Viviana - Erotic Graphic Novel by McFrahap

Viviana - Erotic Graphic Novel by McFrahap

Viviana - Erotic Graphic Novel by McFrahap
Eng | RS & otfile | CBR | Cha-Cha Comics | 1993 | 48 Pages | 35.3 MB

Santiago, a city of three million inhabitants and amongst them, living in the slums, is who is kicked out of her shack by an ungrateful father. She teams up with boyfriend Miguel in search for a job, any job. She travels through cesspools of depravation under Miguel's guidance, being initiated in the most exotic forms of sexual activity. And, as things reach their lowest point, Miguel rescues her and they end making undisturbed and unsoiled love on a spotless beach outside Santiago. South American artist McFrahap produces works of great sensuality filled with hot scenes that nevertheless stay free of vulgarity. His sophisticated use of colour and his very coherent scenarios are the qualities that powers hi rapid rise in the field of comics. --

Reading Comics: How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean

Reading Comics: How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean

Reading Comics: How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean by Douglas Wolk
English | ISBN: 0306816164 | 2007 | EPUB | 774 pages | 18.52 MB

DC Science Fiction Graphic Novels Complete

DC Science Fiction Graphic Novels Complete
DC Science Fiction Graphic Novels Complete

DC Science Fiction Graphic Novels Complete
Eng | RS & MU | CBR & CBZ | DC Comics | 159 MB Total

Here's one for the avid comics collector. From 1985 - 1987, DC Comics published a line of seven graphic novels adapted from critically-acclaimed and award-winning works of well-known science fiction authors. The complete collection consists of the following:

DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel 01 –- 50 Pages | 18.4 MB –- Roger Bloch: Hell on Earth (1985)
DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel 02 –- 50 Pages | 27.7 MB –- Robert Silverberg: Nightwings (1985)
DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel 03 –- 51 Pages | 25.9 MB –- Ray Bradbury: Frost and Fire (1986)
DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel 04 –- 51 Pages | 24.3 MB –- Frederick Pohl: The Merchants of Venus (1986)
DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel 05 –- 51 Pages | 15.3 MB –- Harlan Ellison: Demon with a Glass Hand (1987)
DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel 06 –- 50 Pages | 26.5 MB –- Larry Niven: The Magic Goes Away (1987)
DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel 07 –- 50 Pages | 20.9 MB –- George R. R. Martin: The Sandkings (1987)

Heroes Graphic Novels

Heroes Graphic Novels

Heroes Graphic Novels
English | PDF | 860 pages | 2 GB


Graphic Novels from the TV Series 'Heroes'

Marvel Graphic Novels #21-40 Compilation (Part 2)

Marvel Graphic Novels #21-40 Compilation (Part 2)

Marvel Graphic Novels #21-40 Compilation (Part 2)
Various Authors | Marvel Comics | 13 CBR's 7 CBZ's in 6 RAR's | Published 1985 - 1988 | 667.41 MB Total
+ Marvel Graphic Novel #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)

(MGN) is a series of graphic novel trade paperbacks published from 1982 to 1993 by Marvel Comics in an attempt to emulate European-style graphic novels. They are characterized by big-name authors and artists, complete standalone stories, 8.5 x 11 inch dimensions and an emphasis on superheroes. They are also numbered in sequence--despite the fact that none of the books were connected in any way but a blanket title--but for the first twenty issues only, through 1985. Marvel released many other stories in the same format that are considered unnumbered parts of the series according to the . Overstreet continued counting beyond the original "official" numbering, following a Marvel-published list of graphic novels. When the list stopped being published, Overstreet stopped trying to number the issues, halting at issue 38, although they list 29 more issues published from 1983 through 1991, and the list is known not to include every graphic novel from this period. This lack of numbering for the rest made it so difficult to come up with a definitive list in chronological ordinal sequence, until Bob Rozakis at comicsbulletin.com came up with one in 2003. The first story (the second Marvel graphic novel produced) is by Jim Starlin, released in April of 1982. The last numbered graphic novel, #20, is written by J. M. DeMatteis and drawn by Mark Badger.

Süddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek - Graphic Novels Krimi - Band 2 - Vallat

Süddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek - Graphic Novels Krimi - Band 2 - Vallat

Suddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek - Graphic Novels Krimi - Band 2 - Vallat
Verlag: Suddeutsche Zeitung | 2013 | Sprache: Deutsch | 256 Seiten | CBR/RAR | ~250 MB

Süddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek - Graphic Novels Krimi - Band 7 - Die Packard Gang

Süddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek - Graphic Novels Krimi - Band 7 - Die Packard Gang

Suddeutsche Zeitung Bibliothek - Graphic Novels Krimi - Band 7 - Die Packard Gang
Verlag: Suddeutsche Zeitung | 2013 | Sprache: Deutsch | 152 Seiten | CBR | ~199 MB

Marvels (Marvel Graphic Novels)

Marvels (Marvel Graphic Novels)

Marvels (Marvel Graphic Novels)
French | 212 Pages | CBR | 122 Mb

On a lu les aventures de Spider-Man, des Fantastiques, des X-Men ou d'Iron-Man, aux prises avec le docteur Octopus, Fatalis, Magnéto ou Galactus. On a assisté à leurs combats épiques. Mais que pense l'homme de la rue quand des immeubles sont détruits par un affrontement violent entre la Torche et Namor ? Comment réagit un type moyen lorsqu'il se retrouve face à un mutant ? Kurt Busiek et Alex Ross décident de répondre à ces questions en reprenant des moments de l'immense production de comics Marvel et en les plaçant sous un éclairage nouveau : celui de l'homme normal au lieu de celui des super-héros. Et cela change tout. Idée simple mais géniale.

DC Entertainment Essential Graphic Novels and Chronology 2015

DC Entertainment Essential Graphic Novels and Chronology 2015

DC Entertainment Essential Graphic Novels and Chronology 2015
English | CBR | 144 pages | 172.19 MB

DC Entertainment has long been the home of the genre's most seminal graphic novels, including such groundbreaking titles as WATCHMEN, BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS and THE SANDMAN to present-day masterworks DAYTRIPPER and JUSTICE LEAGUE VOL. 1: ORIGIN. This DC ENTERTAINMENT ESSENTIAL GRAPHIC NOVELS AND CHRONOLOGY 2015 catalog has been specifically built to help guide any new reader into the most accessible entry points into comics, then moving onto spotlights and reading orders for some of the world's most recognizable characters. DC Entertainment has revised its expansive look into our rich library for 2015, with a updated reading lists featuring graphic novels starring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Justice League, as well as the best collections from our Vertigo and MAD imprints.

Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels (Two Volumes) (Repost)

Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels (Two Volumes) (Repost)

M. Keith Booker, "Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels (Two Volumes)"
English | 2010 | 806 Pages | ISBN: 0313357463 | PDF | 8 MB

The 100 Greatest Graphic Novels Of All Time (2016)

The 100 Greatest Graphic Novels Of All Time (2016)

The 100 Greatest Graphic Novels Of All Time (2016)
English | CBR | 148 pages | 93.18 MB

Comics & Graphic Novels - 2015 Calendar

Comics & Graphic Novels - 2015 Calendar

Comics & Graphic Novels - 2015 Calendar
English | 16 pages | PDF | 2 MB

The Boxcar Children Graphic Novels[Repost]

The Boxcar Children Graphic Novels[Repost]

The Boxcar Children Graphic Novels by Gertrude Chandler Warner
English | 2009 | ISBN: 1439593183 | 36 Pages | PDF/EPUB | 7/6 MB

Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden are brothers and sisters–and they're orphans! The only way they can stay together is to make it on their own. One night, during a storm, the children find an old red boxcar that keeps them warm and safe. They decide to make it their home.

Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)

Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)
Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)

Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 4 CBR | Dupuis/Cinebook LTD | June 25 2008 - Oct 25 2009 | 286 MB Total

is a Belgian comic book series by Philippe Francq and Jean Van Hamme, published by Dupuis. Largo Winch started as a series of novels by Jean Van Hamme in the late 1970's, but stopped due to a lack of success and the huge amount of work Van Hamme had in the meantime with his comic books (e.g. ). When Francq wanted to start a series with Van Hamme, he revived his old hero, and reworked the novels into the first albums of the comic series. Later, new stories followed. The albums are more or less based on the same basic plot: someone is trying to harm Largo's company or to take control of it from him, and he has to fight that someone to ensure the survival of his holdings. All the stories of the series are published in two volumes, the first one being the one putting Largo in an impossible situation, and the second one letting him get out of it. In addition, both volumes share the same background color on the cover. The stories appear originally in French (among the most popular, in fact), and Cinebook has translated Largo Winch into English and has released them in single-issue books of 2 stories at a time. Graphic and explicit. Mature Readers.

