make your 2d destop as 3d

If you are not keen on the cookie-cutter appearance of your Oprating system or windows, i have covered some great tools for tweaking every last pixel of your desktop 
so it looks and acts just how you want. These are all small things that can be changed to make the desktop experience more desirable, cutom and geared to our own interests. 


SphereXP ShphereXP is  world's number one 3-dimensional desktop for windows xp =)

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Posted By mashir mughal07:50

how to Make your computer talk like Iron man's Jarvis

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You Must have Watched The Movie "IRON MAN","The Avengers" and Tony Stark's Talking Computer "jarvis". Despite being busy, i saw the movie "iron" few months ago and since then I was thinking to make something like "Jarvis"

The project development on "human computer interface" and "Gestural interface" has already been started by my side, which are capable of having feature like voice recognition,gestural interfaces. Some of those projects have been partially developed and working in desired manner, but few features and modules are yet to implement and on their way of completion in very short span of time.

Posted By mashir mughal07:45

Chat with your friends through MS-DOS

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1. All you need is your friends IP address and your Command Prompt.

2. Open your notepad and write tis code as it is.................. I would prefer you to copy this !

@echo off
:A
Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=User:
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto A

3. Now save this as "Messenger.Bat".

Posted By mashir mughal07:42

how to run android apps on pc

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In this post I’m going to show you how to use free software called BlueStack . It is app player for windows where you can run all your favorite android apps on your pc .
1) Download and Install BlueStacks
2) You can download and use any android apps and run it on your pc. If you’re looking for specific app

Posted By mashir mughal07:40

Most Powerful Fictional Superheroes

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Planet earth is a super creation, while the creation of human is an extraordinary work and its in human’s nature to dream of having powers to reach more higher and powers which can make him more better than the other. We humans like to create things and see which we most desire be it constructive or destructive, depending on the individual mentality.



A Super Hero is someone possessing extraordinary or superhuman powers and sometimes with magical skills. Well, though there are no such superheroes in reality, every young mind is made up of these fiction stories of Super heroes and for some they are a real addiction because these stories have been one of the most interesting fiction stories with fascinating characters.

Posted By mashir mughal14:40

some Common Misconceptions People have

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Formally, misconception has been defined as the mind’s attempt to connect new information with the information already stored in the memory. But misconceptions should be identified and confronted as soon as possible. Misconceptions can be conceptual, non-scientific, factual, preconceived, or vernacular. There may be different reasons for the origination of misconceptions some of which include errors in textbooks, impaired judgment, imprecise language, self-defeating beliefs, distorted thoughts, fallacies, unrealistic thinking, limiting concepts, delusions, mistaken perspectives, personal experience

Posted By mashir mughal14:38

10 Hindu Religion Myths

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In ancient time, when people did not have the answer to any questions they made the answers themselves and started believing as they are the real explanation to their questions. These answers were in the form of stories called as “myth” A myth is defined as a traditional story accepted as history; presenting world view of people. Hindu religion is one absolute and unending belief which is practiced in form of multiple gods mainly Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver) and Shiva (the destroyer). Hindu religion is famous for its myths. Some of them are given below

Posted By mashir mughal14:37

10 Unknown Facts about Mahabharata

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Though Mahabharata has crossed many decades but still it covers  an important and interesting place in the lives of not only Indians of modern era but also of the people of other parts of present world. To make your thoughts more great about this epic, follow the below top amazing and unknown facts about Mahabharata:

10) BALARAMA WAS ABHIMANYU’S FATHER –IN – LAW
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Abhimanyu was the son- in - law of Balarama. Abhimanyu’s wife Vatsala was the daughter

Posted By mashir mughal14:35

Best Religious Books in the World

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Religion Books are a very important part of the life for almost all the people. Different religions have different definitions for God, have different concepts about the origin of this world, have different opinion about the lifestyles, and have different methods and ways of living. All these issues are described in their respective religion books or Holy books. These books are sacred and are never disrespected, in fact, these books are worshiped  The religion books, apart from the teaching about God,

