WinterWorld #1-3 (1987-1988) Complete
English | CBR | 3 Issues | HD | 130.52 MB
In a bleak and desolate future, when our world has been encased in ice from pole to pole, an amoral adventurer and an orphaned girl form an unlikely alliance, and together fight tooth and nail to stay alive! Out of print for twenty years, this brutal and suspenseful tale of survival in a frozen future by Chuck Dixon and Jorge Zaffino is one of the most influential comics works of the Eighties. Zaffino's stunning work on this story is considered his masterpiece and presented here in black and white for the first time. Included in this deluxe edition of WinterWorld is the never-before-published sequel WinterSea also by Dixon and Zaffino.
Tales of the Beanworld #1-10 (1985-1988)
English | CBR | 10 Issues | 233.78 MB | (of 21)
Tales of the Beanworld is an independently published comic book, created by Larry Marder. Beanworld features stories about the life and times of the Beans, minimalistic characters which Marder has been drawing since childhood. The stories borrow concepts from various world mythologies, popular concepts of ecology, and pop culture.
Kimota! The Miracleman Companion (2001)
English | CBR | 146 pages | 98.43 MB
Alan Moore’s Miracleman predated Watchmen and Dark Knight as the first of the grim, ultra-realistic strips that changed super-hero comics forever. But whatever happened to Miracleman? For the first time, this trade paperback tells all the behind-the-scenes secrets, from the character’s start as the British strip Marvelman, to the legal and creative hurdles during its 24-issue run at Eclipse Comics, and why you never saw the final Neil Gaiman-scripted issue! Sporting a Mark Buckingham cover and an introduction and back cover by Alex Ross, this book features in-depth interviews with Alan Moore, John Totleben, Neil Gaiman, Mark Buckingham, Barry Windsor-Smith, Beau Smith, Cat Yronwode, Rick Veitch, and others! Plus there’s an amazing assortment of unpublished art, uninked pencils, sketches, and concept drawings (including unseen art from the never-published issue #25) by Totleben, Windsor-Smith, Buckingham, Mike Deodato, Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, and more! Special Bonus: a never-published 8-page Moore/Totleben story, "Lux Brevis", and an unused Moore script!
Ms. Tree's #4-27 + Thrilling Detective Adventures #1-3 (1983-1986)
English | CBR | 27 Issues | 928.01 MB
Teen-Aged Dope Slaves And Reform School Girls (1989.Eclipse)
English | CBR | 116 pages | 66.08 MB
Re-presenting eight camp classics in one lurid volume!
Wilderness - The True Story of Simon Girty TPB (1999)
English | CBR | 162 pages | 66.84 MB
Graphic historical biography of Simon Girty, born in 1741 in Northeastern Pennsylvania and died in 1818 as an exile in Canada.
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