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05-25-2008, 07:29 PM
This Is Not A Discussion Thread

I will be uploading only full series arcs of stuff that I have.......

now on some of these files you will need this program to view as because at the time I first started doin online comics I did not know of this program and was using winrar to unzip the cbr files now I know better so this is the program that you use to view the cbr files


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Avengers Disassembled(complete)
Marvel Civil War(complete)
Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America(5 part series plus the Hardcover edition is included)
House Of M(complete)
Endangered Species(complete)
Messiah Complex(complete)

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Nick Fury's Secret War
X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong
X-Men: The End
Sword Of Azrael
Vengeance Of Bane
Knightfall Part I-The Broken Bat
KnightFall Part II-Who Rules The Night
KnightQuest Part I-The Crusade
KnightQuest Part II-The Search
Hard Boiled

Page 3
Sin City:
Violent Marv aka The Hard Goodbye
A Dame To Kill For
The Big Fat Kill
That Yellow Bastard
Family Values
Hell and Back (A Sin City Love Story)
Daddy's Little Girl
Just Another Saturday Night
Lost, Lonely & Lethal
Sex And Violence
Silent Night
The Babe Wore Red and Other Stories
Elektra:Assasin 01-08(complete)

Page 4
Love And War
The Man Without Fear 01-05
Born Again
Visionaries:Frank Miller Vol 2
Wanted Graphic Novel
Ronin 01-06 uploaded by vahacris
Punisher-The End uploaded by vahacris
The Hulk-The End uploaded by vahacris
Fantastic Four-The End

Page 5
Women Of Marvel Posterbook
Batman:Year One
The Dark Knight Returns
The Dark Knight Strikes Again
Elektra Saga Books 1 and 2
Elektra Lives Again

Page 6
Uncanny X-Men and New Teen Titans in Apokolips...Now
Blade Vol.2: uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog

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Prelude to Batman R.I.P. (Pt.1-3) uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Swamp Thing (Swamp Thing v2 #20-58, #60-61, #63-64 & Annual #2) uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Halo Graphic Novel
Animal Man v2. 01-26 uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Simon Dark #9 uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Frank Miller's RoboCop (1-9) uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Sentences-The Life Of MF Grimm
Superman/Batman-Supergirl(Minuteman Special)
Doom Patrol v2 19-63uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog

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X-23: Target X
X-23: Innocence Lost

Page 9
Ultimate Hulk vs. Wolverine 01-06(Complete)
Ultimate Human 01-04
Ultimate Iron Man vol 1(complete)
Official Handbook To The Ultimate Marvel Universe Vol 1-2

Page 10
The Falcon(1984 Limited Series 01-04)
Batman/Superman-Generations Vol 2-3
Fantastic Four Visionaries Vol 1-5

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Fantastic Four Visionaries Vol 6
The Hood 01-06(Minutemen-Zone Re Scans)
Havok & Wolverine: Meltdown 01-04 uploaded by Reiko
Joker's Asylum #1 - The Joker uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Joker's Asylum #2 - The Penquin uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Joker's Asylum #3 - Poison Ivy uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Joker's Asylum #4 - The Scarecrow uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Joker's Asylum #5 - Two Face uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Simon Dark #10 uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog

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Old Man Logan #66-67 pt 1-2 uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Birds Of Prey:
Showcase 96 #3 (Mar 1996)
Birds of Prey: Manhunt #1-4 (Sep-Dec 1996)
Birds of Prey: Revolution #1 (1997)
Birds of Prey: Wolves #1 (Oct 1997)
Birds of Prey: Batgirl #1 (Feb 1998)
Birds of Prey: The Ravens #1 (Jun 1998)
Birds of Prey (monthly series, Jan 1999 - ongoing)
Birds of Prey: Secret Files and Origins 2003 (Aug 2003)

Page 14
Space Ghost mini-series
Black Canary mini-series
Wonder Girl mini series
Batman-Officer Down
Camelot 3000(DCP Archive Edition)
DC vs. Marvel
Amalgam(1996 Run)(complete)

Page 15
Unlimited Access
Amalgam(1997 Run)(complete)
Batman/Hellboy/Starman #1 - Gotham Grey Evil uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Batman/Hellboy/Starman #2 - Jungle Green Horror uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog

Page 16
Danger Girl Vol 1(complete)
Danger Girl:Kamikaze
Danger Girl:Special
Danger Girl:Hawaiian Punch
Danger Girl:Viva Las Danger
Batman / Danger Girl
Danger Girl:Back in Black
Danger Girl:Body Shots
Danger Girl:3-D Special
Danger Girl:Sketchbook
Spotlight On J Scott Campbell
Bomb Queen I (Royal Flush) #1-4
Bomb Queen II (Queen of Hearts) #1-3
Bomb Queen III (The Good, The Bad and The Lovely)
Bomb Queen IV (Suicide Bomber)
Bomb Queen V (The Divine Comedy)
Bomb Queen vs. Blacklight: Cat Fight
Alpha Flight Classic Vol. 1 TPB

Page 17
Avengers-Defenders War TPB
Rogue TPB
Weapon X-Origin Of Wolverine TPB
Wolverine-Nick Fury-The Scorpio Connection
X-Men-Visionaries Vol 2.
Old Man Logan pt 2 #67
Thor-Vikings 01-05

Page 18
Huntress Year One
Thor-The Origin Of Beta Ray Bill(Classic)
Amazing Fantasy Vol 1-Araña Heart of The Spider Digest
Amazing Fantasy Vol 2-Poison Tomorrow Digest
Araña-The Heart of the Spider 01-12(complete)
Marvel Zombies Vol 1(complete)
Marvel Zombies Vol 2(complete)
Marvel Zombies vs. The Army Of Darkness
Gen 13 volume 1(complete)
Gen 13 volume 2(complete)
Gen 13 volume 3(complete)
Gen 13 volume 4(ongoing)

Page 19
Wolverine Origins 1 to 25 with Annual uploaded by Reiko
Kitty Pryde-Shadow And Flame 01-05
Wisdom 01-06
X-4 01-05

Page 20
X-Men vs Alpha Flight v1 and v2
Astonishing X-Men v2 and Apocalypse-The Twelve
Chicago Morlocks
X-Men: Eve of destruction
X-Men: Age of Apocalypse(10th Ann. Limited)
X-Men Unlimited Vol. 1(complete)
X-Men Unlimited Vol. 2(complete)
X-Treme X-Men(complete)
Godzilla-Dark Horse King of the Monsters Special uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
Ultimate Adventures(complete)
Ultimate Daredevil - Elektra 01-04
Ultimate Elektra 01-04
Ultimate Galactus And Ultimate Vision

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Ultimate Marvel Team-Up(complete)
Ultimate X-4
Ultimate War
Ultimate Secrets
Ultimate Six
Ultimate Power
The Ultimates v1(complete)
The Ultimates v2(complete)
The Ultimates v3(ongoing)
Simon Dark #11 uploaded by Lucky The Wonder Dog
X-Men Origins 1-2 uploaded by Reiko
Cable And Deadpool 01-50(complete) uploaded by Crazy K

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Batman & Huntress -Cry for Blood
Nightwing & Huntress-Cosa Nostra
Wonder Woman-Spirit Of Truth
Batman-War On Crime
Shazam-The Power Of Hope
Superman-Peace On Earth
Camelot 3000(DCP Archive Edition)

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Epic Illustrated 01-34(complete)

Page 24
Old Man Logan pt 3 #68
Marvel Fanfare(1982 classic Marvel graphic novel series)01-60(complete)
Marvel-Your Universe Saga
The Order 01-10

Page 25
Batman-Haunted Knight
Batman-The Ultimate Guide
Marvel Comics Presents 01-12
Legends uploaded by Worf1965

Page 26
The Kingdom uploaded by jasonqwinn28
1980-1984 The New Teen Titans v1 01-40(complete)
1982-1983 The New Teen Titans v1 Annuals(complete)
1984-1985 Tales of the Teen Titans v1 41-59 After New Teen Titans 40(complete)
1984 Tales of the Teen Titans v1 Annual(complete)
1982 Tales of the New Teen Titans Mini Series(complete)
1983-1984 The Judas Contract TPB
1984-1988 The New Teen Titans v2 01-49(complete)
The New Teen Titans v2 Annuals 01-04 (1985-1988)(complete)
The New Titans v2 050-130 (After NTT v2 049)(1988-1996)(complete)
The New Titans v2 Annual 05-11 (1989-1995)(After New Teen Titans v2 Annual 04)(complete)
The Titans(1999)01-50+Annual
JLA/The Titans
The Titans Secret Files
Titans & Legion of Super-Heroes-Universe Ablaze

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Titans-Young Justice-Graduation Day
Captain Carrot & His Amazing Zoo Crew v1 (complete)
Captain Carrot And The Final Ark
The Oz-Wonderland War
JLA-Earth 2
JLA-Liberty And Justice
JLA-Secret Origins
Justice 01-12
Batman And The Outsiders v1 01-32 (1983-1985)
Adventures of the Outsiders v1 033-046
Batman And The Outsiders v1 Annual 01-02 (1984-1985)
Maximum Carnageuploaded by KZA
Secret Wars 1 & 2uploaded by KZA
Five Of A Kind-Outsiders #50

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Simon Dark 13

Page 29
Planet Hulk(complete)
World War Hulk(complete)
World War Hulk Aftersmash(1-shot)
World War Hulk Aftersmash: Warbound
Incredible Hulk #112(which is switched over to The Incredible Hercules)-#121(current)
Hulk 1-6(newest volume)
Colossus-Bloodline(1-5 complete)
Xavier's Security Enforcers
Domino(v1 and v2)
M-Tech - Warlock

Page 30
Joker Hardcover Uploaded By Crazy K
X-Force v1(complete + annuals)
X-Force v2(1-6)
X-Force v3(1-8....current)
New Mutants v1(1-100 complete)
New Mutants v2(1-13 complete)
New Mutants And The X-Men: Home Is Where The Heart Is
New Mutants Graphic Novel

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X-Men-Legion Quest
Marvel Graphic Novel: Thor-I Whom The Gods Would Destroy
Marvel Graphic Novel: Punisher-Blood On The Moors
Marvel Graphic Novel: Silver Surfer-The Enslavers
Marvel Graphic Novel: Dreadstar
Marvel Graphic Novel: Superboxers
Marvel Graphic Novel: Star Slammers
Marvel Graphic Novel: Swords Of The Swashbucklers
Marvel Graphic Novel: Avengers-Emperor Doom
Marvel Graphic Novel: Cloak And Dagger-Predator And Prey
Marvel Graphic Novel: The Inhumans
Marvel Graphic Novel: Excalibur-Weird War III
Marvel Graphic Novel: Avengers-Death Trap(The Vault)
Marvel Graphic Novel: The Punisher-Assassin's Guild
Wolverine #69(Old Man Logan Part 4)

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Marvel Graphic Novel: Wolverine-Bloodlust
Marvel Graphic Novel: Wolverine-Bloody Choices
Marvel Graphic Novel: Silver Surfer-Homecoming
Marvel Graphic Novel: Silver Surfer-Judgement Day
Epic Comics: The Last Galactus Story
Batman R.I.P.(All Books)
X-Men: Deadly Genesis(1-6 + What If?)
X-Men: Rise And Fall Of The Shi'ar Empire(Uncanny X-Men #475-486)
X-Men: Emperor Vulcan(1-5 + What If?)
Secret Invasion: The Infiltration
Secret Invasion
Wolverine #70(Old Man Logan Part 5)
Batgirl v1 1-73(complete)
Batgirl v2 1-6(complete)

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Batgirl-Ghost 1-4(complete)
Terra 1-4(complete)
Marvel Apes 0-4(complete)
Alpha Flight v1(complete)
Alpha Flight v2(complete)
Alpha Flight v3(complete)
Samurai Legend(complete)
True Believers(complete)
Inhumans v6(complete)
Anna Mercury 1-5(Complete)
Ant Unleashed 1-3(complete)
Ant v1(complete)
Ant V2(complete)

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Comic's Greatest World: Arcadia - Ghost
Ghost Special 1
Ghost vol. 1 1-9
Ghost/Shadow 1
Ghost vol. 1 10-17
Ghost/Hellboy 1-2
Ghost vol. 1 18-25
Ghost vol. 1 26-31
Ghost vol. 1 32-36
Ghost Special 2
Ghost vol. 2 1-12

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Ghost vol. 2 13-22
Ghost/Batgirl 1-4
Ghost Special 3
Ghost Handbook

05-26-2008, 01:23 AM
Any post in this area that isnt a thank you, or one post request, will be deleted as of now.

05-26-2008, 02:10 AM

Avengers Disassembled


[01 - Iron Man 84]
[02 - Spectacular Spider-Man 15]
[03 - Thor 80]
[04 - Iron Man 85]
[05 - Spectacular Spider-Man 16]
[06 - Thor 81]
[07 - Avengers #500]
[08 - Captain America & The Falcon 05]
[09 - Captain America 29]
[10 - Iron Man 86]
[11 - Thor 82]
[12 - Spectacular Spider-Man 17]
[13 - Avengers 500 - Director's Cut]
[14 - Avengers 501]
[15 - Captain America & The Falcon 06]
[16 - Captain America 30]
[17 - Fantastic Four 517]
[18 - Iron Man 87]
[19 - Thor 83]
[20 - Spectacular Spider-Man 18]
[21 - Avengers 502]
[22 - Captain America & The Falcon 07]
[23 - Captain America 31]
[24 - Fantastic Four 518]
[25 - Iron Man 88]
[26 - Thor 84]
[27 - Spectacular Spider-Man 19]
[28 - Avengers 503]
[29 - Captain America 32]
[30 - Fantastic Four 519]
[31 - Iron Man 89]
[32 - Thor 85]
[33 - Spectacular Spider-Man 20]
[34 - Avengers - Finale]
d/l all to extract

next up is Civil War

http://img294.imageshack.us/img294/9159/00cwcheckliston3.th.jpg (http://img294.imageshack.us/my.php?image=00cwcheckliston3.jpg)

Civil War


about the story arc:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_War_(comic_book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_War_%28comic_book))

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1HBG13QQhttp://www.megaupload.com/?d=VPGXC0DJhttp://www.megaupload.com/?d=WKAXBUZShttp://rapidshare.com/files/117636222/Complete__Chronological_Marvel_Civil_War.part4.rar d/l all links then extract
1.5 gigs if you need to know....

next is Fallen Son...

Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America


5 part series plus the Hardcover edition is included

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2H2O5QIEhttp://rapidshare.com/files/117671261/Fallen_Son.part2.rard/l all parts then extract

next up is House Of M they are in cbr files which means you need winrar to extract and then "extract to the specific folder"

05-26-2008, 02:42 AM
that is it for tonite catch y'all tommorrow

05-26-2008, 12:20 PM
My father has his whole collection from when he was a kid. I think one of the rare ones he has was IronMan vs. The Flash.

05-26-2008, 12:35 PM
ur killing the industry...eloels...i like the other covers for the fallen son comics btw.

05-26-2008, 12:58 PM
is that a compliment Dusk???

05-26-2008, 01:25 PM

House Of M


House Of M Release/Reading Order

Excalibur #11
Excalibur #12
Excalibur #13
Excalibur #14

House of M Sketchbook
House of M #01
House of M #02
Spider-Man #01

House of M #03
Iron Man #01
Fantastic Four #01
Incredible Hulk #83
Uncanny X-Men #462
Mutopia X #01
House of M #04
Spider-Man #02
Cable/Deadpool #17
Incredible Hulk #84
House of M - Secrets of
New X-Men #16
The Pulse HOM Special
The Pulse #10

Fantastic Four #02
Iron Man #02
Uncanny X-Men #463
House of M #05
Incredible Hulk #85
New Thunderbolts #11
Mutopia X #02
Spider-Man #03
Black Panther #07
New X-Men #17
Captain America #10
House Of M #06

Exiles #69
Fantastic Four #03
Incredible Hulk #86
Iron Man #03
Uncanny X-Men #464
Mutopia X #03
Exiles #70
Spider-Man #04
House of M #07
New X-Men # 18
Wolverine #33

Uncanny X-Men #465
Wolverine #34
Mutopia X #4
Exiles #71
Wolverine #35
New X-Men #19

House of M #8
Spider-Man: House of M #5

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1ZIFS6BNhttp://www.megaupload.com/?d=RHBZ3V3Bhttp://rapidshare.com/files/117696226/hom.part3.rarthese are in cbr files which means you need winrar to extract and then "extract to the specific folder"

next is:

05-26-2008, 02:32 PM
I always wanted to get into comics but it was hard to keep track of the storylines...and comics are a little harder to find overhere than in the US

05-26-2008, 10:51 PM




From Marvel.com

001 House of M: The Day After One-Shot
002 Generation M #1
003 X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1
004 X-Factor v3 #1
005 New Excalibur #1
006 X-Men #177 & #178
007 Uncanny X-Men #466
008 New X-Men #20
009 Mutopia X #5
010 Wolverine #36

011 Generation M #2
012 X-Men: Deadly Genesis #2
013 X-Factor #2
014 New Excalibur #2
015 X-Men #179
016 Son of M #1 Uncanny X-Men #467
017 New X-Men #21
018 Wolverine #37

019 Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1
020 X-Men: The 198 #1
021 X-Men: The 198 Files
022 Son of M #2
023 Generation M #3
024 X-Men: Deadly Genesis #3
025 X-Factor #3
026 New Excalibur #3
027 Uncanny X-Men #468
028 New X-Men #22
029 Wolverine #38
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2TEHVNGPhttp://www.megaupload.com/?d=UKSTP78Mhttp://rapidshare.com/files/117801868/dcmatn.part3.rarnext up is:
Endangered Species

05-27-2008, 12:19 AM

Endangered Species


order :

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=LQGAADZUhttp://rapidshare.com/files/117906779/edsp.part2.rard/l both to extract

next up:
Messiah Complex

05-27-2008, 09:27 AM
Messiah Complex


[01-X-Men Messiah Complex 01 (2007) (c2c) (Archobors-DCP)]
[02-Uncanny X-Men 492 (Both Covers) (2008) (Steam-DCP)]
[05-X-Men 205 (2008) (Lucky-DCP)]
[07-X-Factor 026 (2008) (Wonderland-DCP)]
[09-X-Men v2 206 - Mike Carey - Chris Bachalo (Messiah CompleX 9) (2008) (RIP-ODB)]
[10-Uncanny X-Men 494 (Both Covers) (2008) (Steam-DCP)]
next up:
Nick Fury's Secret War

05-27-2008, 02:31 PM
Ayo Nakhi do you have 30 Days Of Night comics? If so, please don't gice me link on megaupload.

05-27-2008, 02:48 PM
nah no 30 days of night sorry

05-27-2008, 08:09 PM
wow nice inclusion of the Messiah Complex and Endangered....have the Hardcovers of those.

05-27-2008, 08:31 PM
yeah i am tryin to keep in sync as best as possible leading up to Secret Invasion

05-27-2008, 09:28 PM

Nick Fury's Secret War



05-28-2008, 03:16 AM
Wow, I buy a shit load of comics, but some of these huge crossover arcs are just too big and expensive to buy all of. Been grabbing full arcs from various places, but thios would appear to be the new one stop shop.

05-28-2008, 03:36 AM
yes sir I aim to please.....

05-28-2008, 04:47 PM
X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong






all 5 issues in on zip

05-28-2008, 05:26 PM
X-Men: The End


three chapters: 6 books in each chapter





05-28-2008, 05:31 PM
okay I was put on to this series called The Authority...

it is published by DC's imprint Wildstorm....

The Authority is a superhero (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superhero) comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) published by DC Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Comics) under the Wildstorm (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildstorm) imprint. It was created by Warren Ellis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Ellis) and Bryan Hitch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryan_Hitch), and follows the adventures of the Authority, a superhero team mainly composed of Ellis-created characters taken from Stormwatch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stormwatch_%28comic%29) - a title Ellis had previously written.
It is notable for its intense graphic violence, grand scale and visual flair, often described as "widescreen" comics, and the uncompromising attitudes of its characters.

it is actually quite good here is more info on them:


if anyone wants I have Version 1 issues 1-29

I will try to get more but I am not sure if I can

05-31-2008, 09:37 PM
nobody wants this>?/\/\/\/\

05-31-2008, 09:44 PM
X-Men: The End


three chapters: 6 books in each chapter





thank 4 this i'll be reading this soon enough does anybody have the Knightfall Saga

05-31-2008, 10:53 PM
thank 4 this i'll be reading this soon enough does anybody have the Knightfall Saga


Sword Of Azrael


http://www.mediafire.com/?t3y2ubgwce5Vengeance Of Bane


Knightfall Part I

The Broken Bat


KnightFall Part II -

Who Rules The Night


KnightQuest Part I - The Crusade


KnightQuest Part II - The Search





these are not my links cause I do not do Batman so if they do not work pm me and I can get some fresh ones in a day or so.......

06-01-2008, 01:27 AM

Sword Of Azrael


http://www.mediafire.com/?t3y2ubgwce5Vengeance Of Bane


http://www.mediafire.com/?bnnmurcn13gKnightfall Part I

The Broken Bat


http://www.megaupload.com/?d=B3RC5ZIPKnightFall Part II -

Who Rules The Night


http://www.mediafire.com/?wqwjmlhx9zeKnightQuest Part I - The Crusade


http://www.mediafire.com/?ysxxb0xzhc2http://www.mediafire.com/?jptf0xz9tm1KnightQuest Part II - The Search




http://www.mediafire.com/?nucn1d1szglthese are not my links cause I do not do Batman so if they do not work pm me and I can get some fresh ones in a day or so.......

thanks i'll check them when i get off of work appreciate this

06-02-2008, 03:49 AM
I'm looking to read the main story arcs from DC from the last 20 years or so, and I was wondering if anyone could do a basic recommendation for what to read and in what order. I mainly wanted to read the different Crisis arcs and other major arcs that affect the DC world as a whole.

If I was to start with Crisis On Infinite Earths, what else needs to be read before/after and what tie-ins (I'm happy to read all) should be read alongside it and in what order? I've seen this list of tie-ins to the main 12 issue COIE:

All-Star Squadron #50-56
Amethyst #13 (Vol.2)
Batman #389-391
Blue Devil #17-19
DC Comics Presents #78,86-88,94,95
Detective Comics #558
The Fury of Firestorm #41,42
Green Lantern #194-196,198 (Vol.2)
Infinity, Inc. #18-25 & Annual #1
Justice League of America #244,245 & Annual #3
Legion of Super-Heroes #16-18 & Annual #1 (Vol.3)
The New Teen Titans #13,14 (Vol.2)
The Omega Men #31,32
Superman #414,415
Swamp Thing #46 (Vol.2)
Wonder Woman #327-329I've only really read Batman (Dark Knight Returns, Year One, Arkham Asylum, Knightfall, Hush, Long Halloween, Dark Victory, Batman & Son, Resurrection Of Ra's al Ghul etc.) from the modern era of DC.

If anyone can help I'd be much appreciative.

06-02-2008, 03:12 PM
Okay, This has made this site the ONLY forum I want to deal with, I didnt know there were comic fans on here. I appreciate the dLs and will post some of my own in a few days, I will put down my list of online books I have in a few.

06-02-2008, 03:18 PM
yeah i am tryin to get this site poppin a little better than just Gen Chat

06-04-2008, 02:40 PM
Frank Miller
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Miller_(comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Miller_%28comics))

...since Dusk started that poll about Frank Miller I thought I guess I would upload all that I have on him prepare yourselves for a treat people as I love this guys work and I have amassed a few choice titles by him......

remember....if the file is cbr YOU MUST d/l the program that I have in the first post of this thread.

okay here we go:



Written and illustrated by Frank Miller with painted colors by Lynn Varley (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynn_Varley), 300 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/300_%28comics%29) was a 1998 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1998) graphic novel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphic_novel) series (later collected into a single hardcover issue) a retelling of the Battle of Thermopylae (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Thermopylae) and the events leading up to it from the perspective of Leonidas of Sparta (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonidas). 300 was particularly inspired by the 1962 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1962) film The 300 Spartans (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_300_Spartans), a movie that Miller watched as a young boy.http://rapidshare.com/files/120090176/300.rar



Hard Boiled:

Hard Boiled is a comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) written by Frank Miller (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Miller_%28comics%29) and drawn by Geof Darrow (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geof_Darrow), and first published in three issues by Dark Horse Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Horse_Comics) in 1990 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1990). In 1993 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1993) Dark Horse compiled and released the series in a 128-page trade paperback (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade_paperback_%28comics%29) (ISBN 1-878574-58-2 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:BookSources/1878574582)). In it, Carl Seitz, an insurance investigator, discovers he is also a homicidal cyborg tax collector who happens to be the last hope of an enslaved robot race.[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_Boiled_%28comic%29#cite_note-0)
In 2001 Variety (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variety) reported that Warner Brothers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warner_Brothers) was in negotiations with Miller and Darrow to adapt the comic book into a feature film, David Fincher (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Fincher) set to direct and Nicholas Cage (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Cage) to star. The website comics2film stated that Cage informed Cinescape magazine that he was working to produce the film under his company, Saturn Films. Most recently, Miller himself stated that he will be directing the latest version to hit Hollywood. [2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_Boiled_%28comic%29#cite_note-1)
http://rapidshare.com/files/120091800/Hard_Boiled.rarnext up:

06-04-2008, 02:57 PM

Violent Marv aka The Hard Goodbye
First published as Sin City in Dark Horse Presents (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Horse_Presents) issues #51-62 and 5th Anniversary Special (June 1991–June 1992), and reprinted as Sin City (The Hard Goodbye) (January 1993), The Hard Goodbye is the first comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) story that Frank Miller (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Miller_%28comics%29) drew and wrote about the desperate denizens of Basin City/"Sin City". It was originally titled simply Sin City when it was released in the Dark Horse Presents (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Horse_Presents) Fifth Anniversary Special and issues Dark Horse Presents #51-62 , but it was given its own title in trade paperback form. The protagonist (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protagonist) is Marv, a chivalrous yet dangerous and possibly psychotic (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychotic) ex-convict with a penchant for fine coats. Marv meets a mysterious and very beautiful woman at Kadies' bar. The woman seduces Marv much to his surprise and delight, since he doesn't usually attract women due to scars from his many years as a street fighter. Marv wakes up after a one-night stand to discover Goldie, the woman he had just met and had sex with, has been killed in the night. When he hears sirens of the police drawing near (long before anyone but him and the killer could know what had happened) he realizes that he is being framed by someone with a lot of money and influence in Basin City. The thirteen-part serial follows Marv on his single-minded quest to understand why Goldie was killed and bring revenge (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revenge) upon her murderers.
This story is one of three Sin City stories retold in the movie Sin City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_City_%28film%29). In the film version, Mickey Rourke (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mickey_Rourke) plays Marv, Jaime King (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaime_King) plays Goldie and Wendy, Carla Gugino (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carla_Gugino) plays Lucille, Elijah Wood (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elijah_Wood) plays Kevin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_%28Sin_City%29), and Rutger Hauer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rutger_Hauer) plays Cardinal Roark (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roark_family).

06-04-2008, 03:14 PM

A Dame To Kill For

First published November 1993–May 1994, A Dame To Kill For is the second compilation of the Sin City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_City) series. It chronicles Dwight's attempts to rescue Ava Lord, his former fiancée, from her husband and servant, who she says are sadistically (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sadism_and_Masochism) torturing her. Dwight begins to suspect that things aren't what they seem with Ava.

