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Comics historian Les Daniels commented, " In retrospect the imperative seems less than inevitable, perhaps no more than trendy gender bending or possibly just a response to the homophobia inspired by Fredric Wertham more than thirty years earlier.
Comics historian Les Daniels comments that Miller's idea of ignoring deadlines was " the culmination of the quest towards artistic independence ".
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As comics historian Les Daniels observed, the Spectre had
An " all-star band " made up of Chuck Berry, Seals & Crofts, Gregg Allman, Junior Walker, Johnny Rivers, the Pointer Sisters, Charlie Daniels, Doc Severinsen, Les McCann, Donald Byrd, Chuck Mangione and three members of Booker T and the MGs perform " Roll Over Beethoven.
Daniels, Donnie Freeman and Les Hunter all represented the Muskies in the first ABA All Star Game and shooting guard Ron Perry finished fifth in the league in three point field goals made and attempted and fourth in three point field goal percentage.
:* The Black Castle, Les Daniels
Judges were Ellen Asher, Ginjer Buchanan, Les Daniels, Mimi Panitch and George H. Scithers.
As official Marvel historian Les Daniels describes, the name Red Circle was " a halfhearted attempt to establish an identity for what was usually described loosely as ' the Goodman group ' when a new logo was adopted: a red disk surrounded by a black ring that bore the phrase ' A Red Circle Magazine.
has also engaged a collection of world famous stage directors throughout the years, including JoAnne Akalaitis, Andrei Belgrader, Anne Bogart, Steven Bogart, Lee Breuer, Robert Brustein, Liviu Ciulei, Ron Daniels, Liz Diamond, Joe Dowling, Michael Engler, Alvin Epstein, Dario Fo, Richard Foreman, David Gordon, Adrian Hall, Richard Jones, Michael Kahn, Jerome Kilty, Krystian Lupa, John Madden, David Mamet, Des McAnuff, Jonathan Miller, Tom Moore, David Rabe, François Rochaix, Robert Scanlan, János Szász, Peter Sellars, Andrei Şerban, Sxip Shirey, Susan Sontag, Marcus Stern, Slobodan Unkovski, Les Waters, David Wheeler, Frederick Wiseman, Robert Wilson, Robert Woodruff, Steven Mitchell Wright, Yuri Yeremin, Francesca Zambello, and Scott Zigler.
* DC Comics: Sixty Years of the World's Favorite Comic Book Heroes by Les Daniels ISBN 0-8212-2076-4
* Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades of the World's Greatest Comics by Les Daniels ISBN 0-8109-3821-9
For a time, as historian Les Daniels noted in a contemporaneous study in 1971,
Entertainers who appeared included Freddie Starr and the Delmonts, Su Pollard, Paul Daniels, Darren Day ; Pete the Plate Spinning Dog, Los Caracas, later to become Middle of the Road, Mary Hopkin, Bonnie Langford, Les Dawson, Maureen Myers, Barry Cummings, Royston Vasey ( later to find fame as Roy ' Chubby ' Brown ), Little and Large, Bobby Crush, Berni Flint, Tony Holland, Millican & Nesbitt, Neil Reid, Peters and Lee, Lena Zavaroni, Frank Carson, Max Boyce, Pam Ayres, Gerry Monroe, Debra Stephenson, Tammy Jones, Champagne, Frank Jennings Syndicate and Tony Monopoly.
Judges were Ellen Asher, Ginjer Buchanan, Les Daniels, Mimi Panitch, and George H. Scithers.
* In The Soop With Martin Mull ( also with: Ed Wise and Les Daniels ) ( 1974 )
Les Daniels, in Batman: The Complete History ( 2004 ) wrote that the goal of ABC was to " attract new audience members, especially idealistic young girls and less high-minded older men.
Les Daniels, in Batman: The Complete History ( 2004 ) wrote that the goal of ABC was to " attract new audience members, especially idealistic young girls and less high-minded older men.
The third of what amounts to a critical trilogy on the weird tale, The Evolution of the Weird Tale ( 2004 ), includes essays on Dennis Etchison, L. P. Hartley, Les Daniels, E. F. Benson, Rudyard Kipling, David J. Schow, Robert Bloch, L. P. Davies, Edward Lucas White, Rod Serling, Poppy Z. Brite and others.
* Yellow Fog, by Les Daniels ( 1986 )

Les and comments
Les comments, " You hear of people who have all sorts of sexual hang-ups ... and I'm one of them.
* Shitao's Les propos sur la peinture du moine Citrouille-amère ( translation and comments, 1970 )
The next morning on the bus, Les apologizes to Ray for what he said ( prompted by a white lie from Tony that Ray tried to commit suicide because of Les ' comments ), and Ray apologizes for his behaviour and shares with the rest of the band that, while in the canal, he " received a positive message " from Brian's ghost.

