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The Boys #1-72  Comics

Posted by Coda at Oct. 4, 2013
The Boys #1-72

The Boys #1-72
Wildstorm (#1–6), Dynamite (#7–72), 2006-2012 | CBR/RAR | Spanish | 72 Issues | 997 MB Total
Autores: Garth Ennis, John McCrea, Darick Robertson, Russell Braun

Sinopsis en la editorial: Hughi e era un tipo feliz, que paseaba por el parque de atracciones con su chica, hasta que un supervillano le arrancó a su novia de sus brazos… literalmente.

The Boys #1-72 + 3 Mini-series Collection (2006-2012) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 14, 2012
The Boys #1-72 + 3 Mini-series Collection (2006-2012) Complete

The Boys #1-72 + 3 Mini-series Collection (2006-2012) Complete
English | CBR | 90 Issues | 2 GB

The series is set between 2006-2008 in a world where superheroes exist. However, most of the superheroes in the series' universe are corrupted by their celebrity status and often engage in reckless behavior, compromising the safety of the world. For this reason, a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", is charged with monitoring the superhero community.
Ennis has said that the series will "out-Preacher Preacher", presumably referring to the extreme violence and sexuality that were that series' hallmark.

The Boys #1 - Spanish Version (2006)  Comics

Posted by guasman at Aug. 20, 2012
The Boys #1 - Spanish Version (2006)

The Boys #1 - Spanish Version (2006)
CBR | Spanish | 23 pages | 7,18 mb

The Boys #1-65 + Mini-series Collection (2006-2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 14, 2012
The Boys #1-65 + Mini-series Collection (2006-2012)

The Boys #1-65 + Mini-series Collection (2006-2012)
English | CBR | 83 Issues | 1.82 GB

The series is set in a contemporary world where superheroes exist. However, most of the superheroes in the series' universe are corrupted by their celebrity status and often engage in reckless behavior, compromising the safety of the world. For this reason, a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", is charged with monitoring the superhero community.

The Boys #1-65 (2006-2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 9, 2012
The Boys #1-65 (2006-2012)

The Boys #1-65 (2006-2012)
English | CBR | 65 Issues | 1.34 GB

The series is set in a contemporary world where superheroes exist. However, most of the superheroes in the series' universe are corrupted by their celebrity status and often engage in reckless behavior, compromising the safety of the world. For this reason, a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", is charged with monitoring the superhero community.

The Boys #1-49 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 4, 2010
The Boys #1-49 (Ongoing, Update)

The Boys #1-49 (Ongoing, Update)
31 CBR's 18 CBZ's | Dynamite Entertainment | Release Dates Aug 16 2006 - Dec 2 2010 | 751.77 MB Total

is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson, set in a contemporary world very much similar to the real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them. The first six issues were published by Wildstorm, starting in 2006. On January 24, 2007, the series was abruptly canceled with issue 6. DC (of which Wildstorm is an imprint) was allegedly uneasy with the anti-superhero tone of the work. In February 2007 the series was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment and it resumed in May of that year. The current issue #49 which is part of the arc entitled "Proper Preparation and Planning", is setting up a change within the Boys and their opposing group known as the Seven definitely leading to a fateful confrontation in the upcoming landmark issue #50. Typical of Ennis' work, violent and explicit yet with subtexts of his opinions on just about anything, from comic books to fanboys' preoccupation with them. In other words, terrific. Mature Readers only. HQ Minutemen scans from issue #36 to the current issue #49.

The Boys #1-45 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 25, 2010
The Boys #1-45 (Ongoing, Update)

The Boys #1-45 (Ongoing, Update)
Eng | Filesonic & Hotfile | 31 CBR & 14 CBZ | Wildstorm (DC) / Dynamite Entertainment | Aug 16 2006 - Aug 4 2010 | 678.6 MB Total

is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson, set in a contemporary world very much similar to the real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them. The first six issues were published by Wildstorm, starting in 2006. On January 24, 2007, the series was abruptly canceled with issue 6. DC (of which Wildstorm is an imprint) was allegedly uneasy with the anti-superhero tone of the work. In February 2007 the series was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment and it resumed in May of that year. Issue #45 is part two of the story arc entitled "Believe." Typical of Ennis' work, violent and explicit yet with subtexts of his opinions on just about anything, from comic books to fanboys' preoccupation with them. In other words, terrific. Mature Readers only.

The Boys #1-34 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 5, 2009
The Boys #1-34 (Ongoing, Update)

The Boys #1-34 (Ongoing, Update)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 31 CBR 3 CBZ | Dynamite Entertainment | Issue #34 Released Sep 2, 2009 | 462 MB Total

is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson, set in a contemporary world very much similar to the real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them. The first six issues were published by Wildstorm, starting in 2006. On January 24, 2007, the series was abruptly canceled with issue 6. DC (of which Wildstorm is an imprint) was allegedly uneasy with the anti-superhero tone of the work. In February 2007 the series was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment and it resumed in May of that year. Issue #34 concludes the 4-part story arc entitled "The Self-Preservation Society." Typical of Ennis' work, violent and explicit yet with subtexts of his opinions on just about anything, from comic books to fanboys' preoccupation with them. In other words, terrific. only.

The Boys #1-30 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at May 11, 2009
The Boys #1-30 (Ongoing)

The Boys #1-30 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS | CBR & CBZ | Wildstorm & Dynamite Entertainment | 397 MB Total

is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson, set in a contemporary world very much similar to the real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them. The first six issues were published by Wildstorm, starting in 2006. On January 24, 2007, the series was abruptly canceled with issue 6. DC (of which Wildstorm is an imprint) was allegedly uneasy with the anti-superhero tone of the work. In February 2007 the series was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment and it resumed in May of that year. Violent and explicit. In other words, terrific.

The Boys #1-28 [2006-2009]  Magazines

Posted by Darksector at March 31, 2009
The Boys #1-28 [2006-2009]

The Boys #1-28 [2006-2009]
English | CBR | 28 Issues | 380 Mb

The Boys is an American creator-owned comic book series, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson. It was originally published by Wildstorm before moving to Dynamite Entertainment.
The series is set in a contemporary world very much similar to real one, with one notable exception: a number of people have some form of superpower. The series follows a superpowered CIA squad, known informally as "The Boys", whose job it is to keep watch on superheroes and, if necessary, intimidate or kill them.