High in the Citadel there exists a bio-dome of clean air and pure water, protected from the toxicity and anarchy of the Wasteland. Here, the warlord Immortan Joe keeps his most prized possessions--his wives--imprisoned for his pleasure and his insistence that they bear him healthy male heirs. Then, amid this cruel depravity, an unlikely rescuer emerges...the Immortan's most lethal warrior: the Imperator Furiosa. From the mind of George Miller, the creator of the Mad Max trilogy, the prelude miniseries to the upcoming film Mad Max: Fury Road continues!
Left for dead and his V8 Interceptor stolen, Max Rockatansky sets out to retrieve it...heading straight into the bowels of the Sunken City with nothing but his sawed-off shotgun. But the stakes are much higher than the fate of Max's ride--an innocent girl, Glory, has also been kidnapped by the depraved Buzzards. By the time Max arrives, it may already be too late... From George Miller, the mastermind behind the Mad Max Trilogy, comes the turbocharged grand finale to Vertigo's MAD MAX: FURY ROAD specials!
A Delaware Album, 1900-1930 contains over 300 postcard photographs from the entire state taken during the period from 1900 to 1930. Arranged by subjects—City and Town Views; Delaware Beaches; Amusements; Industry and Agriculture; Signs of the Times; Trains, Trolleys, and Automobiles; Water Transportation; Schools; Religion; Businesses; Hotels and Motels—each photo has a caption ranging from a sentence or two to several paragraphs. The book's introduction detail how the cards were produced, analyzes the subject matter depicted on the cards, documents the history of several of the most prominent local photographers in the state whose work is found almost only on postcards, and traces the evolution and popularization of postcard photography.
Hearing on the reauthorization of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, which was first written in 1974 with the goal of supporting states¿ actions to prevent youth crime and to provide core protections for children. The law recognized that clear biological differences between teenagers and adults meant that youth should not be treated in the same manner as adults. Witnesses: Michael Belton, Ramsey County, MN, Dep. Dir. of Juvenile Corrections; Scott Burns, Exec. Dir., National DA¿s Assoc.; A. Hasan Davis, Dep. Commissioner for Operations, Kentucky Dept. of Juvenile Justice; Tracy McClard, Parent; John Solberg, Exec. Dir., Rawhide Boys Ranch, New London, WI; Steven Teske, Judge, Clayton County Juvenile Court, GA. Illus.
“Seeds for the Harvest” is written to aid prospective church developers in spiritual focus and direction as it relate to church planting. The ready reference guild offers step by step direction in the area of planning, organizing, net working, recruitment, church growth, and the establishment of a successful new church start.