lmao at those amalgam comics....stupid..eloels.
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.
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]Code:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MXN39S2WCode:http://rapidshare.com/files/133456126/v1.part2.rar
01-Danger Girl KamikazeDanger 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.
Danger Girl Special
A one shot featuring the virtual adventures of Silicon Valerie by Art Adams.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133467542/02-Danger_Girl_Special.rar
Danger Girl: Hawaiian Punch
The girls find trouble in paradise in this one shot featuring the artwork of Phil Noto.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133468056/03-Hawaiian_Punch.rar
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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133469059/04-Viva_Las_danger.rar
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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133470362/05-Danger_Girl_ft._the_Batman.rar
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]Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133474733/06-Danger_Girl_Back_In_Black.rar
Danger Girl: Body Shots
Written by Andy Hartnell featuring the artwork of Nick Bradshaw and Jim Charalampidis. [#1-4]Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133477688/07-Body_Shot.rar
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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133480918/08-3-D_Special.rar
00-Spotlight On J Scott Campbell
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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133509353/Bomb_Queen_I__Royal_Flush___1-4.rar
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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133511346/Bomb_Queen_II__Queen_of_Hearts___1-3.rar
* 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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133514024/Bomb_Queen_III-The_Good__The_Bad___The_Lovely__1-4_.rar
* 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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133516783/Bomb_Queen_IV_Suicide_Bomber__1-4.rar
* 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
* 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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133518722/Bomb_Queen_vs._Blacklight.rar
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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133562727/Juggernaut_-__Oneshot.cbr
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.Code:http://rapidshare.com/files/133569140/Alpha_Flight_Classic_v1_TPB.cbr