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Enki Bilal 16 Volumes  Comics

Posted by Lebedev30 at April 23, 2017
Enki Bilal 16 Volumes

Enki Bilal 16 Volumes
Danish | CBR/CBZ | 16 Volumes | 680.3 Mb

Zecharia Sitchin, "Le Livre perdu du dieu Enki" (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at July 25, 2016
Zecharia Sitchin, "Le Livre perdu du dieu Enki" (repost)

Zecharia Sitchin, "Le Livre perdu du dieu Enki : Mémoires et prophéties d'un dieu extraterrestre"
Publisher: Macro | 2011 | ISBN: 8862292074 | French | EPUB | 320 pages | 1.1 Mb

« Les Chroniques terriennes », série à succès de Zecharia Sitchin, nous ont dévoilé la version humaine de notre création par les Anunnakis, « Ceux qui des cieux sont venus sur Terre », telle qu’elle fut rapportée sur d’antiques tablettes d’argile et autres objets sumériens. Dans « Le livre perdu du dieu Enki », nous découvrons cette histoire sous un autre angle, à travers le très élaboré récit autobiographique du seigneur Enki, un dieu anunnaki. …

Zecharia Sitchin - The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at Jan. 17, 2016
Zecharia Sitchin - The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God

Zecharia Sitchin - The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial God
2004 | ISBN: 1591430372 | English | 336 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Enki Bilal 18 Issues  Comics

Posted by alexandra10 at Aug. 9, 2014
Enki Bilal 18 Issues

Enki Bilal 18 Issues
German | CBR | 18 Issues | 3.6 GB

Zecharia Sitchin - Le livre perdu du dieu Enki  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by asperge at May 1, 2014
Zecharia Sitchin - Le livre perdu du dieu Enki

Zecharia Sitchin - Le livre perdu du dieu Enki
Macro Editions | ISBN : 8862292074 | 2011-09 | EPUB | 215 pages | 695 KB

Les Chroniques de la Terre, série à succès de Zecharia Sitchin, nous a dévoilé la version de l’humanité concernant notre création par les anunnaki, « ceux qui des cieux sont venus sur la terre », telle qu’elle fut rapportée sur d’anciennes tablettes d’argile et autres objets sumériens.

Enki BILAL Au-delà de l'image (2011) [Re-UP]  Video

Posted by galmuchet at July 2, 2012
Enki BILAL Au-delà de l'image (2011) [Re-UP]

Enki BILAL Au-delà de l'image (2011)
DVDrip | XviD-1139 | mp3@192 | 664x368 | Audio: French | Sub: None | DVD Cover | 0h52 | 500 Mb
Docu, Bio | France DVD 17 May 2011 | Realisation Gloria CAMPANA

C’est en 1960, qu’Enki Bilal, fils du tailleur de Tito arrive pour la première fois Gare de l’Est à Paris. Il a alors 10 ans et ne parle pas un mot de français mais s’exprime déjà par le dessin. Des années plus tard, des millions d’albums vendus donnent une notoriété à Bilal, des albums où il dresse le portrait de villes improbables, de mondes au bord de l’explosion. Il est aussi peintre et après avoir fait des décors d’Alain Resnais ou du chorégraphe Angelin Preljocaj, il devient metteur en scène et réalise 3 longs-métrages. Le film de Gloria Campana permet de découvrir comment son univers graphique, son imaginaire se construisent autour de grands poètes comme Baudelaire ou d’écrivains fantastiques tels que Edgar Poe ou Lovecraft. Mais il va au-delà de l’artiste, au-delà de l’image, pour nous faire découvrir l’homme blessé, le déraciné revenu sur les traces de son enfance.

(Fr5) Empreintes : Enki Bilal, au-delà de l'image (2010)  Video

Posted by Morocco at July 2, 2011
(Fr5) Empreintes : Enki Bilal, au-delà de l'image (2010)

(Fr5) Empreintes : Enki Bilal, au-delà de l'image (2010)
TNT-Rip by Clo2 | French | 52min | 640 x 368 | 25.000 fps | Avi | MPEG-4 XviD @ 894 Kbps | MP3 @ 112 Kbps | 378 MB
Genre : Documentaire

Filmé à Belgrade où il a passé les dix premières années de sa vie, ainsi qu'à Paris, sa ville d'exil, l'auteur et dessinateur de renom Enki Bilal a accepté de se livrer devant la caméra de Gloria Campana. Portrait tout en finesse d'un créateur déraciné et prolifique.

