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 Flash Gordon, A History » Solar Flare: Science Fiction News
Alex Raymond was a $15-a-week King Features Syndicate staff artist when he created Flash Gordon.
Flash Gordon was created in 1934 by Alex Raymond for a newspaper comic strip.
Flash Gordon was introduced by King Features as competition to Buck Rogers, but it soon surpassed the older strip in popularity, That popularity lead to a live action tv series, movie serials, cartoons and eventually a feature film in 1980.
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 Eclipso - Dr. Bruce Gordon - www.ezboard.com
Gordon was enraged to learn that Alex had been injecting himself with the crushed black diamonds and had no intention of relenquishing Eclipso's power.
Gordon was helped to safety by Hourman, as Alex used his newfound abilities to undo the Princes of Darkness' spell (JSA #50, September 2003).
Alex Montez took possession of the diamond, and using the binding glyphs tattooed on his body, caused Eclipso to be drawn out of Bruce Gordon's body and into his own (JSA #49, August 2003).
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 1975e.html
Scotland: Danny McGrain [Y], Alex Forsyth [Y], Bruce Rioch [Y], Gordon McQueen [Y].
Scotland: Jim Brown, Danny McGrain, Alex Forsyth, Frank Munro, Gordon McQueen [c], Willie Miller, Bruce Rioch (Tommy Hutchison 67'), Kenny Dalglish, Arthur Duncan, Lou Macari (Bobby Robinson 67'), Derek Parlane.
20/05/1975, Glasgow, Hampden Park, 64696 British Championship SCOTLAND 3 (Ted MacDougall 15', Kenny Dalglish 21', Derek Parlane 80') NORTHERN IRELAND 0 Scotland: Stewart Kennedy, Sandy Jardine [c] (Alex Forsyth 89'), Danny McGrain, Frank Munro, Gordon McQueen, Bobby Robinson (Alfie Conn II 76'), Bruce Rioch, Kenny Dalglish, Arthur Duncan, Derek Parlane, Ted MacDougall.
www.srcf.ucam.org /~nfm24/football/1975e.html   (9492 words)

  
 Alex Raymond - new and used books
RAYMOND Alex - BRIGGS Austin - Flash Gordon.
RAYMOND (Alex) - Flasch gordon le tyran de mongo
Raymond (Alex) - Flash Gordon: La guerre des cybernautes
www.isbn.pl /A-Alex-Raymond/P-4   (374 words)

  
 Amazon.co.uk: Cooking in Provence: Over 70 Timeless Recipes: Books
Alex Mackay's mastery of french cuisine has become almost a given, especially for those who have had the chance to sample his work in Britain or on the continent.
Alex Mackay has a real understanding of food and provencal food but is never academic or obsessional in approach.
Alex once ran the cooking school at the Manoir aux Quatres Saisons, and now has his own near San Tropez.
www.amazon.co.uk /exec/obidos/ASIN/0747243115   (1009 words)

  
 The Laing Family
Alexander Fullerton Laing was born on 13th August 1898 in Jarrow, Durham, with the surname Fullerton, the son of James Fullerton and Elizabeth Fullerton née Robinson (b 1868/69).
Before the 2002 reunion, Margaret Laing, wife of Alex (Derry), drew out the family tree of the six Laing brothers and their parents and their descendants.
The excerpt from Alex Laing's (born 1922) memoirs includes an explanation of the change of surname from Fullerton to Laing, as well as some information about his father.
www.members.aol.com /laing1family   (1009 words)

  
 Checker BPG Announces August ’05 Publication of - Silver Bullet Comics - comics news, comic book news, comics information
Alex Raymond’s Flash Gordon: Volume 4” (ISBN 1-933160-26-8, $19.95, 100 pgs full color, 9”X12” landscape) will collect the Sunday strips from June 12, 1938 to January 21, 1940 into an archival-quality hardback book.
Bold colors and dramatic, sweeping landscapes are some of the hallmarks of Flash Gordon— when combined with Raymond’s calligraphic, precise rendition of the human form, it’s easy to see why this comic was at the forefront of the public’s perception of comics as an artform.
Raymond’s style was a seamless blend of his own classic and contemporary influences, which he utilized to create one of the most endearing comic strips in history.
www.silverbulletcomicbooks.com /news/111927790744355.htm   (366 words)

