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Broadway (Tomo 2): Una calle en América  Comics

Posted by Coda at Nov. 19, 2016
Broadway (Tomo 2): Una calle en América

Broadway (Tomo 2): Una calle en América
Quadrants | Spanish | CBR | 50 págs. | 56.5 MB
Guión e ilustración: Djief (Jean-François Bergeron, Canadá, 1971)

Broadway (Tomo 1): Una calle en América  Comics

Posted by Coda at Nov. 12, 2016
Broadway (Tomo 1): Una calle en América

Broadway (Tomo 1): Una calle en América
Quadrants | Spanish | CBR | 48 págs. | 47.8 MB
Guión e ilustración: Djief (Jean-François Bergeron, Canadá, 1971)

De la contraportada: Mira, Lenny… ¿Ves todos esos rótulos lminosos? ¡Es la gran avenida de la fortuna! Un faro que guía a todos esos ricos que profesan un culto sin límites a la vida nocturna. Ponen ritmo al país a golpe de fiestas y solo buscan una cosa: vivir la excitación del momento. Nos toca saciarles, Lenny noche tras noche, porque Broadway nunca duerme.

Broadway - Une Rue en Amérique - Tome 2  Comics

Posted by Mendose at May 16, 2016
Broadway - Une Rue en Amérique - Tome 2

Broadway - Une Rue en Amérique - Tome 2
French | CBR | 52 pages | 106 MB

Broadway - Une Rue en Amérique - Tome 1  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Nov. 18, 2015
Broadway - Une Rue en Amérique - Tome 1

Broadway - Une Rue en Amérique - Tome 1
French | CBR | 52 pages | 160 MB

Broadway Romances #2 (1950)  Comics

Posted by redrobinzee at June 2, 2014
Broadway Romances #2 (1950)

Broadway Romances #2 (1950)
English | CBZ | 36 Pages | 21.74 MB

Babes Of Broadway #1 (1996)  Comics

Posted by Coda at May 13, 2011
Babes Of Broadway #1 (1996)

Babes Of Broadway #1 (1996)
CBR | English | 58.9 MB | 34 pages

Shadow State #1-5  Comics

Posted by Coda at June 13, 2011
Shadow State #1-5

Shadow State #1-5
CBR/RAR | English | 5 Issues | 193 MB Total
Published by Broadway that started in 1995

Shadow State was a comic book published by short-lived Broadway Comics. The issues generally had two stories, one of which featured the character Fatale. It was written by Jim Shooter. Only five issues were published before the abrupt demise of Broadway Comics, leaving the storyarc unfinished.

Fatale #1-6  Comics

Posted by Coda at May 7, 2011
Fatale #1-6

Fatale #1-6
CBR/RAR | English | 6 Issues/Complete | 182 MB Total
writers: Janet Jackson, Jim Shooter; colorer: David Montoya;
penciler, cover: J.G. Jones; ininker: Frank Mclaughl

Fatale was published by Broadway Comics in 1996. It was a spin-off of Broadway's flagship series Powers That Be, in which the lead character had first appeared in 1995.
Created by former Marvel Comics editor Jim Shooter, Fatale follows the adventures of Desirée Hopewell, a woman who has the ability to leech memories and energy from people by kissing them, and her battles with an evil organization called The Brotherhood.

Mystery Men #3 (0f 5) (2011)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 15, 2011
Mystery Men #3 (0f 5) (2011)

Mystery Men #3 (0f 5) (2011)
CBR | Released Jul 13 2011 | 36 Pages (c2c) | 23.64 MB

INTRODUCING MARVEL'S ALL-NEW, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN HEROES OF THE '30s! On the hunt to solve the brutal murder of a Broadway starlet, The Operative, The Revenant and The Aviatrix smash their way from the gleaming penthouses of privilege to the squalid alleyways of Manhattan, as the full horror of their enemies' schemes unfolds! Plus: experience the power of the mighty Achilles and the bizarre tactics of the syringe-wielding Surgeon! Award-winning historical thriller novelist David Liss (Black Panther: The Man Without Fear) and acclaimed artist Patrick Zircher (Spider-Man Noir) weave an edge-of-your-seat and in-continuity adventure intertwined with America's most scandalous crimes! Before the InvadersÖbefore the TwelveÖwho were the Mystery Men? --
Superman: The Complete History - The Life and Times of the Man of Steel (Paperback)

Superman: The Complete History - The Life and Times of the Man of Steel (Paperback)
Les Daniels | Chronicle Books LLC | CBR | ISBN 0811842312 | First Paperback Ed | June 2004 | 192 Pages | 132.22 MB

While comic books trace their origins to the late 19th century, Superman, who debuted in 1938's , is virtually synonymous with the medium. Yet, as Superman: the Complete History shows, the Man of Steel has also made a lasting impact in comic strips, film, toys, TV, radio, and even on Broadway. In this beautifully composed volume, Les Daniels collects rare and never-before-seen early artwork by Superman's teenage creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster (including a two-page doodle from 1936 featuring early Superman costume designs), and he chronicles the evolution of the character from an orphan alien comics hero to a complex multimedia icon. Entire pages are devoted to photographs of the various costumes worn by TV and film incarnations, of numerous action figures and related toys, and of movie poster and stills. Several comics stories are also reproduced in their entirety. Almost as impressive as the stunning art design is Daniels's narrative: covering the 60 years from 1938 to 1998, he collects interviews with several writer-artist teams that detail the changes in the Man of Steel and his relationships with Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Lex Luthor, and Perry White. Daniels's examination of the "Death of Superman" story arc, in particular, is a fascinating study of Superman's commercial and archetypal appeal. The final pages preview Superman tales by Barry Windsor-Smith and Alex Ross (whose beautiful painted graphic novel Kingdom Come turned many heads). --