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The Art of God of War (2017)-

It is a new beginning for Kratos. Living as a man, outside the shadow of the gods, he seeks solitude in the unfamiliar lands of Norse mythology. With new purpose and his son at his side, Kratos must fight for survival as powerful forces threaten to disrupt the new life he has created.

An intimate chronicle of the years-long odyssey to bring Kratos and Atreus’s beautiful and brutal world to life.

Step into Midgard and explore beyond, as Dark Horse Books and Santa Monica Studio proudly present the quintessential companion to the enormously anticipated God of War. This is a document unlike any other that sets readers on an exhaustive behind-the-scenes journey to witness the creation of an epic of tremendous scale.

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Stan Lee’s How to Write Comics by Stan Lee

Stan Lee’s How to Write Comics by Stan Lee
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Overview: Comics icon Stan Lee, creator of the Mighty Marvel Universe, has set about to teach everything he knows about writing and creating comic book characters. In these pages, aspiring comics writers will learn everything they need to know about how to write their own comic book stories, complete with easy to understand instruction, tips of the trade, and invaluable advice even for more advance writers. From the secrets to creating concepts, plots, to writing the script, the man with no peer — Stan Lee–is your guide to the world of writing and creating comics.
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Motion Comics

Motion Comics

About:

    A motion comic is a form of comics combining elements of print comic books and animation, and need any Multimedia player such as mp4 player (Mpeg4-ASP + AAC) most devices/phones play .mp4 natively.

History

    The earliest examples of motion comics are found in independent creations such as Broken Saints.

    In 2005, Lions Gate released an animated version of the Saw: Rebirth comic, one of the first examples of an animated comic created to tie into a film franchise. The first major motion comics released, which is also the first use of the term "motion comic," were released by Warner Bros., the owner of DC Comics to coincide with the film premieres of The Dark Knight and Watchmen, releasing an adaption of Batman: Mad Love and Watchmen: Motion Comics, adapting the comic book of the same name.

    Marvel Comics have also begun producing motion comics, beginning with an adaptation of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday’s Astonishing X-Men and a Spider-Woman series by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev produced simultaneously in print comic and motion comic formats. They have also recently announced the addition of Extremis.

    Examples from other companies include Peanuts Motion Comics, the Dead Space prequel comics and the "Lucy" element of the ABC News documentary Earth 2100.

    A database of motion comics can be found online at Digital Motion Comics

Illustrated Films

    A sibling format to motion comics called illustrated films was developed by transmedia studio HALO 8 Entertainment with their Godkiller, which was produced at the same time as (but separately from) the Watchmen motion comic. As opposed to repurposing an existing comic book, Halo-8 created new sequential art that was designed from its inception to be transmedia art for both a comic book and an illustrated film. Godkiller creator Matt Pizzolo told Bloody Disgusting "Godkiller was just a slower production than Watchmen because we had to create 200 pages of art and story from the ground up first, rather than starting with one of the greatest comic books ever made as source material. Plus we had a dozen voice performers instead of just one."

    Although aesthetically similar to motion comics, Pizzolo identifies illustrated film influences as including Liquid Television, the MTV cartoon adaptation of The Maxx, the Berserk anime series, Chris Marker’s La jetée, the motion comic Broken Saints, and the experimental cinema of Ralph Bakshi.

    According to Comics Alliance, Pizzolo stated "the difference between an illustrated film and a motion comic is kind of the difference between a movie that was shot in 3D versus a movie that was shot in 2D but got a 3D post-conversion. We’re not repurposing an existing comic book here, we’re building something unique from scratch."

    Godkiller also diverged from motion comics with voice performances by a "genre-star-studded ensemble" (according to Fangoria [9]) featuring Lance Henriksen (Aliens), Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects), Danielle Harris (Halloween franchise), Nicki Clyne (Battlestar Galactica), Lydia Lunch, Justin Pierre (singer Motion City Soundtrack), and Davey Havok (singer AFI).

    The 75-minute Godkiller feature was released theatrically in 11 cities before it was distributed on DVD and cable VOD.

    Upcoming illustrated films from Halo-8 include Ben Templesmith’s original project Black Sky and an adaptation of Tim Seeley’s Hack/Slash.

Reception

    Reception to motion comics has been mixed.

    NewTeeVee commented,

      "This first generation [of motion comics] is admittedly crude, but there is enough ‘motion’ in these motion comics to keep the viewer’s attention, and so far the music and voice acting have been great. Plus, the level of experimentation and sophistication will grow as more are produced."

    Comics Worth Reading asked,

      "When you add camera tricks and a soundtrack to a comic, is it still a comic? Or just a poor excuse for a cartoon, done on the cheap? Are they reaching a new audience, attracted by a new format in more modern sales outlets (that come to them)? Will those hypothetical new readers eventually wind up buying traditional-format comics? Could this be just another way to try and make more money from the same, previously existing content?"

    Artist John Cassaday described his experience with the motion comic adaptation of Astonishing X-Men, saying:

      "I’d seen some motion comic animation, and the quality varied. When Marvel approached me, I was initially hesitant, but after looking at some test footage and hearing how committed they were, I knew what direction they were wanting to go."

