Echo Tome

Echo - Tome 6 - Le dernier jour  Comics

Posted by rbromcik at July 21, 2016
Echo - Tome 6 - Le dernier jour

Echo - Tome 6 - Le dernier jour
CBR | 107 pages | French | 37.9 MB

Echo - Tome 5 - Trou noir  Comics

Posted by rbromcik at July 21, 2016
Echo - Tome 5 - Trou noir

Echo - Tome 5 - Trou noir
CBR | 105 pages | French | 35.6 MB

Echo - Tome 4 - Collision  Comics

Posted by Mendose at July 14, 2016
Echo - Tome 4 - Collision

Echo - Tome 4 - Collision
French | CBR | 114 pages | 119 MB

Echo - Tome 2 - Rêves Atomiques  Comics

Posted by Mendose at July 11, 2016
Echo - Tome 2 - Rêves Atomiques

Echo - Tome 2 - Rêves Atomiques
French | CBR | 114 pages | 109 MB

Echo - Tome 1 - Incident  Comics

Posted by Mendose at July 8, 2016
Echo - Tome 1 - Incident

Echo - Tome 1 - Incident
French | CBR | 122 pages | 117 MB

Missions "Kimono" - Tome 11 - Rescue Echo  Comics

Posted by Maroutan at May 27, 2016
Missions "Kimono" - Tome 11 - Rescue Echo

Missions "Kimono" - Tome 11 - Rescue Echo
French | CBR | 54 pages | 65.8 MB

Le Déclic, tome 2  

Posted by tot167 at May 5, 2009
Le Déclic, tome 2

Milo Manara, "Le Déclic, tome 2"
Albin Michel - L'Echo des Savanes | 1991 | ISBN: 2226055630 | 72 pages | PDF | 40,5 MB

Sir Arthur Benton - Tome 4 - L'Organisation  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Dec. 5, 2016
Sir Arthur Benton - Tome 4 - L'Organisation

Sir Arthur Benton - Tome 4 - L'Organisation
French | CBR | 62 pages | 101 MB
Kongo - Tome 1 - Le Ténébreux Voyage de Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski

Kongo - Tome 1 - Le Ténébreux Voyage de Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski
French | CBR | 178 pages | 118 MB

Highasakite - Camp Echo (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Dec. 5, 2016
Highasakite - Camp Echo (2016)

Highasakite - Camp Echo (2016)
Indie Pop, Electronic | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:38:54 | 101 MB
Label: Propeller Recordings | Release Year: 2016

In 2013, Norwegian synth-rockers Highasakite burst onto the scene with a single forged from firestorm energy and sheer, eyes-to-the-horizon brawn. “Indian Summer” a mix of Florence and the Machine anthemics and shimmering electro-pop à la Chvrches was an explosive declaration of the band’s sound, difficult to ignore and nearly impossible to dislike. Sonically, it launched skyward with a chest-thumping amalgam of genre additives that still remains fundamental to the band’s approach today: indie-rock melodrama, frostbitten synth textures, and, of course, soaring, unstoppably propulsive chorus melodies that almost seem to tear out of the songs themselves and enter a different physical space altogether.