Monthly Archives: July 2015

Avatar Press – War Stories – Issue 1-7

 War Stories Comic
English |CBR| ~24 pages |272 MB

        Pulling tales from real conflicts throughout modern history, this series is where a master storyteller brings the horrors of war to life in comics. Ennis travels the timeline to pull some of the most harrowing tales of valor and bloodshed from history’s most violent battles with his trademark wit and spot-on dialogue to show the humanity within the inhuman horrors. The first story is Castles in the Sky, a tale of early bomber pilots and their incredibly difficult missions..

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Timely – Atlas Universe Comic Collection – Volume 4

 All True Crime Detective
English |CBR,CBZ| ~24-70 pages |917 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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Marvel Comics – Anita Blake Comic Collection

      Anita Blake - Vampire Hunter - Guilty Pleasures 01 - 00fc
     English |CBR| ~36 pages |983 MB

           Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter is a series of urban fantasy novels, short stories, and comic books by Laurell K. Hamilton. In 2006 Marvel Comics and Dabel Brothers Productions began production on a graphic novel adaptation of the first three books in the series, beginning with Guilty Pleasures. Hamilton worked with Stacie M. Ritchie on the comic scripts, with Brett Booth illustrating the series until 2008.

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Image Comics – Five Weapons – Issue 1-10

 Five Weapons Image Comic
English |CBR| ~32 pages |537 MB

         13-year-old Tyler has a problem. He’s a pacifist enrolled in a school for young assassins. His father is a legendary hitman but, worst of all, he has a secret that can get him killed. Tyler is optimistic because he has a unique weapon that nobody can beat – his razor sharp mind!

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Dynamite Entertainment – Django/Zorro – Issue 1-7

 Django-Zorro - Digital Exclusive Edition
English |CBR| ~36  pages |325 MB

       Featuring a story by Oscar Award-Winning Writer/Director, and Django creator Quentin Tarantino, and award-winning writer/artist/creator Matt Wagner! The official sequel to Django Unchained in the first-ever comic book sequel ever done of a Tarantino film!

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BOOM! Studio – Escape From New York – Issue 1-7

 Escape From New York
English |CBR| ~24 pages |343 MB

          The crime rate in the United States has risen 400 percent. After humiliating the President in front of the world and destroying America’s one chance to end World War III, Snake Plissken has become America’s Most Wanted man in a land of criminals and the insane. Everyone wants Snake dead. Luckily, Snake knows the feeling all too well. War hero. Outlaw. Renegade. Snake’s back!

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Comix Tribe – And Then Emily Was Gone – Issue 1-5

  And Then Emily Was Gone
English |CBR| ~24 pages |157 MB

       Greg Hellinger is a man who sees monsters. A former detective driven to the brink of madness by terrifying apparitions, he is tasked with finding a missing girl named Emily. Hellinger’s search takes him to a remote
community in the Scottish Orkney Islands, where strange and terrifying things are happening. Cover by superstar artist Riley Rossmo (Bedlam, Drumheller.)

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TwoMorrows Publishing – Comic Book Artist Magazine Collection – Volume 2

 TwoMorrows Publishing – Comic Book Artist Magazine Collection – Volume 2
English |CBR| ~52 pages |697 MB

       Comic Book Artist, multi-Eisner Award winner for “Best Comics-Related Magazine”, celebrates the lives and works of great cartoonists, writers and editors from all eras through in-depth interviews, feature articles, and unpublished art.

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IDW Publishing – Edward Scissorhands – Issue 1-9

 Edward Scissorhands Comics
English |CBR| ~30  pages | 348 MB

          The 1990 cult-classic film from auteur Tim Burton, Edward Scissorhands ends with the heroine of the story, an aged Kim being asked by her granddaughter, “How do you know he’s still alive?” to which she answers, “I don’t know. Not for sure. But I believe he is.” In the comic book event of fall 2014, IDW Publishing revisits this modern classic two decades after the end of film to finally answer that question.

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