    Chris Cummins in Comics, Daily Lists says:

      The problem with motion comics is that they are by their very nature a lesser product. Not possessing the nuances of a comic or the visual flair of a cartoon, these things are weird creatures traveling through the night in search of their own identity. That may sound a bit grandiose, but think about it. Motion comics are designed for people who are too lazy to read a graphic novel. Yet they are also crafted in such a fashion that their inferior animation is their primary selling point (there’s a thesis in here somehow about how the seeming half-assedness of motion comics is a reflection upon contemporary America’s overwhelming ability to settle for mediocrity, yet I’m far too lazy to write it). Motion Comics have been called the Cliff’s Notes of the comics industry, and that sounds like a fair assessment. Yet it seems that they are also, to make a timely reference, the Rodney Dangerfield of fandom. Just because you probably should read a graphic novel as opposed to watching one brought to life with the least amount of effort doesn’t mean that there aren’t some motion comics that are worth your time. Come to think of it, some of these are actually quite exceptional. You see, as long as you view motion comics as a companion to their source material instead of a replacement, they offer up a lot of enjoyment. So I’m going to stop poo-pooing them and begin giving them the respect they deserve. Here then is a look at the 10 best motion comics released. Thus far anyways.
        10. Iron Man: Extremis
        09. The Walking Dead
        08. Batgirl: Year One
        07. Superman: Red Son
        06. Spider-Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D.
        05. Batman: Black and White
        04. Astonishing X-Men: Gifted
        03. Watchmen
        02. Peanuts
        01. Axe Cop

    One of the bigger struggles the wider audience has had with receiving motion comics is that a select few of them appear to be half hearted attempts at a cartoon with many viewers complaining about lip movement and body movement being too overdone (but not executed well enough) for the work to be acceptable as a ‘comic’. The level of motion varies greatly from title to title with some sticking closer to traditional comic styles but using motion and sound to enhance the story telling, whilst others have a greater emphasis on the motion, music, sound and animation.

    Source: Wikipedia

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    List of Motion Comics Released in this Post:

    I Am Legend
    Saw: Rebirth
    Batgirl: Year One
    Spider Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D.
    Astonishing X-Men: Gifted
    Batman: Black & White
    Spartacus: Blood and Sand
    Peanuts Motion Comics
    The Walkin Dead
    Batman Adventures: Mad Love
    Iron Man: Extremis
    Godkiller
    Jonah Hex: Two-Gun Mojo
    Marvel Knights Spiderwoman
    Stephen King’s N
    Superman: Red Son
    Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers
    Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comic

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    List of Comics Released on This Site.

    Alphabetic List of Comics Released on This Site:

    #

    300 HC by Frank Miller (.CBR)

    52 by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka & Mark Waid (.CBR)
    5 Days to Die #4 by Andy Schmidt (.CBR)
    5 Ronin by Peter Milligan (.CBR)
    6-th Gun, The by Cullen Bunn (.CBR)
    7 Days from Hell by Bryan Edward Hill & Rob Levin (.CBR)

    A

    Adam Legend of The Blue Marvel by Array (.CBR)
    Adventure Comics by Geoff Johns (.CBR)

    Adventures of Sinbad, the by Dan Wickline (.CBR)
    Æon Flux by Mike Kennedy & Timothy Green II (.CBR)
    Aetheric Mechanics by Warren Ellis & G. Pagliarani (.CBR)
    Age of Reptiles All Series by R. Delgado (.CBR)
    Agents of Atlas by Jeff Parker (.CBR)
    Agent X by Gail Simone (.CBR)
    Air Fighters by Hillman (.CBR)
    Alias by Brian Michael Bendis (.CBR)

    All Nighter by David Hahn (.CBR)
    All Star Comics by Shelly et al (.CBR, .JPG)
    Amazing Screw-On Head, The by Mike Mignola (.CBR)
    Amazon, The by T. Seagle (.CBR)

    Amory Wars: In Keeping Secrets, the by Sanchez (.CBR)
    Amours Fragiles by Ph. Richelle [FRE] (.PDF)

    Anita Blake Vampire Hunter by Marvel Comics(.CBR)
    Archie & Jughead Comics (.JPG)
    Archie Comics Americana series by Maurice Coyne (.CBR)
    Area 10 by DC/Vertigo (.CBR)
    Area 52 by Brian Haberlin & Clayton Henry (.CBR)
    Aria by Brian Holguin & Anacleto (.CBR)
    Aria-Angela: Heavenly Creatures by Brian Holguin (.CBZ)
    Army @ love by Rick Veitch (.CBR)
    Arrowsmith by Kurt Busiek & Carlos Pacheco (.JPG)
    Aspen Splash Swimsuit Spectacular by Michael Turner (.CBR)
    Astro City by Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson & Alex Ross (.CBR)
    Astronauts in Trouble by Larry Young (.CBR)

    Athena by Doug Murray (.CBR)
    Atmospherics by Warren Ellis (.CBR)
    Atomic Robo & The Deadly Art of Science by Brian Clevinger
    Avatar Of The Futurians by David Miller (.CBR)

