Audio Books by Mark Schultz

Mark Schultz is the author of The Stuff of Life (2009), Ending Battle (2009), Star Wars Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins (2009), Working Methods (2007) and other 135 books.

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The Stuff of Life

release date: Jan 23, 2009
The Stuff of Life
Introduces the history and science of genetics through the story of an alien scientist researching humans to find a cure for an alien disease.

Ending Battle

release date: Jan 01, 2009
Ending Battle
Written by Geoff Johns, Joe Casey, Mark Schultz and Joe Kelly Art by Pascual Ferry, Duncan Rouleau and others Cover by Carlos Pacheco & Jesus Merino When the villainous Manchester Black uncovers Clark Kent's secret identity, it sets in motion one of the hardest days in Superman's life. Collects stories from SUPERMAN #185-186, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #608-609, SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL #130-131 and ACTION COMICS #795-796. Advance-solicited; on sale May 20 - 192 pg, FC, $14.99 US

Star Wars Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins

release date: Jan 01, 2009
Star Wars Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins
Stories in comic book format set about thirty years before the battle of Yavin feature the boy Anakin Skywalker, Queen Amidala, the Jedi knights Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ki-Adi-Mundi, and Mace Windu, and the bounty hunter Jango Fett.

Working Methods

release date: Jan 01, 2007
Working Methods
Professional comic artists interpret scripts every day as they successfully transform the written word into the visual form. However, rarely do we get to examine the process that is unique to each artist. Unlike any other how-to book, Working Methods puts the minds of comic artists under the microscope, highlighting the intricacies of the creative process step by step. For this book, three short scripts are each interpreted in different ways by professional comic artists to illustrate the varied ways in which they see and solve the problem of making a script succeed in comic form. Working Methods documents the creative and technical choices Mark Schultz, Tim Levins, Jim Mahfood, Scott Hampton, Kelsey Shannon, Chris Brunner, Sean Murphy and Pat Quinn make as they tell a story, thus allowing comic fans, artists, instructors, and students into a world rarely explored. Hundreds of illustrated examples document the artists' processes, and interviews clarify their individual approaches regarding storytelling and layout choices. In Working Methods, the exercise may be simple, but the results are profoundly complex.

Superman

release date: Jun 28, 2007
Superman
Collects the entire saga of "Our Worlds at War," in which Superman and other superheroes, including Batman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern, try to stop the ultimate destructive force, Imperiex, from destroying the universe.

Al Williamson's Flash Gordon

release date: Jan 01, 2009
Al Williamson's Flash Gordon
Offers a collection of Williamson's major works featuring the heroic character Flash Gordon, including his contributions to the King Comics strip, the 1980 adaptation of the motion picture, and the 1994 Marvel Comic miniseries.

Superman and Batman Versus Aliens and Predator

release date: Jan 01, 2007
Superman and Batman Versus Aliens and Predator
Superman and Batman team up to face two different races of aliens that have invaded Earth.

52

release date: Jan 01, 2007
52
The super-powered stars of "52," are featured in this graphic novel that collects ten of the best-told stories of Adam Strange, The Metal Men, The Question, and others, spanning the 1960s to today.

Xenozoic Tales

release date: Apr 30, 2003
Xenozoic Tales
Schultz's vision for the future includes ruined cities, guano-powered Cadillacs, warring factions of humanity and more. The tough as nails sharman, and the beautiful scientist, yearn to discover the origins and secrets of their violent world while dealing with their own rocky relationship.

Tom Strong

release date: Jan 01, 2002
Tom Strong
"For the past 100 years, Millennium City has known an inventor, intellect and champion like no other. Join Tom Strong and his companions in these incredible, breathtaking adventures!"--page 4 of cover of book 1.

Interpreting the Modern World

release date: Aug 14, 2020
Interpreting the Modern World
After teaching world history to college freshmen for two decades, the author was dissatisfied with the available textbooks, which smoothed over thorny historical debates in favor of uncontroversial, seamless, and bland narratives. Because students did not have to use the historical facts they read to answer questions that they themselves cared about concerning the current world, they rarely recalled the facts long after an exam. So, the author wrote this text to help his students enter into open-ended historical conversations. They explore the Enlightenment, and decide if it is a hypocritical screen for white male privilege or a slow-unfolding tool for universal liberation. They consider the ongoing industrial revolution, which has lowered consumer prices while posing social challenges for over 200 years, and which continues to replace jobs and concentrate wealth. They critique the effectiveness of economic systems to pair with industrialization: laissez-faire capitalism, colonialism, anarchism, Marxism, and socialism. They consider the strengths and challenges of nationalism, and consider strategies for avoiding war and ethnic cleansing. They analyze the rise of modern China as a superpower, and debate whether or not it is likely to surpass the United States in economic output and global influence. They analyze the most arresting current developments: the global rise of women, the challenge of climate change, the impact of mechanization and globalization on jobs, and the return of anti-democratic authoritarianism. Although the author is an American liberal, evidence and arguments are regularly offered from alternative points of view. Indeed, the text is designed to improve understanding of perspectives from other parts of the world and to promote dialogue between conservatives, liberals, and radicals in the U.S.

Aliens Apocalypse

release date: Jan 01, 1999
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