The story begins as Dwight McCarthy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwight_McCarthy), working as a photographer for a grossly overweight man named Agamemnon, saves one of the Old Town prostitutes from one of her customers, whom Dwight was investigating on behalf of his wife; he then drives her back to Old Town. That night, he receives a call from a woman named Ava, asking him to meet her at a seedy bar called Kadie's Club Pecos. Dwight is suspicious of her, as Ava broke his heart four years ago by running off with another richer man, but he agrees to meet her anyway. Marv is also there and greets Dwight. Ava arrives late (as she often used to) and tries to persuade Dwight to take her back, claiming that her life is "a living Hell"; Dwight refuses to listen. Just then, Manute, Ava's husband's valet, arrives and takes Ava away. Dwight goes home, but cannot sleep. He decides to check up on Ava and her new husband, Damien Lord.
He hops a fence and, using his photography equipment, scopes out the estate and, in particular, Ava, who is swimming in the nude. He is discovered and claims that he is simply a Peeping Tom (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voyeurism). Manute, who seemingly doesn't recognize him from the bar, beats him brutally before throwing him from a car into the street. Dwight calls Agamemnon for a ride home and they stop several times for fast food.
As Dwight arrives home, he finds his Ford Mustang (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Mustang) returned and his door unlocked. In his bedroom is a nude Ava. Following a heated argument, they eventually reconcile and make love. Manute arrives and violently beats naked Dwight. Dwight is knocked out of his upper story apartment window to the street below, where he blacks out momentarily. He awakens to see Manute driving off with Ava.
Determined to rescue her, Dwight arrives at Kadie’s, where Marv is in the middle of a squabble with some out-of-town punks. One of them pulls a gun on Marv, who knocks him flat; the rest quickly scatter. Dwight convinces Marv, over several drinks and whilst watching Nancy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Callahan) dance, to help him storm Damien's estate. As they approach the mansion, Dwight insists Marv leave the punk's gun, which Marv has procured, in the car. Marv tackles the guards as a distraction and eventually takes on Manute, ripping his right eye out and beating him savagely.
With Manute and the guards occupied, Dwight makes his way to Damien. When he finds him in his office, he beats him to death. As Dwight begins to realize what he has done, Ava appears, and explains how Dwight was all a part of her plan to get Damien murdered so she could inherit his estate. She shoots Dwight six times, including once in the head. Dwight once again falls out of a window and is picked up by Marv. Upon Dwight's insistence, Marv drives him to Old Town, where Dwight has his old flame, Gail, help him. The girls of Old Town perform surgery on Dwight's multiple bullet wounds, then ask him to leave. He convinces Gail and Miho, a deadly assassin he saved three years prior, to let him stay, and they operate further on him.
Two detectives following up on Damien Lord's death, Mort and Bob, talk to Ava. She claims that Dwight was a stalker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stalking) psychopath (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychopath) who killed Damien out of jealousy. They believe her story, and Mort starts sleeping with her. They interrogate Agamemnon, who tells how Dwight is an upright man who went clean after being a wild alcoholic (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcoholic) with a short temper in his younger days. When they speak with Dwight's landlady (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landlord), she tells about letting Ava in and the resulting loud noises of the fight the night of Damien's murder. Bob doubts Ava considerably now, while Mort, who is still sleeping with her, becomes more on-edge towards his partner. This culminates with Mort killing Bob, then committing suicide. (On an unrelated note, during the scene in which Mort kills Bob, while they are driving in the car you can clearly see Wendy and Marv drive past them, presumably on their way to butcher Kevin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roark_family).)
Meanwhile, Dwight is recovering from his near-fatal wounds and calls Ava to inform her he's coming for her soon. Ava, with her late husband's financial assets, is joining her corporation with the mob boss Wallenquist. Unaffected by Ava's flirting, he warns her not to underestimate him again and tells her to tie up her loose ends with Dwight; he has someone arriving from Phoenix soon to meet her about that.
Dwight (with his new face), accompanied by Gail and Miho, poses as Wallenquist's man from Phoenix. Inside Ava's estate, however, Manute sees past the new face and captures Dwight. Gail and Miho strike from Dwight's car, and Dwight shoots Manute with a hidden .25 he had up his left sleeve. Six bullets fail to kill him, and Manute aims shakily at Dwight as Ava grabs one of Manute's guns, shooting Manute in his shoulder. Manute falls through a window and, upon landing, is stabbed in the arms by Miho, pinning him to the ground. Ava then tries to get Dwight to kill him, telling him that Manute had her under mind control to manipulate her and Damien and that it would be a cruel irony if he killed her now. Dwight finally sees through all the lies and kills Ava.

06-04-2008, 03:23 PM

The Big Fat Kill

First published in five issues November 1994–March 1995, The Big Fat Kill opens in Shellie's apartment, where a drunken former fling is furiously rapping on her door, demanding to be let in. Shellie is obviously scared, but is comforted by Dwight who has gotten a new face (see A Dame To Kill For). Dwight tells the barmaid to let the man and his ensuing entourage in, expressing confidence in his ability to 'handle them'. When the man outside threatens to break down her door, Shellie reluctantly opens it while Dwight hides in the bathroom.
The drunken man, named Jack, talks about his plans to have fun at every bar in town that night and insists Shellie call in some of her fellow co-workers to come along. Shellie refuses and it culminates in Jack hitting her in the face. He then goes to the bathroom where Dwight is hiding in the shower stall. Getting the jump on Jack, Dwight holds a straight razor to his eye and tells him to stop bothering Shellie.
When Jack scoffs at the threat Dwight dunks his head into the toilet (where Jack had been urinating (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urinating) the minute before) until his body goes limp.
Jack awakens a few seconds later and storms out, demanding that his group not mention these events. Shellie investigates the apartment and finds Dwight on the ledge outside the building. After ensuring her safety, Dwight becomes worried that Jack will cause more trouble and must be stopped somehow. He jumps off the building, ignoring Shellie's muffled yell that sounds like "Stop!".
As Dwight speeds toward Jack's car, his speeding has caught the attention of the police. A police car follows them both, but stops and turns around once the cars enter Old Town, the area of Sin City full of and run by the prostitutes of the area.
As Jack spots a young girl named Becky walking alone in a dark alley, he follows beside her, asking coyly for her services and constantly being rejected. Dwight follows close behind and is then caught off guard by Gail, one of Old Town's most experienced hookers and guardians. She advises Dwight to stay put and let the girls handle Jack themselves. As Dwight spots Miho on the roof, he uncomfortably agrees and watches as the alley is closed off.
Meanwhile, Jack continues to pester Becky, escalating to outright anger at the egging on of his friends. He finally pulls out a handgun and aims it at her. Instead of being scared or surprised, Becky is instead filled with pity, proclaiming that he has just done the dumbest thing in his life. Immediately afterward Miho throws a Manji (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manji)-shaped projectile that cuts off Jack's hand, then descend on the car and quickly kills every man but Jack.
During the attack, Dwight has an impending sense that something is wrong but can't place his finger on it. Miho and Jack get in a standoff. As Dwight tries to make Jack quit his foolish game, Miho sabotages his gun by throwing a plug into the barrel. When Jack tries to shoot the intervening Dwight his gun backfires, sending the slide into his forehead. Miho finishes him off by slicing his neck, making 'a Pez dispenser out of him'.

As the girls loot the corpses, Dwight searches Jack's person and finds a police badge revealing him to be Detective Lieutenant "Iron" Jack Rafferty. Then he realizes that Shellie was screaming "COP!". This is bad for all of Old Town, as the shaky truce between the police and the girls will be all but shattered. Gail starts proclaiming they'll fight anyone who tries to take them out while Dwight tries to recommend disposing the bodies before anyone suspects anything. Finally, after a tense argument between Gail and Dwight, the girls agree to hide the bodies in the Pits (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tar_pit) as Dwight recommended.
After acquiring a car, slicing up all the bodies to stuff in the back trunk and leaving Jack in the front seat due to lack of space, Dwight begins the rainy drive to the Pits. On the way there, Dwight begins to hallucinate that Jack is egging him on. Although Dwight knows he is hallucinating, he cannot quiet the gibbering corpse. With his mind not completely focused, his driving suffers, attracting police attention again. As he contemplates whether or not to kill the cop, he brakes hard. Jack's body slumps forward, hiding the neck wound and the gun casing lodged in his head. The cop looks through Dwight's window and notices the corpse, believing it to be an unconscious, drunken friend. Dwight tells the cop he's the designated driver (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Designated_driver). The cop then notifies Dwight that he's driving with a broken taillight, and lets him off with a warning.
At the Tar Pits, Dwight is attacked by Irish mercenaries (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercenaries). One fires a bullet at his heart, and Dwight falls, appearing to be dead. While the mercenaries are arguing about how good America is, one finds Jackie Boy's badge, which has the sniper's bullet they fired lodged in it. Dwight pounces and quickly disposes of four of them, but is knocked out by a grenade that ignites the T-Bird's gas-tank, is sent flying, and falls into one of the pits along with the car. One of the mercenaries decapitates Jackie Boy's corpse, taking the head and leaving Dwight for dead, slowly sinking into the pits. Miho rescues him and Dwight begins to figure out that there is a snitch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snitch) in Old Town who informed the mob that a cop was murdered by the Old Town prostitutes. Along with Miho and her driver, Dallas, he takes off in pursuit of the remaining mercenaries.
Back at Old Town, Gail has been ambushed and kidnapped by Manute, who has survived the previous assaults of Dwight and Miho. Gail is tortured but refuses to "facilitate" the process of surrendering Old Town. It becomes clear that Becky had sold out Old Town for money and her mother's safety. Gail bites and rips a chunk off of Becky's neck in anger, vowing that she deserves worse.
Dwight, Dallas and Miho realize they must recover Jackie Boy's head. They cut through backroads to reach the Projects, where they catch up with their targets. Dallas rams the car into the mercenaries' and she ends up getting gunned down by one of them. After dodging some grenades, Dwight corners Brian, the last mercenary, in the sewers. Dwight is caught off guard by more grenades and is about to be cut up until Miho arrives to finish Brian off. With the head in tow they go off to rescue Gail and Old Town.
As the gangsters prepare to further torture Gail, and kill Becky, an arrow shoots through one of the henchmen with a note prompting a trade: Jack's head for Gail's life.
As Dwight stands alone in an alley outside the gangsters' building with the head, outnumbered and outgunned, the trade is made: Gail being freed and the head, now bandaged up, handed over. Becky questions why the head is now bandaged when it wasn't before. Dwight then triggers the grenades stolen from the last mercenary, exploding the head.

The gangsters now realize they are in a trap as the girls of Old Town reveal themselves, heavily armed also, on the roof. Before any defensive measures can be taken, the men and Becky are gunned down.
The story is one of three from Sin City related in the film Sin City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_City_%28film%29). In the film, Clive Owen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clive_Owen) plays Dwight, Brittany Murphy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brittany_Murphy) plays Shellie, Benicio del Toro (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benicio_del_Toro) plays Jack, Rosario Dawson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosario_Dawson) plays Gail, Devon Aoki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devon_Aoki) plays Miho, Alexis Bledel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexis_Bledel) plays Becky, and Michael Clarke Duncan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Clarke_Duncan) plays Manute.
A notable difference from the comic version is that Becky survives the final gunfight by hiding in a nook in the alley, leaving her alive for the final "epilogue" scene of the movie which ends when she meets The Salesman from The Customer is Always Right, who had been introduced in the movie's prologue. He then offers her a cigarette just like he did in The Customer is Always Right. There is also a deleted/extended scene from the movie, where Manute and two thugs actually escape the gunfight, bloodied and battered, only to be cornered by Miho in the alley. Miho then tosses the sword right through the two thugs, and finally and definitely kills Manute by bisecting him with a scythe.

06-04-2008, 03:34 PM

That Yellow Bastard
First published in February 1996–July 1996, That Yellow Bastard is a six-issue comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) miniseries, and the sixth in the Sin City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_City) series. It follows the usual black and white noir style artistry of previous Sin City novels. That Yellow Bastard is currently under publication by Dark Horse Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Horse_Comics); the first edition became available in July 1997 (ISBN 1-56971-225-5 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:BookSources/1569712255)).
The story begins more than eight years before any other Sin City book takes place, with possibly the most noble, and heroic protagonist (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protagonist) in the Sin City universe, policeman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Policeman) John Hartigan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hartigan) (suffering from severe angina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angina_pectoris) problems) on his final mission before his forced retirement. Roark Junior, son of one of the most powerful and corrupt (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_corruption) officials in Basin City, is indulging his penchant for raping (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_sexual_abuse) and murdering pre-pubescent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puberty) girls. It is Hartigan's mission to rescue Junior's latest quarry, a thin eleven-year-old named Nancy Callahan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Callahan).
Hartigan succeeds in rescuing Nancy by disabling Junior's getaway car, which was being guarded by two guns-for-hire with 'delusions of eloquence', Burt Schlubb and Douglas Klump. Hartigan knocks them out and kills the twin guards Benny and Lenny. He chases the escaping Junior to the pier and then proceeds to use his revolver to surgically shoot off Junior's left ear, right hand, and genitals. Before he can finish Junior off, Hartigan's corrupt partner Bob, who fears angering Senator Roark, shoots Hartigan several times. Hartigan then stalls Bob for as long as he can to save Nancy when backup arrives, going so far as to pull a spare gun and have Bob unload his gun on him. Bob leaves the fallen Hartigan who, with the scared Nancy in his arms, goes unconscious.
Roark Jr. lapses into a coma (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coma) from his injuries, and Senator Roark takes issue with the abuse of his son. Hartigan finds himself alive thanks to Roark who does not wish for Hartigan to die but suffer for the rest of his life. He is framed for raping (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape) Nancy, branded as a pedophile (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedophilia) and sentenced to a lengthy prison term amidst a public outcry that brands him one of Sin City's most hated citizens. Despite his innocence and the pariah (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pariah) status he has achieved as a result of his conviction, he remains silent about his pain, knowing that Senator Roark would have anyone who ever found out the truth executed. The only one to whom Hartigan spoke in the hospital was Nancy, who sneaked out against her parents' wishes to see the man who saved her. Fearing she will be killed, Hartigan tells her to stay away from him, so Nancy tells Hartigan she will write him letters instead. She will sign her name as "Cordelia" to hide her identity from Roark Junior. Hartigan complies and says goodbye to her. Before leaving, Nancy tells Hartigan she loves him.
After his stint in the hospital, Hartigan is seen tied to a chair, cuffed and being beaten by Det. Liebowitz in order to force him to sign a false confession. Amidst the hours of repeated punching and being tempted by prison luxuries and even sex with an Old Town prostitute, Hartigan doesn't crack under the pressure, although he hallucinates that he is granted the strength of Hercules, breaks from his cuffs and kills Liebowitz by exploding his head.
Afterwards, alone in prison and abandoned by his wife Eileen (who proceeds to re-marry and finally have children) and his friends, he finds solace in the carefully disguised weekly letters he receives from Nancy. Hartigan quickly develops a paternal love for young Nancy, and sees her as the daughter he never had. For eight years, he drags himself through his jail time, his only respite the letters his young admirer sends him, until finally the letters stop coming. Although he initially believes Nancy has merely outgrown her childhood hero, Hartigan soon becomes increasingly worried that Senator Roark has finally found her. His fears are confirmed when a deformed, hairless visitor with sickly yellow skin who smells distinctly like garbage arrives at his prison cell and punches him out. Hartigan awakens and discovers the same type of envelope Nancy always uses containing an index finger from the right hand of a nineteen-year-old girl.

Believing Nancy to be in imminent danger, Hartigan's passive view of his current incarceration changes. He decides to find some way out, and contacts his lawyer, Lucille (the lesbian (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesbian) parole officer from The Hard Goodbye (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_City_%28The_Hard_Goodbye%29)). Much to her surprise and disgust, Hartigan decides to claim responsibility to the crimes of which he was accused. At his parole hearing, he is humiliated again when Senator Roark acts like a good man who's willing to forgive Hartigan. Hartigan knows it's a ruse to insult him, but to show sincerity that he's a reformed man, he asks Senator Roark for forgiveness for what he did to his son. Hartigan is finally released on parole, apparently due to Senator Roark's satisfaction over his confession and submission.
Back on the streets, the now sixty year-old ex-con/ex-cop sets off to find Nancy. He looks her name up in a phone book and learns she lives somewhere on North Culver. He goes to her apartment, but finds it empty and in disarray. The only clue to her whereabouts is a pack of matches from Kadie's bar. He follows that lead in hopes of discovering where Nancy, now nineteen, can be found, or at least maybe get more leads. Hartigan finds that she is no longer the little girl he rescued from a child-murderer 8 years ago, but is now a woman who works in the club as an exotic dancer - and is unharmed. The envelope containing the finger was merely a ploy to get him to crack and lead Roark to Nancy. Hartigan smells a set-up, and something far worse, the distinct odor of rotting garbage. "That Yellow Bastard", the man who arrived at the cell with the envelope, has followed him and found Nancy.
Nancy recognizes Hartigan and jumps into his arms kissing him. They leave Kadie's and get into her car. There is a high-speed pursuit, with the "Bastard" close on their tail, Hartigan uses Nancy's revolver to fire a precise shot that hits the "Bastard" in the neck. Hartigan insists on stopping to confirm the kill; accompanied by Nancy, he discovers the "Bastard's" foul-smelling blood everywhere, but no body. Eventually, he and Nancy hide out in a motel. There, they share a kiss, where Nancy reveals she is in love with him; but Hartigan refuses to move any further because of the paternalistic nature of his relationship to Nancy. Unknown to them, the "Bastard" has hidden in the backseat of Nancy's car, and emerges while they talk.
Hartigan, in the shower, is ambushed once again by "That Yellow Bastard", who reveals himself to be Roark Junior. Senator Roark used his vast financial resources to resurrect his son using new medical techniques to re-grow his severed body parts. As a result, Junior lives, but with some side-effects. Junior knocks Hartigan down, lynches him naked with a noose, and boasts of raping and killing dozens of girls over the past eight years. He then talks about how clever and pretty Nancy was, and while older than his usual girls, he'll forgive himself "just this once." With that said, he kicks the desk out from under Hartigan and escapes with Nancy.

Hartigan seems to reluctantly accept his failure and lets himself die. Though he suddenly revives himself through sheer will, breaks a window and cuts his hands free with a glass shard. Schlubb and Klump, show up to dispose of Hartigan's body (in a Ferrari (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrari) with no trunk); they are quickly subdued, and forced to tell Hartigan that Junior had fled to the Roark family farm (described as a place where bad things happen) to rape and murder Nancy.
Racing to the Farm, Hartigan suffers a severe angina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angina_pectoris) attack, but soldiers through the pain. At this time, Nancy is being flogged by Junior and, like Hartigan, won't allow her torturer the pleasure of her pain by screaming. Hartigan takes down a few corrupt police officers guarding the Farm and confronts Junior, who has Nancy at knife point. Hartigan fakes a heart attack to catch Junior off guard. He stabs him, removes his genitallia and beats him to death. Nancy and Hartigan share another, more passionate, kiss, and Hartigan tells Nancy to flee, assuring to her that he will call up some old police friends of his to clean up the scene of the crime.
After Nancy leaves, Hartigan narrates that he had to lie to her as no sane man would prosecute Senator Roark. Also now that Junior is dead, Hartigan has made a far deadlier enemy out of Roark who will stop at nothing to get to him now. He will likely use Nancy to get to Hartigan. With that in mind and with no other option, Hartigan knows he must end the entire ordeal. In an act of pure love and sacrifice, Hartigan shoots himself in the head to save Nancy and end Roark's vendetta.

In Rodriguez's adaptation, Bruce Willis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Willis) stars as Hartigan, Jessica Alba (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jessica_Alba) as Nancy, Nick Stahl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Stahl) as the Yellow Bastard/Junior, Powers Boothe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powers_Boothe) as Senator Roark and Michael Madsen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Madsen) as Hartigan's partner, Bob. There are only a few notable differences in the film version: Mort is replaced by Bob when Hartigan is released from prison, and an appearance by Carla Gugino (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carla_Gugino) as Lucille is omitted (but reinstated in the extended version released to DVD).
In the DVD commentary, Frank Miller indicated that he was initially motivated to write That Yellow Bastard after his disappointment with The Dead Pool (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dead_Pool), the fifth and final film in the Dirty Harry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirty_Harry_%28film_series%29) series. Nancy -- who prior to this story had no last name -- was named "Callahan", a name shared with Clint Eastwood's character.

06-04-2008, 03:43 PM

Family Values

Family Values was first published in (October 1997) and was the fifth "yarn" in Frank Miller's (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Miller_%28comics%29) series. Unlike the previous four stories, Family Values was released as a 128-page graphic novel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphic_novel) rather than in serialized issues that would later be collected in a trade paperback volume.
Dwight is on a mission from Gail to dig up information about a recent mob hit at a small diner. After being hit on by a female cop, (who he manages to get rid of by pretending to be a bisexual (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisexuality) masochist (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sadomasochism)), he goes into a bar near where the hit happened and tries to charm one of the local drinkers there named Peggy.
Dwight also spots Fat Man and Little Boy, which makes his job easier later on. As Dwight keeps charming Peggy, she realizes he's not interested in any company that night and only looking for information behind the recent hit. It's revealed that Bruno, the target, was killed by Vito; one of Don Magliozzi's nephews and also one of his hitmen. This was done in retaliation on Don Magliozzi's part as Bruno killed his beloved niece years ago. Going against his family's treaty with mob boss Wallenquist, he orders Vito to kill Bruno, who is on Wallenquist's payroll, immediately. Afterwards, everyone's nervous about what Wallenquist will do and if there will be a mob war in retaliation. With that information, Dwight leaves the bar and is confronted by Vito and some other hitmen who came when Fat Man and Little Boy alerted them someone was digging around for information.
Dwight is kidnapped by them, but is more interested in Vito's car and constantly refers to it as his just as soon as he kills all of them. No one believes him as they drive toward the Projects. Unknown to them except for Dwight is that Miho was following Dwight for protection. On the way, Vito tells his side of the story as to how he killed every living thing he saw, including a stray dog. Dwight is satisfied with this and orders Miho to make her appearance. She kills Spinelli, one of the goons, and they park in a hilltop rest area, overlooking the Projects. There, Miho toys with one of the hitmen as Dwight tells Vito to kill the other hitman; Vito's own brother Lucca. After Miho and Dwight are through, they head straight to Sacred Oaks to confront Don Magliozzi, driven by Vito.
Miho cuts through the guards and Dwight makes his appearance. He tells the Don he is going to die along with Vito for the accidentical death of Carmen, one of the Old Town girls. Dwight tells them Vito shouldn't have shot at the stray dog, since the angles were in a straight line to where Carmen was calling for a ride when Vito shot her. Carmen's lover, Daisy, arrives as Dwight walks away from the Don and his associates. Daisy guns them down as Dwight remarks there's going to be a mob war because of this, but that neither he nor the girls of Old Town will have cause to worry about it. Finally, he takes possession of Vito's car and drives off into the night.

06-04-2008, 05:29 PM

Hell and Back (A Sin City Love Story)

Hell and Back (A Sin City Love Story) was first published in (July 1999–April 2000)
Hell and Back is the longest of the Sin City stories, spanning 9 issues. It tells the story of Wallace, an artist/war hero/short order cook who saves a suicidal woman named Esther. She likes his art and they go out for a drink. They are ambushed by two men, who drug Wallace and kidnap Esther.
Apparently, The Colonel and Liebowitz are a part of this conspiracy. Wallace spends the night in the drunk tank, after being dragged out of the gutter by two of Basin City's (notoriously corrupt) police officers, Manson and Bundy, and upon his release seeks out Esther. He is crossed once again by a squad of police officers after he tells Commissioner Liebowitz he plans to find Esther alone if need be, and proceeds to dispatch them with humiliating ease, leaving them bound, naked and without money. After locating Esther's home via his landlady, (she'd taken her address,) he finds her apartment occupied by Delia, who claims to be Esther's roommate.
Wallace and Delia are attacked by the Colonel's new manservant, Manute, but they escape after Wallace beats him in hand-to-hand combat and defenestrates (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defenestration) him (a reference to a similar scene from A Dame To Kill For). Then a sniper attacks from a nearby window, whom Wallace takes out by shooting him through the scope of his rifle, similar to a scene from RoboCop 2 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RoboCop_2) (also written by Miller). All the while, Delia tries unsuccessfully to seduce him as they are pursued by two more assassins in a Mercedes, which Wallace also disposes of.
Afterwards, Wallace meets up with an old war buddy referred to only as Captain. He borrows an old Chevrolet Nomad (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Nomad) known as 'The Heap' from him and Wallace and Delia turn in for the night at the Last Hope Motel (a reference to Nancy Callahan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Callahan)'s car and the place where she and John Hartigan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hartigan) hide in That Yellow Bastard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/That_Yellow_Bastard)).
Wallace handcuffs her to the bed for what she believes is foreplay, when he reveals that he knows she cannot be Esther's roommate, since Esther's clothes would have the smell of Delia's cigarettes on them. Just then, Wallace is drugged by a sniper for the second time. He wakes at the Santa Yolanda Tar Pits, where Delia, Gordo, and a drug wizard named Maxine are preparing to abandon his car in the pits. Maxine gives him a huge dose of something strange and Wallace goes on a trip.
A large portion of the comic, wherein he finds himself hallucinating, is then done in full color, similar to Miller's work on Ronin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronin_%28comic_book_series%29) and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman:_The_Dark_Knight_Returns) saga, (all colored by Lynn Varley (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynn_Varley), his wife). After a surreal sequence involving a crashing fighter jet, trash-talking cherubs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherubs) and dinosaurs, the car hits a tree. He discovers a young girl dead in the trunk, intended to frame him, and, since he can only perceive the girl as a battered Raggedy Ann (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raggedy_Ann) doll, he declares that 'just this once, I'm grateful for the drugs'. The police show up, as does Captain, who kills the police. Captain explains he'd have gotten there sooner if it wasn't for snipers establishing a perimeter. They torture the one remaining sniper, (ala Dwight in The Big Fat Kill,) and find out where Delia, Gordo, and Maxine were heading and pursue them. During this sequence the Captain morphs into various pop culture (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_culture) icons, including King Leonidas from Frank Miller's 300 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/300_%28comics%29), Lone Wolf and Cub (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lone_Wolf_and_Cub), an ED-209 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ED-209) droid from the Robocop (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robocop) movies, Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Guy_and_Rusty_the_Boy_Robot), Captain America (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_America), Dirty Harry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirty_Harry), John Rambo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Rambo), Martha Washington from Give Me Liberty (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Give_Me_Liberty), Hagar the Horrible (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hagar_the_Horrible) and even Hellboy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hellboy). This portion is entirely in color.
They shoot past Delia, Maxine and Gordo at a gas station where they were refilling the Humvee (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humvee) they were driving. As they begin driving again, Wallace and Captain ambush them, with Captain disabling the Hummer with a rocket launcher. As they move in, Gordo mortally wounds Captain as Wallace shoots Gordo in the face. At gunpoint, Wallace makes Maxine bring him out of his hallucination hell. As she does, he shoots her in the head and shoots Delia through the gut when he suffers a panic attack. After blacking out for a few seconds, Wallace finds himself back in a black and white 'normal' world, Maxine dead and Delia wounded. Paralysed from the waist down, and genuinely fearful, she begs him to have mercy on her, and as a last act of chivalry Wallace does so by shooting her in the back of her head ('She never sees what hits her.') . He then carries Captain's body back to the Heap and drives away.
He meets up with another war buddy named Jerry, the Captain's lover. They burn Captain's body in a funeral pyre, where afterwards they work trying to flush the rest of the drugs out of Wallace's system. Mariah, another female mercenary working for the Colonel, is assigned to Delia's task in her stead. The Colonel is killing anyone linking Wallace to him, starting with the doctor who kidnapped Esther. He even has Mariah break Liebowitz's son's arm after luring him away from his high school. He then threatens Liebowitz's family even further, putting the Commissioner in a moral quandary.
Wallace confronts Liebowitz in his apartment and tries to get him to join his side. Wallace discovers that the real scheme the Colonel is operating is a slave trafficking and organ harvesting ring of which Liebowitz was (intentionally or otherwise) unaware of. Wallace explains how he launched a one-man assault on the factory, first infiltrating the complex, cutting a swathe of stealthy death through the roster of guards and discovering several atrocities going on there. He was then confronted by Mariah and the Colonel as well as many, many armed guards. Wallace managed to escape the factory alive but without saving anyone, much to his own chagrin.
At this point, the phone rings in Liebowitz's apartment. It's The Colonel, telling Wallace where Esther is: she is at the Roark family farm, long since abandoned at this point. The deal is simple: Wallace's silence for Esther's safe return. When Wallace finds her, an enemy helicopter arrives and opens fire, Wallace shielding Esther with his body. However, Wallace is one step ahead: Jerry, who was up on a hill with heavy ordanance, blasts the chopper out of the sky with a rocket launcher; Wallace, who was wearing a Kevlar vest (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevlar), survived the choppers machinegun fire miraculously. Wallace takes Esther to the hospital and he and Jerry prepare to make a second assault on the Colonel's base of operations, when a flood of people are brought in on stretchers.
By this time, the police have launched a massive raid on the Colonel's factory, where the Colonel is captured. The Colonel threatens Liebowitz, who in return shoots him in the head for hurting his son and tells his underlings to 'make a missing person outta the fucker'. Wallenquist lets it all be square, against the wishes of Mariah, (who somehow escaped the factory raid,) seeing no profit in revenge. He seeks no revenge on Wallace or Liebowitz.
Weeks later, Wallace and Esther leave town. He asks her why she wanted to jump and she responds "I was lonely". They drive away towards a better life away from Sin City

06-04-2008, 05:50 PM
Sin City - Daddy's Little Girl
Daddy's Little Girl was first published in A Decade of Dark Horse (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=A_Decade_of_Dark_Horse&action=edit&redlink=1) #1 (July 1996) and reprinted in Tales to Offend #1 (July 1997), and Booze, Broads, and Bullets.
Johnny is a middle-aged man who seems to be in love with a much younger girl by the name of Amy. Amy insists that they cannot be together and alludes to the solution that he kills her father. Torn by his emotions and manipulated by Amy, he attempts to confront her father first, asking for her hand in marriage. Daddy refuses and Johnny shoots him with a revolver that Amy gave him. Daddy then reveals that the gun was in fact loaded with blanks (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blanks) and was a plot orchestrated by he and Amy. The two are either lovers with a daddy/daughter fetish based relationship or a father and daughter. Daddy strangles Johnny for sexual satisfaction, and it implied this was the only way he was able to become aroused.

