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Science Girl. -- United States : Team Science, 2011- . -- ill.
   ; 26 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Sept. 2011). -- Superheroine
   genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.: PN6728.8.T4S35
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Science Girl Double Feature. -- United States : Team Science,
   2012. -- 20 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- Superheroine genre. --
   Call no.: PN6728.8.T4S353 2012
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"Science Has Proved that When People Have Lived Together for a
   Period of Time They Get to Look Alike!"* (Moon Mullins,
   1928) / Frank Willard. p. 155 in The Smithsonian Collection
   of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill Blackbeard and Martin
   Williams (Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press,
   1977). -- 55th in a sequence of 57 dailies reprinted here.
   -- Summary: Mamie wonders if she should have taken Willie
   back after his 20 year absence, and science convinces her
   to send him away again. -- Call no.: folio PN6726.S5 1977
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"Science Helps Fight Crime" / HCB. 5 p. in Catholic Comics, v.
   1, no. 9 (Feb. 1947). -- Summary: On Alphonse Bertillon's
   system of body measurement, fingerprinting, laundry marks,
   tire treads, and blood, hair and ballistics identification.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.C3C3v.1no.9
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Science Heroes.
   Top 10 : the Forty-Niners / Alan Moore, writer ; Gene Ha,
   artist ; Art Lyon, colorist ; Todd Klein, lettering, logos
   and design. -- La Jolla, Calif. : Americas Best Comics,
   2005. -- 1 v. : col. ill. 26 cm. -- "A prequel to Top 10."
   -- Summary (from SkyRiver): The year is 1949, and
   science-heroes and war champions are gathering in the city
   of Neopolis, now under construction as a home for those
   with extra-human powers and talents. One of those heroes is
   a very young ace pilot, Steve Traynor, also known as
   Jetlad, fresh from the battle-torn skies of Europe, and
   anxious for a new life and career. With him is his former
   enemy combatant Leni Muller, the Sky Witch, ready to prove
   herself worthy of the chance given to her in Neopolis. They
   are hardly prepared for the challenges facing the
   experimental city. Science crime and unearthly gang
   violence has swiftly followed the heroes into this new,
   wide-open environment. Will their courage and skills be
   enough for the tasks ahead? -- Superhero genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6727.H2T6 2005
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Science in Animated Films.
   "Cat in the Hat Helps Kids With Science, Seuss-style" /
   Mike Hughes. p. 3c in The Lansing State Journal, September
   6, 2010. -- An article about a new cartoon series on PBS
   called "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That", that is
   meant to get kids excited about science. -- Call no.: folio
   NC1765.S39 2010
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Science in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   "Absent-Mindedness, Mustaches, and the Cold War : The Image
   of Science in Hergé's Professor Calculus and Franquin's
   Count of Champignac" / Fabrice Leroy. p. 205-217 in
   International Journal of Comic Art, v. 4, no. 1 (Spring
   2002). -- Includes illustrations and bibliographical
   references. -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.4no.1
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Science in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   "An 'F' in Science" / Frederick Y. Wiselogle. p. 10A in
   Lansing State Journal, Feb. 11, 2000. -- Letter to the
   editor disputing science explanation in the newspaper, and
   suggesting the transfer of "these gross distortions... to
   the comic pages." -- Call no.: PN6710.S35 2000
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Science in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   Index entry (p. 221-232, 370) to Principes des Littératures
   Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2,
   2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Science in Manga.
   Index entry (p. 29) in Manga: an Anthology of Global and
   Cultural Perspectives, ed. by Toni Johnson-Woods
   (Continuum, 2010). -- Call no.: PN6790.J3M265 2010
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"Science in the Sky" 3 p. in Science Comics, no. 1 (Mar. 1951)
   1. Flying machines--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Aeronautics--Comic books, strips, etc. k. The Sky. Call
   no.: PN6734.S345no.1
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Science in Your Future. -- Schenectady, NY : Educational
   Department, General Electric Company, 1956. -- 16 p. : col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Adventures in Science Series)
   1. Science and civilization--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Educational comic books, strips, etc. I. General Electric
   Company. II. Series. Call no.: PN6728.2.G4S35
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"Science is Champ" / Quincy Howe. 2 p. text in Detective
   Comics, no. 154 (Dec. 1949). -- Data from Bill Wormstedt,
   Bob Klein, Mike Tiefenbacher, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: film 15791r.269
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Science is in the Air : an inspirational textbook told almost
   exclusively in pictures / artists, Ray Evans, Jr., Robert
   Powell ; authors, Ray Evans, Jr., Alfred M. Klein ; ed. by
   William J. de Grouchy. -- New York : Street and Smith,
   1947. -- 158 p. : ill., maps ; 20 cm.
   1. Aeronautics--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Evans, Ray.
   II. De Grouchy, William John, 1889- III. Powell, Robert.
   IV. Klein, Alfred M. V. Street and Smith. Call no.:
   TL549.D4 1947
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Science Marches On (Sept. 24, 1964)
   "Animals That Can See In The Dark" (Science Marches On) /
   Pete Hironaka p. 15-17 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact,
   v. 20, no. 2 (Sept. 24, 1964). -- Educational funny animal
   feature, about night vision. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.20no.2
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Science Marches On (Oct. 22, 1964)
   "Science Marches On, with Gunther Q. Mouse and Murphy" /
   illus. by Pete Hironaka. p. 35 in Treasure Chest of Fun &
   Fact, v. 20, no. 4 (Oct. 22, 1964). -- Describes the
   Gateway Arch, at St. Louis, Mo., then under construction.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.20no.4
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Science Marches On (Dec. 17, 1964)
   "Science Marches On with Gunther Q. Mouse and Murphy" /
   illus. by Pete Hironaka. p. 15-17 in Treasure Chest of Fun
   & Fact, v. 20, no. 8 (Dec. 17, 1964). -- Description of the
   French plan to harness tidal energy. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.20no.8
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"Science Marches On" (Barefootz) 3 p. in Howard Cruse's
   Barefootz Funnies, no. 3 (Dec. 1979). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.45.K5B33no.3
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Science Museum in a Book.
   Explorabook : a Kids' Science Museum in a Book / John
   Cassidy, The Exploratorium. -- Palo Alto, Calif. : Klutz
   Press, 1991. -- 100 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm. --
   Includes activities in magnetism, light wave craziness,
   optical illusions, hair dryer science, and bacterial
   stories. -- Includes a story from Batman, no. 25 (1944),
   "Knights of Knavery," reduced on p. 16 with magnifying
   sheet for reading. -- Call no.: Q164.C39 1991
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Science Narratives and Representations of Physics in the
   Spider-Man Film Trilogy.
   "Hegemonic Implications of Science in Popular Media :
   Science Narratives and Representations of Physics in the
   Spider-Man Film Trilogy" / Lisa Holderman. p. 53-62 in
   Web-Spinning Heroics : Critical Essays on the History and
   Meaning of Spider-Man (Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co.,
   Publishers, 2012). -- Call no.: PN6728.A5 Z5W28 2012
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"Science Oddities" 1 p. in Science Comics, no. 1 (Jan. 1946).
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.H8S36no.1
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The Science of Comedy at the Walt Disney Studio.
   "Laughter by Numbers : the Science of Comedy at the Walt
   Disney Studio" / Susan Ohmer. p. 109-126 in Funny Pictures
   : Animation and Comedy in Studio-Era Hollywood (Berkeley :
   University of California Press, 2011). -- Call no.:
   NC1766.U5F86 2011
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Science of drawn literature.
   Index entry (p. 369) to Principes des Littératures
   Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2,
   2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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The Science of Faith.
   Hellshock / written and illustrated by Jae Lee ; painted by
   Jose Villarrubia. -- Fullerton, CA : Image Comics,
   1997-1998. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 3 nos. --
   Contents: 1. A Kairos moment. ; 2. The milk of Paradise. ;
   3. The science of faith. -- Horror genre. -- LIBRARY HAS:
   no. 1-3. -- Call no.: PN6728.6 .I45H42 1997
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Science of literature.
   Index entry (p. 320-321) to Principes des Littératures
   Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2,
   2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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The Science of Superheroes / Lois Gresh, Robert Weinberg. --
   Hoboken, N.J. : J. Wiley, 2002. -- 200 p. ; 25 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-188) and index.
   -- Call no.: PN6714.G72 2002
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The Science of Superman / Mark Wolverton ; Roger Stern,
   editor. -- New York : Ibooks, 2004. -- 256 p. : ill. ; 24
   cm. -- Book about Superman. -- Call no .: PN6728.S8 Z5W6
   2004
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The Science of Superman.
   "Super Science" / Tim Feran. p. D8 in The Columbus
   Dispatch, June 26, 2006. -- An article about a special on
   The National Geographic Channel called 'The Science of
   Superman'. The show investigates which of Supermans powers
   are plausible based on earthbound laws. -- Call no.: folio
   PN6710.S35 2006
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The Science of Supervillains / Lois H. Gresh, Robert Weinberg.
   -- Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2005. -- 212 p. ; 25
   cm. -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-203) and
   index. -- Book about superhero comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6714.G723 2005
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The Science of the X-Men / Link Yaco and Karen Harber ; edited
   by Dwight Jon Zimmerman. -- New York : BP Books, 2001. --
   288 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Call no.: PN6725.Y26 2001
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Science of Un-naming Objects.
   Uncle Gabby / written and drawn by Tony Millionaire ; with
   colors by Jim Campbell. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse
   Books, 2004. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- (Tony
   Millionaire's Sock Monkey) -- Summary (from SkyRiver): The
   Sock Monkey has returned from the University and his study
   of the Science of Un-naming Objects. He begins a
   sentimental journey of his childhood home, but not
   everything is as he remembers and he must face a
   heart-breaking reality. -- Funny animal genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.M52U5 2004
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"Science Pays Off" 2 p. text in Captain America Comics, no. 62
   (May 1947). -- Data from Lou Mougin and Tony R. Rose via
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.180
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Science Pirates.
   Nemo : Heart of Ice / written by Alan Moore ; illustrated
   by Kevin O'Neill. -- Marietta, GA : Top Shelf Productions ;
   London : Knockabout, 2013. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. --
   Summary (from publisher's website via SkyRiver): It's 1925,
   fifteen long years since Janni Dakkar first tried to escape
   the legacy of her dying science-pirate father, only to
   accept her destiny as the new Nemo, captain of the
   legendary Nautilus. Now, tired of her unending spree of
   plunder and destruction, Janni launches a grand expedition
   to surpass her father's greatest failure: the exploration
   of Antarctica. Hot on her frozen trail are a trio of genius
   inventors, hired by an influential publishing tycoon to
   retrieve the plundered valuables of an African queen. It's
   a deadly race to the bottom of the world, an uncharted land
   of wonder and horror where time is broken and the mountains
   bring madness. Jules Verne meets H.P. Lovecraft in the
   unforgettable final showdown, lost in the living, beating
   and appallingly inhuman Heart of Ice." -- Adventure story
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6737 .O5N4 2013
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Science Police.
   Legion : Science Police. -- New York : DC Comics, 1998. --
   col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 4 nos. -- Features the
   Legion of Super-Heroes. -- Superhero genre. -- LIBRARY HAS:
   no. 1-4. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.D3L39 1998
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Science Professors.
   "The New Science Professor"* (Beezy) 5 p. in Crack Comics,
   no. 57 (Nov. 1948). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.Q3C7no.57
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Science Projects.
   "Biology is Considered Nonfiction"* (Frazz, June 13, 2002)
   / by Jef Mallett. -- Summary: The author of The Godfather
   was never a mobster, he just made it up. But don't try that
   with a science project. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "science
   projects"
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Science Projects.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Science Projects.
   The Crimson Dynamo Returns! / adapted by D.R. Shealy ;
   based on the episode "Iron Man vs. the Crimson Dynamo" by
   Brandon Auman ; illustrated by Patrick Spaziante. -- New
   York : Random House, 2009. -- 45 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. --
   (Iron Man Armored Adventures) -- (Step into Reading. Step 3
   book) -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Simple text and
   illustrations depict a young Tony Stark as Iron Man, who
   must stop the armored menace known as the Crimson Dynamo
   before helping his friends finish a science project. --
   Superhero fiction. -- Call no.: PN6728 .I76C7 2009
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Science Projects.
   "Grew It For Some Science Project is More Like It!"*
   (Baldo, Oct. 18, 2000) / by Cantu & Castellanos. --
   Summary: Baldo says he's grown a beard, and Gracie rips it
   off. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "beards"
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Science Projects.
   "I'm Using th' Cobwebs for My Science Project, Mom!"* (The
   Ryatts, Sept. 21, 1971) / Jack Elrod. -- Summary: Mom has
   told Tad to clean his room. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "science projects"
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Science Projects.
   It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown / Charles M. Schulz. -- New
   York : Scholastic Book Services, 1975. -- 47 p. : col. ill.
   ; 23 cm. -- (A Charlie Brown Special) -- Summary: Sally is
   at her wit's end due to a science project. She steals a
   bird's nest hoping to end her problems but only succeeds in
   creating more. -- Features Peanuts characters. -- "TJ
   3547". -- Call no.: PN6728.P4 I68 1975c
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Science Projects.
   "My Project Concerns Behavioral Conditioning"* (Arnold,
   Sept. 10, 1986) / by Kevin McCormick. -- Summary: Tommy
   salivates on stage at the science fair. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "science projects"
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Science Projects.
   Recess Pieces / story and art by Bob Fingerman. --
   Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Books, 2006. -- 94 p. : col.
   ill. ; 24 cm. -- Cover title: Bob Fingerman's Recess
   Pieces. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Bad things are brewing
   at school. When a science project goes awry, only the
   prepubescent children are spared the fate of
   zombiefication. But they're not immune to being eaten by
   their zombie schoolmates. -- Horror genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.F514R4 2006
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"Science Rides the Skyways" 5 p. in Real Life Comics, no. 12
   (July 1943). -- "From America comes a clarion answer to the
   minions of dictatorship: Science Will Win The War! Borne on
   the wings of battle-birds, Victory is already in the
   making." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.12
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"Science sans Conscience" (Les Aventures d'Olivier Désormeaux)
   p. 79-84 in Pilote, no. 121 (Juin 1984). -- Call no.:
   PN6748.P53no.121
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"Science Says You're Wrong If You Believe That...." 1/2 p. in
   Tales of the Unexpected, no. 22 (Feb. 1958). -- Illustrated
   facts about the heat of the Sun, digestion, and the motion
   of waves. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3T3no.22
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"Science Says You're Wrong If You Believe That" 1 p. in
   Strange Adventures, no. 101 (Feb. 1959). -- Fact feature.
   -- Begins: "A human being could grow 60 feet tall" -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3S76no.101
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"Science Says You're Wrong If You Believe That" 1 p. in
   Strange Adventures, no. 148 (Jan. 1963). -- Fact feature.
   -- Begins: "Antelope shed their antlers once a year." --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3S76no.148
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Science Secrets.
   "Mr. Wizard's Science Secrets" p. 16-17 in Treasure Chest
   of Fun and Fact, v. 9, no. 8 (Dec. 17, 1953). -- Mister
   Wizard shows "home-made percussion and wind instruments."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.9no.8
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Science Secrets.
   "Mr. Wizard's Science Secrets" p. 33-34 in Treasure Chest
   of Fun and Fact, v. 9, no. 9 (Dec. 31, 1953). -- Shows how
   to make a tin can telephone, and how to tell how far away
   lightning is. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.9no.9
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Science Secrets.
   "Mr. Wizard's Science Secrets" p. 33-34 in Treasure Chest
   of Fun and Fact, v. 9, no. 16 (Apr. 8, 1954). -- About
   swallowing, taking a pulse, and lungs. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.9no.16
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Science Secrets.
   "Mr. Wizard's Science Secrets" p. 20-21 in Treasure Chest
   of Fun and Fact, v. 11, no. 17 (Apr. 19, 1956). -- About
   ice. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.11no.17
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The Science Service / Rian Hughes ; scenario, Hughes-Freeman.
   -- Antwerp : Magic-Strip, 1988. -- 30 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. --
   (Collection Atomium ; no. 24) -- In French, translated from
   the English. -- Parallel cover title: Au Service de la
   Science.
   1. Science fiction comic books, strips, etc. I. Hughes,
   Rian. II. Freeman. III. Au Service de la Science. IV.
