMICS #1.
The Multiversity (2014-) #2

The Multiversity (2014-) #2

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher: DC
ISBN:
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Every event in the history of the DC Universe has been leading to this! The final chapter of the greatest adventure of all time is here! Who are the mystic Justice League of Earth-13 and what role does their leader Super Demon play in the crisis rising all around them? What shocking secret motivates the dark, nightmare henchmen known as The Gentry? And what is the final fate of Nix Uotan--the Super-God?!
The Multiversity: Guidebook (2015-) #1

The Multiversity: Guidebook (2015-) #1

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher: DC
ISBN:
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The guidebook to the greatest adventure in DC's history is here! With a detailed concordance featuring each of the 52 worlds in the Multiverse, a complete history of DC Comics' universe-shattering "Crisis" events, a map of all known existence, AND an action-packed dual adventure starring Kamandi of Earth-51 alongside the post-apocalyptic Atomic Knight Batman of Earth-17 and chibi Batman of Earth-42, this 80-page mountain of MULTIVERSITY madness cannot be missed! The MULTIVERSITY GUIDEBOOK contains everything you ever wanted to know about DC's parallel worlds and their super-heroic inhabitants. Meet the Agents of W.O.N.D.E.R. The Light Brigade, the Super-Americans and the Love Syndicate! Meet the Accelerated Man, Aquaflash, BiOmac and more! Overflowing with today's top artists and completely written by Grant Morrison himself, readers of the DC Universe can't afford to pass up this oversized, sixth chapter of MULTIVERSITY!
The new radicals in the multiversity

The new radicals in the multiversity

Author: Carl Davidson, Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.)
Publisher: Charles H Kerr Pub Co
ISBN:
Pages: 63
Year: 1990-06-01
During the late 1960s, when students all over American were practicing direct democracy on campus by waging massive student strikes and taking over their university buildings, the three essays collected here for the first time were among the most widely read pieces of student radical literature. Their author, Carl Davidson, was national vice-president and inter-organizational secretary of the SDS. Starting from the sociologists' conclusion that modern universities are knowledge factories designed to serve the Military Industrial Complex, Davidson, in these essays, explored various analogies and connections between students and the working class and outlined a theory of student syndicalism that characterized a critical phase in the development of SDS. Drawing not only on classical Marxism but also on IWW and anarcho-syndicalist ideas as well as on newer revolutionary currents such as the Dutch Provos and French Situationists, these writings were among the most original and influential documents of the American New Left in its dynamic first decade, and remain an unexcelled how-to manual for insurgent students seeking to gain some measure of control over their lives. In a new afterward, the author situates the rise of student syndicalism in its historic context, while reflecting on the meaning of these writings for today.
The Multiversity Deluxe Edition

The Multiversity Deluxe Edition

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher: DC
ISBN: 1401262937
Pages: 30
Year: 2015-10-27
There are worlds you have never imagined. Worlds beyond the ones you know. Worlds where heroes fight for truth and justice. Worlds where darkness reigns, and only a chosen few keep the light alive. Worlds of magic and science, comedy and tragedy, monsters and marvels. Fifty-two worlds. Infinite possibilities. And one threat great enough to destroy them all. This is THE MULTIVERSITY.
THE USES OF THE UNIVERSITY

THE USES OF THE UNIVERSITY

Author: Clark Kerr
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 067428819X
Pages: 288
Year: 2001-03-02
America's university president extraordinaire adds a new chapter and preface to The Uses of the University, probably the most important book on the modern university ever written. This summa on higher education brings the research university into the new century. The multiversity that Clark Kerr so presciently discovered now finds itself in an age of apprehension with few certainties. Leaders of institutions of higher learning can be either hedgehogs or foxes in the new age. Kerr gives five general points of advice on what kinds of attitudes universities should adopt. He then gives a blueprint for action for foxes, suggesting that a few hedgehogs need to be around to protect university autonomy and the public weal. "No book ever written has provided such a penetrating description of the modern research university or offered such insightful comments on its special tensions and problems ... Anyone wishing to understand the American research university—past, present, and future—must begin with a careful reading of this book." —Derek Bok, President Emeritus, Harvard University
Journey to Earth-20, the home of a Society of Super Heroes unlike any you've seen before! It's pulp Super Hero action with a postmodern twist as they come face to face with their diabolical Earth-40 counterparts!
The Multiversity: Mastermen (2015-) #1