  
 Flash Gordon Flash Gordon By Alex Raymond. Greatest Science Fiction And Fantasy Newspaper Comic Strip. Sunday
Flash Gordon by Alex Raymond: A Tribute to One of the Gratest Comic Strip Heroes and His Author - in English.
Universal's Flash Gordon (1936) extended the New Deal era's aerial emphasis a daily strip in 1929, and Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon, which debuted on January 7, 1934, was just.
FLASH GORDON Sundaysandnbspby Alex Raymond of comics' great Alex Raymond on his signature strip, Flash Gordon.
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 Great Food
Peter Gordon and Nigella Lawson, put together six classic sandwiches; White Sandwich Loaf; New Orleans Muffaletta Bacon Sandwich, Mushroom Sandwich, Spiced Indian Baguette, and Panettone with Hot Chocolate.
Chef Alex MacKay joins fire fighter Sean Judge and the rest of his watch on the night shift, and learns about the effects of shift work on lifestyles and eating habits.
Nigel and Peter Gordon dig up new recipes for the standard potato with Hot Fish and Chip Salad, Sweet Potato Mash, Pan-fried Potatoes with Thyme and Taleggio, Potato and Smoked Mackerel Dauphinoise, and Chips with Bearnaise and Roast Chili Sauces.
www.pbs.org /greatfood/television.html   (1520 words)

  
 The Guild of Food Writers
The junior foodies will be cooking their recipes under the scrutiny of top chefs Mark Hix, Peter Gordon, Alex MacKay and James Martin at the finals held at BBC Good Food's West London kitchens on 24th March 2004.
Peter Gordon, Alex Mckay, Amanda Ursell and Mark Hix at the launch of Cook it!
The overall winner's prize is a day on a children's cookery course at Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons plus dinner and an overnight stay at the luxury hotel with their parents.
www.gfw.co.uk /news.html   (1949 words)

  
 Gordon Cooper MovieEye.com Gordon Cooper Address Celebrity Contact Write Actor Actress Movie Posters, Film, Celebrities Address
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Alex Campbell, Sarah Gadon, Samantha Weinstein, Andrew Chalmers, Sarah Polley, Martha Burns, Nicholas Campbell, Tom McCamus, Sonja Smits, Paul Soles, Shawn Roberts, Dorothy Gordon, Joan Heney, William Lynn, Aaron Abrams
Contact Gordon Cooper and receive a beautiful, FREE autographed photo!
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 Lawyers Douglas County Wisconsin: Lawyers and Attorneys
While juggling his successful career Alex has lost touch with his own family, his wife Rebecca (Bernadette Peters) suspects him of infidelity and his two sons, college slacker Asher Gromberg (played by Douglas's real-life son Cameron Douglas) and 11-year-old Eli Gromberg (Rory Caulkin) are eager to rebel against their successful family lineage.
Desperate to understand his sons, Alex finds himself reflecting on his own relationship with his father after years of competition and bickering.
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www.edgsolicitors.co.uk /2700.html   (760 words)

  
 Tete Montoliu Discography
Issue also lists Alex Riel as drummer for the Copenhagen 1963 date.
First selection is preceded by a spoken introduction by Gordon (0:30).
First selection is preceded by a spoken introduction by Gordon (1:39).
www.jazzdiscography.com /Artists/Montoliu/tete-disc.htm   (8472 words)

  
 Flash Gordon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1935 the strip was adapted into The Amazing Interplanetary Adventures of Flash Gordon a 26 episode radio serial that followed the strip fairly closely except the last two episodes when Flash and his friends meet Jungle Jim another Alex Raymond charectar.
Flash Gordon and Dale Arden inspired not only Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia, but also their parents, Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala.
In his youth, George Lucas was a fan of the Flash Gordon serials, and once wanted to adapt it to the screen as part of his modern-day myth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Flash_Gordon   (1635 words)

