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Bruce Morgan - Valeries Confession
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Labiano & Dufaux - Jaguar
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Javier - Hellina
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James Lemay - Carnal Science
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Quinn - Shadow & light 4
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Caldera - FBI First Step
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Grimm Fairy Tales 1 Red Riding
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[Comics] The Invisibles - Vol. 1

[Comics] The Invisibles - Vol. 1


Big Brother is watching you
Learn to became INVISIBLE

Comics | CBR | 245 MB

Barb Wire - Ace of Spades - 4 Comics

Barb Wire - Ace of Spades - 4 Comics
Barb Wire - Ace of Spades - 4 Issues
4 Comics | CBR format | 52 Mb
Barb Wire was a superhero published by Comics Greatest World, an imprint of Dark Horse Comics. A regular series was published for 9 issues between 1994-1995, followed by a mini-series in 1998. The movie adaptation was released in 1996 starring Pamela Anderson as Barb Wire. The film, panned by critics and fans alike, was nominated for the Razzie Award for Worst Picture, but lost to the Demi Moore film Striptease.

Misty: An Adult Fantasy In Visuals GN

Misty: An Adult Fantasy In Visuals GN

Misty: An Adult Fantasy In Visuals GN
James McQuade | Sherbourne Press | CBR | ISBN 0820201510 | 1972 | 168 Pages | 67.77 MB

Misty is a deft combination of exciting drawing, scathing satire, social comment, warm sex, suspense and adventure…

Hellblazer Comics Part 6

Hellblazer Comics Part 6

Jamie Delano, John Ridgway, Hellblazer Comics No. 16-20
Vertigo Comics | 1988 | English | CBR | 41.66 Mb


Hellblazer is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, which features the central character John Constantine. It has been ongoing since January 1988.

This is the comic book that inspired the movie Constantine

Highly Recomended!!

ACTION COMICS #866

ACTION COMICS #866

ACTION COMICS #866
CBR | 20.5 MB

The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe (Hardcover)

The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe (Hardcover)

The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe (Hardcover)
CBR | Dorling Kindersley | 1st Ed. Oct 4 2004 | ISBN-10: 075660592X | 356 Pages | 146.36 MB
Authors: Scott Beatty & Phil Jimenez

This copiously illustrated encyclopedia chronicles more than 1,000 DC Comics characters from the 1930s to the present. Arranged alphabetically, each entry gives the first appearance, status (hero, villain, etc.), real name, occupation, height, weight, and eye and hair color of the superheroes or supervillains. Special abilities and superpowers are also listed along with ample cross-references to other comic characters or superleague affiliations, such as the L.E.G.I.O.N. cosmic peacekeeping force. The biographical entries make fascinating reading in alternative history... Of course, famous characters such as Wonder Woman or Batman are included. But lesser-known characters, such as Superman's college flame, Lori Lemaris (a mermaid), are also listed. The colorful design makes this book a pleasure to browse. Special two-page features, such as "Amazing Weapons" and "Romantic Moments," are interspersed with the biographies. Recommended for public libraries with active comic readership. --

The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe - Updated and Expanded (Hardcover)

The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe - Updated and Expanded (Hardcover)

The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe - Updated and Expanded (Hardcover)
CBR | Dorling Kindersley | Upd Exp edition (Sep 29 2008) | ISBN-10: 0756641195 | 394 Pages | 160.51 MB
Text By Scott Beatty, Robert Greenberger, Phil Jimenez and Dan Wallace | Updated Text By Dan Wallace

Following the success of the first edition, the updated and revised DC Comics Encyclopedia offers even more incredible DC detail and imagery than the original. 48 brand-new pages include major updates on characters and storylines (including the recent "Infinite Crisis" story arc). This spectacular, up-to-the-minute encyclopedia will delight comic fans of every age. --

The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts (repost)

The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts (repost)

Paul Williams, James Lyons, "The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts"
English | 2010-11-11 | ISBN: 1604737921, 1604737913 | 256 pages | PDF | 3,7 MB

Starting in the mid-1980s, a talented set of comics artists changed the American comic-book industry forever by introducing adult sensibilities and aesthetic considerations into popular genres such as superhero comics and the newspaper strip. Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (1986) and Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons's Watchmen (1987) revolutionized the former genre in particular. During this same period, underground and alternative genres began to garner critical acclaim and media attention beyond comics-specific outlets, as best represented by Art Spiegelman's Maus. Publishers began to collect, bind, and market comics as "graphic novels," and these appeared in mainstream bookstores and in magazine reviews.

