Marvel Comics – Count Duckula – Issue 1-15

 Count Duckula Free Comic
English |CBR,CBZ| ~36 pages |435 MB

           Count Duckula appeared in North American comics under Star Comics (an imprint of Marvel Comics) and introduced an additional difference between this incarnation of Duckula which separated him from his predecessors. Due to ketchup being used in the resurrection ceremony, this version of Duckula has ketchup, rather than blood, flowing through his veins…

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Image Comics Collection – Volume 20

 Hero Camp
English |CBR,CBZ| ~24-64 pages |977 MB

             Image Comics is an American comic book publisher. It was immediately successful, and remains one of the largest comic book publishers in North America.

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Timely – Atlas Universe Comic Collection – Volume 20

 Atlas comics
English |CBR,CBZ| ~24-70 pages |844 MB

       Timely Comics, initially Timely Publications, was the earliest comic book arm of American publisher Martin Goodman, and the entity that would evolve by the 1960s to become Marvel Comics.

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Image Comics – Monstress – Issue 1-3

  Monstress Comic
English |CBR| ~32 pages |218 MB

          Monstress is an epic fantasy comics series written by Marjorie Liu and drawn by Sana Takeda, published since 2015 by the American publisher Image Comics. The series is set in a matriarchal "alternate Asia" riven by war between the Arcanics, magical creatures who sometimes can pass for human, and the Cumea, an order of sorceresses who consume Arcanics to fuel their power. The main character, Maika, is an Arcanic who is set on learning more about, and avenging, her dead mother. According to Liu, among the series’s themes are the inner strength required to withstand constant dehumanization, as well as the power of friendship among women.

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DC Comics – Green Lantern Comic Collection – Volume 13

 DC Comics – Green Lantern Comic Collection – Volume 13
English | CBR,CBZ| ~24-36 pages |1021 MB

           The Green Lantern Corps is the name of a fictional intergalactic military/police force appearing in comics published by DC Comics, derived from the emotional spectrum.

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Image Comics – Low – Issue 1-10

 Low Comics
English |CBR| ~32 pages |473 MB

          Low is an ongoing American post-apocalyptic science fiction comics series written by Rick Remender and drawn and colored by Greg Tocchini, published since July 2014 by Image Comics.

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IDW Publishing – G.I. Joe Comic Collection – Volume 10

 G.I. Joe Comic Collection
English |CBR| ~24-100 pages |858 MB

       G.I. Joe has been the title of comic strips and comic books in every decade since 1942. As a licensed property by Hasbro, comics have been released from 1967 to present, with only two interruptions longer than a year (1977–1981, 1997–2000). As a team fighting Cobra since 1982, the comic book history of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero has been covered by three separate publishers and four main-title series, all of which have been based on the Hasbro toy line of the same name.

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Fantagraphics Books – Megahex

 Megahex Comics
English |CBR| ~214 pages |257 MB

          Megg is a depressed, drug-addicted witch. Mogg is her black cat. Their friend, Owl, is an anthropomorphized owl. They hang out a lot with Werewolf Jones. This may sound like a pure stoner comedy, but it transcends the genre: these characters struggle unsuccessfully to come to grips with their depression, drug use, sexuality, poverty, lack of work, lack of ambition, and their complex feelings about each other in ways that have made Megg and Mogg sensations on Hanselmann’s Girl Mountain Tumblr.

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DC Comics – DC Major Event Chronology – Volume 12

 Batman No Mans Land Gallery
English |CBR,CBZ| ~24-36 pages |912 MB

        The DC Universe (DCU) is the shared universe where most of the comic stories published by DC Comicstake place. The DC superheroes such as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are from this universe, while it also contains well known supervillains such as Lex Luthor, the Joker and Darkseid.

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