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Whatever Happened to Aberdeen Symbolic Interactionism?

Raymond Illsley had a programme grant from the Medical Research Council (MRC). There was never any doubt that he would get it. Aberdeen already had a large and thriving group of teachers and students interested in symbolic interactionism. 1,050 more words

Symbolic Interaction

Review: SHIELD Issue 3

Written by Mark Waid

Pencils by Alan Davis

Inks by Mark Farmer

Colours by Matthew Wilson

Letters by VC’s Joe Caramagna

Published by Marvel

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Wolverine: Bloodlust (1990)

Logan comes to the aid of an ancient race living in the snows of Canada. To do this, he must face his most elemental self, as he struggles not only with a blood thirsty enemy, but his own beserker self. 12 more words

Marvel

Some odd facts about Captain Britain's Meggan from 1989

So I’ve been doing some research on Captain Britain’s wife Meggan for a project I’m working on with Avengers UK, it’s no hardship though as it involves reading a lot of comics. 432 more words

Captain Britain

Avengers: Ultron Forever #1 (Marvel)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Don’t Overlook this Avengers Series!
by ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas.

This past week was a big one when it comes to Avengers titles, not only in stories but also in quantity. 421 more words

Comics

Everything Old is Still Old, Yet Depressingly Contemporary


Hello there, slugs! I haven’t forgotten about you in my absence from weblogging, in fact, quite the opposite. Every time I have absorbed a wad of culture, be it comic or film or book or Taylor Swift song, I have thought “aw I should maybe write about this on my blog, eh”. 1,394 more words

Comics

Book Review - Hawkeye: My life as a weapon

TITLE: Hawkeye: My life as a weapon
AUTHOR: Matt Fraction
ILLUSTRATOR: David Aja, Javier Pulido, Alan Davis
FORMAT: Paperback/Graphic Novel
PUBLISHED: 2013

Hawkeye is my favorite Avenger, so when I found the graphic novel of this at the library, I was really excited.   267 more words

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