   Series. Call no.: PN6737.H8S35 1988
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The Science Service / Rian Hughes ; script by John Freeman. --
   London : Acme Press ; Forestville, Calif. : Eclipse Comics,
   1989. -- 30 p. : ill. (blue and black) ; 25 cm. --
   (Collection Atomic Comics ; 1) -- Science fiction genre. --
   Call no.: PN6737.H8S35 1989
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"Science Shops" / art, Martin Naydel. 1 p. in Detective
   Comics, no. 163 (Sept. 1950). -- A cartoon. -- Data from
   Bill Wormstedt, Bob Klein, Mike Tiefenbacher, et al. via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: film 15791r.269
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"Science Sketches" 1 p. in Science Comics, no. 1 (Mar. 1951)
   -- CONTENTS: "Science Uses Atomic Energy" ; "Rockets
   Collect Atmospheric Samples" ; "Firefighters Keep Cool".
   I. [Each title] k. Atomic Energy. k. Atmospheric Samples.
   k. Heat shielding. Call no.: PN6734.S345no.1
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"Science-Snaps" (educational panels) 1 p. in Wonder Woman, no.
   31 (Sept./Oct. 1948) -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3W6 no.31
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"Science Solves a Crime" 2 p. text in Power Comics, no. 3
   (Aug. 1945). -- Data from Lou Mougin, Gregory Fischer,
   James Ludwig, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.H6P6no.3
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Science Tales.
   Thrilling Science Tales. -- Longwood, FL : AC Comics,
   1989-1990. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 1 - no.
   2. -- (AC Collector Classics) -- Science fiction genre. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-2. -- Call no.: PN6728.5.A5T46
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Science Teachers.
   "Bless My Bones" (Wilbur) 7 p. in Wilbur Comics, no. 14
   (Aug. 1947). -- Summary: Miss Gargle, the science teacher,
   loans Red and Wilbur a skeleton for a club initiation. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.A7W5no.14
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Science Teachers.
   "Formula for Success!" 1 p. in House of Mystery, no. 82
   (Jan. 1959). -- Begins: "That boy's a born musician!" --
   Summary: A science teacher has a talk with a dad who wants
   his son to be an engineer. -- "Published as a public
   service in cooperation with the National Social Welfare
   Assembly." -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3H6no.82
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Science Teachers.
   Miracle Girls / by Nami Akimoto. -- Los Angeles : Tokyopop,
   2001-2003. -- ill. ; 17 cm. -- Complete in 9 vols. --
   "Identical twins Toni and Mika have a secret, they have
   psychic powers! They can communicate with each other
   telepathically, and when they're together, they can
   teleport. When tom-boy Toni switches places with brainy
   Mika, comic and romantic mishaps ensue. Mika's creepy
   science teacher, Mr. K, is onto their secret and follows
   them around with a camera trying to get proof." -- LIBRARY
   HAS: v. 1-9. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 A37M5 2001
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Science Uses Atomic Energy.
   "Science Sketches" 1 p. in Science Comics, no. 1 (Mar.
   1951) -- CONTENTS: "Science Uses Atomic Energy" ; "Rockets
   Collect Atmospheric Samples" ; "Firefighters Keep Cool".
   I. [Each title] k. Atomic Energy. k. Atmospheric Samples.
   k. Heat shielding. Call no.: PN6734.S345no.1
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Science vs. Magic.
   "The Demon: Science vs. Magic" / by Robert L. Bryant Jr. p.
   23 in The Jack Kirby Collector, no. 13 (Dec. 1996)
   1. The Demon. I. Bryant, Robert L. II. Science vs. Magic.
   k. Magic. Call no.: PN6727.K53J28no.13
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"Science Wins Again" 1 p. in Airboy Comics, v. 9, no. 4 (May
   1952) -- SUMMARY: A disheveled spy follows Professor
   Tomicbomb into a barber college by mistake, and gets a
   forcible haircut: "You scientists are mad!"
   k. Disheveled Spies. k. Spies. k. Professors. k. Atomic
   bomb. k. Barber colleges. k. Haircuts. Call no.: Film
   15791, r.33
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Science with Dr. Radium.
   Gakk, Choke, Blurg! : It's Science with Dr. Radium / by
   Scott Saavedra. -- San Jose, Calif. : Slave Labor Graphics,
   1994. -- 93 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Another Dr. Radium
   collection!" -- "Originally published in comic book form as
   'It's Science With Dr. Radium Special #1,' and 'Dr. Radium
   and the Gizmos of Boola Boola'." -- Call no.: PN6727.S13G3
   1994
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"Sciences" / Caran d'Ache. 1 p. in Caran d'Ache : Histoires en
   Images (Paris : Pierre Horay, 1979). -- Call no.:
   NC1499.F34 1979
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Sciences.
   "Guru Tegh Bahadur : the Gentle Sikh Warrior" / script,
   Ramkrishna Sudhakar ; illustrations, Ranjana ; editor,
   Anant Pai. p. 1-31 in Amar Chitra Katha, no. 694 (1976,
   2010 printing). -- (Visionaries) -- Summary from back
   cover: "The 13-year-old fought as valiantly as a lion and
   his proud father dubbed him Tegh Bahadur, or Brave Knight
   of the Sword. But this lad also loved the arts, had studied
   the sciences, and enjoyed spending time in prayer and
   meditation. Moreover, he was truly selfless, and it was
   this quality that made him such a fitting leader of men,
   even in his death." -- Call no.: PN6790 .I54A5no.694
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Sciences Humaines.
   Le Monde Étonnant des Bandes Dessinées / Jacques Marny ;
   préface de René Goscinny. -- Paris : Éditions du Centurion,
   1968. -- 295 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- (Sciences Humaines) --
   Includes bibliography (p. 291-293) and index. -- Call no.:
   PN6710.M29 1968
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Sciences Naturelles--Reviews.
   "L'Horreur Adolescente" / Erwin Dejasse. p. 138 in 9e art :
   Les Cahiers du Musée de la Bande Dessinée, no. 4 (Jan.
   1999). -- (Comptes Rendus) -- Reviews Black Hole 1:
   Sciences Naturelles (Charles Burns). -- Call no.: folio
   PN6700.N44no.4
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Scienthorology.
   Rich Johnston's Scienthorology / written by Rich Johnston ;
   art by Michael Netzer. -- Los Angeles, CA : Boom! Studios,
   2012. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "#1, April 2012." --
   Thor parody. -- Superhero and parody genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.8.B6R497 2012
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Scientific Advances.
   "Murdock's Brain!" / Joe Maneely, art. 5 p. in Weird Wonder
   Tales, no. 2 (Feb. 1974) ; reprinted from Marvel Tales, no.
   126 (Aug. 1954) ; reprinted in Sinister Tales, no. 189
   (1970s). -- Summary: Murdock invents a serum that will
   preserve his brain even though his body appears dead
   because he hopes to avoid atomic war that is impending.
   Peace breaks out and scientific advances occur that allow
   immortality, but Murdock lies in a coffin appearing dead
   but really just thinking. -- Data from Lou Mougin, Dan
   Kocher, Terry Watkins, Tony R. Rose, Michael J. Vassallo et
   al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.4.M3W4no.2
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Scientific Adventure.
   Index entry (p. 25, 29) in Manga: an Anthology of Global
   and Cultural Perspectives, ed. by Toni Johnson-Woods
   (Continuum, 2010). -- Call no.: PN6790.J3M265 2010
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Scientific Adventure.
   "Thrilling Scientific Adventure" / Rippee. p. 27 in Fire
   Sale : a Benefit for Larry Todd (Auburn, CA : Rip Off
   Press, 1989). -- Call no.: PN6727.T564F5 1989
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Scientific American.
   Index entry (p. 155) in Dangerous Drawings, ed. by Andrea
   Juno (New York : Juno Books, 1997). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D245 1997
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Scientific Bureau of Investigation.
   Index entry (p. 325) in The Comic-Book Book, ed. by Don
   Thompson & Dick Lupoff (Krause Publications, 1998). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.T5 1998
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"Scientific Chicken Feed"* (Hey Look) / H. Kurtzman. 1 p. in
   Witzend, no. 2 (1967) -- Begins: "What are you doing? I'm a
   scientific farmer."
   1. Chickens--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Agriculture--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Kurtzman, Harvey.
   k. Chicken feed. Call no.: PN6728.W48no.2
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"Scientific Comics" / created by Thomas Gasparotti. 3 p. in
   Compost Comics, no. 1 (1973?). -- "Cont'd. next issue." --
   Call no.: PN6728.45.A2C3 1973
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Scientific Comics Analysis.
   "Aspects of a Scientific Comics Analysis" / by Christian H.
   Freitag. p. 28 in Comic Media, v. 2, no. 3 (=whole no. 10)
   (Sept. 1973). -- (Spotlight on Europe) -- A German writer
   discusses the necessity for a descriptive science of
   comics. -- Call no.: PN6700.C595no.10
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Scientific Crime Detection.
   Dick Tracy's Dilemma [videorecording] -- Hall Roach Studios
   Film Classics Inc., 1985. -- 1 videocassette (VHS) (62
   min.) : sd., b&w. ; 1/2 in. -- Summary: Comic strip
   detective Dick Tracy meets the notorious criminal known
   only as the Hook. Using his artifical hand as a lethal
   weapon, The Hook leaves a dead night watchman at the site
   of a million dollar fur robbery. Applying his special brand
   of scientific crime detection, Tracy tracks down the crooks
   and the furs. Ralph Byrd, the most famous screen Dick
   Tracy, reprises in his most popular role. -- Originally
   released by RKO Radio Pictures, 1947. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.D5D55 1985
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Scientific Crime Detection.
   "Six Tiny Threads" 5 p. in Real Clue Crime Stories (British
   ed.), no. [1] (1951). -- Begins: "Certain crime cases were
   the outstanding stepping stones that aided importantly in
   the development of scientific crime detection. One of the
   best examples was a French case of 1900 that we now witness
   in its early stages, as an excited bank official calls
   Monsieur Bertillon of the Paris Surete." -- Call no.:
   PN6738.R33no.1
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Scientific Crime Waves.
   "The Weirdest Scientific Crime Wave of the Country"* (Magno
   and Davey) / Ferstadt. 13 p. in Super-Mystery Comics, v. 3,
   no. 6 (Oct. 1943). -- Call no.: Film 15791r.199
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"The Scientific Crook-Catcher" (Detective Chimp) / John
   Broome, script ; Carmine Infantino, art. 6 p. in The
   Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 29 (Sept./Oct. 1956)
   ; reprinted in DC Special, no. 1 (Oct./Dec. 1968). --
   Summary: In a tale that he narrates personally, Bobo
   disguises himself as a human in order to capture Larry the
   Lynx. -- Data from Gene Reed via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.607
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Scientific Design.
   "Battling Snowman" 2 p. text in Our Fighting Forces, no. 10
   (Apr./May 1956). -- Begins: "Navy men who are being trained
   to live and fight in the last two large unconquered areas
   on Earth, the Arctic and Antarctic, are supplied with the
   very latest in scientifically designed clothes and
   equipment." -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3 O87no.10
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Scientific Discoveries.
   "Amazing New Scientific Discovery Curls and Waves Hair in
   Minutes Without Permanent Waving" / Richard Martin
   Fletcher. 1 p. in Archie Comics, no. 38 (May/June 1949). --
   Advertising strip for Marelene's Minit Curl Curl Caps. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.A7A7m no.38
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Scientific Dog. -- Studio City, CA : Scientific Dog Inc., . --
   ill. ; 22 cm. -- Alternative genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. -4
   (1999). -- Call no.: PN6728.55.S352S35
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Scientific Expeditions.
   At the Mountains of Madness : a Graphic Novel / text
   adapted and illustrated by I.N.J. Culbard ; adapted from
   the original novel by H.P. Lovecraft. -- Toronto :
   Sterling, 2012. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- Originally
   published by SelfMadeHero in 2010. -- Summary (from
   SkyRiver): This is a tale of terror. The barren, windswept
   interior of the Antarctic plateau was lifeless or so the
   expedition from Miskatonic University thought. Then they
   found strange fossils of unheard-of-creatures, carved
   stones tens of millions of years old and, finally, the
   unspeakable, mind-twisting terror of the City of the Old
   Ones. -- Horror genre, about a scientific expedition. --
   Call no.: PN6737.C77A88 2012
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Scientific Expeditions.
   "Congo Giants at Bay" (Sheena, Queen of the Jungle) / by W.
   Morgan Thomas ; art by Robert Webb. 15 p. in Jumbo Comics,
   no. 131 (Jan. 1950) ; reprinted in Best of the Golden Age
   Sheena Queen of the Jungle, no. 2 (2008). -- Title from
   cover. -- Begins: "Was there an ancient land lying hidden
   deep in the jungle fastness?" -- Summary (by Ed Gildner):
   Is there a prehistoric land hidden deep in the jungles of
   Africa? A scientific expedition tries to find out, but it
   is lured into a trap by a former Nazi scientist and his
   faux prehistoric men and creatures. Throw in a young widow,
   a "special high frequency revivification ray," tracking
   cats, zebra-arabian hybrids and petrified sub-humans, and
   chaos ensues. Luckily Sheena is able to save the day. After
   all, she is swifter than a cobra! -- Data from Lou Mougin,
   Henry Steele, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.F5J8no.131
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Scientific Expeditions.
   "Flight to the Interior"* (Jungle Wings) / Sid Quinn Jr. p.
   3-8 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 4, no. 14 (Mar.
   8, 1949). -- Begins: "Dennis and Rick Steele are preparing
   to fly into the jungle on a new scientific expedition." --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.4no.14
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Scientific Expeditions.
   "Rear Admiral Charles Wilkes" 7 p. in It Really Happened,
   no. 4 (1944). -- "Leader of America's first scientific
   naval expedition to the South Pacific's small islands, Rear
   Admiral Charles Wilkes mapped the beaches and atolls so
   important today." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.W5 I8no.4
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Scientific Expeditions.
   "O Sabio e os Elefantes" / A.B.J. p. 1 in O Tico-Tico :
   Jornal das Crianças, no. 3 (Oct. 25, 1905). -- Summary (by
   M. Harbeck): The sage Kienkiviski is on a scientific
   exploration in Asia and wants to take a bath in a pond when
   suddenly a group of elephants arrive emptying the pond
   because they have been thirsty. They leave, taking the
   sage's clothes with them, but he is just relieved that they
   didn't drink him. -- Call no.: PN6790.B74T46no.3
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Scientific Expeditions.
   "Voyage of Mystery : Adventurer and Scientist Count de la
   Perouse sailed the Pacific for Three Years, then Vanished"
   4 p. in True Comics, no. 12 (May 1942) ; reprinted (p.
   102-105) in Children's Digest, no. 36 (Mar. 1954). --
   Begins: "In 1785, Louis VI of France ordered Count de la
   Perouse to head a great scientific expedition." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.12. Call no.: AP201.C47no.36
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Scientific Experimentation.
   Observorman. -- 196? -- 8 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Topic:
   Scientific experimentation. -- Genre: Educational. -- Call
   no.: Q182.3.M3 1960z
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Scientific Experiments.
   Pubo / by Leland Purvis. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse
   Comics, 2002-2003. -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 3 nos.
   -- Summary (from SkyRiver): A victim of a cruel scientific
   experiment that made his physical features directly
   proportional to the proximity of his nerve endings, Pubo
   escaped to the distant North American rain forest. --
   Science fiction genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-3. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.7.D34P8 2002
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Scientific Fact.
   "Work and Win : Prophetic Fiction is the Mother of
   Scientific Fact" / by Steve Stiles. p. 74 in Heavy Metal,
   v. 5, no. 10 (Jan. 1982). -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.5no.10
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"Scientific Farmers" (Colonel Corn and Korny Kobb) 4 p. in
   Nyoka the Jungle Girl, no. 48 (Oct. 1950). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.F3J8no.48
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Scientific Farming.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Scientific Institutions.
   "J.R.D. Tata : the Quiet Conqueror" / script, Margie Sastry
   ; illustrations, Souren Roy ; editor, Anant Pai. p. 1-32 in
   Amar Chitra Katha, no. 735 (2004, 2010 printing). --
   (Visionaries) -- Summary from back cover: "A reputed
   national airline, world-renowned scientific and medical
   institutions, an industrial empire catering to a nation's
   needs from tea to trucks and from cosmetics to common salt,
   how did he achieve so much? With hard work, humility and
   value for tradition, but also with an overwhelming desire
   for progress. Moreover, his spirt of adventure soared
   higher than the plans he so skilfully piloted." -- "The
   script is based on the book Beyond the Last Blue Mountain,
   A Life of J.R.D. Tata, by R.M. Lala (Penguin Books, 1992).
   -- Call no.: PN6790 .I54A5no.735
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Scientific Inventions.
