Comics Crepax

Die Geschichte der O (Crepax)  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Feb. 5, 2013
Die Geschichte der O (Crepax)

Die Geschichte der O (Crepax)
German | CBR | 165 pages | 102 MB

Guido Crepax - Belinda  Comics

Posted by Coda at Dec. 13, 2011
Guido Crepax - Belinda

Guido Crepax - Belinda
Ediciones Obelisco, 1967 | CBR | Spanish | 41 pages | 78.3 MB

Guido Crepax - Valentina Vol.1  Comics

Posted by Coda at July 25, 2011
Guido Crepax - Valentina Vol.1

Guido Crepax - Valentina Vol.1
Graphic Novel | CBR | B/W | Spanish | 112 MB | 282 pages

Guido Crepax (15 July 1933 - 31 July 2003) was an Italian comics artist. He is most famous for his character Valentina, created in 1965 and very representative of the spirit of the sixties. The Valentina series of books and strips became noted for Crepax's sophisticated drawing, and for the psychedelic, dreamlike storylines, generally involving a strong dose of erotism.

Illustrated Justine by Marquis de Sade and Guido Crepax  

Posted by van_helsing at Sept. 29, 2008
Illustrated Justine by Marquis de Sade and Guido Crepax

Illustrated Justine by Marquis de Sade and Guido Crepax
PDF │ 19 MB │ 60 pages

Sex, debauchery and wickedness are some of the ingredients in Justine, history written by the Marquis de Sade. With refinement of cruelty, we see the young Justine suffer the most diverse types of sexual misfortunes that a woman can experience. Even in well and believing that a force majeure will free it from all its misfortunes, the girl is facing the lowest feelings that human beings can have. Wonderfully illustrated by Guido Crepax, one of the great masters of Italian erotica next to Milo Manara, Justine is a classic of comic stories and shows that its creator is worshiped today. Completely in black and white, as in the original, this album brings the delicate and detailed trace of Crepax. Crepax is a myth of erotic comics and Justine, a work without equal.

Bongo Comics Presents Futurama Comics 080 (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 26, 2016
Bongo Comics Presents Futurama Comics 080 (2016)

Bongo Comics Presents Futurama Comics 080 (2016)
English | CBR | 33 pages | 34.20 MB

DC Comics - Dark Horse Comics - Justice League v01 (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 16, 2016
DC Comics - Dark Horse Comics - Justice League v01 (2016)

DC Comics - Dark Horse Comics - Justice League v01 (2016)
English | CBR | 401 pages | 490.52 MB

Worlds collide in DC Comics and Dark Horse’s greatest crossover events featuring the Justice League! In the dense forests of Central America, Superman makes an incredible discovery: a spacecraft of unknown origin, which could point humanity toward new technological advances—or spell its doom. As the Man of Steel realizes the ship is somehow draining his powers, a terrorist organization arrives to use the ship for their own nefarious plans. As Superman struggles to focus his waning power, the ship’s predatory owner returns…
When the insane sentient computer, Skynet, sends Terminators to present-day Metropolis to hunt John Connor, it didn’t plan on the Man of Steel coming to the rescue…or did it? As the battle to save mankind rages in the Metropolis of the present and the future, will the combined might of Superman, Supergirl, Superboy and Steel be enough to stop the deadly killing machines—and their new ally, the Cyborg Superman—from terminating John Connor? When magic-wielding Nazis known as the Knights of October kidnap the original Starman, Ted Knight and Batman must begrudgingly accept the help of Hellboy to track down the kidnappers. The mysterious plot thickens and leads to the jungles of South America, where Jack Knight, the current Starman, joins the investigation to rescue his father. Can these three heroes stop the metaphysical scheme the Knights of October are concocting? The daughter of a prominent Gotham politician is missing after a mysterious explosion, and her friend Barbara Gordon and Batgirl follow a lead to Arcadia to find out what’s really going on. Meanwhile, the psychotic Two-Face discovers that some of his dead Gotham City henchmen have been reanimated and recruited into the service of Arcadia’s crime lord, Malcolm Greymater. Arcadia’s vigilante heroine, Ghost, soon finds her sordid little city in the center of an all-out gang war between Two-Face and Greymater—and if she wants this war to stop, she’ll need the help of Oracle and Batgirl to get the job done!
The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 010 - Haunted Horror v03 - Pre-Code Comics So Good - Theyre Scary (2015)

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 010 - Haunted Horror v03 - Pre-Code Comics So Good - Theyre Scary (2015)
English | CBR | 159 pages | 593.16 MB

Volume 3 is the monstrously great curated collection of the goriest, craziest, rarest comics that the U.S. Government didn't want you to see! David Colton in USA Today screams, "The comic book industry's most obscure and outrageous stories of the 1950s!" Decapitated Dan screeches, "Some of the greatest horror comic material ever to be reprinted!" Under the infamous melting face cover you'll witness under-appreciated artists Frank Giacoia, Nick Cardy, Shelly Moldoff, Bob Powell, Jack Sparling, Joe Certa, and Lin Streeter, masters of the horror comics genre!

Marvel Star Comics 031  Comics

Posted by Lebedev30 at Aug. 25, 2016
Marvel Star Comics 031

Marvel Star Comics 031
Greek | CBR | 36 pages | 60.4 Mb

MasterPiece Comics  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Aug. 25, 2016
MasterPiece Comics

MasterPiece Comics
French | CBR | 72 pages | 125 MB

Archie Comics 012 (1945)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 25, 2016
Archie Comics 012 (1945)

Archie Comics 012 (1945)
English | CBR | 47 pages | HD | 245.22 MB