    B

      Babe by John Byrne (.CBR)
      Back Issue by Michael Eury (.CBR)
      Bad Blood The Vampire Collection by Steve Tanner (.CBZ)
      Bad Signal by Warren Ellis & Jacen Burrows (.CBR)
      Bakers, The by Kyle Baker
      Bar Sinister by Mike Grell (.CBR)
      Bart Simpson’s Treehouse Horror by Matt Groening (.CBR) (.PDF)

      Beasts of Burden by Evan Dorkin (.CBR)
      Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children series by Dave Louapre & Dan Sweetman (.CBR)
      Beavis & Butt-Head by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
      Bedtime Stories For Impressionable Children by James Kuhoric (.CBR)
      Beware the Vampyre’s Kiss by Barry Blair (.CBR)
      Beyond by Deepak Chopra (.CBR)
      Big Guy & Rusty the Boy Robot by Frank Miller (.CBR)
      Billy and the Boingers Bootleg by Berke Breathed (.CBR)
      Bite Club by Howard Chatkin & David Tischman (.CBR)
      Black & White by Tim Sale (.CBR)
      Black Gas by Warren Ellis & Max Fiumara (.CBR)
      Black Panther by Reginald Hudlin (.CBR)
      Black Summer by Warren Ellis (.CBR)
      Black Widow by Richard Morgan (.cbr)
      Blade The Vampire Hunter by Ian Edginton (.CBZ)
      Blade MAX by Christopher Hinz & Steve Pugh (.CBR)
      Blade Runner Movie Adaptation by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
      Blood & water by Judd Winick (.CBR)
      Blood Is The Harvest by Mc Elroy (.CBR)
      Blood of the Demon by John Byrne & Will Pfeifer (.CBR)
      Bloodrayne Revenge of the Butcheress by Lambert (.CBR)
      Bloom County!! Complete, 1980-1989 by Berkley Breathed (.GIF)
      Blue Estate by Nathan Fox, Toby Cypress and Viktor Kalvachev (.CBR)

      Boondock Saints In Nomine Patris #2, The by Troy Duffy (.CBR)
      Book of Ballads and Sagas, The by Charles Vess et all (.CBR)
      Book of Bunny Suicides, the by Andy Riley (.PDF)
      Books of Doom by Marvel (.CBR)
      Books of Magick: Life During Wartime by Si Spencer (.CBR)
      Book of Genesis, the by R. Crumb (.CBR)
      Boys, The by Garth Ennis (.CBR)
      Bozz Chronicles, The by David Michelinie & Bret Blevins (.CBR)
      Bram Stoker’s Death Ship by G. Gerani (.CBR)
      Brave Old World by William Messner-Loebs (.CBR)
      Breed III #3 by Jim Starlin (.CBR)
      Brimstone by Michael Lent & Brian McCarthy (.CBR)
      Bring The Thunder by Alex Ross
      Britten & Brulightly by Jonathan Cape (.CBR)
      Brodie’s Law by Daley Osiyemi (.CBR)
      Broken Trinity: Pandora’s Box by B.E. Hill & R. Levin (.CBR)
      Buddha A Story of Enlightenment by Deepak Chopra (.CBR)

      Bullseye’s Greatest Hits by Marv Wolfman & John Romita Sr. (.CBR)
      Burn Notice by Ryan Johnson (.CBR)

      C

      Captain Marvel v1 (.CBR)
      Captain Marvel v2 (.CBR)
      Captain Swing & The Electrical Pirates of Cindery Island by Warren Ellis
      Cars 2 – Pit crew by RH Disney (.CBR)
      Cartoon History Of The Universe by Larry Gonick (.CBR)
      Casanova by Icon Comics (.CBR)
      Catwoman Guardian of Gotham by Doug Moench, Jim Balent & Kim DeMulder (.JPG)
      Cavewoman Toy Story by Rob Durham (.CBR)
      Challenger Deep by Andy Schmidt & Chee Yang Ong (.CBR)
      Chaos War: Ares by Michael Avon Oeming (.CBR)
      Charismagic by Vince Hernandez
      Charmed Season 9 by Paul Ruditis Raven Gregory (.CBR)
      Chew by John Layman (.CBR)
      Chicanos by Carlos Trillo & Eduardo Risso (.CBR)
      Chip ‘N Dale by Walt Disney (.JPG)
      Chronicles Of Dr. Herbert West, The by HP Lovecraft (.CBR)
      Chronicles of Wormwood: Last Battle by Ennis (.CBR)

      Cinnamon El Ciclo by DC Comics (.CBR)
      City of Dust: A Philip Khrome Story by Steve Niles (.CBR)
      City of Tomorrow by Howard Chaykin (.CBR)
      Codebreakers by Carey Malloy & Scott Godlewski (.CBZ)
      Comet 01-18, The by Mark Waid & Tom Lyle (.CBR)
      Comic Book Guy by Matt Groening (.CBR)
      Comic Shop News Christmas Special 2010 by Cliff Biggers (.CBR)
      Complete Captain Carrot Pack, The by DC Comics (.CBR)
      Complete Dracula, The by Leah Moore (.CBR)
      Complete Far Side, The by Gary Larson (.CBZ)