   "The Man Who Stole the Future" (Challengers of the Unknown)
   / Dave Wood and Jack Kirby, script ; Jack Kirby and Wally
   Wood, art. 12 p. in Challengers of the Unknown, no. 8
   (June/July 1959) ; reprinted in Super DC Giant, no. S-25
   (July/Aug. 1971). -- Summary: June Robbins' friend Marie
   comes to meet the Challengers and ask them to investigate
   weird events in her home country of Mordania. There they
   meet and fight the evil Drabny, whose scientific inventions
   have enabled him to take over Mordania. -- Data from Bob
   Klein, Clayton Emery, Gregory Fischer, et al. via Grand
   Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3C47no.8
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Scientific Knowledge.
   The Remarkable Worlds of Professor Phineas B. Fuddle /
   writer, Boaz Yakin ; artist, Erez Yakin ; letterer,
   Comicraft ; colorist and separator, Angus McKie. -- New
   York : DC Comics/Paradox Press, 2000. -- ill. ; 26 cm. --
   "When Victorian London's most brilliant but mad inventor,
   Professor Phineas B. Fuddle, builds a time-travel machine
   in order to share his scientific knowledge with the great
   civilizations of antiquity, he has only the best
   intentions: to save humanity from its own self-destructive
   ways by bolstering its past." -- Complete in 4 books. --
   Science fiction genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: bk. 1-4. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.7.D3R43 2000
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Scientific Mafia.
   The Clone Conspiracy / uncovered, verified and written by
   Allan Gross ; art by Mark Wheatley, Marc Hempel and Damon
   Willis. -- Baltimore, MD : Insight Studios Group, 1998. --
   ca. 200 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Some of the material in this
   book originally appeared in issues 1-5 of the comic book
   series Doctor Cyborg." -- Summary: "This action adventure
   story proves once and for all that the secret of cloning
   arose from an ancient civilization, passing through the
   hands of Moses, Jesus, the mysterious man known as
   Shakespeare and even John F. Kennedy before falling into
   the possession of a splinter group of the Freemasons.
   Hidden ciphers lead to a trail of treachery, murder and
   deceit that infected the superpower governments of the Cold
   War, corrupted pious religious leaders and spawned a
   scientific and academic Mafia that jealously guarded our
   society's most terrible secret." -- Call no.:
   PN6727.G759C55 1998
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"Scientific Massage" / Gaccione. 5 p. in Yellow Dog Comix, no.
   18 (v. 2, no. 5) (1970). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7Y4no.18
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Scientific Measurements.
   "Amazing Ratios!" 1 p. in Strange Adventures, no. 148 (Jan.
   1963). -- Applied mathematics fact feature. -- Begins:
   "Scientific measurements have determined that" -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3S76no.148
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Scientific method applied to comics analysis.
   Index entry (p. 10, 69, 84, 151, 261, 313, 321) to
   Principes des Littératures Dessinées / Harry Morgan
   (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2, 2003). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.M57 2003
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Scientific Methods.
   "The Unseen Clue!" 4 p. in Gang Busters, no. 54 (Oct.-Nov.
   1956). -- Begins: "The modern police force makes use of
   amazing scientific methods to trap criminals, but
   detectives must still depend upon a quick and roving eye to
   spot the unseen clue." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3G3no.54
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Scientific Minds.
   "Machine from Nowhere" / art, Harry Harrison. p. 205-210 in
   Spawn of Mars, and Other Stories (Seattle, WA :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2015) ; reprinted from Weird Science,
   no. 14 (Sept.-Oct. 1950). -- Begins: "The World was menaced
   while the greatest scientific minds of the century
   frantically sought the answer to the mysterious Machine
   from Nowhere." -- Call no.: PN6727.W6S63 2015
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Scientific Names.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Scientific objectivity of criticism.
   Index entry (p. 23) to Principes des Littératures Dessinées
   / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2, 2003). --
   Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Scientific Odds.
   "A Snowman in Death Valley"* (Drabble, Apr. 8, 1986) / by
   Kevin Fagan. -- Summary: A scientific odds chart helps dad
   understand his chances of winning the Polecat Lottery. --
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "odds"
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Scientific Phantasmagoria.
   Captain Swing and the Electrical Pirates of Cindery Island
   / written by Warren Ellis ; illustrated by Raulo Caceres ;
   with colors by Digikore. -- Rantoul, Ill. : Avatar Press,
   2011. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "In the London of
   1830, newly-minted copper Charlie Gravel keeps seeing
   things he's not supposed to: a crooked Bow Street Runner
   with a flintlock revolver, high-flying vessels that are not
   supposed to fly, and the violent Scientific Phantasmagoria
   popularly known as Spring-Heeled Jack. With the coming of
   Captain Swing and his Electrical Pirates, history shall
   never be the same!" -- Science fiction genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6777.C23C3 2011
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Scientific Progress Goes "Boink" : a Calvin and Hobbes
   Collection / by Bill Watterson. -- Kansas City, Mo. :
   Andrews and McMeel, 1991. -- 127 p. :  ill. ; 23 cm. --
   Funny kid genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.C25S356 1991
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Scientific Progress Goes Boink?
   The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes : a Calvin and Hobbes
   Treasury / by Bill Watterson. -- Kansas City, MO : Andrews
   and McMeel, 1992. -- 255 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. --
   Includes strips from The Revenge of the Baby-Sat, and
   Scientific Progress Goes Boink? -- Call no.: PN6728.C25 I5
   1992
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Scientific Progress Goes Boink?--Reviews.
   "Calvin & Hobbes are at it Again" / Ray Walsh. p. 9E in
   Lansing State Journal, Sept. 15, 1991. -- Review of the
   Calvin and Hobbes book collection, Scientific Progress Goes
   Boink. -- Call no.: folio PN6710.S35 1991
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Scientific Questions.
   Dr. Radium Battles Phill, King of the Pill Bugs! / by Scott
   Saavedra. -- San Jose, CA : Amaze Ink, 2003. -- 112 p. :
   ill. ; 22 cm. -- (The Dr. Radium Collection ; v. 1) --
   "Originally published as Dr. Radium Man of Science # 1-5."
   -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Dr. Radium, a lone scientist
   alive in a future world recklessly seeks answers to his
   scientific questions with the help of Penny, a girl from
   the past. Unfortunately, he keeps getting distracted by
   giant rats, screaming dinosaurs, and Phill, the King of the
   Pill Bugs. Includes a previously unpublished story. --
   Science fiction genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.S13B3 2003
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Scientific Records.
   "Taboo! The Thing from the Murky Swamp!" / Jack Kirby,
   pencils ; Dick Ayers, inks. 7 p. in Weird Wonder Tales, no.
   13 (Dec. 1975) ; reprinted from Strange Tales, no. 75 (June
   1960) ; reprinted again in Where Monsters Dwell, no. 2
   (Mar. 1970). -- Summary: Popular adventure writer Lewis
   Conrad finds a giant mud creature from another planet
   stranded in a Brazilian swamp. For nefarious purposes, the
   alien tricks Conrad into bringing him all Earth's
   scientific records, but the alien is destroyed by an H-bomb
   hidden in the records. -- Data from Lou Mougin, Dan Kocher,
   Terry Watkins, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.4.M3W4no.13
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Scientific Research.
   Battle against Doc Ock / by Jennifer Frantz ; illustrated
   by Andie Tong ; colors by Jeremy Roberts. -- New York :
   HarperFestival, 2009. -- 1 v.: col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- (The
   Amazing Spider-Man) -- Summary (from SkyRiver): The famous
   Doctor Otto Octavius now known as Doctor Octopus plans to
   use his years of scientific research to dominate the world.
   Spider-Man must draw on both his powers and his brains to
   overcome the clever scientist and stop this evil scheme
   from becoming reality. -- Superhero genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.A5B33 2009
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Scientific Research.
   "The League for Learning : The Story of the Institutum Divi
   Thomae" 8 p. in Topix, v. 6, no. 11 (July 1948). -- Begins:
   "The Institutum Divi Thomae, an organization devoted to
   scientific research, was developed and is now directed by
   Dr. George Speri Sperti." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.C3T6v.6no.11
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Scientific Research.
   "Peter Puptent, Explorer" / Henry Boltinoff. 2 p. in Super
   DC Giant, no. S-13 (Sept./Oct. 1970). -- Begins: "No
   scientific research has been" -- Data from Dan Kocher, Mike
   Nielsen, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.4.N3S765no.13
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Scientific Research Reports.
   "Professor Gregory Black's Scientific Research Reports" 1
   p. in Science Comics, no. 1 (Mar. 1951) -- Illustrated
   question and answer filler.
   I. Scientific Research Reports. Call no.: PN6734.S345no.1
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Scientific Romances.
   Index entry (p. 21) in Bonzer : Australian Comics
   1900-1990s, edited by Annette Kay Shiell (Melbourne : Elgua
   Media, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6790.A8 S47 1998
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Scientific Silas.
   Entry (p. 187) in Encyclopedia of Comic Characters, by
   Denis Gifford (Harlow : Longman, 1987). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.G5 1987
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Scientific Thought Group.
   Index entry (p. 97-98, 101, 210) in Adult Manga: Culture
   and Power in Contemporary Japanese Society, by Sharon
   Kinsella (University of Hawai'i Press, 2000). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J3K56 2000
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Scientific Triumphs.
   "The King of Inventors" 6 p. in Real Fact Comics, no. 18
   (Jan.-Feb. 1949). -- Begins: "John Hays Hammond Jr. is the
   most fabulous inventor of our time. During the past four
   decades he has devised more than 800 different inventions.
   Here is the inspiring story of his scientific triumphs,
   conquests that mark him a man of vision, a modern Thomas A.
   Edison!" -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3R4no.18
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"Scientific Type" 1 p. text in My Romantic Adventures, no. 111
   (July 1960). -- Begins: "Leonard Farr had never been
   interested in girls." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A5R6no.111
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Scientific Voyages.
   "He'll Really Set Sail for the Owls Club" (Our Boarding
   House, Dec. 30, 1937) -- Summary: Jason announces what he
   thinks is a bill collector, and Amos says to say he's left
   on a scientific voyage to the Saragossa Sea. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "science and scientists"
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Scientific Weapons.
   "With Love, Mom" (G.I. Joe) 7 p. in G.I. Joe, no. 12 (June
   1952). -- Begins: "Modern wars are fought with
   super-scientific weapons, but science has never found a
   substitute for the human heart, and deep down, even the
   gruffest, toughest-talking GI has a divine spark that,
   properly nourished, can be fanned into a flame of warmth
   for his fellow men. After a lifetime of walking alone, Jim
   Taggert, of Baker Company, found that he, too, could belong
   to someone." -- Call no.: PN6728.2.Z5G2no.12
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"Scientific Word Origins" 1/2 p. in House of Mystery, no. 64
   (July 1957). -- Origins of "amoeba," "robot," and "fossil."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3H6no.64
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"Scientific Word Origins" 1/2 p. fact feature in Mystery in
   Space, no. 42 (Feb./Mar. 1958). -- Quick etymologies of the
   words "Planet," "Climate," and "Vitamin." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3M94no.42
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Scientifically Advanced Civilization.
   "Project ... Survival" / story, William M. Gaines, Al
   Feldstein ; script, Al Feldstein ; art, Wallace Wood. p.
   155-162 in Spawn of Mars, and Other Stories (Seattle, WA :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2015) ; reprinted from Weird Fantasy,
   no. 12 (Mar.-Apr. 1952). -- Begins: "Our story begins at a
   time when the scientifically advanced civilization of Earth
   found itself faced with a bloody and violent civil war! The
   nations of what is now known as Asia Minor had rebelled
   against the world republic, set up their own government,
   and were savagely defending themselves against the world
   republic's armies sent to quell the uprising. Meanwhile, in
   what is now North America, the Amalgamaged Rocket
   Corporation was completing work on the world's first rocket
   ship capable of traveling to the Moon. Luther Morton,
   president of the Amalgamated Rocked Corporation, eyed the
   gleaming space giant as the scientist in charge of its
   construction smiled proudly." -- Call no.: PN6727.W6S63
   2015
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Scientist-Adventurers.
   "The Phosofish and the Serum"* (Captain Gallant and His
   Mini-Sub) 7 p. in Super-Mystery Comics, v. 1, no. 4 (Nov.
   1940). -- Begins: "Captain Gallant, young
   scientist-adventurer, sails the seas in his mini-sub with
   Peg-Leg Parsons, his assistant, and Chop Ching, Oriental
   chief cook and bottlewasher." -- Adventure story genre. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.A2S77m v.1no.4
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"Scientist Blind Dates" (Single Slices, Oct. 17, 1991) / by
   Peter Kohlsaat. -- Summary: She asks about his favorite
   molecules, and he has a bow tie and pocket protector. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "molecules"
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"The Scientist Election"* (Mysta of the Moon) / art: Fran
   Hopper. 8 p. in Planet Comics, no. 48 (May 1947). --
   Appearance of Bron II; villains introduced are Lara (dies),
   Drakon (dies), and Rithor. -- Data from Lou Mougin via the
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m
   no.48
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The Scientist Who Befriended Plants and Metals.
   "Jagadis Chandra Bose : the Scientist Who Befriended Plants
   and Metals" / script, G.R. Kamath & Luis Fernandes ;
   illustrations, Souren Roy ; editor, Anant Pai. p. 1-30 in
   Amar Chitra Katha, no. 699 (1985, 2009 printing). --
   (Visionaries) -- Summary from back cover: "Does metal get
   tired? Do plants have feelings? These are unusual
   questions, but then Jagadis Chandra Bose was an unusually
   gifted man. Born in 1858, the inquisitive youngster was
   kept spellbound by tales of heroism and the mysteries of
   nature. By the time of his death in 1937, he had become a
   world-famous scientist. Not only did he reveal the wonders
   of physics to several generations of students, he made the
   world a much, much more interesting place for the rest of
   us." -- Call no.: PN6790 .I54A5no.699
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Scientists.
   "Abominable Snowman!" / art by John Severin ; script by
   Bill Pearson. 6 p. in Creepy, no. 6 (Dec. 1965) ; reprinted
   in Creepy, the Classic Years (New York : Harris
   Publications, 1991) -- SUMMARY: Scientist/hunters in
   conflict about whether to try to kill their quarry, track
   the Yeti in the Himalayas (Tibet or Nepal). They are
   unsuccessful until they decide to try lethal force, and
   dead once they do try.
   k. Snowmen. k. Scientists. k. Hunters. k. Yeti. k. Tibet.
   k. Nepal. k. Himalayas. k. Lethal force. I. Pearson, Bill.
   II. Severin, John. Call no.: PN6726.C72 1991. Call no.:
   PN6728.3.W3C7no.6
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Scientists.
   After the End / Mark Schultz. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse
   Comics, 2003. -- 156 . : ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Xenozoic Tales ;
   v. 1) -- Summary (from OCLC): The story of scientist Hannah
   Dundee and shaman Jack Tenrec's quest for answers about
   their world and their relationship on a future Earth which
   is torn by violence and reborn dinosaurs. -- Science
   fiction and prehistoric adventure genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.S33A75 2003
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Scientists.
   "Alien Affair" / writer, Cary Bates ; artist, Val Mayerik.
   p. 35-46 in Creepy, no. 109 (July 1979). -- "We scientists
   didn't know they'd once been human! They retained human
   emotions, human passions. But in alien shapes they moved in
   alien ways. They were in love, but we couldn't tell that
   either. Nor did we know how they came to be!" -- Call no.:
   PN6728.3.W3C7no.109
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Scientists.
   "All Of Us Are Scientists" / by Joseph Blair. 2 p. text in
   Science Comics, no. 1 (Jan. 1946). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.H8S36no.1
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Scientists.
   "The Apes Who Could Make Fire" (Captain Marvel) / Otto
   Binder, script ; Pete Costanza, art? 9 p. in Captain Marvel
   Adventures, no. 114 (Nov. 1950). -- Introduction of The Ape
   Mastermind. -- Summary: In central Africa (also called
   "darkest Africa" here) a big game hunter comes upon
   "natives" being driven from their villages by apes with
   firebrands. Captain Marvel checks it out, and indeed the
   apes are occupying human villages and using human weapons.
   Captain Marvel assumes a human trainer is behind this
   behavior. The apes can't talk. Monkeys and chimpanzees are
   also acting this way. Captain Marvel next finds a band of
   white men with firebrands chasing black people, and the men
   tell him how to find their boss, whom they've never seen.
