Heavy Metal v1-v36 + 259-285 + Specials + Presents (1977-2017)
English | CBR | 361 Issues | 21.19 GB
First published in 1977, Heavy Metal, the world's foremost illustrated fantasy magazine, explores fantastic and surrealistic worlds, alternate realities, science fiction and horror, in the past present and future. Writers and illustrators from around the world take you to places you never dreamed existed. Heavy Metal was the first magazine to bring European legends Moebius, Tanino Libertore, Phillippe Druillet, Enki Bilal, Pepe Moreno to the U.S. as well as showcasing American superstars Richard Corben, Berni Wrightson and Arthur Suydam. The magazine continues to showcase amazing new talent as well as allowing established creators to have "carte blanche". Heavy Metal magazine is now published six times per year. Most issues feature one serialized graphic novel, several short stories, an artist gallery and artist studio section, a dossier and editorial pages. Featuring Grant Morrison as editor-in-chief (Starting with issue #280) and Kevin Eastman as publisher, this new era promises to boldly go where no magazine has gone before. Explore ancient secrets, forgotten worlds and savage futures...experience Heavy Metal.
Famous Monsters of Filmland (1967-2016)
English | CBR | 17 Issues
Famous Monsters of Filmland was an American genre-specific film magazine, started in 1958 by publisher James Warren and editor Forrest J Ackerman.
Famous Monsters of Filmland directly inspired the creation of many other similar publications, including Castle of Frankenstein, Cinefantastique, Fangoria, The Monster Times, and Video Watchdog. In addition, hundreds, if not thousands, of FM-influenced horror, fantasy and science fiction movie-related fanzines have been produced, some of which have continued to publish for decades, such as Midnight Marquee and Little Shoppe of Horrors.
Rue Morgue #108-138, 173-174 (2011-2013, 2017)
English | CBR | 20 Issues | 2.68 GB
Rue Morgue is a Canadian magazine dedicated to covering "horror in culture and entertainment," taking its name from Edgar Allan Poe's short story "The Murders in the Rue Morgue".
The magazine is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was founded by Editor-In-Chief Rodrigo Gudiño in 1997. The magazine's current Editor-In-Chief, as of the December 2009 issue, is Dave Alexander. The well known Rue Morgue logo was created by the magazine's Art Director, Gary Pullin, and was first published on the cover of its seventh issue.
Rue Morgue was published every other month for a number of years, until January 2005 when the schedule changed to 11 issues per year, with the exception of February. It secured national distribution in Canada with its fourth issue, published in July 1998. It achieved distribution in the United States in January 1999. By 2006 it closed a direct distribution deal for Europe. Rue Morgue is also available in Australia, New Zealand and Asia by import. Though it also finds its way to Mexico and Brazil (and other parts of South America as well).
Mad Magazine -544 (1952-2017)
English | CBR/PDF | 45 Issues | Ongoing
MAD started in 1952 as a 10-cent comic book spoofing other comics. Written by editor Harvey Kurtzman and featuring the artwork of such legendary illustrators as Jack Davis, Will Elder, Wally Wood , Basil Wolverton, Bernie Krigstein and John Severin, MAD transformed humor in comics and inspired generations of artists and comedy writers. Now for the first time, the 23 issues that comprise MAD comics is being offered digitally.
Marvel Fact Files #0-54 (2013-2014)
English | CBR | 55 Issues | 1.83 GB
Bios/guides to popular Marvel characters.
This series is released weekly and is available in multiple countries in print and digital editions.
Marvel Fact Files is a weekly publication that builds up to create a fantastic in-depth guide to the Marvel Universe, packed with information on all the heroes and villains, their weapons, vehicles and technology.
Every issue features original cutaway artwork that reveals hidden secrets, detailed profiles of characters, a history of the teams, and a timeline of Marvel's greatest battles, plus inside information about the history of Marvel Comics.
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