Terminal Point (1993 - 2016)
English | CBR | 100 pages | 184.00 MB
The Web. A great network of time and dimension, it encompasses all that was, is, and shall be. If a single entity were to gain control of it, it would control everything. The Terminus Agency is going to do just that, by sending out ruthless Web Runners to chart the Web and plant beacons at crucial intersections of space/time. Once completed, this network of Terminal Points will allow Terminus to change reality itself. Pilot is the latest state of the art model runner and will carry out the final plan of the Terminus Agency. There's just one catch... Pilot has a mind of his own! From Bruce Zick (MARVEL's Thor, Atomic Legion, Deadworld). Collects issue 1-3.
Terminal Point #1-3 (1993, 2016) Complete
English | CBR | 3 Issues | 163.69 MB
The Web. A great network of time and dimension, it encompasses all that was, is, and shall be. If a single entity were to gain control of it, it would control everything. The Terminus Agency is going to do just that, by sending out ruthless Web Runners to chart the Web and plant beacons at crucial intersections of space/time. Once completed, this network of Terminal Points will allow Terminus to change reality itself. Pilot is the latest state of the art model runner and will carry out the final plan of the Terminus Agency. There's just one catch... Pilot has a mind of his own! From Bruce Zick (MARVEL's Thor, Atomic Legion, Deadworld).
English | CBR | 111 pages | 159.30 MB
Remembered as the father of modern horror, H.P. Lovecraft is best known for tales of terror, cosmic abominations and especially his most famous creation, the dreaded Cthulhu! Few realize, however, the true creative breadth and depth spanned by Lovecraft, who penned stories of horror but also of fantasy, science fiction and even humor. Within Mythos, writer Brandon Barrows and artist Hugo Petrus go beyond tentacles and evil gods to explore the rare corners and the myriad worlds created by H.P. Lovecraft and brought to you as an adapted graphic novel! Some of the stories contained within: Pickman's Model, The Strange High House in the Mist, The Curse of Yig, The White Ship, The Beast in the Cave, along with others to entertain. Collects issues 1-4.
Mythos #1-4 (2016) Complete
English | CBR | 4 Issues | 164.23 MB
Remembered as the father of modern horror, H.P. Lovecraft is best known for tales of terror, cosmic abominations and especially his most famous creation, the dreaded Cthulhu! Few realize, however, the true creative breadth and depth spanned by Lovecraft, who penned stories of horror but also of fantasy, science fiction and even humor. Within this Mythos series, writer Brandon Barrows and artist Hugo Petrus go beyond tentacles and evil gods to explore the rare corners and the myriad worlds created by H.P. Lovecraft! This issue: "Pickman's Model" - Richard Pickman, an artist of notoriously-ghastly works so horrifying that he's been ostracized from Boston's artistic society, knows the anatomy of fear better than anyone else alive - but how? "The Strange High House in the Mist" - Thomas Olney, a jaded philosopher, has a obsession: the strange, mist-shrouded house on the cliffs above Kingsport. When he can stand his curiosity no longer, he sets out to visit the house.
Orlak - Redux (1991)
English | CBR | 67 pages | HD | 65.69 MB
In a far flung dystopian society, where mankind and machine-kind coexist in an uneasy alliance overseen by a shadowy government, one man is reborn with the power to heal a people…ot destroy it. His name is Orlak. He awoke one day with no memory of his past and no plans for his future. His hands have been replaced with flesh ripping steel and when he sleeps, he finds them covered with blood. He is, in his own words, a puzzle with ten missing pieces.
This issue collects "Orlak: The Eternal" and "Palms Red" from Caliber Presents #13-18
Also included is a sketchbook section and new cover art. 64 pages in black and white.