  
 Alex Riel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alex Riel, (September 13, 1940 in Copenhagen, Denmark), is a Danish jazz and rock drummer.
Riel has recorded with, among others, Kenny Drew, Bob Brookmeyer, Thomas Clausen, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Jackie McLean, and Dexter Gordon.
2004- Alex Riel Trio - What Happened?
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alex_Riel   (136 words)

  
 Flash Gordon
In "Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe" (1940, 12 episodes) a rocket is dropping purple dust into the Earth's atmosphere, causing instant death.
In "Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (1938, 15 episodes) a mysterious beam of light emanating from Mars is sucking the nitrogen from the Earth's atmosphere, and only Flash can stop it.
Comments: Alex Raymond's comic strip first appeared in 1934, and Universal bought the rights two years later.
www.internationalhero.co.uk /f/flashg.htm   (443 words)

  
 Comic Book Movies -- Flash Gordon
"Flash Gordon" dates back to 1934, when it was created by famed comic strip artist Alex Raymond, and for decades after appeared in movie serials, animated fare, TV shows and a ultra camp 1980 feature helmed by Mike Hodges.
Flash Gordon has graced the silver screen before, most notably in the person of Buster Crabbe, who starred in the three Flash Gordon serials produced at Universal from 1936-40.
The polo playing Flash of the 1930s became a New York Jets quarterback in the 1980 Flash Gordon film, one of those movies that is so bad, it's good.
www.efavata.com /CBM/FlashGordon.htm   (639 words)

  
 Alex Raymond - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alex Raymond (October 2, 1909- September 6, 1956) was an American comic strip artist, best known for his work on Flash Gordon.
Raymond received a Reuben Award from the National Cartoonists Society in 1949 for his work on Rip Kirby.
Raymond served in the US Marines in World War II.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alex_Raymond   (140 words)

  
 Rangers won't be walk-overs - says Gordon Strachan - Evening Times
Strachan firmly denied, however, that with the axe seemingly poised over the head of McLeish the heat is all on Rangers.
GORDON STRACHAN will send his players out for tonight's CIS Insurance Cup quarter-final with a final word of warning.
Having had them watched closely, Strachan recognises Rangers will arrive at Parkhead desperate to ram the cutting words right down the throat of the club's critics, and battling tooth and nail to save the job of manager Alex McLeish.
www.eveningtimes.co.uk /sport/6022204.html   (480 words)

  
 ESPN.com Soccernet Scotland: News - Strachan tipped for national job
Alex McLeish last night tipped Gordon Strachan to come roaring back into football management and didn't rule out the prospect of his former team-mate taking the reins of the national team.
But McLeish is confident this is not the end for his former Aberdeen and Scotland teammate and hinted that a short break from the pressure may be the best thing in the long run.
Strachan jetted off on holiday yesterday after departing his position as Coventry manager by 'mutual consent'.
www.soccernet.com /scotland/news/2001/0911/20010911scostrachan.html   (522 words)

  
 News
Gordon Strachan revealed that it took him just "seconds" to make up his mind to take the manager's job at Celtic.
Strachan is a former Aberdeen team-mate of Rangers manager Alex McLeish and has been in touch with his new Old Firm rival.
Strachan will be assisted by Garry Pendrey, who was with him at Coventry and Southampton.
www.pakistanlink.com /Headlines/May05/31/15.htm   (437 words)

  
 kingsburya-ssschools.txt
Gordon didn't learn what happened until five years later when an investigation revealed that someone had used her name in applying for 32 credit cards, generating more than $150,000 in debt.
Gordon and nearly 27 million Americans have been victims of identity theft in the past five years, with complaints doubling each year, according to a September 2003 report from the Federal Trade Commission.
What's more, since her clone was also working under her name and declaring income to the government, the real Shelia Gordon couldn't qualify for student loans.
www.jrn.columbia.edu /studentwork/cns/2004-03-01/syndication/kingsburya-ssschools.txt   (437 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Roberts ends game, Palmeiro climbs ladder
Gordon then struck out Palmeiro and Jay Gibbons before Sosa hit a grounder in the hole at shortstop that Derek Jeter gloved and deftly threw to third baseman Alex Rodriguez for a forceout.
Baltimore tied it in the eighth off Tom Gordon, and Roberts ended it with his 13th homer, a shot to left off Stanton (1-2).
Gordon issued a leadoff walk to Roberts, then threw wildly to first after fielding a bunt by Bigbie.
www.usatoday.com /sports/baseball/games/2005-06-29-yankees-orioles_x.htm   (703 words)