   The "ape mastermind" catches and gags Billy Batson, and
   explains himself. He was born extra intelligent, and knows
   both human speech and ape language. He plans to conquer
   Africa, then the world, because "humans have ruled Earth
   too long!" The ape is about to throw Billy into a fire,
   when the human henchmen arrive, curious to see what their
   boss is like. One of them says, "We aren't low enough to
   turn traitor to the human race by helping apes! It was all
   a mistake!" The ape is put in a cage to be studied by
   scientists for the rest of his "natural life." -- Data from
   Lou Mougin via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791r.34
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Scientists.
   "Army of the Walking Dead!" / art by Syd Shores ; story by
   R. Michael Rosen. p. 25-31 in Creepy, no. 35 (Sept. 1970).
   -- "The insidious skills of a Nazi scientist produce a
   legion of Zombie warriors." -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.35
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Scientists.
   Astro Boy, the Movie / adapted by Tracey West. -- New York
   : Price Stern Sloan, 2009. -- 140 p. : col. ill. ; 20 cm.
   -- On cover and spine: "The novel". -- "In futuristic Metro
   City, a robot with incredible powers is created by a
   brilliant scientist in the image of his lost son. This
   robot is Astro Boy. Alone in the world, Astro must learn
   who his real friends are and how to use his powers for
   good... because one day Metro City will need a hero." --
   Call no.: PN1997.5.A8W4 2009
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Scientists.
   "At the Middle of Cymbiola" / by C. Renard ; illustrated by
   François Schuiten. p. 65-71 in Heavy Metal, v. 6, no. 1
   (Apr. 1982). -- Begins: "For many years, scientists have
   compared weight to a mathematical power: Matter is a desire
   and weight is an expression of it." -- "To be continued."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.6no.1
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Scientists.
   "The Atom, Servant of Man" / Jack Schiff. 1 p. public
   service in Batman, no. 128 (Dec. 1959) ; and in Superboy,
   no. 77 (Dec. 1959). -- Educational page celebrating the
   "radio-isotope," created at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and used
   by scientists in Germany, Japan, Brazil, Canada and
   Nigeria. -- "Published as a public service in cooperation
   with the National Social Welfare Assembly, coordinating
   organization for national health, welfare and recreation
   agencies of the U.S." -- Data from Bill Wormstedt of Grand
   Comic-Book Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.N3B3no.128. Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N3S77no.77
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Scientists.
   Batman : Snow / J.H. Williams III, Dan Curtis Johnson,
   story ; Dan Curtis Johnson, script & dialogue ; Seth
   Fisher, art and original colors ; Dave Stewart, colors ;
   Phil Balsman, letterer. -- New York : DC Comics, 2007. --
   125 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Originally published in
   single magazine form in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight
   192-196." -- Summary (from SkyRiver): At the dawn of his
   crimefighting career, Batman recruits allies to help him
   protect Gotham. But, all that changes when a brilliant
   scientist's desperate attempt to save his terminally ill
   wife goes very wrong and a new villain is born who calls
   himself Mr. Freeze. -- Superhero genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B37S55 2007
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Scientists.
   Batman : Unseen / Doug Moench, writer ; Kelley Jones,
   artist & cover ; Michelle Madsen, colorist ; Pat Brosseau,
   letterer. -- New York : DC Comics, 2010. -- 124 p. : col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Originally published in single magazine
   form in Batman: Unseen 1-5." -- Summary (from SkyRiver):
   Batman finds himself up against an insane scientist who has
   nearly perfected an invisibity formula and is going around
   Gotham killing innocent people. The Caped Crusader is
   prepared to use all of Bruce Wayne's fortune to stop the
   madman, but the ultimate cost may be his own sanity. --
   Superhero genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.B37U53 2010
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Scientists.
   "Ben Franklin was a Great Statesman, a Scientist, an
   Inventor, an Author.." (The Family Circus, Aug. 8, 2003) /
   Bil Keane. -- Summary: The family tours Philadephia, with a
   visit to Franklin's gravesite. -- Original copyright 1984.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Franklin"
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Scientists.
   Benjamin Franklin. -- San Sebastian : Buru Lan, 1973. -- 40
   p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. -- (Gigantes Disney) -- CONTENTS:
   Benjamin Franklin ; Pedro y el lobo.
   1. Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790--Comic books, strips, etc.
   2. Statesmen--Comic books, strips, etc. 3. Printers--Comic
   books, strips, etc. 4. Scientists--Comic books, strips,
   etc. 5. Spanish comics. 6. Funny animal comics. I. Series.
   II. Pedro y el Lobo. III. Peter and the Wolf. Spanish. IV.
   Buru Lan. Call no.: E302.6.F8 B44 1973
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Scientists.
   "Benzene Dreams" / script, Jim Ottaviani ; art, Rick
   Veitch. p. 117-119 in Expo 2000 (Bethesda, Maryland : The
   Expo, 2000). -- About scientist August Kekulé (1829-1896).
   -- Call no.: PN6705.U5S6 2000
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Scientists.
   "The Black Commandos" (Suicide Smith) / art: Joe Doolin. 8
   p. in Wings Comics, no. 20 (Apr. 1942). -- Introduction of
   Mike Dorgan, Gibbs, Capt. Gaines, and a scientist (who
   dies); appearance of Hinda; villains are The Nazis. -- Data
   from Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.F5W5m no.20
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Scientists.
   The Black Hills / by Morris & Goscinny ; translator: Luke
   Spear. -- Canterbury, Kent : Cinebook, 2009. -- 46 p. :
   col. ill. ; 29 cm . -- (A Lucky Luke Adventure ; 16) --
   Translation of Lucky Luke: Les Collines Noires. -- Summary
   (from Global Books in Print via SkyRiver): "The Senate
   decides to settle the fertile lands of Wyoming. Before
   moving in the settlers, they send a committee of four
   scientists, led by Lucky Luke, to survey the territory. One
   senator is strongly opposed to this project and determined
   to sabotage the expedition. However, the Senate has
   overlooked one important fact: The territory is home to the
   Cheyenne Nation, who are determined to defend their land".
   -- Western genre. -- Call no.: PN6747.M64L82113 2009
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Scientists.
   Black Science. -- Berkeley, Calif. : Image Comics, 2013- .
   -- col. ill ; 26 cm. -- Began with no. 1 (Nov. 2013). --
   Summary (from OCLC): Grant McKay, leader of the Anarchist
   League of Scientists, has finally done the impossible: he
   has deciphered Black Science and punched through the
   barriers of reality with his creation, the Pillar. But
   something went wrong, and now Grant and his team are lost,
   barreling through the boundless expanses of the Evererse,
   living ghosts shipwrecked on an infinite ocean of alien
   worlds. The only way is forward. The only question is how
   far are they willing to go to get home again? -- Fantasy
   genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 11 (2014). -- Call no.: PN6728.8
   .I5B545
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Scientists.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "science and scientists"
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Scientists.
   "Boris and the Bomb" / art, Gene Colan. 5 p. in Strange
   Tales, no. 18 (May 1953). -- Summary: A Russian atomic
   scientist gets revenge upon the communists who killed his
   family by making the first Soviet hydrogen bomb appear to
   be a dud, until they come within range and then he ignites
   it. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et
   al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m
   no.18
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Scientists.
   "The Boy Scientist" (Capt. Marvel Jr.) 7 p. in Captain
   Marvel Jr., no. 72 (Apr. 1949). -- Call no.: Film 15791,
   r.62
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Scientists.
   "Breaking Through the Time Barrier" / art, Joe Sinnott. 4
   p. in Strange Stories of Suspense, no. 9 (June 1956). --
   Summary: A scientist has a theory that all time is one and
   aliens land to encourage him to lead the rest of mankind to
   the stars. -- Data from Bob Klein, Jim Walls, Tony R. Rose,
   et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3R8no.9
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Scientists.
   "The Bugs" / art, Larry Woromay. 4 p. in Strange Tales, no.
   13 (Dec. 1952) ; reprinted in Vault of Evil, no. 2 (Apr.
   1973). -- Summary: Alien scientists are disgusted when they
   look at the humans they have collected from Earth under
   their microscopes and recommend that the small planet be
   destroyed. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin
   O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75m no.13
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Scientists.
   CSI : Crime Scene Investigation : Bad Rap / written by Max
   Allan Collins ; pencils and inks by Gabriel Rodriguez ;
   colors by Fran Gamboa ; painted artwork by Ashley Wood ;
   lettered by Robbie Robbins ; edited by Jeff Mariotte. --
   San Diego, CA : IDW Publishing, 2003. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm.
   -- Complete in 5 nos. -- Detective and mystery genre, about
   forensic scientists. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.7 .I15C18 2003
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Scientists.
   "The Cause of Caffeine"* (Arlo & Janis, Sept. 22, 2000) /
   Johnson. -- Summary: Scientists have found the caffeine
   gene and say they can suppress it. Arlo is underwhelmed. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "genetic engineering"
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Scientists.
   Chalk Up Another One : the Best of Sidney Harris / foreword
   by Leon M. Lederman. -- New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers
   University Press, 1990s. -- 146 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   Originally published: Washington, DC : AAAS Press, 1992. --
   Cartoons about science and scientists. -- Call no.:
   NC1429.H33317C47 1990z
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Scientists.
   "The Checkered Demon Rescues an Alien Baby from a Mad
   Scientist" / S. Clay Wilson. 1 p. in Zap Comix, no. 13
   (1994). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7Z3no.13
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Scientists.
   Os Cientistas em Quadrinhos / Jão & cols. -- Brazil :
   Ministério da Ciência e Tecnologia, 2005. -- 19 p. : ill. ;
   22 x 23 cm. -- Strips about scientists, copyright by Jão
   Garcia. -- Call no.: PN6790.B73 J36C5 2005
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Scientists.
   "A Clear Case of Espionage" (Scotland Yard) / Rocco
   Mastroserio, pencils ; Vince Alascia, inks. 6 p. in
   Scotland Yard, no. 4 (Mar. 1956). -- Appearances of
   Inspector Farnsworth and Chipp Cromwell. -- Cover shows an
   annual meeting of atomic scientists. -- Data from Gene Reed
   and Ramon Schenk via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.C47S34no.4
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Scientists.
   Closer / written by Antony Johnston ; illustrated by Mike
   Norton and Leanne Buckley. -- Portland, OR : Oni Press,
   2004. -- 140 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- "Thirty years ago an
   experiment went horribly wrong, leaving one scientist dead
   and several injured. Project Hermes should have signaled a
   triumph--the discovery of true quantum teleportation.
   Instead it was deemed a failure, covered up and forgotten
   by everyone. Everyone except Professor Graham Butcher.
   Tonight, Butcher has invited six people to his remote New
   England home. Together, they will unleash a deadly secret
   from a past that refuses to die." -- Science fiction genre.
   -- Call no.: PN6727.N663C55 2004
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Scientists.
   "The Conquerors of the Moon!" / story, William M. Gaines,
   Al Feldstein ; script, Al Feldstein ; art, Wallace Wood. p.
   119-126 in Spawn of Mars, and Other Stories (Seattle, WA :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2015) ; reprinted from Weird Science,
   no. 11 (Jan.-Feb. 1952). -- Begins: "This story has its
   beginning on that day, not too far in the distant future,
   when the first rocket ship, financed and built by private
   capital, reached Earth's dead satellite, the Moon! This
   huge, expensive project was undertaken by a private
   organization known as The Uranium-Development Corporation!
   As the gleaming giant came to rest upon the Moon's cold,
   barren landscape, a door swung open and a space-suit clad
   scientist, the first Earthman ever to set foot upon the
   Moon, descended to its surface, wedged a stake into a lava
   fissure, and announced: I claim this entire satellite, ever
   square foot of it, as the sole and rightful property of The
   Uranium-Development Corporation!" -- Call no.: PN6727.W6S63
   2015
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Scientists.
   "The Conquest of Diphtheria" / drawn by Gus Herman. 7 p. in
   Real Life Comics, no. 11 (May 1943). -- "Scientists wage a
   war with scalpels and hypodermics, that the children of the
   world might escape the terrible tyranny of diphtheria." --
   About scientists Frederick Loeffler, Emile Roux, and
   Emil-August Behring. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N4R4m no.11
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Scientists.
   "Counseling for Low Self-Esteem"* (Marvin, July 28, 1997) /
   Armstrong. -- Summary: The teacher at the Kiddie Korral
   Daycare asks what they want to be when they grow up: a
   scientist, a doctor, an astronaut, and a car salesman. --
   Key words: Professions, occupations. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Car Salesmen"
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Scientists.
   The Damocles Contract / created, written, and drawn by John
   Byrne ; colored by Ronda Pattison ; lettered by Neil
   Uyetake. -- San Diego, Calif. : IDW Publishing, 2012. -- 90
   p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Cold War ; v. 1) -- "The
   Michael Swann dossier." -- "Originally published as Cold
   War issues #1-4." -- Summary (from SkyRiver): "The secret
   agent is called on to stop a defecting British scientist
   from granting the Soviets complete nuclear dominion over
   the free world, promising ample doses of intrigue and
   espionage." -- Spy genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.B9C6 2012
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Scientists.
   "Danger! Earth is Doomed!" / art, Bernard Baily. 12 p. in
   Strange Adventures, no. 198 (Mar. 1967). -- Summary: One
   scientist's creation, a man grown from silicon, is able to
   destroy the menacing cosmic cloud that was discovered by
   another scientist. -- Data from Mike Tiefenbacher, Arthur
   Lortie, Donald Dale Milne, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3S76no.198
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Scientists.
   "The Day Before Doomsday!" / pencils, Jack Kirby ; inks,
   Dick Ayers. 5 p. in Strange Tales, no. 99 (Aug. 1962) ;
   reprinted in Tomb of Darkness, no. 21 (July 1976). --
   Summary: A US scientist defects to the USSR and builds a
   large dome to protect their leaders from retaliation,
   allowing a massive strike on the US. The dome is really a
   pod to launch them into space. -- Characters are named John
   Peterson and Premier Zorkon. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou
   Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75 no.99
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Scientists.
   The Dead / story by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi ; art by
   Guy Davis ; colors by Dave Stewart ; letters by Clem
   Robins. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Books, 2005. -- 1 v.
   : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (B.P.R.D. ; 4) -- "This book
   collects the B.P.R.D. The Dead comic book series issues
   1-5, published by Dark Horse Comics and the story "B.P.R.D.
   Born Again" from the Hellboy Premiere Edition published by
   Dark Horse Comics and Gareb Shamus Enterprises" -- Summary
   Abe Sapien has a personal paranormal experience when he
   comes home to a drowned wife. Then, with the plague of
   frogs escalating, the Bureau for Paranormal Research and
   Defense moves their task force into an abandoned government
   research station where they find a mad Nazi scientist who
   has been trapped there for fifty years. -- Horror genre. --
   Call no.: PN6728.B2D4 2005
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Scientists.
   Dignifying Science : Stories about Women Scientists /
   written by Jim Ottaviani ; illustrated by Donna Barr, Mary
   Fleener, Ramona Fradon, Stephanie Gladden, Roberta Gregory,
   Lea Hernandez, Carla Speed McNeil, Linda Medley, Marie
   Severin, Jen Sorensen, and Anne Timmons. -- Ann Arbor, MI :
   G.T. Labs, 1999. -- 142 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 121-136). -- Call no.: Q130
   .O85 1999
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Scientists.
   "The Discoverers of Micro Miniature Golf" (Mister Boffo,
   Mar. 25, 1999) / Joe Martin. -- Summary: A scientist at a
   microscope is talking about windmills, waterfalls and
   slides. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "miniature golf"
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Scientists.
   Doc Around the Clock / adaptation by Jacob Ben Gunter. --
   New York : HarperFestival, 2004. -- 62 p. : ill. (some
   col.) ; 20 cm. -- "Based on the motion picture screenplay
   by Alvin Sargent ; screen story by David Koepp and Alfred
   Gough & Miles Millar ; based on the Marvel comic book by
   Stan Lee and Steve Ditko." -- Adaptation based on the movie
   Spider-Man 2. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Famed scientist
   Dr. Otto Octavius is conducting the most important
   experiment of his life, but when something goes horribly
   wrong, there is suddenly a new villain in town--Doc Ock. He
   has four powerful tentacles, and he's wreaking havoc across
   New York City. There is only one person standing in his
   way-Spider-Man. The web-slinger will do anything in his
   power to stop the multi-tentacled villain. Read all about
   one day in the life of Spider-Man's newest nemesis, Doc
   Ock. -- Superhero fiction. -- Call no.: PN1997.S65652D6
   2004
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Scientists.
