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Alterna AnniverSERIES Anthology (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Sept. 23, 2016
Alterna AnniverSERIES Anthology (2016)

Alterna AnniverSERIES Anthology (2016)
English | CBR | 432 pages | 375.28 MB

Space-traveling children, swash-buckling sky pirates, zombies invading the battlefields of WW2, sadistic prison guards, wise-cracking Area 51 agents, an alien with an identity crisis, a little girl that slays monsters, and so much more. AnniverSERIES celebrates our first ten years of creator-owned comics with a 30 page character guide combined with over 400 pages of the very best stories from Alterna.

Inspector Canardo 11 - A Filthy Little Pile of Secrets  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 6, 2013
Inspector Canardo 11 - A Filthy Little Pile of Secrets

Inspector Canardo 11 - A Filthy Little Pile of Secrets
English | CBR | 51 pages | 111.31 MB

Canardo take on a seemingly simple case: an old man lies dying, and is unable to tell his daugher where he hid a a small fortune he managed to get hold on during WW2. Luckily, Canardo just got chosen as a test subject for a portable time machine, which should make the case a cinch.
But some secrets are best kept hidden, and who knows what a filthy little pile of secrets might be hidden in the past.

Captain America Vol.1 #600-640 (2009-2013) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 20, 2012
Captain America Vol.1 #600-640 (2009-2013) Complete

Captain America Vol.1 #600-640 (2009-2013) Complete
English | CBR | 43 Issues | 1.11 GB

Where were you when Captain America died? It's the anniversary of the day Steve Rogers was killed, a day of reflection and mourning in the Marvel U…a time to look back on the things Steve did and what he stood for… or is this actually the beginning of the most wicked plot twist since issue 25? Yeah, actually it's both. Plus, Sharon Carter's dreams are forcing her to relive the death of Steve Rogers - and her time under the control of Dr. Faustus. But will these dreams also reveal hidden secrets about what she saw and did on the day Steve died? Also, Bucky Barnes is the new Captain America now…but today he's trapped in the past, because today is Bucky Barnes' birthday. See Bucky's favorite and least favorite birthdays - from the cold winters of the Depression on military bases, to the front lines of WW2, to his new mission as Cap.

Captain America 601  Comics

Posted by sparkus at July 26, 2009
Captain America 601

Captain America 601
Eng | CBR | Marvel | 2009 | 45 Pages | 36 MB

A special double-sized issue featuring art by the legendary Gene Colan! Bucky and Nick Fury uncover a lost tale from Cap and Bucky's days in WW2 - a tale of horror and war and brothers-in-arms.

Avengers/Invaders #11 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at May 31, 2009
Avengers/Invaders #11 (Of 12)

Avengers/Invaders #11 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & MU |CBR | Marvel Comics | May 28, 2009 | 24 Pages | 12.3 MB

is an ongoing 12-issue maxi-series published by Marvel that returns the young WW2 Captain America (Steve Rogers) to modern continuity, along with the other four original Invaders created in 1940s: Human Torch, Toro, Bucky, and Namor. They appear in the mainstream Marvel Universe of the present, at the height of their powers and popularity, as they were in 1942, to encounter both the New Avengers and Mighty Avengers, plus certain characters who have been in the Avengers in the past. The series launched on May 7th 2008.

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.