Enki Bilal - Hunting Party  Comics

Posted by jrduarte at Jan. 8, 2009
Enki Bilal - Hunting Party

Enki Bilal - Hunting Party
96 pages | Publisher: Humanoids Publishing | September 15, 2002 | English | ISBN: 0967240174 | CBR | 48 MB

A group of old men gathers on an estate in Poland for a hunting party. It's the early 1980s...the Warsaw Pact is still in existence, but cracks are starting to appear. The men in the hunting party are highly influential members of each of the various countries' communist parties. A young French communist acts as translator, and he slowly discovers the story of each of these men, how their idealism eroded, how the Soviet Union loomed over them and their countries... It's a fantastic story, outstanding writing by Pierre Christin and Enki Bilal's artwork is just extraordinary. Bilal uses color schemes as symbols, it took me awhile to catch on. See if you can figure out what his use of the colors red and yellow symbolizes. But this wonderful, tragic story that ends on a strangely prophetic optimistic note, and get a painless education in how the countries in Eastern Europe after WW2 learned to hate/love the Soviet Union.

Enki Bilal - The Town that Didn't Exist  Comics

Posted by jrduarte at Jan. 8, 2009
Enki Bilal - The Town that Didn't Exist

Enki Bilal - The Town that Didn't Exist
56 pages | Publisher: Humanoids Publishing | March 2003 | ISBN-: 1930652372 | CBR | 37 MB

Christin, a French novelist, and Bilal ( Exterminator 17 ) have produced a story of class conflict transformed by a benevolent mistress and visionary technology. The tale is set in a decaying French industrial hamlet called Jadencourt. As the town's corporate patriarch lies dying, the workers in his factories go on strike and the managers and executives from his global conglomerate gather to await his death and claim control of the huge empire. But the mogul's sole heir, an invalid daughter, surprises everyone: she buys out her executive rivals and confronts the town and union leaders with a fantastic scheme to use the corporation's immense wealth to build a new Jadencourt. The reborn city, completely domed in plastic, is designed to provide for every inhabitant. Bilal's drawings, as always, are impressively rendered, his color muted and melancholic. Despite its labored pace and sometimes predictable characterizations, this work documents the provincial working classes while highlighting the disillusion and social vacuity inherent in utopian schemes.

Enki Bilal - The Nikopol Trilogy  Comics

Posted by jrduarte at Jan. 8, 2009
Enki Bilal - The Nikopol Trilogy

Enki Bilal - The Nikopol Trilogy
176 pages | Publisher: Humanoids - Rebellion | ISBN: 1401203841 | Rapidshare | CBR | 93 MB

The Nikopol Trilogy brings together three previously published volumes Carnival of Mortals, Woman Trap and Cold Equator all impressive works of imagination meticulously written, drawn and colored by European comics artist Bilal. It's the year 2023 and Alcide Nikopol has been revived from a state of suspended animation after 30 years orbiting Earth. In the meantime, the planet has suffered two nuclear wars, and France is ruled by the ruthless dictator J.F. Choublanc. The immortal gods of Egyptian antiquity have also reawakened to revive their rule over humanity, and they now hover above the crumbling technopolis of Paris in a massive stone pyramid/airship. Horus, the renegade falcon god, takes possession of Nikopol's body, rendering him immortal, and concocts a conspiracy to overthrow the Choublanc regime. When Nikopol cracks under the pressure of Horus's possession, he is reduced to muttering the poetry of Baudelaire while he wanders the halls of a mental hospital. "Woman Trap" picks up two years later in a war-torn London. Blue-haired news correspondent Jill Bioskop dispatches stories 30 years into the past using a device called a scriptwriter, while she takes pills to eradicate the bloody memories of men she has murdered. In "Cold Equator" the story is further complicated as Nikopol's son boards a train bound for Equator City, an African metropolis afflicted with a freezing micro-climate of minus-six degrees, but surrounded by desert and surrealistically populated by sub-Saharan wildlife. Intricate plot twists and stunning color artwork mark this work as both an extraordinary comics literary achievement and a crackling good story.