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Angry Birds Comics 011 (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 20, 2016
Angry Birds Comics 011 (2016)

Angry Birds Comics 011 (2016)
English | CBR | 31 pages | 38.26 MB
Conan Le Barbare - Tome 1 - Fureur sur la Frontière (100% Fusion Comics)

Conan Le Barbare - Tome 1 - Fureur sur la Frontière (100% Fusion Comics)
French | CBR | 143 pages | 159 MB

Movie for Kids – Speciale Lucca Comics and Games 2015  Magazines

Posted by crazy-slim at Oct. 27, 2015
Movie for Kids – Speciale Lucca Comics and Games 2015

Movie for Kids – Speciale Lucca Comics and Games 2015
Italian | 68 pages | True PDF | 44 MB
The Beginning of the American Fall: A Comics Journalist Inside the Occupy Wall Street Movement

The Beginning of the American Fall: A Comics Journalist Inside the Occupy Wall Street Movement by Stephanie McMillan
Seven Stories Press | November 13, 2012 | English | ISBN: 160980452X | 144 pages | EPUB | 8 MB

Can a cartoonist and millions of random strangers change the world? The initial stages of their attempt are chronicled in this book of comics-journalism and written observations.

Comics and Sequential Art  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at April 1, 2014
Comics and Sequential Art

Comics and Sequential Art
Poorhouse Press | 1985 | ISBN: 0961472812 | English | 166 pages | PDF | 31 MB

Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 18, 2009
Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Issue #5 Released Aug 5, 2009 | 19 Pages | 38.6 MB
+ Wednesday Comics Issues #1-4

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's , a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 16, 2009
Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Issue #4 Released Jul 29, 2009 | 19 Pages | 41.8 MB
+Wednesday Comics Issues #1-3

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's Wednesday Comics, a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Wednesday Comics #1-3 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 27, 2009
Wednesday Comics #1-3 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #1 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 3 CBR | DC Comics | Issue #3 Released July 22, 2009 | ~3 x 19 Pages | 118.5 MB Total

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This marks the debut of DC's , a new 12-part weekly series launching this summer that will be presented in a and will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week; and the plan is for 16 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Comics Collector's Series: Frank Miller's Ronin #1-6 Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at May 11, 2009
Comics Collector's Series: Frank Miller's Ronin #1-6 Complete

Comics Collector's Series: Frank Miller's Ronin #1-6 Complete
Eng | RS | CBR & CBZ | DC Comics | 154 MB Total

is a six-issue comic book limited series written and drawn by Frank Miller with artwork painted by Lynn Varley and published between 1983 and 1984, by DC Comics. It takes place in a dystopic near-future New York in which a ronin is reincarnated. One of Miller's most stylish works, showing as it does strong influences of Japanese manga, both in the artwork and narrative style.

Classic Comics Collector's Series: The Haunt of Fear Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at April 28, 2009
Classic Comics Collector's Series: The Haunt of Fear Complete

Classic Comics Collector's Series: The Haunt of Fear Complete
Eng | RS & MU | CBR | EC Comics | 1950-1954 | 450 MB Total

is one of three American bi-monthly horror comic anthology series published by EC Comics in the early 1950s. The other two are and . Tales From The Crypt (and its precursor Crypt of Terror]) were already previously posted in AvaxHome. hit newsstands with its May/June 1950 issue and ceased publication with its November/December 1954 issue, producing a total of 28 issues. By then, mounting pressure from sectors disapproving of its contents (considered quite risqué at the time) and the imposition of a highly restrictive Comics Code compelled EC Comics publisher William Gaines to cancel the three comic titles.