06-04-2008, 05:52 PM
Sin City - Just Another Saturday Night
Just Another Saturday Night was first published in Sin City #1/2 (August 1997), a limited mail-in comic available only through a special offer in Wizard (magazine) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wizard_%28magazine%29) #73. It was later reprinted in a mass-market edition as Just Another Saturday Night (October 1998).
It is the story of what Marv was up to on the night John Hartigan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hartigan) met back up with Nancy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Callahan) (from That Yellow Bastard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sin_City_yarns#That_Yellow_Bastard)). Marv regains consciousness on a highway overlooking the Projects, surrounded by dead young guys, unable to remember how he got there. He lights one of the dead guys' cigarettes and thinks back; since it is Saturday, he deduces he must have been at Kadie's watching Nancy dance...
Marv was rather depressed after seeing Nancy leave with Hartigan, as he'd always had an unrequited crush on her, so the barkeep gives him a bottle to drown his sorrow with. He gets drunk and steps outside, only to find some preppy college kids trying to burn drunks and winos to death. He immediately kills one of them and chases the rest to The Projects, where along the way he destroys a police patrol car and hijacks another vehicle. At the Projects, Marv instructs his former neighbors via hand-signals to attack the kids, and they do so by firing arrows at them. After questioning the last surviving kid about him being called 'Bernini boy', (it was the name of the brand of coat he was wearing,) he slits his throat. This done, he muses, "And one fine coat it is. Somebody must've spent a fortune on it. I wonder who?" But he cannot seem to remember where he got the coat or gloves.

06-04-2008, 05:56 PM
Sin City - Lost, Lonely & Lethal
First published December 1996, Lost, Lonely, & Lethal contains three stories:

* Fat Man and Little Boy (3 pages)
* Blue Eyes (14 pages)
* Rats (7 pages)

Fat Man and Little Boy is a short three-page story about Douglas Klump and Burt Shlubb, who also appear in "That Yellow Bastard" and "Family Values." These characters use a large vocabulary to make it appear that they are more intelligent than they truthfully are. However their wordy speeches are sprinkled with malapropisms. In this yarn, Shlubb's boots are in horrible shape, and he wishes to steal the shoes off a corpse, wrapped in a rug, that they're supposed to dump in the river.

Klump tells him that they're supposed to leave the body as it is. Shlubb disagrees and pulls the boots off, to discover that there are no feet in them, and a ticking sound rings through their ears. This was apparently a test, and the two buffoons get thrown several yards away as the explosion hits. It seems they failed the test miserably.

Blue Eyes, the second story, is the first appearance of Delia. It begins as a man named Jim notices someone he assumes is a hitman following him. He runs into Kadie’s, where he is confronted by an ex-flame named Delia. Marv is sitting next to them at the bar, and provides some comic relief. The hitman enters the bar and Jim convinces Delia to leave with him. Marv then steals his drink, reasoning that it would have gone to waste otherwise.

They go back to his place and make love. She then attacks him, and explains that this is her test. She wants to become a hitwoman, and she must first kill the only man she ever loved. After killing Jim, the Colonel appears who was none other than the 'hitman' who had been following Jim. He gives her an assignment and she takes on the name 'Blue Eyes', which is what Jim used to call her.

Blue Eyes is shown to take place at the same time as A Dame To Kill For, as part of the story shows Gail telling Shelley what to tell the police about Dwight. The story also has brief appearances by many characters, including Miho, Agammemnon and Manute.

Rats is the final story, it is about a disturbed war criminal who eats dog food. It was adapted to a 2004 fan film of the same name. [1]

The sadistic war criminal (and presumed Nazi) stuffs rats in his oven to eat as he mentally rambles about the London Blitz, his arthritis and how he killed all the 'rats', which were all people. A vigilante known amongst readers as 'The Janitor' kicks down the door and incapacitates him, before shoving his head into the oven, gassing him to death.

'The Janitor' is a Jewish survivor of the gas showers.http://rapidshare.com/files/120132261/Sin_City_-_Lost__Lonely___Lethal.cbz

06-04-2008, 06:04 PM
Sin City - Sex And Violence
Sex & Violence was first published in March 1997 and only contains two stories, both of which feature Delia:
Wrong Turn (23 pages)
Wrong Track (3 pages)The two stories take place on the same night, with the second taking place minutes after the first.
Wrong Turn is the first story, in which a man named Phil drives aimlessly in the rain, eventually finding Delia unconscious on a dirt road. He picks her up, and she tells him that she must have got struck by lightning. He offers to take her to the hospital, but she refuses. She asks if he is married, and he says that he is not. She takes him to the pits, and they make love. In the middle of it, he confesses that he is, in fact, married.
She starts choking him and calls him by the name of Eddie. She claims he has a trunk-load of stolen jewels he plans to sell in Sacred Oaks, violating an exclusivity agreement with the Wallenquist Organization. He explains that he is a used car salesman named Phil, and she understands. Eddie was supposed to be driving a similar Studebaker, and looked very similar. She sticks the heel of her shoe in his eye socket, killing him. She meets up with the Colonel and Gordo at the entrance to the pits. They check the trunk of Phil's car and find his wife with six bullets in her belly. They throw him in as well and Gordo pushes the car into the pits. Delia explains that she has a train to catch.
Wrong Track is the second story, which picks up soon after. Eddie is riding the train. His internal monologue explains that he had a flat tire. Delia hits on him, and they make love near the back of the train.
When they're done, she snaps his neck and throws him off the train. Leaving the rear of the train, the Colonel waits for her. "Delia-- do you plan to make love to each and every one of them?" he asks. Her response is "Only the ones I like."

06-04-2008, 06:13 PM
Sin City - Silent Night
Silent Night is a one-shot short story that Frank Miller released in November 1995. It is a 15-page story about Marv's rescue of a little girl, in which there is almost no dialogue; only one speech bubble appears in the entire story.
Against a backdrop of heavy snow, Marv, a hulking, trenchcoat-clad figure, approaches a door in a dark alley. He intimidates the bouncer, Fatman, with his sheer size and is led inside and down a flight of stairs. He is met by two armed men and a leather-clad woman, who is apparently their boss. Marv hands her a wad of bills and is shown to a steel door in the far wall. Through a small viewing slit, he can see a terrified little girl crouching in darkness in the room beyond. Marv draws two pistols and kills the pair of henchmen, then executes the woman. It only then becomes apparent that the child was being sold for sex. He retrieves the little girl, saying, "Your momma's been asking after you, Kimberly. Let's get you home." With the girl in his arms, he walks off into the distance, as the snow obscures his receding form.

06-04-2008, 06:19 PM
The Babe Wore Red and Other Stories
First published November 1994, The Babe Wore Red and Other Stories is a publication of short stories. It reprints a serial run in Previews:
And Behind Door Number Three? (4 pages long)
The Customer is Always Right (3 pages long)
The Babe Wore Red (23 pages long)
And Behind Door Number Three? is a short story about Gail and Wendy (who's now wearing Marv's necklace) setting a trap for a man they suspect is 'carving up' girls in Old Town.
The enigmatic "Cowboy" is captured by the allure of Wendy and subsequently shot and tied up by Gail. Although the Cowboy is willing to confess to the cops, the girls have other plans and invite Miho to finish the job.
The Customer is Always Right short served as the opening sequence for the movie Sin City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_City_%28film%29), which featured Josh Hartnett (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Hartnett) and Marley Shelton (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marley_Shelton). The sequence served as the original proof of concept (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof_of_concept) footage that director Robert Rodriguez (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Rodriguez) filmed to convince Frank Miller to allow him to adapt Sin City to the silver screen.
The story involves an enigmatic tryst between two nameless characters; "The Customer" and "The Salesman." They meet on the terrace of a high rise building, hinting that although they seem to be acting like strangers, they do indeed have some sort of past. It is unclear what their past involves even as they embrace in a passionate kiss.
A silenced gunshot stabs the night air to reveal that The Salesman has shot The Customer. The reader is led to believe that The Customer had fallen into a serious and difficult situation and, with no other feasible alternative, hired The Salesman to kill her. Later information given by Frank Miller on the commentary of the Recut & Extended DVD Edition states that The Customer had an affair with a member of the mafia, and when she found out tried to break it off with him. The mafia member then swore to her that she would die in the most terrible way possible, and when it is least expected. The Customer, having connections, hires The Salesman (who is referred to as "The Lady-Killer") to kill her. In the comic The Salesman is the Colonel, as Miller has verified in the BLAM! section page 29 of the one-shot issue Sex & Violence.
The Babe Wore Red centers around the character of Dwight and the murder of his friend Fargo. Dwight stumbles upon the hanging corpse of Fargo in his apartment and encounters Mr Shlubb, half of the recurring supporting duo, Douglas Klump and Burt Shlubb (aka Fat Man and Little Boy).
He knocks out Shlubb and finds the titular character hiding in the shower. Under a barrage of sniper shots from Douglas Klump, Dwight and the Babe reach their car and speed off. Although they successfully elude the pair, Dwight refuses to let them off easy, choosing rather to head to The Farm to deal with them. In the mean time, the Babe introduces herself as a hooker named Mary, but Dwight can tell she's lying. He duels with both of them again and due to insistence from Mary decides to shoot them in the leg instead of killing them. He eventually receives a package from Fargo who had shipped it off before his untimely demise. Dwight reads up on the whole situation and realizes that Fargo was simply the scapegoat for illegal drug-related activities and had paid the ultimate price. He also receives a package from Mary. She was not a hooker, rather a nun that had flirted with temptation before ultimately deciding to dedicate her life to God.
The time frame for the story is given as during the time Marv spent on death row in "The Hard Goodbye", as noted when Dwight mentions that he had a friend on death row because of what happened at the Roark family farm.

06-04-2008, 06:30 PM
I will do the Marvel stuff later tonite

06-04-2008, 06:34 PM




06-04-2008, 09:08 PM





06-04-2008, 11:15 PM

This multi-character story has the crime boss, the Kingpin, soliciting the help of a famed psychiatrist, Paul Mondat, in the treatment of his beloved, semi-comatose wife. Not content to just hire the man, Kingpin wants to guarantee his commitment by having Mondat's blind wife, Cheryl, kidnapped. The kidnapper is Victor, a completely unstable junkie-schizophrenic who becomes fixated on Cheryl. Daredevil becomes involved, and also becomes infatuated with the blind woman.

Daredevil: Love and War is an atmospheric, fully painted, tabloid-sized graphic novel. And if it isn't perhaps the best thing Frank Miller ever wrote, it's still pretty good. The interweaving of the various characters, most well-delineated, and how their different actions have unforeseen effects on the other characters is well done. Frank Miller's ear for dialogue is, perhaps, the finest in the history of comic books, and his ability to turn phrases, to repeat lines but with different significance (like the opening and closing monologue), and to juxtapose words and images is almost unsurpassed. The story veers between urban grittiness and violence, to humour, to being lyrical, poetic, almost dreamlike, and ultimately kind of poignant.

Perhaps the chief weaknesses are that it is an ensemble piece -- Daredevil is still a prominent character, but only one of three or four -- and, of course, comic relief goon, Turk, who can be amusing...but also strikes me uncomfortably like a racist caricature. And there's a strange sense of disappointment by the end, a feeling that something is missing. I'm not quite sure what, but it keeps Daredevil: Love and War from being truly great. http://rapidshare.com/files/120175314/Daredevil_-_Love_And_War.rar

06-05-2008, 12:44 AM





06-05-2008, 12:45 AM

Karen Page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_Page), the former secretary of the Nelson & Murdock law offices and girlfriend of Matt Murdock, left the series years earlier to pursue an acting career in Hollywood. However, her plans did not work out, and she became a star of pornographic movies and a heroin addict. Unable to take control of her life, she spirals deeper and deeper into an existence of hunger, need and desperation, until she finally sells Matt Murdock's secret identity for a shot of heroin.
This information eventually reaches the Kingpin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingpin_%28comics%29), who proceeds to test it. Over the next six months, he uses his vast influence to hound Murdock, causing his accounts to be frozen by the IRS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Internal_Revenue_Service), the bank to foreclose on his house and in general make Murdock's life increasingly unbearable. He even manipulates police lieutenant Nicholas Manolis (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Nicholas_Manolis&action=edit&redlink=1) into testifying that he saw Murdock pay a witness to perjure himself in a case. In the resulting trial, Murdock manages to avoid a jail term, but he is barred from practicing law. The Kingpin skillfully ruins Murdock's life piece by piece, but Murdock cannot see his handiwork – instead, he is convinced that he is simply unlucky and that there is no enemy for him to fight except for his increasingly desperate and violent attempts to investigate this situation.
But the Kingpin overreaches himself. He can't keep himself from delivering one more strike, and he has Murdock's house bombed. This act of violence tells Murdock that his problems were not random, isolated incidents but the work of a mastermind – the Kingpin.
Unfortunately, by now Murdock has become unhinged. He has trouble differentiating between his fantasies and the real world. He is homeless and absolutely destitute, and now believes he has no friends. He even thinks that his former girlfriend Glorianna O'Breen (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Glorianna_O%27Breen&action=edit&redlink=1) and his best friend and business partner Foggy Nelson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foggy_Nelson) are a part of a complex, all-encompassing conspiracy against him.
Meanwhile, Murdock's confidant, Ben Urich (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Urich), the Daily Bugle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daily_Bugle) reporter, is investigating his friend's plight and finds evidence of the Kingpin's involvement. Unfortunately, the Kingpin learns of this and has Urich's source killed and Urich's hand broken to intimidate him into silence. This cows Urich into keeping quiet and Murdock is left on his own.
Seeing no other course of action in his confused and paranoid state, he decides to attack the Kingpin and force him to return his life. On the way, he brutally assaults three would-be robbers in a subway train and then beats up a police officer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_officer) who attempts to arrest him and takes the officer's nightstick (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nightstick). In his weakened and confused state, he is allowed to enter the Kingpin's office and quickly beaten by the crime lord. The badly hurt and unconscious Murdock is drenched in whisky, strapped into a taxi cab, whose owner is beaten to death with the billy club Murdock stole from the cop, and finally, the taxi is pushed off a pier into the East River. When the car is eventually found, Murdock's reputation will suffer the final blow. The Kingpin revels in the knowledge that he has completely disgraced, destroyed and murdered the only good man he ever knew.
But when the taxi is finally found, there is no corpse. Instead of drowning, Murdock managed to smash the windshield and, in a supreme show of will, cut the safety belt with one of the fragments and swam to safety.
Badly injured, Murdock stumbles through New York's Hell's Kitchen by sheer will power (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Will_power) alone, and, though injured, forces himself to keep walking just to keep from passing out. As he shambles aimlessly across the city, he is stabbed by a thug in an alley and even hit by a car. He eventually ends up being rescued by his mother, who, having not been in Matt's life for decades, has become a nun at a local church. She nurses him back to health. At the same time, Karen Page – now hunted by Kingpin's men as part of Kingpin's orders to kill anyone who possessed knowledge of Murdock's secret identity (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_identity) – arrives in New York with an abusive drug dealer named Paulo Scorcese, intent on finding Murdock. She's unable to locate him, but meets up with Foggy Nelson, who takes her to his home in an effort to protect her from Paulo. Meanwhile, Urich manages to regain his courage and comes forward with his investigation, alerting his paper and the authorities of the situation.
In the meantime, the Kingpin becomes increasingly obsessed with finding Murdock and silencing Urich. He first arranges for the nurse who murdered Urich's source to kill the reporter himself and he also arranges for a violent mental patient to be released from an asylum, dress up as Daredevil and kill both Nelson and Page in an effort to provoke Murdock into resurfacing. However, Murdock intervenes in both plots, defeats the nurse and the patient, takes the latter's costume and proceeds to save Page from both Scorcese and another hitman sent by the Kingpin. The two are reunited and Matt comforts Karen with the fact that he has moved beyond regretting losing his material possessions.
In a major misstep, the Kingpin uses his connections in the military to procure America's super soldier, Nuke (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuke_%28Marvel_Comics%29), whom he sends to assault Hell's Kitchen. In a climactic battle, dozens of civilians die while Matt responds as Daredevil for the first time since the destruction of his home. Nuke uses heavy weaponry against Daredevil, who is plagued with not only the challenge of fighting an inhumanly formidable opponent, but the awareness through his enhanced senses of the casualties caused every time Nuke's weapons are fired. In the end, Daredevil defeats Nuke and, in an uncharacteristic move to stop the slaughter, uses Nuke's weapon to destroy an assault helicopter that supported Nuke and further threatened civilians, thereby killing the pilot. The Avengers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avengers_%28comics%29) arrive at the scene and take Nuke into custody.
Captain America (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_America), however, is not pleased with the situation. Although the authorities claim that Nuke is a terrorist, the Captain is not convinced, especially after a discussion with Murdock, who tells him that the assailant's body was heavily enhanced. As America's original super soldier, the Captain is appalled to suspect that the violent, musclebound, insane man with little regard for the lives of civilians, appears to be the country's latest super soldier. Unsatisfied with the evasive answers given to him by Nuke's superiors, he breaks into the base's computer files to discover more about Nuke. He turns out to be the only surviving test subject of a severely flawed attempt to recreate Project Rebirth, the same project that originally enhanced the Captain's own body.
Enraged by the treatment he is receiving in the media, Nuke breaks free from custody in the same base and runs amok in an attempt to attack the offices of the Daily Bugle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daily_Bugle). He's stopped by the Captain, but nonetheless, the military attempts to kill him, as do the Kingpin's men; however, though mortally wounded, Nuke does not die immediately. Daredevil first attempts to get him to a hospital, but realizing that Nuke will not survive, he then decides to get him to the Bugle instead in an effort to prove that Nuke is a government operative and that his presence in New York is the product of the Kingpin's widespread influence in the military.
In the end, the Kingpin's public image as an honest and respectable businessman and pillar of community is shattered, although he manages to avoid imprisonment while he plans for his revenge on Murdock. For his part, Matt Murdock accepts and enjoys a new, different but apparently fulfilling life in Hell's Kitchen with Karen Page and expresses no regret over the loss of his previous lifestyle as a successful lawyer.


06-05-2008, 12:40 PM


06-05-2008, 12:58 PM
After the death of Karen Page, Daredevil the Man Without Fear finds that for the first time he is afraid. To get back to the man he once was, he reflects on the events that led him to where he is today. His introspection takes him back to his law school days, and the days when his father was trying to become Heavyweight Champion of the World. But Jack Murdock gets involved with the wrong people and pays the price for his folly. At that point, Matt Murdock decides to take matters into his own hands.

06-05-2008, 12:59 PM
iiiiiiiiiight that is all the Frank Miller stuff I got. Feel free to add on and if anyone has:

Daredevil Visionaries Vol 1 and 3

I need them asap pls

06-05-2008, 09:49 PM
okay y'all know the movie comming out with Angelina Jolie and Morgan Freeman called "Wanted"?

well it came from a comic book(this is something I did not know...)

and guess what your trusty online Upload King has it for you guys(gotta spread love....it's what I do)


Wanted is a creator-owned (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creator_ownership) comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) miniseries (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miniseries), consisting of six issues written by Mark Millar (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Millar) with art by J. G. Jones (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._G._Jones) and published by Top Cow (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top_Cow) in 2003 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2003_in_comics) and 2004 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_in_comics) as part of Millarworld (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Millar#Millarworld).[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wanted_%28comics%29#cite_note-0) It features an amoral protagonist who discovers he is the heir to a career as a super-villainous (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supervillain) assassin in a world where such villains have secretly taken control of the planet.
The series is adult in nature, similar to more grown-up 'super-hero' titles such as The Authority (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Authority) or The Ultimates (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ultimates). Like the Authority or the Squadron Supreme (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squadron_Supreme), several characters are based on DC Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Comics) characters and super-villains (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super-villain) (See below (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wanted_%28comics%29#Characters_and_their_likely_an tecedents)). The series also bears resemblance to the 1999 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1999_in_film) films Fight Club (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fight_Club_%28film%29) and The Matrix (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Matrix), as it is about a despondent man in an unfulfilling white-collar (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_collar) job who finds a new lease on life but becomes extremely violent and marked as outside of 'normal' society. It differs from these films in that the main character has no desire to improve the world through this violence, but only embraces it in the pursuit of selfish, egocentric pleasures.
he premise of Wanted is that all the world's super-villains decided to band together in 1986 and use their vast collective powers — including mad science (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_scientist), magic (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_%28paranormal%29) and mind control (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_control) — to eliminate all the world's superheroes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superhero) and rewrite reality in their own dark image. Prior to this the world was a brighter, more hopeful place. Superheroes are remembered as fiction (as they are in the real world), and behind the scenes a cabal of the leading super-villains runs the entire world.
Milquetoast office drone Wesley Gibson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wesley_Gibson) discovers that his recently-assassinated father was a super-criminal called The Killer, and that Wesley has inherited his perfect aim and uncanny skill with any weapon. Wesley enters a new life, and must deal with the most dangerous and evil people in the world — whose ranks now include Wesley himself. After being approached by the Fox, another super-villain, Wesley quits his job and joins the Fraternity, the super-villain society's moniker. After a period of training, in which Wesley is desensitized to violence and given to repine of any nature, Wesley severs the last links to his previous life. (He breaks up with his girlfriend, knowing she cheated on him with his best friend, who he simply killed.) Wesley becomes the right hand of the super scientist Professor Seltzer, who is a member of the leading council of the Fraternity.
At a council meeting, the main antagonist, Mister Rictus, calls a vote that the Fraternity come forward as the ruling body of the Earth, which is defeated narrowly, thanks to the hypnotic manipulation of Professor Seltzer. Mister Rictus, tired of hiding in the shadows, has Professor Seltzer executed and marks the Fox and Wesley for death. Wesley assaults the Fraternity's headquarters, killing many of the villains as well as Mister Rictus. After killing him, Wesley finds his father alive and well. The original Killer explains that he faked his death and got Wesley to join the Fraternity to make Wesley into a man. He explains Wesley's childhood was essentially carried by his mother, who encouraged him to never fight under any circumstances, knowing that his instincts as the Killer would come forward. After telling Wesley of instances where he'd visit Wesley as he slept, he asks Wesley to kill him, explaining that he's getting old and slow, that he "nearly missed a head shot at under a mile." Wesley obliges after resisting, and tells the Fox that he's returning to his former life of misery and oppression, not wanting to die like his father. After expressing incredible disbelief, the Fox realizes he's joking, and they depart for the headquarters of the Fraternity, now under his partial leadership.

06-07-2008, 04:35 AM
Big ups for another 5-star thread Nak, its been along time since I read a comic for real and these are amazing, peace fam--glad that rep is finally startin to look like its supposed to

06-07-2008, 06:02 PM
iiiiiiiiiight that is all the Frank Miller stuff I got. Feel free to add on and if anyone has:

Daredevil Visionaries Vol 1 and 3

I need them asap pls

just seen this thread. hope you like it Nakhi cuz shit iz dope. catch it....



Ronin is a limited series (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_series) published between 1983 (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1983_in_comics&action=edit&redlink=1) and 1984 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1984_in_comics), by Frank Miller (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Miller_%28comics%29) and Lynn Varley (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynn_Varley) published by DC Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Comics), in which a ronin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronin) is re-incarnated in a dystopic (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dystopia) near-future New York (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York). The six-issue work shows some of the strongest influences of manga (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manga) on Miller's style, both in the artwork and narrative style.

In feudal Japan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feudal_Japan), a young, nameless samurai (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samurai) has sworn to protect his master, Lord Ozaki, from assassins. But despite his dedication, Ozaki is assassinated at night by a demon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demon)geisha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geisha) called Agat in an act of revenge for Ozaki stealing her sword. The sword is powered by blood - if it can be fueled by the blood of an innocent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Innocence), the sword will become powerful enough to destroy Agat himself. Agat wants it back.
Ozaki has hidden the sword, so that Agat cannot find it. After Ozaki's murder, the young samurai prepares to perform seppuku (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seppuku) at his master's graveside, to honorably follow his lord into the afterlife (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afterlife). Instead, the spirit of Ozaki appears before the young samurai and demands that he find the sword and keep it from Agat until his skills are great enough to destroy the demon lord. The young samurai becomes a ronin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronin), a samurai without a master, wandering the countryside for many years. At last, he comes to Agat's castle, and fights his way inside. But when he confronts Agat, he has a dilemma: since the sword has never killed an innocent, it is not powerful enough to destroy the demon. The ronin has a grim but effective solution to this problem: when Agat approaches him from behind, the ronin thrusts the sword through his own abdomen, impaling Agat. Powered by the ronin's own innocent blood, the sword mortally wounds Agat and the ronin at the same time, and the ronin achieves revenge and the honorable death by seppuku that he desires at the same moment. But just before Agat dies, he curses the ronin, and both their souls are trapped inside the sword until someone releases them.
Here the story abruptly cuts eight centuries forward: to New York City in the very near future. Some unspecific but catastrophic social and economic collapse has left New York a lawless wasteland, populated by squatters, factions, and mutants (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutant). In the heart of the city is the Aquarius Complex, the giant, sprawling headquarters of the Aquarius Corporation, an idealistic company founded by three people: Peter McKenna, inventor of biocircuitry, his wife, Casey McKenna, who becomes Aquarius' head of security, and Mr. Taggart, who funded and controls Aquarius.

pass to rar files: CruxH


06-07-2008, 06:08 PM
thanks Sun I had this when it orig. was released but that was sooooo long ago

06-07-2008, 06:20 PM
A little addition. i dont wanna nakhi to stop shining ;]



In a Post-Global-Holocaust world, the third and last world war (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_III) has ended. A war that went from Iraq (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq), North Korea (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Korea), Pakistan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pakistan), and then to China (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People%27s_Republic_of_China). The human race has vanished from the face of the Earth due to dozens of hydrogen bombs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_bomb) going off across the world. Frank Castle, the Punisher, is still alive. When he tries to rise up from the ashes of New York City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York_City), not a rat or a bug has survived. Castle is now an old man, possibly somewhere in his mid or late 70's.
After some 40 years Frank Castle is caught and is sent to Sing-Sing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sing_Sing). Before the bombs drop several police officers come down to kill off the prisoners, including Frank. While performing a grisly mission as the bombs approach the U.S. This saves them, as the bombs hit while they are in the shelter.




