18 track rhino anthology-made in the eec
(W) Cullen Bunn (A) Reilly Brown & Various (CA) Leonardo Manco After his explosive return, Lobo is back and badder than ever! He's set his sights on Sinestro-but the leader of the Yellow Lanterns may be more than a match for the last Czarnian. This volume collects LOBO #7-9, LOBO ANNUAL #1 and the Sneak Peek story from CONVERGENCE: GREEN LANTERN/PARALLAX #2!
The intergalactic bounty hunter Lobo returns to the DC Universe - and he's bringing his brand of ultraviolence with him! Charged with protecting a valuable client from six highly trained assasins, Lobo cuts a path of destruction through the DC Universe as he attempts to protect his client, but also must find those responsible for the contract on his client's life.
Two of our favorite Thai recipes are waterfall beef (also known as Nam Tok) and Laab (northern Thai dish), which can both be quite time-consuming to prepare. Here is a quick packet of spices that allow you to prepare either recipe quickly and easily. We carry several products of Lobo, a company that offers great products which are commonly found in supermarkets throughout Thailand.
Experience Lobo as his original creator and comics legend Keith Giffen intended!
Casal Branco dates back to the 17th century and served as the King of Portugal's falconry. Lobo e Falcão (Wolf and Falcon) is a tribute to winemaker José Lobo de Vasconcelos' ancestors, who were its caretakers. It is a blend of native Portuguese grape Fernão Pires, plus Alvarinho and Moscatel (aka Albariño and Muscat), which thrive in the estate's sandy soils and ripen to perfection under the Portuguese sun.
Head to the remote interior of Portugal and you're in a land seemingly untouched by modern times - and largely overlooked by the rest of the wine world. But we've been swooping in on its rich pickings for years, winning 'Portugal Retailer of the Year' with remarkable wines at great value prices. Here's our most sumptuous find yet, made by José Lobo de Vasconcelos (Lobo is Portuguese for wolf) at a 17th century estate in central Portugal that was once the king's falconry.