The Changing Man

Paul Weller: The Changing Man  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at June 23, 2017
Paul Weller: The Changing Man

Paul Weller: The Changing Man by Paolo Hewitt
English | June 16, 2008 | ISBN: 0593058755, 0552156094 | EPUB | 384 pages | 1.9 MB

V.A. - The Changing Man (2008)  Music

Posted by v3122 at May 6, 2016
V.A. - The Changing Man (2008)

V.A. - The Changing Man (2008)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Mojo Magazine, June 2008 | ~ 306 or 118 Mb | Scans(png) -> 55 Mb
Pop Rock / Classic Rock / Mod

~ Rarities & Inspiration. Mojo Presents 15 Tracks by Bob Marley, Gil Scott Heron, The Small Faces & More! ~

Shade the Changing Man vol 03 - Scream Time (2010)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Oct. 3, 2014
Shade the Changing Man vol 03 - Scream Time (2010)

Shade the Changing Man vol 03 - Scream Time (2010)
English | CBR | 151 pages | 306.22 MB

This new, third SHADE volume examines the question: Can a man from the Meta Zone make sense of America?
This fantastic re-imagining of Shade, The Changing Man – a character created by the legendary Steve Ditko (Amazing Spider-Man) in the 1970s – continues as Kathy George and Shade conclude their dangerous journey into the heartland on the trail of the deadly American Scream.
Collects Shade, The Changing Man #14-19.

Shade the Changing Man vol 02 - Edge of Vision (2009)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Oct. 3, 2014
Shade the Changing Man vol 02 - Edge of Vision (2009)

Shade the Changing Man vol 02 - Edge of Vision (2009)
English | CBR | 182 pages | 335.23 MB

This new, second volume collects SHADE THE CHANGING MAN #7-13 for the first time ever, as Shade and Kathy George continue their epic, mind-bending journey into the heartland of a nation on the trail of The American Scream.

Shade the Changing Man #1-70 (1990-1996) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 17, 2014
Shade the Changing Man #1-70 (1990-1996) Complete

Shade the Changing Man #1-70 (1990-1996) Complete
English | CBR | 70 Issues | 2.13 GB

The otherworldly Rac Shade is back from the Meta-Zone, only this time, he's got to inhabit the body of a psychopathic killer on death row. And the day he takes up residence is the day the killer's scheduled to be executed.

Shade The Changing Man Vol.2 #1-70 (1990-1996)  Comics

Posted by Coda at Dec. 23, 2010
Shade The Changing Man Vol.2  #1-70  (1990-1996)

Shade The Changing Man Vol.2 #1-70 (1990-1996)
CBZ/CBR/RAR | English | 70 Issues | 499 MB Total


Written by Peter Milligan, this series was meant to be a new take on Steve Ditko's Shade, the Changing Man. It became one of the intellectual and "mature" titles DC Comics was publishing at the time. So when Karen Berger (who happened to be an editor on the book) got her Vertigo imprint, this series became one of the six core titles that switched over, this series doing so with #33. From that point on the series continued for several more years, releasing more issues under the Vertigo imprint then it had with DC until it ended in 1996 with a seventy-issue run. Through that run the series went through three distinctive eras, the first was from #1-32 (Shade's first lifetime), coincidentally ending with the final issue before the addition of the Vertigo label. The second era was from #32-50, mostly taking place in a setting referred to as Hotel Shade and dealing with a characteristically different Shade. The final era of the book was #51-70 and for the most part took place in New York City, during which Shade tried to find meaning to his life once again.

The Illustrated Man (1969)  Video

Posted by Helladot at Oct. 11, 2017
The Illustrated Man (1969)

The Illustrated Man (1969)
BRRip 720p | MKV | 1280 x 720 | x264 @ 2560 Kbps | 1h 42mn | 2,13 Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subtitles: English (embedded)
Genre: Sci-Fi | Director: Jack Smight

The Illustrated Man is classic Bradbury, a collection of eighteen startling visions of humankind's destiny, unfolding across a canvas of decorated skin, visions as keen as the tattooist's needle and as colorful as the inks that indelibly stain the body. The images, ideas, sounds and scents that abound in this phantasmagoric sideshow are provocative and powerful: the mournful cries of celestial travelers cast out cruelly into a vast space of stars and blackness, the sight of gray dust settling over a forgotten outpost on a road that leads nowhere, the pungent odor of Jupiter on a returning father's clothing. Here living cities take their vengeance, technology awakens the most primal natural instincts, Martian invasions are foiled by the good life and the glad hand, and dreams are carried aloft in junkyard rockets.

Neoliberalism and the Changing Face of Unionism  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Jeembo at Oct. 10, 2017
Neoliberalism and the Changing Face of Unionism

Neoliberalism and the Changing Face of Unionism: The Combined and Uneven Development of Class Capacities in Turkey by Efe Can Gürcan, Berk Mete
English | 2017 | ISBN: 3319482831 | 164 Pages | PDF | 2.4 MB

This book provides a political, economic, and sociological investigation of how neoliberalism shapes 'working class capacities,' or the power of the working class to organize and struggle for its collective interests.
Rethinking Tax Services: The Changing Role of Tax Service Providers in SME Tax Compliance: Edition 2016

Rethinking Tax Services: The Changing Role of Tax Service Providers in SME Tax Compliance: Edition 2016 by Oecd Organisation For Economic Co-Operation And Development
English | 2016 | ISBN: 9264256083 | 124 pages | PDF | 2,5 MB

Bobby Timmons - The Soul Man! (1966) {Prestige}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 9, 2017
Bobby Timmons - The Soul Man! (1966) {Prestige}

Bobby Timmons - The Soul Man! (1966) {Prestige}
EAC 0.95b2 | FLAC Image | Cue+Log | Full Scans 300dpi | 243MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 95MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Hard Bop

The Soul Man! is beautiful, elegant music and, contrary to what one might expect from a straightforward Prestige session, it's made up entirely of compelling, memorable originals. When the album was recorded, both Wayne Shorter and Ron Carter were in the second Miles Davis quintet, and it appears from this record that they were willing to contribute original compositions for a smaller unit under someone else's leadership, even someone as modest as Bobby Timmons, who was essentially just a reliable, bluesy pianist, while Miles was a giant. The result actually is a small gem. Shorter is at the height of his maturity as a player, delivering eloquent, lyrical statements in that rich, confident tone, while Timmons lays down solos as witty as he ever played with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, the "school" that gave him (and Shorter, incidentally) an assured place in the business.