Barry Windsor Smith

BoME. Lobezno: Arma-X  Comics

Posted by Coda at April 5, 2016
BoME. Lobezno: Arma-X

BoME. Lobezno: Arma-X
Panini Cómics, 2008 | Spanish | CBR | 146 pages | 125 MB
Guión: Barry Windsor-Smith; Dibujo: Barry Windsor-Smith

Editorial: La mítica saga que se atrevió a contar por primera vez el más dramático momento en la vida de Lobezno. El inigualable Barry Windsor-Smith escribe y dibuja una imprescindible saga en la que un misterioso enclave convierte al mutante Logan en el arma asesina que todos conocemos. Un volumen imprescindible para entender la leyenda del hombre-X más salvaje, y que viene acompañada de un buen número de extras.
The Chronicles of Conan Volume 03- The Monster of the Monoliths and Other Stories (2004) (Digital TPB)

The Chronicles of Conan Volume 03- The Monster of the Monoliths and Other Stories (2004) (Digital TPB)
English | CBR | 169 pages | 170.53 MB

This is the third volume in a series collecting the early Conan comic book stories by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith. Originally created in the 1930s, Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian has survived to emerge as one of this century's most powerful and popular characters. Even more impressive than the character's lasting appeal over the past seven decades, is the caliber of talent involved in all of the various Conan incarnations. Of those, there are few that speak as clearly and as uniquely as artist Barry Windsor-Smith. Over the course of these early stories, Windsor-Smith's stunning evolution from comic-book cartoonist to full-fledged artist is apparent and thrilling to behold.

Kimota! The Miracleman Companion (2001)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Nov. 14, 2012
Kimota! The Miracleman Companion (2001)

Kimota! The Miracleman Companion (2001)
English | CBR | 146 pages | 1440 px | 98.43 MB

Alan Moore’s Miracleman predated Watchmen and Dark Knight as the first of the grim, ultra-realistic strips that changed super-hero comics forever. But whatever happened to Miracleman? For the first time, this trade paperback tells all the behind-the-scenes secrets, from the character’s start as the British strip Marvelman, to the legal and creative hurdles during its 24-issue run at Eclipse Comics, and why you never saw the final Neil Gaiman-scripted issue! Sporting a Mark Buckingham cover and an introduction and back cover by Alex Ross, this book features in-depth interviews with Alan Moore, John Totleben, Neil Gaiman, Mark Buckingham, Barry Windsor-Smith, Beau Smith, Cat Yronwode, Rick Veitch, and others! Plus there’s an amazing assortment of unpublished art, uninked pencils, sketches, and concept drawings (including unseen art from the never-published issue #25) by Totleben, Windsor-Smith, Buckingham, Mike Deodato, Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, and more! Special Bonus: a never-published 8-page Moore/Totleben story, "Lux Brevis", and an unused Moore script!

Adastra en Africa  Comics

Posted by Coda at Oct. 13, 2011
Adastra en Africa

Adastra en Africa
Planeta DeAgostini, 2005 | CBR | Spanish | 62 pages | 62.3 MB
Author: Barry Windsor-Smith

Adastra en Africa es una importante, y hasta ahora inedita narracion grafica del celeberrimo Barry Windsor-Smith. Su protagonista es Adastra, el personaje mas popular de la serie Jovenes Dioses que BWS publico en su innovadora revista Storyteller.

Savage Tales Complete 1-12  Magazines

Posted by ekenciz at May 4, 2006
Savage Tales Complete 1-12

Savage tales is the title of a black and white magazine-sized comic book anthology series published by Marvel Comics.

The first of its two volumes ran for 11 issues and one annual, from May 1971 to July 1975. The first five issues of Savage tales featured Robert E. Howard's character Conan the Barbarian and assorted sword-and-sorcery characters, as well as prose stories and articles. The last six issues featured Ka-Zar, lord of the Savage Land. This time-lost country, in the Marvel Universe, is located in Antarctica and is home various prehistoric life-forms. Savage tales Vol. 1, #1 also saw the first appearance of the swamp creature called the Man-Thing, who would later get his own title.