      Cowboy Ninja Viking by Nick Spencer (.CBR)
      Cowboys & Aliens by Fred Van Lente (.CBR)
      Criminal Macabre: Two Red Eyes by Steve Niles (.CBR)
      Critter: Origin by Jose Luis (.CBR)
      Crecy by Warren Ellis (.CBR)
      Creepy by Various Artists (.CBR)
      Crossed 3D by David Lapham (.CBR)
      Crossed: Family Values by David Lapham (.CBR)
      Crossed + Sketchbook by Garth Ennis (.CBR)

      Cruel & Unusual by Jamie Delano & Tom Peyer (.CBR)
      Crux by Mark Waid (.CBR)
      Crysis by Richard K. Morgan (.CBR)
      Cuba – My Revolution by Inverna Lockpez (.CBR)
      CVO – Covert Vampiric Operations – 100-Page Spectacular by Alex Garner and others (.CBR)
      Cyblade: Pilot Season by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Rick Mays. (.CBR)
      Cy-gor by Rick Veitch (.CBR)

      D

      Dead Space Salvage by Antony Johnston
      Deadlocke by Arvid Nelson (.CBR)
      DeadPool (vol. 3) by Marvel (.CBR)
      Dean Koontz Nevermore by Keith Champagne (.CBR)
      Death Hawk by Mark Ellis (.CBR)
      Dethklok by Brendon Small (.CBR)
      Deathlok Complete Edition by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
      Delicate Creatures A modern fable by J. Michael Straczynski & Michael Zulli (.CBR)

      Desolation Jones by Warren Ellis & J.H. Williams III (.CBR)
      Deus Ex 01-03 by Morrison & Hairsine (.CBR)
      Devi by Shekhar Kapur, Siddharth Kotian & Samit Basu (.CBR)
      Devil’s Footprints, The by Scott Allie (.CBR)
      Dilbert Archive 1993 – 2005 (.GIF)

      Doc Samson (v1-v2) by Marvel (.CBR)
      Doctor Mid-Nite by Matt Wagner (.CBR)
      Doctor Who by Tony Lee & Al Davison (.CBR)
      Dollhouse: Epitaphs by J. Whedon & M. Tancharoen (.CBR)
      Domino Lady by Lars Anderson (.CBR)
      Dong Xoai, Vietnam 1965 by Joe Kubert (.CBR)
      Double Life of Private Strong, The by Jack Kirby (.CBR)
      Dr. Doom & The Masters of Evil by Paul Tobin (.CBR)

      Dracula Chronicles, The by Roy Thomas (.CBR)
      Dracula: The Company of Monsters by Kurt Busiek (.CBR)
      Dragons! by Alec & others (.CBR)

      Dresden Files: Fool Moon by J. Butcher and M. Powers (.CBR)

      Dylan Dog by Tiziano Sclavi (.CBR)
      Dynamo 5 Sins of the Father 02 by Faerber (.CBR)

      E

      F

      Far Side, The by Gary Larson (.JPG)
      Fathom Blue Desent by Michael Turner (.CBZ)
      Fax from Sarajevo by Joe Kubert (.CBR)
      Fear Itself: Spider-Man by Chris Yost (.CBR)
      Fear Itself: The Deep by Cullen Bunn (.CBR)
      Fell by Warren Ellis (.CBR)
      Female Force: Sonia Sotomayor by Robert Schnakenbergh (.CBR)
      Fevre Dream by George R. R. Martins (.CBR)
      Final Destination: Spring Break by Kalvoda (.CBR)
      Flander’s Book of Faith by Matt Groening (.CBR)
      Flash, The by Geof Johns
      Flash Rebirth, The by DC Comics (.CBR)
      Flash & Green Lantern: The Brave & The Bold by DC Comics (.JPG)
      Flashpoint: Citizen Cold #2 by Scott Kolins (.CBR)
      Flashpoint: Secret Seven by Peter Milligan (.CBR)
      Fogtown by Andersen Gabrych (.CBZ)
      Forgetless by Marley Zarcone & Nick Spencer (.CBR)
      Four Eyes by Joe Kelly (.CBR)
      Foxfire by Dan Abnett and Ian Edginton (.CBR)
      Frankenstein by Martin Powell (.CBR)
      Fray by Joss Whedon (.CBR)
      From Hell by Alan Moore (.CBR)
      From the Desk of Warren Ellis by Warren Ellis (.CBR)
      Fury Peacemaker by Marvel (.CBR)
      Futurama Comics by James Lloyd (.CBR)
      FVZA Federal Vampire & Zombie Agency by Hine (.CBR)

      G

      H

      Haunted Love by Nicola Cuti (.CBR)
      Haunted Tank by Frank Marraffino (.CBR)
      Haywire by Michael Fleisher-Vince Giarrano-Kyle Baker (.CBR)
      Heart of Darkness by D. Abnett & A. Lanning (.CBR)
      Hellblazer Series by DC Comics/Vertigo (.CBR)

