Hercules

Hercules #1-6  Comics

Posted by Coda at Oct. 23, 2016
Hercules #1-6

Hercules #1-6
Marvel, 2016 | CBR/RAR | Spanish | 6 núm. (Completo) | 75.2 MB Totales

DR 036. Incredible Hercules #127-128  Comics

Posted by Lebedev30 at Oct. 12, 2016
DR 036. Incredible Hercules #127-128

DR 036. Incredible Hercules #127-128
Français | CBR | 45 pages | 48.6 MB

Incredible Hercules #113-141 (2008-2010) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Feb. 15, 2016
Incredible Hercules #113-141 (2008-2010) Complete

Incredible Hercules #113-141 (2008-2010) Complete
English | CBR | 29 Issues | HD | 1.40 GB

Hercules and Amadeus Cho are on the run! Witness as Cho's master plan begins to unravel!
Incredible Hercules (2008) #113 continues from The Incredible Hulk (2000) #112

Hercules 001 (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 4, 2015
Hercules 001 (2016)

Hercules 001 (2016)
English | CBR | 24 pages | 38.49 MB

"Still going Strong." The world's first super hero decides it's time to get back in the game, protect the innocent, defend the world, and generally remind everyone why he set the mark for heroism in the first place. Make way…Hercules is back! The greatest son of Olympus is thrown into the fight against threats ancient and modern, and Hercules demonstrates that a legend, no matter how strong he is, survives on his experience and ability to move with the times. A modern world, an age-old hero, and blockbuster action!
Hulk Vol.1 #0.5-11 + The Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #12-112 + Incredible Hercules 113-141 + Annual #1999-2001 (1999-2010) Complete

Hulk Vol.1 #0.5-11 + The Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #12-112 + Incredible Hercules 113-141 + Annual #1999-2001 (1999-2010) Complete
English | CBR | 151 Issues | 2.11 GB

The Incredible Hulk was again cancelled with issue #474 of its second volume in March 1999 and was replaced with new series, Hulk the following month, with returning writer Byrne and art by Ron Garney.By issue #12 (March 2000), Hulk was retitled as The Incredible Hulk vol. 2 New series writer Paul Jenkins developed the Hulk's multiple personalities, and his run was followed by Bruce Jones with his run featuring Banner being pursued by a secret conspiracy and aided by the mysterious Mr. Blue. Writer Greg Pak took over the series in 2006, leading the Hulk through several crossover storylines including "Planet Hulk" and "World War Hulk", which left the Hulk temporarily incapacitated and replaced as the series' title character by the demigod Hercules (Marvel Comics) in the retitled The Incredible Hercules (Feb. 2008).

Hulk vs. Hercules - When Titans Clash (Collide) 001 (2008)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 23, 2013
Hulk vs. Hercules - When Titans Clash (Collide) 001 (2008)

Hulk vs. Hercules - When Titans Clash (Collide) 001 (2008)
English | CBR | 47 pages | 83.70 MB

"BAH! HULK NEED BIGGER BOOK! HULK SMASH PUNY BEARD SKIRT MAN!" Calm down, big fella. You're going to need your strength when you go up against the Lion of Olympus, the INCREDIBLE HERCULES! We're bringing you a BRAND NEW story with THE most SMASHING, CRASHING, BASHING, MASHING and LASHING you've EVER witnessed, and THEN we're giving you some of the greatest HULK and HERC stories from yesteryear! BRING ON THE FIGHT!

