Witchblade Origins Vol. #1-3 TPB (2008-2009)
English | CBR | 3 Issues | 332.30 MB
Return to the classic issues which made WITCHBLADE Top Cow's flagship title! Writers David Wohl (DARK SECTOR ZERO) and Christina Z. (JENNA JAMESON'S SHADOW HUNTER) and top ten artist Michael Turner (JLA) introduce Sara Pezzini, Kenneth Irons, Ian Nottingham, and of course the mystical gauntlet - The Witchblade - to the world!
Cyberforce - Hunter-Killer Vol 1 TPB (2010)
English | CBR | 177 pages | 151.62 MB
Top Cow's technology based teams collide in a critical crossover event that will have everyone talking this summer! The Hunter-Killer team's directive to hunt down and detain rogue Ultra-Sapiens brings them head to head with the Cyberforce team in a brutal showdown that leaves more than one member bleeding. But who is manipulating these two teams into conflict and to what end? The team of writer and Hunter-Killer co-creator Mark Waid (Amazing Spider-Man, Irredeemable) and artist Kenneth Rocafort (Astonishing Tales, Madame Mirage) bring you a crossover filled with epic action, intrigue, lies, and betrayal. Featuring two connected covers by series artist Rocafort and a third variant cover by Mike Choi and Sonia Oback (Uncanny X-Men, X-Force).
Chronicles of Wormwood #1-6 (2007) + The Last Battle #1-6 (2010) + Covers Complete
English | CBR | 13 Issues | 500.67 MB
This series is rated Adults Only
DISCLAIMER: graphic sexuality gore sadistic violence
Garth Ennis unleashes his next major religious epic in the vein of Preacher, but this-time, he's taking it up a notch! Wormwood is the anti-Christ, no way around it, his dad is Satan and his demonic powers help him fit right into New York. His best friend is Jesus, who is a black, mentally-challenged, man that just isn't performing many miracles these days. The pesky Armageddon is coming right up, and it doesn't look like Pope Jacko is going to be any help in stopping it. Ennis drags the whole world into the gutter with his trademark razor-sharp dialogue, biting wit, and the stunning art of Jacen Burrows, all in full-color.
Chronicles of Wormwood: Last Battle
Garth Ennis returns to the fan-favorite Chronicles of Wormwood series! Jimmy the Rabbit, Jay, and Danny Wormwood, the Anti-Christ himself, are back in a new full-color six issue series that promises to provide everything you love about Ennis! Danny has started to get his life back together after averting the apocalypse, and getting rid of God and Devil. But Hell might be getting taken over by something even worse, Pope Jacko! Series artist Oscar Jimenez provides the stunning cover and interior art. Ennis drags the whole world into the gutter with his trademark razor-sharp dialogue, biting wit, and the stunning art of Jimenez.
Kade - Sun of Perdition (2006) TPB
English | CBR | 133 pages | 44.28 MB
The enigmatic warrior who doesn't feel, but always hurts. During the Black Sun, under the Eye of God, angels may fall to Earth. These Fallen Angels have left the grace of God and act without consequence. Many try to spite their Creator by possessing the anemic spirits of those who are morally corrupt, using them as their demonic servants. As a Child of the Black Sun, Kade is the ageless balance that tips the dark scale back towards the light, as he hunts the demons and The Fallen.
Kade - Shivas Sun (2004) TPB
English | CBR | 122 pages | 40.24 MB
It's been nearly 50 years since the Fallen escaped: Kade is alone and is on the hunt to avenge his mistakes. Unable to sleep, the gothic demon hunter pushes forward walking to new lands and a new adventure where his first stop takes him to India.
Kade - Rising Sun (2008) TPB
English | CBR | 104 pages | 38.05 MB
Three hundred years have passed since the death of Ezra, but her memory still haunts Kade. He has traveled the world searching for the demons that will bring closure to his past. His quest for the demons that plague our earth has led him to the Land of the Rising Sun. He senses a demon he must banish, but there's another person he senses. Is it the return of Ezra? Or is it the beautiful assassin Shi?