      Hellcat by Kathryn Immonen (.CBR)
      Hellraiser by Clive Barker (.CBR)
      Hepcats by Martin Wagner (.CBR)
      Hercules by Marvel (.CBR)
      Hercules Fall Of An Avenger by Greg Pak (.CBR)
      Heroic Age The Death of Dracula by Victor Gischler (.CBZ)
      History of Flight, The by Gary Jeffrey (.CBR)
      Hitman by Garth Ennis & John McCrea (.CBR)
      Hot Rock, The by Donald Westlake (.CBR)
      Home for Mr. Easter by Brooke Allen (.CBR)
      Honey West by Trina Robbins (.CBR)

      How to be a Serial Killer by Ricci & Espinoza (.CBR)

      Hunter-Killer by Mark Waid & Marc Silvestri (.CBR)

      I

      InFamous by William Harms (.CBZ)
      Infinite Vacation, The by Nick Spencer
      Insomnia Café by M.K. Perker (.CBR)
      Insurrection v3.6 by Blake Masters (.CBZ)
      Invincible 74 by Robert Kirkman & Cory Walker (.CBR)
      Iron & the Maiden by Jason Rubin (.CBR)
      Iron Fist by Marvel (.CBR)

      Iron Siege by James Abraham
      It’s a Wonderful Strife by Nick Drnaso (.CBR)
      I Zombie Part I. by Chris Roberson & Michael Allred (.CBR)
      I Zombie Part II. by Chris Roberson & Michael Allred (.CBR)

      J

      Joker’s Asylum II: 4 books by Walker, Calloway & Patrick (.CBR)

      Justice Riders by Chuck Dixon & J.H. Williams III(.CBR)
      Jurassic Park: The Devils in the Desert 1-3 by John Byrne (.CBR)

      K

      Kolchak Lovecraftian Damnation by Henderson & Hack (.CBR)
      Kull: The Hate Witch by David Lapham(.CBZ)
      Kung Fu Panda & Richie Rich by Kizoic (.CBR)

      L

      Lords of Avalon: Knight of Darkness by Robin Furth (.CBR)
      Lost In Space by Innovation (.CBR)
      Love & Rockets by Gilbert Hernandez (.CBR)
      Love Me Tenderloin by Steve Niles (.CBR)
      Loveless by B. Azzarello & M. Frusin (.CBR/CBZ)
      Lucifer by Mike Carey (.CBR)
      Luscious – The Collected Art by Al Rio (.CBR)

      M

      Marville by Bill Jemas (.CBR)
      Megamind by Ape Entertainment (.CBR)
      Megamind Bad Blue & Brilliant by L. McCann (.CBR)
      Mercy Thompson: Homecoming by Patricia Briggs (.CBR)
      Mercy Thompson: Moon Called by Patricia Briggs
      Midnight Kiss by Tony Lee (.CBR)
      Mighty Crusaders Special by Sturges & friends (.CBR)
      Mighty Love by Howard Chaykin (.CBR)
      Mighty Samson by Jim Shooter & Patrick Olliffe (.CBR)
      Millenium by DC Comic (.CBR)
      Mindfield 00, 02 by J.T. Krul (.CBR)
      Mister Wonderful by Daniel Clowes
      Modern Warfare 2: Ghost by Lapham (.CBR)
      Monica’s Story by Jon Lewis (.CBR)
      Monster Hunters Survival Guide by John Paul Russ (.CBR)
      Monster Hunters Survival Guide by John Paul Russ (.CBR)
      Motel Art Improvement Service by Jason Little (.CBR)
      Moon Girl by Gardner Fox
      Moon Knight by Brian Michael Bendis (.CBR)
      Moonshadow by John Marc DeMatteis (.CBR)
      Moonstone Monsters Vampire Vixens by Tom Defalco (.CBR)
      Morning Glories by Nick Spencer (.CBR)
      Mortal Souls by Steven Grant (.CBR)

      Mummy III Movie Prequel, The by Joshua Jabcuga (.CBR)
      Mummy or Ramses the Damned, The by Anne Rice (.CBR)
      Murder Can Be Fun by John Marr (.CBR)
      Murder Me Dead by David Lapham (.CBR)
      Murder Mysteries by Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russell (.CBR)
      Murder of King Tut, The by James Patterson (.CBR)
      Murderland by Stephen Scott (.CBZ)
      Music Box, The by Jennifer Love Hewitt (.CBZ)
      Mystery Men by David Liss (.CBR)
      Mythology by Alex Ross (.PDF)

      N

      Nightcrawler: Vol 3 Marvel Comics (.JPG)
      Nightmares & Fairy Tales: Annabelle’s Story by Serena Valentino (.CBR)
      Nightmask by Marvel (.CBR)
      Nightowl, The by Yann & Huggault (.CBR)
      Ninja High School Swimsuit Special by Antartic Press (.CBR)
      Noche Roja by Simon Oliver (.CBR)
      Now, Endsville by Carol Lay (.CBR)
      NYX: No Way Home by Marjorie Liu (.CBR)

      O

      Orbital by Sylvain Runberg & Serge Pellé (.CBR)
      Order of the Dragonknights, The by Ange (.CBR)
      Ororo: Before the Storm by Marvel (.CBR)
      Outlanders Manga by Johji Manabe (.CBR)
      Overkill Vol. 1 by Dark Horse Comics (.CBR)
      Overkill Vol. 2 by Dark Horse Comics (.CBR)