Wolverine/Hercules: Myths, Monsters and Mutants #1 (of 4)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at March 6, 2011
Wolverine/Hercules: Myths, Monsters and Mutants #1 (of 4)

Wolverine/Hercules: Myths, Monsters and Mutants #1 (of 4)
CBZ (Minutemen-DTs) | Marvel | Released mar 02 2011 | 24 Pages | 20.06 MB

Gritty scribe Frank Tieri and artist Juan Santacruz bring two of Marvel’s toughest heroes together for an all new limited series, featuring covers by the legendary Joe Jusko! Matsuo—the man who killed Yuriko—is back from the dead and has one mission—kill Wolverine. But when he recruits two deadly foes of Hercules, the Olympian joins forces with Logan to show Matsuo just what it means to battle the best there is at what they do. --

Hercules: Knives of Kush #1-5 (Of 5) Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Jan. 11, 2010
Hercules: Knives of Kush #1-5 (Of 5) Complete

Hercules: Knives of Kush #1-5 (Of 5)
RS & Hotfile | 5 CBR | Radical Comics | Release Dates Aug 12 2009 - Jan 6 2010 | 91.4 MB Total

is a five part miniseries, released through Radical Comics with each issue containing 24 pages of story. It is written by legendary comic writer Steve Moore and features the artwork of Cris Bolson. Knives of Kush is the long-awaited sequel to Steve Moore’s previous Hercules mini-series "The Thracian Wars". A reading of "The Thracian Wars" is not at all essential to understanding the plot of the second book, but obviously it will enhance the reader’s enjoyment. Following the events that occurred in "The Thracian Wars", Hercules and his band of Greek mercenaries were traveling across the Mediterranean sea, bound for the port of Piramesse in the Nile delta, with hopes of then moving on to Memphis to seek work as mercenaries. Events led them to the land of the Pharoahs, however, and this meeting of contrasting cultures and mythos--Greek mythology juxtaposed alongside Egyptian mysticism--makes for a very interesting plot. Moore's interpretation of Hercules goes back to more ancient versions and the artwork is simply fabulous, in keeping with Radical's reputation for painted comic books. Quite good. Issue #5 was sceduled for release last November 25, 2009 yet but was only released January 6, 2010.

Hercules: Knives of Kush #1-4 (Of 5)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 26, 2009
Hercules: Knives of Kush #1-4 (Of 5)

Hercules: Knives of Kush #1-4 (Of 5)
RS & Hotfile | 4 CBR | Radical Comics | Aug 12 - Nov 25 2009 | 71.3 MB Total

is a five part miniseries, released through Radical Comics with each issue containing 24 pages of story. It is written by legendary comic writer Steve Moore and features the artwork of Cris Bolson. Knives of Kush is the long-awaited sequel to Steve Moore’s previous Hercules mini-series "The Thracian Wars". A reading of "The Thracian Wars" is not at all essential to understanding the plot of the second book, but obviously it will enhance the reader’s enjoyment. Following the events that occurred in "The Thracian Wars", Hercules and his band of Greek mercenaries were traveling across the Mediterranean sea, bound for the port of Piramesse in the Nile delta, with hopes of then moving on to Memphis to seek work as mercenaries. Events led them to the land of the Pharoahs, however, and this meeting of contrasting cultures and mythos--Greek mythology juxtaposed alongside Egyptian mysticism--makes for a very interesting plot. Moore's interpretation of Hercules goes back to more ancient versions and the artwork is simply fabulous, in keeping with Radical's reputation for painted comic books. Quite good.

Hercules: The Knives of Kush #3 (Of 5)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 1, 2009
Hercules: The Knives of Kush #3 (Of 5)

Hercules: The Knives of Kush #3 (Of 5)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Radical Publishing | Sep 30 2009 | 32 Pages | 18.8 MB

is a five-part miniseries from Radical Publishing that's a completely new take on the demigod of Greek mythology. Following the events that occurred in "Hercules: The Thracian Wars", the first miniseries from Radical, Hercules and his band of Greek mercenaries are traveling across the Mediterranean sea, bound for the port of Piramesse in the Nile delta, with hopes of then moving on to Memphis to seek work as mercenaries. Instead, events made them doing such work in Egypt, for the Pharoah Seti the Second. Writer Steve Moore manages a really interesting mixing and juxtaposition of both Greek and Egyptian cultures and mythology. His interpretation of the Hercules myth in combo with Egyptian history work to great effect, especially helped by the spectacular paint-like artwork.