Highlights of the first volumes of Savage tales include painted covers by John Buscema (#1, #2); Neal Adams (#4-6) and Boris Vallejo (#7, #10). It also featured the first publication of stories often reprinted in later years, most notably "The frost giant's daughter" (in #1) and "Red nails" (in #2-3), both adapted from Robert E. Howard stories by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith.

Iron Man - La Guerra de las Armaduras  Comics

Posted by Coda at July 6, 2016
Iron Man - La Guerra de las Armaduras

Iron Man - La Guerra de las Armaduras
Panini Cómics, 2008 | Spanish | CBR | 212 págs. | 248 MB
Guión: David Michelinie, Bob Layton; Dibujo: Mark Bright, Barry Windsor-Smith

Editorial: “¿Cuántos? ¿Cuántos han derramado sangre con mi espada?”. Tony Stark descubre que la misma tecnología que utilizó para construir la armadura de Iron Man, aquélla tan secreta que ni siquiera se ha atrevido a patentarla, ha sido robada y ahora está en las manos de algunos de sus peores enemigos.

Conan - L'intégrale - Tome 02  Comics

Posted by Maroutan at Aug. 2, 2014
Conan - L'intégrale - Tome 02

Conan - L'intégrale - Tome 02
French | CBR | 131 pages | 128.67 MB

Né sur un champ de bataille, forgé pour devenir un guerrier, destiné à être roi, il chemine depuis les territoires du Nord, offrant la mort à quiconque entrave sa route. Il est depuis longtemps entré dans la légende et nul ne peut l'égaler. Aventurier, pirate, barbare… Conan est son nom ! A l'aube des années 1970, Roy Thomas et Barry Windsor-Smith furent les premiers à oser adapter en bande dessinée les aventures du plus fougueux héros de l'écrivain Robert E. Howard. Cette collection présente enfin ces épisodes mythiques, dans une version inédite, totalement restaurée et remise en couleurs.

Conan - Humanoïdes associés  Comics

Posted by hamasam at Aug. 1, 2014
Conan - Humanoïdes associés

Conan - Humanoïdes associés
French | 2 Issues | PDF | 113 Mb

Deux aventures parues dans la série des Humanoïdes associés, Les clous rouges et Les Faucons des mers, adaptées par Roy thomas, dessinées par Barry Windsor-Smith et introduites en France dès 1976 sous l’impulsion de Philippe Manœuvre.

Vampirella Archives v02 (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at June 15, 2014
Vampirella Archives v02 (2012)

Vampirella Archives v02 (2012)
English | CBR | 405 pages | 301.14 MB

More classic stories of Vampirella and other femme fatales in complete reprints from issue 8-14 of the original Vampirella Magazine series. A rogue's gallery of creators are on board in these classic tales faithfully collected and brought to you by Dynamite Entertainment. Archie Goodwin begins writing the tales of Vampirella and evolves the heroine to a new, more sophisticated level of depth into is what to become the most treasured Vampirella stories of all time. Contributing to Archie's storylines and the quintessential look of Vampirella was the art of Jose Gonzalez, which kicks off in this very collection with 'Death's Dark Angel.' It hardly ends there with classic short stories from the likes of Neal Adams, Wally Wood, Barry Windsor Smith, Jeff Jones, Denny O'Neil, Steve Englehart, Dave Cockrum, Frank Brunner, Esteban Maroto and more! All encased in a beautiful bound volume with a cover by master artist Sanjulian. Volume 2 collects 7 more terrifying issues of the magazine's original run, issues 8-14, reprinted in its original magazine-sized format.

Vampirella Archives v01 (2012)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at June 15, 2014
Vampirella Archives v01 (2012)

Vampirella Archives v01 (2012)
English | CBR | 391 pages | 743.92 MB

In September 1969, Vampirella #1 debuted with a stunning cover by the legendary Frank Frazetta – and quickly made publishing history! The writers and artists that contributed during the magazine's original run included Jose Gonzales, Archie Goodwin, Doug Moench, Bernie Wrightson, Barry Windsor Smith, Estaban Maroto, Frank Brunner, Mike Ploog, Ruby Nebres, Richard Corben, Wally Wood, and many more! Dynamite now collects this legendary magazine digitally FOR THE FIRST TIME!