The story follows the narrative of Bruce Banner and the Hulk following a war which ended in a violent nuclear holocaust (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_holocaust) that only he could have survived.
Banner begins the story, talking to a camera left by a robot Recorder belonging to one of The Watchers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Watcher_%28comics%29) to record "The Last Days of Earth" as an archival lesson for other planets.
While Banner is forced to drown in sorrow as the last human alive on Earth, wandering for years across the ruins of the old cities and remembering what he can of the world before, the Hulk (in his Rampaging Hulk form) is angry at Banner, in that with Banner he is still not alone in the World. During one of Banner's walks, he is beset upon some monstrously overgrown cockroaches (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cockroaches), mutated by the nuclear fallout, and it is the Hulk who gets up to try and stop them.


i may add some interesting stuff tomorow..... of course if nakhi doont have issues with this....


06-07-2008, 06:23 PM
thanks Sun I had this when it orig. was released but that was sooooo long ago

no problem fam, gonna dig my archives for thant daredevil ish. think i got it somewhere.......

06-07-2008, 10:25 PM
post what you want Sun, I do not mind...

now this "End" series I did not know it spanned over more than one book....(I have The Fantastic Four version)...think I will upload that next in light of your uploads.......

06-07-2008, 11:09 PM

Fantastic Four-The End

The members of the Fantastic Four are estranged after a battle with a "more machine than man" version of Dr. Doom (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Doom), resulting in the deaths of Franklin Richards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_Richards) and Valeria Richards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valeria_Richards), the children of Reed Richards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reed_Richards) (Mr. Fantastic) and his wife Susan Richards (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Richards) (the Invisible Woman). Reed's experiments, specifically a system known as the "Methuselah (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methuselah) Treatment", help to rid the world of disease, and with the Avengers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avengers_%28comics%29), the Fantastic Four secure the solar system. Richards lives and works in an asteroid orbiting Earth, while his wife is on an archaeological (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaeological) expedition underwater. Susan's brother Johnny Storm (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Storm) (the Human Torch) is a strike-force leader for the Avengers, while Ben Grimm (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Grimm) (the Thing) lives with his wife Alicia Masters (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alicia_Masters) and their three children on Mars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars).
Reed undergoes therapy sessions from She-Hulk (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/She-Hulk) on his asteroid base of operations. He is trying to perfect his technology for point A to B wormhole (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wormhole) transportation, working with Wyatt Wingfoot (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyatt_Wingfoot) and Thundra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thundra). The Super Skrull (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Skrull), posing as She-Hulk (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/She-Hulk), penetrates Reed's defenses and in the midst of his attack transports himself and Reed into the Negative Zone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negative_Zone) where they encounter Annihilus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annihilus).
Johnny is working with the Avengers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avengers_%28comics%29) in outer space patrolling the galaxy using P.E.G.s (Personal Environment Generators) and telepathy nodes to guard the quarantine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarantine) zone set in place by Reed. Lately there have been some very mysterious fights with clones of villains who convert to a liquid state upon defeat and float away, later found out to be created by Diablo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diablo_%28comics%29) and the Mad Thinker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_Thinker). Ben and the Inhumans (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inhumans) join Johnny and the Avengers right before they run across a Kree (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kree) Sentry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentry_%28Kree%29) and notice an illegal transmission being sent out of the quarantine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarantine) zone.
Ben is married to Alicia Masters (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alicia_Masters) who has had her sight restored and works as a specialist in the field of terraforming (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terraforming). Ben can revert back to human at will. They are seen as royalty in their home on Mars with the Inhumans, and have three children, all of whom exhibit superpowers. Jacob has super-speed. Daniel exhibits a power similar to Susan's that he uses in very specific styles, i.e. the form of a suit of armor with mace shaped fists and stilts allowing for the appearance of flight, containers or tubes for pushing liquids through. Ben's daughter, Yancy has the power of a "sonic scream." Ben is worried about being separated from his family, especially after the loss of Franklin and Valeria.
Sue is on an underwater expedition and stumbles into Namor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Namor) who aids her in her analysis until she runs across Kree (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kree) writing in an abandoned temple. An attack by Attuma (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attuma) is short-lived when it is apparent Sue's powers have matured in intensity, with undocumented abilities such as modulation to separate molecules (specifically shown to allow for breathing underwater) and even reducing gravity allowing for more "true" flight-like capabilities than just an illusion using invisible platforms. After abruptly leaving Namor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Namor), Sue attempts a dangerous descent into a volcanic conduit. Sue's ship is incapacitated and she is apprehended by the Mole Man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mole_Man) who mentions his plan to find the "Orb of Gnomon". She escapes by jumping onto a lake of molten lava, encased in a force field, thanking the Mole Man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mole_Man) for inadvertently pointing her in the right direction in her own search for the orb. During her submersion she experiences a flashback to a message Valeria projected into the air (written in the Kree (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kree) language) right before her death.
Sue retrievs the Orb and transports back to Stephen Strange's residence. Using arcane spells, Sue, Strange and Strange's daughter, Clea, teleport to the FF asteroid, where a battle has broken out between Earth's heroes and Kree and Shi'ar forces. Using the Orb, Strange and Clea pull Franklin and Valeria into the present, along with Doom. The Doom then proceeds in attacking the Fantastic Four, constantly claiming he is superior. Realising he cannot win, Doom escapes into the collapsing Negative Zone portal, which subsequently self-destructs. The Kree and Shi'ar forces evacuate after the appearance of Galactus within the Solar System. The Fantastic Four then reunite with the Richards' children as the other heroes reach their location. Valeria reveals that she knew these events were going to happen and that she told Franklin about them and that eventually there will be sixteen members of the team, including Ben's children and the seven children that Johnny and Crystal will have.
The final page of the comic shows that Doom survived the collapsing Negative Zone gateway and that he killed Annihilus, making himself the ruler of the Negative Zone.

06-08-2008, 01:05 AM
the Wolverine End is cool....

06-08-2008, 06:17 AM
post what you want Sun, I do not mind...

now this "End" series I did not know it spanned over more than one book....(I have The Fantastic Four version)...think I will upload that next in light of your uploads.......

from what i remember theres also a Mervel Universe - The End, six part story, which was very good. i try to dig it out today.


06-08-2008, 07:41 AM
actually I have that already....also the X-men The End which I already uploaded.....

the ones that I do not have is the Wolverine and Spiderman ones

06-10-2008, 12:42 AM


06-10-2008, 07:05 AM
props to everybody for posting comics! I'm a big comic head. I been reading Fables way too much lately and not handling enough work. Lol. Some artists are wating on their mixtapes now that i was supposed to host. I got them but damn I was into that comic! Lol. I read over 70 issues in 2 days lol

06-10-2008, 01:06 PM
Miller's final major story in this period was in Batman issues 404-407 in 1987, another collaboration with Mazzuchelli. Titled Batman: Year One, this was Miller's version of the origin of Batman in which he retconned many details and adapted the story to fit his Dark Knight continuity. Proving to be hugely popular, this was as influential as Miller's previous work and a trade paperback released in 1988 remains in print and is one of DC's best selling books

06-10-2008, 01:41 PM

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is set twenty years into an alternate future. In the absence of superheroes, ordinary criminals run amok (all the super-villains having been incarcerated or otherwise killed), and a gang called the "Mutants" made up of schoolchildren terrorize Gotham City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_City). Batman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman_%28Dark_Knight_Universe%29) has been retired from crime fighting for ten years following the death of Jason Todd (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Todd), the second Robin. Wayne funds the rehabilitation of Harvey Dent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvey_Dent) ("Two-Face (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two-Face)"), leading to his release from a mental hospital, but upon re-entering society, Dent returns to crime. Wayne dons the Batman costume again and apprehends Dent, but in an increasingly media obsessed society, the populace debates publicly whether Batman is a savior or a menace.
Carrie Kelley (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrie_Kelley), a 13-year-old girl whom Batman rescues, spends her lunch money on a Robin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_%28comics%29) costume and finds Batman at the city dump, where he is fighting the Mutants. There, Batman, in a moment of insecurity about his age, foolishly accepts a challenge to battle the Mutants' leader in personal combat and is defeated. However, Kelley causes a distraction to allow Batman to incapacitate the villian and the police arrest him. Kelley returns with Batman in the tank (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tank)-like Batmobile (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batmobile) to the Batcave performing some basic first aid to stem his multiple lacerations (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lacerations). Once home, Batman takes Carrie on as the new Robin against Alfred (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Pennyworth)'s objections. The Mayor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayor) of Gotham City decides to negotiate with the leader of the Mutants, with one eye on the upcoming election, but the Mutant leader kills the Mayor in his prison cell. With Gordon's cooperation, the leader is allowed to escape from jail and Batman, taking advantage of his experience in combat, defeats him in a rematch in front of the assembled Mutant gang, which then disbands, disgusted by their leader's failure.
The Joker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joker_%28comics%29), who has spent the last decade catatonic, sees the media reports on the return of the Batman, snaps out of his funk and convinces his psychiatrist (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychiatrist) that he regrets his misdeeds. Seeking to discredit Batman, the psychiatrist appears with the Joker on a late-night show (reminiscent of David Letterman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Letterman)). Gordon finally retires and is replaced by Ellen Yindel, who is not a fan of Batman and whose first act as Commissioner is to issue an arrest warrant. She is also suspicious of the Joker and orders some of the police force to be on hand during the TV appearance. While the bulk of the police attempt to apprehend Batman, the Joker murders everyone in the television studio and escapes. Batman and Robin learn that the Joker is planning a mass killing at the country fair, where Batman defeats the Joker in a violent showdown. Batman has come to the realization that if he had indeed killed the Joker earlier instead of putting him in jail, where he would escape again and again (a common superhero theme), many innocent lives would have been saved. Batman comes short of killing the Joker by merely breaking his neck; the Joker expresses disappointment in Batman for not killing him. He twists his own broken neck, effectively killing himself, intending for the police to charge Batman with murder.
Meanwhile, the Soviet Union (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_Union) has invaded the Corto Maltese (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corto_Maltese), a Caribbean (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caribbean) Island not far from the USA, and the American response to the invasion is to unleash Superman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman) on the attacking troops. He is able to deter the attempted conquest, and in response, the Soviets fire a nuclear missile at the continental U.S. Superman is able to redirect it from its intended target to a remote desert, where it detonates. However, it turns out the missile was actually designed to cause a massive electromagnetic pulse (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_pulse) and send a huge cloud of dust into the atmosphere, precipitating a brief but intense nuclear winter (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_winter). Superman is nearly killed by the missile's detonation, as the atmospheric effects cut off his access to the yellow sunlight that provides his power and invulnerability.
As the electromagnetic pulse destroys all electrical equipment, and the country is plunged into cold and darkness, all the major American cities descend into chaos. Batman rounds up the former Mutants, including those who now call themselves the "Sons of the Batman" ("SOB" for short), to stop looting and ensure the flow of needed supplies. Gotham becomes the safest city in America, and the US government, embarrassed by this, orders Superman to take Batman down at any cost. Having been warned of the government's plans by Green Arrow (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Arrow), Batman confronts Superman at the very same place where Wayne's parents were murdered decades earlier, "Crime Alley". He dons a powered armor suit and readies various gadgets, including an arrow with a synthesized-kryptonite (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kryptonite) tip to be fired by Green Arrow. The two face off, causing massive infrastructure damage and just as Batman defeats Superman, he appears to die of a heart attack. Concurrently, Alfred destroys the Batcave (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batcave) and Wayne Manor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Manor) but suffers a fatal stroke as Robin draws away the police in the Batmobile (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batmobile).
The series comes to a close as we learn that Batman faked his own death. During the funeral in which Selina Kyle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selina_Kyle) blames Superman for Batman's death, his heart begins to beat again which Superman hears. He gives Carrie a knowing wink and walks away. Batman leads Robin, Green Arrow, and the rest of the Sons of Batman into the caverns beyond what was the Batcave and prepares to one day battle not criminals, but the corrupt authorities that had demanded he be neutralized. He figures this will be a good life, "good enough."


06-10-2008, 06:23 PM

After going underground, Batman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman_%28Dark_Knight_Universe%29) (Bruce Wayne) and his young sidekick, Catgirl (Carrie Kelly (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternate_versions_of_Robin#The_Dark_Knight_Univer se_Robins), Robin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_%28comics%29) from Batman: The Dark Knight Returns), train an army of "batboys" to save the world from a "police-state (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police-state)" dictatorship (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dictatorship) led by Lex Luthor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lex_Luthor). In a series of raids on government facilities, Batman's soldiers release from captivity other superheroes including The Atom (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Palmer_%28comics%29)- trapped for years in a petri dish (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petri_dish)-, The Flash (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flash)- forced to run on a treadmill to provide America with free power- and Plastic Man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plastic_Man)- now insane and trapped in Arkham Asylum (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arkham_Asylum). Elongated Man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elongated_Man) is recruited from his job as a commercials spokesman, and Green Arrow (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Arrow) was already working with Batman (as seen in the end of TDKR). Superman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman), working for the government, is ordered by the "President" (a front for Lex Luthor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lex_Luthor) and Brainiac (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainiac_%28comics%29)) to stop Batman. He confronts Wayne at the Batcave (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batcave), but is defeated by Batman and the other superheroes.
Meanwhile, Batman's raids have not gone unnoticed by the media (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_media). After being banned for years, the freed superheroes have recaptured the public imagination, becoming a fad among youth. At a concert for the pop group "The Superchix", Batman and the other heroes make a public appearance, urging their fans to rebel against the oppressive government.
During this time, rogue vigilante The Question (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Question_%28comics%29) spies on Luthor's plans, scribbling out a journal to record the misdeeds of those in power. He attempts to convince the Martian Manhunter (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martian_Manhunter), now an aged, bitter, near-powerless figure with his mind filled with Luthor's nanotechnology (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanotechnology), to stand up against Superman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman) and the powers that be. The two are soon attacked by a figure who physically resembles the Joker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joker_%28comics%29) but is seemingly invulnerable to injury, and the Martian Manhunter sacrifices his life as The Question is rescued by Green Arrow. The villain escapes, and is depicted throughout the three issue series killing The Guardian (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guardian_%28DC_Comics%29), The Creeper (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creeper_%28comics%29) and likely other heroes who came out of retirement.
An alien (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extraterrestrial_life) monster lands in Metropolis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolis_%28comics%29) and begins to destroy the city. Batman, however, is convinced that it is a way to lure him and his allies out of hiding and does not respond, in spite of Flash's claim that they are supposed to save lives. Batman's attitude is that the stakes are too high to worry about preserving life at all cost, whether this applies to men, women or even children.
Superman and Captain Marvel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Marvel_%28DC_Comics%29) come out of hiding to fight the monster, but it is revealed to be Brainiac, who coerces Superman (using the bottled Kryptonian city of Kandor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kandor) as leverage) into losing the battle in order to crush the people's faith in superheroes. Captain Marvel is killed defending citizens from the carnage, but Superman is saved when Lara, his daughter by Wonder Woman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Woman), appears and destroys Brainiac's monster body. She has been carefully hidden since birth, but now that the government knows she exists they demand that she be handed over.
Deciding that Batman and his methods are the only way out, Superman, Wonder Woman and their daughter join him and assist in his plan. By having Lara pretend to hand herself over to Brainiac, the Atom is able to slip into the bottle and destroy it from the inside, the now-empowered and growing Kryptonians using their combined heat vision to destroy Brainiac, the heroes subsequently destroying the power source of the dictatorship and inciting revolution (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revolution). Batman allows himself to be captured and tortured by Luthor, who plans to use satellites to destroy most of the world's population and leave them with a more manageably amouont of people. The satellites, however, are destroyed by the now god-like Green Lantern (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Lantern) who wraps a giant fist around the Earth, destroying Luthor's several trillion dollars-worth of weapons. Luthor is subsequently killed by the son of Hawkman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawkman) whom he had killed earlier on. This is an action Batman planned and condones.
Returning to the Batcave, Batman receives a communication from Carrie: she is being attacked by the same psychopath who dispatched the Martian Manhunter and other heroes. Batman recognizes the assailant as Dick Grayson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Grayson), the first Robin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_%28comics%29), who has been genetically manipulated to possess a powerful healing factor and is criminally insane. Batman shows nothing but contempt for his former sidekick and plans his death the moment they face each other. Batman hurls himself and Grayson into a miles-deep crevasse filled with lava and blows up the entire cave, igniting an underground volcano and destroying everything -- only to be saved by Superman at the last minute and brought to Carrie in the Batmobile (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batmobile). Both Batman and Carrie, though badly injured, survive and continue on.


06-10-2008, 08:13 PM



I need books 3 and 4

06-10-2008, 09:13 PM


06-12-2008, 05:40 PM
For anyone with a fast internet connection and torrent software, here is a torrent for every single part (in order) of every single major story arc that has affected the Marvel Universe!!! If anyone wants any section(s) of this, then I'm downloading it soon and i'll be happy to up any bits that you can't find elsewhere. Gimme a shout.


It contains these files:

01 Original Galactus Saga / Fantastic 4 #048.cbr
01 Original Galactus Saga / Fantastic 4 #049.cbr
01 Original Galactus Saga / Fantastic 4 #050.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #089.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #090.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #091.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #092.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #093.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #094.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #095.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #096.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / Avengers #097.cbr
02 Kree Skrull War / KreeSkrullWar.jpg
03 Death of Gwen Stacy / Amazing Spider-Man #121.cbr
03 Death of Gwen Stacy / Amazing Spider-Man #122.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #166.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #167.cbz
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #168.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #169.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #170.cbz
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #171.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #172.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #173.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #174.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #175.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Captain America #176.cbr
04 Secret Empire / Like it. BUY IT!.jpg
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05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #169.cbz
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #170.cbz
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #171.cbr
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #172.cbr
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #173.cbr
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #174.cbr
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #175.cbr
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #176.cbr
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #177.cbr
05 Korvac Saga / Avengers #178.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 001 The Uncanny X-Men #132.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 002 The Uncanny X-Men #133.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 003 The Uncanny X-Men #134.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 004 The Uncanny X-Men #135.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 005 The Uncanny X-Men #136.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 006 The Uncanny X-Men #137.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 007 The Uncanny X-Men #138.cbr
06 Dark Phoenix Saga / 008 Uncanny X-Men Annual #004.cbr
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07 Days of Future Past / 005 The Uncanny X-Men #142.cbr
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07 Days of Future Past / 008 Dazzler #003.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 009 Dazzler #004.cbr
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07 Days of Future Past / 012 The Uncanny X-Men #145.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 013 The Uncanny X-Men #146.cbr
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07 Days of Future Past / 041 The Uncanny X-Men #154.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 042 The Uncanny X-Men #155.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 043 The Uncanny X-Men #156.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 044 The Uncanny X-Men #157.cbr
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07 Days of Future Past / 047 Dazzler #014.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 048 Dazzler #015.cbr
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07 Days of Future Past / 050 The Uncanny X-Men #158.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 051 The Uncanny X-Men #159.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 052 Uncanny X-Men Annual #006.cbr
07 Days of Future Past / 053 What If v2 024 ..Wolverine Was Lord Of The Vampires.cbz
07 Days of Future Past / 054 The Uncanny X-Men #160.cbr
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09 Secret Wars / Secret Wars I #011.cbr
09 Secret Wars / Secret Wars I #012 Nothing To Fear.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Pre-Secret Wars II.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #001.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #002.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #003.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #004.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #005.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #006.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #007.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #008.cbr
10 Secret Wars II / Secret Wars II #009.cbr
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11 Mutant Massacre / 002 The Uncanny X-Men #211.cbr
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11 Mutant Massacre / 011 The Uncanny X-Men #213.cbr
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13 Kraven's Last Hunt / 001- Web Of Spiderman #031.cbz
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13 Kraven's Last Hunt / 004- Web Of Spiderman #032.cbz
13 Kraven's Last Hunt / 005- Amazing Spider-Man #294.cbz
13 Kraven's Last Hunt / 006- Spectacular Spider-Man #132.cbr
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14 Evolutionary war / 007 Uncanny X-Men Annual #012.cbr
14 Evolutionary war / 008 Web Of Spider-Man Annual 004.cbz
14 Evolutionary war / 009 West Coast Avengers Annual #03.cbr
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15 Inferno / 009 The Uncanny X-Men #241.cbr
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15 Inferno / 032 Fantastic Four V1-323.cbr
15 Inferno / 033 Power Pack 42.cbr
15 Inferno / 034 Power Pack 43.cbr
15 Inferno / 035 Power Pack 44.cbr
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15 Inferno / 037 Spectacular Spider-Man 147.cbr
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16 Atlantis Attacks / 003 Uncanny X-Men Annual #13.cbr
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16 Atlantis Attacks / 006 Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #09.cbr
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17 Acts of Vengeance / 033 Web of Spider-Man #059.cbz
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17 Acts of Vengeance / 038 The Uncanny X-Men #256.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 039 The Uncanny X-Men #257.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 040 The Uncanny X-Men #258.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 041 Daredevil v1 275.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 042 Daredevil v1 276.cbr
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17 Acts of Vengeance / 044 The Punisher - War Journal #13.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 045 Marc Spector Moon Knight 08.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 046 Marc Spector Moon Knight 09.cbz
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17 Acts of Vengeance / 050 West Coast Avengers 054.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 051 Spectacular Spider-Man 159.cbr
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17 Acts of Vengeance / 053 Amazing Spider-Man v1 328.cbz
17 Acts of Vengeance / 054 Damage Control v2 #3.cbz
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17 Acts of Vengeance / 056 Spectacular Spider-Man 160.cbr
17 Acts of Vengeance / 057 Web of Spider-Man #061.cbz
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17 Acts of Vengeance / 066 Web of Spider-Man #064.cbz
17 Acts of Vengeance / 067 Web of Spider-Man #065.cbz
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18 X-Tinction Agenda / 002 New Mutants #095.cbr
18 X-Tinction Agenda / 003 X-Factor #060.cbr
18 X-Tinction Agenda / 004 The Uncanny X-Men #271.cbr
18 X-Tinction Agenda / 005 New Mutants #096.cbr
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18 X-Tinction Agenda / 007 The Uncanny X-Men #272.cbr
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19 Cross Time Caper / Excalibur v1 #020.cbr
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19 Cross Time Caper / Excalibur v1 #022.cbr
19 Cross Time Caper / Excalibur v1 #023.cbr
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20 Infinity Gauntlet / 06 Doctor Strange #033.cbr
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21 Operation Galactic Storm / 005- Avengers #345.cbz
21 Operation Galactic Storm / 006- Iron Man #278.cbr
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21 Operation Galactic Storm / 010- Quasar #033.cbr
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21 Operation Galactic Storm / 017- Quasar #034.cbr
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21 Operation Galactic Storm / 019- Avengers #347.cbr
21 Operation Galactic Storm / 020- Captain America #401.cbr
21 Operation Galactic Storm / 021- Quasar #035.cbr
21 Operation Galactic Storm / 022- Avengers West Coast #083.cbr
21 Operation Galactic Storm / 023- Quasar #036.cbr
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22 Infinity War / 02 Silver Surfer v3 #067.cbr
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22 Infinity War / 04 The Infinity War 3 (of 6).cbr
22 Infinity War / 05 Warlock & Infinity Watch 08.cbr
22 Infinity War / 06 Marvel Comics Presents 108.cbr
22 Infinity War / 07 Marvel Comics Presents 109.cbz
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22 Infinity War / 12 Fantastic Four V1 369.cbz
22 Infinity War / 13 Wonder Man 014.cbr
22 Infinity War / 14 Warlock & Infinity Watch 09.cbr
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22 Infinity War / 17 Quasar 40.cbr
22 Infinity War / 18 Warlock & Infinity Watch 10.cbr
22 Infinity War / 19 The Infinity War 6 (of 6).cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 001 The Uncanny X-Men #294.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 002 X-Factor #084.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 003 X-Men #014.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 004 X-Force #016.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 005 The Uncanny X-Men #295.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 006 X-Factor #085.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 007 X-Men #015.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 008 X-Force #017.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 009 The Uncanny X-Men #296.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 010 X-Factor #086.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 011 X-Men #016.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 012 X-Force #018.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 013 Stryfe's Strike Files.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 014 The Uncanny X-Men #297.cbr
23 X-Cutioner's Song / 015 X-Factor #087.cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 01 The Infinity Crusade 1 (of 6).cbz
24 Infinity Crusade / 02 The Infinity Crusade #2.cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 03 Warlock Chron 02.cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 04 Warlock & Infinity Watch 19.cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 05 The Infinity Crusade 3 (of 6).cbz
24 Infinity Crusade / 06 Silver Surfer v3 #083.cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 07 Warlock & Infinity Watch 20.cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 08 The Infinity Crusade 4 (of 6).cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 09 Silver Surfer v3 #084.cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 10 The Infinity Crusade 5 (of 6).cbr
24 Infinity Crusade / 11 The Infinity Crusade 6 (of 6).cbr
25 Maximum Carnage / 001- Spider-Man Unlimited #001.cbr
25 Maximum Carnage / 002- Web of Spider-Man #101.cbz
25 Maximum Carnage / 003- Amazing Spider Man #378.cbr
25 Maximum Carnage / 004- Peter Parker #035.cbz
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49 Planet Hulk / 04 New Avengers - Illuminati Special.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 05 Peace in Our Time Incredible Hulk v3 088.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 06 Peace in Our Time Incredible Hulk v3 089.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 07 Peace in Our Time Incredible Hulk v3 090.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 08 Peace in Our Time Incredible Hulk v3 091.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 09 Exile Incredible Hulk v3 092.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 10 Exile Incredible Hulk v3 093.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 11 Exile Incredible Hulk v3 094.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 12 Exile Incredible Hulk v3 095.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 13 Giant Size Hulk 01.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 14 Planet Hulk - Gladiator Guidebook.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 15 Anarchy Incredible Hulk v3 096.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 16 Anarchy Incredible Hulk v3 097.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 17 Anarchy Incredible Hulk v3 098.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 18 Anarchy Incredible Hulk v3 099.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 19 Allegiance Incredible Hulk v3 100.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 20 Allegiance Incredible Hulk v3 101.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 21 Allegiance Incredible Hulk v3 102.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 22 Allegiance Incredible Hulk v3 103.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 23 Armageddon Incredible Hulk 104.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / 24 Armageddon Incredible Hulk v3 105.cbr
49 Planet Hulk / Planet Hulk (Checklist Promo Card).cbr
50 The Collective / The New Avengers 16.cbr
50 The Collective / The New Avengers 17.cbr
50 The Collective / The New Avengers 18.cbr
50 The Collective / The New Avengers 19.cbr
50 The Collective / The New Avengers 20.cbr
51 Annihilation / 01 - Drax the Destroyer 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 02 - Drax the Destroyer 02.cbr
51 Annihilation / 03 - Drax the Destroyer 03.cbr
51 Annihilation / 04 - Drax the Destroyer 04.cbr
51 Annihilation / 05 - Annihilation - Prologue 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 06 - Annihilation - Silver Surfer 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 07 - Annihilation - Super Skrull 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 08 - Annihilation - Nova 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 09 - Annihilation Ronan 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 10 - Annihilation Silver Surfer 02.cbr
51 Annihilation / 11 - Annihilation - Super Skrull 02.cbr
51 Annihilation / 12 - Annihilation - Nova 02.cbr
51 Annihilation / 13 - Annihilation Ronan 02.cbr
51 Annihilation / 14 - Annihilation - Silver Surfer 03.cbr
51 Annihilation / 15 - Annihilation - Super Skrull 03.cbr
51 Annihilation / 16 - Annihilation - Nova 03.cbr
51 Annihilation / 17 - Annihilation - Ronan 03.cbr
51 Annihilation / 18 - Annihilation - Silver Surfer 04.cbr
51 Annihilation / 19 - Annihilation - Super Skrull 04.cbr
51 Annihilation / 20 - Annihalation - Nova 04.cbr
51 Annihilation / 21 - Annihilation - Ronan 04.cbr
51 Annihilation / 22 - Annihilation - The Nova Corps Files.cbr
51 Annihilation / 23 - Annihilation 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 24 - Annihilation 02.cbr
51 Annihilation / 25 - Annihilation 03.cbr
51 Annihilation / 26 - Annihilation 04.cbr
51 Annihilation / 27 - Annihilation 05.cbr
51 Annihilation / 28 - Annihilation 06.cbr
51 Annihilation / 29 - Annihilation Saga.cbr
51 Annihilation / 30 - Annihilation - Heralds of Galactus 01.cbr
51 Annihilation / 31 - Annihilation - Heralds of Galactus 02.cbr
51 Annihilation / 32 - Nova v4 01.cbr
52 Road to Civil War / 001- The New Avengers Illuminati.cbr
52 Road to Civil War / 002- Fantastic Four 536.cbr
52 Road to Civil War / 003- Fantastic Four 537.cbr
52 Road to Civil War / 004- Amazing Spider-Man v2 529.cbr
52 Road to Civil War / 005- Amazing Spider-Man v2 530.cbr
52 Road to Civil War / 006- Amazing Spider-Man v2 531.cbr
52 Road to Civil War / 007- Civil War Opening Shot Sketchbook.cbr
53 Civil War / 001 Civil War 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 002 Marvel Spotlight.cbr
53 Civil War / 003 She-Hulk 08.cbr
53 Civil War / 004 Wolverine v3 042.cbr
53 Civil War / 005 Amazing Spider-Man 532.cbr
53 Civil War / 006 Civil War - Frontline 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 007 X-Factor v2 08.cbr
53 Civil War / 008 Daily Bugle - Wednesday July 19, 2006.cbr
53 Civil War / 009 New Avengers 021.cbr
53 Civil War / 011 Civil War 02.cbr
53 Civil War / 012 Amazing Spider-Man 533.cbr
53 Civil War / 013 Civil War - Frontline 02.cbr
53 Civil War / 014 New Avengers 022.cbr
53 Civil War / 015 Thunderbolts 103.cbr
53 Civil War / 016 X-Factor v3 09.cbr
53 Civil War / 017 Wolverine v3 043.cbr
53 Civil War / 018 Wolverine v3 044.cbr
53 Civil War / 019 Civil War - Frontline 03.cbr
53 Civil War / 020 Thunderbolts 104.cbr
53 Civil War / 021 Daily Bugle - Wednesday September 27, 2006.cbr
53 Civil War / 022 Young Avengers & Runaways Civil War 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 023 Young Avengers & Runaways Civil War 02.cbr
53 Civil War / 024 Young Avengers & Runaways Civil War 03.cbr
53 Civil War / 025 Civil War - Frontline 04.cbr
53 Civil War / 026 Young Avengers & Runaways Civil War 04.cbr
53 Civil War / 027 Black Panther 18.cbr
53 Civil War / 028 Fantastic Four 538.cbr
53 Civil War / 029 Wolverine v3 045.cbr
53 Civil War / 030 Captain America 022.cbr
53 Civil War / 031 Heroes for Hire 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 032 Black Panther v4 019.cbr
53 Civil War / 033 Cable & Deadpool 030.cbr
53 Civil War / 034 Civil War Frontline 05.cbr
53 Civil War / 035 Iron Man 013.cbr
53 Civil War / 036 Black Panther v4 020.cbr
53 Civil War / 037 Civil War 03.cbr
53 Civil War / 038 Civil War 04.cbr
53 Civil War / 039 Civil War - Frontline 06.cbr
53 Civil War / 040 Cable Deadpool 031.cbr
53 Civil War / 041 Civi War - Frontline 07.cbr
53 Civil War / 042 Cable & Deadpool 032.cbr
53 Civil War / 043 Amazing Spider-man 534.cbr
53 Civil War / 044 Fantastic Four 539.cbr
53 Civil War / 045 Black Panther v4 021.cbr
53 Civil War / 046 Black Panther v4 022.cbr
53 Civil War / 047 X-Men Civil War 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 048 Civil War - Choosing Sides 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 049 Heroes for hire 02.cbr
53 Civil War / 050 Iron Man Captain America - Causalties of War.cbr
53 Civil War / 051 - Incredible Hulk 100.cbr
53 Civil War / 052 X-Men Civil War 02.cbr
53 Civil War / 053 X-Men Civil War 03.cbr
53 Civil War / 054 X-Men Civil War 04.cbr
53 Civil War / 055 Ms Marvel v2 06.cbr
53 Civil War / 056 New Avengers 023.cbr
53 Civil War / 057 Captain America v5 023.cbr
53 Civil War / 058 New Avengers 024.cbr
53 Civil War / 059 Civil War - The Return.cbr
53 Civil War / 060 Ms. Marvel 07.cbr
53 Civil War / 061 Ms. Marvel 08.cbr
53 Civil War / 062 Wolverine v3 046.cbr
53 Civil War / 063 Wolverine v3 047.cbr
53 Civil War / 064 Blade 05.cbr
53 Civil War / 065 Black Panther v4 023.cbr
53 Civil War / 066 Captain America v5 024.cbr
53 Civil War / 067 Civil War Frontline 08.cbr
53 Civil War / 068 Black Panther v4 024.cbr
53 Civil War / 069 Wolverine v3 048.cbr
53 Civil War / 070 Fantastic Four 540.cbr
53 Civil War / 071 Amazing Spider-Man 535.cbr
53 Civil War / 072 Thunderbolts 105.cbr
53 Civil War / 073 Heroes for Hire v2 03.cbr
53 Civil War / 074 Civil War 05.cbr
53 Civil War / 075 Punisher War Journal v2 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 076 Civil War Frontline 09.cbr
53 Civil War / 077 Fantastic Four 541.cbr
53 Civil War / 078 Fantastic Four 542.cbr
53 Civil War / 079 Civil War - War Crimes 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 080 Iron Man 14.cbr
53 Civil War / 081 Amazing Spiderman 536.cbr
53 Civil War / 082 Moon Knight 07.cbr
53 Civil War / 083 Amazing Spider-Man 537.cbr
53 Civil War / 084 Winter Soldier - Winter Kills.cbr
53 Civil War / 085 Punisher War Journal v2 02.cbr
53 Civil War / 086 Punisher WarJournal v2 03.cbr
53 Civil War / 087 Black Panther 25.cbr
53 Civil War / 089 Moon Knight 08.cbr
53 Civil War / 090 Moon Knight 009.cbr
53 Civil War / 091 Moon Knight 010.cbr
53 Civil War / 092 Civil War 06 of 7.cbr
53 Civil War / 093 Civil War - Frontline 10.cbr
53 Civil War / 094 Amazing_Spider-Man_538.cbr
53 Civil War / 095 Civil War 07.cbr
53 Civil War / 096 New Avengers 025.cbr
53 Civil War / 097 Fantastic Four 543.cbr
53 Civil War / 098 Civil War - Frontline 011.cbr
53 Civil War / 099 Civil War - Battle Damage Report.cbr
53 Civil War / 100 Iron Man v4 015.cbr
53 Civil War / 101 Captain America v5 025.cbr
53 Civil War / 102 Civil War - The Confession 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 103 Civil War - The Initiative 01.cbr
53 Civil War / 104 Marvel Spotlight - Civil War - Aftermath.cbr
53 Civil War / Specials / Civil Wars Files.cbr
53 Civil War / Specials / Wizard 182 (Civil War Special Report).cbr
53 Civil War / Specials / Wizard 184 Civil War Report.cbr
54 Silent War / Silent War 01.cbr
54 Silent War / Silent War 02.cbr
54 Silent War / Silent War 03.cbr
54 Silent War / Silent War 04.cbr
54 Silent War / Silent War 05.cbr
54 Silent War / Silent War 06.cbr
55 The Initiative / 01 Fallen Son - The Death of Captain America 01.cbr
55 The Initiative / 02 Fallen Son - The Death of Captain America 02.cbr
55 The Initiative / 03 Fallen Son - The Death of Captain America 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 04 Fallen Son - The Death of Captain America 04.cbr
55 The Initiative / 05 Fallen Son - The Death of Captain America 05.cbr
55 The Initiative / 06 Fallen Son - Daily Bugle Special.cbr
55 The Initiative / 07 Avengers - The Initiative 01.cbr
55 The Initiative / 08 Avengers - The Initiative 02.cbr
55 The Initiative / 09 Avengers - The Initiative 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 10 Thunderbolts 110.cbr
55 The Initiative / 11 Thunderbolts 111.cbr
55 The Initiative / 12 Thunderbolts 112.cbr
55 The Initiative / 13 Thunderbolts 113.cbr
55 The Initiative / 14 Thunderbolts 114.cbr
55 The Initiative / 15 Thunderbolts 115.cbr
55 The Initiative / 16 Ms. Marvel v2 013.cbr
55 The Initiative / 17 Ms. Marvel v2 014.cbr
55 The Initiative / 18 Ms. Marvel v2 015.cbr
55 The Initiative / 19 Ms. Marvel v2 016.cbr
55 The Initiative / 20 Ms. Marvel v2 017.cbr
55 The Initiative / 21 Nova 02.cbr
55 The Initiative / 22 Nova 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 28 Omega Flight 01.cbr
55 The Initiative / 29 Omega Flight 02.cbr
55 The Initiative / 30 Omega Flight 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 31 Omega Flight 04.cbr
55 The Initiative / 32 Omega Flight 05.cbr
55 The Initiative / 33 Captain America v5 26.cbr
55 The Initiative / 34 Captain America v5 27.cbr
55 The Initiative / 35 Captain America v5 28.cbr
55 The Initiative / 36 Captain America v5 29.cbr
55 The Initiative / 37 Captain America v5 30.cbr
55 The Initiative / 38 Black Panther 026.cbr
55 The Initiative / 39 Fantastic Four 544.cbr
55 The Initiative / 40 Fantastic Four 545.cbr
55 The Initiative / 41 Fantastic Four 546.cbr
55 The Initiative / 42 Black Panther 027.cbr
55 The Initiative / 43 Black Panther 028.cbr
55 The Initiative / 44 Black Panther 029.cbr
55 The Initiative / 45 Black Panther 030.cbr
55 The Initiative / 46 Fantastic Four 547.cbr
55 The Initiative / 47 Fantastic Four 548.cbr
55 The Initiative / 48 Fantastic Four 549.cbr
55 The Initiative / 49 Fantastic Four 550.cbr
55 The Initiative / 50 Iron Man v4 016.cbr
55 The Initiative / 51 Iron Man v4 017.cbr
55 The Initiative / 52 Iron Man v4 018.cbr
55 The Initiative / 53 Marvel Spotlight Captain America.cbr
55 The Initiative / 54 Sub-Mariner 01.cbr
55 The Initiative / 55 Sub Mariner 02.cbr
55 The Initiative / 56 Sub-Mariner 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 57 Sub-Mariner 04.cbr
55 The Initiative / 58 sub-mariner 05.cbr
55 The Initiative / 59 Sub-Mariner 06.cbr
55 The Initiative / 60 The Order 01.cbr
55 The Initiative / 61 The Order 02.cbr
55 The Initiative / 62 The Order 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 63 The Order 04.cbr
55 The Initiative / 64 Punisher War Journal v2 06.cbr
55 The Initiative / 65 Punisher War Journal v2 07.cbr
55 The Initiative / 66 Punisher War Journal v2 08.cbr
55 The Initiative / 67 Punisher War Journal v2 09.cbr
55 The Initiative / 68 Punisher War Journal v2 10.cbr
55 The Initiative / 69 Punisher War Journal v2 11.cbr
55 The Initiative / 70 Mighty Avengers 01.cbr
55 The Initiative / 71 Mighty Avengers 02.CBR
55 The Initiative / 72 Mighty Avengers 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 73 Mighty Avengers 04.cbr
55 The Initiative / 74 Mighty Avengers 05.cbr
55 The Initiative / 75 Mighty Avengers 06.cbr
55 The Initiative / 76 New Warriors 01.cbr
55 The Initiative / 77 New Warriors 02.cbr
55 The Initiative / 78 New Warriors 03.cbr
55 The Initiative / 79 New Warriors 04.cbr
55 The Initiative / 80 New Warriors 05.cbr
55 The Initiative / 81 New Warriors 06.cbr
55 The Initiative / 82 New Warriors 07.cbr
55 The Initiative / 83 New Warriors 08.cbr
55 The Initiative / 84 Moon Knight 011.cbr
55 The Initiative / 85 Moon Knight 012.cbr
55 The Initiative / 86 Moon Knight 013.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 01 World War Hulk Prologue - World_Breaker.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 02 Incredible Hulk 106.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 03 World War Hulk 01.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 04 Incredible Hulk 107.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 05 Iron Man 019.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 06 Ghost Rider 012.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 07 Heroes For Hire 011.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 08 World War Hulk - X-Men 01.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 09 World War Hulk - Frontline 01.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 10 The Irredeemable Ant-Man 010.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 11 World War Hulk - Gamma Corps 01.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 12 World War Hulk 02.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 13 World War Hulk - X-Men 02.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 14 World War Hulk - Frontline 02.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 15 Avengers - The Initiative 04.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 16 Ghost Rider 013.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 17 Iron Man 020.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 18 Heroes for Hire 012.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 19 Incredible Hulk 108.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 20 World War Hulk 03.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 21 Marvel Spotlight - World War Hulk.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 22 World War Hulk - Frontline 03.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 23 Incredible Hulk 109.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 24 Avengers - The Initiative 05.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 25 World War Hulk - Gamma Corps 02.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 26 World War Hulk - Gamma Files.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 27 World War Hulk - X-Men 03.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 28 World War Hulk - Frontline 04.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 29 Heroes For Hire 013.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 30 Incredible Hulk 110.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 31 World War Hulk 04.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 32 World War Hulk - Gamma Corps 03.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 33 World War Hulk - Frontline 05.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 34 Heroes For Hire 014.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 35 World War Hulk - Gamma Corps 04.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 36 World War Hulk 05.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 37 Punisher War Journal 012.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 38 World War Hulk Frontline 06.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 39 Heroes For Hire 015.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 40 Incredible Hulk 111.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 41 World War Hulk Aftersmash 01.cbr
56 World War Hulk / 42 What If Planet Hulk 01.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 01 x-men messiah complex 01.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 02 Uncanny X-Men 492.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 03 X-Factor 025.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 04 New X-Men 044.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 05 X-Men 205.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 06 Uncanny_X-Men_493.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 07 X-Factor_026.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 08 new_x-men 045.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 09 X-Men 206.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 10 Marvel Spotlight - X-Men - Messiah Complex.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 11 X-Men - Messiah_Complex - Mutant_Files.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 12 Uncanny X-Men 494.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 13 X-Factor 027.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 14 New X-Men 046.cbr
57 Messiah Complex / 15 X-Men 207.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 00 - Annihilation Conquest Prologue.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 01 - Wraith #1.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 02 - Wraith #2.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 03 - Wraith 03.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 04 - Wraith 04.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 05 - Nova 04.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 06 - Nova 05.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 07 - Nova 06.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 08 - Nova 07.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 09 - Quasar 01.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 10 - Quasar 02.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 11 - Quasar 03.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 12 - Quasar 04.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 13 - Starlord 01.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 14 - Starlord 02.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 15 - Starlord 03.cbz
58 Annihilation Conquest / 16 - Starlord 04.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 17 - Annihilation Conquest 01.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 18 - Annihilation Conquest 02.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 19 - Annihilation Conquest 03.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 20 - Annihilation Conquest 04.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 21 - Annihilation Conquest 05.cbr
58 Annihilation Conquest / 22 - Annihilation Conquest 06.txt

That lot should last you a while!!!

06-12-2008, 10:07 PM
yeah I saw that also...but that is just too much at once plus I have alot of that stuff already

06-12-2008, 10:16 PM
I figured it would make for a nice package for the uninitiated. Also, it's really useful to see the order of what went where with regards to the major story arcs.

06-12-2008, 10:34 PM
damn, mad stuff^^

06-13-2008, 05:28 PM
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for this. This is a great freaking post, I can never keep up with the storylines in comics lol.

06-13-2008, 08:47 PM
Thank You For The Dark Knight Returns And Strikes Material Appreciate It

06-14-2008, 01:25 AM
With all these digital comics to read I need to get myself one of these:


Unfortunately those things are expensive.

06-14-2008, 12:57 PM
yeah I wish I could afford one of those it would be the ultimate in portable........

06-14-2008, 03:39 PM
Fuck it!! I found a quality deal on eBay and I'm going for it. I can't really afford it, but I've wanted a laptop for a while and this one will be perfect for e-comics.



06-15-2008, 06:02 PM


06-15-2008, 06:04 PM
Shit I never seen that one. Props once again Nakhi!

06-15-2008, 06:53 PM
oh that is an old one from way back when I was reading books alot(20 years ago)

06-15-2008, 06:56 PM
I've seen most Marvel/DC crossovers, but not that one.

I'm gonna contribute some good DC stuff soon.

06-15-2008, 08:51 PM

Krona (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krona_%28comics%29), an exiled villain from the DC Universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Universe) who has gained the powers of entropy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entropy), begins destroying entire universes in his obsession to find out how they are created. The Grandmaster (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grandmaster_%28Marvel_Comics%29), an alien from the Marvel Universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Universe) who is obsessed with games, offers to give Krona the knowledge he seeks in return for not destroying his universe - but only if he can beat him in a game. The game involves manipulating the Avengers and the Justice League into trying to obtain twelve items of power (six from each universe - the DC items being the Spear of Destiny (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spear_of_Destiny); the Book of Eternity (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book_of_Eternity_%28comics%29); the Orb of Ra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metamorpho#Origin); the Psycho Pirate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psycho_Pirate)'s Medusa Mask; Uthool's Green Bell; Nyorlath's Silver Wheel; Calythos's Red Jar (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demons_Three); and the Green Lantern (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Lantern) Power Battery (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_ring_%28weapon%29) of Kyle Rayner (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyle_Rayner); and the Marvel items being the Ultimate Nullifier (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultimate_Nullifier); the Evil Eye (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evil_Eye_of_Avalon); the Wand of Watoomb (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wand_of_Watoomb); the Casket of Ancient Winters (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casket_of_Ancient_Winters); the Cosmic Cube (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmic_Cube); and the Infinity Gems (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinity_Gems)) that have been hidden around across the two worlds. The New God Metron (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metron_%28comics%29) of the DC Universe also helps to trick the heroes into participating. They battle members from the opposing team until a final confrontation during which Krona and the Grandmaster betray each other.
Krona scans the Grandmaster's mind and learns of Galactus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galactus), while the Grandmaster uses the power of the twelve artifacts to merge the two universes and trap Krona at their epicentre. Krona then retaliates by killing the Grandmaster and causing the universes to collapse. The Avengers and the Justice League join forces to battle Krona, and due to several chronal distortions are aided by past members of both teams. Krona is finally defeated, and implodes to become a "cosmic egg (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmic_egg)" from which a universe will eventually be born. The two universes are returned to normal with no evidence of Krona's tampering.


06-17-2008, 04:35 PM

Annihilation is a Marvel Comics 2006 crossover event highlighting several relatively under-used outer space-related characters in the Marvel Universe.

Annihilation started with a 48-page one-shot issue entitled Annihilation: Prologue which was released on March 15, 2006 and then followed by four 4-issue mini-series: Annihilation: Silver Surfer (April 1 2006), Annihilation: Super-Skrull (April 12 2006), Annihilation: Nova (April 19 2006), and Annihilation: Ronan (April 26 2006). The event concludes with a 6-issue limited series entitled Annihilation, bringing the four stories together, and a Post-Annihilation 2-issue mini-series. The limited series Drax the Destroyer: Earth Fall (September 28 2005) was a prelude to the event.info:


forgot a 2 part mini series.


06-24-2008, 05:48 PM
YO Nakhi do you have Blade comic series or somethin' ??

06-25-2008, 03:10 AM
nah sorry

06-25-2008, 03:18 AM
Blade Vol.2:


06-25-2008, 06:12 AM
Thank you Lucky!

06-25-2008, 06:24 AM
Prim0 - I grabbed those links from elsewhere, so can you drop back in to confirm that they're genuine and good quality.

06-25-2008, 06:27 AM
Already got two of them and they are good quality.

06-26-2008, 06:09 PM
okay I am thinking about uploading the WHOLE DC Crisis series(trust me it is a shit load of books)....give me a minute this is the line up

Crisis On Infinite Earths + Tie Ins (1st Major Crisis)
Death Of Superman
Emerald Twilight (GL)
New Dawn (GL)
Knightfall (Batman)
Zero Hour (2nd Major Crisis)
Prodigal/Troika (Batman)
Final Night
Day Of Judgement
Identity Crisis (Lead Into Infinite Crisis)
Rebirth (GL)
Villains United
Day Of Vengeance
OMAC Project
Rann-Thanagar War
Infinite Crisis (3rd Major Crisis)
Battle For Bludhaven
1 Year Later
Countdown + Tie Ins (yes there are a sh*tload)
Sinestro Corps War
Final Crisis (4th Crisis)

and trust me it is a shitload

06-26-2008, 07:13 PM
Lucky do you have more Blade? I'm a big fan you gotta understand :D

07-01-2008, 03:19 AM
Sorry I've got no more Blade.

Nakhi up that Crisis shit man. I've only read some and I need to read the lot.


Here's Grant Morrison's entire run on Batman up to R.I.P. I'll add the complete R.I.P. storyline when it's finished in October.

I've ordered it as it was released rather than the order it's being collected in books and I've included the other wirters parts to the Resurrection of Ra's Al Ghul arc.

Batman #655-658
Batman #663-670
Robin #168
Nightwing #138
Detective Comics #838
Batman #671
Robin #169
Nightwing #139
Detective Comics #839
Batman #672-675

Prelude to Batman R.I.P. (Pt.1)

Prelude to Batman R.I.P. (Pt.2)

Prelude to Batman R.I.P. (Pt.3)

07-02-2008, 11:02 PM
where are u up to on RIP, i only have the first 3 regualr batman ones....676, 77, 78 right? i dont have any others, what am i missing thus far?

07-03-2008, 08:02 AM
I believe this is the release order for R.I.P.

1. Batman #676 May 14th
2. Batman #677 May 28th
3. Batman #678 July 2nd
4. Detective Comics #846 July 9th
5. Robin #175 July 23rd
6. Batman #679 August 6th
7. Nightwing #147 August 6th
8. Robin #176 August 6th
9. Detective Comics #847 August 13th
10. Robin #177 August 20th (not an official part, but ust link in)
11. Batman #680 August 27th
12. Detective Comics #848 September 3rd
13. Nightwing #148 September 3rd
14. Batman and the Outsiders #11 September 17th
15. Robin #178 September 17th

No announced date:

Batman #681
Batman #682
Detective Comics #849
Detective Comics #850
Batman and the Outsiders #12
Batman and the Outsiders #13
Nightwing #149
Nightwing #150

07-03-2008, 10:49 AM

Here's Alan Moore's legendary run on Swamp Thing (Swamp Thing v2 #20-58, #60-61, #63-64 & Annual #2). I've seperated the issues into the six books it's collected in.

1 - Saga of the Swamp Thing

2 - Love and Death

3 - The Curse

4 - A Murder of Crows

5 - Earth to Earth

6 - Reunion

07-03-2008, 03:13 PM


07-04-2008, 10:25 AM

Here's Grant Morrison's classic run of the first 26 issues of animal Man v2.

During his run on the title, Morrison consistently manipulated and deconstructed the fourth wall (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_wall) — the imaginary barrier separating the reader from the setting of the story which also extends to the characters and their creators. One visual expression of this theme was to present characters in a state of partial erasure — often juxtaposing the artist's pencil drafts with the finished art. Additionally, some characters become aware that they are being viewed by a vast audience, and are able to interact with the borders of the panels (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panel_%28comics%29) on the page. The series notably contained the only overt references to the various Earths of the pre-Crisis DC Multiverse (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiverse_%28DC_Comics%29).

Issue #5, "The Coyote Gospel," features Crafty, a thinly-disguised Wile E. Coyote (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wile_E._Coyote) (of the Road Runner cartoons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_Runner_cartoons)). Weary of the endless cycle of violence which he and his cartoon compatriots are subject to, Crafty appeals to his cartoonist-creator. A bargain is struck: he can end the violence only by willingly being condemned to leave his cartoon world, entering Animal Man's "comic" world instead. The issue concludes with a series of "pull-back" shots beginning with a close-up of Crafty's bleeding body (and white blood), culminating with a panel depicting the cartoonist's immense hand, coloring Crafty's blood with red paint. The issue is partly a religious allegory (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allegory) and partly a juxtaposition of the various layers of reality: cartoon to comic book, comic book to real life. It was nominated for an Eisner Award (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eisner_Award) for Best Single Issue of 1989.
The culmination of this self-referentiality is Animal Man's eventual discovery that all of the inhabitants of the DC universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_universe) are fictional characters. He even meets Grant Morrison, the callous "god" who controls his life.

Animal Man (Pt.1)

Animal Man (Pt.2)

Animal Man (Pt.3)

07-04-2008, 10:33 AM
YO Lucky do you have new Simon Dark I have 8 first..

07-04-2008, 10:40 AM
Simon Dark #9

07-04-2008, 10:55 AM
Thank you Once again :D

07-04-2008, 11:18 AM

Here's the complete mini series:

Frank Miller's RoboCop (1-5)

Frank Miller's RoboCop (6-9)

07-04-2008, 08:57 PM


07-04-2008, 09:24 PM


07-05-2008, 07:18 AM

Here's Grant Morrison's entire run on Doom Patrol.

