Power Man & Iron Fist Epic Collection Heroes For Hire (2015)
English | CBR | 443 pages | 866.92 MB
Marvel’s stronger-than-steel man of the streets, Luke Cage, partners with the mystic kung-fu master Iron Fist in the beginning of one of the greatest teams in comic-book history! Together, Power Man and Iron Fist are heroes for hire, taking on any any job, any challenge — so long as their clients can meet the price. But both heroes have long pasts and old foes out to destroy them. Between those menaces and making ends meet, it’s a life short on downtime and long on action! This inaugural Epic Collection features the beginning of our heroes’ partnership; guest appearances by the X-Men, and Colleen Wing and Misty Knight — the Daughters of the Dragon; and classic villains including Nightshade, Bushmaster and Sabretooth!
Collects Power Man (1974) #48-49, Power Man & Iron Fist (1978) #50-70.
Avengers Epic Collection - Under Siege (2016) (TPB)
English | CBR | 417 pages | 833.51 MB
Collects Avengers (1963) #264-277, Alpha Flight (1983) #39, Avengers Annual #15, West Coast Avengers Annual #1.
The Masters of Evil take Avengers Mansion! In one of the greatest comic-book epics of all time, Baron Zemo strikes at the very heart of the Avengers as he leads a revamped and larger-than-ever Masters of Evil in an attack on the team's home — and wins! And as if that wasn't enough, Earth's Mightiest Heroes must survive the climax of SECRET WARS II, and a battle for the ages between Kang and Immortus! The Sub-Mariner's membership leads to public protests, but that won't stop the Avengers and Alpha Flight from lending a hand during Attuma's assault on Atlantis. Meanwhile an old friend turns enemy: What's gotten into Quicksilver? Two teams of Avengers will assemble to find out!
Elektra - Assassin #1-8 (1986-1987) Complete
English | CBR | 8 Issues | HD | 416.44 MB
An untold chapter in the life of Elektra unfolds, as Marvel's most mysterious assassin begins her journey in an asylum for the mentally insane. Reality and dreams blur together, as Elektra's once-impenetrable mind buckles under the darkness of her past.
Epic Illustrated #1-34 (1980-1986) Complete
English | CBR | 34 Issues | 965.22 MB
Epic was a Marvel Comics magazine that featured groundbreaking artwork and stories that focused on a market for more mature readers. According to the Marvel Bullpen Bulletins from October 1979, the comic was originally supposed to be named "Odyssey", but was renamed after Marvel found out a comic with that name was already being published by another publisher. It was then renamed Epic instead. The series would become a huge success and was even followed by it's own Epic imprint some months later. Many of the individual stories contained within have since been published in trade format among many different publishers.
Moon Knight Epic Collection - Shadows of the Moon (2015)
English | CBR | 507 pages | 861.67 MB
Collects Moon Knight (1980) #5-23.
Ghosts, werewolves and things that go crazy in the night! Marvel's multiple-personality midnight marauder takes the fight to the strangest rogues' gallery in all of comics — from Arsenal, the one-man army, to the nun with a crossbow known as Stained Glass Scarlet. The Jester is no joke, for either Moon Knight or Daredevil. Then there's Morpheus, who's guaranteed to give you sleepless nights. But the old foes are the worst: enemies like Midnight Man and Bushman, who have returned to plague Marc Spector. Or is he Steven Grant? Jake Lockley? As always with Moon Knight, the voices inside his head can be as destructive as the lunatics trying to kill him! Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz hit full stride in a super-hero comic like no other!
Incredible Hulk Epic Collection - Ghosts of the Past (2015)
English | CBR | 462 pages | 834.39 MB
Collects Incredible Hulk (1968) #397-406, Incredible Hulk Annual #18-19 and material from Namor the Sub-Mariner Annual #2, Silver Surfer Annual #5, Dr. Strange, Sorcerer Supreme Annual #2 and Marvel Holiday Special #2.
As one Leader falls, another rises! An epic clash between the Hulk, the Leader and the U-Foes is going to end very badly for the Gamma-brained villain. Rick Jones' girlfriend, Marlo, won't fare any better: She dies! But thankfully, that's not the end of her story. As for the Hulk, he's about to get an offer he can't refuse - one that puts him in charge of the Pantheon! He'll have his hands full with the Juggernaut, the Avengers and Doc Samson. But when Dumb Magician, Fish Man and Shiny-Face show up, it can only mean one thing: the return of the Defenders!