   Dr. Radium Battles Phill, King of the Pill Bugs! / by Scott
   Saavedra. -- San Jose, CA : Amaze Ink, 2003. -- 112 p. :
   ill. ; 22 cm. -- (The Dr. Radium Collection ; v. 1) --
   "Originally published as Dr. Radium Man of Science # 1-5."
   -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Dr. Radium, a lone scientist
   alive in a future world recklessly seeks answers to his
   scientific questions with the help of Penny, a girl from
   the past. Unfortunately, he keeps getting distracted by
   giant rats, screaming dinosaurs, and Phill, the King of the
   Pill Bugs. Includes a previously unpublished story. --
   Science fiction genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.S13B3 2003
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Scientists.
   "The Dying Nazi Scientists"* (Magno & Davey) 9 p. in Four
   Favorites, no. 21 (Jan. 1946). -- Call no.: Film 15791r.199
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Scientists.
   "The Energy Pills"* (The Flying Fool) 8 p. in Airboy
   Comics, v. 5, no. 1 (Feb. 1948) -- SUMMARY: Link Thorne and
   Riot O'Hara race through heavy weather to get six energy
   pills from a dying American scientist in Northern China to
   Washington.
   I. The Flying Fool. k. Pills. k. O'Hara, Riot. k. Racing.
   k. Weather. k. Scientists. k. China. k. Washington (D.C.)
   Call no.: PN6728.1.H5A35v.5no.1
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Scientists.
   "Exercise Musk-Ox" 2 p. in True Comics, no. 51 (Aug. 1946)
   -- SUMMARY: An expedition of Canadian scientists, with
   American and British observers, to test military equipment
   and gather meterological information hoping to touch off
   development of Canada's natural resources.
   k. Canadian scientists. k. Scientists. k. Expeditions. k.
   Meteorology. k. Development. k. Natural Resources. Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.51
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Scientists.
   "The Experiment!" / art, George Tuska. 3 p. in Strange
   Tales, no. 14 (Jan. 1953). -- Summary: A scientist creates
   a process that he thinks will evolve a gorilla into a human
   being, but instead it transposes their minds into each
   other's bodies. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin
   O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75m no.14
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Scientists.
   "Experiment 74-X" (Bugs Bunny) 20 p. in Bugs Bunny, no. 123
   (1946) -- SUMMARY: Bugs and Elmer are captured by a mad
   scientist who's growing giant vegetables.
   I. Bugs Bunny. k. Fudd, Elmer. k. Mad Scientists. k.
   Scientists. k. Giant Vegetables. k. Vegetables. Call no.:
   PN6728.1.D4B8no.123
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Scientists.
   "Exposed! The Jap Invaders" (Patriot) / Al Fagaly, art. 6
   p. in Marvel Mystery Comics, no. 34 (Aug. 1942). --
   Villains are a Japanese scientist who is turned into a
   lizard, and his Ape-Men, who die. -- Data from Lou Mougin
   and Tony Rose, via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.M3M3no.34
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Scientists.
   "Failure" 5 p. in Steve Ditko's The Thing (Brooklyn, N.Y. :
   Pure Imagination, 2006). -- Reprinted from Strange Suspense
   Stories, no. 36 (Mar. 1958) -- Begins: "Karl Phalen was one
   of the most foremost scientists in the world!" -- Call no.:
   PN6727.D56T47 2006
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Scientists.
   "Fangs, the Wolf Boy" 8 p. in Sparkling Stars, no. 20 (Dec.
   1946). -- "Into the Matto Grasso jungles facing the
   constant threat of death goes Rand Reed, brilliant
   scientist, to meet Fangs, the wolf boy! Reed is on a
   confidential mission for the U.S. government, of the utmost
   importance!" -- Feature introduced in this issue, per
   cover. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.H6S63no.20
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Scientists.
   "The Flying Batman!" (Batman) / pencils, Dick Sprang (as
   Bob Kane) ; inks, Charles Paris. 12 p. in Detective Comics,
   no. 153 (Nov. 1949). -- Summary: Batman takes to the air,
   like his namesake, on the trail of Slits Danton, thanks to
   special 'bat wings' created by a scientist, or so the Caped
   Crusader thinks! -- Data from Bill Wormstedt, Bob Klein,
   Mike Tiefenbacher, Craig Delich, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: film 15791r.269
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Scientists.
   "For Young Scientists" text p. 33 in Treasure Chest of Fun
   and Fact, v. 21, no. 13 (Feb. 24, 1966). -- Items on a
   particle accelerator being built at Stanford University,
   plans for maneuvering during space walks, and the Mars
   mission of Mariner IV. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.21no.13
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Science Teachers.
   "Formula for Success!" 1 p. in House of Mystery, no. 82
   (Jan. 1959) ; and in Wonder Woman, no. 103 (Jan. 1959). --
   Public service page about developing talents before
   choosing a vocation. -- Begins: "That boy's a born
   musician!" -- Summary: A science teacher has a talk with a
   dad who wants his son to be an engineer. -- "Published as a
   public service in cooperation with the National Social
   Welfare Assembly." -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3H6no.82. Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N3W6no.103
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Scientists.
   "Fountain of Youth"* (Bugs Bunny) 12 p. in Looney Tunes and
   Merrie Melodies Comics, no. 100 (Feb. 1950). -- Summary (by
   Amy Lazet): A mysterious man who is being chased tosses
   Bugs Bunny a vial of liquid and tells him to guard it with
   his life. As Bugs is telling Porky Pig about it the next
   day, a policeman tells them that Bugs' mysterious man is
   Professor Bimbloke, a scientist who claims to have
   discovered the Fountain of Youth, and he is missing. Bugs
   and Porky accidentally drop the bottle and a rooster drinks
   it, and promptly turns into a chick. The chick waddles off
   to Elmer Fudd's home with Bugs and Porky following, and
   they realize that the Fountain is in Elmer's back yard.
   Meanwhile the villains have gotten the location of the
   fountain out of the professor. One comes back to steal the
   water, but Bugs throws some on him and turns him into an
   innocent juvenile, who happily leads them to the professor.
   After the villains are arrested, Bugs, and Elmer and the
   professor return to bottle the water, but the fountain has
   gone dry. Petunia had a bottle of the water, but before she
   drank from the bottle she refilled it with fresh water. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.D4L6no.100
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Scientists.
   "The Four-Armed Monster of Mars"* (Flint Baker) / art:
   Arthur Peddy. 15 p. in Planet Comics, no. 2 (Feb. 1940). --
   Guest stars: Mimi, Princess Viga;  villains: A Martian
   scientist and his monster (both introduced, both die). --
   Data from Lou Mougin via the Grand Comics Database Project.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m no.2
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Scientists.
   "Four Hours of Liberty"* (Strut Warren) / art and script by
   Klaus Nordling. 5 p. in Fight Comics, no. 3 (March 1940) --
   A mad scientist is introduced as villain, and dies. -- Data
   from Gene Reed via Grand Comic Book Database. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791 r.150
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Scientists.
   Frankenstein : the Graphic Novel / Mary Shelley ; script
   adaptation, Jason Cobley ; American English adaptation, Joe
   Sutliff Sanders ; linework, Declan Shalvey ; coloring,
   Jason Cardy & Kat Nicholson ; lettering, Terry Wiley. --
   Towcester : Classical Comics Ltd, 2008. -- 141 p. : col.
   ill. ; 25 cm. -- (Classical Comics) -- "Original text
   version." -- Summary (from SkyRiver): A monster assembled
   by a scientist from parts of dead bodies develops a mind of
   his own as he learns to loathe himself and hate his
   creator. -- Horror genre. -- Call no.: PR5397.F7 2008
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Scientists.
   Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus / by Mary
   Wollstonecraft Shelley ; wood engravings by Lynd Ward, with
   a foreword by Patrick Mcgrath. -- New York : Fall River
   Press, 2010. -- 222 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --Summary (from
   OCLC): The story of a monster assembled by a scientist from
   parts of dead bodies who develops a mind of his own as he
   learns to loathe himself and hate his creator. -- Call no.:
   PR5397.F7 2010
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Scientists.
   "Galileo Galilei" 4 p. in Real Life Comics, no. 14 (Nov.
   1943). -- "Scientist, inventor, mathematician, philosopher!
   His all-enveloping mind revealed a dozen wonders of the
   world, any one of which would have made his name immortal!"
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.14
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Scientists.
   "General McNaughton : Canada's Fighter-Scientist" p. 16-20
   in True Comics, no. 20 (Jan. 1943)
   1. McNaughton, Andrew George Latta, 1887-1966--Comic books,
   strips, etc. I. Canada's Fighter-Scientist. k. Scientists.
   Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.20
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Scientists.
   "Girl with Doom in Her Hands!" (T-Man) 10 p. in T-Man, no.
   30 (Dec. 1955). -- Summary: Mei Lei is a scientist in
   Arizona, working on "the most powerful non-atomic explosive
   ever discovered."  She steals it, saying, "China and her
   glorious protector, Soviet Russia, will have better use for
   explosive X!"  Pete Trask follows her to Hong Kong. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.Q3T3no.30
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Scientists.
   "The Greatest Experiment" / art, Steve Ditko. 4 p. in
   Strange Tales, no. 46 (May 1956). -- Summary: Scientists
   send robots into space to mine minerals to fund their
   experiments. After a few years they travel to the planet
   and find the robots have greatly developed it. The robots
   turn the tables and put them on a rocket heading back to
   Earth. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn,
   et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75m no.46
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Scientists.
   "Guinea Pig" / art, Jack Katz. 4 p. in Strange Tales, no.
   26 (Mar. 1954). -- Summary: A scientist rockets his
   assistant into space. Aliens capture the craft and inject
   the man with a serum that increases his strength and drives
   him mad. They send the rocket back and the assistant kills
   the scientist. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin
   O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75m no.26
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Scientists.
   "Hamilton's Creature" / Fredericks. 14 p. in The Twilight
   Zone, no. 8 (Aug. 1964) -- Cover blurb: "A strange
   compulsion drives a scientist to seek an incredible
   creature in the forbidding mountains of Tibet!"
   I. Fredericks. k. Creatures. k. Compulsions. k. Scientists.
   k. Mountains. k. Tibet. Call no.: PN6728.3.G56T9no.8
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Scientists.
   "He Wants the Government to put a Warning Label on Anything
   Over Par 3"* (Arnold, Feb. 23, 1984) / by Kevin McCormick.
   -- Summary: A research scientist has been studying the
   effects of miniature golf on unborn children. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "miniature golf"
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Scientists.
   "How to Be the Batman!" (Batman) / pencils, Bob Kane, Lew
   Sayre Schwartz ; inks, Stan Kaye. 12 p. in Detective
   Comics, no. 190 (Dec. 1952) ; reprinted in Batman Annual,
   no. 1 (1961). -- Summary: A scientist named Dr. Sampson
   uses an amnesia gas on Batman, blotting out his memory of
   who he is, and Robin desperately tries to restore it before
   Sampson's mob rules Gotham City. -- Data from Bill
   Wormstedt, Bob Klein, Mike Tiefenbacher, Craig Delich, et
   al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: film 15791r.270
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Scientists.
   Hulk [videorecording] / Universal Pictures presents in
   association with Marvel Enterprises, a Valhalla Motion
   Pictures/Good Machine production, an Ang Lee film ;
   producers, Gale Ann Hurd, Avi Arad, James Schamus, Larry
   Franco ; screenplay writer, John Turman, Michael France,
   James Schamus ; director, Ang Lee. -- Universal City, CA :
   Universal Studios, 2003. -- 1 videocassette (138 min.) :
   sd., col. ; 1/2 in. -- VHS. -- Cast: Eric Bana, Jennifer
   Connelly, Sam Elliott, Josh Lucas, Nick Nolte. -- Summary:
   A scientist performs regeneration experiments on himself,
   and passes on the genes to his son, Bruce. Now Bruce is
   performing experiments that expose him to radiation and
   nanomeds, which combined with his unique genes, unleashes
   the Hulk. -- Call no.: PN1997.5.H8H8 2003
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Scientists.
   L'Idée Fixe du Savant Cosinus / Christophe. -- Paris :
   Armand Colin, 2001. -- 158 p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 26 cm. --
   "...réalisé d'après l'édition originale en couleurs de 1899
   et l'édition originale en noir de 1900 comportant les
   culs-de-lampe dessinés spécialement par Christophe pour
   cette édition définitive." -- Misadventures of a scientist.
   -- Call no.: PN6747.C567 I4 2001
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Scientists.
   "If I Can Get Them to Print a Warning!"* (Spider-Man, Aug.
   1, 1997) / Stan Lee, Larry Lieber. -- Summary: The
   scientist feels betrayed by The Kingpin, and turns to the
   Daily Bugle to help save the Web-Spinner. -- Key word:
   Newspapers. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Science and
   Scientists"
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Scientists.
   The Illustrated Story of Great Scientists. -- New York :
   Gilberton, 1960. -- 72 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (The
   World Around Us ; no. 18)
   1. Scientists--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Science--History--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Series. Call
   no.: PN6728.2.G5W6no.18
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Scientists.
   "In the Jungles of Jupiter"* (Auro, Lord of Jupiter) / Jed
   Ganey ; art: Bob Powell? 6 p. in Planet Comics, no. 5 (May
   1940). -- Introduction of June and other scientists --
   Begins: "An expedition from earth, searching for the
   strange" -- Science fiction genre. -- Data from Lou Mougin,
   Henry Steele, Hames Ware, Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr. via the
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m
   no.5
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Scientists.
   The Incredible Hulk / Peter David. -- New York : Ballantine
   Books, 2008. -- (Del Rey Books) -- 310 p. ; 18 cm. --
   "Based on the screenplay by Edward Norton and Zak Penn." --
   "Scientist Bruce Banner is desperately researching a
   tormenting mystery: himself. He must find the cure that
   will counteract a radioactive element inside his body that
   causes him to transform, when furious, into that most
   fearsome and powerful of creatures: The Hulk. While Bruce
   aims to rid himself of his wild alter ego and live a normal
   life with the woman he loves, others--namely General
   Thunderbolt Ross and the shadowy military
   establishment--seek to trap him and harness the energy he
   contains. But soon they are all threatened by a new
   nemesis, one who may be even deadlier than military might
   or the Hulk himself, a mysterious and terrifying entity
   correctly called The Abomination." -- Superhero fiction. --
   Call no.: PS3554.A92144 I5 2008
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Scientists.
   The Indestructible Metal Men / Paul Collicutt. --
   Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2010. -- 1 v. : col.
   ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Paul Collicutt's Robot City Adventures ;
   3) -- "Featuring super-strong robots Harold, Godfrey, and
   Horace." -- Summary (from SkyRiver): An evil millionaire
   has kidnapped one of the Indestructable Metal
   Men--super-strong robots over one hundred years old--and is
   planning to use it to build an army of indestructible
   robots unless a fiesty young scientist can stop him. --
   Science fiction genre. -- Call no.: PN6737.C575 I5 2010
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Scientists.
   Index entry (p. 18, 41, 86, 111, 139) in The Great Women
   Superheroes / Trina Robbins (Northampton, Mass. : Kitchen
   Sink Press, 1996) Call no.: PN6725.R59 1996
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Scientists.
   Index entry (p. 226-228) to Principes des Littératures
   Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2,
   2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Scientists.
   Index entry (p. 118) in The Will Eisner Companion, by N.C.
   Christopher Couch & Stephen Weiner (New York : DC Comics,
   2004). -- Call no.: PN6727.E35 Z5C6 2004
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Scientists.
   Inspector Gadget in the Case of the Mixed-Up Scientist / by
   Justine Korman ; illustrated by David Gantz. -- Racine,
   Wis. : Western Pub. Co., 1985. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 21
   cm. -- (A Golden Look-Look Book) -- (Golden Book ; 11789)
   -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Penny and her dog, Brain, help
   a secret agent rescue a scientist kidnapped by a crime
   organization. -- Call no.: PN1992.77 .I55C3 1985
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Scientists.
   "Island of the Giants" (Rex the Wonder Dog) / John Broome,
   script ; Gil Kane, pencils ; Sy Barry, inks. 8 p. in The
   Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 13 (Jan./Feb. 1954).
   -- Summary: Rex, Danny and his Uncle Desmond confront giant
   fish, rabbits, mice, cats and frogs while searching for a
   missing scientist. On p. 3 the Minnow goes ashore on an
   uncharted desert island, and the Professor and Maryann are
   referred to (i.e., a Gilligan's Island reference, 10 years
   before the show began). -- Data from Gene Reed via Grand
   Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.607
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Scientists.
   "Joe Fuggenstein, Bad Scientist" / Rob Landeros. 7 p in
   Softcore (Berkeley, Calif. : Print Mint, 1973). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.45.P7S6 1973
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Scientists.
