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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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IDW Publishing – Wynonna Earp Comic Collection

 Wynonna Earp
English | CBR,CBZ| ~32 pages |442 MB

           Wynonna is a present-day descendant of the famous lawman Wyatt Earp, and she’s the top special agent for a special unit known within the US Marshals as The Monster Squad. She battles such supernatural threats as Bobo Del Rey and his redneck, trailer-trash vampires that are pushing a new killer designer drug called "Hemo", and the Egyptian Mafia’s mummy hitman, Raduk, Eater Of The Dead, who’s out to do in all the other crime bosses. In her subsequent adventures she finished some outstanding Earp family business while dealing with Hillbilly Gremlins, and Zombie Mailmen alongside her fellow Marshalls.

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IDW Publishing – G.I. Joe Comic Collection – Volume 9

 IDW Publishing – G.I. Joe Comic Collection
English |CBR| ~24-46 pages |986 MB

          G.I. Joe has been the title of comic strips and comic books in every decade since 1942.

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A Nightmare on Elm Street – Comic Collection

 A Nightmare on Elm Street
English |CBR,CBZ,PDF| ~24-40 pages |676 MB

             The popularity of the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series has led to several comic book series published by Marvel Comics, Innovation Publishing, Trident Comics, Avatar Press and WildStorm Productions.

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IDW Publishing – G.I. Joe Comic Collection – Volume 8

 Future Noir
English |CBR| ~24-46 pages |986 MB

         G.I. Joe has been the title of comic strips and comic books in every decade since 1942.

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IDW Publishing – G.I. Joe Comic Collection – Volume 7

 GI Joe Origins
English |CBR| ~24-46 pages |1016 MB

             After Devil’s Due lost the G.I. Joe comics license in January 2008, the license was given to IDW Publishing, which was officially announced on May 29, 2008. IDW’s G.I. Joe series is a complete reboot of the property, ignoring the continuity from the Marvel and Devil’s Due incarnations of the comic.

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IDW Publishing – The Maxx: Maxximized – Issue 1-21

 The Maxx - Maxximized Download
English |CBR| ~28  pages |811MB

          Sam Kieth’s own quirky brand of brilliance has been wowing fans and inspiring cartoonists for more than 25 years. As one of the earliest creators for Image Comics, Kieth created The Maxx – a homeless superhero who lives in a box.   and his social worker friend Julie share adventures in both the real world and in the Outback.

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IDW Publishing – Mystery Society – Issue 1-5 (include Special)

 Mystery Society Comics
English |CBR| ~24  pages | 278 MB

       IDW Publishing, famed horror creator Steve Niles and renowned artist Fiona Staples invite fans to join the Mystery Society. The all-new, five-issue series introduces Nick Hammond and Anastasia Collins, who are the Mystery Society and bring new meaning to "underground cult" status. Each issue features a fun and sexy new adventure for this skullduggery duo, as they stealthily avoid the authorities while righting the wrongs committed in the dark recesses of the world’s underbellies.

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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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