Morrison used DC's Invasion (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invasion%21_%28DC_Comics%29) crossover to restart the book. He took the Doom Patrol, and superhero comic books in general, to places they had rarely been, incorporating bizarre secret societies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_society), elements of Dada (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dada), surrealism (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surrealism), and the cut-up technique (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cut-up_technique) pioneered by William S. Burroughs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_S._Burroughs) and Brion Gysin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brion_Gysin). He also borrowed the ideas of Jorge Luis Borges (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jorge_Luis_Borges) and Heinrich Hoffmann (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_Hoffmann). Morrison and artist Richard Case (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Case) turned the title around, and the series quickly gained a cult following, but some derided it as incomprehensible. The original creator Arnold Drake, disagreed, maintaining that Morrison's was the only subsequent run to reflect the intent of the original series.[5] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doom_Patrol#cite_note-4)
Over the course of the series, Morrison dedicated some issues to parody and homage. Issue #53 featured a dream sequence that mimicked the Stan Lee (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Lee)/Jack Kirby (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Kirby) Fantastic Four, specifically the Galactus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galactus) storyline. Another special called Doom Force was released as a one-shot and was meant to mimic and parody the X-Force (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Force) book by Rob Liefeld (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_Liefeld). Issue #45 parodied Marvel's Punisher (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punisher) in a satire called the Beard Hunter.

Morrison's approach to the book was also notable in that his villains were extremely unusual and strange, even by Doom Patrol's eccentric standards. For example:
Red Jack is a near-omnipotent being who thinks he is both Jack the Ripper (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_the_Ripper) and God (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God). He lives in a house without windows, torturing butterflies, and cannot materialize in the world.
The Brotherhood of Dada (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brotherhood_of_Dada) are an anarchistic group who fight against reality and reason. It features members such as Sleepwalk, who can only use her tremendous powers when asleep (taking sleeping pills and listening to Barry Manilow (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Manilow) before battles), and The Quiz, who literally has "every superpower you hadn't thought of" and a pathological fear of dirt.
The Scissormen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scissormen), a fictional race of beings that attack non-fictional beings in the "real world" (i.e., the world the Doom Patrol live in) with their large scissor-like hands and literally cut people out of reality.
Doom Patrol v2 19-30

Doom Patrol v2 31-39

Doom Patrol v2 40-51

Doom Patrol v2 52-63

07-05-2008, 08:16 AM
I used to read Doctor Strange

07-05-2008, 08:18 AM



07-05-2008, 08:23 AM

07-05-2008, 09:01 AM
Shit man, if you'd read the back of Grimm's graphic novel you wouldn't wanna upload it or download it. I know I'm upping all sorts of shit on here, but I gotta say I wouldn't have upped that one.

07-05-2008, 09:51 AM
Coming next: Grant Morrison's run on JLA.


The low sales of the various Justice League spinoff books prompted DC to revamp the League as a single team (all the various branch teams were disbanded) on a single title. A Justice League of America formed in the September 1996 limited series (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_series) Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare by Mark Waid (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Waid) and Fabian Nicieza (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabian_Nicieza). In 1997, DC Comics launched a new Justice League series titled JLA, written by Grant Morrison (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grant_Morrison) with art by Howard Porter (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_Porter) and inker John Dell.

This series, in an attempt at a "back-to-basics" approach, used as its core the team's original and most famous seven members (or their successors): Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash (Wally West (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wally_West)), Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyle_Rayner)), and the Martian Manhunter. Additionally, the team received a new headquarters, the "Watchtower (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justice_League_Watchtower)", based on the Moon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon). Morrison introduced the idea of the JLA allegorically representing a pantheon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantheon_%28gods%29) of gods, with their different powers and personalities, incorporating such characters as Barbara Gordon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Gordon) (Oracle), John Henry Irons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Henry_Irons) (Steel), and Plastic Man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plastic_Man).

Since this new league included most of DC's most powerful heroes, the focus of the stories changed. The League now dealt only with Earth-shattering, highest-priority threats which could challenge their tremendous combined power. Enemies faced by this new JLA included an invading army of aliens, a malfunctioning war machine from the future, a horde of renegade angels, a newly reformed coalition of villains as a counter-league, mercenaries armed with individualized take-down strategies for each superhero, various cosmic threats, and the enraged spirit of the Earth itself. In addition, because almost all of the members had their own comics, the stories were almost always self-contained, with all chapters occurring within JLA itself and very rarely affecting events outside of that series. Developments from a hero's own title (such as the new costume temporarily adopted by Superman) were reflected in the League's comic book, however.

07-05-2008, 12:04 PM
Shit man, if you'd read the back of Grimm's graphic novel you wouldn't wanna upload it or download it. I know I'm upping all sorts of shit on here, but I gotta say I wouldn't have upped that one.

I did not even read it yet what is on the back?

and to be honest most of us on here will go out and buy stuff anyway just because we support artists..........

I do plan on buying it but it is not that easy to find in the bookstores from what I am told

07-05-2008, 12:14 PM
I did not even read it yet what is on the back?

and to be honest most of us on here will go out and buy stuff anyway just because we support artists..........

I do plan on buying it but it is not that easy to find in the bookstores from what I am told

heh here in Poland you won't get it for sure... all you'll get here is some shitty Spider Man comic str8 for kids ain't even Ultimate or somethin ...

07-05-2008, 12:47 PM
Ultimates are really for kids (well teenagers anyway). That was the point when they started them - to have a new simple continuity that teens could get into without having knowledge of the previous history of continuity.

I was actually thinking of American Hunger with the Grimm quote. Still, I got so much respect for the guy that I wouldn't d/l or u/l anything commercially available that he's done.

Sentences is available on Amazon.

07-06-2008, 02:15 AM

X-23: Innocence Lost

A top-secret program is tasked to replicate the original Weapon X experiment that produced the feral mutant Wolverine. The project is taken in a new direction: Doctor Martin Sutter recruits renowned mutant geneticist Doctor Sarah Kinney to develop a clone of Wolverine.

Since the only genetic sample from Weapon X is damaged, Kinney is unable to salvage the Y chromosome. Kinney proposes the creation of a female clone; her request is denied. Sutter's protégé Doctor Zander Rice, whom he has raised after Rice's father was killed by the original Weapon X, is opposed to the idea. After 22 failed attempts at cloning using a duplicate X chromosome, the 23rd sample yields a viable embryo. Although Kinney is allowed to proceed, Rice exacts revenge for her insubordination by forcing her to act as the surrogate mother of the clone. For nine months Kinney's every move is monitored; finally she gives birth to "X-23."

After seven years, Rice subjects X-23 to radiation poisoning in order to activate her mutant gene. He extracts her claws, coats them with adamantium, and reinserts them back into her hands and feet - a procedure performed without affording the child any anesthetic. Rice creates a "trigger scent" that drives X-23 into a murderous rage when she detects it.

Kinney's niece Megan is abducted by a serial killer; she smuggles X-23 out of the facility to rescue the girl. X-23 tracks the abductor to his apartment, kills him, and frees Megan. Kinney is fired when she returns and is escorted off the base.

Rice assigns X-23 to eliminate Sutter and his family; he orders her to keep it secret. However, the girl reveals to Sarah that Rice is responsible for the murders. Before Kinney leaves, Rice reveals a chamber containing the incubation pods for X-24 through X-50.

Kinney drafts a letter to her daughter, assigning her a final mission: destroy the pods and kill Rice. X-23 succeeds and meets her mother; the two prepare to flee. However, prior to his death Rice exposed Kinney to the trigger scent; X-23 goes into a murderous frenzy and kills her mother. As she lies dying, Kinney tells X-23 that her name is Laura, and hands her the letter and pictures of Charles Xavier, Wolverine, and the Xavier Institute.


07-06-2008, 02:39 AM

X-23: Target X

Later, X-23 is a captive of S.H.I.E.L.D. and is interrogated by Captain America and Matt Murdock about her past. X-23 describes how she traveled to San Francisco and tracked down Megan and Debbie (her mother's sister). Introducing herself as Sarah's daughter, she moves in with them. Although Megan experiences vivid nightmares of her abduction, her family believes these to be utter fantasies. X-23 informs Megan that the man in her nightmares was indeed real and that she killed him.

Debbie's boyfriend turns out to be an agent for the Facility who has been instructed to manipulate X-23 into killing Megan and Debbie using the trigger scent. However, the agent fumbles the assignment and is killed by X-23. Facility agents storm the house, led by the woman who served as X-23's handler, Kimura. (Kimura abused X-23 in the facility and punished her even if the missions went according to plan).

X-23 manages to get Megan and Debbie to safety by handcuffing Kimura to a radiator and then triggering an explosion in the house, buying some time. After X-23 and Megan part, X-23 decides to confront the man who made her creation possible -- Wolverine.

X-23 tracks Wolverine to Xavier's mansion and engages him in a battle, holding her own. Wolverine turns out to be aware of X-23's ordeal, having received a detailed letter from her mother.

Despite the mayhem in her past, Matt Murdock accepts X-23's innocence. Captain America wants X-23 to atone for the murders she has committed. However, he ultimately frees X-23 in order to avoid S.H.I.E.L.D.'s exploitation of her as their own weapon.


07-06-2008, 04:59 PM

Generations follows Superman and Batman from the beginning of their careers to the far future. Each story takes places ten years after the previous one.http://rapidshare.com/files/127690345/Superman___Batman_-_Generations.cbz

07-07-2008, 05:02 AM



07-07-2008, 01:59 PM
Lucky do you have Joker's Asylum ?? I got only one with Joker...

07-07-2008, 03:02 PM
Joker's Asylum #01 - The Joker


It's pretty shit though.

07-07-2008, 05:28 PM
that is the only one released?

07-07-2008, 05:44 PM
It's a brand new series. The first one is about Joker himself then there's a new one weekly, each about a different villain. I don't plan to bother with any others as I thought it was really weak, but I believe it's Penguin next week, then Poison Ivy, then Scarecrow, then Two Face.

07-07-2008, 05:47 PM
It's a brand new series. The first one is about Joker himself then there's a new one weekly, each about a different villain. I don't plan to bother with any others as I thought it was really weak, but I believe it's Penguin next week, then Poison Ivy, then Scarecrow, then Two Face.

alright thanks for the info Lucky if you want i can post some comics too.

07-07-2008, 06:24 PM
Sorry I've got no more Blade.

Nakhi up that Crisis shit man. I've only read some and I need to read the lot.

I will start in a few days I got a DJ gig tomorrow so I am prepping for that tonite

07-08-2008, 11:54 AM
that Grimm's comic is the best I've ever read gotta cop that shit how much does it cost?

07-09-2008, 04:15 AM


yeah this is a serious read............


1-6 (complete)

07-09-2008, 01:45 PM

The series deals with a desperate Bruce Banner pleading with Tony Stark to cure him of his Hulk affliction.


07-09-2008, 05:14 PM

The first volume, which published between 2005 and 2006, was a five-part miniseries depicting the early life and origins of Tony Stark (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Stark), and was drawn by Andy Kubert (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Kubert).

07-09-2008, 05:55 PM


http://rapidshare.com/files/128480277/Official_Handbook_Of_The_Ultimate_Marvel_Universe. rar

07-09-2008, 06:47 PM
Nakhi do you have further parts of Hulk Vs. Wolverine ?

07-09-2008, 07:03 PM
Nakhi do you have further parts of Hulk Vs. Wolverine ?

from wikipedia:

Issue Three

The third issue of the series has met with delays. It was originally solicited for April 19, 2006, only to be resolicited for May 17. That date came and went, and after about a week with no word on the issue's fate, Marvel announced that it would be released July 12. Further delays caused the issue to be bumped to August 9, then September 20, then October 25, then November 1, November 8, and December 27. Finally it was announced in mid-November 2006 that the third issue of the series had been officially canceled until all of the remaining issues of the mini series are completed. As announced at a San Diego Comic Con, the final issues of the series are due sometime in 2008. But as of June 2008, no additional issues had been solicited for this series. The comic's artist, Leinil Yu, is currently committed to the eight-issue miniseries Secret Invasion, giving the impression that Ultimate Wolverine vs Hulk won't see the light of day until well after Secret Invasion's completion in August 2008. According to Joe Quesada, 5 of the 6 issues have been written, but Yu is currently busy working on Secret Invasion.

07-09-2008, 07:09 PM
Damn too bad... maybe you got Wolverine Origins series?

07-09-2008, 07:30 PM
I got scattered issues somewhere...I will look for em

07-09-2008, 08:44 PM
btw, yea that Joker's Asylum series has amazing artwork.

07-10-2008, 06:43 AM
Lucky do you have the Pinguin yet ?

07-10-2008, 12:48 PM
dayum! logan got his ass handed... literally.


07-11-2008, 01:00 AM
dayum! logan got his ass handed... literally.


dude got ripped litterally ha ha this was a good fight too bad wolverine couldn't be the hulk and i doubt anybody could i mean the hulk handled superman back in the day during the DC vs. Marvel crossover even though The Hulk eventually lost via the battle was tossed up to the fans to decide the outcome

07-11-2008, 03:37 AM
^^ Yeah the decision to let readers vote on the outcome of the battles in DC vs Marvel was stupid. Wolverine beat Lobo for fuck's sake. Lobo fights evenly with Superman, how would Wolverine not just get a beating?

I just read the first Batman R.I.P. tie in - Detective Comics #846 - and it's clear that the story will not be too close to the R.I.P. events. It appears to be a side story that is far from essential to the R.I.P. plot (wasn't great either to be honest). It's hard to see how the Nightwing and Robin tie-ins could be this distant though as the characters are so caught up in the R.I.P. story, but the fact that the collected R.I.P. book due out in January only collects the six parts written by Morrison suggests that they aren't essential to the plot.

07-11-2008, 03:44 AM
Lucky you like DC like that?

07-11-2008, 02:58 PM
I love stuff from DC, Marvel, Vertigo, Wildstorm....

I love the mainstream comics from both Marvel and DC but I also really love the more indie/less mainstream stuff like Preacher, Promethea, The Invisibles, Sandman, Ex Machina, Y: The Last Man....

My favourite character has to be Batman though. So far the R.I.P. story has blown me away. I strongly suggest everyone who hasn't already, reads the Grant Morrison run I upped and then reads R.I.P.

07-11-2008, 10:31 PM
I love the Authority, Stormwatch And W.I.L.D.Cats...I heard Ex Machina was good...

I have started reading something called Casey Blue and Anna Mercury...here are the #1 covers...:



they are only two issues in but that Casey Blue is interesting and Anna Mercury just kicks some serious ass

07-11-2008, 10:51 PM
Falcon (4 issue miniseries)
November 1983 – February 1984
Writer: Jim Owsley
Artists: Paul Smith/Vince Colletta, Mark Bright/Mike Gustovich

I was first attracted to this miniseries because of the wonderful Paul Smith cover. And then when I saw that he was doing the interior art as well, I was sold on it. Unfortunately, Smith’s art was heavily inked by Vince Colletta which managed to smother Smith’s great pencils.

This miniseries was written by Jim Owsley, the man who would go on to be known as (Christopher) Priest. In 1983, he was also the first published African American comic book writer.

The first issue focused on the Falcon’s alter ego, Sam Wilson, and his role as a social worker in the ghetto dealing with low-income housing and gang violence. Owsley does a solid job with the script and pulls off a relevant story that as applicable today as it was twenty-one years ago.

This story was written years before the other three issues and circulated around the Marvel offices for quite some time. The first issue was then originally slated for Marvel Fanfare, but Jim Shooter wanted to push new idea of limited series, and decided that a Falcon limited series would be a perfect fit.

Since Paul Smith was already committed to the Uncanny X-Men, the other three issues’s pencils were handled by Mark Bright, Owsley’s partner-in-crime for many other works like Quantum and Woody and Power Man & Iron Fist.

The Falcon miniseries introduced Police Sergeant Turk who would become a popular secondary character in the Marvel Universe.

Issue #2 revealed that the Falcon is a mutant and spends the issue fending off a Sentinel. He’s able to destroy the Sentinel, but he’s unable to intervene to stop a gang war and loses the trust of a gang leader. Both the story and art excel in this issue. There several great action sequences juxtaposed with the gang war bubbling over. Good pacing establishes the story’s tension and really makes you feel how the Falcon is pulled in both directions.

In issue #3, the Falcon deals with last issue’s fallout and is reminded of his days as “Snap” Wilson when he sold drugs, ran numbers, and operated ‘protection’ operations. And for the record, Snap Wilson did go on trial and was released into Captain America’s custody.

Issue #4 has the Falcon trying to rescue the President of the United States of America who’s being held hostage by a street gang and runs into Electro. The Falcon was the former Captain America sidekick and as the character matured he was putting some distance between himself and Captain America. Captain America co-stars in this issue, but doesn’t take the spotlight from the Falcon. The Falcon actually comes to Captain America’s rescue and even convinces the gang leaders to release the President and start up a dialog about improving their ghetto’s conditions.

Issues #3 and #4 are bit weaker than the initial two issues. The idea that some street gang could kidnap the President of the United States didn’t sit right with me. Neither did the marshmellowy ending where Reagan sits down with the gang leaders for a chat.

The Falcon is next seen in Captain America as a supporting character and runs for a seat in Congress.

07-12-2008, 08:49 PM
I love stuff from DC, Marvel, Vertigo, Wildstorm....

I love the mainstream comics from both Marvel and DC but I also really love the more indie/less mainstream stuff like Preacher, Promethea, The Invisibles, Sandman, Ex Machina, Y: The Last Man....

My favourite character has to be Batman though. So far the R.I.P. story has blown me away. I strongly suggest everyone who hasn't already, reads the Grant Morrison run I upped and then reads R.I.P.
idk about blown away, but i enjoy it, especially the BDC that just came out with Hush...that was very well done; brilliant cover.

07-14-2008, 12:03 AM

Generations 2

The second series, rather than dealing with a decade jump between stories like the original, takes jumps of 11 years. Starting in 1942, each issue again tells two stories, ending in the year 2019 at the end of the fourth issue. While the first series focused on the Batman and Superman families, the second features other characters from the DC Universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Universe), especially from the Justice Society (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justice_Society) and Justice League (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justice_League).

1942: Battlefields--Hawkman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawkman) and the Blackhawks (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackhawk_%28comics%29) attempt to stop a giant Nazi (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi) robot. Green Lantern (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Scott) arrives to help, but exhausts his power ring saving Hawkman. The robot launches a rocket, which Blackhawk member Chuck stops at the cost of his life. Superman and the Spectre (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spectre_%28comics%29) arrive, and make short work of the robot. Superman rips open the machine to reveal its operator, the Ultra-Humanite (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultra-Humanite), who uses a chunk of kryptonite to hold off the Man of Steel and make his escape. Back in Gotham City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_City), Lois Lane discovers that Lex Luthor developed the robot and sold the plans to the Nazis. She is captured and held captive with Robin, but the two are saved by Batman, disguised as one of Luthor's henchmen.
1953: Absent Friends---A long missing Commissioner Gordon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Gordon_%28comics%29) collapses in the doorway of Wayne Manor. He tells Bruce he knows his secret identity, and warns him of a new threat--a mysterious criminal known as "The Head of the Demon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ra%27s_al_Ghul)". Meawhile, Wonder Girl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Girl) (a mystical projection of Wonder Woman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Woman)) flies to North Korea (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Korea) in search of Steve Trevor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Trevor)'s downed plane, while the real Diana Prince Trevor goes into labor. Wonder Girl finds Trevor, but he dies en route to Paradise Island (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradise_Island). At the same moment Diana gives birth to a baby girl, Lois Kent gives birth to her daughter, Kara Kent. Clark arrives late; as Superman, he had been stranded on a planet with a red sun until he manages to send a signal and attract the attention of Green Lantern Abin Sur (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abin_Sur).
1964: Children's Hour--Bruce Wayne Jr. is stopped by his mother from going out as Robin with Batman II, while Kara Kent tries on her Supergirl costume for the first time. She flies to Wayne Manor to see BJ, who is unhappy with his situation. Supergirl points out that he promised not be Robin with Batman; he didn't say anthing about Supergirl. The teens fly off and find Kid Flash (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wally_West), who is facing the Weather Wizard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weather_Wizard) and the Mirror Master (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirror_Master). When Kid Flash is knocked unconscious, Supergirl and Robin drop in and defeat the criminals, only to be knocked out by Gorilla Grodd (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gorilla_Grodd). Meanwhile, Barry Allen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Allen) calls Diana Trevor looking for Kid Flash. Diana's daughter Stevie decides to go looking for Wally as the new Wonder Girl. She is drawn to a warehouse in Central City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_City), where Gorilla Grodd is preparing to transfer the teens' superpowers into his body. Supergirl, who had been playing possum, rips aparts the machines holding the teens, and the four young heroes subdue the criminals. Supergirl and Wonder Girl realize that they share a special bond due to being born at the same moment; the bond is what drew Wonder Girl to the right location. The teens decide to form a crime fighting team and, after rejecting the name "Junior Justice Society", decide to call themselves the Justice League (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justice_League).
1975: Troubled Souls---Batman III is summoned to Arkham Asylum (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arkham_Asylum), where he is told that the Joker is acting strangely. After reviewing the surveillance tapes from the Joker's room, Batman realizes that the Joker is being slowly killed by the ghost of Dick Grayson. With the help of Doctor Occult (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Occult), Deadman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deadman), and the spirit of Alfred Pennyworth, Grayson's spirit is convinced not to murder the Joker, and goes into the light with Alfred. Bruce Wayne, in his Batman costume, visits the dying Joker, whose last request is to know the Batman's identity. Batman replies that, with all the pain the Joker has caused, he deserves nothing, and leaves. In a subplot, test pilot Hal Jordan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Jordan) barely survives the flight of an experimental rocket plane, and decides to retire and go into politics.
1986: To Hunt the Hunter---Superman tracks Luthor down to one of his hideouts, but discovers it is a computer simulation. The faux Luthor plays a hologram of Joel Kent killing Supergirl (from the first series) just to torment the Man of Steel. Meanwhile Wonder Woman II, Kid Flash II, and Green Lantern (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Scott) discuss Batman III. Since the death of Supergirl, Batman's actions have become increasingly violent and dangerous. The JLA reluctantly decide they have to stop Batman. The three heroes track down Batman and try to restrain him, but he manages to overpower them. While fighting, Batman becomes enraged and begins savagely beating a helpless Green Lantern. When Kid Flash screams that he is killing the Lantern, Batman snaps out of his rage and flees to his home. There, he collapses in front of his wife Mei-Lei, crying for help.
1997: Turning Points---Batman III, preparing to leave in search of Ra's al Ghul, tells his son Clark Wayne that he must be Batman now. Clark reveals that he known for some time he is adopted, and that only a true Wayne can be Batman. Clark instead takes the identity Knightwing. On patrol in the new Batmobile (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batmobile), Knightwing comes across a rampaging robot that had been used by the villain Ransak. Knightwing struggles with the robot, while Superman watches helplessly from the Phantom Zone. At the last minute, Superman manages to briefly appear before Ransak, causing a distraction that allows Knightwing to short out the robot. He finds a young girl, the daughter of the real Ransak, inside the suit. Meanwhile President Barbara Gordon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Gordon) and former President Hal Jordan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Jordan) meet to discuss a major threat. The renegade Green Lantern Sinestro (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinestro) has vowed to kill Jordan, who had turned down Alan Scott's offer to become Earth's new Green Lantern. Kid Flash II, Green Lantern Kyle Rayner (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyle_Rayner), and Blackhawk try to stop Sinestro, but are unsuccessful. Kyle flees to the White House (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_House) with Sinestro in hot pursuit. Sinestro arrives and blasts Scott, then prepares to kill Jordan. Jordan takes Kyle's ring and, reasoning that the ring's weaknesses are in the mind of the user, manages to defeat Sinestro. Jordan and his wife Carol Ferris (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carol_Ferris) are taken to Oa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oa), where Jordan is once again offered the role of Green Lantern.
2008: This Ancient Evil---Knightwing faces a threat from the past, a robot with the brain of Lex Luthor. He manages to defeat Luthor with the aid of Cyborg (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyborg_%28comics%29), the fifth Flash, and Green Lantern (Hal Jordan, his youth restored by the power ring). Clark Wayne then leaves to marry Amanda Mason, the young girl that had once faced him as Ransak. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne and Bruce Jr. visit the dying Mrs. Wayne in the hospital, where she tells them a secret (which is not revealed until Generations 3).
2019: Father to the Man---Batman and Knightwing arrive at the Fortress of Solitude, where Superman shows them the Chroniscope, a Kryptonian device that can view the past and future. Knightwing plays a message from Jonathan Kent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_and_Pa_Kent) recorded 99 years ago. Pa Kent tells how he had used the Chroniscope and had accidentally seen the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne. As the Waynes were scheduled to visit the county seat that week, Pa Kent decides to warn the Waynes. Before this can happen, the Waynes are kidnapped by the Ultra-Humanite. Young Bruce Wayne escapes and, disguising himself with a fox head, helps Superboy stop the kidnappers. Kent then shows Thomas Wayne (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Wayne) the Chroniscope. Several weeks later, Pa Kent is shocked to read that the Waynes were murdered. Using the Chroniscope, he learns that the Waynes decided not to change the future, as their death was responsible for creating the Batman. In 2019, Superman consoles a stunned Bruce Wayne with the knowledge that his parents realized they were creating a great force for good.


07-14-2008, 12:32 AM

Generations 3

Generations 3 starts in the year 1925, with each following issue jumping forward a century, except issues #7 and #8, who both partially dealt with the 26th century as well the 19th century. The story features characters from the future timelines of the DC Universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Universe), especially Jack Kirby (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Kirby)'s New Gods (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Gods).