   Joe Gosh / Tom De Haven ; illustrated by Ralph Reese. --
   New York : Walker, 1988. -- 196 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- (A
   Millennium Book) (A Byron Priess Book) -- Summary: Joe
   encounters a scientist with a machine that can make
   supermen out of ordinary joes. -- Genre: Superhero fiction.
   -- Call no.: PS3554.E1116J6 1988
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Scientists.
   "Journey into Nowhere!" / art, Joe Sinnott. 4 p. in Strange
   Tales, no. 69 (June 1959); reprinted in Fear, no. 3 (Mar.
   1971). -- Summary: Scientists Walter Johnson and Thomas
   Blake try to travel to the future, but arrive in a stone
   age. They believe they have proved travel into the future
   impossible, not suspecting that they actually saw the world
   after the destruction of civilization by war. This story is
   retold in Tales to Astonish, no. 11 (Sept. 1960) as "I
   Dared to Look Beyond!" -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin,
   Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.M3S75 no.69
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Scientists.
   "Jungle Spaceship"* (Lance Hale) / by John Hampton. 8 p. in
   Silver Streak Comics, no. 2 (Jan. 1940) -- SUMMARY:
   Captured in the jungle by a scientist looking for someone
   to test his strength enhancement and his spaceship, Lance
   Hale agrees to go along for the excitement.
   I. Hampton, John. II. Lance Hale. k. Spaceships. k.
   Scientists. k. Strength Enhancement. k. Excitement. Call
   no.: Film 15791, r.163
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Scientists.
   "Just a Pair of Innocent Tourists, Aren't You?"* (The
   Fighting Chaplain, #21) -- Summary: "Young Chaplain Tim
   Ahearn heads a mission to rescue nuclear scientist Dr.
   Eakins held in Red China. A submarine takes the young
   chaplain and his aide prisoner." -- Clipped from the
   Catholic Weekly, Jan. 15, 1956. -- "Copyright 1955, eric
   jon associates." -- An indistinct artist's signature
   appears on this 2-tier strip, which might read "Frank
   Stanton." -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "China"
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Scientists.
   "The Killers" / Harry Lazarus, art. 5 p. in Strange Tales,
   no. 6 (Apr. 1952) ; reprinted in Atlas Era Strange Tales,
   v. 1 (2007). -- Summary: Scientists invent a virus which
   turns people into crazy killers without reflections in
   mirrors. A reporter thinks that the virus has infected his
   boss because she won't keep mirrors around the office, so
   he strangles her. It turns out that she just didn't want to
   be reminded of her age. The reporter has been infected with
   the virus and has been committing killings that of which he
   is unaware. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin
   O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75m no.6
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Scientists.
   Knight Rider. Volume 1 / written by Geoffrey Thorne &
   Shannon Eric Denton ; illustrated by Jason Johnson & Brian
   Denham ; colored by Sai Studios & Milen Parvanov ; lettered
   by Andworld Design. -- San Diego, Calif. : IDW Publishing,
   2015. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Knight rider created
   by Glen A. Larson." -- "Originally published digitally by
   Lion Forge Comics as Knight Rider issues #1-8." -- "All
   secret agent Michael Knight wants to do is take his
   girlfriend Katherine out for a night on the town. Of
   course, Katherine is also the brilliant scientist he's been
   assigned to protect along with her top secret Project:
   Rider. When a team of mercenaries crashes their date, it's
   up to Michael and the mysterious Bishop to keep Katherine
   and the Rider out of their hands. What follows is a
   high-speed, high-casualty race through the streets and
   mountains of California in which loyalties are tested,
   alliances betrayed, and a global conspiracy is revealed.
   And, of course, at least one talking car. Knight Rider: A
   shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does
   not exist." -- Spy genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.K59K58 2015
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Scientists.
   "Lady Fairplay" / by Jack Ryan. 8 p. in Bang-Up Comics, no.
   1 (Dec. 1941). -- Summary: At the request of the brilliant
   scientist, Professor Amazo, Mary Lee, a modest young school
   teacher, undergoes an experiment which transforms her into
   a slim, beautiful creature with unlimited energetic powers.
   Seeking an outlet for these unnatural changes, Mary assumes
   the role of the Lady Fairplay, Goddess of Chastisement and
   dreaded foe of the underworld. -- Begins: "I can't believe
   it! Overnight I'm changed into a different woman!" -- Data
   from Lou Mougin, James Ludwig, Henry Andrews, et al. via
   the Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P74B3no.1
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Scientists.
   "The Lamb Who Cried Wolf" (Green Lantern) / script, Gardner
   F. Fox ; pencils, Howard Purcell ; inks, Bob Oksner. 12 p.
   in Green Lantern, no. 27 (Aug./Sept. 1947). -- Summary: A
   young scientist's son has a problem that he feels only
   Green Lantern can help him solve: the fact that all he can
   invent is lies, and those lies have gotten Gotham City's
   underworld after him. -- Appearances of Doiby Dickles,
   Egbert Lamb, and Sebastian Wolf. -- Data from Lou Mougin,
   Bob Hughes, Craig Delich et al. via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3G7m no.27
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Scientists.
   "The Last Deluge" 6 p. in Mysterious Stories, no. 5 (Sept.
   1955). -- Begins: "The Deluge, the Biblical flood that
   covered the world, a thing forgotten in the dim past. Can
   the deluge come again? Scientists say that if all the ice
   locked in the polar caps of the world were melted, the
   water would cover the Earth to a depth of two miles. If
   this tragedy occured it would mean a watery destruction of
   all the works of man." -- Call no.: PN6728.2.P66H6no.5
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Scientists.
   "Leonardo Da Vinci : Painter and Scientist, Pioneer in
   Engineering" 5 p. in Real Life Comics, no. 8 (Nov. 1942).
   -- "His alert mind guided the fingers of a craftsman, and
   produced masterpieces in all branches of the arts and
   sciences." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.8
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Scientists.
   Leonardo da Vinci : the Renaissance Man / Dan Danko ;
   illustrated by Lalit Kumar Sharma. -- New Delhi, India :
   Kalyani Navyug Media Pvt. Ltd., 2011. -- 68 p. : col. ill.
   ; 26 cm. + 1 folded poster. -- (Campfire Biography)--
   Summary (from SkyRiver): Chronicles the life of the man who
   overcame significant odds to become one of the most
   renowned artists, scientists, and thinkers of the
   Renaissance. -- Biographical genre. -- Call no.: PN6790
   .I53 S47L4 2011
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Scientists.
   Lost World / by Osamu Tezuka ; translation, Kumar
   Sivasubramanian ; lettering and retouch, Sno Cone Studios.
   -- Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse Comics, 2003. -- 246 p. :
   ill. ; 19 cm. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): A rogue planet
   approaches Earth and a group of scientists discovers it is
   populated by dinosaurs, in the first of Osamu Tezuka's
   cycle of science fiction graphic novels from the late
   1940's and early 1950's. -- Science fiction genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6790.J33 T47L613 2003
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Scientists.
   "The Mad Scientist"* (Atom Blake) 9 p. in Wow Comics, no. 1
   (Winter 1940/1941) -- Art by Pierce Rice? -- Data from Lou
   Mougin of Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: Film 15791,
   r.144
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Scientists.
   "Madam Curie, Wonder Woman Scientist" (Wonder Women of
   History) / by Alice Marble. 4 p. in Wonder Woman, no. 16
   (Mar./Apr. 1946)
   k. Scientists. 1. Curie, Marie, 1867-1934--Comic books,
   strips, etc. I. Marble, Alice, 1913-1990. II. Wonder Woman
   Scientist. Call no.: PN6728.1.N3W6m no.16. Call no.: Film
   15791 reel 82
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Scientists.
   "The Mammoth Thieves"* (Norge Benson) / art: Lily Renee. 5
   p. in Planet Comics, no. 32 (Sept. 1944). -- Last
   appearance of this feature. -- Appearance of Jolie;
   villains Kurt, his henchman, and a scientist all
   introduced. -- Data from Lou Mougin via the Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m no.32
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Scientists.
   "The Man from Nowhere" / art, Joe Orlando. 4 p. in Strange
   Tales, no. 46 (May 1956). -- Summary: A Martian scientist
   who appears among humans by harnessing the power of
   lightning bolts finds that his method of travel disturbs
   people. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn,
   et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75m no.46
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Scientists.
   "The Man in the Iron Box!" / art, Carl Burgos. 5 p. in
   Strange Tales, no. 69 (June 1959). -- Summary: Certain that
   the world will soon descend into nuclear war, brilliant
   scientist Phineas Stokes goes into cryogenic suspension for
   a million years, hoping to awaken in a more enlightend
   time. Instead the world quickly retreats from war and
   advances rapidly. By the time he awakens, most humans have
   left Earth and the few remaining are being rounded up to
   serve as conscripted soldiers in an alien war. This story
   is retold in Tales of Suspense, no. 13 (Jan. 1961) as "I
   Lived a Million Years," and in Journey into Mystery, no. 96
   (Sept. 1963) as "Frederick Fenton's Future!" -- Data from
   Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand
   Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75 no.69
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Scientists.
   "Man of Honor : The Inspiring True Story of a Great
   Scientist" / by Michael O'Brien. 3 p. illustrated text in
   Real Life Comics, no. 25 (Sept. 1945) -- SUMMARY: "Felix
   Ehrenhaft, heroic [Jewish] Viennese scientist, realized the
   importance of the sacred trust placed in him, and defied
   the Nazis despite grim threats of violence, fierce torture
   and Storm Trooper brutality."
   k. Ehrenhaft, Felix. I. O'Brien, Michael. II. The Inspiring
   True Story of a Great Scientist. k. Honor. k. Scientists.
   k. World War, 1939-1945. k. Vienna (Austria). k. Nazis. k.
   Storm Troopers. k. Jewish scientists. Call no.:
   PN6728.1.N4R4no.25
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Scientists.
   Marksmen / story, David Baxter & Dave Elliott ; script,
   Dave Baxter ; pencils, Javier Aranda ; finishes, Garry
   Leach. -- Berkeley, CA : Image Comics, 2011-2012. -- col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in 6 nos. -- Summary (from
   SkyRiver): Following government collapse due to a crashed
   world economy, civil war destroyed the majority of the
   population and the infrastructure of the United States. Out
   of the ashes rose New San Diego, a technological utopia
   rebuilt by a group of top scientists and protected by Navy
   Seals. Now, sixty years later, the city's founders and the
   ancestors of the Seals, the Marksmen, must protect NSD from
   an invasion force out to get the city's technology for
   themselves. -- Science fiction genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no.
   1, 5. -- Call no.: PN6728.8 .I5M345 2011
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Scientists.
   Mary Shelley's Frankenstein / wordsmith, Lloyd S. Wagner ;
   penciller, Naresh Kumar ; inker, Jagdish Kumar ; colorist,
   Anil CK ; letterers, Bhavnath Chaudhary, Vishal Sharma. --
   New Delhi, India : Kalyani Navyug Media, 2010. -- 68 p. :
   col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (A Campfire Classic) -- Summary (from
   SkyRiver): Tells Shelley's story of a scientist who creates
   life with unintended consequences. -- Horror genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6790 .I53 K8M34 2010
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Scientists.
   Mary Shelley's Frankenstein : the Graphic Novel /
   illustrated by Frazer Irving ; script by Gary Reed. -- New
   York : Puffin Books, 2005. -- 176 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   (Puffin Graphics) -- (A Byron Preiss Book) -- Summary (from
   OCLC): A monster assembled by a scientist from parts of
   dead bodies develops a mind of his own as he learns to
   loathe himself and hate his creator. -- Horror and science
   fiction genres. -- Call no.: PN6737 .I7M3 2005
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Scientists.
   The Masterplan / by Scott Mills. -- Marietta, GA : Top
   Shelf Productions, 2003. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 18 x 22 cm. --
   "Carter Zacharias is a man with a mission, a scientist who
   will stop at nothing to save the universe itself from its
   unrelenting expansin, and God help any man, woman or planet
   that gets in his way. When stars shatter and worlds
   collide, remember, it's all part of The Masterplan." --
   Science fiction genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.M525M3 2003
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Scientists.
   "Menace from the Skies!" (Blackhawk) 7 p. in Blackhawk, no.
   103 (Aug. 1956). -- Beginning caption: "Working in utter
   secrecy, a group of scientists in the U.S. completed a
   rocket ship which could reach outer space, to establish a
   way station for defense. But nobody was willing to risk
   their lives in this perilous venture. Hearing of this
   situation, the Blackhawks offered themselves as the guinea
   pigs for the historic mission. But none of them, in their
   worst nightmares, expected to encounter the Menace from the
   Skies!" -- Call no.: PN6728.1.Q3U5no.103
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Scientists.
   "Menace In Miami"* (Lost World) / art: Lily Renee. 10 p. in
   Planet Comics, no. 44 (Sept. 1946). -- Story takes place in
   1975. -- Introduction of a scientist, and Swamp People;
   villains are Voltamen (some die). -- Data from Lou Mougin
   via the Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.F5P55m no.44
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Scientists.
   Missile Mouse : the Star Crusher / by Jake Parker. -- New
   York : Graphix, 2010. -- 172 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. --
   Summary (from SkyRiver): Missile Mouse, a secret agent for
   the Galactic Security Agency, battles deadly foes in order
   to rescue a scientist from the Rogue Imperium of Planets,
   which is trying to steal a doomsday machine capable of
   destroying the universe. -- Superhero and funny animal
   genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.P3805M5 2010
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Scientists.
   Mr. and Mrs. J. Evil Scientist. -- Poughkeepsie, N.Y. :
   K.K. Publications, 1963-1966. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   Published no. 1 (Nov. 1963) - no. 4 (Sept. 1966). -- (Gold
   Key) -- Cover title: The Weird World of Mr. and Mrs. J.
   Evil Scientist. -- Funny horror genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no.
   1-4. -- Call no.: PN6728.3.G56M55
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Scientists.
   "Monster of the Mist" p. 61-69 in Jack Cole's Deadly Horror
   (San Diego, Calif. : Yoe Books!/IDW Publishing, 2013) ;
   reprinted from Web of Evil, no. 4 (May 1953). -- Begins:
   "Dr. John Mornay had a scientist's disregard for the lives
   and feelings and rights of common people when he was on the
   feverish trail of some new discovery." -- Call no.:
   PN6727.C615D4 2013
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Scientists.
   "The Mouse that Saved the World!" / art, Hy Fleishman. 4 p.
   in Strange Stories of Suspense, no. 11 (Oct. 1956). --
   Summary: A scientist develops a device to stop the Earth's
   rotation. -- Data from Bob Klein, Jim Walls, Tony R. Rose,
   et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3R8no.11
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Scientists.
   "The Mystery of Dimension Valley" 8 p. in House of Mystery,
   no. 82 (Jan. 1959). -- Summary (by Amy Lazet): Due to
   weather, explorer Arthur Benz and his friend Harry are
   forced to land on an island in the South Seas, where they
   come across giant lenses that transport them into another
   dimension. Harry and Arthur are trapped by the
   ray-tentacles of a policing machine known as Krndl, and
   they are told that they will be held captive until they
   return Lurka and Zan. The beautiful Adonna appears, and she
   explains that Lurka is her scientist father who traveled to
   Earth (which they call Dimension-20) with his friend Zan.
   Adonna knows they are innocent and helps them to escape,
   but they are recaptured, but then Lurka and Zan appear
   saying they were unavoidably delayed. Harry and Arthur are
   beamed back to Earth, and the lenses disappear, and they
   figure nobody will believe them. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.N3H6no.82
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Scientists.
   "Mythologia : as Excerpted from the Suppressed Diaries of
   Charles Darwin" / author, Nicola Cuti ; illustrator, Fred
   Carrillo. p. 33-41 in Creepy, no. 130 (Aug. 1981). -- "At
   first I thought that they were the ravings of a besotted
   naturalist who had been too bored during all the long
   months at sea! But now, I'm not sure! Charles Darwin was a
   scientist, not a novelist!" -- Call no.:
   PN6728.3.W3C7no.130
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Scientists.
   "Der Nächste bitte!" p. 29-31 in Aus den Memoiren eines
   Kettensägers / Atze Atzenhofer (1987) -- Summary (by M.
   Harbeck): As the chainsaw murderer tries to kill Dr.
   Brinckenstein's wife the scientist (a Frankenstein
   persiflage) convinces him to take part in an experiment he
   had prepared previously with the help of his assistant
   using a vacuum cleaner salesman: the transplanting of a
   human brain into a pumpkin. -- Call no.: PN6757.A7 A8 1987
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Scientists.