Les and book
Reproduced from the book of Jean Baptiste Perrin, Les Atomes, three tracings of the motion of colloidal particles of radius 0. 53 µm, as seen under the microscope, are displayed.
In 1849, shortly after the revolutions of the previous year, Molinari published two works: an essay, " The Production of Security ", and a book, Les Soirées de la Rue Saint-Lazare, describing how a market in justice and protection could advantageously replace the state.
His most notable book, Les Enfants terribles, was written in a week during a strenuous opium weaning.
The funeral of Baldwin I of Jerusalem | Baldwin I from the book: Les Passages d ' outremer faits par les Français contre les Turcs depuis Charlemagne jusqu ' en 1462.
In 1867, he published his book Les Rêves et les moyens de les diriger ; observations pratiques (" Dreams and How to Guide them ; Practical Observations "), in which he documented more than twenty years of his own research into dreams.
He is best known for his book Les Propheties ( The Prophecies ), the first edition of which appeared in 1555.
The quatrains, published in a book titled Les Propheties ( The Prophecies ), received a mixed reaction when they were published.
* Les Harpes Secretes Paul Valery's book
Cubs broadcaster Jack Brickhouse called it the hardest ball he had ever seen hit without benefit of the wind, while " Cubs ' batting coach batting coach Rogers Hornsby ," reported Les Biederman of The Sporting News, " said it was the longest he ever witnessed and manager Bob Scheffing agreed it was No. 1 in his book.
Germaine Tailleferre of the French group Les Six wrote several works which could be considered to be inspired by Surrealism, including the 1948 Ballet Paris-Magie ( scenario by Lise Deharme ), the Operas La Petite Sirène ( book by Philippe Soupault ) and Le Maître ( book by Eugène Ionesco ).
* January 10 – First appearance of Hergé's Belgian comic book hero Tintin as Tintin in the Land of the Soviets ( Les Aventures de Tintin, reporter ..., au pays des Soviets ), begins serialization in children's newspaper supplement Le Petit Vingtième.
* Les Champs Magnétiques, the first book produced using the techniques of surrealist automatism, is written by André Breton and Philippe Soupault.
Having as a point of reference their structure, Duverger in his book Les Partis Politiques ( 1951 ) distinguished parties between elite-based parties and mass-based parties.
This 12-volume book, Les Mille et une nuits, contes arabes traduits en français (" Thousand and one nights, Arab stories translated into French "), included stories that were not in the original Arabic manuscript.
in particular, which inspired Derrida as an adolescent, is a famous verse from Gide's Les nourritures terrestres, book IV.
He translated Les Chats, the first known book about cats, written by Augustin Paradis de Moncrif in 1727.
This doomed poet's Les Chants de Maldoror became the seminal work for the Parisian Surrealists of Modigliani's generation, and the book became Modigliani's favourite to the extent that he learnt it by heart.
* Les voyageurs de l ' arc-en-ciel — 1980 illustration & book design by François Olivier
In the three years from 1713 to 1715 he produced three novels -- Effets surprenants de la sympathie ; La Voiture embourbée, and a book which had three titles -- Pharsamon, Les Folies romanesques, and Le Don Quichotte moderne.
He illustrated the book Les Chauves-Souris with Antonio de La Gandara.
In the 1966 book Les Mots et Les Choses ( The Order of Things ), philosopher Michel Foucault devotes the opening chapter to a detailed analysis of Las Meninas.
The first recorded modern usage of the term can be traced to a 1699 book entitled Les Aventures de Telemaque, by the French writer François Fénelon In the book the lead character is that of Mentor.

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