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Batman: A Death In The Family (TPB)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 14, 2010
Batman: A Death In The Family (TPB)

Batman: A Death In The Family (TPB)
Jim Starlin & Jim Aparo | DC Comics | CBR | ISBN 0930289447 | 13th Printing | Dec 1 1995 | 147 Pages (c2c) | 145.39 MB

"A Death in the Family" is a Batman comic book story arc originally published in , from 1988 through 1989, by a creative team composed of Jim Starlin (script), Jim Aparo (pencil), Mike DeCarlo (ink), Adrienne Roy (color), and John Costanza (lettering). DC Comics editors, at the time perceiving that Jason Todd as the second Robin seemed unpopular with fans, came up with the interactive scenario where fans would have the ability to influence the story through voting with a 900 number. Suffice it to say that the publication was accompanied by massive media attention, mostly critical. This controversy, however, is not the only reason why this story is so great. The murder of a very famous fictional superhero resulting in a rare emotional state for Batman that has him treading on a moral gray area marks this as a significant comic book milestone. It's that rare moment when a creative team at the height of their powers mesh together and come up with something truly transcendent. Ranked by Hilary Goldstein of IGN as #15 in his list of the 25 Greatest Batman Graphic Novels of which the top two are Frank Miller's and followed by Alan Moore's A high-quality Hatful-of-Hollow-DCP scan.

La leyenda jamás contada de Batman #1-3  Comics

Posted by Coda at April 24, 2016
La leyenda jamás contada de Batman #1-3

La leyenda jamás contada de Batman #1-3
DC Cómics, 1980 | CBR/RAR | Spanish | 3 núm. (Completo) | 72.3 MB Total
Guion: Len Wein; Dibujos: John Byrne, Jim Aparo

Batman - Second Chances, 2015-07-15 (#TPB)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 22, 2015
Batman - Second Chances, 2015-07-15 (#TPB)

Batman - Second Chances, 2015-07-15 (#TPB)
English | CBR | 277 pages | 367.80 MB

The Dark Knight. The Boy Wonder. The Dynamic Duo. Together, Batman and Robin have kept the streets of Gotham City safe-while the boy beneath the mask, Dick Grayson, has kept Bruce Wayne from a lonely life of brooding darkness. But when a bullet fired from the Joker's gun nearly clips Robin's wings for good, their partnership is severed, and Batman resumes his war on crime alone. But he's not alone for long.

Batman 3D GN (1990)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 29, 2013
Batman 3D GN (1990)

Batman 3D GN (1990)
English | CBR | 83 pages | 140.66 MB + 80.02 MB (B&W)

Don on your special 3-D glasses (free with this book) and plunge into action you can almost touch. See Batman as you've never seen him before as the Dark Knight takes you deep into a new dimension of excitement. Thrill to the unique power only 3_D comics can convey in: EGO TRIP - Using their own brand of death traps and madness, the joker, the Penguin, Two-Face and the Riddler battle Batman and each other in this first-ever three-dimensional graphic novel especially created by comics favorite John Byrne with 3-D effects by Ray Zane. PIN_UP GALLERY - A 3-D look at highlights in The Dark Knight's history from a superstar line-up of some of today's top comic talents: Arthur Adams, Jim Aparo, Bret Blevins, Al Williams, Jerry Ordway, George Perez, Klaus Janson and more. ROBOT ROBBERS - A rare collector's item from the seldom seen and hard to get Batman 3-D comic that originally appeared in 1953 when 3-D mania first swept the country.

Robin, The Boy Wonder - A Celebration of 75 Years (2015)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 3, 2017
Robin, The Boy Wonder - A Celebration of 75 Years (2015)

Robin, The Boy Wonder - A Celebration of 75 Years (2015)
English | CBR | 473 pages | 634.25 MB

So it has been with Batman and his partner in crime, Robin for seventy-five years. The Boy Wonder’s spunk and color balance against the Caped Crusader’s seriousness and gloom to create a perfect partnership, a Dynamic Duo. Though Batman has always needed a Robin, it hasn’t always been the same Robin. Many different crimefighters have taken up the name and costume, from jovial Dick Grayson to calculating Tim Drake to violent Damian Wayne. Each left his or her mark on the character, and today the Boy Wonder almost as recognizable and beloved as the Dark Knight himself. Collecting stories from Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Carrie Kelley, Tim Drake, Stephanie Brown, Damian Wayne and more, ROBIN THE BOY WONDER: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS compiles the best moments from seven decades of the Dynamic Duo. It includes Robin’s first appearance by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, as well as tales from industry legends Jim Mooney, Sheldon Moldoff, Frank Miller, Chuck Dixon, Jeph Loeb, Marv Wolfman, Geoge Pérez, Jim Aparo, Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert and more.

Neil Gaiman: Leyendas del Universo DC  Comics

Posted by Coda at Aug. 15, 2012
Neil Gaiman: Leyendas del Universo DC

Neil Gaiman: Leyendas del Universo DC
ECC Ediciones, 2012| CBR | Spanish | 194 pages | 113 MB
Guión: Neil Gaiman; Dibujo: Andy Kubert, Eric Shanower, Jim Aparo, Kevin Nowlan, Mark Buckingham, Mike Allred, Simon Bisley, Teddy Kristiansen

Qué invitados acudirán al funeral celebrado por Batman en un oscuro callejón de Gotham City? ¿Acaso ha muerto realmente el Hombre Murciélago? ¿Cómo ocupa sus días un fantasma que no puede acceder al Más Allá? ¿Por qué son necesarias las habilidades de un Hombre Elemental para descifrar los misterios de la Antártida? ¿Y si la relación entre Batman y el Joker no fuese como llevamos décadas imaginándola? ¿Qué fuerza oculta podría condenar a Superman y a Green Lantern a los pozos del infierno?

The Batcave Companion (TPB)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 12, 2010
The Batcave Companion (TPB)

The Batcave Companion (TPB)
Michael Eury & Michael Kronenberg | TwoMorrows Publishing | CBR | ISBN 1893905780 | Apr 15 2009 | 240 Pages (B & W) | 124.66 MB

An examination of the New Look (1964-69) and Bronze Age (1970-79) Batman and Detective Comics. Loaded with a wealth of behind the scenes stories, facts, photos and artwork, this sheds light on even the most obscure Bat-facts. Interviews with Batman artists and editors like Neal Adams, Carmine Infantino and Archie Goodwin discuss the iimpact of the Batman TV show and the long-overdue redesign of the character, from the goofy Bob Kane version, locked into 1950s mentality and, yes, aliens bad-guys. DC put it's finest creative team on the job, straight off beloved runs on Adam Strange and Strange Adventures, to reinvent the Dark Avenger and debut the drop-dead gorgeous BatGirl. Includes exhaustive indexes of Batman's foes and friends as well as an issue-by-issue overview. Introduction by Dennis O'Neil. Guest Essays by Mike W. Barr and Will Murray. --

DC Universe: The Stories Of Alan Moore[9 Comics]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by phil_ga at Nov. 26, 2005
DC Universe: The Stories Of Alan Moore[9 Comics]



Publisher: DC Comics
Release: January 11, 2005
DC Comics took every DCU tale written by Alan Moore and put them in one trade paperback collection, "Across the Universe: The DC Universe Stories of Alan Moore (Paperback)" which features 16stories by the writer. This is a collection of stories Alan Moore wrote for DC in the 1980's before becoming one of the most

Batman and Harley Quinn (2017)  Video

Posted by JohnSmith at Aug. 17, 2017
Batman and Harley Quinn (2017)

Batman and Harley Quinn (2017)
BRRip | AVI / XviD@1628kb/s | 720x400 | 1h 14mn | 1.08 GB | English: AC3, 448 kb/s (6 ch)
Genre: Animation | Action | Adventure | Comedy | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

Batman and Nightwing are forced to team with the Joker's sometimes-girlfriend Harley Quinn to stop a global threat brought about by Poison Ivy and Jason Woodrue, the Floronic Man.

Love Him Madly: An Intimate Memoir of Jim Morrison  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at Aug. 16, 2017
Love Him Madly: An Intimate Memoir of Jim Morrison

Love Him Madly: An Intimate Memoir of Jim Morrison by Judy Huddleston
English | June 1st, 2013 | ASIN: B00CKD9BMI, ISBN: 1613747500 | 242 pages | EPUB | 1.00 MB

Chronicling a young woman’s four-year relationship with the lead singer of the Doors, this intensely intimate memoir provides a direct and unprecedented view of the late-1960s Los Angeles subculture. When Judy Huddleston's parents got divorced, she spent her last year of high school attending concerts.