Marvel Graphic Novels #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)

Marvel Graphic Novels #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)

Marvel Graphic Novel #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)
Various Authors | Marvel Comics | 12 CBR's 8 CBZ's in 4 RAR's | Released 1982-1985 | 603.17 MB Total

(MGN) is a series of graphic novel trade paperbacks published from 1982 to 1993 by Marvel Comics in an attempt to emulate European-style graphic novels. They are characterized by big-name authors and artists, complete standalone stories, 8.5 x 11 inch dimensions and an emphasis on superheroes. They are also numbered in sequence--despite the fact that none of the books were connected in any way but a blanket title--but for the first twenty issues only, through 1985. Marvel released many other stories in the same format that are considered unnumbered parts of the series according to the Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. Overstreet continued counting beyond the original "official" numbering, following a Marvel-published list of graphic novels. When the list stopped being published, Overstreet stopped trying to number the issues, halting at issue 38, although they list 29 more issues published from 1983 through 1991, and the list is known not to include every graphic novel from this period. This lack of numbering for the rest made it so difficult to come up with a definitive list in chronological ordinal sequence, until Bob Rozakis at comicsbulletin.com came up with one in 2003. The first story (the second Marvel graphic novel produced) is by Jim Starlin, released in April of 1982. The last numbered graphic novel, #20, is written by J. M. DeMatteis and drawn by Mark Badger.

Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels

Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels

Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels
Language: English | AZW3 / EPUB / MOBI | ISBN-10: 0313357463 | 2010 | 763 pages | 13 MB / 7 MB / 10 MB

At a time when graphic novels have expanded beyond their fan cults to become mainstream bestsellers and sources for Hollywood entertainment, Encyclopedia of Comic Books and Graphic Novels serves as an exhaustive exploration of the genre's history, its landmark creators and creations, and its profound influence on American life and culture.

Dubisch Mike, Surprise Island (Boxcar Children Graphic Novels)

 Dubisch Mike, Surprise Island (Boxcar Children Graphic Novels)

Dubisch Mike, Surprise Island (Boxcar Children Graphic Novels)
ISBN: 0807528684 | edition 2011 | PDF EPUB | 35 pages | 13 mb

Henry, Jesse, Violet, and Benny Alden have a home with their grandfather—but their adventures are just beginning! They’re about to spend the summer camping on their own private island. The island is full of surprises, including a kind stranger with a secret. Join the Boxcar Children in their graphic novel adventure on Surprise Island!

Nightmares and Fairy Tales Graphic Novels Vol. 1-4 (2004-2008) Complete

Nightmares and Fairy Tales Graphic Novels Vol. 1-4 (2004-2008) Complete

Nightmares and Fairy Tales Graphic Novels Vol. 1-4 (2004-2008) Complete
4 CBZ's | SLG | Published Apr 2004 - Jul 2008 | 281.48 MB Total

is an American comic book series written by Serena Valentino and published by Slave Labor Graphics. It's about a strange little doll called Annabelle. chronicles the events that happen, good or bad, as she comes into the possession of many people. The stories are often played around familiar fairy tales, such as , and . The comic book started in 2002. FSc (Foo Swee Chin) was the artist for the first 12 issues until 2005. Crab Scrambly was the artist for issues 13-18, and Camilla D'Errico illustrated issues 19-23. Issues 1-6 are collected in a graphic novel (Volume 1) entitled Issues 7-12 are collected in the 2nd graphic novel (Vol. 2), . Issues 13-18 are collected in the 3rd volume, . Issues 19-23 are collected in the 4th graphic novel volume, . Altogether the 4 volumes completely collects all 23 issues published through 2008. Strange and beautifully drawn.

Comics, Manga, and Graphic Novels: A History of Graphic Narratives

Comics, Manga, and Graphic Novels: A History of Graphic Narratives

Robert Petersen, "Comics, Manga, and Graphic Novels: A History of Graphic Narratives"
Publisher: P…ger | ISBN: 0313363307 | 2012 | PDF | 298 pages | 4.6 MB

Creating Comics and Graphic Novels

Creating Comics and Graphic Novels

Creating Comics and Graphic Novels
MP4 | 2016 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2h 30m | 683 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Ever dreamed of bringing your stories to life in your very own graphic novel? This course will teach you the fundamentals of creating a graphic novel or comic, including planning, camera, color, panel composition, and more. Software required: Phot…