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Captain Marvel by Jim Starlin – The Complete Collection (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Jan. 3, 2017
Captain Marvel by Jim Starlin – The Complete Collection (2016)

Captain Marvel by Jim Starlin – The Complete Collection (2016)
English | CBR | 335 pages | 840.80 MB

Collects Captain Marvel (1968) #25-34, Iron Man (1968) #55, Marvel Feature (1971) #12, Marvel Graphic Novel #1 and material From Daredevil (1964) #105 and Life Of Captain Marvel #1-5. The ultimate collection of the creator that defined Captain Marvel! Under the aegis of writer/artist Jim Starlin, CAPTAIN MARVEL evolved into one of comics' most influential titles. Starlin stripped the Kree Captain to his core and resurrected him as a truly cosmic hero. This may have been Starlin's first super-hero saga, but it introduced some of his signature characters — including Drax the Destroyer and Mar-Vell's nemesis, Thanos! As Thanos' mad quest for unlimited power rages, Captain Marvel teams with the Avengers for a truly epic confrontation! Years later, Starlin returned for the strikingly personal and moving "Death of Captain Marvel" — and rewrote the rule book on a super hero's passing.

Jim Starlin - Breed III #1-3 de 7  Comics

Posted by Coda at March 15, 2013
Jim Starlin - Breed III #1-3 de 7

Jim Starlin - Breed III #1-3 de 7
Image, 2011 | CBR/RAR | Spanish | 3 Issues | 127 MB Total

Marvel Universe v2 - 008  Comics

Posted by Lebedev30 at Jan. 31, 2017
Marvel Universe v2 - 008

Marvel Universe v2 - 008
Français | CBR | 144 pages | 132.9 MB

Marvel Universe v2 - 007  Comics

Posted by Lebedev30 at Jan. 31, 2017
Marvel Universe v2 - 007

Marvel Universe v2 - 007
Français | CBR | 146 pages | 116.1 MB

Marvel Graphic Novels #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 14, 2010
Marvel Graphic Novels #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)

Marvel Graphic Novel #1-20 Compilation (Part 1)
Various Authors | Marvel Comics | 12 CBR's 8 CBZ's in 4 RAR's | Released 1982-1985 | 603.17 MB Total

(MGN) is a series of graphic novel trade paperbacks published from 1982 to 1993 by Marvel Comics in an attempt to emulate European-style graphic novels. They are characterized by big-name authors and artists, complete standalone stories, 8.5 x 11 inch dimensions and an emphasis on superheroes. They are also numbered in sequence--despite the fact that none of the books were connected in any way but a blanket title--but for the first twenty issues only, through 1985. Marvel released many other stories in the same format that are considered unnumbered parts of the series according to the Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. Overstreet continued counting beyond the original "official" numbering, following a Marvel-published list of graphic novels. When the list stopped being published, Overstreet stopped trying to number the issues, halting at issue 38, although they list 29 more issues published from 1983 through 1991, and the list is known not to include every graphic novel from this period. This lack of numbering for the rest made it so difficult to come up with a definitive list in chronological ordinal sequence, until Bob Rozakis at comicsbulletin.com came up with one in 2003. The first story (the second Marvel graphic novel produced) is by Jim Starlin, released in April of 1982. The last numbered graphic novel, #20, is written by J. M. DeMatteis and drawn by Mark Badger.