      P

      Plastic Man Vol 3 by Quality Comics (.JPG)
      Plop! The New Magazine of Weird Humor by DC Comics (.CBR)
      Police Comics by Quality Comics (.CBR)
      Political Power Bill O’Reilly by Jerome Maida (.CBR)
      Portal 2: Lab Rat – Part 1 by Valve (.CBR)
      Power Girl #21 by Judd Winnick (.CBR)
      Powers Vol 2 by Brian Michael Bendis (.CBR)
      Powers Vol 2. 24-30 by Brian Michael Bendis (.CBR)
      Power Company, The by Kurt Busiek & Tom Grummett(.JPG)(.CBR)
      Power Company Origins by Kurt Busiek (.JPG)(.CBR)
      Preacher by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon (.CBR)
      Predators by Marc Andreyko (.CBR)
      Prehistoric Times by Mike Fredericks (.CBR)
      Prince of Persia: Before The Sandstorm by J. Mechner (.CBR)
      Project Superpowers, X-Mas Carol by Alex Ross (.CBR)
      Psi Force by Marvel (.CBR)
      Pulse, The by Brian Michael Bendis (.CBR)
      Punisher: War Zone by Gerry Conway (.CBR)
      Punisher: Born by Garth Ennis & Darick Robertson (.CBR)
      Purgatori The Vampires Myth by Brian Pulido (.CBR)
      Push Movie Prequel by Marc Bernardin (.CBR)

      Q

      R

        Raise The Dead II by Dynamite Comics (.CBR)
        Ramayan 3392 A.D. by Deepak Chopra & Shekhar Kapur (.CBR)
        Ramayan 3392 A.D. Reloaded by Deepak Chopra et all (.CBR)
        Rasl by Jeff Smith (.CBR)
        Rat Catcher by Andy Diggle (.CBR)
        Rated Free for Everyone by J. Torres (.CBR)
        Red Mass from Mars by Johnathan Hickman (.CBR)
        Red Sonja One More Day by Jimmy Palmiotti (.CBR)
        Red Wing, The by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra (.CBR)
        Remains by Steve Niles & Kieron Dwyer (.CBR)
        Resident Evil: Code Veronica by Chung Hing (.CBR)
        Return of King Doug, The by Greg Erb (.CBZ)
        Rising, The by E.Max Frye (.CBR)
        Rob Zombie’s Spookshow International (.CBR)
        Robert E. Howard’s Savage Sword by Various writers (.CBR)
        Rocket Comics by Maple Leaf Publishing (.CBR)
        Robot Dreams by Sarah Varon (.CBZ)

        Rock Bottom by Joe Casey (.CBR)
        Rocky Horror Picture Show #1-3 by Kevin VanHook (.CBR)
        Rogue Trooper by Gerry Finley-Day & Dave Gibbons (.CBR)
        Rork by Andreas (.CBR)
        Rough Stuff by Bob McLeod (.CBR)
        Runaways by Brian K. Vaughan et al (.CBR)
        Runaways by Terry Moore (.CBR)
        Rush City by Chuck Dixon & Timothy Green II (.CBR)

        S

          Sam & Max: Surfin’ The Highway, The collected (.JPG)
          Sandman: Preludes & Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman (.CBR)
          Sandman Presents: Love Street by P. Hogan (.CBR)
          Santa the Barbarian by Rob Liefeld (.CBR)
          Saw: Rebirth by Kris Oprisko & Renato Guedes (.CBR) (.AVI)
          Scarface: Devil In Disguise by Joshua Jabcuga (.CBR)
          Scarface: Scarred For Life by John Layman (.CBR)

          Science Dog Special by Robert Kirkman (.CBR)
          Scourge, The by Scott Lobdell (.CBR)
          Se7en Movie Adaptation by Raven Gregory (.CBR)
          Sea Bear & Grizzly Shark by Ryan Ottley (.CBZ)
          Sentry (vol 2), The by Marvel (.CBR)
          Serenity Better Days by Joss Whedon, Brett Matthews, & Will Conrad (.CBR)
          Serenity Those Left Behind by Joss Whedon, Brett Matthews, & Will Conrad (.PDF)
          Shadow Strikes, The by Gerard Jones (.CBR)
          Shadowmasters by Marvel (.CBR)
          Shaun of the Dead by IDW Publishing (.CBR)
          She-Hulk by Dan Slott (.CBR)

          S.H.I.E.L.D. : Infinity by Jonathan Hickman (.CBR)
          Shrek & The Penguins of Madagascar by Dan Parent (.CBZ)
          Shrek 2 Cat Attack by Weiss (.CBR)
          Shuddertown #04 by Nick Spencer (.CBR)
          Signal To Noise by Neil Gaiman & DaveMckean (.CBR)
          Silent Hill by IDW Publishing-Konami (.CBR)
          Simpsons Super Spectacular by Matt Groening (.CBR)
          Sin City Hell & Back by Frank Miller (.CBR)
          Sin City Sex & Violence by Frank Miller (.CBR)
          Six Million Dollar Man Annual 1977-1979, The by Stafford
          Skaar: Son of Hulk by Greg Pak (.CBR)[/color]
          Skrull Kill Krew by Marvel (.CBR)
          Slipknot Comic Book by Howard Stern (.CBR)
          Soldier Zero by Stan Lee (.CBR)
          Solus by CrossGen Entertainment (.CBR)

