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2000 AD – Judge Dredd – Issue 1141-1249

 2000AD Comics
English |CBR| ~6-64 pages |902 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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Image Comics – Carbon Grey Comic Collection

 Carbon Grey - Mothers of the Revolution
English |CBR| ~24-110 pages |687 MB

         Carbon Grey is a comic book mini-series created by artist Hoang Nguyen (Punisher: War Zone, Alien Legion), and published by Image Comics. Set against the backdrop of a great war the series follows twin sisters Mathilde and Giselle Grey, members of a noble family dedicated to protecting the Kaiser of Mitteleuropa, as they struggle to reconcile duty with their own beliefs and ambitions. When the Kaiser is killed a vast conspiracy is uncovered, centered on a prophecy made long ago by Gottfaust, father to the Greys and hero of Mitteleuropa, that the 13th sister – the Carbon Grey – will one day spark a revolution.

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Dynamite Entertainment – Legenderry A Steampunk Adventure Comic Collection

 Legenderry A Steampunk Adventure
English |CBR| ~36  pages |792 MB

          We start in the Big City, protected by Vampirella and the Green Hornet. A scarlet clad woman of mystery rushes into a bar, pursued by a team of assassins. The terror that breaks loose there and then will eventually lead (in the issues that follow) to The Phantom’s Jungle, Flash Gordon’s space age town of Landing, battles in the sky with Captain Victory, and so much more, until finally, we arrive in the Monstrous Lands, protected by… well, nobody.

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Vertigo Comic Collection – Volume 8

 Vertigo Comic Collection – Volume 8
English |CBR,CBZ| ~30 pages |946 MB

        Vertigo is an imprint of the American comic-book publisher DC Comics. It was originally created to do stories that could not meet the stringent guidelines of the Comics Code Authority and this allowed their comics to be more edgy, provocative and subversive than their main imprint of titles.

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Wildstorm Productions – Victorian Undead

vicundead01-00-                                                       English |CBR| ~24 pages |227 MB
                
            Victorian Undead
is a American comic book limited series published by Wildstorm. The series was written by Ian Edginton, with art by Davide Fabbri. The story sets in Victorian England and follows Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in the midst of a zombie outbreak. It was followed by Victorian Undead II: Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula. which sees Holmes and Watson helping to track down the title character before he kill the Queen of England.

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Wildstorm Comics – Steampunk – Issue 1-12 (include special)

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                                                          English | CBR| ~24 pages |176 MB
          Steampunk was a steampunk/fantasypunk comic book series by artist Chris Bachalo and writer Joe Kelly, published by Wildstorm Comics’ Cliffhanger imprint. The series debuted in 2000 and ran for 12 issues, a prologue and a preview comic called Steampunk Catechism.

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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Comics

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen  English |CBR| ~36 pages |253 MB

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is a comic book series written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Kevin O’Neill, publication of which began in 1999. The series spans two six-issue limited series and a graphic novel from the America’s Best Comics imprint of Wildstorm/DC, and a third miniseries published by Top Shelf and Knockabout Comics. According to Moore, the concept behind the series was initially a "Justice League of Victorian England" but quickly grew into an opportunity to merge several works of fiction into one world.

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