Strange Adventures #1-8 (Of 8, Complete)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 8, 2009
Strange Adventures #1-8 (Of 8, Complete)

Strange Adventures #1-8 (Of 8, Complete)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 8 CBR | DC Comics | Mar 4 - Oct 7 2009 | 149.84 MB Total

In DC Comics' latest eight-part , master storyteller Jim Starlin takes readers on an epic sci-fi adventure starring Adam Strange, Comet and the reverse Superman known as Bizarro. The title first began in 1950 as a science-fiction anthology starring SF protagonists that ran for 201 issues until it became a supernatural-fantasy title from issue #202 onwards. All in all, the original Strange Adventures ran for 244 issues. In 1999, DC Comics imprint Vertigo released a four-issue mini-series with cover dates October 2004 to March 2005 reviving the Strange Adventures title and concept. In October 2004 to March 2005, Strange Adventures was again revived, in modified format, as the six-issue limited series , which presented a new Golden Age Justice Society of America story incorporating fantasy-fiction themes. The ongoing miniseries started in March 4, 2009 continues the "Aberrant Six" storyline, as well as those advanced in "Rann/Thanagar Holy War" as well as "Countdown to Adventure"; it ended October 7, 2009.

Strange Adventures #1-7 (Of 8)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 8, 2009
Strange Adventures #1-7 (Of 8)

Strange Adventures #1-7 (Of 8)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 7 CBR | DC Comics | Issue #7 Released Sep 2, 2009 | 134 MB

In DC Comics' latest eight-part , master storyteller Jim Starlin takes readers on an epic sci-fi adventure starring Adam Strange, Comet and the reverse Superman known as Bizarro. The title first began in 1950 as a science-fiction anthology starring SF protagonists that ran for 201 issues until it became a supernatural-fantasy title from issue #202 onwards. All in all, the original Strange Adventures ran for 244 issues. In 1999, DC Comics imprint Vertigo released a four-issue mini-series with cover dates October 2004 to March 2005 reviving the Strange Adventures title and concept. In October 2004 to March 2005, Strange Adventures was again revived, in modified format, as the six-issue limited series , which presented a new Golden Age Justice Society of America story incorporating fantasy-fiction themes. The ongoing miniseries started in March 2009 continues the "Aberrant Six" storyline, as well as those advanced in "Rann/Thanagar Holy War" as well as "Countdown to Adventure."

Thanos - The Infinity Finale (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 14, 2016
Thanos - The Infinity Finale (2016)

Thanos - The Infinity Finale (2016)
English | CBR | 104 pages | 186.68 MB

After REVELATION and RELATIVITY comes a grand Finale to Jim Starlin's new Infinity trilogy! Desperate times called for mad measures. Facing checkmate in his latest grand game of cosmic chess, Thanos took himself off the board - violently. Yet, for the paramour of Death, oblivion is so often temporary. Now the Titan is back - but the galaxy has been ravaged in his absence. Annihilus, lord of the Negative Zone, is harnessing the godlike power of Adam Warlock to wage genocide across the universe. Only a handful of heroes, and one or two villains, still stand. Will those few that remain choose between two evils and ally themselves with Thanos? Even that might not be enough to avert the total annihilation of everything there is. And this time, the obliteration of all time and space may truly be the end…

The Infinity Entity 001 (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at March 10, 2016
The Infinity Entity 001 (2016)

The Infinity Entity 001 (2016)
English | CBR | 23 pages | 41.12 MB

From the pages of Thanos: The Infinity Relativity OGN! When last we saw Adam Warlock, he was a captive of Annihilus of the Negative Zone. So where does The Infinity Entity #1 find him? Hanging with the original Avengers? Then things start getting weird. But what else would you expect from the cosmic team of Jim Starlin and Alan Davis? Guest-starring the Guardians of the Galaxy!

Warlock #1-15 (1972-1976) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Feb. 28, 2016
Warlock #1-15 (1972-1976) Complete

Warlock #1-15 (1972-1976) Complete
English | CBR | 15 Issues | 476.21 MB

15 issues. Series continued from Marvel Premiere #2. Issues 1-8 released August 1972 to October 1973 at which point the title went on hiatus. Story completed in The Incredible Hulk #176-178. Warlock returned to publication with Jim Starlin's classic run first in Strange Tales #178-181 and then on the comeback of the title from issue 9 in October 1975 to issue 15 in November 1976. Starlin's epic tale of Warlock and the Magus concludes in Avengers Annual #7 and Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2.