Century 20: Crosstime Crisis---In 1925, Clark Kent, Pete Ross (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pete_Ross), and Lana Lang (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lana_Lang) are surprised when Saturn Girl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_Girl) bursts into the Kent home looking for Superboy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superboy). A spaceship has crashlanded near Smallville (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smallville_%28DC_Comics%29), filled with strange armored creatures. Superboy investigates and is attacked. The army, commanded by Captain Sam Lane (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Lane) arrives. Young Bruce Wayne learns of the crash and flies to Smallville to help, while Lana and a young Lois Lane enter Saturn Girl's time machine. Superboy destroys the aliens with a device provided by Bruce. Near death, Saturn Girl uses her powers to erase knowledge of the event from everyone's mind. Upon Saturn Girl's death, the time machine returns to the 30th century, with Lois and Lana aboard.
Century 21: Doomsday Minus 1---As Knightwing introduces his twin daughters Supergirl Red and Supergirl Blue, the robotic brain of Lex Luthor escapes. Superman is troubled by memories of an alien invasion in 1925 that no one remembers. He travels to New Genesis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Genesis) to confer with Highfather (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highfather), but when he arrives he sees the fire pits of Apokalips (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apokalips) go out. The Supergirls and Omac (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-Man_Army_Corps) fight Luthor and his mysterious allies, but he soon gains the upper hand and neutralizes Omac. Knightwing arrives, but Luthor's allies vanish before they can be apprehended. Luthor tells Knightwing this is the day the world ends.
Century 22: Out of the Ashes---Thanks to Luthor, all power sources on Earth have been neutralized. Civilization is in ruins, and the survivors, led by Batman and his descendants, live in an underground complex. The surface is left to mutant animals and a few humans, including a boy named Kamandi (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamandi). Superman has not been seen in nearly a century. Knightwing, now posing as Superman, and the Supergirls are all that are left to face attacks by Parademons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parademons). Batman manages to revive the dormant Brother Eye satellite. He has been keeping tabs on Kamandi, who is a descendant of Buddy Blank, aka Omac, and plans to revive the One-Man Army Corps as a weapon against the Parademons.
Century 23: Return of the Warrior---Stephanie Trevor, the second Wonder Woman, is fatally injured while fighting Parademons, and the Supergirls take her to Paradise Island. Her mother, now Queen of the Amazons, unsuccessfully attempts to revive Stephanie with the Purple Ray. Angered over her daughter's death, Wonder Woman returns to Smallville to fight the Parademons before they can destroy the OMACs. Meanwhile, stranded on New Genesis, Superman suffers from terrible nightmares. His wife Beautiful Dreamer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forever_People) probes his thoughts and is able to unlock the memory of the 1925 invasion that Saturn Girl had repressed 300 years earlier.
Century 24: Family Secrets---As Bruce Wayne, Jr. lays dying, Batman tells Wonder Woman the reason for his son's longevity. As seen at the end of Generations 2, the dying Mrs. Wayne giver her son and ex-husband a tape to play after she dies that reveals Bruce is not BJ's father. From sounds on the tape, they deduce it was recorded in London. BJ uses the Lazarus Pit (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lazarus_Pit) to become young enough to help Batman. The two travel to London and meet Cyril Sheldrake, the former Squire (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squire_%28comics%29). Cyril takes them to a recording studio where they are attacked by one of the many roving gangs infesting London. They manage to subdue the gang and listen to the tape. It reveals that BJ is Bruce's son; Mrs. Wayne lied to trick BJ into using the Lazarus Pit to become young (something he had refused to do before). As BJ dies, the spirit of Kara Kent appears, and takes the spirit of BJ to the afterlife.
Century 25: Love in the Time of Apocalypse---On Apokalips, Desaad and other members of Darkseid (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darkseid)'s elite guard open an incubating chamber, revealing the revived Darkseid. On Earth, Supergirl Blue is in love with Green Lantern Ator, but since her body has been stuck at the physical age of 11 for 300 years, Ator is uncomfortable continuing the relationship. Several other Green Lanterns uncover the buried robot body of Lex Luthor, who immediately goes on a rampage. While the Green Lanterns fight Luthor, Supergirl Blue retrieves a sample of gold Kryptonite, which she uses to remove her powers, allowing her to age. She flies back to Gotham City with Batman in his jet, where Ator has managed to contain Luthor. Luthor uploads his mind into the city's computer, and leaves Ator with an atomic bomb. Ator contains the explosion with his power ring, but is trapped inside with the radiation. The now powerless Supergirl Blue is unable to save her lover, and must stand by and watch him die.
Century 26: History Lesson (Part 1)---Metron (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metron) of the New Gods opens a portal that allows Superman to return to Earth. There he is attacked by Supergirl Blue and a superpowered Batman. Eventually, Superman convinces Batman he is the real thing, and Batman tells what has happened. In addition to the Parademons returning every 100 years to attack Smallville, civilization had been destroyed by Lex Luthor. At one point he blanketed the Earth in green Kryptonite radiation, killing Clark Wayne and Supergirl Red. Luthor manages to destroy all the OMAC soldiers, including the original Buddy Blank. Supergirl Blue uses Luthor's serum to restore her powers, and convinces Batman to use it as well. The two find they are unaffected by Kryptonite, and are finally able to defeat Luthor. Superman takes Batman and Supergirl to Smallville, where they find the body of Saturn Girl. He tells them the answer to the Parademon attacks lie in the future, and flies off to reach the 30th century.
Century 19: History Lesson (Part 2)---Seconds after Superman breaks the time barrier, Supergirl hears a signal from underground. She digs up a box which contains Superman. He reveals that his attempt to reach the future was blocked, and he was hurled into the late 19th century. There he meets Mister Miracle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mister_Miracle) (who is the sheriff of Smallville) and Metron, as well as a young Jonathan Kent. Kent has come to seek revenge against Jonah Hex (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonah_Hex), a bounty hunter who Kent claims killed fourteen innocent men. A young Martha Clark begs Kent not to face Hex, but Kent is determined. The two meet in a showdown, and Hex easily disarms Kent. He then breaks Kent's glasses instead of killing him. Just then the criminal that Hex was hunting appears and fires at Hex. Hex guns down the criminal, but the shot meant for Hex hits Martha instead. Superman forces Metron to bring a doctor to save Martha's life; however, her injuries mean she will never have children. A humbled Jonathan tells Martha they will get married as soon as she is well. Metron tells Superman he cannot reach the future under his own power, and places him in a suspended animation chamber underground. Meanwhile, Darkseid reveals his greatest weapon--Parademons with the power of independent thought.
Century 27: A Soldier's Story---During an attack by the Parademons, one soldier is separated from his troop and lost on Earth. He finds shelter in a small house, where he meets the owner, an elderly blind woman. The Parademon tells her his history. Centuries ago, Apokalips was destroyed in the final battle between Orion (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orion_%28comics%29) and Darkseid. Darkseid's essence was preserved by special machinery hidden in the heart of the planet. Eventually, Darkseid was revived, and he developed new Parademons with the ability to think for themselves. Their mission is to travel back in time to defeat the heroes of Earth. The old woman reveals herself to be Supergirl Blue, who kills the Parademon so that no one will realize they are sentient. In the future, the time machine with Lois and Lana finally materializes.
Century 28: Gods and Monsters---On Earth, Batman and Supergirl Blue bury their son Thomas. A dying Metron appears and gives Superman a device that will allow him one round trip to New Genesis. He activates the device, and is met by Lar-el and Vara, the children he had with Beautiful Dreamer. Parademons attack, followed by Darkseid. All the New Gods are killed, leaving only Superman and his children. Darkseid captures Beautiful Dreamer, and kills the two superchildren when they try to rescue her. Darkseid leaves, but not before breaking Beautiful Dreamer's neck. Superman returns to Earth to tell Batman what has happened.
Century 29: Little Girls Lost---Lana Lang and Lois Lane find themselves in Smallville in the year 2825. In a museum dedicated to Superman they discover that Clark Kent is Superman (and that Lois will one day marry him). Leaving the museum, they stumble across Superman fighting a troop of Parademons. They are almost attacked by one, but are saved by Supergirl Blue. Batman realizes they can use the time bubble to travel to the final Parademon attack in 2925. The heroes first return the two girls to 1925 and rescue Saturn Girl. Superman has Saturn Girl wipe the memories of everyone for a thousand miles before taking the time machine to the future. They land in 2925 as energy beams strike the ground all around them.
Century 30: Time and Time Again---With Darkseid's forces decimating the Earth, the heroes fan out. Supergirl Blue destroys a weapon called the Sky Scorcher, but is fatally injured in the subsequent blast. When Batman finds the dying Supergirl, she tells him the only way to defeat Darkseid is to destroy him just after his resurrection, changing the timeline. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern Jordan Kelley go back several centuries to Darkseid's space station. In the battle, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman are killed, but Batman causes Granny Goodness to overload the station's power supplies, starting a chain reaction. Superman bursts in on Darkseid, who fires his Omega Beams at the Man of Steel. Superman throws Desaad into the beams, killing him, and begins pummeling Darkseid. The space station explodes, and the resulting energy wave destroys the timeline. The new timeline is similar to that at the end of the first Generations, with no sign of Darkseid and the Earth at peace. Batman and Superman briefly remember Supergirl Blue, but the thought fades away.


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07-14-2008, 01:30 PM
idk about blown away, but i enjoy it, especially the BDC that just came out with Hush...that was very well done; brilliant cover.

I think the second and third parts of R.I.P. are brilliant, but I was disappointed with part 1 of the Hush story in Detective Comics. I thought it was alright, but nothing special.

07-15-2008, 04:24 AM

http://rapidshare.com/files/129819740/Fantastic_Four_Visionaries_v3_John_Byrne_TPB__Bchr y-DCP_.part2.rar

07-15-2008, 05:07 AM

http://rapidshare.com/files/129827230/Fantastic_Four_Visionaries_v4_John_Byrne_TPB__Bchr y-DCP_.part2.rar

07-15-2008, 07:06 AM

http://rapidshare.com/files/129834184/Fantastic_Four_Visionaries_v5_John_Byrne_TPB__Bchr y-DCP_.part2.rar

07-15-2008, 10:13 AM


07-15-2008, 05:35 PM
Yo what up Nakhi?
you got some Wolverine comics? Imma big fan ;)

07-15-2008, 09:06 PM
^^ Yeah the decision to let readers vote on the outcome of the battles in DC vs Marvel was stupid. Wolverine beat Lobo for fuck's sake. Lobo fights evenly with Superman, how would Wolverine not just get a beating?

I just read the first Batman R.I.P. tie in - Detective Comics #846 - and it's clear that the story will not be too close to the R.I.P. events. It appears to be a side story that is far from essential to the R.I.P. plot (wasn't great either to be honest). It's hard to see how the Nightwing and Robin tie-ins could be this distant though as the characters are so caught up in the R.I.P. story, but the fact that the collected R.I.P. book due out in January only collects the six parts written by Morrison suggests that they aren't essential to the plot.
i personally think Lobo Vs. Wolverine would be an even bout....

and yea i also enjoyed the DC comics RIP tie in....Hush is awesome.

07-15-2008, 09:12 PM
Primo I still have not found the Wolverine series that I have

07-16-2008, 04:46 AM

The Hood first appeared in his own self-titled MAX limited series in 2002 which featured his origin, as a character who had a cloak and boots stolen from an alien, which granted him invisibility and flight respectively.

The Hood next appeared in the miniseries Beyond!, a miniseries set in outer space, which had the character shift towards a slightly more anti-heroic side as opposed to a villainous one.

Brian Michael Bendis stated in a Newsarama interview that within the pages of New Avengers, Parker Robbins will be getting similar treatment to Vito Corleone in The Godfather Part II. Bendis says that "...like the the Sentry and Echo – the Hood is one of these excellent brand new creations that no one else was touching, and that’s how they fall by the wayside."[1]

Confirming the statement and having Parker return to his villainous roots, New Avengers had Parker rise to becoming "the ‘Godfather’ of all supervillains", mostly due to the fact that Marvel's Civil War event prevented any heroes from stopping him. Although the "Secret Avengers" defeated the Hood's new gang of supercriminals, he broke them out, only to be defeated once more.


07-16-2008, 06:22 AM
i personally think Lobo Vs. Wolverine would be an even bout....

and yea i also enjoyed the DC comics RIP tie in....Hush is awesome.

I can't see how Wolverine vs Lobo can be even. Wolverine is strong and can regenrate, but Lobo can't be killed and has the strength to knock Wolverine into space. Like I said before - anyone who can go toe to toe with Superman is gonna laugh in Wolverine's face.

I didn't really enjoy the Hush Detective Comics issue. I'll reserve my judgement until the run of five is done, but for me is was just an average story with nothing special about it at all.

07-16-2008, 06:43 PM
Batman can go toe to toe with superman.....so whats to stop Wolverine? Honestly, i think Wolverine could stand a huge chance...and maybe lobo could kill him but idk...depends on the writer..eloels.

07-17-2008, 02:05 AM
dayum! logan got his ass handed... literally.


let's see wolverine heal back from that lol

07-17-2008, 06:52 PM
stupid ass ultimate canon...eloels.

07-18-2008, 08:36 AM
Now something from me ;)



07-18-2008, 08:40 AM
Havok & Wolverine: Meltdown
# 1 - 4




^^ first part again coz in the set 1st page is missin'

07-18-2008, 07:11 PM

07-19-2008, 06:13 AM
Batman can go toe to toe with superman.....so whats to stop Wolverine? Honestly, i think Wolverine could stand a huge chance...and maybe lobo could kill him but idk...depends on the writer..eloels.

Come on, Batman can't go toe to toe with Superman. If they were to fight when Superman was unhindered and happy to harm Batman, then obviously Batman would be dead before he even knew Superman was in the area. Only way Wolverine could do it is if Lobo had huge hinderence like Superman did in Hush.

07-19-2008, 06:36 AM
I'll update this post with each issue of Joker's Asylum as they come out rather than scattering them around this thread.


Joker's Asylum #1 - The Joker


Joker's Asylum #2 - The Penguin


Joker's Asylum #3 - Poison Ivy

Joker's Asylum #4 - Scarecrow

Joker's Asylum #5 - Two-Face

07-20-2008, 02:27 PM
If you need it Prim0:

Simon Dark #10

07-20-2008, 07:34 PM
Oh shit thanks Lucky you know I'm fan of Simon Dark ! ;)

07-20-2008, 10:29 PM
Come on, Batman can't go toe to toe with Superman. If they were to fight when Superman was unhindered and happy to harm Batman, then obviously Batman would be dead before he even knew Superman was in the area. Only way Wolverine could do it is if Lobo had huge hinderence like Superman did in Hush.
have u read the Dark Knight Returns? Batman FUCKS Superman up!!! i know it isnt Canonical...but its possible as hell.

07-21-2008, 12:28 AM
have u read the Dark Knight Returns? Batman FUCKS Superman up!!! i know it isnt Canonical...but its possible as hell.

i mean batman has beaten supes on various occauions due superman is all head first ask questions later rather than to out smart his opponents. and this is where batman has allot of the edge he know superman's weakness and carries kryptonite for that purpose is superman went rouge he could take him down

07-21-2008, 12:37 AM
yeah .....for some reason i really do not care for the batman books except for The Frank Miller Trade Paper Backs........

the character Batman itself has all the elements that I like in a character, but for some reason I do not like the regular series

07-21-2008, 09:25 AM
I figured the Marvel vs DC series would be straight up like for like fights. In that way Wolverine wouldn't take Lobo, same as Batman wouldn't take Superman without Superman getting nuked or something beforehand (and even then he wasn't truly hurt by Batman in any fight winning kinda way). In the same way I couldn't take Tyson in a fight, but I could obviously shoot him in the face or drop a bomb on him and win.

yeah .....for some reason i really do not care for the batman books except for The Frank Miller Trade Paper Backs........

the character Batman itself has all the elements that I like in a character, but for some reason I do not like the regular series

I saw that IGN.com did a Top 25 Batman books a few years ago and I'll up all of them in their order except the Miller ones already upped. There's sure to be some stuff in there you'll love Nakhi.

It's obviously opinion and not a definitive list, but there's some amazing stuff here.

1. Batman - Year One
2. Batman - The Dark Knight Returns
3. Batman - The Killing Joke
4. Batman - Arkham Asylum
5. Batman - The Long Halloween
6. Batman - The Cult
7. Batman - Son of the Demon
8. Batman - Dark Victory
9. Batman & Dracula - Red Rain (Elseworlds)
10. Batman - Hush
11. Batman - Blind Justice
12. Batman Adventures - Mad Love
13. Batman - Gotham by Gaslight (Elseworlds)
14. Batman - Black and White Vol. 1
15. Batman - A Death in the Family
16. Batman - Gothic
17. Batman - Strange Apparitions
18. Batman - A Lonely Place of Dying
19. Batman - Tales Of The Demon
20. JLA - Tower of Babel
21. Batman - ThrillKiller (Elseworlds)
22. Batman - The Man Who Laughs
23. Batman - Nine Lives
24. Batman - Knightfall (Pt.1): Broken Bat
25. Batman - Venom

I'll chuck a few others in too, like Year Two, Officer Down and Year 100.

07-21-2008, 11:31 PM
I figured the Marvel vs DC series would be straight up like for like fights. In that way Wolverine wouldn't take Lobo (same as Batman wouldn't take Superman). In the same way I couldn't take Tyson in a fight, but I could obviously shoot him in the face and beat him.

I saw that IGN.com did a Top 25 Batman books a few years ago and I'll up all of them in their order except the Miller ones already upped. There's sure to be some stuff in there you'll love Nakhi.

It's obviously opinion and not a definitive list, but there's some amazing stuff here.

2. Batman - The Dark Knight Returns
3. Batman - The Killing Joke
15. Batman - A Death in the Family
24. Batman - Knightfall (Pt.1): Broken Bat

I'll chuck a few others in too, like Year Two, Officer Down and Year 100.

these I actually have

07-22-2008, 12:31 AM

Watchmen is a twelve-issue comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) limited series (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_series) written by Alan Moore (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Moore) and illustrated by Dave Gibbons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Gibbons). Originally published by DC Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Comics) as a monthly limited series (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_series) from 1986 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1986) to 1987 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1987), it was later republished as a trade paperback (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade_paperback_%28comics%29),[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watchmen#cite_note-ISBN-0) which popularized the "graphic novel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphic_novel)" format. To date, Watchmen remains the only graphic novel to win a Hugo Award (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_Award),[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watchmen#cite_note-Hugo_Award-1) and is also the only graphic novel to appear on Time Magazine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_%28magazine%29)'s 2005 list of "the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to the present."[3] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watchmen#cite_note-Time_Magazine-2)
Watchmen is set in 1985, in an alternate history (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternate_history_%28fiction%29) United States (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States) where costumed adventurers are real and the country is edging closer to a nuclear war (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_warfare) with the Soviet Union (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_Union) (the Doomsday Clock (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doomsday_Clock) is at five minutes to midnight). It tells the story of a group of past and present superheroes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superhero) and the events surrounding the mysterious murder of one of their own. Watchmen depicts superheroes as real people who must confront ethical and personal issues, who struggle with neuroses (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurosis) and failings, and who—with one notable exception—lack anything recognizable as super powers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_comic_book_superpowers). Watchmen's deconstruction (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superhero#Deconstruction) of the conventional superhero archetype, combined with its innovative adaptation of cinematic techniques (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinematic_techniques) and heavy use of symbolism (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbolism), multi-layered dialogue, and metafiction (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metafiction), has influenced both comics and film.

07-22-2008, 12:57 AM
Whoa,whoa Whoa,how I Miss This Good Thred

07-22-2008, 01:18 AM

Huge thanks, I'll rep once I can, it says I have to spread rep first.

07-22-2008, 01:28 AM
fuck the rep, do the sig.........lol

07-22-2008, 01:45 AM
Lol, Don't worry I'm working on it.

07-22-2008, 06:28 PM
anyone got futher parts of Ultimate Origins ? I got only first two...

07-22-2008, 10:42 PM
that is all there is....lol

07-24-2008, 03:25 AM
New Joker's Asylum (Scarecrow) added to the thread on page 11.

07-24-2008, 11:53 AM
Thanks Lucky! ;) Anyone heard about Wolverine: Old Man Logan series?

07-24-2008, 12:03 PM

Old Man Logan sounds interesting. I like story arcs that are set outside of the main continuity. I guess this could be an attempt at a sort of Dark Knight Returns style story for Wolverine. I'm gonna wait for all 8 parts before reading it though.

Here's an interview with Mark Millar about it:

Newsarama: Mark, to start with, what brought you back to Wolverine? Was this something that you wanted to do directly after “Enemy of the State” but were interrupted, or was this something that started up afterwards?

Mark Millar: Wolverine is a character I find very easy to write and it broke my heart leaving last time after just 13 issues. This story has been floating around my head for two years now and I just wanted to get it down on paper. I feel it's better than “Enemy of the State” and that's why I wanted to do it. This is the Wolverine story that I want to be remembered for.

NRAMA: “This is the Wolverine story that I want to be remembered for." Why's that? It would seem that “Enemy of the State” helped focus and redefine Logan's place in the Marvel U - playing "Civil War" in a microcosm for him, individually, that is, with a similar end result - no one really trusts him, and people - even his friends - are scared of him...what makes this story different that you want to be remembered for it instead of “EoS?”

MM: I love “Enemy of the State.” I feel it's one of the best things I've done. But I really think we've stumbled onto something very iconic here. In Frank Miller terms, it's our “Born Again”... an eight issue follow up to our popular run. I hesitate to say it's Wolverine's Dark Knight Returns, but that's the kind of energy we're shooting for here. We've just overloaded this thing with testosterone. It's a great big hairy chest and moustache of a comic.

NRAMA: Ah…right. So what is it for you and Wolverine? What about the character appeals to you? What is it about him that you see him in these types of stories?

MM: Sometimes it's not a coincidence when a character gets this famous. I think it's the best comic book creation of the last forty years. In fact, he's the only truly great one from Marvel or DC since 1965 or so.

NRAMA: As with Fantastic Four (in a way) you're returning to a character you've written previously, which always sets up the comparisons between your earlier work and your new work. Any worries about that with Wolverine, given that “EoS” was, in many ways, an "ultimate" Wolverine story?

MM: Not really. The two projects just feel really distinct to me. I might have felt differently if I'd been following on directly from the events of Enemy of the State, but an enormous amount of time (fifty years) exists between these two stories and they just smell so different. Logan himself is in a very different place by this point. He won't even acknowledge that he was in the X-Men. He'll only even answer to Logan. All he wants to do now is tend his far, play with his kids and eat supper with his wife. But his life never stays simple for too long. There's always some sod comes along and spoils everything and in this case it's The Hulk Gang.

NRAMA: We’ll get to them in a minute, but that said, did “EoS’” scope and setting influence this story's scope and setting, that is, did you want to move it out of the present day and present Marvel Universe continuity?

MM: Not entirely. I love the idea of Wolverine's solo book being stories from his present and past, but nobody's done the future yet so that seemed exciting. And I wanted it to be canon so I tied the story into Fantastic Four. Both are being published at the same time and since the FF have time-traveling capabilities anything is possible. The second FF storyline—“The Death of the Invisible Woman”-- is where this really kicks in.

NRAMA: And what came first - the desire to come back to Wolverine, or re-teaming with Steve? That is, did you always have another project with Steve lined up, or did you pitch doing Wolverine with Steve?

MM: Steve and I obviously wanted to work together again. Creatively we gelled well and even though he is Canadian we seem to click on a personal level. Also our last collaboration (Civil War) was the biggest selling book from either company in over a decade so it made sense to get together again. We talked about X-Men but the more I started to think about “Old Man Logan,” the more I couldn't see anyone else drawing this.

NRAMA: Let’s get into the story - what was the seed for this? What was responsible for the spark that resulted in this?

MM: Fantastic Four has a storyline which brings the characters into the future and so it seemed like the perfect time to cross over and finally do this Wolverine story that I'd been thinking about. I'm a great fan of Unforgiven and the notion of the killer who has turned his back on violence and this seemed like the perfect fit for Wolverine too.

NRAMA: When, specifically is the story set?

MM: The story is set more than fifty years in the future and it has been five decades since Wolverine last unleashed his claws. Something awful has happened when the Villains rose up and killed the Heroes. Something broke Wolverine and this is the mystery at the heart of our story.

NRAMA: What's the appeal of this setting for you, particularly this setting in the Marvel Universe?

MM: I'm a huge Marvel fan, a huge Unforgiven fan and a huge Mad Max fan. So I threw them all together and this thing wrote itself. I love the idea of the cobbled remains of the Marvel Universe... the flooded Baxter Building, the ruins of Xavier's mansion and so on. Visually, it could be something quite new and lots of fun to draw. We're so familiar with those iconic images like The Fantasti-Car so seeing a gang of radiation sick muties riding around in it and breast-feeding at 200 mph seems interesting to me. There's so many vile villains in this book. I feel we've outdone ourselves in terms of the bad guys. So, of course, it's going to be very satisfying when Logan gets pushed too far and pops those claws again.

NRAMA: So there’s no law in this future? No government, no SHIELD?

MM: SHIELD exists, but only on the East Coast in a city called New Babylon. This is the remains of New York and Washington and they're a masked secret police for the awful President we don't see until the second half of the story. The rest of the US is carved up between seven gangs of villains and their children and grandchildren. But it was mostly destroyed in the war between the heroes and villains. Each area is actually radically different. The new Kingpin, for example, runs a very different sector from Electro's family.

NRAMA: You mention that the villains rose up and killed the heroes? Are there any good guys left at all?

MM: Just a few scattered heroes dotted around, all old men and women with nothing left to offer. New heroes emerge, but they don't last long. Everyone's learned to keep their head down. But people are more focused on eating and staying alive by this point. Ecologically, the world is just absolutely broken and this also folds back into me and Hitchy's Fantastic Four.

NRAMA: Okay, so sketch out Wolverine when we first see him in #66 - who is he? You say he's broken...how? Body? Spirit? Is he still a scrapper?

MM: He's not a scrapper anymore. He's a guy who will see a fight, look sad and walk away. If someone spits in his face, he'll wipe it away and walk off, even if his kids are walking. But we know what he's capable. His teenage son thinks he's a failure, but his wife knows what he can do when the right buttons are pushed and is proud of the fact that he's turned his back on everything. She also knows exactly what happened to him on the night the heroes fell to the villains. So she's entirely sympathetic.

NRAMA: Who else will we be seeing in this story?

MM: Only a few Marvel Heroes are still alive and the story mainly focuses on their descendants. There's a new Kingpin for example and Spiderman's granddaughter, Spider-bitch, is a favorite but the characters I'm most excited about are the radiation sick sons and grandsons of the Hulk - and inbred, ugly, incestuous team of supervillains with a nod to The Hills Have Eyes.

NRAMA: Eu. Speaking of the Hulk's kids and descendants...what role do they serve in this new world? Besides the creepy factor…

MM: They're the ganglords for California. Banner is a bald old man living in the remains of the Playboy mansion and he's there with his sons and daughters and inbred gandchildren. Beau and Luke Hulk are the two terrifying enforcers giving Logan a huge amount of shit in the first issue. Steve has just knocked these villains out of the park.

NRAMA: Okay - we've got the setting, how Wolverine is in the future...will readers learn what happened to him in the past that "broke" him?

MM: Oh, yes. That's a huge deal in the story. It's the mystery that runs through the whole series and when we finally do reveal what happened...it doesn't disappoint.

NRAMA: And what gets the ball rolling in your first issue?

MM: The first issue of “Old Man Logan” kicks off with Logan at a nice place in his life. Despite everything that's happened and the horrors around him, he's carved out a quiet life as a farmer and is raising a family with a woman he loves. He's finally found the peace he's wanted his whole life. But of course that only lasts about 12 pages before trouble shows up and he's plunged into his most insane adventure ever. Do you really want to read eight issues of him farming?

07-24-2008, 12:09 PM
I've foun first part (of 8) if someone is interested



07-24-2008, 12:40 PM
I'll add all the other parts here.

Wolverine v3 #67 - Old Man Logan Pt.2

07-24-2008, 12:48 PM
If you could just make one post with Old Man Logan and update it, just like you did with Joker's Asylum. Could you do this?

07-24-2008, 01:07 PM
Yeah that's cool. I have a source for quality scans of pretty much every new comic within a day of it's hitting the shelves. I'll keep both those up to date and Simon Dark too. If you've been looking for anything else then let me know.

07-24-2008, 03:16 PM
Yeah that's cool. I have a source for quality scans of pretty much every new comic within a day of it's hitting the shelves. I'll keep both those up to date and Simon Dark too. If you've been looking for anything else then let me know.

I think we have the same source..........lol

I will be getting back to uploading soon fellas, Lucky thanks for holdin this thread down for me..........

just tryin to inventory all my stuff and catalog everything on my pc and externals.....

07-24-2008, 04:08 PM
Peace Nakhi.

I have every single issue of each of the following in digital form:

Daredevil v2 (1998-2008)
Ex Machina
Y the Last Man
Amazing Spider-Man v2 (1999-2008)
Army Of Darkness (and Evil Dead)
The Flash v2 (#1-#225)
Batman - Contagion, Legacy, Cataclysm, Aftershock, Road to No Man's Land & No Man's Land (178 issues in total)

Anyone wants anything from the above then let me know.

07-24-2008, 08:19 PM
lmao at u guys still with the scans..yea as soon as i bought the first Old Man Logan comic i felt it would be really good.

07-24-2008, 08:21 PM
lmao at Wolverine imagining to Gut that Hulk kid.

07-27-2008, 06:05 PM
okay i am back I just about finished cataloging my stuff....I am going to do a run of DC stuff...

