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Erotic Comics: A Graphic History, Volume 2: From the 1970s to the Present Day (Repost)

Erotic Comics: A Graphic History, Volume 2: From the 1970s to the Present Day By Tim Pilcher, Alan Moore
2011 | 192 Pages | ISBN: 1907579699 | EPUB + MOBI | 39 MB + 44 MB

Erotic Comics: A Graphic History, Volume 2: From the 1970s to the Present Day  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by advisors at May 4, 2014
Erotic Comics: A Graphic History, Volume 2: From the 1970s to the Present Day

Erotic Comics: A Graphic History, Volume 2: From the 1970s to the Present Day By Tim Pilcher, Alan Moore
2011 | 192 Pages | ISBN: 1907579699 | EPUB + MOBI | 39 MB + 44 MB

Marvel's Ultimate Comics Collection  Comics

Posted by angus77 at April 11, 2014
Marvel's Ultimate Comics Collection

Marvel's Ultimate Comics Collection
English | CBR | Large Comics Collection | 7.3 GB

Ultimate Comics Avengers #1-4 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 17, 2010
Ultimate Comics Avengers #1-4 (Ongoing) Update

Ultimate Comics Avengers #1-4 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 4 CBR | Marvel Comics | Aug 12 - Nov 25 2009 | 116.6 MB Total

It's the Ultimate Avengers rebooted as , with original writer Mark Millar and artist Carlos Pacheco on board. After the cataclysm things in the Ultimate Universe are again shaking up. Let's keep our fingers crossed. By the way issue #5 isn't due until March! Minutemen scans save for issue #4 which consists of high-quality extra-large page scans.

Action Comics #885 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 5, 2010
Action Comics #885 (Ongoing)

Action Comics #885 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Jan 13 2010 | 29 Pages | 23.8 MB
+ Codename: Patriot/World Against Superman Crossover Story Arcs Compilation Current and Complete

is an American comic book series which introduced Superman, the first major superhero character as the term is popularly defined. The publisher was originally known as Detective Comics, Inc., and later as National Comics and as National Periodical Publications, before taking on its current name of DC Comics, a subsidiary of Time Warner. With 885 issues to date, it is the second-highest-number American comic book series, after Dell Comics' , although Detective Comics, also of DC and also still in publication, is the older title. Detective Comics however is the longest continuously published comic book in the United States. Action comics is second. More recently the title has been part of several interweaving and consecutive multi-title crossover story arcs, the current one being "World Against Superman." After Superman left Earth at the conclusion of the earlier "New Krypton" story arc, he is replaced by the new Nightwing and Flamebird as the starring characters of the series. Also since July 2009, Action Comics includes back-up stories featuring Captain Atom, now on its part 7.

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1-5 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 15, 2009
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1-5 (Ongoing) Update

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1-5 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 5 CBR | Marvel Comics | Aug 12 - Dec 3 2009 | 144.4 MB Total

After the inter-title, crossover event, Marvel Comics' entire imprint has been relaunched under the "Ultimate Comics" brand; in my (posted in Avaxhome by yours truly), is this brand's very first title to be released. With Eisner Award-winner Brian Michael Bendis on board to set the tone and guide the title to newer and bolder directions, apparently all the recent efforts have come to fruition. There's more balance in the presentation and portrayal of Peter Parker's dichotomous life, the characters are more believable and cast interaction is livelier than ever. As with other current Spider-Man titles, notably Web of Spider-Man, there's genuine added depth to the villains, unlike before where they are at most two-dimensional gloating punching bags for Spidey. An interesting and strong series.

Adventure Comics #5 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 10, 2009
Adventure Comics #5 (Ongoing)

Adventure Comics #5 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Dec 9 2009 | 31 Pages | 25 MB
+ Adventure Comics Issues #0-4

is a comic book series published by DC Comics from 1935 to 1983. It ran for 503 issues (471 of those after the title changed to ), making it the fifth-longest-running DC series, behind , , and . It was revived in 2009 by writer Geoff Johns with the Conner Kent incarnation of Superboy headlining the title's main feature, and the Legion of Super-Heroes in the back-up story. The first issue of the new run of Adventure Comics was released on August 12, 2009, and features watermarked numbering marking it as both #1 and #504, thus continuing the original numeration of the series concurrently with the volume 2 numeration. The indicia of the comic book also reflects this dual numbering. Prior to that, in February 2009 DC released Issue #0 which reprinted the first Superboy and the first Legion of Superheroes stories and included the Geoff Johns-written "Origins and Omens" story. That preview issue completely threw off an uptight reviewer at IGN who it seemed couldn't care less about the classic Silver Age reprints and who thought it was related to the Superman issue current at the time and the then upcoming Blackest Night event. That just goes to show how little "reviewers" sometimes know, for this title has now hordes of fans and an award as well.

Adventure Comics #0-4 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 20, 2009
Adventure Comics #0-4 (Ongoing) Update

Adventure Comics #0-4 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 5 CBR | DC Comics | Feb 4 - Nov 18 2009 | 104.4 MB Total

Adventure Comics is a comic book series published by DC Comics from 1935 to 1983. It ran for 503 issues (471 of those after the title changed to Adventure Comics), making it the fifth-longest-running DC series, behind Detective Comics, Action Comics, Superman and Batman. It was revived in 2009 by writer Geoff Johns with the Conner Kent incarnation of Superboy headlining the title's main feature, and the Legion of Super-Heroes in the back-up story. The first issue of the new run of Adventure Comics was released on August 12, 2009, and features watermarked numbering marking it as both #1 and #504, thus continuing the original numeration of the series concurrently with the volume 2 numeration. The indicia of the comic book also reflects this dual numbering. Prior to that, in February 2009 DC released Issue #0 which reprinted the first Superboy and the first Legion of Superheroes stories and included the Geoff Johns-written "Origins and Omens" story. That preview issue completely threw off an uptight reviewer at IGN who it seemed couldn't care less about the classic Silver Age reprints and who thought it was related to the Superman issue current at the time and the then upcoming Blackest Night event. That just goes to show how little "reviewers" sometimes know, for this title has now hordes of fans and, as shown on the cover of this week's issue #4, an award as well.

Erotic body  Comics

Posted by tot167 at Nov. 16, 2009
Erotic body

Erotic body
Erotic Comics | english | 16 pages | jpg | 3 MB

Young Allies Comics 70th Anniversary Special #1 (One-Shot)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 10, 2009
Young Allies Comics 70th Anniversary Special #1 (One-Shot)

Young Allies Comics 70th Anniversary Special #1 (One-Shot)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Jun 17 2009 | 52 Pages | 24.7 MB
+ Other Marvel 70th Anniversary Specials (One-Shots & Mini-Series)

continues Marvel's celebration of seven decades of comics publishing. Roger Stern writes the lead story, revisiting a legend he has some familiarity with, but writing a new voice under the mantle of Captain America. Set as a flashback, this gives Stern a chance to write about the Bucky-Cap tandem in present day terms and have him reflect upon the adventures of yesteryear. As always, Stern brings a nice balance of character and action and he includes bit roles for the Red Skull as well as Captain America and the original Human Torch, giving Paolo Rivera a chance to showcase his absolute feel for the period genre of superhero comics. Included are a pair of goodies--text stories penned by Stan Lee: "The Young Allies Deal a Blow for Justice" and "Captain America & the Bomb Sight Thieves" both from "Captain America Comics" issues originally published in 1941. Also included is "Terry Vance, School Boy Sleuth" from Marvel Mystery Comics #14 in 1940. Like all other Marvel 70th Anniversary Specials, a treat for the comics collector.