Posted By mashir mughal14:33

Reasons why you must Read

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As individuals we have for ourselves various hobbies that are very diversified in nature. The hobbies that we chose for ourself are very distinct. A person when he chooses a hobby he always has a reason behind it. Or hobos reflect ourself personalities and also or desires most of the time. Most of us prefer reading a hobby. Reading is considered a very intelligent hobby.  Most of the people in their free time trend to read a lot. It has been found that people who read actively often have a higher IQ than the others. With reading a person not only gets a way out in his lonely time but also gets a chance to get on touch with the world. With so many great man and women who have given their best in the field of literature and with so many extra ordinary with of creativity by so many pets and authors a reader has a wide range of choice from which he can choose whatever he wants. Many different topics and categories are existing in the world. Reading is a way to enhance your own personality and character in the simplest way. With every word reaching out conscience had its impact on us. Various incidents and experiences that are very beautifully written in the various texts tend to leave us with a huge impact and make our a learning experience. Reading as a hobby itself has many plus points. Apart from being just a hobby reading is encouraged to bring about a change in the person and h is perception toward the world.
10. Easily available
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Probably one of the reasons why reading is practised so extensively these days. Various books are written by various authors all over the world. Some renowned ones make their way to the international market. No matter which author you want you will find it in your city. No matter in which year the book was written it will be out there on the rack for sale. There are public libraries which not only lend you books but also give you a peaceful environment to read. Another great way to reach your books is getting e books. Probably every best seller out there is available over the nest free of cost for the people to enjoy reading. When books are available free of cost don’t you think that itself is a great reason to start reading.
9. Culture
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The world not only has a million people but also has millions of cultural values existing along. Each country has its own ethical values. Various festivals and various mythologies behind each festival. In all every place has its own unique colour. Most authors have tried to bring to the fore front the pros of the existing society and the cons that need to be worked on. Their broad minded thinking is reflected in their writing. People reading books from various literature get a chance to take a look at a foreign culture. We get a chance to compare our own culture with them and learn some good things from theirs. This raises the acceptance of differences among the human race. That is the reason now many different cultures are followed in one region it self. This is helping regain peace into the world.
8. Religion
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Religion is the fundamental of every human race. What differentiates us from animals is that we have faith and we have a belief to follow. It is surprising to see that all the access we have to our religion is through books. Be it the Bible , Gita , Quran etc all the books are our only insight to the religion. Reading is therefore important. Having a correct idea about your religion the dos and don’t is very important. In todays’ time where religions are being blamed and challenged at every step it is essential to know the truth yourself. Reading the holy books and other religious matter help you have better idea of your religion. Reading the holy books have proven to be a very relaxing experience for the people. So to get some more faith reading is a great option.
7. Language
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There are so many languages out there in the world. I am sure it has happened with you that you heard someone talking a language and although you did not understand it you just loved it. It is also the case with many people you intend to work in international co-operations. In such firms knowing a foreign lingo adds to your CV. If you wish to go to a foreign country than knowing to read as well write their language is important. So many dictionaries are available that translate probably every foreign language to your preferred lingo. Reading the language you want to learn helps you to get good with the language phrasing and its grammar which in turn helps you to speak better. Reading the language you already know makes you more fluent with it and adds to your vocabulary. So if you into tourism or public speaking reading is a very good way to boost your skills.
6. Experience
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In our lives we come across various situations. At times we deal with them very well and at times we make a mess out of ourselves. It is not possible to be prepared with everything and be ready for every situation. There are many books written by people based on their real life experiences. There are many counsellors writing about your issues and how to tackle them through their books. Reading such books helps to see where you stand when it comes to the complexities of life. You have a better chance to succeed in your bad times by learning from their mistakes and achievements. Their experiences help you in your life. Various blogs are there that give you advice on every issue. Reading blogs too is very beneficial. Reading helps you prepare for the difficulties that might come in the future. Your understanding can help your people as well.
5. Score good in exams
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Scoring has always been the target in exams. Be it routine exams in schools or competitive exams for a post scores are very important in a student’s life. Scoring although is not a tough job. A student needs to know the stuff to the core. Knowing the concept and understanding the needs and innovations is required to be able to write a better exam and be more productive than just mugging up. Read your stuff. Out of your books take some different author and read the theory. Over the net when you surf read what you think has relevance to you subject. Reading stores the information is your mind which you recall when you are questioned. You even learn more than what you are taught.
4. New stuff
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Reading has its added advantage in inspiring you to take take up new activities. When you read a variety of things you come across many tips and strategies that help you in day to day life. Be it the column in newspaper that gives you advice on relationship or women’s magazine giving you house hold tops reading is very beneficial. Reading helps you get new recipes, shopping trends, money saving ideas etc. If you are guy fond of gyming then reading health magazines will prove beneficial for you. Weight loss programs , child up bringing etc all is available you just need to develop the habit of reading.
3. Knowledge
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Books are full of knowledge. Internet is over flowing with all the possible stuff one would want to know. Be it history, war of independence, great inventions, medical world, space achievements , future technology etc there is every possible peace of information recorded in those books and over the net. Reading surely makes you a more knowledgeable person. What happened , when it occurred , what was the reason etc all are stated in various books.. Many writers specialize in these fact based fields and reading them is a wonderful experience. Autobiographies is another genre where you get to know all about your favourite.
2. Awareness
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A widely practised habit is of reading news papers. It is almost a routine for us forming a part of our schedules. Reading newspapers for instance makes us aware of what is going on in the world. What crime has taken place, how it was done etc is brought to light through newspapers. It helps you to be careful and protect your self from such a thing happening to you. We come to know of the current market trends which is very beneficial for share dealers. Reading news papers give you a complete picture of what is going on in the society where you live in. Reading paper must be developed as a habit by each and everyone.
1. Entertainment
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No matter how many benefits are there to reading entertainment value is by far the most accepted reason. Books are very nicely and correctly said that are a human’s best friend. Books take boredom out of your routine life. They add creativity and imagination to your personality. Be it a lonely weekend or a long journey books are there to keep you company always. With so many variety in the texts you will get saturated with reading books.

