Enemy Ace: War in Heaven Complete

Enemy Ace: War in Heaven Complete (2-Part Graphic Novel)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 9, 2009
Enemy Ace: War in Heaven Complete (2-Part Graphic Novel)

Enemy Ace: War in Heaven Complete (2-Part Graphic Novel)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | June 2001 Edition | 31.7 MB Total

(2001), with art by Chris Weston and Russ Heath, is graphic novel published as a 2-part serial in June 2001. Also released as a softcover trade paperback (TPB), it revives the first American fictional comic book character whose story is told from the enemy point of view, Germany's best fighter pilot of World War I, Rittmeister Hans Von Hammer, a.k.a. "The Hammer of Hell." This graphic novel recounts the pilot's activities during World War II where he is persuaded to once again fight as a pilot of the Luftwaffe. Here Von Hammer's character and story arc is based on several real-life German pilots', notably Adolf Galland. Garth Ennis had the difficult task of writing what was essentially a sequel, in a different time period, and he succeeds. He was able to break free of the stereotyping mindset of the pop-culture media--including comics--and presents Enemy Ace as a paradox: Von Hammer is still a German who kills Americans and America's allies. Yet, readers can admire Von Hammer for his courage and remarkable abilities.

The Punisher MAX #1-60 (Garth Ennis Run) Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 12, 2010
The Punisher MAX #1-60 (Garth Ennis Run) Complete

The Punisher MAX #1-60 (Garth Ennis Run) Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR/CBZ | Marvel Comics | Mar 2004 - Oct 2008 | 689.2 MB Total

Once in a while, a writer comes along to a comic book title and then proceeds to make it his own, in the process redefining the principal character and its players, oftentimes elevating the title far beyond the boundaries of the medium. That's what Frank Miller did with and . To a lesser extent, that's what Garth Ennis did with the . It was during his stint with the title published by Marvel's MAX imprint that the definitive characteristics and persona of Frank Castle, aka The Punisher, were realized and it was specifically during his sixty-issue Volume 6 run that the iconic features and mythos of the Punisher were firmly set. When Garth Ennis left after issue #60, and after a veritable carousel of creative teams, Marvel has yet to find that essence that distinguished Garth Ennis and artist Laurence Campbell. Here are all sixty issues, complete, for your enjoyment.

Herogasm #1-6 (Of 6) Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 9, 2009
Herogasm #1-6 (Of 6) Complete

Herogasm #1-6 (Of 6) Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 6 CBR | Dynamite Entertainment | May 20 - Nov 4 2009 | 84.6 MB Total

Garth Ennis really goes over the top with this six-issue limited spin-off of his hit series . At first glance, it dangerously treads the line of pornography. Yet reading the first two issues further reveals several layers and sub-texts: it is not just a raunchy satire of the comics crossover and the comics industry's obssession with it; it also holds a mirror to us comic book readers for drooling and getting off on such events with masturbatory delight. The stylized, cartoonish art by McCrea and Burns is never more apt here, to distance the viewer and at the same time to piledrive the idea how utterly freaky the sex would be if superheroes ever have the chance to go at it. Yet it is never just about the sex alone. If you can get the pun on the name Isla McFarlane, then you can see how much of a metaphor Herogasm is for comics of today. Even for a Garth Ennis work, graphic and sexually explicit language and content. For mature readers only... What I've written above I guess would hold true for the first four--or even five issues. I really thought this series would end with a bang, but instead, it's more of a bluster. Is this still part of Ennis' joke, I wonder...

The Second War in Heaven: As Now Being Waged by Lucifer Through Hitler as a Dummy  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Oct. 25, 2016
The Second War in Heaven: As Now Being Waged by Lucifer Through Hitler as a Dummy

N. L. Nelson, "The Second War in Heaven: As Now Being Waged by Lucifer Through Hitler as a Dummy"
1941 | ASIN: B0011AEA7C | 296 pages | PDF | 11 MB

War in Heaven: The Case for a Solar System War  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by free4magazines at Sept. 21, 2014
War in Heaven: The Case for a Solar System War

War in Heaven: The Case for a Solar System War
Language: English | EPUB / MOBI | ISBN-10: 1892264021 | 1998 | 145 pages | 1 MB / 1 MB

After studying over 300 translations of the Ancient Mesopotamian and Vedic Scriptures, C. L. Turnage has uncovered incredible evidence of real-life "Star Wars" which will continue during our life time. War In Heaven is a must read for anyone concerned with an alternative historical picture of humankind''s ancient history and possible future according to ancient texts. This second book in a series of two (The Holy Bible Is An Extraterrestrial Transmission) presents a variety of evidence that there may have been a frightening solar system war about 2,000 years ago.

