The Secret History

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - The Secret History of the Foot Clan (2013) (digital TPB)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - The Secret History of the Foot Clan (2013) (digital TPB)
English | CBR | 104 pages | 195.57 MB

Demons, ninjas, and hostile takeovers-what more can you want from a TMNT comic? Secret History of the Foot Clan collects the thrilling mini-series and reveals a story never told before about the original founder of the Foot. Join the Turtles as they get a history lesson that they will never forget!

Steed and Mrs. Peel v02 - The Secret History of Space (2013)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 28, 2014
Steed and Mrs. Peel v02 - The Secret History of Space (2013)

Steed and Mrs. Peel v02 - The Secret History of Space (2013)
English | CBR | 114 pages | 127.52 MB

Caleb Monroe and Yasmin Liang bring you all-new stories of the original Avengers, as the super-spy duo face a murderous conductor, crack the case of the Suicide Town, and get into a literal race against time. Collecting issues 4-7.
Jenny Sparks - The Secret History of the Authority (2000) (repost) Complete

Jenny Sparks - The Secret History of the Authority (2000) Complete
English | CBR | 5 Issues | 98.8 MB

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 3, 2013
The Secret History of D.B. Cooper (2012)

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper (2012)
English | CBR | 160 pages | 177.26 MB

The most infamous airline hijacker of all time, D.B. Cooper remains on the FBI's most-wanted list almost 40 years after the crime. For the first time, the secret history will be revealed. During the height of the Cold War, a fringe group within the C.I.A. wages a crusade on the deadliest battlefield of all: the mind. Aided by powerful psychotropic compounds, Cooper assists in a campaign of psychic assassination against the Soviets but are his government's motives the same as his own or is his true mission something else entirely? Collecting the hit series from visionary cartoonist Brian Churilla (The Anchor), this volume offers new insights into Cooper's multi-faceted quest.

The Secret History - Book 1-20 (2007-2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 2, 2012
The Secret History - Book 1-20 (2007-2012)

The Secret History - Book 1-20 (2007-2012)
English | CBR | 20 Issues | 660.44 MB

The Secret History is a European comic book series republished in the US by Archaia Press, just like The Killer and the Okko cycles. It was originally planned for seven issues but proved to be so popular they released an issue #8 in April of 2010 and it seems it is now an ongoing. This comic book series is written by Jean-Pierre Pécau, and the artists are Igor Kordey (issues #1, 2, 6, and 7), Goran Sudžuka and Geto (issue #3), and Leo Pilipovic (issues #4 and 5); Carole Beau colors it (with some help from Isabelle Rabarot), Edward Gauvin translates it, and Marshall Dillon letters it (with some help from Joyce El Hayek and Scott Newman). Essentially the story is this: 5000 years ago, an old man gives four runestones to four children to keep them from falling into the wrong hands (their village is being pillaged). The runes are: the Chalice, the Lance, the Sword, and the Shield. The children who receive them are, respectively, Dyo, Reka, Aker, and Erlin. The shaman implores them never to use the runes together and never let them rule their hearts, but once he dies, the children go on their own separate ways, plotting and scheming to collect all four runestones and posess ultimate power, down through the ages–the rune-holders, or archons, as they're called, seemingly given immortality by the runes.

3 Story - The Secret History of the Giant Man (2009) HC  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Oct. 2, 2012
3 Story - The Secret History of the Giant Man (2009) HC

3 Story - The Secret History of the Giant Man (2009) HC
English | CBR | 193 pages | 157.83 MB | By: Matt Kindt

What would it be like to stand head and shoulders above everyone else – and to keep growing? Unable to interact with a fragile world that isn't built to withstand your size? To live in a house that doesn't fit you anymore – with a wife who doesn't either?
Craig Pressgang's life is well documented in his official CIA biography, Giant Man: Pillar of America, but the heroic picture it paints is only half the story. The continuous growth caused by Craig's strange medical condition brings a variety of problems as he becomes more isolated and unknowable. Told in three eras by three women with unique relationships with Craig, 3 Story follows his sad life from his birth to the present.

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 05 (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 21, 2012
The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 05 (2012)

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 05 (2012)
English | CBR | c2c + noAds | 25.29+22.31 MB

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 04 (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at June 21, 2012
The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 04 (2012)

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 04 (2012)
English | CBR | 33 pages | 24.33 MB

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 03 (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 18, 2012
The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 03 (2012)

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper 03 (2012)
English | CBR | 33 Pages | 24.66 MB

The Secret History #1-14 (2007-2011) Complete (Repost)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 14, 2012
The Secret History #1-14 (2007-2011) Complete (Repost)

The Secret History #1-14 (2007-2011) Complete (Repost)
Archaia Press | CBR | 14 Issues | Two Cycles | 453.07 MB

The Secret History is a European comic book series republished in the US by Archaia Press, just like The Killer and the Okko cycles. This comic book series is written by Jean-Pierre Pécau, and the rotating artists are Igor Kordey, Goran Sud?uka, Geto, and Leo Pilipovic; Carole Beau colors it (with some help from Isabelle Rabarot), Edward Gauvin translates it, and Marshall Dillon letters it (with some help from Joyce El Hayek and Scott Newman). Essentially the story is this: 5000 years ago, an old man gives four runestones to four children to keep them from falling into the wrong hands (their village is being pillaged). The runes are: the Chalice, the Lance, the Sword, and the Shield. The children who receive them are, respectively, Dyo, Reka, Aker, and Erlin. The shaman implores them never to use the runes together and never let them rule their hearts, but once he dies, the children go on their own separate ways, plotting and scheming to collect all four runestones and posess ultimate power, down through the ages–the rune-holders, or archons, as they're called, seemingly given immortality by the runes. Intended for mature readers because of adult content.