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List Of Marvel Comics Characters: S - Ransome Sole
... Ransome Sole is a fictional mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe ... Ransome Sole is a renegade Neo who ran a thriving slave trade in Russia under cover of the exclusive nightspot known as "The Slash!" Ransome Sole has peak human strength, speed ...
Clifford Webb
... for the first two books of the Swallows and Amazons series by Arthur Ransome initially for the second edition of Swallows and Amazons (as Ransome did ... Ransome then illustrated Peter Duck, the third and all subsequent books himself, and in 1938 Ransome produced illustrations for later editions of Swallows ... book 1935 He also illustrated other books Swallow and Amazons Arthur Ransome, 1930 Swallowdale Arthur Ransome, 1931 An Introduction to India E Lucia Turnbull 1933 A Key to ...
List Of Places In Arthur Ransome Books - Other Books
... Ransome based the geography of the other three books, Peter Duck, Missee Lee and Great Northern? on various books, and often from his own experience ... The Hebridean setting of Great Northern? was based on a fishing trip Ransome made to Lewis in the Outer Hebrides when researching the area for the book ... Ransome sailed the Nancy Blackett from the River Orwell to Flushing when researching We Didn't Mean To Go To Sea ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: S - Sketch
... The mutant known only as Sketch was at some point taken captive by Ransome Sole, and forced to serve him as a slave in "The Slash" nightclub ... Debra Levin, who had been taken captive while investigating the club, Ransome Sole had Sketch create tendrils around the chair in which Levin was strapped, and Cable ... When Storm was turned over to Ransome Sole by Simyon Kurasov, Sketch was instructed to ensnare her and the other X-Men inside of metal shells while he auctioned them off as slaves to Tullamore Voge and the ...
Swallows And Amazons
... is the first book in the Swallows and Amazons series by English author Arthur Ransome it was first published in 1930, with the action taking place in the summer of 1929 in the Lake District ... At the time, Ransome had been working as a journalist with the Manchester Guardian, but decided to become a full-time author rather than go abroad as a foreign correspondent ... The book was inspired by a summer spent by Ransome teaching the children of his friends, the Altounyans, to sail ...