Dinosaurs vs Aliens (2012)
English | CBR | 81 pages | 200.51 MB
From the minds of acclaimed filmmaker, Barry Sonnenfeld (Men In Black), and superstar graphic novel creator, Grant Morrison (Batman, The Invisibles, Action Comics, 18 Days), comes Dinosaurs Vs. Aliens, by Liquid Comics. The story focuses on a secret world war battle that was never recorded in our history books. When an alien invasion attacks Earth in the Age of the Dinosaurs, our planet's only saviors are the savage prehistoric beasts which are much more intelligent than humanity has ever imagined!
Chosen #1-3 (2015)
English | CBR | 3 Issues | Ongoing
Chosen is a high-octane action thriller about a Detroit kid, the least likely candidate to be the latest reincarnation of an Eastern spiritual master whose tradition goes back for generations. Despite all outward contradictions, the teen's powers -- refined over centuries worth of incarnations -- start to manifest in him and propel him onto a journey that starts in the Urban grit of Detroit's 8 Mile and take him all the way to the even grittier underground gangland of Mumbai.
Coming of Rage #1-3 (2014) Complete
English | CBR | 3 Issues | 108.12 MB
From Wes Craven (Director of "Scream" and "The Nightmare on Elm Street") and Steve Niles (Writer of "30 Days of Night"). Two masters of horror unite for the first time! Featuring art by Francesco Biagini and Liquid Studios.
"About a year ago I had the beginning of an unwritten joke come into my head: A Vampire, a Werewolf and a Zombie walk into a bar... Just that. What was the punch line? Who cares -- I just liked the sound of it. My imagination went crazy thinking about what could happen when three such impossibly different characters were thrown together. I'd never seen anything like it, and I wanted to know their story. So, it had to be written. I met with comic book legend Steve Niles, (30 Days of Night). We hit it off, and decided to beat out the story of a very special young man's coming of age, and the two unlikely friends who helped him to survive it. After a bit of hard, fun work, a five issue series of comic books was born, telling not only the story of how these three ended up on the run together, but how the central character, Ritchie, lost his innocence and became one of the most powerful vampires in the world. And the title would be COMING OF RAGE." - WES CRAVEN
The Stranded (2008)
English | CBR | 126 pages | 92.13 MB
In THE STRANDED, five seemingly ordinary people must face the terrifying question: What if your entire life - your childhood, your family, your memories - was a lie? For the Stranded - Sisera, Endo, Drum, and Cullen, it's true. They are unknowingly from another world, and now their past is returning to destroy them...literally.
One by one, the Stranded are assaulted by Janus, an assassin working for an otherworldly force that seeks their destruction. Their only hope: Tamree, a mysterious woman sent to Earth to protect them. She must awaken the buried memories of the Stranded, along with their unique psychic and physical abilities. But even if they can defeat Janus and his unseen masters, they must also deal with one of their own: one who, damaged and unable to deal with her incredible new powers, cuts a swathe of devastation across the Earth.
Game Keeper Omnibus (2011 SC TPB)
English | CBR | 262 pages | 254.51 MB
An original graphic novel created by filmmaker Guy Ritchie (Snatch, Sherlock Holmes)! For ten years he has lived a lie, telling himself that he nurtures life, when once he merely took it. But only now does he finally embrace the truth... that he is closer to the wild than he is to his own humanity. He is nature's remedy to man's disease. The man known only as Brock lives a quiet existence as gamekeeper of a secluded Scottish estate, until paramilitary mercenaries storm the estate and kill Jonah Morgan - the owner and Brock's friend. Now, Brock faces his dark past and the events he had sworn he'd forget. Obliged to avenge Jonah's death, Brock must leave his tranquil life and journey deep into an unfamiliar, urban underworld. But as he gets pulled in deeper, it's difficult to tell who has more power, Brock, the man, or the animal within. Featuring an introduction by Guy Ritchie, this omnibus collects Gamekeeper issues #1-10.
English | CBR | 60 pages | 74.41 MB
Young Vimal is an outcast, constantly bullied and brutalized by his peers. Having never met his father, he has been told by his schoolmates that he''s the horrific offspring of a demon that impregnated his noble mother. When he accidentally awakens Jara, an actual demon of sinister beauty and malevolent power, from a centuries-long slumber, his life takes a turn for the evil. Fed by the boy''s anger and pain, Jara twists the trauma into a thirst for vengeance, offering him a ''magic'' powder with which to exact revenge on his tormentors. But such gifts come with a price... This original tale is the first East-meets-West collaboration between British comics'' master Mike Carey (X-Men, Lucifer, Unwritten) and Indian writer Samit Basu (Devi, Tall Tales).
John Woo's Seven Brothers Vol. 2 - The Blood That Runs (2012) (Digital TPB)
English | CBR | 142 pages | 133.88 MB
The second volume in the Seven Brothers series. First, they were strangers. Individuals from all across the globe linked by an unlikely destiny and an unknown blood tie. Now, they're a family. And like all families, they've got their issues. So when a mysterious figure from a past Rachel Kai thought she put behind her comes gunning for all their blood, the 7 Brothers must join forces once again to save the life of one of their own! Written by Benjamin Raab and Deric A. Hughes (writers on the television show, Warehouse 13), and with pencils by Edison George (Silver Scorpion, Eternity Kill), this next chapter in the saga of an unlikely band of brothers charts a bold new course for these heroes that promises to thrill fans both old and new!