First up is a series that I slept on and to be honest it is pretty damn good:

Birds Of Prey:
Birds of Prey is a comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) published by DC Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Comics) that features the adventures of the superhero Oracle and her group of superheroines (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superhero#superheroines). The group is initially based in Gotham City (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_City) and later operates in Metropolis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolis_%28comics%29) and then once more to "Platinum Flats", California (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California), a new locale introduced in Birds of Prey in 2008.
The series was conceived by Jordan B. Gorfinkel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jordan_B._Gorfinkel) and originally written by Chuck Dixon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Dixon). Gail Simone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gail_Simone) scripted the comic from issue #56 to #108. Sean McKeever (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sean_McKeever) was originally to replace Simone [1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birds_of_Prey_%28comic_book_series%29#cite_note-0)[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birds_of_Prey_%28comic_book_series%29#cite_note-1), but McKeever has since decided to leave the project, and will only write issues #113-117; Tony Bedard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Bedard), who wrote issues #109-112, will become the title's regular writer starting with issue #118. [3] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birds_of_Prey_%28comic_book_series%29#cite_note-2). Artists have included Butch Guice (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson_Guice), Greg Land (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_Land), Ed Benes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_Benes), and Joe Bennett (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Bennett_%28penciller%29); Nicola Scott (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicola_Scott) began a stint as artist with issue #100.
Despite the title of the series being Birds of Prey, the phrase is not mentioned in the book until issue #86, when one of the group's members, Zinda Blake (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Blackhawk), suggests that it might be a fitting name for the team. However, the other characters get sidetracked and do not respond to her suggestion. Oracle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Gordon), the team's leader, refers to the group by that name in a conversation with the new Blue Beetle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Beetle), Jaime Reyes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Beetle_%28Jaime_Reyes%29),[4] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birds_of_Prey_%28comic_book_series%29#cite_note-3) and later within the series.[5] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birds_of_Prey_%28comic_book_series%29#cite_note-4)
The team's greatest strength comes from Barbara's connections to other heroes across the DC Universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Universe) from her tenure as Batgirl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batgirl), ranging from Batman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman), Superman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman), and Wonder Woman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Woman) to specialized rosters adapted to best suit her present mission. After Black Canary (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Canary)'s departure, Huntress (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huntress_%28Helena_Bertinelli%29) remains as the staple member and field leader, alongside new "core members." Despite the all-female central roster, male allies of Barbara such as Nightwing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Grayson), Wildcat (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildcat_%28comics%29), Savant (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savant_%28comics%29), and Creote (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creote) frequently assist missions.

reading order..

* Showcase 96 #3 (Mar 1996)
* Black Canary/Oracle: Birds of Prey #1 (1996)***Not In This Pack Below***
* Birds of Prey: Manhunt #1-4 (Sep-Dec 1996)
* Birds of Prey: Revolution #1 (1997)
* Birds of Prey: Wolves #1 (Oct 1997)
* Birds of Prey: Batgirl #1 (Feb 1998)
* Birds of Prey: The Ravens #1 (Jun 1998)
* Birds of Prey (monthly series, Jan 1999 - ongoing)
* Birds of Prey: Secret Files and Origins 2003 (Aug 2003)

one shots and limited series:



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07-28-2008, 01:33 AM

In 2004, DC Comics (Hanna-Barbera's corporate sibling) published a Space Ghost mini-series, which featured a serious, sci-fi/space opera version of the character and showed his origins for the first time. The series was written by Joe Kelly and illustrated by Ariel Olivetti. Thaddeus Bach, a human interplanetary peacekeeper, is betrayed by corrupt fellow officers, who kill his pregnant wife and her unborn child, after which Bach himself is gutted and left for dead on a desolate planet. Bach is rescued by an alien who gives him both a reason to live and the technology contained in his suit and spaceship. His two teenage sidekicks, Jan and Jace (spelled "Jayce" here), are revealed to be orphans of Zorak's assault on their home world, whom Bach adopts as his wards. (Blip is not seen in the mini-series.) It is they who christen him "Space Ghost," after a make-believe character their parents made up to frighten them out of bad behavior. He adopts the identity to avenge his family and bring the corrupt officers who killed them to justice.

The comic contains a series of nods to "Coast to Coast", amongst them Space Ghost's identity (outside the comic, the name "Thaddeus" is commonly shortened to "Thad," a name casually thrown around as the "Coast to Coast" Space Ghost's real first name) and his wife bears a strong resemblance to, and has the nonsensical engrish mannerisms of, Björk, who once gave a very memorable interview with Space Ghost, including a discussion of how they might live as a married couple. Thad's trademark immature, oafish behavior is also present in elements of the storyline as he loses his temper quickly with the Ghost Planet alien and with Jan and Jayce.

The mini-series has been collected into a trade paperback, ISBN 1401207219. The last issue of the mini-series said another was going to follow, but this never happened.


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07-28-2008, 02:40 AM
Cassandra is the second character to be called Wonder Girl; the first being Donna Troy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donna_Troy). Cassandra is the daughter of Dr. Helena Sandsmark, (a noted archaeologist with whom Wonder Woman was working) and the Greek god (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_mythology) Zeus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeus).[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Girl_%28Cassie_Sandsmark%29#cite_note-ww105-1) During a fight with a Doomsday clone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doomsday_%28comics%29)[3] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Girl_%28Cassie_Sandsmark%29#cite_note-ww111-2) and another battle with Decay,[4] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Girl_%28Cassie_Sandsmark%29#cite_note-ww113-3) she created a costume and used magical acquirements (the sandals of Hermes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermes) and the gauntlet of Atlas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_%28mythology%29)) to help Wonder Woman, much to her mother's horror. Cassandra later had the opportunity to ask Zeus for a boon,[5] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Girl_%28Cassie_Sandsmark%29#cite_note-ww122-123-4) and requested real superpowers. Zeus granted her request, but gave Dr. Sandsmark the ability to deactivate them. Dr. Sandsmark, however, reluctantly accepted her daughter's wish to be a superheroine and rarely if ever uses this ability.

07-28-2008, 03:15 AM

Batman #587 (http://en.dcdatabaseproject.com/Batman_587) (Part 1)
Robin #86 (http://en.dcdatabaseproject.com/index.php?title=Robin_Vol_4_86&action=edit) (Part 2)
Birds of Prey #27 (http://en.dcdatabaseproject.com/index.php?title=Birds_of_Prey_27&action=edit) (Part 3)
Catwoman #90 (http://en.dcdatabaseproject.com/index.php?title=Catwoman_Vol_2_90&action=edit) (Part 4)
Nightwing #53 (http://en.dcdatabaseproject.com/index.php?title=Nightwing_Vol_2_53&action=edit) (Part 5)
Detective Comics #754 (http://en.dcdatabaseproject.com/index.php?title=Detective_Comics_754&action=edit) (Part 6)
Gotham Knights #13 (http://en.dcdatabaseproject.com/index.php?title=Batman:_Gotham_Knights_13&action=edit) (Part 7) Written by Greg Rucka, Ed Brubaker and others; Art by Rick Burchett, Jacob and Arnold Pander, and others
Batman must solve a mystery of an extremly personal nature: Who shot Commissioner James Gordon three times in the back? As one of his dearest friends lies close to death, the Dark Knight begins his investigation with the only eyewitness, Catwoman. As Batman delves deeper into the mystery, he quickly learns that this is more than a simple whodunit. Enlisting the aide of Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing, Azarel, and Oracle, Batman discovers the true and shocking identity of the assailant and now must live up to his oath to bring him to justice.http://rapidshare.com/files/133004106/Batman-Officer_Down.rar

07-28-2008, 04:25 AM

Camelot 3000 is an American (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USA) twelve-issue comic book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_book) limited series (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_series) written by Mike W. Barr (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_W._Barr) and penciled by Brian Bolland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Bolland). It was published by DC Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Comics) from 1982 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1982_in_comics) to 1985 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1985_in_comics) as one of its first direct market (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Direct_market) projects, and as its first maxi-series.


The series follows the adventures of King Arthur (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Arthur), Merlin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merlin) and the reincarnated Knights of the Round Table (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knights_of_the_Round_Table) as they reemerge in an overpopulated future world of 3000 A.D. to fight off an alien invasion masterminded by Arthur's old nemesis, Morgan Le Fay (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgan_Le_Fay). Fulfilling an ancient prophecy that he would return when England (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/England) needs him most, Arthur is awakened accidentally from his resting place beneath Glastonbury Tor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glastonbury_Tor) by a young archeology student, Tom Prentice, whom Arthur makes his squire and later a knight. The two of them travel to Stonehenge (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stonehenge), where Merlin lies sorcerously trapped by the fae (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fae) creature Nyneve (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyneve), and awaken him to help them retrieve Arthur's legendary sword, Excalibur (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Excalibur).[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camelot_3000#cite_note-jpc-0)
Arthur, Guinevere (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guinevere), and Lancelot (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancelot) are presented more-or-less traditionally as the familiar doomed triangle of lovers; Guinevere is reincarnated as Joan Acton, an American military commander, while Lancelot is reborn as Jules Futrelle, a French industrialist and philanthropist. Sir Galahad (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galahad) is changed from an idealized version of the Christian knight to a samurai (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samurai) and devout adherent of bushido (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bushido). Sir Percival (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percival), the foolish man slowly wise is genetically altered into a monstrous giant but retains his gentle manner. Sir Kay (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Kay), the court churl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Churl), reveals to Arthur that his characteristic obnoxious demeanor was in fact an affectation intended to reduce tensions between the members of Arthur’s court, by uniting them in mutual dislike of Kay.
Modred (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modred) is not the son of Arthur's sister in this version, but the bastard child of Arthur by another woman. After Modred's birth, he had been taken away by a peasant woman to be hidden from Arthur, but she was intercepted by Sirs Kay and Tristan. Arthur then attempted to drown (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drown) the baby among the other May_Babies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/May_Babies) to keep him from becoming a threat to any legitimate heir; but unknown to Arthur, the baby survived. In the year 3000, Modred is reincarnated as Jordan Matthew, a corrupt United Nations (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations) official in league with Morgan Le Fay, and who later fuses the recovered Holy Grail (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_Grail) to a suit of armor.
The most original treatment in the work of any of the Arthurian characters is that of the figure of Sir Tristan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tristan), who is unexpectedly reincarnated as a woman. His transformation forces him to reexamine his previous conceptions of gender roles (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_roles) and his own sexuality. Although his relationship with Isolde (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iseult) – also reincarnated as a woman – is tested by his new identity, their enduring love for one another eventually triumphs, and the two become lovers.
Mike W. Barr and Brian Bolland received widespread recognition from their peers for their work on Camelot 3000, including a 1985 Jack Kirby Award (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirby_Award) nomination for Best Finite Series.

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07-28-2008, 08:23 AM

Two entities that are brothers, personifying the DC (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Universe) and Marvel universes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Universe), become aware of each others' existence. They challenge each other to a series of duels involving each universe's respective superheroes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superhero), with the losing universe ceasing to exist. There are eleven primary battles between the heroes, with the outcome of five fights being determined by fan votes. Marvel receives more votes than DC, although the storyline does not show one side as being victorious. Marvel's Living Tribunal (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_Tribunal) and DC's Spectre (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spectre_%28comics%29), two cosmic beings who claim to serve God, temporarily merge their respective universes into the Amalgam universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amalgam_Comics). The Amalgam universe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amalgam_Comics) is occupied by merged versions of many characters, such as Dark Claw (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Claw) (a merging of DC's Batman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman) and Marvel's Wolverine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolverine_%28comics%29)), Super-Soldier (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super-Soldier) (Captain America (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_America) and DC's Superman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman_%28comics%29)), and Spider-Boy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spider-Boy) (DC's Superboy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kon-El) and Marvel's Spider-Man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Reilly)). An interdimensional traveler called Access (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Access_%28comics%29) eventually manages to restore the universes to their normal state, but the two brothers subsequently begin a climactic final battle that threatens to destroy the universe. At the last minute, however, Batman and Captain America- having been taken by Access to confront the brothers- are able to make the brothers cease their conflict, as the two men are essentially the brothers in miniature- each of them are forever unique among their peers as ordinary men who dedicated their lives to a greater purpose, and yet they,unlike the brothers, do not seek to prove their superiority over each other-, forcing the brothers to acknowledge the foolishness of their continued conflict.http://rapidshare.com/files/133057890/DC_vs_Marvel.rar

07-28-2008, 08:49 AM
Fictional origin

The two comic universes came together when the incarnations of their respective universes (referred to as "the Brothers") became aware of each other after aeons of slumber. To prevent the Brothers from destroying each other, characters from each universe battled to determine which universe would survive; several of the matches were determined by online voting. Axel Asher (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Access_%28comics%29), a character created for the event (co-owned by Marvel and DC), served as a gate keeper who became stuck while traveling between both Universes.
When the fights concluded (including controversial victories by Wolverine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolverine_%28comics%29) and Storm (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storm_%28Marvel_Comics%29), over Lobo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lobo_%28comics%29) and Wonder Woman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Woman) respectively), neither universe was willing to go. To prevent total destruction, the Spectre (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spectre_%28comics%29) and the Living Tribunal (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_Tribunal) created a merged universe, in which only Axel Asher and Dr. Strangefate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Strangefate) knew the truth. Each struggled against the other to reverse or preserve the change.
Eventually, Axel Asher, now called Access, managed to separate the Brothers with the help of Amalgam's heroes; before the merge had taken place, he had planted 'shards' of the universe in Batman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman) and Captain America (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_America), and, once he discovered Dark Claw (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Claw) and Super-Soldier (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super-Soldier), he used those shards to give the Spectre and the Tribunal the power to restore the universes. Batman, Captain America and Access were thus able to make the Brothers realise that their conflict was pointless, and all went back to normal.

Amalgam characters

During the event, pairs of Marvel and DC characters or teams were merged into single characters. Usually they had something in common to start with (for example, the Jack Kirby (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Kirby) creations the Fantastic Four (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fantastic_Four) and Challengers of the Unknown (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Challengers_of_the_Unknown), or water-themed heroes Namor the Sub-Mariner (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Namor_the_Sub-Mariner) and Aquaman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquaman)), or their names or themes allowed for clever combinations (such as Superman and Captain America's amalgamation, Super Soldier, a reference to the Super Soldier serum (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weapon_Plus) that created Captain America; Bat-Thing, an amalgamation of Man-Bat (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man-Bat) and Man-Thing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man-Thing); or Shatterstarfire, the amalgamation of Shatterstar (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shatterstar) and Starfire (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starfire_%28comics%29)).

Publication history

For two weeks, Marvel and DC published Amalgam Comics. During the publication of Amalgam Comics, the companies treated it as if it had always existed, giving it a fictional history stretching back to the Golden Age of Comics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Age_of_Comics), as well as retcons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retcon) and reboots (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reboot_%28continuity%29), such as the Secret Crisis of the Infinity Hour (an amalgam of Secret Wars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Wars), Crisis on Infinite Earths (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crisis_on_Infinite_Earths), Infinity Gauntlet (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinity_Gauntlet) and Zero Hour (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero_Hour_%28comics%29)), including an Amalgam version of the cover of Crisis on Infinite Earths #7, with Super-Soldier (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super-Soldier) holding his sidekick's body. The books even went so far as to have letter pages with readers talking about stories they had read for years from the company line.

Amalgam books

Main article: List of Amalgam Comics publications (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Amalgam_Comics_publications)
The first Amalgam event occurred near the end of the Marvel vs. DC (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_vs._DC) crossover event in 1996. The first twelve Amalgam titles were released in a single week, temporarily replacing both publishers' regular releases. Half the comics in the event were published by Marvel and half by DC. A year later, the stunt was repeated, but without the crossover as background. Later, both publishers collected their issues into trade paperback collections.
In the 24 Amalgam Comics printed, one-third of those printed included letter-columns by fictitious fans to give a larger background to the stories and to help give hints of what might happen in the next issue. The "fans'" hometowns were usually fusions of existing American (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States) cities.

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Are those Amalgam comics any good then Nakhi? When I saw them before I kinda assumed they'd be a bit silly. I suppose it's a fun idea though not to be taken too seriously.

The Legends fo the Dark Claw one looks cool.

07-28-2008, 09:41 AM

this takes place inbetween the 96-97 runs of the Amalgam Universe

07-28-2008, 09:42 AM
Are those Amalgam comics any good then Nakhi? When I saw them before I kinda assumed they'd be a bit silly. I suppose it's a fun idea though not to be taken too seriously.

The Legends fo the Dark Claw one looks cool.

they are interesting......they should have continued a few of the titles IMO I got another set to upload will be done in a few

07-28-2008, 09:43 AM
Cool. I'll read them all together to get into the spirit of things.

07-28-2008, 09:44 AM
Lucky do not sleep on "Birds Of Prey" it is a very good title most def a must read

07-28-2008, 09:47 AM
I'll try and check it out. I've got so much to read at the moment though it's unbelievable.

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1997 run of Amalgam

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07-28-2008, 10:17 AM
Haha, that Iron Lantern looks cool!

I've actually got an original copy of Lobo the Duck. I haven't actually ever read it, as I got it in a parcel with a load of other Lobo stuff. I've got every issue of Lobo and most of his featured appearances. Only Lobo stuff I haven't got is his appearances in L.E.G.I.O.N., R.E.B.E.L.S. & Omega Men.

I'll have to dig out that Lobo The duck later tonight.

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"After skinhead nazis use magic to abduct Ted Knight, a guest lecturer for Wayne Industries, Batman steps in to investigate the crime. Hellboy uses his arcane knowledge to aid in the search. Because Ted Knight is a former Starman-- and the current Starman's father-- this brings Starman to the team."

Batman/Hellboy/Starman #1 - Gotham Grey Evil

Batman/Hellboy/Starman #2 - Jungle Green Horror
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07-28-2008, 06:40 PM
lmao at those amalgam comics....stupid..eloels.

07-29-2008, 08:21 PM
lmao at those amalgam comics....stupid..eloels.

blah blah blah................

07-29-2008, 09:37 PM
Danger Girl is an American comic book series created by J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell. The comic features a group of busty, scantily-clad secret agents led by a mentor who bears an unmistakable resemblance to Sean Connery. The comic is a spoof of James Bond-style spy/action stories, with the Danger Girls being a send-up of the Bond girls. Unlike the Bond girls, however, the Danger Girls are the stars of the series.http://i33.tinypic.com/zja1ec.jpg

This original series, illustrated and co-written by J. Scott Campbell, follows the adventures of newcomer Abbey Chase as she joins the Danger Girls to face the evil neo-Axis group known as the Hammer. The plot include endless double crosses and fast-paced battles against spectacular villains such as the mysterious Major Maxim. [Preview, #1-7]http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MXN39S2Whttp://rapidshare.com/files/133456126/v1.part2.rar
Danger Girl: Kamikaze
This manga/shōnen-style follow-up miniseries by Tommy Yune has the team back together as they join a buxom Hong Kong operative hot on the trail of stolen nuclear weaponry. This time an eastern neo-Axis syndicate known as the Kama (Japanese word for "sickle") led by the Shogunner is gathering secret technology to complete a long-lost superweapon. 01-Danger Girl Kamikaze

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Danger Girl Special

A one shot featuring the virtual adventures of Silicon Valerie by Art Adams.


Danger Girl: Hawaiian Punch

The girls find trouble in paradise in this one shot featuring the artwork of Phil Noto.

07-29-2008, 10:22 PM
Danger Girl: Viva Las Danger

Again featuring the art of Phil Noto, the girls are back in action as the strip becomes the target of a hostile takeover.

Batman / Danger Girl

The girls form an unlikely alliance with the dark knight as they go on assignment in Gotham City. Featuring the artwork of Leinil Francis Yu.

07-29-2008, 11:20 PM
Danger Girl: Back in Black

Written by Andy Hartnell featuring the artwork of Nick Bradshaw. The girls are on a chase of a powerful and ancient Native American artifact which was stolen. Features a new sexy ally named Ruby. [#1-4]

Danger Girl: Body Shots

Written by Andy Hartnell featuring the artwork of Nick Bradshaw and Jim Charalampidis. [#1-4]

07-30-2008, 12:13 AM

Danger Girl: 3-D Special

Taken from the original series, illustrated and co-written by J. Scott Campbell. the 1st 2 issues of the original series w/ some added artwork, all done in 3-D.


00-Spotlight On J Scott Campbell

07-30-2008, 03:17 AM
Bomb Queen is an American fictional comic book character, created by Jimmie Robinson. She first appeared in Image Comics' Bomb Queen Vol. 1, #1, and has subsequently appeared in three other limited series (with a fifth one currently running) and a one-shot.

The Queen herself is a villainess who has eliminated and subsequently banned all superheroes from the fictional city of New Port. She rules the city as a benevolent dictator; the limitations she has placed over the city's criminals have made her a popular leader.

Fictional character biography

Bomb Queen was originally part of a quartet of supervillains called The Four Queens, who reigned over New Port City. When all the super-heroes in town were finally defeated or slain, the Queens turned on each other. Bomb Queen emerged as the victor, and took control over the local government.

Bomb Queen founded New Port City's "No Heroes" law, (outlawing superheroes) which made the town a magnet for criminals across America. This pleased politicians in Washington, DC, due to the lowered crime rates in other states. However, the government was not happy with the self-elected leadership of Bomb Queen. Various smear campaigns having failed to dent her immense public popularity, the government turned to other options.

Bomb Queen's rule over the city (and her cavalier attitude to crime) caused the city to flourish. The city coffers were overflowing with laundered money, which caused New Port City to rival Las Vegas. This also resulted in private local TV stations, Intranet, and regional cable stations being allowed to air unrated content - often of Bomb Queen herself, in pornographic movies filmed from her fortified townhouse.

The restriction of the city limits kept Bomb Queen confined in her city of crime, but also present extreme danger if she were to ever leave - where the law is ready and waiting. This was illustrated in the one-shot comic, Blacklight vs. Bomb Queen (Aug. 2006). Bomb Queen, in disguise, traveled to Las Vegas in search of a weapon prototype at a gun convention and encountered the superheroine Blacklight.


Bomb Queen is never seen without her black cat, Ashe. The animal has mysterious origins and is connected to the Mayans of South America. The cat's powers have saved the day in numerous situations, such as the finale of the Bomb Queen vs. Blacklight oneshot. Later on, Ashe is murdered, but in reality, Ashe is the physical manifestation of a demon whose realm nexus is New Port City, and can manipulate the rage of its citizens, notably Bomb Queen.

Bomb Queen I (Royal Flush) #1-4
* Bomb Queen: Royal Flush (February 2006-May 2006; collected as Bomb Queen: Woman of Mass Destruction, with 40 extra pages of material)

Bomb Queen is put on the defensive when a scheming politician introduces a superhero into the community to win back the people's favour. When the hero's efforts prove fruitless, the politician unleashes a chemically-created monster who threatens not only Bomb Queen but the city itself.

07-30-2008, 03:27 AM
Bomb Queen II (Queen of Hearts) #1-3
* Bomb Queen II: Queen of Hearts (October 2006-December 2006; collected as Bomb Queen II: Dirty Bomb)

Bomb Queen, hard-up for romance, falls head-over-heels for an enigmatic stranger who may prove to be her undoing.

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* Bomb Queen III: The Good, The Bad and The Lovely (March 2007-June 2007; collected as Bomb Queen III: The Good, The Bad and The Lovely - released January 2008)

Bomb Queen faces Blacklight, Shadowhawk's girlfriend Rebound, and her mother Red Cross. The Agency unleashes Bomb Teen against the Queen, who has a healing factor and the ability to create energy bombs. After her victory, the Teen reveals that Bomb Queen is a clone, and was created to lead New Port City as a trial free zone for villains to be deported. The Teen dies, but is absorbed by the Queen, giving her the Teen's powers.


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* Bomb Queen IV: Suicide Bomber (August 2007-December 2007; collected as Bomb Queen IV: Suicide Bomber - due for release late May 2008)

After the death of Ashe and gaining of new abilities, Bomb Queen declares war against the Image Universe. She initially makes herself more popular with the people of New Port City, and later goes on to fire WMDs at the cities of New York, Chicago, Tower city, and Baltimore. Shadowhawk, Savage Dragon, Dynamo 5, Invincible all help to look for survivors. She eventually tells the United States Government that New Port City is now an autonomous state in the union, having the government forty eight hours to answer. Ashe is revealed to be a demon, and New Port City his sphere of influence. A female Hellspawn challenges Bomb Queen, successfully killing her and sending her to Ashe's realm. However, Bomb Queen conquers Ashe's realm and returns, now armed with supernatural powers. She also cut off Ashe's ability to manipulate rage, rerouting the energy to herself.


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* Bomb Queen V: The Divine Comedy (May 2008-October 2008; currently running)

The Story So Far: With New Port City's growing popularity--and population--Bomb Queen's control of her harmful hamlet is slipping. Meanwhile, the writers of capewatch.com--a blog covering hero & villain activity--want the inside scoop on the Queen, and are willing to infiltrate NPC's borders to do it. Their plan: go to Littleville--America's "safest city" (thus the antithesis of NPC) and NPC's main supply source--and sneak in via one of the delivery vehicles. But Littleville has its' own plans; a serial killer has infiltrated the good town, hoping to commit enough murder to warrant admission to NPC, and the town itself has decided to send THEIR superhero, the White Knight, in to try and control the Queen. To Be Continued


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* Bomb Queen vs. Blacklight: Cat Fight (written by Scott Wherle, art & cover by Jimmie Robinson, colors by Jason Embury)

Bomb Queen, in disguise, travels to Las Vegas in search of a weapon prototype at a gun convention and runs into Blacklight, also visiting Las Vegas for a comic convention. Continuity-wise, this story falls in between the first two mini-series.http://rapidshare.com/files/133518722/Bomb_Queen_vs._Blacklight.rar

07-30-2008, 08:24 AM
The Juggernaut (Cain Marko) is a fictional character appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist/co-writer Jack Kirby, the character first appeared X-Men #12 (July 1965). Juggernaut is the stepbrother and childhood bully of X-Men founder Charles Xavier. His powers center on his being an unstoppable force of destruction, and his appearances have generally reflected that. The Juggernaut is generally portrayed as aggressive, angry, and brutal, but in later stories he has appeared as a member of the X-Men. A popular character, Juggernaut has fought the X-Men in several animated series and video games, including in the 2006 film X-Men: The Last Stand in which he was played by Vinnie Jones.

07-30-2008, 09:02 AM

Alpha Flight Classic Vol. 1, collecting Alpha Flight (volume 1) #1-8Alpha Flight is a fictional group, a Marvel Comics superhero team noteworthy for being one of the few Canadian superhero teams. Created by John Byrne, the team first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #120 (April 1979).

Throughout most of its history, the team has worked for Department H, a fictitious branch of Canada’s Department of National Defence that deals with super-powered persons. Most team members have distinctly Canadian attributes, such as Inuit or First Nations heritage.

The team was originally merely a part of the back story of the X-Men’s Wolverine but, in 1983, Byrne launched an eponymous series featuring the group, which continued until 1994. Three short-lived revivals have been attempted since, the most recent titled Omega Flight, in April, 2007.

Many of Alpha Flight's story-lines are heavily influenced by Canadian aboriginal lore. In issue #1 Tundra the team battles the re-animated evil spirit named Tundra. Snowbird is the child of an aboriginal female spirit — Goddess — and a human.


07-30-2008, 09:06 AM

any of you guys seen this?

07-30-2008, 09:32 AM
Looks cool.

First we get:


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guess i offended the dawg, anyway..yeah i been saw that wolverine vs hulk trailer....or clip, and i think its meh..idk it could be cool but who knows?

btw todays Wolverine (not origins, though that one was also good) was sweet, and i think this will be a great graphic novel once released.

07-30-2008, 09:32 PM
nah Dusk it is just that you complain everytime you come in this thread...not sure why but hey whatever...I am not no emotional dude people who want stuff i post get it people who don't, don't hjve to............

EDIT: im sorry i tried to quote u and i pressed edit by accident..

07-30-2008, 09:49 PM
Hey Lucky: