Belgian Comic

Berlitz: Brussels Pocket Guide, 7th edition  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Sept. 23, 2015
Berlitz: Brussels Pocket Guide, 7th edition

Berlitz: Brussels Pocket Guide, 7th edition (Berlitz Pocket Guides) by Berlitz
English | 2015 | ISBN: 178004108X | 144 pages | EPUB | 27,2 MB

Berlitz: Stockholm Pocket Guide, 8th edition (Berlitz Pocket Guides)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Sept. 23, 2015
Berlitz: Stockholm Pocket Guide, 8th edition (Berlitz Pocket Guides)

Berlitz: Stockholm Pocket Guide, 8th edition (Berlitz Pocket Guides) by Berlitz
English | 2014 | ISBN: 178004156X | 144 pages | EPUB | 36,8 MB

Thorgal 1-10  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Oct. 26, 2012
Thorgal 1-10

Thorgal 1-10
English | CBR | 10 Issues | 613.96 MB

Thorgal is a critically acclaimed Belgian comic book series by the Belgian writer Jean Van Hamme and the Polish graphic artist Grzegorz Rosiński. It first appeared in serial form in the "Tintin" magazine in 1977, and has been published in hardcover volumes by Le Lombard from 1980 on. Translations exist in English, Dutch, German, Italian, Polish, Czech, Danish, Finnish (in the Finnish "The Phantom" comic), Swedish (in the Swedish "The Phantom" comic), Norwegian (in the Norwegian "The Phantom" comic), Turkish, Greek and other languages. In 2002, a new story was invented for a point-and-click adventure game, titled Thorgal: Curse of Atlantis, that was released for Windows by Cryo Interactive Entertainment.

Jessica Blandy Vol.1 - Vol.6  Comics

Posted by Coda at Oct. 25, 2011
Jessica Blandy Vol.1 - Vol.6

Jessica Blandy Vol.1 - Vol.6
CBR/RAR | Spanish | 6 Vol. | 106 MB Total

Jessica Blandy is an ongoing Belgian comic book series, started in 1987 by Belgian artists Renaud and Jean Dufaux. It is published by the Belgian Dupuis comic book publishing house. It follows the adventures of the eponymous heroine Jessica Blandy, a blonde femme fatale from California who works as a journalist. She is haunted by a traumatic past, which has made her an alcoholic.
The Adventures Of Tintin / Les Aventures De Tintin - Full Comic Book Collection (1929 - 2004)

The Adventures Of Tintin / Les Aventures De Tintin - Full Comic Book Collection (1929 - 2004)
English: 24 original Hergé comic strips + 6 bonuses | PDF | Scans | 418 MB
Français: 24 bandes dessinées d'Hergé | PDF | Scans | 415 MB
Publishers: Casterman, Le Lombard, Methuen Publishing
Genre: Action | Adventure

The Adventures Of Tintin (Les Aventures De Tintin) is a series of comic strips created by the Belgian artist Georges Rémi (1907–1983), who wrote under the pen name of Hergé. The series is one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century, with translations published in more than 80 languages and more than 350 million copies of the books sold to date.

Alone T04: Red Cairns  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 29, 2010
Alone T04: Red Cairns

Alone T04: Red Cairns
Fabien Vehlmann & Bruno Gazzotti | Dupuis (Belgiium) | CBR (1496 px) | ISBN 2800144130 | Pub Jun 5 2009 | 50 Pages | 39.28 MB
+ Alone T01-T03 Complete

(original title , literally "only" in English) is a comic book series published by the Belgian comic book and magazine publisher Dupuis written by Fabien Vehlmann with art by Bruno Gazzotti. It is a story about a group of five children who are the survivors of a mysterious incident where all others in their city seem to have disappeared. Since this is originally a Belgian comic and has not yet been published in English, it is what is known as a "scanlation", a portmanteau of "scan" and "translation." Scanlation refers to the scanning, translation and editing of comics from a foreign language into another, usually English. As indicated in the individual comic cbr's, the "scanlators" are the Dragonz Team of DarthScanner (of Minutemen fame) and choky27. DarthScanner is the translator while choky27 is the leterrer or re-texter and proofreader. The scanner is unknown, though. Apparently DarthScanner is himself the original uploader so my gratitude and all credits to him and the Dragonz team. The translation, although not perfect, is better than most and the story itself is most interesting and worth reading. The first volume, "Left Behind" won the Youth Award for 9-12 years during the 34th Comics Festival of Angoulême, France (the largest comics festival in Europe) in 2007.

Alone T01-T03  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 26, 2010
Alone T01-T03

Alone T01-T03
3 CBR's in RAR | Dupuis (Belgium) | Apr 2006 - Apr 2008 | 104.93 MB Total

(original title , literally "only" in English) is a comic book series published by the Belgian comic book and magazine publisher Dupuis written by Fabien Vehlmann with art by Bruno Gazzotti. It is a story about a group of five children who are the survivors of a mysterious incident where all others in their city seem to have disappeared. Since this is originally a Belgian comic and has not yet been published in English, it is what is known as a "scanlation", a portmanteau of "scan" and "translation." Scanlation refers to the scanning, translation and editing of comics from a foreign language into another, usually English. As indicated in the individual comic cbr's, the "scanlators" are the Dragonz Team of DarthScanner (of Minutemen fame) and choky27. DarthScanner is the translator while choky27 is the leterrer and proofreader. The scanner is unknown, though. Apparently DarthScanner is himself the original uploader so my gratitude and all credits to him and the Dragonz team. The translation, although not perfect, is better than most and the story itself is most interesting and worth reading. The first volume, "Left Behind" won the Youth Award for 9-12 years during the 34th Comics Festival of Angoulême, France (the largest comics festival in Europe) in 2007.

Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 27, 2009
Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)
Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)

Largo Winch Graphic Novels Vol. #1-4 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 4 CBR | Dupuis/Cinebook LTD | June 25 2008 - Oct 25 2009 | 286 MB Total

is a Belgian comic book series by Philippe Francq and Jean Van Hamme, published by Dupuis. Largo Winch started as a series of novels by Jean Van Hamme in the late 1970's, but stopped due to a lack of success and the huge amount of work Van Hamme had in the meantime with his comic books (e.g. ). When Francq wanted to start a series with Van Hamme, he revived his old hero, and reworked the novels into the first albums of the comic series. Later, new stories followed. The albums are more or less based on the same basic plot: someone is trying to harm Largo's company or to take control of it from him, and he has to fight that someone to ensure the survival of his holdings. All the stories of the series are published in two volumes, the first one being the one putting Largo in an impossible situation, and the second one letting him get out of it. In addition, both volumes share the same background color on the cover. The stories appear originally in French (among the most popular, in fact), and Cinebook has translated Largo Winch into English and has released them in single-issue books of 2 stories at a time. Graphic and explicit. Mature Readers.
Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy: The Ultimate Reference for Comic Book Artists (repost)

Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy: The Ultimate Reference for Comic Book Artists by Christopher Hart
English | 2004 | ISBN: 0823023982 | 144 pages | PDF | 72,7 MB

Action Comic - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)  Graphics

Posted by angus77 at May 25, 2017
Action Comic - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)

Action Comic - Project for After Effects (VideoHive)
CS5, CS6, CC | 1920x1080 | AEP | 1.01 GB