Monthly Archives: January 2015

Dark Horse Comics – Hellboy Comic Collection – Volume 2

 Dark Horse Comics – Hellboy Comic Collection
English |CBR,CBZ| ~32 pages |948 MB

       Hellboy is a fictional character created by writer-artist Mike Mignola. The character first appeared in San Diego Comic-Con Comics #2 (Aug. 1993), and has since appeared in various eponymous miniseries, one-shots and intercompany crossovers.

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Oni Press – Ciudad – Issue 1-5

 Ciudad #1
English |CBR| ~26 pages |229 MB

         She was kidnapped and taken to the worst place on earth. He was hired to get her out. Now, they’re both trapped in a city that wants them both dead, and their hopes of getting out are fading fast. From the bloodthirsty criminals, to the corrupt police, to the kid hiding a Glock under his sweatshirt on the corner, everyone wants Tyler Rake and Eva Roche dead.

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DC Comics – Scribblenauts Unmasked

  Scribblenauts Unmasked - A Crisis of Imagination #1
English |CBR| ~24 pages |487 MB

            When a mysterious evil emerges in the DC Universe, the Phantom Stranger recruits Maxwell and Lily for an all-new adventure! But what kind of force can threaten an entire world? And how can anyone hope to stop it? It’s up to the Scribblenauts gang to join forces with the Justice League and solve this new puzzle together!

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Image Comics – Cowboy Ninja Viking Deluxe Edition

 Cowboy Ninja Viking Deluxe Edition
English | CBR| ~302pages |422 MB

       Cowboy Ninja Viking is an Image Comics comic book created by writer A.J. Lieberman and artist Riley Rossmo. The series debuted in 2009, released through Image Comics’ partner studio Shadowline.

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Image Comics – Hoax Hunters Comic Collection

 Hoax Hunters
English | CBR| ~32 pages |589 MB

          ‘GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER’ Cryptids. Aliens. Monsters. All the world’s bizarre secrets – what if they were real? Their existence would be debunked by a reality TV show! Hoax Hunters is that show, publicly disproving all variety of lore. But their real goal is the opposite: as the world’s dark corners surface, the Hoax Hunters cover them up. When a mysterious astronaut made of crows appears in Russia, the Hoax Hunters are on the case.

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Abstract Studio – Rachel Rising – Issue 1-30

 Rachel Rising
English |CBR| ~24 pages |698 MB

        Rachel wakes up at sunrise on a shallow grave in the woods and discovers the freshly murdered body in the dirt is her own. With events of the previous night a blur, Rachel seeks out her boyfriend Phillip.

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Valiant Comics – Armor Hunters Comic Collection

 Armor Hunters 001 (2014)
   English | CBR| ~24-40 pages |632 MB

          When Aric of Dacia returned to Earth with the stolen X-O Manowar armor of an alien race, he thought he finally found a weapon to guard the peace and kingdom he’d struggled so long to secure. But now, a relentless and surgical strike team from the farthest reaches of space – sworn to exterminate the armor and all like it – have found their final target. The Armor Hunters are coming. They will hunt. They will trap. They will kill. And they will rid the universe of the X-O Manowar’s incalculable destructive power…even if it means taking the Earth with it.

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Dell Comics – Bugs Bunny Comic Collection – Volume 5

 Comics For Children Bugs Bunny Comic Collection Dell Giant #32
English |CBR| ~36-54 pages |855 MB

         Comic book adventures of the famous Warner Bros. cartoon character Bugs Bunny. Bugs is an anthropomorphic gray hare or rabbit who is famous for his flippant, insouciant personality, a pronounced New York accent, his portrayal as a trickster, and his catch phrase “Eh… What’s up, doc?”, usually said while chewing a carrot.

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EC Comics – Mad Magazine – Issue 456-480

 Free Download Mad Magazine 479
English | CBR| 54 pages | ~772 MB

         Mad is an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. Launched as a comic book before it became a magazine, it was widely imitated and influential, impacting not only satirical media but the cultural landscape of the 20th century, with editor Al Feldstein increasing readership to more than two million during its 1970s circulation peak.

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