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Humanoids Publishing – Lou Cale – Volume 1-5

 Lou Cale - The Broken Doll v1
English |CBR| ~52 pages |434 MB

             This pulpy crime saga follows photojournalist Lou Cale from the Big Apple’s roughest haunts to the plains of rural America. 1940s’ New York. Flashes go off around the city as bodies pile up and local papers battle to feed the public’s demand for sensationalism. The one and only Lou Cale is one of these notorious shutterbugs, but Lou also keeps his ear to the ground, often picking up on crime scene details that go unseen by the authorities, and which lead him into his own dogged investigations. From mysterious suicides, scalped corpses and stolen Oriental treasures, to racist hangings and mob assassinations, tough nut Lou fights his way through a bevy of beauties and a whole bunch of crooks, to get to the truth.

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Dark Horse Comics – MIND MGMT – Issue 21-30

 MIND MGMT Comics
English |CBR| ~28 pages |425 MB

                 The story is about Meru, a true crime writer who searches for the truth behind a mysterious airline flight and discovers a secret government agency of super spies, espionage, and psychic abilities. Henry Lyme, the former top agent, has gone rogue and is working to dismantle the organization.

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Dark Horse Comics – MIND MGMT – Issue 0-20

 Mind MGMT Dark Horse Comic
English |CBR| ~28 pages |766 MB

        The story is about Meru, a true crime writer who searches for the truth behind a mysterious airline flight and discovers a secret government agency of super spies, espionage, and psychic abilities. Henry Lyme, the former top agent, has gone rogue and is working to dismantle the organization.

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Radical Publishing – The Last Days of American Crime

 The Last Days of American Crime
English |CBR| ~184 pages |374 MB

        A team of three thieves have a week to steal the biggest payout of their careers before the American government broadcasts a signal that makes it impossible to do anything illegal…

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Moonstone – The Phantom Comic Collection

 Phantom - Ghost Who Walks
English | CBR| ~32 pages |855 MB

          The main character, the Phantom, is a fictional costumed crime-fighter who operates from the fictional African country of Bangalla. The character has been adapted for television, film and video games.

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Image Comics – Blue Estate – Volume 1-3

 Blue Estate Image Comics
English |CBR| ~140 pages |500 MB

          It all starts with a low-rent private eye trying (and failing) to escape the long shadow of his respected cop father. But a chance encounter with a B-list action star on the mean streets of Hollywood drags the wannabe gumshoe into a world of strippers, mobsters…and the wildest (and only!) case of his career! See who lives, who dies, and who gets the Tiger Blood knocked outta them in the first four issues of the fast, funny smash-hit new crime series from Image Comics!

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Image Comics – Southern Bastards – Issue 1-8

 Southern Bastards
English |CBR| ~32 pages |469 MB

              Welcome to Craw County, Alabama, home of Boss BBQ, the state champion Runnin’ Rebs football team…and more bastards than you’ve ever seen. When you’re an angry old man like Earl Tubb, the only way to survive a place like this…is to carry a really big stick. From the acclaimed team of JASON AARON and JASON LATOUR, the same bastards who brought you Scalped and Wolverine: Japan’s Most Wanted, comes a southern fried crime series that’s like the Dukes of Hazzard meets the Coen Brothers…on meth.

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Marvel Comics – Dexter – Issue 1-5

 Dexter Comics
English | CBR| ~24 pages |120 MB

       Dexter is a five-issue limited series comic book written by Jeff Lindsay, painted by Dalibor Talajic and published by Marvel Comics in 2013. It is based on the popular Dexter novels written by Jeff Lindsay.

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2000 AD – Judge Dredd – Issue 1045-1140

 2000ad Comic
English |CBR| ~6-64 pages |885 MB

           Judge Joseph Dredd is a fictional character whose comic strip in the British science fiction anthology 2000 AD is the magazine’s longest running, having been featured there since its second issue in 1977. Dredd is an American law enforcement officer in a violent city of the future where uniformed Judges are empowered to arrest, sentence, and execute criminals at the scene of crime.

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