John Woo's Seven Brothers Vol. 1 - Sons of Heaven, Son of Hell (2012) (Digital TPB)
English | CBR | 146 pages | 119.12 MB
Created by acclaimed filmmaker John Woo, (Mission Impossible 2; Face-Off; Red Cliff) and written by acclaimed comic book writer Garth Ennis (Punisher, The Boys, Preacher) with striking artwork from Jeevan J. Kang (Nowhere Man, Ramayan 3392AD, H20). The first graphic novel from superstar action film director John Woo. Six hundred years ago, a mighty treasure fleet set out to sail the oceans of the world. They reached every continent, and discovered every land long before history's great explorers stole credit for their feats. Now, in modern day Los Angeles, seven men with nothing in common but their destinies are drawn together in the service of a mysterious young woman. An ancient prophecy must be fulfilled. Something terrible is reaching out across the centuries. There's a world to be saved, and the only hope for us all is a power too terrifying to be used.
"Seven Brothers is a natural combination of Woo and Ennis. In both of their best works, the major themes addressed are brotherhood and the application of stylish but excessive force. Ennis excels in bringing a defined identity and a sense of realism to a fantastic tale." - Fractal Matter
"An illustrative tour-de-force that seizes your eyes and imagination by the throat and throttles you with every turn of the page..." - The Comics Review
"Ennis brought his A game to this project." (Rating 8/10) - Bam! Kapow!
"If you're a fan of action movies in general, I think you'll like this." - Indy Comic Review
"There's a lot of potential in this book, especially with the brothers hailing from all over the world, that could make this the hard-core, uncompromising flipside to NBC's Heroes." - Variety
"This series has it all and is a must read for any comic fan." - Comic Fever
Dead Soldier Vol. 1 (2012) (Digital TPB)
English | CBR | 110 pages | 109.32 MB
From acclaimed filmmakers John Moore (Max Payne, Behind Enemy Lines, The Omen and the upcoming Die Hard 5) and Richie Smyth, comes the story of Colonel John Donner, aka John Doe. It’s the last days of World War One – the Great War. On an obscure patch of mud, a small company of American soldiers fights to the last man against a powerful German offensive. John Doe is the only American survivor of the attack. He wanders alone for days amongst the maze of trenches and blast holes. Shellshocked, badly wounded and without food or medicine, he is lost. Through a twist of events, Donner is transformed into a creature of unthinkable power, a monster that pledges he will avenge the deaths of his fallen comrades, not only on the muddy battlefields of WWI, but across the generations to the slaughter-fields of the "War on Terror." With abnormal strength and agility he hunts his enemies. But Donner’s actions have not gone unnoticed – and he will soon face an enemy from a place he could never have contemplated.
"Donner is transformed by the evil in mankind and our unquenchable appetite for it and so, Donner can never be killed. He is the first Metaphorical Superhero. He is the product of intention." - John Moore
"One of the foundations of a good war story is that war can turn that horrible child that cut off cats' tails into a hero, and that it can change a moral optimist into a demon. Much the way The Walking Dead starts at the end of a horror movie, and expands on what life would be like after the credits, Dead Soldier shows you the life of the former soldier once he has embraced his demonicness." (Story Rating 5/5; Art Rating 5/5) - iFanboy
"You need to read this! Immediately! Dead Soldiers is DARK. Dark and suspenseful. Dark, suspenseful and, wait for it, well-written. A triple threat!" - Tor.com
Nowhere Man Vol. 1 (2012) (Digital TPB)
English | CBR | 107 pages | 81.80 MB
What if you could have the world of your dreams...and all it cost you was every private thought you ever had. Five hundred years in the future, the government monitors everything - including your most private thoughts. Everyone on earth has been infected with a virus that allows a central computer known as the Omnimind, to tap into and analyze people’s thoughts. As a result, all crime has been eliminated from society for decades, until a violent murder shatters the fragile social facade. Searching for answers, a group of rebels have engineered the ultimate weapon: a genetically altered child, born immune to the virus. With the ability to act undetected, he's the only one on the planet that can elude the elaborate apparatus of the suffocating Ominimind. Now in a society where security is the paramount concern, the hunt is on for the one flaw in the system that might bring the whole house of cards crashing down. Created and written by Marc Guggenheim (Amazing Spider-Man, No Ordinary Family, Halcyon), with artwork by Jeevan J. Kang (John Woo’s Seven Brothers, The Sadhu, Ramayan 3392AD). Issue #1 of the comic series ranked as #4 in Newsarama's Newsworthy New Releases.
“This concept of privacy being essential to individualism will be an interesting topic to explore. Nowhere Man #1 is certainly worth a look. (8.1 out of 10)” – Crave Online
“It’s got a lot of great action, and the story is moved along flawlessly. If you haven’t heard of this comic before, well you should have. More importantly you need to pick this book up.” - One Geek Nation
“Minority Report from the other side of the cell leads to an arresting ride.” – Broken Frontier
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