Posted By mashir mughal14:32

Top 10 Kolkata Tourist Attractions & Places to Visit

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If India was the crown jewel of the colonial British Empire, then Kolkata was its most glittering gem. The capital of the pre independent India, the seat of Bengal Renaissance and home to some of the most acclaimed writers, thinkers, philosophers and scientists in the world- Kolkata has not been given its just due in the modern world. After the capital was shifted to New Delhi, Kolkata was rendered a forgotten historical city, charming but insignificant. It is regarded as one of the major metro cities of India, but not high on the list of places that people die to see. It lacks the obvious glamour of Mumbai, the ruthless power of Delhi and the newness of Bangalore.
What kolkata is, is an unique jumble of charm, history, intellect, decadence, culture, modernity and that inherently obscure nonentity that is so hard to put into words put palpable even to the stranger who puts his foot for the first time in the city. Step into Kolkata to be engulfed into old world charm juxtaposed with modern encumbrances of pop culture and joviality. The list here is not exactly a definitive tourist guide to Kolkata. It tells you to check out places that will get you the real Kolkata experience. To start off, first take a…
10. Tram Ride
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Kolkata was the first city in India to have constructed the subway, way back in the seventies. Even today it is the only city in which the subway is underground. All other metros who have caught on to the trend have constructed them above ground, more along the lines of a local train. It is thus especially surprising to learn that a city which embraced modernity long before it was so in vogue has fiercely held on to the oldest form of rail transportation in the country, even the subcontinent- the Tram. These ancient vehicles travel in the slowest speed imaginable, hold up traffic and in general cause a lot of inconvenience. Despite all the negatives, the Kolkatans have loyally held on to this reminder of the late nineteenth early twentieth century marvel.
That is why the number ten item on this list is not a specific destination but rather an all-encompassing tram ride. Hop onto one and be sure to get a window seat. Look out the window as you trudge along to get a glimpse into the heart of this marvellous city. This is the best way to embark on your exploration. You will see colonial British buildings and monuments jostling for space with classic Mughal architecture and Zamindari bungalows being elbowed out by offending skyscrapers. Hand pulled rickshaws and luxury cars travelling on the same road, breathtakingly beautiful parks adjacent to littered streets and sewages, centuries old standalone shops selling the most authentic regalia with sweeping shopping malls across the street- the mystery of the city lies in its odd pairings. Take them all in while you sip cool coconut water inside a tram that has been going down this very road for the past hundred and fifty years.
9. Priya Cinema
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Priya Cinema is an iconic movie theatre that has become synonymous with the city to those who frequent it. In a world where personality barren multiplexes have taken over the movie watching experience, this theatre is all about showing off the love of cinema. Located at the heart of the city, this theatre is also a favourite of Bengali cinema celebs who come here for the same reason the regular people do- to have a quality movie watching time. The ground floor walls are decked with pictures of famous people from around the world who have stopped in on this theatre during a journey to the city, as well as the local crème de la crème of society. There is a 1920’s vintage car on display as movie goers enter the theatre. The first and second floor walls are covered with montaged tributes to the immortal greats of Bengal cinema, especially Satyajit Ray. Original posters of Ray’s movies are immaculately framed. The throne that was used in the sets of “Heerak Rajar Deshe” is lovingly displayed. Above the movie screen is the longest model of the Kolkata skyline. If these attractions weren’t enough, the place has the best popcorn in town. Plonk yourself down a soft cushioned sofa in the dress circle with a tub of butter chat popcorn to have the ultimate old school movie watching experience.
8. College Street
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It is a well-known, and often parodied fact, that Kolkatans love their literature. For centuries, the city has produced works of international importance and is home to great writers of the past and present. When you visit College Street you’ll understand the level of this obsession. College Street is called Boi Para locally which means Book Street. It remains very literal to its nomenclature. Piles and piles of books line the streets, as far as the eye can see. Hawkers put their wares on the footpath while shopkeepers keep stock of their shelves which house every single book ever written. My aunt, a mathematics professor at Rani Birla College, had found a rare old manuscript while hunting for some theorem books at an old hawker’s stall. The book was later valued to worth millions and is now housed in the college’s library. She had acquired it for twenty rupees, less than half an American dollar. The street is also home to the prestigious Presidency College, the first institution of higher education in the country. That apart it has the Indian Coffee House, India’s oldest café. The waiters still dress in their regal uniform from days of the Raj and food here is ridiculously cheap and delicious. Drop in here in the afternoon and you will find groups of college students passionately and voraciously engaged in intellectual debates. They are always happy to include more members if you want to wholeheartedly experience the Kolkata student culture.
7. Eden Gardens
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Eden Gardens, the second largest cricket stadium in the world, is also home to the Bengal Cricket team and the Kolkata Knight Riders. This iconic stadium is the largest cricket stadium in the country and is commonly proclaimed to be to Cricket what Colosseum is to Rome. The stadium was established in 1864 and hosted its first test match in January 1934. It has a seating capacity of a massive 90,000 people. Several World Cups have been played at Eden and some of the most legendary games in the sport of cricket have made history right here.
6. Victoria Memorial
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Anyone remotely familiar with the city of Kolkata has hear about Victoria Memorial. The foundation stone of this stunning monument was laid in 1906, but it was finally completed in 1921. As the name suggests, it was created to serve as a fitting memorial to the then Empress of the British Empire, Queen Victoria. Upon Victoria’s death in 1901 Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of the country, set the project in motion. The President of the British Institute of Architects Sir William Emerson then set about designing and creating the building. Set in a beautiful garden area of 64 acres, Victoria Memorial is an aesthetic delight to the eyes. The inside is a museum that houses some very rare paintings, statues and manuscripts from across the world. Standing in the centre of the building and looking up at the classical dome high beyond imagination is an awe inspiring experience. Spend enough time exploring the gardens at length as well. They rival the monument in their beauty and splendour. Right across the street from Victoria Memorial is Maidan. Literally translated it means field, but don’t be deceived by the common christening. Built by resident the resident British to be like London’s Hyde Park, Maidan is a majestic but simple place to sit and observe the sights and sounds of the city.
5. National Library
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Having read the College Street expo, you wouldn’t be really surprised to know that Kolkata is home to the National Library of India. Founded in 1836, Prince Dwarkanath Tagore was its first proprietor. Books were very expensive in those days so poor students had free use of the library facilities. Much hasn’t changed today, since everyone can access the vast and rare collection of the library for very little money. Though the collection of the books here are impressive to say the least, the rare book collections are out of this world. Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee had donated his personal library of 80,000 books to the National Library before his death. The library has its fair share of intrigue as well. In 2010 a hidden chamber was discovered in the basement of the main building and given rise to much speculation about the torture methods of Warren Hastings and other British generals who might have been based here. Several haunted legends also do the rounds as people have sworn to have witnessed ghosts on several occasions. There are famous stories to back these sightings as well. The main library is housed in a beautiful 200 year old heritage bungalow while newer collections are housed in swanky state of the art buildings. The place is surrounded by gardens and greenery that will urge you to lose yourself to nature and simply relax.
4. Belur Math
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Belur Math is a religious epicentre whose focus is more on spirituality rather than pedestrian notions of religion. If you have stumbled into India a la Elizabeth Gilbert, then this is the best place you can find to pray. It was founded by Swami Vivekananda who built it on the principles of philosophy taught imparted to him by his guru Ramkrishna Paramhamsa. The temple architecture infuses symbols of Hinduism, Christianity and Islam to portray the importance of unity and equality. Set along the banks of the serene Ganga, the atmosphere of the place will touch your soul. After you are done praying, hire a boat for a few hundred rupees and sail down the mystic river in a haze of contemplations. You will experience peace like never before.
3. Science City
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In case you get the impression that Kolkata is only about the arts and literature please visit Science City to dispel the notion. Conceptualized in 1997, Science City is the largest science centre in the subcontinent. You’ll need to devote an entire day to grasp all the carefully researched marvels of the place. Whether or not you are a science buff, this place promises intelligent entertainment. The Maritime Centre is not for nautical enthusiasts alone. For truly knee jerking fun visit the Space Odyssey and have a go at the Time Machine. The 3-D Vision Theatre and The Magic Mirrors are special attractions too. Finish up your tour with games played at the Dynamotion Hall, Earth Exploration Hall and The Evolution Park. The lifelike graphics and miracles of science will hold you spellbound for sure.
2. New Market
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Kolkata is a premier shopping destination and if you had enough time to only visit one place for all your shopping needs, let it be New Market. Formally Christened Sir Stuart Hogg Market, New Market is a huge spread of everything that you could possibly dream of buying. A dazzling combination of flea market and high street, the shops sell colonial antiques, rare coins, unusual jewellery, arts, crafts, music, a variety of clothes, lip smacking food and so on. Specially check out the array of small shops selling burnished silver jewellery, semi-precious stone pieces and pearls. The prices are cheap beyond measure. Chamba Lama, run by a loveable Tibetan matriarch, will leave you spellbound. Gilded mirrors, burnished antiques, olden hookahs, mind boggling jewellery and art deco pieces are in galore here. This shop is a favourite of the locals too. It is a guarantee that whatever you pick up in New Market will be unique only to this corner of the world. Splurge on something special and let it be a sweet reminder of the wonderfully charming city you once visited.
1. Rabindranath Tagore’s House
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Rabindranath Tagore, the poet Laureate of India, holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Bengal because he was one of their own. Though he is famous worldwide for Gitanjali, the book that made him the first non-European to win a Nobel Prize, there is so much more to the life and works of the Bard that tourists can glean from a visit to the great man’s childhood home. Rabindranath Tagore was not the only genius to be born into that distinguished family. It boasted of great men and women whose achievements have made significant impact in the shaping of modern Indian culture and economy. The house where they all lived and worked is a present day testimony to all this. It is a place of pride for Kolkatans who are inspired by the poet and his philosophies of life.  Built in eighteenth century, the house is now a heritage museum and part of the estate of the World University that Tagore had set up in his lifetime. Be assured, the visit to this sacred place of culture will be your experience of a lifetime.