   "New York, New York" 8 p. in Around the World / Paya &
   Paya. -- New York : Nantier Beall Minoustchine, 1995. --
   (Eurotica) -- (Nina ; v. 2) -- Summary: Nina experiences
   cybersex at the hands of mad scientists named Shelton and
   Crumb. Nina is unexpectedly powerful and their machine
   explodes. -- Call no.: PN6777.P3 A713 1995
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Scientists.
   "Nuclear Holocaust Toons" / Larry Gonick. 1/2 p. in Tales
   from the Ozone, no. 2 (1970). -- "Starring the scientist &
   the General." -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7T3no.2
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Scientists.
   "Números" (Condorito) p. 19-20 in Condorito de Oro, no. 74
   (Aug. 2001). -- Condorito reads about scientists making a
   computer that will make everybody a number and not a name,
   and with the help of Comegato he blows up the machine. --
   Call no.: PN6790.M44C5675no.74
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Scientists.
   Obergeist : the Essential Edition / written, illustrated
   and colored by Dan Jolley, Tony Harris, Ray Snyder, Matt
   Hollingsworth and J.D. Mettler. -- Dallas, GA : Desperado
   Publishing Company, 2010. -- ca. 150 p. : col. ill. ; 27
   cm. -- "Nazi butcher scientist Jurghen Steinholtz, charged
   by Hitler to create telepathic soldiers, is radically
   transformed at the hands of a Jewish man with second sight.
   This is the wrenching chronicle of a tortured soul's
   attempt to attain atonement, a quest leading to Armageddon
   itself and back again, that truly begins when Steinholtz's
   immense psionic powers awaken at the moment of his death."
   -- Subtitle on cover: Ragnarok Highway. -- Horror genre. --
   Call no.: PN6727.H338 O2 2010
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Scientists.
   "Operación: Cebo Helado" p. 25-30 in Kraken, by Antonio
   Segura and Jordi Bernet (Barcelona : Toutain Editor, 1984).
   -- Summary: Scientists bring three frozen human corpses
   with locator signals in them, into the sewers to use as
   bait to catch the Kraken. The corpses are distributed, and
   soon the first one, the body of a young woman, is seen by
   their instruments to be in motion. Instead of the Kraken,
   they find an old proletarian soldier has taken her for
   companionship. The soldier has been hiding in the sewer and
   is still fighting a class war that ended fifty years
   earlier. -- Call no.: PN6777.S45K7 1984
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Scientists.
   Panther's Prey! / adapted by D.R. Shealy ; illustrated by
   Patrick Spaziante. -- New York : Random House, 2011. -- 48
   p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Step into Reading. Step 3) --
   At head of title: Iron Man, armored adventures. -- "Based
   on the episode "Panther's Prey' by Cyril Tysz." -- Summary
   (from OCLC): Iron Man and the Black Panther team up to stop
   a group of scientist who want to take over the world. --
   Superhero fiction. -- Call no.: PN6728 .I76P3 2011
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Scientists.
   "Passive Narfing"* (Kudzu, Oct. 10, 1987) / Marlette. --
   Summary: Scientists at Duke University have found that
   chocolate consumption by parakeets affects those around
   them. -- Key words: Dental bills, sweets, symptoms, zits,
   weight gain, guilt pangs, professional help, Doris, Betty
   Ford. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "Dental bills"
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Scientists.
   "Paul Parr's Amnesia"* (Doll Man) 12 p. in Doll Man, no. 32
   (Feb. 1951). -- Summary: A trusted American scientist is
   convinced by spies that he's really an enemy named Ivor.
   Doll Man gets captured, and Elmo brings the police. -- Call
   no.: Film 15791r.81
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Scientists.
   "The Peacemonger!" (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos) /
   written by Gary Friedrich ; pencilled by Dick Ayers ; inked
   by John Severin ; lettered by Sam Rosen. 20 p. in Sgt. Fury
   and his Howling Commandos, no. 64 (Mar. 1969) ; reprinted
   in Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos, no. 161 (Dec. 1980).
   -- Continued from Captain Savage, no. 11  (Feb. 1969). --
   Summary: Fury and his unit must retrieve nuclear scientist,
   defector and pacifist Terry Reiker from the Japanese, and
   she doesn't want to go. -- Key words: Atomic secrets. --
   Call no.: PN6728.3.M3S4no.64
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Scientists.
   "The Pin" / Russ Heath, art. 4 p. in Strange Tales, no. 2
   (Aug. 1951) ; reprinted in Atlas Era Strange Tales, v. 1
   (2007). -- Summary: A scientist invents a serum which
   reduces age without affecting the mind. He finds himself an
   infant but he develops a transfer formula which he places
   in a pin in order to stick someone with the same blood type
   and steal their years. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin,
   Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.2
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Scientists.
   "Pinkenstein" (The Pink Panther) 5 p. in The Pink Panther,
   no. 31 (Jan. 1976) -- Summary: The Pink Panther narrowly
   avoids having his brain transplanted into the new creation
   of a robot Frankenstein-like mad scientist. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.4.G56P5no.31
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Scientists.
   Power Play / story by Ben Avery ; art by Scott Wong and
   Brethren Entertainment Studios. -- Grand Rapids, Mich. :
   Zondervan, 2008. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 18 cm. -- (TimeFlyz ; v.
   5) -- Summary (from Skyriver): In 1851 London, England,
   Lauren learns more about using her special powers when the
   TimeFlyz face Darchon's latest snares, and then the whole
   crew learns to see their problems creatively from scientist
   Michael Faraday. -- Fantasy genre. -- Call no.: PN6790
   .I57A4 T505 2008
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Scientists.
   "The Power Ring That Vanished!" (Green Lantern) / script,
   John Broome ; pencils, Gil Kane ; inks, Joe Giella ;
   letters, Gaspar Saladino. 25 p. in Green Lantern, no. 5
   (Mar./Apr. 1961) ; reprinted in DC Special Blue Ribbon
   Digest, no. 4 (Sept./Oct. 1980). -- Summary: Hector Hammond
   captures four scientists, uses a strange meteor to evolve
   them and then forces them to give him advances in science.
   -- Data from Bob Klein, Donald Dale Milne, Gregory Fischer,
   et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: film
   15791r.621
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Scientists.
   Professor Phumble : daily syndicate proof sheets / by Bill
   Yates. -- New York : King Features Syndicate, 1960- . --
   ill. ; 41 x 22 cm. -- (King Features Syndicate Proof Sheet
   Collection) -- Six strips per sheet. -- Stored remotely.
   Please request from Special Collections staff at least
   three days in advance of use. -- Phumble is an inventor and
   a scientist. -- LIBRARY HAS: 1960-1969, 1971-1977. -- Call
   no.: oversize PN6726.K52P73
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Scientists.
   "The Professor's Prisoner" / art, Herb Familton. 4 p. in
   Strange Stories of Suspense, no. 11 (Oct. 1956). --
   Summary: A scientist holds a microscopic man prisoner. --
   Data from Bob Klein, Jim Walls, Tony R. Rose, et al. via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3R8no.11
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Scientists.
   "Project ... Survival" / story, William M. Gaines, Al
   Feldstein ; script, Al Feldstein ; art, Wallace Wood. p.
   155-162 in Spawn of Mars, and Other Stories (Seattle, WA :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2015) ; reprinted from Weird Fantasy,
   no. 12 (Mar.-Apr. 1952). -- Begins: "Our story begins at a
   time when the scientifically advanced civilization of Earth
   found itself faced with a bloody and violent civil war! The
   nations of what is now known as Asia Minor had rebelled
   against the world republic, set up their own government,
   and were savagely defending themselves against the world
   republic's armies sent to quell the uprising. Meanwhile, in
   what is now North America, the Amalgamaged Rocket
   Corporation was completing work on the world's first rocket
   ship capable of traveling to the Moon. Luther Morton,
   president of the Amalgamated Rocked Corporation, eyed the
   gleaming space giant as the scientist in charge of its
   construction smiled proudly." -- Call no.: PN6727.W6S63
   2015
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Scientists.
   Retrovirus / written & created by Justin Gray and Jimmy
   Palmiotti ; artwork by Norberto Fernandez ; lettered and
   designed by Bill Tortolini. -- Berkeley, Calif. : Image
   Comics, 2012. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- Summary (from
   SkyRiver): When Zoe, a brilliant young scientist who
   specializes in identifying extinct viruses, is offered a
   job at a remote research facility in Antarctica, she soon
   discovers her employer has unearthed a perfectly preserved
   Neanderthal. That is only one of the many dark secrets
   lurking at the facility as Zoe races against time to stop a
   global pandemic. -- Science fiction genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6777.F42R4 2012
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Scientists.
   Return from Witch Mountain : Two Space Visitors Encounter
   Earth's Most Sinister Scientist, plus an awesome adventure:
   In Search of the Castaways : Five Courageous Souls Search
   for Three Men Lost at Sea. -- Poughkeepsie, N.Y. : Western
   Publishing Company, 1978. -- 64 p. : color illustrations ;
   26 cm. -- (Walt Disney Showcase ; no. 44) -- Science
   fiction and adventure story genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.4.G56W36no.44
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Scientists.
   "The Riddle of Earth's Second Moon" 8 p. in House of
   Mystery, no. 82 (Jan. 1959). -- Begins: "There it was in
   the skies, the awesome, wandering satellite from some alien
   corner of the cosmos. It caused seismograph needles to jump
   excitedly, brought on incredible changes in tides and
   weather, and awakened long-slumbering volcanoes that
   breathed smoke and fire. And it would cause far greater
   catastrophes, unless Earth's scientists could solve..." --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3H6no.82
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Scientists.
   "The Room Without a Door" / Hank Chapman, script ; Joe
   Maneely, art. 7 p. in Strange Tales, no. 5 (Feb. 1952) ;
   reprinted in Chamber of Chills, no. 16 (May 1975) ;
   reprinted again in Atlas Era Strange Tales, v. 1 (2007). --
   Summary: A scientist rejects science as useless for
   discovering the secret of time travel and turns to black
   magic instead. When he hears of a woman related to a witch
   burned in 1692 living nearby, he spies on her through a
   window and sees her summon the ghost of her ancestor. She
   confirms to the ghost that only she can travel through time
   by means of 'the room without a door.' The scientist gets
   the witch evicted and buys the house so that he can search
   for this room. He finds a small box with wallpaper made to
   resemble a room. He breaks the box open and finds himself
   back in 1692 tied to a burning stake. -- Data from Bob
   Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.5
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Scientists.
   "The Rough Rider : Theodore Roosevelt, President, Soldier,
   Scientist!" / a true story by Jackson Cole. 2 p. text in
   Real Life Comics, no. 4 (Apr. 1942). -- "A weakling in his
   youth, Teddy became a cowcountry ranch owner, frontier
   sheriff, and one of America's greatest heroes."  -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.4
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Scientists.
   "Run Door-Slamming Simulation Program"* (Brewster Rockit:
   Space Guy, May 10, 2006) / by Tim Rickard. -- Summary: The
   computer wants to interface with other computers, and the
   scientist won't allow it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "computers"
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Scientists.
   "St. Albert the Great, Patron Saint of Scientists" / by
   Arthur C. Bromirski. p. 3-7 in Treasure Chest, v. 2, no. 6
   (Nov. 12, 1946). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.2no.6
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Scientists.
   The Santa Fe Jail / Lars Jakobsen ; translation by Lars
   Jakobsen and Robyn Chapman. -- Minneapolis : Graphic
   Universe, 2012. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. --
   (Mortensen's Escapades ; 2) -- Translation of: Spjældet i
   Santa Fé. -- Summary (from OCLC): While trying to ransom a
   scientist who was studying a rare metal, Mortensen is
   drugged and packed in a crate headed for Africa, but soon
   learns that the scientist is wanted by more than one
   person, in more than one place and time. -- Adventure story
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6790.D33 J33S6313 2012
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Scientists.
   Science and Scientists in the Comics : clipping file. -- 1
   portfolio : ill. ; 25 x 38 cm. -- Collected at Michigan
   State University Libraries in the Russel B. Nye Popular
   Culture Collection's Popular Culture Vertical File (PCVF).
   1. Science--Comic books, strips, etc. 2. Scientists--Comic
   books, strips, etc. I. Popular Culture Vertical
   File--Comics.
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Scientists.
   "Scott's has Stolen My Idea for a Low-Mow Lawn"* (Sylvia,
   Aug. 18, 2000) / Nicole Hollander. -- Summary: Clyde the
   scientist is depressed, but then he comes up with "a grass
   as soft as bunny fur" for barefoot walking. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "lawns"
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Scientists.
   "The Secret Reporter of the Illustrated Press!" (Big Town)
   8 p. in Big Town, no. 49 (Jan./Feb. 1958). -- Summary (by
   Shayna Sherman): Wiley Harris is working on a newspaper
   story series about a scientist friend of his named Dr. Jeff
   Courtney, who has disappeared. A rival newspaper is running
   the same series nearly word-for-word, but editor Steve
   Wilson has confidence in Wiley, knows he's not
   double-selling the material, and lets Wiley keep working on
   the story. Steve has found the stub of a foreign cigarette
   that he thinks is connected to the disappearance. He finds
   the smoker and follows him to an apartment full of
   "foreign-looking men." The police, whom Wiley has called,
   soon arrive. The foreigners are indeed spies, and Dr.
   Courtney is found on the premises. He had been working on a
   "device to counter guided missiles," which is what the
   spies wanted. The duplicate newspaper stories were the
   result of Wiley's hired man fishing carbon paper out of his
   wastebasket, and the hired man is no longer hired. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3B5no.49
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Scientists.
   "Shazam's Scientists and Inventors" (Captain Marvel) 2 p.
   in Shazam!, no. 15 (Nov./Dec. 1974). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.4.N3S48no.15
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Scientists.
   "She Wears a Lab Coat!"* (Arlo 'n' Janis, Sept. 11, 1999) /
   Johnson. -- Summary: Gene asks how Astor the dog is like a
   scientist. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Labradors"
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Scientists.
   Showcase Presents the Atom / all stories written by Gardner
   Fox ; all covers and stories pencilled by Gil Kane ; all
   covers inked by Murphy Anderson and all stories inked by
   Sid Greene ; unless otherwise noted. -- New York : DC
   Comics, 2007-2008. -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Showcase Presents
   Library of Classics) -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1 -- Contents: Vol.
   1: Originally published in single magazine form in Showcase
   34-36, The Atom 1-17 ; Vol. 2: Originally issued in single
   magazine form as: The Atom 18-38, issued 1965-1968. -- "Ivy
   University professor and scientist Ray Palmer discovers a
   mysterious meteorite giving him the ability to shrink his
   body to microscopic size. Fashioning a uniform from fibers
   taken from the meteorite, Dr. Palmer learned to control not
   only his size but also his mass, emerging as a mighty
   champion of justice and enemy of all evil as the hero
   called The Atom." -- Superhero genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.A84S47 2007
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Scientists.
   "The Sign on the Sand Brings Help from the Sky" (The Tiger
   of Kashgar) 1 p. in The Topper, no. 60 (Mar. 27, 1954). --
   Summary: The Tiger, in a coonskin cap, rescues three
   British scientists somewhere north of India's border. --
   Call no.: PN6738.T617no.60
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Scientists.
   "Sir Edward Appleton, the Man Behind the Mysterious Fingers
   of Radar!" 6 p. in Real Life Comics, no. 32 (June 1946). --
   "Only a miracle stood between Britain's hard-pressed R.A.F.
   and grim tragedy when fast-flying Nazi hordes assaulted
   her, but this accomplished scientist supplied that miracle
   in the form of radar, the electronic detective." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.32
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Scientists.
   "A Slight Case of Overkill" / story, Bill DuBay ; art,
   Leopold Sanchez. p. 33-40 in Creepy, no. 99 (July 1978). --
   "The planet was on the brink of nuclear war when a mad but
   brilliant Russian scientist created the ultimate weapon, a
   deterrent so powerful that it made war impossible. What
   produced this miracle?" -- Call no.: PN6728.3.W3C7no.99
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Scientists.
   "Sorry, Wrong Planet" / pencils, Bernard Baily. 4 p. in
   Strange Tales, no. 45 (Apr. 1956). -- Summary: An alien
   with orders to colonize Earth lands and asks the first
   person he sees if he is on Earth. The man answers him
   sarcastically, "No, it's Mars." The alien disappears and
   scientists detect colonization activity on Mars, which the
   alien has mistaken for Earth. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou
   Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.45
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Scientists.