Kade - Red Sun (2010) TPB
English | CBR | 101 pages | 39.98 MB
Ivan the Terrible grew Moscow from a medieval nation state to an empire, but he had help. The machinations he used were terrible to behold, as he made a deal with Beelzebub. Kade has been working both sides of this nightmare, except instead of these two being at odds, they are in theory both allies, with each is trying to get the upper hand on the other. Beelzebub hasn't recognized Kade as the Demon Hunter, but when he begins to realize that Kade will rise to a higher level of power, he plots Kade's assassination.
Kade - Prodigal Sun (2011) TPB
English | CBR | 96 pages | 37.19 MB
In Sunset Canyon, Colorado, there's trouble in town. When a lone rider enters the town to clean things up, he's killed by something mysterious. His body is left to rot in the desert...where a wagon train passes it. 'What's that, Pa?' a young boy asks. 'Nothing we need to bother with,' says a man. The man's name is Elias Kade.
Kade - Original Sun (2004) TPB
English | CBR | 138 pages | 63.46 MB
The very first story offered for the first time. Kade has just barely survived his first encounter with the demon known as Apollyon. He is now on a journey to find the vagabond known as Kamric as he is the only person to ever survive facing Apollyon. Kade believes that he is the key to defeating the ominous demon. Kade will need the assistance of Ezra to find Kamric and to find redemption!
Kade - Mourning Sun (2012) TPB
English | CBR | 87 pages | 32.05 MB
1892. Siberia. Kade has found Lucifer and he's become the leader of a tribe of Cossacks. Kade uncovers him as a demon, but Lucifer has set a trap and the Cossack tribe make a sport of hunting him across the Siberian steppe. 1941. Making his way through masses of fleeing refugees and a retreating Soviet army, Kade learns they're being driven away by a Panzer division commanded by Lucifer in the guise of an SS General. Demons! Nazis! An army of the dead marching under the swastika! Kade is knee deep in the middle of this madness and is once again on the hunt!
Freshmen Summer Vacation Special (2008)
English | CBR | 48 pages | 50.33 MB
The critically acclaimed hit is back with an all-new adventure! There's no rest for the weary as the kids' summer vacation takes a bizarre twist when someone from their past rises from the dead to wreak havoc on Freese College. An all-out, action-packed brawl filled with drama and laughs, told through the sky-high eyes of the Intoxicator! Co-created by 'Robot Chicken' maestro Seth Green and written by the 11th fattest man on Earth, Hugh Sterbakov, FRESHMEN is an uproarious combination of superpowers and college comedy, featuring art from Top Cow's latest find, Sheldon Mitchell.
DC Comics: The New 52! - Week 120 - 121 (December 18 - 24 , 2013)
English | CBR | 13 Issues | 541.06 MB
Animal Man #26
Batman And Two-Face #26
Birds Of Prey #26
Forever Evil Rogues Rebellion #3 (of 6)
Green Lantern New Guardians #26
Harley Quinn #1
Justice League Of America's Vibe #10
Red Hood And The Outlaws #26
Trinity Of Sin Pandora #6
Wonder Woman #26
Forever Evil #4 (of 7)
Justice League #26
The Green Hornet Strikes #1-10 (2010-2011) Complete
English | CBR | 10 Issues | 208.62 MB
WHO IS THE GREEN HORNET? A hero? A criminal? He doesn't even know, himself... In a near future where the financial crisis never resolved, Chicago is more corrupt than ever. The rich are few and wield unimaginable power and influence. The poor are countless and live without hope. Gangs vie for control of the streets. Heroes have long been forgotten... Until now. Witness the birth of a new GREEN HORNET in THE GREEN HORNET STRIKES! #1. An ultimate tale in the making, THE GREEN HORNET STRIKES! Features the writing of acclaimed Lone Ranger scribe Brett Matthews, cover artist John Cassaday and interior artist Ariel Padilla!