Star Wars Legends Epic Collection - Infinities (Marvel Edition) (2015)
English | CBR | 528 pages | 809.60 MB
Collects Star Wars Infinities: A New Hope #1-4, Star Wars Infinities: The Empire Strikes Back #1-4, Star Wars Infinities: Return of the Jedi #1-4, The Star Wars #0-8.
The stories you know — reimagined! Play "What if?" with the original trilogy in a series of tales exploring the endless possibilities of Star Wars. How would A New Hope have gone if Luke Skywalker missed the target in his attack on the Death Star? What would have become of the Rebel Alliance if Luke perished in the icy wastelands of Hoth during The Empire Strikes Back? What if Return of the Jedi's rescue of Han Solo had gone badly wrong? And in the ultimate alternate take on the galaxy far, far away, follow Annikin Starkiller into The Star Wars in an epic based on the original draft of George Lucas' screenplay!
Silver Surfer - Epic Collection - Freedom (2015)
English | CBR | 467 pages | 821.34 MB
Collects Silver Surfer (1982) #1, Silver Surfer (1987) #1-14, Super-Villain Classics #1; material from Epic Illustrated #1, Marvel Fanfare (1982) #51.
The sentinel of the spaceways soars again! After years trapped on Earth, the Silver Surfer finally breaks free of Galactus's barrier and returns to the stars. His full Power Cosmic restored, he heads for Zenn-La. But the old saying holds true: You can't go home again. While the age-old war between the Kree and the Skrulls heats up once again, the Elders of the Universe target Galactus! But love is the greatest force of all. Will Surfer find it with his old flame, Shalla-Bal? With Galactus's herald Nova? Or with the Celestial Madonna, Mantis? Plus: the origin of Galactus and more!
Ant-Man-Giant Man Epic Collection - The Man in the Ant-Hill (2015)
English | CBR | 436 pages | 782.41 MB
A man of action and a man of science, Dr. Henry Pym invented an amazing growth serum and a cybernetic helmet, and with them he became -- the Astonishing Ant-Man! Pym soon teamed with Janet Van Dyne, the winsome Wasp, and the two tiny titans went on to battle an array of mini- and maxi-sized menaces from the Scarlet Beetle to the Black Knight! But adventures in the microscopic world weren't enough for one of the Marvel Age's first super heroes. Soon, Ant-Man became the biggest Avenger there ever was -- Giant-Man!
Collects Tales to Astonish #27, 35-59.
Blueberry #1-5, Lieutenant Blueberry #1-3 & Marshal Blueberry #1-4
English | CBR | 12 Issues | 716.45 MB
The Last American #1-4 (1990-1991) Complete
English | CBR | 4 Issues | 202.61 MB
After World War III, United States Holocaust Commander Ulysses S. Pilgrim has the unenviable task of restoring Truth, Justice and the American Way...no matter who he has to kill in the process!
Ted McKeever's Metropol #1-12 + AD #1-3 (1991-1992) Complete
Epic | English | CBR | 15 Issues | 195.32 MB
Ted McKeever's epic maxiseries about a walled in city's experiences in what would seem to be 'the end times'.
The plot revolved around a man named John Notochord who gets caught in a battle between Angels and Demons.
There was a follow up series, Metropol AD (1992).
Moonshadow TPB (1989 Epic)
English | CBR | Full Color | 394 pages | 220.76 MB
Written by JM DeMatteis; Art by Jon J Muth and Kevin Nowlan
Moonshadow bills itself as “a fairy tale for grown-ups.” It’s that, and much, much more.
It began in 1968, when a naive young hippie named Sheila Bernbaum was spirited across space by a member of the race of beings called “G’L-Doses” (an anagram for “godless?”). The G’L-Doses’ sole purpose in life is to do whatever strikes their whimsy. This G’L-Dose’s whimsy was to father a son, which Sheila named “Moonshadow.”
Moonshadow grew up as innocent and starry-eyed as his mother had been, having spent his youth reading tales of romance and derring-do. Eventually, the time came to leave the outer-space “zoo” he lived in and set off across the universe. His adventures form a haunting story of his fall from innocence and growth into a man. A moving and beautifully illustrated story, Moonshadow is as close to being profound as any comic ever written.
Collectiion of Moonshadow (1985 1st Series) # 1-12.
67 Seconds GN (1992)
English | CBR | 67 pages | 36.38 MB
Emily Bougue is driven news reporter with a knack for getting into trouble. Brian Fellowes is the best war photographer, and the man in love with Emily, that follows and helps her on her adventures around the world
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