Posted By mashir mughal14:32

Top 10 Best Hollywood News Magazines 2013

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Magazines are really important to all of us. Girls have a different taste in magazines and prefer Cosmo over the comic magazines, and boys have a different taste for magazines. Also, young teens would read M magazine whereas the adults would like something like Entertainment Weekly. So different the people, different are the choices of magazine but the stuff is always common and that is the Hollywood. Irrespective of the age and gender, people read about the celebrities they watch on the big-screen and wants to be updated about everything that is going on in the entertainment industry of Hollywood. They love to read stuff about their favorite actors and actresses. There are many magazines issued weekly or monthly, which provides us with such information. Few of the most widely read Hollywood Magazines are:
10. In Touch Weekly:
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The celebrity gossip magazine, In Touch weekly is an American magazine published by Bauer Company, which is the same publishing company which publishes Life & Style magazine as well. The magazine has write-ups about the gossips, news, beauty, fashion, relationship tie-ups, breakups, lifestyle and Hollywood. The majority of the readers for this magazine are youngsters. The magazine was launched in the year 2002 and gained popularity as soon as it was in the market. The magazine is also popular because of the lower costs as compared to the other Hollywood magazines. In the year 2010, it was found that In Touch Weekly is sold at a price of $2.99 on newsstands which is $.50 less than other magazines.
9. M:
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M magazine is not a weekly magazine but that does not make it any less. It is a monthly issued magazine published by Bauer Publishing, US. The magazine is basically for teen-age readers. This magazine covers a lot of teen hot- topics such as fashion, hot couples in the Hollywood, gossips about Hollywood celebrities, posters, quizzes, and celebrity talks. The cover of the magazine is usually some Disney, Pop or Nickelodeon star but the magazine covers about everything. The first issue of ‘M’ magazine was released in January 2000 and has achieved to reach a total circulation of 235,935 till date. The office of the magazine is located in New Jersey and a survey in Florida tells us that one out of three teens living there do read this magazine.
8. Life and Style Magazine:
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This magazine named Life and Style was launched by Bauer Publishing conglomerate in the year 2004. Formally, the magazine was known as Life and Style Weekly. The main focus of the magazine is toward the celebrities and their life but apart from that, the magazine also shares about the lifestyle trends. The magazine is known to help the readers to incorporate the clothing and beauty trends of the celebrities into their own life. The publishers of the ‘Life and Style’ magazine and ‘In Touch Weekly’ magazine are the same. ‘In touch weekly’ is a similar magazine but focus only on celebrity gossips whereas Life and Style focuses on gossips as well as the latest lifestyle trends.
7. OK! :
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‘OK!’ is a British magazine issued weekly and known for having celebrity news. The stories about Hollywood and those all associated with it can be found in this magazine. Originally, this magazine was a monthly edition but now it is a weekly issued magazine since October 2006. The magazine was first published in 1993 and has 20 versions of it each version for every different country. It has a readership of 30 million people all over the world. OK! Is most popularly read celebrity magazine and is one of the best Hollywood magazines. It is so because the magazine has great articles about the celebrity nuptials. Brand ‘OK!’ has extended by having a programme broadcasted on television by the name ‘OK! TV’.
6. Star:
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Star is an American magazine but in newspaper format or tabloid format which was founded in 1974 by Rupert Murdoch. In its original days, Star was simply a supermarket tabloid, inexpensive and unstapled newspaper print but was very successful and had a lot of readers. It was after 2004, when Star adopted the magazine format and involved high-grade paper quality. Though, it adopted the magazine look, the columns still remain the newspaper tabloid style, and include sections for “Worst of the Week” that discusses about fashion blunders done by the celebrities and “Knifestyles of Rich and Famous” which discusses about the plastic surgery and makeovers of the celebrities.
5. US Weekly:
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Another Hollywood Magazine is US Weekly that publishes content about the celebrities, their relationships, fashion trends, beauty trends and entertainment. The magazine has a circulation of more than 1.85 million copies. This magazine was founded in 1977 and sold in 1980 by The New York Times Company and was later acquired in 1986 by Wenner Media. There are many signature issues of US Weekly per year and those include “The Best Makeovers”, “the Best Bodies”, “Hot Hollywood” and “Celebrating Young Hollywood”, etc. Initially it was a bi-monthly magazine but as it gained popularity, it became a weekly issue due to the demand in March 2000.
4. People:
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People (formally, People Weekly) is an American Magazine that publishes about celebrities and articles of human interest. The magazine has on an average more than 46.6 million adult readership. In the year 2005, the Advertising age titled this magazine as the magazine of the year. The content of the magazine is highly appreciated, especially when it comes to advertising and circulation. The most unique and best part about People magazine is that it issues some special attractive editions every year which attracts a lot of audience, such as “The Best Dressed”, “The Sexiest Man Alive” and “The Most Beautiful People”. The magazine had its bureau at New York, Austin, Chicago, Miami, London and Los Angeles but after 2006, all those bureaus, except at Los Angeles, were shut down because of economic reasons.
3. Entertainment Weekly:
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It is an American Magazine for television, music, films, books, theater  culture, etc. Entertainment Weekly or EW is the best magazine if one wants to be updated about everything that is going on in Hollywood, with the celebrities of Hollywood, and current updates about the same. The difference between this magazine and other celebrity magazines is that the EW focuses on entertainment news and involves critics and their reviews. It covers topics such as production costs, movie gross, budgets, ratings, etc. The first issue of EW was released on 16 February, 1990 created by and has now reached an average of 1.7 million copies per week making it the bestselling magazine. Founder of EW is David Morris who was also the publisher for the same till 2007 and the creator of EW is Jeff Jarvis.
2. Variety:
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Variety is the name of the weekly magazine founded by Sime Silverman in the year 1905. This is an American magazine focused on entertainment and trade. ‘The Daily Variety’ was an extension to it that was solely focused on the motion-picture industry of the west, the Hollywood. Later, to further extent the brand name of ‘Variety’, a paid website named ‘Variety.com’ was initiated. This web portal has news and contents about the box office results, reviews, archives, production charts, release calendar, etc. The magazine is widely circulated and is very famous because of the circulation of Daily Variety, weekly Variety and also the website.
1. The Hollywood Reporter:
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Completely and solely focused on Hollywood motion picture industry, this magazine justifies its name. The Hollywood Reporter was founded in the year 1930 in America and since then, it has served the people with Hollywood breaking news. The brand name Hollywood Reporter covers a lot apart from the magazine such as the website, a digital daily in PDF format, iPad app, seasonal special issues, international newsletters, festival dailies, special events, reports, glossies, etc. The publisher of this magazine is Lynne Segall from US. Originally, it started as a daily trade paper on the entertainment industry but later grew as one of the bestselling Magazines about the Hollywood Entertainment industry. The magazine is very popular which can be seen as it has achieved “largest distribution” out of all the entertainment magazines, even beating ‘Variety’ in the score.