   Spider-Man 2 [videorecording (DVD)] / Columbia Pictures
   presents a Marvel Enterprises/Laura Ziskin production ;
   produced by Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad ; screenplay by Alvin
   Sargent ; directed by Sam Raimi. -- Culver City, Calif. :
   Columbia Pictures, 2004. -- 2 videodiscs (ca. 128 min.) :
   sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Peter
   Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man, is desperately trying to balance
   his dual identities. He can't keep up at college, pay his
   rent, or seem to make amends with his estranged best friend
   Harry and his beloved Mary Jane is more skeptical than
   ever. Peter begins to notice that he's losing some of his
   powers and wonders if the cost of being a superhero isn't
   too high. Meanwhile Peter's idol, the renowned scientist
   Otto Octavius, has turned into a maniacal cyborg after a
   failed science experiment. Peter realizes he must decide
   between the ordinary life he so desires and the
   responsibilities of retaining his secret identity to stop
   "Doc Ock" and save New York City from destruction. -- Call
   no.: PN1995.9.S666S652 2004
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Scientists.
   "Die Spur des Gletscher-Dämons" p. 3-14 in Gespenster
   Geschichten, Nr. 76 (1975?). -- Summary: Scientists from
   Europe hunt and kill the Yeti, thereby depriving the
   Tibetan village of its protection from rest of the monsters
   of the mountains. -- Call no.: PN6758.G38Nr.76
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Scientists.
   Spying Eyes / Nancy Holder. -- New York : Pocket Books,
   1998. -- 147 p. ; 18 cm. -- (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch ;
   14) -- "An Archway paperback." -- "Based on the hit TV
   series." -- Summary (from OCLC): When a team of government
   scientists descends on Westbridge, on the lookout for signs
   of black magic, Sabrina tries to throw them off the trail
   while she struggles to reverse a spell she cast that has
   gone awry. -- Call no.: PS3558 .O3477547S63 1998
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Scientists.
   Star / Keiko Konno ; translation, Vivian Chien ; lettering,
   Peter Wong. -- Gardena, CA : Digital Manga Pub., 2007. --
   190 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- (Yaoi Manga) -- Translation of:
   Kimi no na wa Star. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC):
   "Hoshimi Sudou is known as a lady-killer at the office. But
   Sudou leads a double life-- lady-killer scientist by day,
   awkward-yet-charming singer in an amateur jazz band at
   night. His co-worker Hirokawa stumbles upon Sudou late one
   night on the street and is taken by his true face. At work
   Hirokawa finds himself becoming more and more attracted to
   Sudou and sets out to seduce him." -- Gay romance genre. --
   Call no.: PN6790.J33 K6525K513 2007
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Scientists.
   "The Strange Ones" / pencils, Art Peddy. 5 p. in Strange
   Tales, no. 31 (Aug. 1954). -- Summary: Scientists search
   for a mutant to tame their atomic pile, but he has
   undergone a procedure that makes him normal. -- Data from
   Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand
   Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.31
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Scientists.
   "Superman vs. the Rainmaker"* (Superman) / script, Jerry
   Siegel ; pencils, Wane Boring. 13 p. in World's Best
   Comics, no. 1 (1941) ; reprinted in Superman: the World's
   Finest Comics Archives, no. 1 (2004). -- Summary: A
   criminal scientist learns how to control the weather and
   uses his power for extortion, and he even nearly stops
   Superman from interfering by using a paralysis gas. --
   Appearances of Perry White, Lois Lane, B. Drexel
   Rutherford. -- Villain The Rainmaker is introduced and
   dies. -- Data from Bob Hughes, Bob Klein, Gene Reed, et al.
   via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3W7m no.1
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Scientists.
   Tales of an Imperfect Future / Alfonso Font. -- Milwaukie,
   OR : Dark Horse Books ; SAF Comics, 2014. -- 88 p. : ill. ;
   29 cm. -- "Tales of an Imperfect Future presents stories
   about a planet-killing starship and the corrupt officials
   that revel in its destructive power; two quarrelsome
   scientists and a snarky computer stuck on a planet where it
   never, ever stops raining; the musings of a pilot flying
   away from nuclear devastation toward the possibility of
   another chance--and more!" -- Science fiction genre. --
   Call no.: PN6777.F6T313 2014
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Scientists.
   "Teen Tablets!" (Prof. Archie Andrews Presents) 2 p. in
   Archie's Madhouse, no. 9 (Dec. 1960). -- Scientists should
   provide pills to enhance or replace blind dates, dancing,
   getting sick, movies, dessert, exams, fancy food,
   allowances, and speed. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.A7A67no.9
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Scientists.
   "The 10th at Noon" / Wood. 6 p. in Weird Fantasy, no. 11
   (Jan./Feb. 1952) -- SUMMARY: The Eastern Alliance gives an
   ultimatum: meet the demands or they'll use the hydrogen
   bomb on December 10th at noon; meanwhile scientists try out
   a camera that can take pictures of the future, trying to
   predict the weather, and they see a crater in place of New
   York.
   I. Wood, Wallace. k. Hydrogen Bombs. k. Bombs. k. Cold War.
   k. Ultimatums. k. Scientists. k. The Future. k. Weather
   prediction. k. Craters. k. Noon. Call no.:
   PN6728.2.E14W3ano.11
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Scientists.
   "Time Was..." / plot, Stan Lee ; script and pencils, Larry
   Lieber ; inks, Sol Brodsky. 5 p. in Strange Tales, no. 109
   (June 1963). -- Summary: Scientist Eric Kane builds a time
   machine and travels to prehistoric times. When he kills an
   attacking caveman he unknowingly kills his own human
   ancestor, meaning that he becomes a Neanderthal. -- Data
   from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75no.109
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Scientists.
   "To Brand Him Traitor" (Ghost Squadron) / Maurice Whitman.
   8 p. in Wings Comics, no. 83 (July 1947). -- Villains
   Margo, Herry Roth, and Nazi scientists are all introduced
   and all die ; introduction of Vic Parker. -- Data from Lou
   Mougin, Jim Walls, Gary L. Watson, et al., via Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5W5m no.83
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Scientists.
   "To Hammer the Earth"* (Sandman) / Gardner Fox, script ;
   Creig Flessel, pencils ; Chad Grothkopf, inks and letters.
   10 p. in Adventure Comics, no. 57 (Dec. 1940) ; reprinted
   in Golden Age Sandman Archives, v. 1. -- The villains are a
   mad scientist and his assistant, both introduced here ;
   Bill Williams is introduced and dies ; Phoebe is
   introduced. -- Superhero genre. -- Data from Bob Cherry,
   Gene Reed, Lou Mougin, Bob Hughes, Craig Delich, et al.,
   via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.N3A3m no.57
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Scientists.
   "Trapped by the Electric Eye" 10 p. in Science Comics, no.
   1 (Mar. 1951) -- SUMMARY: A scientist catches a thief using
   an infra-red camera set off by a photoelectric cell.
   1. Photoelectric cells--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Infrared photography--Comic books, strips, etc. k.
   Scientists. k. Thieves. k. Cameras. k. Electric eyes. Call
   no.: PN6734.S345no.1
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Scientists.
   "Trapped in the Tomb" / Norman Steinberg, art. 7 p. in
   Strange Tales, no. 2 (Aug. 1951) ; reprinted in Atlas Era
   Strange Tales, v. 1 (2007). -- Summary: A scientist invents
   a box which can teleport a person's spirit and loans it to
   a friend. The friend decides to kill his wife and use the
   box's ability to establish an alibi of being somewhere else
   at the moment of the crime, but his wife gets the idea
   first. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn,
   et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75m no.2
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Scientists.
   "Tritón" / by Daniel Torres. p. 14-24 in Heavy Metal, v. 8,
   no. 9 (Dec. 1984). -- "Last issue, Armando Mistral agreed
   to go to Triton to remedy the world's drought. Just days
   before, his friend, scientist Pierre Covalsky, had been
   killed trying to do the same thing." -- "To be continued."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.8no.9
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Scientists.
   Two-Fisted Science : Stories about Scientists / written by
   Jim Ottaviani and illustrated by Mark Badger, Donna Barr,
   Sean Bieri, Colleen Doran, David Lasky, Steve Lieber, Lin
   Lucas, Bernie Mireault, Scott Roberts, Scott Saavedra, and
   Rob Walton. -- General Tektronics Labs, 1997. -- 126 p. :
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references. --
   Call no.: PN6727 .O85 T9 1997
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Scientists.
   "2R/R2 + R1" / Moebius. p. 13-15 in French Ticklers, no. 2
   (Dec. 1989). -- Summary: A scientist trying to cure the
   common cold drinks a faulty solution, becomes a giant
   bat-like creature, and drags his assistant Jane into the
   lab with him. Originally in Hara-Kiri in 1963 or 1964 ;
   reprinted in Moebius 1/2 (Graphitti Designs, 1991). -- Call
   no.: PN6746.F7no.2
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Scientists.
   "Voyage of Mystery : Adventurer and Scientist Count de la
   Perouse sailed the Pacific for Three Years, then Vanished"
   4 p. in True Comics, no. 12 (May 1942). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P3T7no.12
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Scientists.
   WE3 / Grant Morrison, writer ; Frank Quitely, artist. --
   New York : DC Comics, 2005. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Vertigo) -- "Originally published in single magazine form
   as WE3 1-3" -- "Using ordinary domestic animals for their
   test subjects, the scientists of Project AWE have created a
   new class of cyborgs" -- Science fiction genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6737.Q5W4 2005
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Scientists.
   The Web : the Graphic Novel / Jonathan Kellerman ; adapted
   by Ande Parks ; art by Michael Gaydos. -- New York :
   Ballantine Books, 2014. -- 164 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. --
   Summary (from amazon.com via OCLC): "After a narrow escape
   from his burning house, psychologist Dr. Alex Delaware is
   ready for a relaxing getaway. And revered scientist Dr.
   Woodrow Wilson Moreland has just the ticket for Alex and
   his girlfriend, Robin Castagna: an all-expenses-paid
   vacation to a Pacific island retreat. It won't all be fun
   in the sun, however. But helping Dr. Moreland prepare his
   fascinating case files for publication is business Alex is
   happy to mix with pleasure. Unfortunately, pleasure is in
   short supply on the remote island of Aruk, with its dark
   history hanging heavy in the tropical air. Though reports
   of a bloody native uprising and mutants haunting the jungle
   may be rumors, the brutal, unsolved murder of a young woman
   is very real. So is the bad vibe Alex and Robin get from a
   battling pair of married scientists, a scandal-hunting
   writer, a duo of menacing beach bums, and a politician with
   a hidden agenda. Not to mention their enigmatic host, a man
   being eaten alive by secrets. As another savage murder
   stuns the island, a dangerous storm closes in, and so does
   the conspiracy consuming Aruk like a strangling vine. With
   no one to trust but each other, Alex and Robin must track
   down the hellish truth beneath a lost paradise--before the
   blue Pacific waters run red with more spilled blood." --
   Detective genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.G33W4 2014
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Scientists.
   "Werewolves From Hydra-Hell" (Auro) / art: George Evans. 6
   p. in Planet Comics, no. 49 (July 1947). -- Title from
   cover. -- Appearance of Dorna ; villains introduced are a
   mad scientist and his mermaids (all die). -- Data from Lou
   Mougin via the Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.F5P55m no.49
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Scientists.
   "What Happened on the Moon?" / pencils, Bill Benulis ;
   inks, Jack Abel. 5 p. in Strange Tales, no. 22 (Sept.
   1953). -- Summary: A scientist builds a robot that can
   survive the voyage to the moon, but when it arrives it
   constructs a factory to duplicate an army of robots for the
   purpose of conquering Earth. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou
   Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75no.22
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Scientists.
   "Wicky and the Mad Scientist" / by Rod Reed. 2 p. text in
   Whiz Comics, no. 115 (Nov. 1949). -- Call no.: Film
   15791r.69
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Scientists.
   "Wizard of Science : George Washington Carver" 8 p. in True
   Comics, no. 28 (Oct. 1943)
   1. Carver, George Washington--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   African American scientists--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   George Washington Carver. k. Scientists. Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P3T7no.28
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Scientists.
   "The World Beyond" / Steve Ditko. 5 p. in Strange Tales,
   no. 82 (Mar. 1961) ; reprinted in Where Monsters Dwell, no.
   17 (Sept. 1972) and in Where Monsters Dwell, no. 37 (Sept.
   1975). -- Summary: A scientist creates a pill to shrink
   himself to subatomic size, convinced that whole other
   worlds exist at microscopic levels. His pill works, and he
   vanishes into a whole new world called Earth. This story is
   a retelling of "I Shrunk Away to Nothing," also drawn by
   Ditko, from Journey into Mystery, no. 56 (Jan. 1960). --
   Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn et al. via
   Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75no.82
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Scientists.
   "Would You Like to Be a Scientist?" (Msgr. Conroy Asks)
   text p. 20-21 in Treasure Chest of Fun & Fact, v. 20, no. 5
   (Nov. 5, 1964). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.20no.5
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Scientists.
   "You Can't Kill Me" / script, Stan Lee ; art, Harry
   Anderson. 7 p. in Strange Tales, no. 16 (Mar. 1953) ;
   reprinted in Tomb of Darkness, no. 21 (July 1976). --
   Summary: A scientist develops a method of reattaching
   severed heads, but when his beloved daughter makes him
   promise to reattach the head of an executed killer she
   wishes to marry, he puts the man's head back on upside down
   to save her from herself. -- Characters are Henri Lebret,
   Suzanne Duval, and Pierre Duval. -- Data from Bob Klein,
   Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.16
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Scientists.
   "Zagro, Tyrant of Saturn"* (Mars, God of War) / art: Joe
   Doolin. 10 p. in Planet Comics, no. 22 (Jan. 1943). --
   Villains are Zagro (introduced here and dies), and
   Saturnians; introduction of Bill Taylor, Flo Davis, and an
   old scientist who dies. -- Data from Lou Mougin via the
   Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.F5P55m
   no.22
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Scientists.
   "Zero of Time" 2 p. text in Strange Tales, no. 115 (Dec.
   1963) ; reprinted from Adventures into Weird Worlds, no. 7
   (June 1952). -- Summary: A scientist's machine transports
   him and a reporter outside of time and into the realm of
   Father Time. -- Characters are John Pearson and Prof.
   Thomas Benton. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou Mougin, Martin
   O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.M3S75no.115
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Scientists in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   "Absent-Mindedness, Mustaches, and the Cold War : The Image
   of Science in Hergé's Professor Calculus and Franquin's
   Count of Champignac" / Fabrice Leroy. p. 205-217 in
   International Journal of Comic Art, v. 4, no. 1 (Spring
   2002). -- Includes illustrations and bibliographical
   references. -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.4no.1
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Scientologists.
   "Life After Death!" (Dirtfarm, July 24, 2009) / by Ben
   Claassen III. -- Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus,
   Scientologists, Buddhists, agnostics, atheists, and bananas
   each get one panel. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "life after
   death"
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Scientology.
   The Basic Scientology Picture Book : a Visual Aid to a
   Better Understanding of Man and Life / based on the works
   of L. Ron Hubbard. -- Los Angeles : Bridge Publications,
   1991. -- 79 p. : ill. ; 34 cm. -- Educational comic book
   about Scientology and Dianetics. -- Call no.: folio
   BP605.S2B3 1991
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Scientology.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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"Lo Scienziato Perduto" (Captain Easy) / di Crooks & Lawrence.
   p. 38-53 in MarzoLinus (Supplemento al n. 72 di Linus (Mar.
   1971). -- Strips dated Apr. 3 to June 12, 1970. -- Call
   no.: PN6768.L5M3 1971
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Scieron.
   TECGWD. -- Slough, Berks : Scieron, . -- ill. ; 21 cm. -- A
   fanzine about comics. -- Production and editing: Steve
   Craddock. -- "The East Clandon Great Whaling Disaster of
   1925." -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 2, no. 4-5 (1978-1979). -- Call
   no.: PN6735.T12
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Scieszka, Jon.
   The Seven Blunders of the World / created by Jon Scieszka ;
   adapted by Zachary Rau ; adapted from the teleplay by Gary
   Apple. -- New York : Harper Trophy, 2006. -- 96 p. : col.
   ill. ; 20 cm. -- (Time Warp Trio ; v. 2) -- "Based on the
   television series!" -- Summary (from SkyRiver): When Joe,
   Fred, and Sam warp to Babylon to figure out who stole The
   Book, they meet King Nebuchadnezzar II and Queen Amyitis,
   the creators of the famous hanging gardens. -- Adventure
   story genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.T535S4 2006
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