Gavin G. Smith - War In Heaven  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at Sept. 19, 2011
Gavin G. Smith - War In Heaven

Gavin G. Smith - War In Heaven
Publisher: Gollancz | ISBN: 0575094702 | September 15, 2011 | EPUB/MOBI | 528 pages | 773 KB/1 MB

The high-powered sequel to VETERAN sees an unlikely hero make an even more unlikely return to take the reader back into a vividly rendered bleak future. But a bleak future where there are still wonders: man travelling out into the universe, Bladerunneresque cities hanging from the ceilings of vast caverns, aliens that we can barely comprehend. Gavin Smith writes fast-moving, incredibly violent SF thrillers but behind the violence and the thrills lies a carefully thought out story and characters who have far more to them than first meets the eye.

The Boys #1-49 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 4, 2010
The Boys #1-49 (Ongoing, Update)

The Boys #1-49 (Ongoing, Update)
31 CBR's 18 CBZ's | Dynamite Entertainment | Release Dates Aug 16 2006 - Dec 2 2010 | 751.77 MB Total

is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson, set in a contemporary world very much similar to the real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them. The first six issues were published by Wildstorm, starting in 2006. On January 24, 2007, the series was abruptly canceled with issue 6. DC (of which Wildstorm is an imprint) was allegedly uneasy with the anti-superhero tone of the work. In February 2007 the series was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment and it resumed in May of that year. The current issue #49 which is part of the arc entitled "Proper Preparation and Planning", is setting up a change within the Boys and their opposing group known as the Seven definitely leading to a fateful confrontation in the upcoming landmark issue #50. Typical of Ennis' work, violent and explicit yet with subtexts of his opinions on just about anything, from comic books to fanboys' preoccupation with them. In other words, terrific. Mature Readers only. HQ Minutemen scans from issue #36 to the current issue #49.

The Boys #1-45 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 25, 2010
The Boys #1-45 (Ongoing, Update)

The Boys #1-45 (Ongoing, Update)
Eng | Filesonic & Hotfile | 31 CBR & 14 CBZ | Wildstorm (DC) / Dynamite Entertainment | Aug 16 2006 - Aug 4 2010 | 678.6 MB Total

is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson, set in a contemporary world very much similar to the real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them. The first six issues were published by Wildstorm, starting in 2006. On January 24, 2007, the series was abruptly canceled with issue 6. DC (of which Wildstorm is an imprint) was allegedly uneasy with the anti-superhero tone of the work. In February 2007 the series was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment and it resumed in May of that year. Issue #45 is part two of the story arc entitled "Believe." Typical of Ennis' work, violent and explicit yet with subtexts of his opinions on just about anything, from comic books to fanboys' preoccupation with them. In other words, terrific. Mature Readers only.

The Pro #1 (One-Shot)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 20, 2009
The Pro #1 (One-Shot)

The Pro #1 (One-Shot)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Image Comics | July 2002 | 56 Pages | 21.1 MB

was a one-shot comic book written by Garth Ennis, with pencils and lettering by Amanda Conner and inks by Jimmy Palmiotti. It was originally published by Image Comics in 2002. A parody of mainstream superhero comics, it details the brief career of a prostitute given superhuman powers by the Viewer (himself a voyeuristic, perverted parody of Uatu the Watcher from the Marvel Comics universe) she reluctantly joins the League of Honor, comprising of: The Saint (a Superman parody); The Knight (a Batman parody); The Squire (a Robin parody); The Lady (a Wonder Woman parody); The Lime (a Green Lantern parody); and Speedo (a Flash parody). Together they fight an array of lackluster villains such as The Noun and The Adverb, until her coarse language and actions, violence, bloody retributions, and her giving The Saint a blowjob result in her being expelled from the League. She rejoins them to fight a terrorist attack, flying into space holding a nuclear bomb facing certain death (more in an effort to save the life of her young child than anyone elses in the vicinity). --
This was the original first printing run, so the related 8 page story entitled "The Pro Vs. The Ho" usually found in the later prestige formats and trade paperbacks, in which the Pro squares off with a 12-armed prostitute, is not included. As with any Garth Ennis work, graphic with explicit language--yet i found it hilarious. For .

Enemy Ace: War Idyll (Graphic Novel)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 9, 2009
Enemy Ace: War Idyll (Graphic Novel)

Enemy Ace: War Idyll (Graphic Novel)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | 1990 Edition | 104 Pages | 44.9 MB

is DC Comics property about the adventures of a skilled but troubled German flying ace in World War I and World War II, Hans von Hammer. The character first appeared in (February 1965) in a backup story that quickly gained popularity. As a World War I pilot flying for the Germans, his stories are told from their side of the war, in which Hans von Hammer was a man of honor and chivalry, a flying knight in his Fokker Dr.I, but he was haunted by his duties and the constant death surrounding them. Created by Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert, the Enemy Ace was taken loosely from the real-life Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen, and was the first U.S. comic book using the enemy's point of view to look at war...