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10. Star & Style

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Another Bollywood magazine that not only focuses on the celeb’s life but it will also tell you about the latest fashion and beauty tips. It is a monthly magazine and is published since 1971. This magazine has articles about the link- ups, gossips, new movies released in Bollywood.

9. Rave Bollywood Magazine

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Rave is a film Entertainment music with the blend of art and news about the film industry. The music lovers ought to buy this magazine. It has news about all the leading singers, the list of the hit songs, lives of famous stars and the most amazing part is that it also contains food recipes for your mum. The writers of the magazine do not criticize the other people or art unlike the other magazines. A single issue of this magazine will cost you Rs 40 and with such a good picture quality with glazed paper, this is the amount worth paying.

8. Mayapuri

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Mayapuri published every week is also among the oldest film magazines published in India. The magazine is sold in 3, 40,000 number every week all around India. The first magazine of Mayapuri was published in the year 1974. It was published by the Mayapuri Group. This magazine was a big hit among the people when it was launched. Since that time this weekly magazine has provided the crazy Bollywood lovers information about the celebrities and the news about film industry. More focused on the film gossip there are now 30, 60,000 people reading this magazine on a weekly basis. This magazine can be found at any place ranging from a barber shop to a 5 star hotel. Due to its cheap price it is affordable by even the lower sections of the society.

7. Screen

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Screen is a weekly published Bollywood entertainment magazine. The publishing of this magazine is owned by The Indian Express Ltd. The headquarters are located in Mumbai and is published only in English language. The content of this magazine is all about the latest news of Bollywood. It also sponsors the Star Screen Award. As the name, this magazine focuses more about the on- screen activities than concentrating on the personal lives of the people related to the film industry. For one copy of this magazine you have to just pay Rs 10. You will find writ ups about the latest film released, its reviews, new music and premiers. The film to be released the next becomes the cover page of this magazine.

6. Zee Premier

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Unlike most of the Bollywood magazines Zee Premier is not focused on the gossip of film industry which goes with its tagline “No Gossip”. The magazine is been read by people in India since last 30 years. This is a monthly published magazine under the editorship of Rauf Ahmed. Some of the famous sections in the magazine are Friends that focuses on the real life friends of the stars, Four wall which have write-ups and pictures of celebs at home etc.  There is a pullout of 16 pages on a particular star every month that have a poster along with the personal and professional life of the star.

5. Cine Blitz

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Cine Blitz, a monthly film magazine is based in the film city of India i.e. Mumbai. The first issue of this magazine was published in the year 1975 with stunning actress Zeenat Aman on its cover page. Cine Blitz was initially owned by Russy Karranjia’s Rifa Publication and is currently owned by VJM Media Pvt. Ltd. It is one of the leading Bollywood magazines due to the controversy it faced during the starting years of its publications. This magazine is not only sold in India but there are editions of it in United Kingdom as well as in United States. Published both in Hindi as well as English the content of the magazine is all about the lives of celebs, gossips and the on- going projects in the film industry.

4. Stardust

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Stardust is an Indian film magazine. This magazine is published every month in English as well as Hindi. This magazine sponsors Stardust Awards too. It is published in Mumbai by a publishing company by the name Magna Publishing Co. Ltd. You will find write-ups in the magazines related to the gossips, link-ups, break-ups, fashion and news about the new movies and new stars. The person who started the publishing of this magazine is Nari Hira. It was first launched in the year 1971 but was not very popular during that time. The magazine came into hype and gained much popularity after the year 1995. Shobha De. was the recognized editor and journalist of this magazine who brought this magazine at the forefront.  There are 288000 circulations of this magazine in India.

3. ShowTime

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Film industry is the most glamorous and happening part in any society. Showtime has been a popular magazine among the Bollywood lovers as this magazine provides them with news and information of what all is happening new in the Bollywood. You can see many famous big screen stars as well as television actors on the cover page of this magazine. It was first published in the year 1964. It has write- ups about fashion, Bollywood gossips and news of Indian cinema.

2. Movie mag

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This is a monthly published film magazine though published for the NRIs settled in UK; it is also sold in many parts in India itself. There are particular segments in this magazine that jot down some hot gossips and new topics of the industry. The main aim of publishing this magazine is to help the NRIs to be in touch with the Bollywood. There are pages having titles like Celebrity Circus, Claws, Cover Story, Soapz and Buublez. These pages have particular news in them like the celebrity circus page covers about a particular event of Bollywood and claws where you can read about the gossip of Bollywood.

1. Filmfare

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Though the magazine is not published weekly but you can enjoy reading it once in two weeks. This is among the first published magazines based on Indian Film industry. It is published in only English language. Filmfare magazine was first published in the year 1952. It is issued by The Times Group. This media service has published many other magazines other than the once related to the Indian cinema like The Economic Times and The Times of India. Its headquarters are based in Mumbai. This magazine sponsors two different award one for Hindi movies i.e. Filmfare awards and the other for the movies in Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil i.e. Filmfare Awards South. The publishing of this magazine is now owned by the Worldwide Media. There are 1.4 lakhs circulation of this magazine in India. This magazine contains segments about the latest fights in the industry, gossips about the actors and actress, reviews of the released movies, news about the new movies that will be released, photo shoots of renowned celebs of the industry and news about the new stars, directors, singers etc.