          Spider Judgement Knight, Chaos by Hopkins-Skinner (.CBR)
          Spider-Girl by Marvel (.CBR)
          Spider-Girl, Amazing Spider-Girl, the by Marvel (.CBR)

          Spirit, The by David Hine (.CBR)
          SpongeBob Comics by Graham Annable (.CBR)
          Star Trek Captains Log Jellico by K. R.A. Decandido (.CBR)
          Star Trek Countdown 1 (100 Penny Press) by JJ Abrams
          Star Trek Khan Ruling In Hell by the Tiptons (.CBR)
          Star Trek Mirror Images Series by Scott Tipton, David Tipton & David Messina (.CBR)
          Star Trek Movie Adaptation by IDW Publishing (.CBR)
          Star Trek Year Four The Enterprise Experiment Series by Derek Chester & Gordon Purcell (.CBR)

          Starborn by Stan Lee (.CBR)

          Starkweather by David Rodriguez (.CBR)
          Stephen King’s N by Marc Guggenheim (.CBR)
          Stephen King’s the Stand: American Nightmares by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Mike Perkins (.CBR)
          Stormwatch Vol 1 by Image Comics (.JPG)
          Strange Science: Fantasy by IDW Publishing (.CBR)
          Students of the Unusual by Terry Cronin (.CBR)
          Sub-Mariner: The Depths by Peter Milligan (.CBR)
          Suicide Forest by IDW Publishing (.CBR)
          Superboy 2011 4th Series by Jeff Lemire & Pier Gallo (.CBR)
          Superboy Volume 1 (1949 Series) all 258 books (.CBR)
          Supergod by Warren Ellis and Garrie Gastonny (.CBR)

          Supernatural: Origins (Prequel TV-series) by Peter Johnson, Geoff Johns & Matthew Dow Smith (.CBR)
          Supernatural, Welcome to the Jungle by Jim Butcher (.CBR)Supreme by Alan Moore (.CBR)

          Surrogates, The by Top Shelf (.CBR)
          Swamp Thing (1972-1976) by DC Comics (.CBR)
          Swamp Thing The Saga by Alan Moore (.CBR)
          Sweet Tooth by Jeff Lemire (.CBR)
          Swordsmith Assassin by Andrew Cosby (.CBR)

          T

          Tales from the Fringe by Doble, Katsnelson & Gaines (CBR)

          Tall Tales of Vishnu Sharma, The by Samit Basu (.CBR)
          Tales of the Slayers by Joss Whedon (.CBZ)
          Tales of the Vampires by Joss Whedon (.JPG)
          Tank Girl: Bad Wind Rising by Alan Martin
          Tank Girl: Hairy Heroes by A. Martin (.CBZ)
          Tank Girl: The Royal Escape by Rufus Dayglo (.CBR)
          Tarot Witch of the Black Rose by Jim Balent (.CBR)
          Tarzan: Warlords of Mars by John Carter (.CBR)
          Team Zero by Chuck Dixon (.CBR)

          Thanos v1 by Marvel (.CBR)
          That Hellbound Train by Joe and John Lansdale (.CBR)
          Thin Black Line Perspectives on Vince Colletta by Robert L. Bryant
          Thing From Another World Omnibus, The by Chuck Pfarrer (.CBR)
          Things To Do In Dagenham When You’re Dead by Chia-JSC (.CBR)
          Thor by Stan Lee (.CBR)

          Timewalker by Barry Windsor-Smith (.CBR)
          Toe Tags by George A. Romero (.CBR)

          Tomb of Dracula by Marvel (.JPG)

          Top Cow Secrets: Special Winter Lingerie by various (.CBR)
          Tor, A Prehistoric Odyssey by Joe Kubert (.CBR)
          Torchwood by John Barrowman & Tommy Lee Edwards (.CBR)

          Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch, The by Neil Gaiman (.CBR)
          Traveler, The by Stan Lee (.CBR)
          Troublemakers by Fabian Nicieza & Kenny Martinez (.CBR)
          True Blood 1-5 by Alan Ball (.CBR)
          True Story, Swear to God by Tom Beland (.CBR)
          Turf #1-2 by Jonathan Ross (.CBR)
          Turok: Son of Stone 002 by Jim Shooter
          Turok: Son of Stone Archives Volume 1 by Alberto Giolitti
          Twilight by DC Comics (.CBR)
          Twilight Guardian by Troy Hickman
          Twilight The Graphic Novel by Young Kim (.CBR)
          Twilight Zone (1962 1st Series) by Gold Key (.CBR

          U

          Ultimate Vision by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
          Ultimate War by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
          Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk by Marvel (.CBR)
          Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk by Damon Lindelof (.CBR)
          Ultimate X4 by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
          Ultimate X-Men by Marvel (.CBR)
          Ultimatum by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
          Uncanny Origins by Marvel (.CBR)
          Uncanny X-Men 280-399, The by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
          Uncanny X-Men 400-512, The by Marvel Comics (.CBR)
          Undying Love by Image Comics
          Unknown Soldier (Vertigo) by Joshua Dysart (.CBR)

