Die ersten Scooter-Erfahrungen kann Ihr Kind schon bald auf diesem coolen Spider-Man Scooter mit drei Rädern machen. Der blau/rote 3-Rad-Scooter bietet Ihrem Kind viel Stabilität und Sicherheit und bereitet es ideal auf die nächsten Roller-Fortschritte vor. Zudem schult das Scooter-Fahren den Gleichgewichtssinn sowie die Koordinationsfähigkeit Ihres Kindes. Die weichen und griffigen Schaumstoffgriffe sorgen für Komfort und der Lenker lässt sich abbauen, für eine platzsparende Lagerung.
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In 100,000 homes, families sat down together at the supper table. A few hours later, those persons were dead - killed by poison in canned foods! Thousands of women used cosmetics, and acid made their faces forever hideously scarred. A master criminal, daring and clever, was ruthlessly slaughtering Americans to win immense illicit profits for himself. Only one man was powerful enough and wise enough to stop this wholesale murder - Richard Wentworth, champion of oppressed humanity, better known as the Spider. And the Spider was engaged in the bitterest battle of his career, fighting the Avenger, a false, wily crusader who was determined to destroy him! Norvell W. Page, writing under the pseudonym of Grant Stockbridge, remade the Spider into his own psychic twin, often dressing up as the master of men when delivering his monthly manuscripts. In a letter to a Spider fan, Page wrote, "Think of me as Wentworth, if you will. The line between us is not too distinct." Page took Spider readers on a roller-coaster ride of wild action and fevered emotion unlike anything ever published before or since. Once he got going, Page painted a portrait of a tortured superhero, one much more emblematic of the 21st century than of the Great Depression. Richard Wentworth saw himself as a man on a holy mission, a self-appointed messiah with a martyr complex - a Christ covered in cobwebs. He was the champion of oppressed humanity, its shield and protector against the murderous outbreaks of the underworld; wherever crime struck terribly, he hastened, taking up the challenge. The police had offered rewards totaling thousands of dollars for his capture "dead or alive." And the underworld hated him and plotted his destruction with a fierceness bred of abject terror. Nick Santa Maria breathes life into the Spider in "The Pain Emperor". Originally published in The Spider magazine, February 1935. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nick Santa Maria. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/047712/bk_acx0_047712_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Deep-hidden in evil, Satan's Suicide Club sat in council - and men died. What dreadful force drove these men, leaders of society with everything to live for, to end their lives at the behest of that sinister being who sardonically called himself Professor Mephisto? And why did men and women suffer the tortures of the damned, rather than defy this mysterious being? Richard Wentworth once more assumes the cloak of the Spider to free these lost ones from a living hell and a disgraceful death - and steps into the jaws of a devil's trap that casts his life among the lives in pawn! In a letter to a Spider fan, Author Norvell W. Page once wrote, "Think of me as Wentworth, if you will. The line between us is not too distinct." A transplanted Virginian, Norvell. W. Page took Spider readers on a roller-coaster ride of wild action and fevered emotion, unlike anything ever published. Once he got going, he painted a portrait of a tortured superhero, one more emblematic of the 21st century than of the Great Depression. For Richard Wentworth saw himself as a man on a holy mission, a self-appointed messiah with a martyr complex. Norvell W. Page's mark on The Spider as a messiah-like figure would remain, even in his absence. While other authors, such as Emile C. Tepperman, thrust Wentworth into adventure after adventure. Although each writer brought his own style to the tales, all had to work with the madness and panicked-pacing Page had infused into the character for all time. Nick Santa Maria again takes on the dual role of Richard Wentworth, aka the Spider, Master of Men, for this powerful story, Devil's Pawnbroker. Originally published in The Spider magazine, May, 1937. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nick Santa Maria. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/094756/bk_acx0_094756_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Was the job at an Ocean City amusement park a dream come true? Or hell in disguise? Check your restraint bar and take a twisting ride through the summer of 1980 for the answer. 'Playland takes you back to a time when Ernie's Donuts were always hot and delicious, the Admirals played at the Pier Ballroom, and a great amusement park existed on 65th Street. It's a great beach read!' - Hunter 'Bunk' Mann, author, Vanishing Ocean City and Ghosts in the Surf But Playland: Greetings From Ocean City, Maryland is more than just a summer story. It's about people. It's about dreams. And it's also history, capturing the sights and sounds of a time and a place that no longer exists. 'Weaving two stories together, one from his childhood, the other as a young man working during the summer, Earl Shores brings Ocean City, Maryland to life, vividly, as it was during the 60s, 70s, and 80s.'- Sandy Hurley, Curator, Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Playland Amusement Park was a real place. It sat on a westward pointing finger of land at 65th Street in Ocean City, Maryland. The park first opened in 1965, and over the next 15 years became a playground for millions of beachgoers. Author Earl Shores was lucky enough to land a job in the park for the summer of 1980. At first, this position seemed like the most perfect job in the world. Running the rides on warm summer nights as the park's flashing lights and the squeals of happy children filled the air was a world of pure fantasy. But little did Shores realize that his Playland summer would turn out to be the roller coaster ride of his life. 'Playland far exceeds all expectations by transporting readers to a simpler time in Ocean City history, and our society in general. All OCMD local residents and tourists alike will get a kick out of reminiscing while enjoying this truly great body of work.'- Brandon Seidl, founder, Trimper's Haunted House Online, co-founder, The Bill Tracy Project, co-author, Trimper's Rides and Ocean City Oddities (2020) 'Earl Shores take us back to his special summer in 1980 when he lived in Ocean City, Maryland and worked as a ride operator at Playland Amusement Park. It turned out that this would be the final summer that Playland operated and Shores takes us back to the park with his vividly descriptive style of storytelling. The rides, the co-workers and the customers provide a rich tapestry of a lost place that provided so many memories and shaped a person's life forever.'- Jim Futrell, historian, National Amusement Park Historical Association 'Playland transports us back to a time when summers were magical and friendships were made and renewed year after year. The words put into motion an emotional ride that allows us to check-off a bucket list item that ceased to exist long ago. Read the book, close your eyes, and realize that 'Playland' still exists.'- Rick Machado, Playland alumnus 1976-80 'Anyone who has ever worked at or visited an amusement park will appreciate Playland. As a former ride operator, I quickly related to the stories Earl had at each ride. The difficulty operating the Spider, and arguing with parents when their child wasn't tall enough to ride. Upon completion of the book, I wanted to know how the next chapter of Earl's life unfolded as he returned to school and reflected on his Ocean City summer.'- Joshua Litvik, National Amusement Park Historical Association