They Were Ten T1 - T6 (2009-2013)
English | CBR | 6 Issues | 327.75 MB
They Were Ten T1 October 1812 (2009)
They Were Ten T2 Novgora (2010)
They Were Ten T3 Paris 1820 (2011)
They Were Ten T4 Rue Saint-Honoré (2011)
They Were Ten T5 Omerta (2012)
They Were Ten T6 The Old Emperor (2013)
On The Fastrack (1997-2012)
English | CBR | 16 Issues | 564.08 MB
On the Fastrack is a comic strip drawn by Bill Holbrook about the curious characters employed at the fictional Fastrack, Inc. Launched March 19, 1984, it was initially distributed by King Features Syndicate to 50 newspapers worldwide, later increasing to 75 papers. King Features offers this summary of the strip:
On the Fastrack chronicles the comic misadventures at Fastrack Inc., a wry mirror of the contemporary work scene. Ruthless boss Rose Trellis runs Fastrack, Inc. and thrives in an atmosphere of corporate political intrigue and back-stabbing... The strip is sprinkled with office romance, computer technology mayhem and lovesick moat monsters.
Edge City (2001-2012)
English | CBR | 12 Issues | 508.36 MB
Edge City is an American syndicated comic strip created by the husband and wife team of Terry and Patty LaBan. The couple teams to write the strips with Terry handling the art. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, the strip debuted in 2000.
The main characters in Edge City are the members of the Ardin family. The Ardins are Jewish, and the strip generally features the characters celebrating Passover and Hanukkah at those times of year. Len Ardin is the co-owner of a courier service, and Abby is a therapist. Their children, Colin and Carly, are both elementary school students. Edge City (e.g., a community outside the boundaries of what people traditionally think of as the city and its suburb) looks at modern family life. Dwelling in the far reaches of suburbia, Len and Abby lead a life very different from the one they lived growing up. Between managing their careers and taking care of their kids, they barely have time to wave to each other as they hurry off to yet another meeting, carpool or errand. And while their neighborhood is incredibly diverse, it seems like everyone, no matter where they're originally from, lives pretty much the same way. Terry LaBan offered this description of the strip:
Edge City is a daily comic strip internationally syndicated by King Features, that satirizes modern family life through the eyes of a post-Baby Boomer, Jewish-American family. It concentrates on the relationship between Abby, a therapist in private practice, and Len, an aging urban hipster who co-owns a delivery service and plays in a weekend rock band, as they juggle the pressures of running their careers and dealing with their two kids, Colin, ten, and Carly, eight. There are also a number of peripheral characters, like Rajiv, Len's Indian-American partner, and Abby's parents. The strip generally takes the form of simple stories that last about two weeks and explore some kind of issue or incident, like Abby having insomnia or Len joining a Led Zeppelin cover band.
English | CBR | 8 Issues | 99.34 MB
Cornered is a single panel style comic strip by Mike Baldwin. It was launched on April 1, 1996. On dailies, Cornered usually has characters' dialogue below the panel, whereas on Sundays the characters' dialogue is often in speaking bubbles. Everybody, including animals, wears glasses.
English | CBR | 15 Issues | 551.21 MB
Cathy is a comic strip drawn by Cathy Guisewite. It features a woman who struggles through the "four basic guilt groups" of life — food, love, family, and work. The strip gently pokes fun at the lives and foibles of modern women. Cathy's characteristics and issues both made fun of and sometimes fed into negative stereotypes about women. The strip debuted on November 22, 1976, and at its peak appeared in over 1,400 newspapers. The strips have been collected into more than 20 books. Three television specials were also created. Guisewite received the National Cartoonists Society Reuben Award in 1992 for the strip.
Broom Hilda (2001-2012)
English | CBR | 12 Issues | 321.58 MB
Broom-Hilda is an American newspaper comic strip created by cartoonist Russell Myers. Distributed by the Tribune Media Services, it depicts the misadventures of a man-crazy, cigar-smoking, beer-guzzling, 1,500-year-old witch and her motley crew of friends.
The original idea for Broom-Hilda came from Elliott Caplin, brother of Li'l Abner cartoonist Al Capp. He described the main character to Myers, who responded with a sketch of the witch and several samples. Caplin, acting as Myers' business manager, submitted these to the Chicago Tribune Syndicate. Introduced on April 19, 1970, it became an immediate success. Broom-Hilda was reprinted in several collections during the 1970s and 1980s.
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