Prometheus (Promethee) T01-T14 (2008-2017)
English | CBR | 14 Issues
A SERIES OF UNEXPLAINED EVENTS ARE AFFLICTING THE WORLD, DAY AFTER DAY, AT 13:13 PM EXACTLY.
But what is the origin of these planetary wide anomalies?
As the threat of Apocalypse hangs over the whole planet, it would seem that the future of Humanity has been plunged into chaos and obscurity... Heralding the worst for civilization.
The Summer of Irreverence v01 (2016)
English | CBR | 59 pages | 63.46 MB
Mexico, August 1923. Edward Weston has just abandoned his wife and children and joined his mistress Tina Modotti. Daughter of Italian emigrants, Tina started out on a career as a Hollywood actress before discovering a passion for photography, in Edward's wake. In Mexico, the lovers soon discover that revolution goes hand in hand with artistic expression. The walls of public institutions are colored with the vibrant paintings of Diego Rivera, Xavier Guerrero and all those who would go down in art history as ' the muralists.' In this pivotal period between the old world, still struggling in the aftermath of the First World War, and the new world, yet to be constructed, Tina and Edward become deeply involved in the artistic political movement of the epoch. For Tina, sex, freedom, art and politics become the pillars of her lifestyle, leading her to sometimes make choices that are difficult for Edward to deal with. But passion burns the senses, and suffering kindles the fires of creation...
The Midlife Crisis (2016)
English | CBR | 64 pages | 105.77 MB
Usually around about the 40 mark, the human male has a habit of leaving his well-worn spouse in search of greener pastures. As they say, the grass is always greener on the other side. Florence Cestac dissects this subject of common interest, from the very first symptoms right up to the final outbreak, via the pangs of "bathrobe-sofa" depression. "You're the love of my life! But with her, it's something else... she's a fairy," declares our hero with the touching honesty of a male en route to adventure. So once our hero's skipped off into the sunset with his fairy, our heroine begins asking herself a series of counter-productive questions regarding her general attitude and in particular her cellulite. She then 1). Discovers that everyone else knew about it all along 2). Listens to the questionable opinions of her girlfriends 3). Attempts to rekindle old flames dug out of her old phone book and to kindle new ones in her local DIY store. She explains to her kid that Daddy "just took a little jaunt over to Mars," which the kid in turn interprets as "Daddy flew to Mars with a slut that Mommy doesn't like." She manages to raise her spirits with "tiptopform," drinks a bit, weeps a lot, and buries the dog who decided to die right in the middle of it all - cherry on the cake. Anyway, she "handles it" and she survives. Between giggles and anguish, this will touch anyone who's ever felt the sting of that wonderful thing we call love. Disarmingly frank, with endearingly crude humor and a perfect understanding of her subject, this is Florence Cestac on top form.
Hearts at Sea (2016)
English | CBR | 59 pages | 112.83 MB
Jean-Paul is a shy, slightly gawky young man leading a rather unremarkable life in which his oppressive mother is all too present. As the anniversary of his father's death approaches, he feels increasingly dissatisfied with his life, and increasingly aware of his loneliness. It's time for things to change. So, without telling anyone, he embarks on a singles cruise and takes his first steps in a brave new world.
Flora and the Shooting Stars (2016)
English | CBR | 66 pages | 48.12 MB
40-year-old Flora has just gone through a bitter divorce after 20 years of marriage. Thankfully, she can count on the support of her friends: Roxane, the cool hippie who loves to garden, Lea, the tireless career woman, and her old neighbor, Venerable. Like her friends, Flora would love to find her soul mate, but it's just not that simple. She has several promising dates, but once the first flush of passion is over, her lovers seem to disappear into the night. Why does this keep happening? Is she not attractive enough? Is she so difficult to be around? Or is she being sabotaged by someone close to her? A story for the divorced (and perpetually single) 40-somethings who just want to take a moment to catch their breath, and maybe even enjoy their singledom, told through the eyes of Flora and her hilarious entourage.
Weapons of the Metabaron (2008)
English | CBR | 57 pages | 94.4 MB
The seminal series' spin-off story recounting how the mightiest warrior in the universe built his arsenal of war. The creative trio of Jodorowsky, Charest, and Janjetov shows us how the Metabaron assembled the galaxy’s most powerful and destructive weapons in an effort to secure his position as the universe’s ultimate warrior. Travis Charest's (Artist of Wildcats, WildC. A. T. s/X-Men: The Golden Age, and Star Wars comics Cover Artist) interpretation of 'The Metabarons' mythology.
Paradise Lost (2016)
English | CBR | 314 pages | 103.39 MB
Paradise Lost, Milton’s epic poem, charts humanity’s fall from grace and the origin of the struggle between God and Satan, good and evil, life and death. In the aftermath of the Angels’ devastating defeat in the war for Heaven, Satan determines to seek his revenge. Meanwhile, Adam and Eve have newly awakened in the Garden of Eden …
First published nearly 350 years ago, Paradise Lost has now been reimagined by the Spanish artist Pablo Auladell. His astonishing artwork portrays the complexity and tragedy of one of the great stories of all time. His bleak and surprising imagery captures the lyricism of Milton’s original for a new audience, and is a masterful tribute to a literary classic.
English | CBR | 93 pages | 173.89 MB
Hubert is a solitary man who shapes his life by going to museums. He talks to few people and only about museums and art. When his neighbor downstairs, a lonely woman, tries to seduce him, he doesn't understand. He takes photos of the pictures he likes—usually of beautiful women—and paints copies of the paintings at home. There is only one real woman who fascinates him; she lives in the opposite building and he can see her balcony from his window. One of the most beautiful graphic novels Jonathan Cape has ever published, Hubert marks the beginning of a great career.
The Man Who Shot Lucky Luke (2016)
English | CBR | 69 pages | 123.97 MB
Does Lucky Luke know what he's getting himself into when he arrives at Froggy Town on a stormy night? As in many cities of the Wild West, a handful of men pursue the madcap dream of finding gold. Luke is just looking for a place where he can make a quick stop to replenish his tobacco supplies. But he can't refuse the request for help made by a committee of citizens to find the gold that was stolen the previous week from the poor miners. With the help of Doc Wednesday, Lucky Luke leads a dangerous investigation while facing up to the ruthless siblings - the Bones brothers.
Elves v01-v13 (2013-2017)
English | CBR | 13 Issues
FIVE RACES IN THE SAME WORLD, FIVE WRITERS AND FIVE ILLUSTRATORS, FOR FIVE ENTHRALLING STORIES!
Set against the backdrop of a shared world, five creative teams explore differing aspects of this Fantasy universe. Each pairing - writer and illustrator - bring their own vision of the world to life, while all five stories together paint a vivid image of this unique setting.
Angor v01 - Runaway (2017)
English | CBR | 48 pages | 71.52 MB
TO ESCAPE FROM THEIR MISERABLE EXISTENCE, THREE TEENAGERS TAKE CONTROL OF THEIR DESTINY.
Three teenagers, Talinn, Evrane, and the very young Corky, live in a small village in the vast Kingdom of Angor. As members of the lowest caste, their future is all mapped out; they have to till the soil and raise livestock alongside their parents. However, all three dream of chivalry, adventure, and freedom. But if they want to be masters of their own destiny, they have to leave the City, no matter the cost.
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