          V

          Vampires by Wendling, Buchet & Rossi Tarquin [FRE] (.CBZ)
          Vamperotica by Kirk Lindo (.CBR)
          Vampyre’s Kiss: Bianca’s Revenge by Barry Blair (.CBR)
          Vault of Horror, The by Al Feldstein (.CBR)
          Velocity by Ron Marz (.CBR)

          Victorian Secret Girls Of Steampunk by Ben Dunn
          Victorian Undead I by Ian Edginton & Davide Fabbri (.CBR)
          Victorian Undead II by Ian Edginton & Davide Fabbri (.CBR)
          Victory by Victory Comics Inc (.CBR)

          Viking by Ivan Brandon (.CBR)

          Violent Cases by Neil Gaiman (.CBR)
          Star Wars The Vandelhelm Mission by Archie Goodwin (.CBR)
          Voodoo Child-Illustrated Legend Of Jimi Hendrix (.CBR)(.MP3)

          W

          Wanted by Mark Millar (.CBR)
          War Man by Dixon & Zanotto (.CBR)
          War That Time Forgot,The by Robert Kanigher (.CBR)

          Warlord of Mars by Arvid Nelson (.CBR)
          Whatever Happened To Baron Von Shock? by Rob Zombie (.CBR)
          Weird Worlds by Kevin VanHook (.CBR)
          Welcome To The Little Shop Of Horrors 1-3 by J.R. Willimas
          Welcome to Tranquility: One Foot in Grave by Simone (.CBR)
          Witchfinder In The Service Of Angels by Edward Grey
          Witchfinder Lost & Gone Forever by E. Gray (.CBR)
          Who Wants to be a Superhero? by Stan Lee (.CBR)
          WildCats by Jim Lee & Brandon Choi (.CBR)
          WildCats 2.0 by Wildstorm (.CBR)
          WildCats 3.0 by Wildstorm (.CBR)
          WildCats Nemesis by Wildstorm (.CBZ)
          Wilson by Daniel Clowes (.CBR)
          Witch & Wizard Battle for Shadowland by Patterson (.CBR)
          Witchblade: Shades of Gray by Leah Moore (.CBR)
          Wolfskin: Hundredth Dream by Warren Ellis (.CBR)
          Wolves in the Walls, The by Neil Gaiman (.CBR)

          Women of Gold Digger: Spring Break by Fred Perry (.CBR)
          Wonder Woman Vol. 1 by DC Comics (.JPG)
          Wonder Woman Vol. 3 by Gail Simone (.CBR)
          Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia by Greg Rucka & J.G. Jones (.CBR)

          World of Warcraft #24 by Walt Simonson (.CBR)
          World of Warcraft Comic-Con 2007 Ashcan by DC comics (.CBR)
          World of Warcraft Curse of the Worgen by M. Neilson & J. Waugh (.CBR)

          X

          Xombi by John Rozum (.CBR)

          Y

          Z

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          Encyclopedia, Guide & How To:

          Encyclopedia of Super Villains, The by Jeff Rovin (.CBR)
          Essential Batman Encyclopedia, The by Bob Greenberger (.CBR)
          Essential Guide to the Force, The by Ryder Windham (.CBR)
          Eternals Sketchbook by Neil Gaiman & John Romita JR (.CBR)
          How to Draw Comic Book Heroes & Villains by Christopher Hart (.PDF)
          How To Draw Women by Terry Moore (.CBR)
          Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force by Ryder Windham (.CBR)
          Justice League Animated Series Guide by Jason Hall(.CBR)
          Looney Tunes Ultimate Guide by Jerry Beck (.CBR)
          Masters of the Universe Encyclopedia 1 by James Eatock (.CBR)
          Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe by J. Quesada (.CBR)
          Overstreet Guide To Collecting Comics FCBD by J.C Vaughn (.CBR)
          Photo Journal Guide to Comic Books, The by Ernst Gerber
          Silver Age of Comic Book Art, The by Arlen Schumer

          Sketchbook by Jim Lee (.CBR)
          Sketchbook by Marc Silvestri (.CBR)
          Spawn Bible by Andrew Grossberg (.CBR)

          Stephen King’s Dark Tower sketchbook by Peter David (.CBR)
          Super Hero Book by Gina Misiroglu, The (.PDF)
          Superman The Animated Series Guide by Scott Beatty (.CBR)
          Superman The Complete History by Daniels (.CBR)
          Transformers – The Ultimate Guide (Revised Edition) by Simon Furman (.CBR)
          Ultimate Guide to GI Joe 1982 – 1994 by Mark Bellomo, The (.CBR)
          Ultimate Guide to the Dark Knight, The by Scott Beatty (.CBR)
          Vertigo Encyclopedia (Promo comic) by Michael Smith (.CBR)
          Vertigo Encyclopedia by Alex Irvine (.CBR)
          Wonder Woman The Ultimate Guide to the Amazon Princess by Scott Beatty (.CBR)
          World Encyclopedia of Comics v5, The by Maurice Horn (.CBR)
          Working Methods by John Lowe (.CBR)
          Write Now! by Danny Fingeroth (.CBR)

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