Velda Girl Detective (TPB) (2016)
English | CBR | 427 pages | 451.32 MB
"Velda: Girl Detective" is a multileveled representation of the more lurid of the 1950s crime comics and is portrayed as if it actually existed as a classic Golden Age comic. The comic series was more than a passing homage to the noir films and hard-boiled detective school of writing of the 1950s as it included in certain issues as special features a Velda paper doll kit and the complete 1955 Velda pinup calendar to provide authenticity. The comics also included vintage parody ads as well as featurettes such as "Hawkshaw Hawk, Bird Detective" and "Neolithica: Girl of the Pleistocene" to entertain readers. Though the work of fiction, the comics were presented to the audience as if Velda actually existed and had her private eye investigative adventures during the 1950's in the big city. This graphic novel publication collects issues 1-8 and all the Velda: Girl Detective bonus features.
Renfield A Tale Of Madness (TPB) (2016)
English | CBR | 171 pages | 166.41 MB
The fascinating tale of the bug eating inmate from Bram Stoker's classic novel Dracula. Possessed and impassioned with the zeal of a religious fanatic, Renfield struggles to grasp the need to serve the darkness against his own humanity. In this story he is visited by many of Stoker's classic characters. See why Independent Propaganda called Renfield, "...a truly classic tale in graphic format" and Comic Buyer's Guide called "a gothic jewel". Collects issues 1-5.
Jazz - Cool Birth 001 (2016)
English | CBR | 33 pages | 33.68 MB
From the martini crowd at the uptown piano bars to the whiskey cats at downtown's Skylarks, piano man Dean Fontessa had thought he'd seen it all. But when he agrees to beat chops with the local pounders about a nixed out gabriel, he finds the jazz crowd takes care of its own. Do you dig? A murder mystery set in a 1957 jazz club, with illustrations inspired by '50s album cover designs that give this comic book story a unique style all its own. Written and designed by Gary Scott Beatty (Mis-Adventures of Adam West, Vincent Price Night Terrors).
...absolutely captures the flavor of jazz clubs in the late '50s. It's unlike any other comic out there. A fantastic blend of art and text. - Paul Bishop, Bish’s Beat.
The imagery and the loose but controlled rhythm of the writing brilliantly evoke the sights, sounds and smoky atmosphere of a bygone era. - Matt C., Paradox Comics.
Seductions 001 (2008)
English | CBR | 31 pages | 41.22 MB
He is an immortal vampire, but caught in a maddening cycle, waking 10 years after each feeding. But as the world changes around him only two things remain, his desire for blood to keep him alive and a yearning for his long lost love! Far from a typical romance, our vampire must decide: heart's desire or dinner? From the mind of Gary Scott Beatty (Mis-Adventures of Adam West, Vincent Price Night Terrors) with pencil art by Bill Bryan (OZ, Dark Oz).
Deadworld - Chronicles (2008)
English | CBR | 130 pages | 133.72 MB
This anthology features all-new stories set in Deadworld universe! In "The Quest", a woman searches for her husband even though he's a zombie. "The Coming of the Queen" reveals an old woman who somehow keeps zombies away. "Full English Breakfast" shows the horror on the other side of the Atlantic, plus many other stories. As a bonus, Mark Bloodworth presents a pin up gallery of "The Women of Deadworld" which spotlights both the living, the dead, and the in-between.
Deadworld - Frozen Over (2013)
English | CBR | 103 pages | 103.56 MB
New York City...a blizzard...the world in ruin...the undead fill the city streets. Those few lucky enough to survive the initial wave of undead lie huddled together in power deprived buildings high above the streets. Kolin Fleet and his small band of survivors seek to get out of the city before the snow thaws and the zombies are roaming free once again. Unfortunately, King Zombie has other ideas. All new story set in the Deadworld universe written by Mike Raicht (Marvel's ZOMBIE and SAVAGE TALES). Collects issues 1-4.
Deadworld - Requiem for the World (2014)
English | CBR | 150 pages | 207.29 MB
Deadworld rebooted! A supernatural holocaust is unleashed and a group of teens look for safety and sanity in this zombie plagued world. When they come across an even greater threat than the walking dead---intelligent zombies--they realize just how bleak things are. See why Deadworld has been hailed as "one of the essential horror titles of the last 25 years" by From the Tomb Magazine.