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ComicList: New Comic Book Releases List for Wednesday, September 18, 2013.

This work, a list of the comic books, graphic novels, and other products that should be available in your local or online comic book shop this week, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License, and is © 1995-2013 Charles S. LePage. Information provided by our friends at Things From Another World. To find a local comic book shop, please browse The Master List of Comic Book & Trading Card Stores. Check out the Comiclist Community Page and FriendFeed ComicList Room for discussions about your favorite comics.
PLEASE NOTE- Not all of these titles will arrive in all stores. Let me know if any of the names or numbers are wrong. Items being released this week per sources other than Diamond Distribution are individually noted.
PUBLISHER
TITLE, ISSUE NUMBER, PRICE IN U.S. DOLLARS ("AR" means "ask your retailer for the price")
ABRAMS
Crab Monsters Teenage Cavemen And Candy Stripe Nurses Roger Corman King Of The B Movie HC, $35.00
ALTERNA COMICS
Hoodlum Volume 1 Under The Thumb GN, $9.99
ALTERNATIVE COMICS
Magic Whistle #13, $3.99
AMRYL ENTERTAINMENT
Cavewoman The Many Faces Of Merium Cooper (Budd Root Special Edition), AR
ANGRY VIKING PRESS
Evil Diva Volume 2 GN, $12.99
Swipe GN, $12.99
ANTARCTIC PRESS
Gearhearts Steampunk Glamor Revue #8, $3.99
Gold Digger #203, $3.99
ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie And Friends Double Digest #31, $3.99
Archie Double Digest #243, $3.99
Jugheads Double Double Digest #196, $5.99
Mega Man #29 (Dean Haspiel Variant Cover), $2.99
Mega Man #29 (Patrick Spaziante Regular Cover), $2.99
Sonic Universe #56 (Sega Variant Cover), $2.99
Sonic Universe #56 (Tracy Yardley Regular Cover), $2.99
World Of Archie Double Digest #32, $3.99
ASPEN COMICS
All New Executive Assistant Iris #1 (Cover A Pasquale Qualano), $1.00
All New Executive Assistant Iris #1 (Cover B Pasquale Qualano), $1.00
Bubblegun #3 (Of 5)(Cover A Mike Bowden), $3.99
Bubblegun #3 (Of 5)(Cover B Eric Basaldua), $3.99
Bubblegun #3 (Of 5)(Cover C Eric Basaldua), AR
AVATAR PRESS
Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Regular Cover), $5.99
Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Red Crossed Incentive Cover), AR
Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Torture Cover), $5.99
Crossed Special 2013 (Jacen Burrows Wraparound Cover), $5.99
BLACK LIBRARY
Warhammer 40K Space Marines Omnibus SC, $17.50
BLUE JUICE COMICS
Accelerators #3 (Of 6), $3.99
BOOM! STUDIOS
Adventure Time #15 (Shoichi Uehara Calgary Comic And Entertainment Expo Variant Cover)(not verified by Diamond), $9.99
Adventure Time #20 (Cover A Mike Holmes), $3.99
Adventure Time #20 (Cover B Tina Fabert), $3.99
Adventure Time #20 (Cover C Scott Maynard), AR
Adventure Time #20 (Cover D Wes Craig), AR
Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover A Tyson Hesse), $3.99
Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover B Joanna Estep), $3.99
Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover C Alec Longstreth, AR
Bravest Warriors #12 (Cover D Michelle Czajkowski), AR
Clive Barker's Hellraiser The Dark Watch #8 (Cover A Lorena Carvalho), $3.99
Grace Randolph's Supurbia #11 (Cover A Emily Warren), $3.99
Regular Show #1 (Shoichi Uehara Calgary Comic And Entertainment Expo Variant Cover), $9.99
Six-Gun Gorilla #4 (Of 6)(Cover A Ramon K. Perez), $3.99
CANDLEWICK PRESS
Romeo And Juliet HC (Candlewick Edition), $21.99
Romeo And Juliet SC (Candlewick Edition), $12.99
Show Me A Story Why Picture Books Matter SC, $15.99
Smash Volume 1 Trial By Fire GN, $18.99
COMIC SHOP NEWS
Comic Shop News #1370, AR
Comic Shop News Fall 2013 Preview, AR
DARK HORSE COMICS
Angel And Faith Volume 4 Death And Consequences TP, $17.99
B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth #111 (Lake Of Fire Part 2 Of 5), $3.50
Buzzkill #1 (Of 4), $3.99
Conan The Barbarian #20, $3.50
Conan The Phenomenon TP, $19.99
Dream Thief #5 (Of 5), $3.99
Kiss Me Satan #1 (Dave Johnson Regular Cover), $3.99
Kiss Me Satan #1 (Juan Ferreyra Variant Cover), $3.99
Smoke Ashes HC (Limited Edition), $59.99
Smoke Ashes TP, $29.99
Star Wars Dark Times A Spark Remains #3 (Of 5), $3.50
Star Wars Dark Times Volume 6 Fire Carrier TP, $18.99
Star Wars Volume 1 In The Shadow Of Yavin TP, $19.99
Strain The Fall #3, $3.99
DC COMICS
100 Bullets Brother Lono #4 (Of 8), $2.99
Action Comics #23.3 (Lex Luthor)(Aaron Kuder 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Action Comics #23.3 (Lex Luthor)(Aaron Kuder 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Arrow #11, $3.99
Arrow Volume 1 TP, $16.99
Batman #23.3 (The Penguin)(Jason Fabok 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Batman #23.3 (The Penguin)(Jason Fabok 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Batman '66 #3 (Cully Hamner Variant Cover), AR
Batman '66 #3 (Mike Allred Regular Cover), $3.99
Batman And Robin #23.3 (Ra's al Ghul And The League Of Assassins)(Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Batman And Robin #23.3 (Ra's al Ghul And The League Of Assassins)(Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Batman Beyond Universe #2, $3.99
