Boxers

Boxers & Saints (2013)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at March 5, 2014
Boxers & Saints (2013)

Boxers & Saints (2013)
English | CBR | 2 Issues | 833.97 MB

One of the greatest comics storytellers alive brings all his formidable talents to bear in this astonishing new work. In two volumes, Boxers & Saints tells two parallel stories. The first is of Little Bao, a Chinese peasant boy whose village is abused and plundered by Westerners claiming the role of missionaries. Little Bao, inspired by visions of the Chinese gods, joins a violent uprising against the Western interlopers. Against all odds, their grass-roots rebellion is successful.

God Hates Astronauts Vol. 01 (2013)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Feb. 28, 2014
God Hates Astronauts Vol. 01 (2013)

God Hates Astronauts Vol. 01 (2013)
English | CBR | 179 pages | 315.53 MB

GOD HATES ASTRONAUTS follows the story of a group of incompetent, small-minded, super powered narcissists called "The Power Persons Five" who are hired by NASA to stop all farmers from launching themselves into space in homemade rocket ships. Unfortunately for NASA, this goal is scarcely even addressed and the book focuses more on extramarital affairs, bank-robbing owls, big gross swollen heads, ghost cow heads, olde tyme boxers, tigers eating cheeseburgers in the Crab Nebula, buffalo judges and tons of aggressive swearing. Not so much a superhero book as it is a parody of basically everything and a celebration of weird that is jam-packed with references to RoboCop and Die Hard.

God Hates Astronauts (2010-2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at March 3, 2013
God Hates Astronauts (2010-2012)

God Hates Astronauts (2010-2012)
English | CBR | 79 pages | 94.69 MB

God Hates Astronauts follows the story of a group of incompetent, small-minded, super powered narcissists called "The Power Persons Five" who are hired by NASA to stop all farmers from launching themselves into space in homemade rocket ships. Unfortunately, for NASA, this goal is scarcely even addressed and the book focuses more on extramarital affairs, bank robing owls, big gross swollen heads, ghost cow heads, olde tyme boxers, tigers eating cheeseburgers in the Crab Nebula, buffalo judges and tons of aggressive swearing. Not as much a superhero book as it is a parody of basically everything and a celebration of weird that is jam-packed with references to Robo-Cop and Die Hard.

Marvel Graphic Novels #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 14, 2010
Marvel Graphic Novels #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)

Marvel Graphic Novel #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)
Various Authors | Marvel Comics | 12 CBR's 8 CBZ's in 4 RAR's | Released 1982-1985 | 603.17 MB Total

(MGN) is a series of graphic novel trade paperbacks published from 1982 to 1993 by Marvel Comics in an attempt to emulate European-style graphic novels. They are characterized by big-name authors and artists, complete standalone stories, 8.5 x 11 inch dimensions and an emphasis on superheroes. They are also numbered in sequence--despite the fact that none of the books were connected in any way but a blanket title--but for the first twenty issues only, through 1985. Marvel released many other stories in the same format that are considered unnumbered parts of the series according to the Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. Overstreet continued counting beyond the original "official" numbering, following a Marvel-published list of graphic novels. When the list stopped being published, Overstreet stopped trying to number the issues, halting at issue 38, although they list 29 more issues published from 1983 through 1991, and the list is known not to include every graphic novel from this period. This lack of numbering for the rest made it so difficult to come up with a definitive list in chronological ordinal sequence, until Bob Rozakis at comicsbulletin.com came up with one in 2003. The first story (the second Marvel graphic novel produced) is by Jim Starlin, released in April of 1982. The last numbered graphic novel, #20, is written by J. M. DeMatteis and drawn by Mark Badger.

L'Homme & Penet - Catwalk - Complet  Comics

Posted by pinkpanther2 at June 9, 2009
L'Homme & Penet - Catwalk - Complet

Catwalk - 1/1. Les Héros ne meurent jamais - (2006)
Scénario : Frédéric L'Homme | Dessin : Régis Penet | Anticipation | PDF | French | 17MB

Sur la rougeoyante et chaotique planète Mars, les combattantes boxers se frottent en « catfight » aux corps boostés des pionnières survivantes.