Strange Tales Comics Vome 2

Strange Tales Comics Vome 2

The series began in June 1951 as a horror anthology from Marvel's 1950s precursor, Atlas Comics. Initially modeled after the gory morality tales of the popular and groundbreaking EC line of comics, Strange Tales became lesss outré with the 1954 imposition of the Comics Code, which prohibited graphic horror, as well as vampires, zombies and other classical monsters.
CBR RAPIDSHARE 7-10 MB Each

Hellblazer Comics Part 20

Hellblazer Comics Part 20

Jamie Delano, John Ridgway, Hellblazer Comics No. 86-90
Vertigo Comics | 1988 | English | CBR | 29.14 Mb

Hellblazer is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, which features the central character John Constantine. It has been ongoing since January 1988.

This is the comic book that inspired the movie Constantine

Highly Recomended!!

Hellblazer Comics Part 23

Hellblazer Comics Part 23

Jamie Delano, John Ridgway, Hellblazer Comics No. 101-105
Vertigo Comics | 1988 | English | CBR | 52.46 Mb

Hellblazer is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, which features the central character John Constantine. It has been ongoing since January 1988.

This is the comic book that inspired the movie Constantine. Highly Recomended!!

All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update : Adam II to Zodiak (Marvel Comics)

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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update : Adam II to Zodiak (Marvel Comics)
Marvel Comics (2007) | ISBN: B000T6OS80 | 31.47 MB |CBR


All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update : Adam II to Zodiak By Jeff Christiansen

Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney's Best Comics)

Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney's Best Comics)

Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney's Best Comics)
Editor: Floyd Gottfredson | Random House Value Publishing | April 1986 | English | ISBN-10: 0896596044 | CBR | 262.01 MB

Hellblazer Comics Part 4

Hellblazer Comics Part 4

Jamie Delano, John Ridgway, Hellblazer Comics No. 10-12
Vertigo Comics | 1988 | English | CBR | 51.48 Mb

Hellblazer is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, which features the central character John Constantine. It has been ongoing since January 1988.

This is the comic book that inspired the movie Constantine

Highly Recomended!!

Hellblazer Comics Part 21

Hellblazer Comics Part 21

Jamie Delano, John Ridgway, Hellblazer Comics No. 91-95
Vertigo Comics | 1988 | English | CBR | 28.50 Mb

Hellblazer is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, which features the central character John Constantine. It has been ongoing since January 1988.

This is the comic book that inspired the movie Constantine. Highly Recomended!!

Hellblazer Comics Part 22

Hellblazer Comics Part 22

Jamie Delano, John Ridgway, Hellblazer Comics No. 96-100
Vertigo Comics | 1988 | English | CBR | 36.66 Mb

Hellblazer is a comic book series published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, which features the central character John Constantine. It has been ongoing since January 1988.

This is the comic book that inspired the movie Constantine. Highly Recomended!!

Batman: The Killing Joke (Deluxe Hardcover Edition)

Batman: The Killing Joke (Deluxe Hardcover Edition)
Batman: The Killing Joke (Deluxe Hardcover Edition)

Batman: The Killing Joke (Deluxe Hardcover Edition)
Alan Moore & Brian Bolland | DC Comics | CBR | ISBN 1401216676 | Canada, Deluxe Edition | Mar 19 2008 | 64 Pages (c2c) | 52.03 MB

is an influential one-shot graphic novel written by Alan Moore (of fame), drawn by Brian Bolland, featuring the superhero and title character Batman and his archenemy the Joker, and published by DC Comics in 1988. The story would affect the mainstream Batman continuity in that it features (spoiler alert!--but of course you know this already) the shooting and crippling of Barbara Gordon by the Joker, an event which would lead her to adopt the role and identity of Oracle, a vital source of information for Batman and other superheroes. The plot revolves around a largely psychological battle between Batman and the Joker, who has escaped from Arkham Asylum. The Joker intends to drive Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon insane to prove that the most upstanding citizen can go mad after having "one bad day". Along the way, the Joker has flashbacks to his early life, gradually explaining his possible origins--possible because he himself is unsure: "If I'm going to have a past, I prefer it to be multiple choice!" It is a tale of insanity and human perseverance, one of the darkest ever in the entire Batman mythos. This insanity is further explored in the subtext that Batman may be just as insane as the criminals and super-villains he faces, only manifesting it in a different manner. Alan Moore sums it best: "Psychologically Batman and the Joker are mirror images of each other." And such dichotomy between Batman and the Joker is never more creatively explored, either in words or in pictures--or both--than in .