Batman The Dark Knight #23.3 (Clayface)(Guillem March 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Batman The Dark Knight #23.3 (Clayface)(Guillem March 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Batwoman Volume 2 To Drown The World TP, $14.99
Batwoman Volume 3 World's Finest HC, $22.99
Detective Comics #23.3 (The Scarecrow)(Jason Fabok 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Detective Comics #23.3 (The Scarecrow)(Jason Fabok 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Fables #133, $2.99
Flash #23.3 (The Rogues)(Francis Manapul 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Flash #23.3 (The Rogues)(Francis Manapul 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Green Lantern #23.3 (Black Hand)(Billy Tan 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Green Lantern #23.3 (Black Hand)(Billy Tan 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Hush Scarecrow Nightwing And Poison Ivy Action Figure 3-Pack, $49.95
Justice League #23.3 (Dial E)(Brian Bolland 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Justice League #23.3 (Dial E)(Brian Bolland 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Justice League Dark #22 (Ivan Reis & Joe Prado 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Justice League Dark #23.2 (Eclipso)(Mikel Janin 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Justice League Dark #23.2 (Eclipso)(Mikel Janin 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Justice League Of America #6 (Ivan Reis & Joe Prado 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Justice League Of America #7.3 (Shadow Thief)(Tony S. Daniel & Matt Banning 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Justice League Of America #7.3 (Shadow Thief)(Tony S. Daniel & Matt Banning 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Secret Society Of Super-Villains Volume 1 TP, $19.99
Stormwatch Volume 3 Betrayal TP, $16.99
Superman #23.3 (H'el)(Gene Ha 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Superman #23.3 (H'el)(Gene Ha 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Swamp Thing #23.1 (Arcane)(Jesus Saiz 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Swamp Thing #23.1 (Arcane)(Jesus Saiz 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Teen Titans #23.2 (Deathstroke)(Eddy Barrows & Eber Ferreira 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Teen Titans #23.2 (Deathstroke)(Eddy Barrows & Eber Ferreira 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
Unwritten Tommy Taylor And The Ship That Sank Twice HC, $22.99
Wonder Woman #23.1 (The Cheetah)(Victor Ibanez 2-D Standard Edition Cover), $2.99
Wonder Woman #23.1 (The Cheetah)(Victor Ibanez 3-D Motion Cover), $3.99
World Of Warcraft Pearl Of Pandaria TP, $16.99
DRAWN AND QUARTERLY
Co-Mix Retrospective Of Comics Graphics And Scraps By Art Spiegelman HC, $39.95
Reggie-12 HC, $21.95
DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT
Damsels Mermaids #5 (Of 5)(Jean-Paul Deshong Regular Cover), $3.99
Dark Shadows #20 (Francesco Francavilla Regular Cover), $3.99
Jennifer Blood #31 (Colton Worley Regular Cover), $3.99
Lone Ranger #18 (Francesco Francavilla Regular Cover), $3.99
Shadow Annual 2013 (Colton Worley Regular Cover), $4.99
Vampirella #34 (Cover A Fabiano Neves), $3.99
Vampirella #34 (Cover B Lucio Parrillo), $3.99
FANTAGRAPHICS BOOKS
Barracuda In The Attic HC, $26.99
Everybody Is Stupid Except For Me HC (Expanded Edition), $24.99
High Fidelity Art Of Jim Flora SC, $34.99
HIGH SPEED PRODUCTIONS
Juxtapoz #153 (October 2013), $5.99
HORRORHOUND
Horrorhound #43, $6.99
HUMANOIDS PUBLISHING
Madwoman Of The Sacred Heart HC, $29.95
Technopriests Supreme Collection HC, $49.95
IDW PUBLISHING
Doctor Who #13 (Cover A Mark Buckingham), $3.99
Doctor Who #13 (Cover B Photo), $3.99
Doctor Who #13 (Cover RI Blair Shedd), AR
Doctor Who Classics #4 (Cover A Matthew Dow Smith)(resolicited), $3.99
Ghostbusters #7 (Cover A Dan Schoening), $3.99
Ghostbusters #7 (Cover B Alberto Muriel), $3.99
Half Past Danger #5 (Of 6)(Cover A Stephen Mooney), $3.99
Half Past Danger #5 (Of 6)(Cover SUB Nick Roche), $3.99
Joe Hill's The Cape Deluxe Edition HC, $39.99
Popeye Classics #14 (Cover A Bud Sagendorf), $3.99
Popeye Classics #14 (Cover RI Jack Mendelsohn), AR
Popeye Classics Volume 2 HC, $29.99
Star Trek Best Of Klingons TP, $24.99
Star Trek The Newspaper Strips Volume 2 1981-1983 HC, $49.99
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #2 (Cover A Phil Hester), $3.99
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #2 (Cover RI-A Sharp Brothers), AR
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #2 (Cover RI-B Dave Sim), AR
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #2 (Cover SUB Dave Sim), $3.99
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics Volume 6 TP, $19.99
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles New Animated Adventures #3 (Cover A Dario Brizuela), $3.99
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles New Animated Adventures #3 (Cover RI Tanya Roberts), AR
Transformers Regeneration One #0 (Cover A Andrew Wildman), $3.99
Transformers Regeneration One #0 (Cover B Guido Guidi), $3.99
Transformers Regeneration One #0 (Cover RI Geoff Senior), AR
Transformers Robots In Disguise Volume 4 TP, $19.99
X-Files Season 10 #4 (Cover A Carlos Valenzuela), $3.99