The Multiversity: Mastermen (2015-) #1

Author: Grant Morrison
Publisher: DC
ISBN:
Pages:
Year:
Imagine a world where the Nazis not only won World War II but went on to direct world culture for the next 60 years with the help of an orphaned, alien super-weapon known as Overman! But hope is not lost! Rising from the ashes of oppression is a diverse band of heroes raging against the fascist regime--a band of heroes known as THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS!
The multiversity

The multiversity

Author: Nicholas Von Hoffman
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 201
Year: 1966

Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy

Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy

Author: George Fallis
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442612673
Pages: 475
Year: 2011-05
Multiversities are sprawling conglomerates that provide liberal undergraduate, graduate, and professional education. As well-springs of innovation and ideas, these universities represent the core of society's research enterprise. Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy forcibly argues that, in the contemporary world, multiversities need to be conceptualized in a new way, that is, not just as places of teaching and research, but also as fundamental institutions of democracy. Building upon the history of universities, George Fallis discusses how the multiversity is a distinctive product of the later twentieth century and has become an institution of centrality and power. He examines five characteristics of our age - the constrained welfare state, the information technology revolution, postmodern thought, commercialization, and globalization - and in each case explains how the dynamic of multiversity research alters societal circumstances, leading to the alteration of the institution itself and creating challenges to its own survival. The character of our age demands reappraisal of the multiversity, Fallis argues, in order to safeguard them from so-called 'mission drift.' Writing from a multi-national perspective, this study establishes how similar ideas are shaping multiversities across the Anglo-American world. Ultimately, Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy seeks to uncover the ethos of the multiversity and to hold such institutions accountable for their contribution to democratic life. It will appeal to anyone interested in the role of education in society.
Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy

Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy

Author: George Fallis
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442612673
Pages: 475
Year: 2011-05
Multiversities are sprawling conglomerates that provide liberal undergraduate, graduate, and professional education. As well-springs of innovation and ideas, these universities represent the core of society's research enterprise. Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy forcibly argues that, in the contemporary world, multiversities need to be conceptualized in a new way, that is, not just as places of teaching and research, but also as fundamental institutions of democracy. Building upon the history of universities, George Fallis discusses how the multiversity is a distinctive product of the later twentieth century and has become an institution of centrality and power. He examines five characteristics of our age - the constrained welfare state, the information technology revolution, postmodern thought, commercialization, and globalization - and in each case explains how the dynamic of multiversity research alters societal circumstances, leading to the alteration of the institution itself and creating challenges to its own survival. The character of our age demands reappraisal of the multiversity, Fallis argues, in order to safeguard them from so-called 'mission drift.' Writing from a multi-national perspective, this study establishes how similar ideas are shaping multiversities across the Anglo-American world. Ultimately, Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy seeks to uncover the ethos of the multiversity and to hold such institutions accountable for their contribution to democratic life. It will appeal to anyone interested in the role of education in society.
Restoring the Soul of the University

Restoring the Soul of the University

Author: Perry Lynn Glanzer, Nathan F. Alleman, Todd C. Ream
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830891633
Pages: 400
Year: 2017-01-01
Has the American university gained the whole world but lost its soul?
Conquering the Brain

Conquering the Brain

Author: A. K. Mukhopadhyay
Publisher: Conscious Books
ISBN:
Pages: 282
Year: 1995-01-01

Bat-manga!

Bat-manga!

Author: Chip Kidd, Geoff Spear, Saul Ferris
Publisher: Pantheon
ISBN: 0375714847
Pages: 352
Year: 2008
Presents a collection of Batman-manga stories about Batman and Robin, originally produced in Japan in the late 1960s, following Batman and Robin as they battle aliens, mutated dinosaurs, and other villains in a distinctively Japanese style, in a volume that includes photographs of the world's largest collection of vintage Japanese Batman toys. Simultaneous. 40,000 first printing.