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Strange Worlds - Atlas Comics
... Strange Worlds Strange Worlds #1 (Dec ... Heck, Joe Sinnott, Carl Burgos, Bob Powell The second Strange Worlds was a short-lived series from Marvel Comics' 1950s predecessor company, Atlas Comics ... "I Captured the Abominable Snowman", by writer Stan Lee, artist Steve Ditko reprinted Strange Tales Annual #2 (1963) Chamber of Darkness #7 (Oct ...
Tara Strong - Filmography
... Raven 2007 Ben 10 Secret of the Omnitrix Ben Tennyson Disney Princess Enchanted Tales Follow Your Dreams Sharma Doctor Strange The Sorcerer Supreme April Strange TMNT Additional Voices Tom and Jerry A Nutcracker Tale ... The Care Bears 1987 Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater Hello Kitty Garbage Pail Kids Patty Putty Sylvanian Families Bridget Maxie's World My Pet Monster Amie ... X-Men Magik 1993 The Incredible Dennis the Menace Tales from the Cryptkeeper 1994 Tekkaman Blade II Yumi Francois/Tekkaman Hiver 1995 Gadget Boy Heather Heather ...
Nebula Award For Best Short Story - Winners and Nominees
... Nothing Ever Happens in Rock City" Artemis 20032 !2003 Pratt, TimTim Pratt "Little Gods" Strange Horizons 20032 !2003 Swanwick, MichaelMichael Swanwick "Dog Said Bow-Wow !The Dog Said ... Children of Magic 20072 !2007 Goss, TheodoraTheodora Goss "Pip and the Fairies" Strange Horizons 20081 !2008 Fowler, Karen JoyKaren Joy Fowler* "Always" Asimov's Science ... Ford "Dreaming Wind !The Dreaming Wind" Coyote Road Trickster Tales !The Coyote Road Trickster Tales 20092 !2009 Johnson, KijKij Johnson "26 Monkeys, Also the ...

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