Monster Hunter Illustrations 2

Author: Capcom

Publisher: Udon Entertainment

ISBN: 1772940860

Category:

Page: 400

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Hardcover edition! Monster Hunter Illustrations continues with another mammoth-sized, 400-page artwork collection! Monster Hunter Illustrations 2 covers all the third generation Monster Hunter games including Monster Hunter Tri and Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. Featured are creature designs, character designs, armor, weapons, tons of rough sketches, and more
Monster Hunter Illustrations

Author: Capcom

Publisher: Udon Entertainment

ISBN: 1772940852

Category: Art

Page: 304

View: 214

Hardcover Edition! Beloved by fans the world over, the Monster Hunter series takes players on an epic quest to hunt or capture the most dangerous and fantastic monsters imaginable. Monster Hunter Illustrations collects the unparalleled artwork behind the first two generations of games in this landmark series. Inside you'll find hundreds of designs for characters, monsters, armor, weapons, and more, plus tons of rough drawings and sketch work.
Monster Hunter Illustrations 3

Author: Capcom

Publisher:

ISBN: 1772941352

Category: Art

Page: 376

View: 404

Beloved by fans the world over, the Monster Hunter series takes players on an epic quest to hunt the most dangerous and fantastic creatures imaginable. Monster Hunter Illustrations is back with this new, leviathan-sized, artwork collection! Monster Hunter
The Monster Hunter's Handbook

Author: Ibrahim Amin

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781596912380

Category: Humor

Page: 226

View: 794

The book instructs readers in the background of each creature and the dangers each present. It also includes a catalog of the premodern worlds most powerful armament. This book details everything a new generation of valiant monster hunters needs to know t
Alex Finch: Monster Hunter

Author: Cate Dean

Publisher: Pentam Press

ISBN:

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 280

View: 147

Meet Alex Finch - tomboy, techno geek, monster hunter. Reluctant monster hunter. A school project, an absentminded project partner, and a misplaced backpack all change 16-year-old Alex Finch's life forever. In a single afternoon Alex finds the missing backpack, has a run-in with Sam, the boy she's had a crush on since first grade - and discovers that monsters are real. That mind-blowing incident throws her life in a completely different direction, uncovering secrets that cost her more than she could ever imagine. And the further she digs, the darker and more dangerous the secrets become. What else is hiding behind the ordinary facade of her California beach town? Alex is about to find out.
The Monster Hunter's Manual

Author: Jessica Penot

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 9781780999326

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 114

View: 689

Gabriel is a boy who has just lost everything. His parents have died and he's forced to move to a strange country, France, to find a new home. He dislikes his crazy aunt, who he has to live with, he doesn't want to learn French, and to make matters worse, the only real family he has left is his whiny baby brother. Despite all this, as soon as Gabriel enters his aunt's ancient castle, he realizes that all these disasters might be the beginning of a grand adventure. In the castle of Chateau Larcher, the walls groan and the attic talks. Shadows take on strange shapes and Gabriel becomes convinced the castle is haunted. But the ghosts in Chateau Larcher aren't what Gabriel expects and he soon learns that skeletons aren't always scary and ghosts can tell the most interesting stories.
Guys Read: Nate Macavoy, Monster Hunter

Author: Bruce Hale

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780062112149

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 40

View: 993

Nate’s best friend Jeremy is missing, and Nate seems to be the only one worried that he’s been captured by hideous creatures that live in the sewers. A short story from Guys Read: Thriller, edited by Jon Scieszka.

Monster Hunter

Monster Hunter

Author: Michael Dahl

Publisher: Raintree

ISBN: 9781474771481

Category:

Page: 73

View: 825

In the busy streets of Shanghai, three young people hide from a group of determined hunters who are searching for anyone born with dragon blood. The friends must work to hide their identities. Their greatest strengths could betray them, and turn them into prisoners forever.
Max Helsing, Monster Hunter

Author: Curtis Jobling

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781408341797

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 320

View: 906

Slaying.... and playing. All part of a day's work for Max Helsing. Descended from a long line of monster hunters, Max Helsing does a pretty good job of being and eighth grader by day and keeping his town safe from demons, ghouls and the occasional mummy by night. That is, until he turns thriteen and discovers he's been cursed by an ancient vampire who wants him dead - at any cost. To save the world - and his life - Max must rely on his wise-cracking best friend, cantankerous monster, computer genius neighbour, and brand-new puppy. He'll need all their help and more to break the Thirteenth Curse!
The Monster Hunter in Modern Popular Culture

Author: Heather L. Duda

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786451876

Category: Social Science

Page: 192

View: 858

As monsters in popular media have evolved and grown more complex, so have those who take on the job of stalking and staking them. This book examines the evolution of the contemporary monster hunter from Bram Stoker’s Abraham Van Helsing to today’s non-traditional monster hunters such as Blade, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Watchmen. Critically surveying a diverse range of books, films, television shows, and graphic novels, this study reveals how the monster hunter began as a white, upper-class, educated male and became everything from a vampire to a teenage girl with supernatural powers. Now often resembling the monsters they’ve vowed to conquer, modern characters occupy a gray area where the battle is often with their own inner natures as much as with the “evil” they fight.
Monster Hunter

Author: Justin LaRocca Hansen

Publisher: Sky Pony

ISBN: 1616089687

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 353

Billy is a monster hunter. That’s because his home is infested with slimy, hairy, creeping, slithering, garbage-eating monsters! One week, Billy does battle with the monsters—in his bedroom, in the bathroom, even in the kitchen. But the problem is that monster hunting is a messy operation, and Billy’s mom isn’t so thrilled about all the messes she continues to find, whether it is water covering the floor, clothes thrown on the furniture, or food strewn about in the kitchen. So, when the hunting goes too far for Mom, Billy learns that monster hunting can—and must—be done with the proper tools. A vacuum or a rag with soapy water does wonders in defeating and cleaning up after a particularly troublesome Mud-Grass monster. With Billy’s new monster-hunting techniques, he and Mom come to an agreement, and Halloween (and the house) is never the same again! Author and illustrator Justin LaRocca Hansen has created a fun and clever story that teaches children the importance of cleaning up after their messes. The whimsical illustrations of Billy happily fighting off his imaginative monsters will capture the attention of young readers, while reminding them to be responsible at home. A must-read for any special monster hunter you may know!
1001 Illustrations That Connect

Author: Craig Brian Larson

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310320548

Category: Religion

Page: 578

View: 446

Every preacher, teacher, or writer knows the value of a good illustration in helping connect the truth of the passage with the congregation or class—and how hard it is to come up with good illustrations week after week. This book contains the cream of the crop: 1001 illustrations carefully selected from among thousands on Christianity Today International’s popular website PreachingToday.com. These illustrations are proven, memorable, and illuminating. As the saying goes, they will preach! And they’re fresh, all written within the past seven years. Of course the best illustrations are no good if you can’t find the right one. These illustrations have been arranged according to twelve master topics, each divided into several subtopics. Further, they’ve been indexed according both to Bible references and to 500 keywords. A searchable CD-ROM is included, allowing you to get the illustration into your lesson or sermon with ease.