Deadworld - Slaughterhouse (2008)
English | CBR | 111 pages | 137.03 MB
Follow-up to the Deadworld: Requiem for the World graphic novel. Mankind find itself trapped in a world of the walking dead and the living who will do anything to survive. The promise of "Safe Haven" reveals a much darker and sinister purpose, when victims find themselves in a medical facility, a "Slaughterhouse," which will stop at nothing to combat the zombie plague, including using humans as guinea pigs. Survivors find that the greatest horror may not be the zombies - but their own kind! Collects issues 1-4.
Deadworld - To Kill A King (1993)
English | CBR | 120 pages | HD | 132.59 MB
A showdown Deadworld fans have been waiting for! From out of the ashes of this Deadworld rose a mysterious man...a man with no name...a man known only for killing of the zombies...the Dead Killer. He was is a legendary hunter...a killer...and now he has discovered the ultimate prey...the being known as King Zombie. Now Dead Killer will hunt down and take on the leader of the undead King Zombie in a winner take all battle.
Deadworld - Voices from the Deadworld (2012)
English | CBR | 169 pages | 153.43 MB
Deadworld is the long running critically acclaimed horror series and this self contained graphic novel provides a great introduction to the overall story as each page features a scene or character with an accompanying narration that tells the tales of all those who have lived, died, and came back during the supernatural holocaust. Writer Gary Reed is joined by 47 different artists to bring forth this unique look at one of the longest running series in independent comics. Deadworld has been recently nominated for various awards including the Shel Dorf Fan Awards, Comic Monsters, and the Ghastlies. If you haven't read Deadworld yet, this is a fantastic entry to get a feel for the world of the dead...and if you're already a Deadworld reader, what a great way to keep up to date with a few reminders thrown in.
Deadworld - The Last Siesta (2011)
English | CBR | 108 pages | 129.67 MB
An original graphic novel set in the supernatural holocaust of Deadworld! Outside of the dusty and remote town of Juarez, Mexico, new laws have replaced what was once called civilization. The old laws don't apply to the dead - the walking dead - so there had to be new ones. One of the wielders of this new law was the mysterious wanderer, Raga, who was known in the whispers swirling around the land as simply, "The Assassin." There was nothing living... or dead, that he hadn't killed. But now he had a new challenge. However, his plans get disrupted by an unexpected force - the King Zombie and his hoards of zombies! You may be able to kill what's already dead, but how many times?
Deadworld Vol 02 #1-15 (1993-1995) Complete
English | CBR | 15 Issues | HD | 617.86 MB
"New Beginnings and Dead Ends" The group hold up in Michigan has disbanded upon the death of their leader John and Albert is captured by King Zombie. King Zombie wishes for him to become his chronicler...something to pass on to posperity. King Zombie must deal with the Demon Lord who is powerless and must continue the search of his mysterious life forces to complete his transformation in this dimension. Dan and Joey come across a motorcycle gang and to their surprise, find out Donna is with them. Bowker is on a rendezvous mission in a city and comes across Reyna, but can she be trusted...this time. All that and more in this first issue to kick off the second volume of Deadworld. Includes a zombie pin-up gallery drawn by various comic artists.
Deadworld Vol 01 #1-26 (1986-1993) Complete
English | CBR | 26 Issues | HD | 1.24 GB
The critically acclaimed godfather of all zombie comics,with over 1,000,000 copies in print, tackles the undead menace from a different 'supernatural' viewpoint. And this is where it all started. An action-filled,horror series that made its first appearance in 1987 and now has over 100 comic issues & graphic novels of story to entertain horror and even non-horror fans alike. "...amongst the most essential horror titles of the last twenty years." - Peter Normanton, From the Tomb magazine. "This is the original zombie comic and it's easy to see why it's lasted so long." -World's Heavyweight Comics. "It is frightening, haunting, gloomy, grave,and delectably mystifying." - Talking Comics
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