Category: Books

BOOM Studios – The Last Broadcast 2015 Comic Retail

BOOM Studios – The Last Broadcast 2015 Comic Retail
English | Size: 583.93 MB
Category: E-book

Travel into the: hidden world of Urban Exploration with the daredevil members of Backbone,: the best UrbEx team in San Francisco. When they discover a secret bunker: belonging to the long-vanished 1930s stage magician Blackhall the: Incredible at the same time a young illusionist receives a mysterious: package involving Blackhall’s death in 1934, both groups dive into the: mystery, not yet realizing it’s about the change their lives forever: `:: Looking for suppliers of quality Ebooks in any language!

0-Day Week of 2019 03 06 Pt1 [DRI]

0-Day Week of 2019 03 06 Pt1 [DRI]
English | Size: 3.38 GB
Category: Tutorial

2000AD 2121 (2019) (Digital-Empire).cbr
2000AD prog 2121 (2019) (digital) (Minutemen-juvecube).cbr
Adventures of the Super Sons 008 (2019) (Digital) (BlackManta-Empire).cbr
Age Of X-Man – Prisoner X 01 (of 05) (2019) (Oroboros-DCP).cbr
Amazing Spider-Man 016.HU (2019) (Oroboros-DCP).cbr

One Punch Man Vol 1-15 (CBR or CBZ) (Digital) (BlackManta-Empire)

One Punch Man Vol 1-15 (CBR or CBZ) (Digital) (BlackManta-Empire)
English | Size: 3.37 GB
Category: Tutorial

Nothing about Saitama passes the eyeball test when it comes to superheroes, from his lifeless expression to his bald head to his unimpressive physique. However, this average-looking guy has a not-so-average problem- he just can’t seem to find an opponent strong enough to take on! Every time a promising villain appears, he beats the snot out of ’em with one punch! Can Saitama finally find an opponent who can go toe-to-toe with him and give his life some meaning? Or is he doomed to a life of superpowered boredom?

Jack Kirby’s Fourth World – DC Comics (CBR or CBZ)

Jack Kirby’s Fourth World – DC Comics (CBR or CBZ)
English | Size: 5.13 GB
Category: Tutorial

Jack Kirby’s Fourth World is a turn of phrase commonly attributed to a family of titles created in the 1970s by writer/illustrator Jack Kirby.

When Jack Kirby returned to working for DC Comics in the 1970s, he introduced what would become known as the Fourth World concept. He created a science-fiction based mythology revolving around ancient space deities known as the New Gods. Similar to the gods of Earth lore, the New Gods were larger than life, possessing fantastic powers, which they used in a never-ending struggle between good and evil. The original Fourth World concept was intended as part of a finite epic saga, but for reasons that have never been satisfactorily explained, was never brought to its ultimate fruition.