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Energiya-Buran: The Soviet Space Shuttle by Bert Vis  

Posted by thingska at May 9, 2015
Energiya-Buran: The Soviet Space Shuttle by Bert Vis

Energiya-Buran: The Soviet Space Shuttle by Bert Vis
English | Oct 4, 2007 | ISBN: 0387698485 | 526 Pages | PDF | 68 MB

Kim & Buran - Space For Children  

Posted by Indjuk at April 12, 2010
Kim & Buran - Space For Children

Kim & Buran - Space For Children
Label: Solnze Records (Sun Records) | 2004 | Mp3 192 kbps | 01:01:55 | 104 MB
Genere: Lounge, Space Age Pop, Sci-Fi, Retrofuturism

Is dedicated to the International Astronautic Day of April, 12
The contain of album could be charachterized as a medley of e-jazz, sinthy-pop & disco-house dressed as pseudo-soviet space music.
World of Warcraft #0-25, World of Warcraft: Ashbringer 1-4 (Of 4) and World of Warcraft 2010 Special Complete

World of Warcraft #0-25, World of Warcraft: Ashbringer and World of Warcraft 2010 Special Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 31 CBR | Wildstorm (DC) | Publication Dates Sep 2007 - Dec 16 2009 | ~468.7 MB Total

, is a comic ongoing series set in the Warcraft role-playing game universe and released monthly in a standard western comic format. Its writers are Walter Simonson and Louise Simonson, while the art has been done by a variety of artists: Ludo Lullabi, Sandra Hope, Jon Buran, Mike Bowden, Jerome K. Moore, Tony Washington, Phil Moy, Walden Wong and Pop Mhan. The covers have been drawn by Jim Lee, Samwise Didier, Mike Bowden, Tony Washington, Pete Woods, Jon Buran and Ludo Lullabi. The artists and writers do not have to stick to nit-picky details as if they were working on the Star Trek license, and are given leeway, since the story and preserving the integrity of the universe are more important than the details...

Tayna tretey planety (1981)  

Posted by MirrorsMaker at Nov. 11, 2013
Tayna tretey planety (1981)

The Mystery of the Third Planet (1981)
DVDRip | AVI | 720 x 544 | XviD @ 2020 Kbps | 47 min | 842 Mb
Audio: Russian AC3 5.1 @ 448 Kbps | Subs: English (srt)
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Sci-Fi

At the end of the 22nd century Alisa Seleznyova, her father Professor Seleznyov and pilot Zeleny go on a space expedition to find rare animals for Moscow Zoo. On the way they seem to encounter a mysterious conspiracy led by Doctor Verhovtsev against legendary Two Captains Kim and Buran. The only clue is a talking bird Govorun that our heroes accidentally took possession of.

The Crazies #1-4 (Of 4) Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at March 3, 2010
The Crazies #1-4 (Of 4) Complete

The Crazies #1-4 (Of 4) Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 4 CBR | Top Cow Productions (Image Comics) | Feb 15-24 2010 | 87.4 MB Total

The mental well-being of a rural Iowa town is about to be obliterated by a tainted water supply, and no amount of therapy can save survivors from their infected friends and neighbors. Overture Films' new take on George Romero's 1973 film "The Crazies" was just released February 26, 2010 and with it, a companion comic book narrative set to flesh out the tale's horrific causes and effects. Produced by Jeff Katz of American Original and printed by Top Cow, the four-issue miniseries follows four distinct chapters featuring individual creative teams. Ivan Brandon and Jon Buran handle "Hopman Bog," followed by Brian Reed and Hugo Petrus on "Dwyer Creek," Marc Andreyko and Vincent Spencer on "Black Pond" and Joshua Hale Fialkov and Rashan Ekedal handling "Ogden Marsh." Each chapter expands upon the film's viral outbreak origins, breaking down the epidemic's component characteristics as it infects the physical and mental capacities of the town's human — and in some cases, animal — populace. Issues #1 and 2 arrived in shops last February 15, 2010 with the second half of the series, issues #3 and 4, released last February 24.

Myasishchev M-4 and 3M: The First Soviet Strategic Jet Bomber  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at March 26, 2009
Myasishchev M-4 and 3M: The First Soviet Strategic Jet Bomber

Y.Gordon - Myasishchev M-4 and 3M: The First Soviet Strategic Jet Bomber
Midland | 2003 | ISBN: 1857801520 | 130 pages | PDF | 73.68 MB
Red Star vol.11

This is the story of the Soviet Union's first intercontinental jet bomber, which was to have become a carrier of nuclear missiles and the Soviet answer to the Boeing B-52. Much to the surprise of many, the little-known Myasishchev bureau was chosen to do the job; it had been disbanded a few years earlier and reinstated solely to create such a bomber. Known to the West as the Bison, the new bomber employed many innovative features (including a bicycle landing gear) and was created within the short period of just one year; Western military observers were stunned when the aircraft was formally unveiled at the 1953 May Day parade. The M-4 and the much-improved 3M remained in service for 40 years until retired and scrapped in compliance with the START treaty. The Bison also served as the basis for the VM-T Atlant specialized cargo aircraft designed to piggy-back the Buran space shuttle and components of the Energiya launch rocket. Also described in this book are the many projected derivatives of the M-4 designed in the 1950s, including longrange airliners.