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Freak Angels 109  Comics

Posted by olyr82 at Sept. 18, 2010
Freak Angels 109

Freak Angels 109
English | 1280 x 2000 | CBR | 3 MB

Freak Angels - Band 4  Comics

Posted by thingska at Oct. 10, 2013
Freak Angels - Band 4

Freak Angels - Band 4
Verlag: Panini Manga und Comic | 2012 | Sprache: Deutsch | 152 Seiten | CBR | ~345 MB
Autoren: Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield

Vor 23 Jahren wurden in England gleichzeitig 12 seltsame Kinder geboren vor sechs Jahren ging dann die Welt unter! Auslöser der Katastrophe waren die FreakAngels mit ihren unglaublichen mentalen Fähigkeiten. Mit denselben Fähigkeiten versuchen sie nun im Londoner Stadtteil Whitechapel, den Überlebenden ein halbwegs normales Leben zu ermöglichen. Doch nun ist der ausgestoßene FreakAngel Mark zurückgekehrt und bringt die postapokalyptische Gemeinschaft sehr ins Grübeln, da er eigentlich tot sein müsste. Aber kann ein FreakAngel überhaupt sterben? Der Blick zurück in die Vergangenheit der FreakAngels! Ein faszinierendes Endzeit-Szenario in Form einer grandiosen Steampunk-Graphic Novel von Warren Ellis & Paul Duffield.

Freak Angels - Band 3  Comics

Posted by thingska at Oct. 8, 2013
Freak Angels - Band 3

Freak Angels - Band 3
Verlag: Panini Manga und Comic | 2011 | Sprache: Deutsch | 144 Seiten | CBR | ~369 MB
Autoren: Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield

Freak Angels - Band 2  Comics

Posted by thingska at Oct. 7, 2013
Freak Angels - Band 2

Freak Angels - Band 2
Verlag: Panini Manga und Comic | 2011 | Sprache: Deutsch | 144 Seiten | CBR | ~215 MB
Autoren: Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield

Freak Angels - Band 1  Comics

Posted by thingska at Oct. 6, 2013
Freak Angels - Band 1

Freak Angels - Band 1
Verlag: Panini Manga und Comic | 2010 | Sprache: Deutsch | 152 Seiten | CBR | ~218 MB
Autoren: Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield

Vor 23 Jahren wurden in England gleichzeitig 12 seltsame Kinder geboren … sechs Jahre später ging die Welt unter! Heute versuchen 11 seltsame 23-Jährige in London für eine kleine Gemeinde Überlebender ein halbwegs normales Leben aufrecht zu erhalten, indem sie ihre übernatürlichen Mental-Kräfte einsetzen, um sie zu beschützen und zu versorgen …
The Black Crowes - Freak' N' Roll... into the Fog (2006) [BDRip 720p]

The Black Crowes - Freak' N' Roll… into the Fog (2006)
BDRip 720p | MKV | 1280x720 (16:9), 8238 Kbps, 29.970 fps | 10.01 GB
Audio: DTS, 6 ch, 755 Kbps, 48,0 KHz, 16 bit; PCM, 2 ch, 1536 Kbps, 48,0 KHz, 16 bit
Hard Rock, Southern Rock | Length: 02:15:00 | Nitroflare/Uploadable

Freak Orlando (1981)  Video

Posted by Rare-1 at Aug. 17, 2017
Freak Orlando (1981)

Freak Orlando (1981)
WEBRip | MKV | 720 x 416 | XviD @ 1502 Kbps | 122 min | 1.45 Gb
Audio: German AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English (.srt)
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy | Germany

As Orlando (Magdalena Montezuma) enters the world of "freaks," the movie develops scenes from a mythological netherworld, the Spanish Inquisition, the Middle Ages, and a few other settings to focus on unusual characters with physical or mental oddities. By the time the various vignettes that take place in these separate periods are completed, each with their own points and counterpoints, the "freaks" seem much less odd than their physically normal contemporaries. After Orlando has revealed much about the human condition through glimpses of a P.T. Barnum side-show, Siamese twins, as well as modern sexual morés, her journey with the viewer is completed. The device of Orlando, the time-traveler and liberated bisexual is based on Virginia Woolf's "Orlando: A Biography." The same set of actors play different roles in each of the five chronological segments. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

Freak 5 Pro Bundle for Daz Studio 4.5  Graphics

Posted by AlenMiler at May 22, 2014
Freak 5 Pro Bundle for Daz Studio 4.5

Freak 5 Pro Bundle for Daz Studio 4.5
Daz/Poser | 3D models | 779 MB

The Freak has returned, and he is bigger and badder than ever before. Striking detail and unparalleled versatility collide to bring you the newest and most stunning Freak thus far.

Ecstasy of the Angels (1972) [Re-UP]  Video

Posted by Someonelse at July 9, 2013
Ecstasy of the Angels (1972) [Re-UP]

Ecstasy of the Angels (1972)
A Film by Koji Wakamatsu
DVD5 Custom | ISO | NTSC 4:3 | Cover| 01:28:56 | 4,34 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 2.0 @ 448 Kbps | Subs: English (added)
Genre: Art-house, Mystery, Pinku

Maverick auteur Koji Wakamatsu once again marries softcore porn with radical politics with this trippy tale about a member of a militant group coming apart at the seams as it plans its latest strike against society. The members of the group, who all go by code names based on the days of the week, labor under the "Autumn" branch of the organization. Following a late-night weapons raid on a U.S. Army base that turns bloody, members of the "Spring" branch attack, torture, and rape Saturday (Rie Yokoyama) and Friday, demanding the weapons cache. This betrayal echoes throughout the group, turning friend against friend, as one and all descend into paranoia and sexual decadence. Some go crazy, as others grow ever more revolutionary. Evidentially, a splinter group unleashes a wave of bomb attacks upon the unsuspecting bourgeois of Tokyo.
Frank Zappa - The MOFO (The Making Of Freak Out!) - Project/Object (1966) [4CD+2CD] {2006 Zappa Records}

Frank Zappa - The MOFO (The Making Of Freak Out!) - Project/Object (1966) [4CD+2CD] {2006 Zappa Records}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 1.14 Gb + 568 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 574 Mb + 274 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (PNG) -> 70 Mb + 191 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2006 Zappa Records / The Zappa Family Trust / Munchkin Music | ZR 20004 + ZR 20005
Rock / Experimental Rock

A deluxe 4cd set and a 2cd set. The annoying thing is that the 2cd set has a few songs that arent on the mega 4 disc version, so if you're a completist, you will need both and you end up with a lot of duplicate material. That is my only real problem with mofo, pretty much everything else about this box is fantastic. For me, the best part is the beautiul remaster of the original 1966 Stereo mix of "Freak Out!". The Freak Out cd that frank released in the 80's and is currently in print through rykodisc was a re-mix which sounds pretty good, but this original mix is much warmer and full of life. There is no contest as which mix I prefer, the original 1966 version is far superior in my opinion. The rest of the sets contains various alternate mixes, backing tracks, interviews, studio improvisations (all lead by Frank) and some early live recordings. There is one bonafide outtake "Groupie Bang Bang" which is as good as anything elese on the album. A great Bo Diddley type rhythm with hilarious lyrics (sung by Ray Collins) about, you guessed it, a groupie!