X-Files Season 10 #4 (Cover B Photo), $3.99
X-Files Season 10 #4 (Cover RI Sharp Brothers), AR
X-Files Season 10 #4 (Cover SUB Nick Percival), $3.99
IMAGE COMICS
Aphrodite IX #5, $2.99
Bomb Queen Deluxe Edition Volume 3 HC, $24.99
Bounce #5, $2.99
Century West GN, $7.99
Cyber Force #6 (Cover A Marc Silvestri), $2.99
Cyber Force #6 (Cover B Stjepan Sejic), $2.99
Cyber Force #6 (Cover C John Tyler Christopher), $2.99
Cyber Force #6 (Cover D Marc Silvestri), AR
Darkness #115, $3.99
Five Ghosts Volume 1 The Haunting Of Fabian Gray TP, $9.99
Ghosted #2 (2nd Printing Variant Cover), $2.99
Great Pacific #10, $2.99
Lost Vegas TP, $14.99
Mice Templar IV Legend #7 (Cover A Michael Avon Oeming), $2.99
Mice Templar IV Legend #7 (Cover B Victor Santos & Chandra Free), $2.99
Mind The Gap #14 (Cover A Rodin Esquejo), $2.99
Mind The Gap #14 (Cover B Dan McDaid), $2.99
Morning Glories #31, $3.50
Morning Glories Deluxe Edition Volume 2 HC, $39.99
Peter Panzerfaust #14, $3.50
Savage Dragon #191, $3.99
Walking Dead Spanish Language Edition Volume 1 TP, $14.99
Zero #1 (Cover A Michael Walsh & Tom Muller), $2.99
Zero #1 (Cover B Becky Cloonan), $2.99
Zero #1 (Cover C Chris Burnham), $2.99
Zero #1 (Paul Pope Phantom Variant Cover), AR
INSIGHT EDITIONS
Vault Of Simpsonology Volume 1 Homer Simpson's Little Book Of Laziness HC, $24.99
KODANSHA COMICS
Arisa Volume 11 GN, $10.99
Sailor Moon Short Stories Volume 1 GN, $10.99
MALLON PUBLISHING
Doctor Who Diary 2014 HC (Previews Exclusive Edition), $18.99
MARRS MEDIA
Rue Morgue Magazine #137, $9.95
MARVEL COMICS
All-New X-Men Volume 3 Out Of Their Depth HC (Premiere Edition), $24.99
Cable And X-Force #14, $3.99
Captain Marvel #16, $2.99
Daredevil #31 (Chris Samnee Regular Cover), $2.99
Daredevil #31 (Leonell Castellani LEGO Sketch Variant Cover), AR
Daredevil #31 (Leonell Castellani LEGO Variant Cover), AR
Disney Princess Magazine #16 (Disney Publishing Worldwide), $4.99
Infinity #1 (Of 6)(Jim Cheung 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $4.99
Infinity #3 (Of 6)(Adam Kubert Regular Cover), $3.99
Infinity #3 (Of 6)(In-Hyuk Lee Generals Variant Cover), AR
Infinity #3 (Of 6)(Jerome Opena Design Variant Cover), AR
Infinity #3 (Of 6)(Leonell Castellani LEGO Sketch Variant Cover), AR
Infinity #3 (Of 6)(Leonell Castellani LEGO Variant Cover), AR
Infinity #3 (Of 6)(Simone Bianchi Hero Variant Cover), AR
Infinity #3 (Of 6)(Skottie Young Variant Cover), AR
Inhumans The Origin Of The Inhumans TP, $39.99
Iron Man Epic Collection The Enemy Within TP, $39.99
Marvel Masterworks Daredevil Volume 7 HC, $69.99
Marvel Masterworks Daredevil Volume 7 HC (Direct Market Variant Edition Volume 198), $69.99
Morbius The Living Vampire #9, $2.99
New Avengers #10, $3.99
Powers Bureau #7, $3.95
Red She-Hulk Volume 2 Route 616 TP, $15.99
Savage Wolverine #8, $3.99
Secret Avengers #9, $3.99
Superior Carnage #3 (Of 5), $3.99
Superior Spider-Man #18 (J.G. Jones Variant Cover), AR
Superior Spider-Man #18 (Ryan Stegman Regular Cover), $3.99
Thor God Of Thunder #13 (Movie Variant Cover), AR
Thor God Of Thunder #13 (Ron Garney Regular Cover), $3.99
Thor God Of Thunder #13 (Walter Simonson Variant Cover), AR
Thunderbolts #15, $2.99
Thunderbolts Volume 2 Red Scare TP, $15.99
Ultimate Comics X-Men #31, $3.99
Uncanny X-Men #12 (Arthur Adams Regular Cover), $3.99
Uncanny X-Men #12 (Christopher Bachalo Variant Cover), AR
Uncanny X-Men #12 (Milo Manara Emma Frost Variant Cover), AR
Venom #41, $2.99
Wolverine MAX #11, $3.99
Wolverine The Return Of Weapon X TP, $44.99
X-Men #1 (Mark Brooks Variant Cover)(Dynamic Forces), $12.99
X-Men Legacy #17, $2.99
MOONSTONE
Honey West This Girl For Hire TP, $22.95
NON-SPORT UPDATE
Non-Sport Update Volume 24 #5, $5.99
ONI PRESS
Sixth Gun #34, $3.99
Sixth Gun Volume 5 TP, $19.99
Stumptown Volume 2 HC, $29.99
PAPERCUTZ
Annoying Orange Volume 3 Pulped Fiction HC, $11.99
Papercutz Slices Volume 5 Farting Dead GN, $7.99
PICTUREBOX
DNA Failure GN, $14.00
Pompeii GN, $19.95
School Spirits HC, $19.95
PRIME BOOKS
Witches Wicked Wild And Wonderful SC, $15.95
PS ARTBOOKS
Roy Thomas Presents The Heap Volume 3 HC (Slipcased Edition), $119.99
QUIRK BOOKS
100 Ghosts A Gallery Of Harmless Haunts HC, $9.95
REBELLION
Button Man Get Harry Ex GN (not verified by Diamond), $29.99
RECKLESS SIDEKICK PRODUCTIONS
Hero Envy GN (not verified by Diamond), $14.99
SHH PRODUCTIONS
Bettie Page In Danger #9, $9.95
SQPINC
Glamourama The Pin Up Art Carlos Valenzuela SC, $14.95
STARLOG GROUP
Fangoria #327, $10.99
TH3RD WORLD STUDIOS
Stuff Of Legend Volume 4 The Toy Collector TP, $16.95
TITAN PUBLISHING
Numbercruncher #3 (Of 4), $3.99
TOON BOOKS
Big Wet Balloon HC, $12.95
TRIPWIRE PUBLISHING
Tripwire 21st Anniversary Special TP, $24.99
TWOMORROWS PUBLISHING
Back Issue #68, $8.95
VALIANT ENTERTAINMENT
Bloodshot And H.A.R.D. Corps #14 (Rafael Grampa Variant Cover), AR
Bloodshot And H.A.R.D. Corps #14 (JG Jones Regular Cover), $3.99
Bloodshot And H.A.R.D. Corps #14 (Emanuela Lupacchino Pullbox Cover), $3.99
Harbinger #16 (Zach Montoya Variant Cover), AR
Harbinger #16 (Barry Kitson Regular Cover), $3.99
Harbinger Wars TP, $14.99
X-O Manowar #17 (Danny Cruz Variant Cover), AR
X-O Manowar #17 (Will Conrad Regular Cover), $3.99
WILLIAM MORROW
Fortunately The Milk HC, $14.99

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