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Transformers S3 Pt2 S4 <b>DVD</b> ~ Charles Adler
Transformers S3 Pt2 S4 DVD ~ Charles Adler
This DVD set is the end to probably the best toy-animation series created. It actually survived in Japan for a couple more years, but to the Americans' fan it was a fading toy-line. I was shock as a kid when it went of the air. The later toys were a major downfall to the series, since the qualities became generic. The toys had more plastic, the details were getting less interesting, and some products were very odd-looking.
I personality thought the third season was great. I love the action scenes, space was a great setting. The giant combiners (Defensor, Superion, Predaking, Abominus, etc.) were tough adversities. The Autobot became more self-reliant since they don't follow… Read more
Architecture Today by James Steele
Architecture Today by James Steele
I had James Steele for many of my architectural professional classes at the University of Southern California. He has a monochromatic voice, funny cold humor and is very knowledgeable as a professor. This book is set up very similar to some of the subjects he teaches at USC and in somewhat the in same chronological order. This book is complementary to Trachenberg's "Architecture: From Prehistory to Postmodernism." which was also a very thick and insightful book. As an architectural student I had to get Trachenberg for a class, but flipping through Steele I knew they were both on the same highly written quality. Where Trachenberg left off describing architecture of the past, Steele… Read more
New York World Trade Center Competition by Kwang W. Jeon
The book is a very nice picturesque book on the many entries for the World Trade Center Competition. I have seen other WTC Competition book and this is the best. Graphically this book is for the visual architects. The book show the WTC projects snap shot, big money rendering, sketches, diagram, section, elevation, plan and perspective. Other books on the WTCC only so the big money rendering and some drawings. This book is more complete and is almost 200 pages long.
The problems I founded are the texts and writings in the book are not very good. The texts are very simple and obvious description for some the bigger entry project of more well known architectural firms, but nothing… Read more