Heavy Metal v1-v36 + 259-290 + Specials + Presents (1977-2018)Heavy Metal v1-v36 + 259-290 + Specials + Presents (1977-2018)
Heavy Metal v1-v36 + 259-290 + Specials + Presents (1977-2018)
English | CBR | 367 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.

2000AD 901-2085, Annuals, Specials (2004-2018)
2000AD 901-2085, Annuals, Specials (2004-2018)
English | CBR | 1176 Issues | Ongoing
Doctor Who Magazine -526 + Specials (2008-2018)Doctor Who Magazine -526 + Specials (2008-2018)
Doctor Who Magazine -526 + Specials (2008-2018)
English | CBR/True PDF | 91 Issues

Previews 292-357 (2013-2018)Previews 292-357 (2013-2018)
Previews 292-357 (2013-2018)
English | CBR/PDF | 66 Issues | Ongoing

Marvel Previews (2017-2018)
Marvel Previews (2017-2018)
English | CBR/PDF | 13 Issues | Ongoing

Previews Adult 291-357 (2012-2018)Previews Adult 291-357 (2012-2018)
Previews Adult 291-357 (2012-2018)
English | PDF/CBR | 67 Issues | Ongoing

DC Previews (2012-2018)DC Previews (2012-2018)
DC Previews (2012-2018)
English | PDF & CBR | 4 Issues

Judge Dredd The Megazine 329-396 (2013-2018)
Judge Dredd The Megazine 329-396 (2013-2018)
English | CBR | 67 Issues | Ongoing

make mine INDIE #1-5 (2016-2017)
make mine INDIE #1-5 (2016-2017)
English | CBR | 5 Issues

In this debut issue of our comics anthology magazine, you'll find information and preview pages on over 50 different comics from some of the best indie publishers and creators in comics.

The Essential Doctor Who #1-12 (2014-2017)The Essential Doctor Who #1-12 (2014-2017)
The Essential Doctor Who #1-12 (2014-2017)
English | CBR | 12 Issues

The first of the new Doctor Who bookazines for 2014
The Essential Doctor Who: Cybermen
Following the success of 2013's 50th anniversary specials, Panini's bookazines continue with a new title: The Essential Doctor Who. Highlights of the first edition include a brand new Cyberman, specially illustrated for this issue by their original designer Alexandra Tynan.
The Essential Doctor Who: Cybermen is a lavish 116-page guide featuring details of every Cyberman episode. There are exclusive new interviews with scriptwriters Neil Gaiman, Gareth Roberts and Marc Platt, choreographer Ailsa Berk and four of the actors who have played Cybermen. The publication also includes archive interviews with Cyberman creators Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis, as well as features on comics, novels, audio stories and Davis' unmade serial The Genesis of the Cybermen.

Marvel Previews (2012-2017)Marvel Previews (2012-2017)
Marvel Previews (2012-2017)
English | CBR/PDF | 85 Issues

Fangoria (2012-2016)Fangoria (2012-2016)
Fangoria (2012-2016)
English | CBR | 11 Issues | Ongoing

A journal about horror movies. Features the bloodiest makeup secrets and the most chilling interviews with all-time greats of horrordom. It previews and gives first looks at the latest horror films.

Star Wars Insider -175 (2001-2017)Star Wars Insider -175 (2001-2017)
Star Wars Insider -175 (2001-2017)
English | CBR | 67 Issues

Mad Magazine -546 (1952-2017)Mad Magazine -546 (1952-2017)
Mad Magazine -546 (1952-2017)
English | CBR/PDF | 47 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.

Dr. Stone v01 ch1-3, 6-12 (Weekly Shonen Jump) (2017)Dr. Stone v01 ch1-3, 6-12 (Weekly Shonen Jump) (2017)
Dr. Stone v01 ch1-3, 6-12 (Weekly Shonen Jump) (2017)
English | CBR | 10 Issues

The Beano -3886 (-2017)The Beano -3886 (-2017)
The Beano -3886 (-2017)
English | CBR | 21 Issues | 1.23 GB

The Beano is synonymous with children's comic publishing in the UK and is well embedded in the general public conscious. It is the second longest running comic ever published in the UK after it's stable mate 'The Dandy'. The word 'Beano' means a merry time, which is an apt title for a comic so full of fun loving and mischievous characters.

Comic Heroes (2010-2017)Comic Heroes (2010-2017)
Comic Heroes (2010-2017)
English | CBR/PDF | 10 Issues

British comic magazine with comic previews mixed in and bagged with supplements.
Comic Book Heroes is a new quarterly magazine from the makers of SFX magazine, celebrating the best in modern comics and the finest in retro. The debut issue features: an Iron Man 2 preview, featuring interviews with Robert Downey, Jr. and director Jon Favreau; the 10 essential Iron Man comics stories; an interview with John Romita, Jr. on Kick-Ass; interviews with the stars of the Kick-Ass film; a complete guide to the DC Universe, including looks at Crisis on Infinite Earths, Final Crisis, Blackest Night and more; an interview with Al Ewing; the pros (including Phonogram's Kieron Gillen) give tips on how to write for comics; a look at Judge Dredd: The Apocalypse War; 6 pages from Superman: Secret Origin by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank; a beginner's guide to Bande Dessinee (French comics); a look back at Tintin; a look at super heroes in computer games; an interview with and a gallery of the art of BPRD artist Guy Davis; the making of Superman: The Movie; a spotlight on Hellblazer; opinion column from Dez Skinn; preview of the Bristol Comics Expo; a look at all the super hero movies coming your way in 2010; comic reviews; an exclusive set of 2000 AD fridge magnets, featuring Judge Dredd, Nikolai Dante, Rogue Trooper (art by PJ Holden), Hammerstein (art by Chris Askham) and the Mighty Tharg; a giant double-sided poster featuring Batman and Robin by Andy Clarke, and American Vampire; plus a free mystery Marvel comic.

Sketch Magazine #1-39, 43 (2000-2014) (Missing #15)Sketch Magazine #1-39, 43 (2000-2014) (Missing #15)
Sketch Magazine #1-39, 43 (2000-2014) (Missing #15)
English | CBR | 39 Issues | 1.24 GB

For the past 10 years and with over 40 issues published, Sketch Magazine has been a leading resource, both in print and online, in the subject of creating comics. From the writing of the story to the publishing of a comic and its promotion, Sketch has continued to provide comic book hopefuls and comic book professionals alike a forum to give and receive How To articles and tutorials, and Sketch will strive to continue to be that leader with more great information!
Each issue is packed with articles, tutorials, how tos, interviews and more. But here's a list of the "big name" featured in each issue.

Weekly Shonen Jump 9, 13-18 (2017)Weekly Shonen Jump 9, 13-18 (2017)
Weekly Shonen Jump 9, 13-18 (2017)
English | CBR | 7 Issues

Weekly manga digital anthology. The numbering for this series continues from Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha.

Famous Monsters of Filmland (1967-2016)Famous Monsters of Filmland (1967-2016)
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.


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