  
 Nebraska, NCAA Division I Baseball - CBS SportsLine.com
"What Alex Gordon did this year was what Darin Erstad did at the big league level his first year," Nebraska coach Mike Anderson said.
Gordon is Nebraska's first opening-round draft pick since Darin Erstad in 1995.
Gordon, the No. 2 pick in the major-league draft by Kansas City, batted.372 with 19 home runs and 66 RBI in 72 games for the Cornhuskers.
www.sportsline.com /collegebaseball/story/8593363   (332 words)

  
 Nebraska's Alex Gordon Wins 2005 USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award :: Kansas City's first round draft selection (#2 overall) becomes first ever Cornhusker to capture amateur baseball's most prestigious honor.
Nebraska's Alex Gordon Wins 2005 USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award :: Kansas City's first round draft selection (#2 overall) becomes first ever Cornhusker to capture amateur baseball's most prestigious honor.
"USA Baseball is extremely proud to honor Alex Gordon of the University of Nebraska with the 2005 Golden Spikes Award," said Paul Seiler, USA Baseball Executive Director/CEO.
Gordon - a native of Lincoln, Nebraska - becomes the first ever winner of the Golden Spikes Award from the University of Nebraska, as he was just the third ever finalist from the school.
www.big12sports.com /sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/062405aaa.html   (806 words)

  
 Nebraska's Gordon explodes on offense ::
Lincoln, NE (U-WIRE) -- Alex Gordon has hit plenty of home runs in his lifetime.
Even Gordon said he took a peek at his solo shot that went a mile high to dead center, clearing the trees beyond the outfield fence and finally coming down some 450 feet from where it made contact with the All-American's bat.
Gordon certainly has been hurting his opponents lately.
www.cstv.com /sports/m-basebl/uwire/032805aal.html   (627 words)

  
 Half-Life: About Gordon Freeman
A native of Seattle, Washington, Gordon Freeman showed high interest and aptitude in the areas of quantum physics and relativity at an extremely young age.
Considering the source and amount of funds available to the Black Mesa Labs, Gordon suspected that he would be involved in some sort of weapons research; but in the hopes that practical civilian applications would arise (in areas of quantum computing and astrophysics), he accepted Kleiner's offer.
While a visiting student at the University of Innsbruck in the late 1990's, Gordon Freeman observed a series of seminal teleportation experiments conducted by the Institute for Experimental Physics (see Bowemeester, Pan, Mattle, Eibl, Weinfurter, Zeilinger, "Experimental Quantum Teleportation," Nature, 11 December 1997) (see also http://www.sciam.com/explorations/122297teleport).
www.angelfire.com /games5/thenetwork/hl/halflife/freeman.shtml   (273 words)

  
 Flash Gordon (1954) TV Show - Flash Gordon (1954) Television Show - TV.com
Flash Gordon was based on Alex Raymond`s science fiction comic strip, the television episodes showed the voyages of space hero Flash Gordon along with Dale Arden and Doctor Zharkov.
Flash Gordon (1954) TV Show - Flash Gordon (1954) Television Show - TV.com
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 Flash Gordon (1954-55 TV Show) Wordbook @ AlienArtifacts.com (Alien Artifacts)
Flash Gordon is a television show based on the characters of the Alex Raymond comic strip (of the same name), but featured its own storyline.
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Flash Gordon and related characters were created by Alex Raymond.
Flash Gordon, Mongo, and all related references, names, and likenesses are copyright and owned by King Features Syndicate, a division of Hearst Holdings.
Welcome to The Mongo Museum, dedicated to Flash Gordon collectibles of all kinds, from the antiques to the up-and-coming.
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