The Celebrated Cases of Dick Tracy 1931-1951 Bonanza Books (1970)
English | CBR | 300 pages | 102.94 MB
Universe! #1-4 (2014-2016)
English | CBR | 4 Issues | Ongoing
Universe! #1 is a story 17 billion years in the making, with a man named Thomas sent back into time in order to create the universe for his employer. While time travel with the intention of changing history for personal gain has been done before, Albert Monteys has put a fresh spin on the concept through the idea that he is forced to sign the building blocks of life with his companies’ logo on a subatomic level. The only problem with the plan is that Thomas has to wait out 17 billion years in order to get back to his time. Throughout the story we see Thomas witness moments in history, while at the same time go through the mental struggle and loneliness of the wait. Each issue of Universe! is a self-contained story, with each story intended to connect more or less with one another.
Piranha Club (1998-2015)
English | CBR | 18 Issues | 986.64 MB
Piranha Club is the title of a comic strip written and illustrated by Bud Grace. It was originally called Ernie, but the title was changed to the current one in 1998. The club is meant as a parody on Lions Club International, and the strip made its debut in February 1988. In 1989, the Swedish Academy of Comic Art awarded Bud Grace with the Adamson Statuette. Grace received the 1993 National Cartoonists Society's Newspaper Comic Strip Award for his work on the strip.
The strip is highly popular in the Scandinavian countries Norway and Sweden, where it is published in a bimonthly (previously monthly) comic book under the original title, Ernie. It is also one of the most popular comic strips regularly published in newspapers in Estonia and Latvia (if not the most popular). It is published in Scandinavia's largest and second largest newspapers by circulation, Aftonbladet and Dagens Nyheter. It is also syndicated to Japan's Daily Yomiuri along with Calvin and Hobbes.
The Eighth Seal #1-9 (2013-2015)
English | CBR | 9 Issues | 242.34 MB
From James Tynion IV (writer of DC's TALON) and digital pioneer Jeremy Rock comes a new political horror thriller! There's something monstrous going on in Washington, D.C.--and the repercussions could affect the balance of world power!
The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood #1-6 (2013-2014) Complete
English | CBR | 6 Issues | 285.32 MB
Charlie has made some powerful friends in prison--but perhaps some even more powerful enemies.
Prince Valiant (1996-2012 Sundays)
English | CBR | 17 Issues | 664.61 MB
Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur, or simply Prince Valiant, is a long-run comic strip created by Hal Foster in 1937. It is an epic adventure that has told a continuous story during its entire history, and the full stretch of that story now totals more than 3900 Sunday strips. Currently, the strip appears weekly in more than 300 American newspapers, according to its distributor, King Features Syndicate.
Star Wars Webcomic - Chapter #1-18 (2015)
English | CBR | 18 Issues | 67.68 MB
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....It is a period of civil war. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire. During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the DEATH STAR, an armored space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet. Pursued by the Empire’s sinister agents, Princess Leia races home aboard her starship, custodian of the stolen plans that can save her people and restore freedom to the galaxy….
War of the Woods - Season Two #1-8 (2013-2014) Complete
English | CBR | 8 Issues | 190.65 MB
After his escape from the Raathinaks, Phin and his allies head to the northeast sanctuary. But getting there will prove harder then they thought!
War Of The Woods - Season 001 - Chapter 1-6 (2011) Complete
English | CBR | 6 Issues | 57.06 MB
War of the Woods is a classic alien invasion story told in an entirely unique way, from the perspective of otters in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. It all begins here!
Krazy Kat (1936-1943)
English | CBR | 5 Issues | 123.54 MB
Krazy Kat is an American newspaper comic strip by cartoonist George Herriman (1880–1944), which ran from 1913 to 1944. It first appeared in the New York Evening Journal, whose owner, William Randolph Hearst, was a major booster for the strip throughout its run. The characters had been introduced previously in a side strip with Herriman's earlier creation, The Dingbat Family. The phrase "Krazy Kat" originated there, said by the mouse by way of describing the cat. Set in a dreamlike portrayal of Herriman's vacation home of Coconino County, Arizona, Krazy Kat's mixture of offbeat surrealism, innocent playfulness and poetic, idiosyncratic language has made it a favorite of comics aficionados and art critics for more than 80 years.
The strip focuses on the curious relationship between a guileless, carefree, simple-minded cat named Krazy of indeterminate gender (referred to as both "he" and "she") and a grumpy mouse named Ignatz. Krazy nurses an unrequited love for the mouse. However, Ignatz despises Krazy and constantly schemes to throw bricks at Krazy's head, which Krazy interprets as a sign of affection, uttering grateful replies such as "Li'l dollink, allus f'etful", or "Li'l ainjil". A third principal character, Offisa Bull Pupp, often appears and tries to "protect" Krazy by thwarting Ignatz' attempts and imprisoning him. Later on, Offisa Pupp fell in love with Krazy.
Despite the slapstick simplicity of the general premise, the detailed characterization, combined with Herriman's visual and verbal creativity, made Krazy Kat one of the first comics to be widely praised by intellectuals and treated as "serious" art. Art critic Gilbert Seldes wrote a lengthy panegyric to the strip in 1924, calling it "the most amusing and fantastic and satisfactory work of art produced in America today." Poet E. E. Cummings, another Herriman admirer, wrote the introduction to the first collection of the strip in book form. Though Krazy Kat was only a modest success during its initial run, in more recent years, many modern cartoonists have cited the strip as a major influence.
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