Fantagraphics

Frank Frazettas Thunda Tales 01 (Fantagraphics - 1987)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 7, 2014
Frank Frazettas Thunda Tales 01 (Fantagraphics - 1987)

Frank Frazettas Thunda Tales 01 (Fantagraphics - 1987)
English | CBR | 33 pages | 58.22 MB
Mickey Mouse - House of the Seven Haunts (Vol. 4) (2012) Fantagraphics HC

Mickey Mouse - House of the Seven Haunts (Vol. 4) (2012) Fantagraphics HC
English | CBR | 290 pages | 403.38 MB
Mickey Mouse - High Noon at Inferno Gulch (Vol. 3) (2012) Fantagraphics HC

Mickey Mouse - High Noon at Inferno Gulch (Vol. 3) (2012) Fantagraphics HC
English | CBR | 288 pages | 400.87 MB

Night Fisher (2005) (Fantagraphics)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 8, 2013
Night Fisher (2005) (Fantagraphics)

Night Fisher (2005) (Fantagraphics)
English | CBR | 143 pages | 57.14 MB

R. Kikuo Johnson has created an intimate and compelling graphic novel-length drama of young men on the cusp of adulthood. First-rate prep school, S.U.V., and a dream house in the heights: This was the island paradise handed to Loren Foster when he moved to Hawaii with his father six years ago. Now, with the end of high school just around the corner, his best friend, Shane, has grown distant. The rumors say it's hard drugs, and Loren suspects that Shane has left him behind for a new group of friends. What sets Johnson's drama apart is the naturalistic ease with which he explores the relationships of his characters. It is at once an unsentimental portrait of that most awkward period between adolescence and young adulthood and that rarest of things: a mature depiction of immature lives. Visually, Johnson captures the languid tropical climate and strip mall tackiness of Hawaii in a rich chiaroscuro style reminiscent of Milton Caniff combined with the sensual ink work of Paul Pope or Jessica Abel.
Mickey Mouse - Trapped on Treasure Island (Vol. 2) (2011) Fantagraphics HC

Mickey Mouse - Trapped on Treasure Island (Vol. 2) (2011) Fantagraphics HC
English | CBR | 290 pages | 264.14MB

The comics that defined the Mouse! Floyd Gottfredson, artist of Mickey Mouse from 1930-1975, made it the most popular cartoon-based comic of its time. Unafraid to tackle social satire and grown-up action-adventure, Gottfredson produced a Mouse for all ages. Today as Disney's Epic Mickey video game brings Mickey’s gutsy side to a new medium. Fantagraphics’ Mickey Mouse series shows just how long Mickey has been a hero! In this book you’ll relive Mickey’s fight with pirates on desolate Treasure Island; his quest with Goofy to catch ruthless counterfeiters; and his battles to save windy Horace Horsecollar from mad scientists, a robbery frame-up — and himself!

Usagi Yojimbo (Book 03) - The Wanderer's Road (2014, 7th print)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 14, 2016
Usagi Yojimbo (Book 03) - The Wanderer's Road (2014, 7th print)

Usagi Yojimbo (Book 03) - The Wanderer's Road (2014, 7th print)
English | CBR | 151 pages | 154.06 MB

Perhaps the best samurai rabbit story ever told, Usagi Yojimbo Book 3 collects full-length Usagi stories from issues #7 through #12 of the original Fantagraphics series, including "The Tower" (which introduces Usagi's travelling companion Spot the Wonder Lizard), "Return of the Blind Swordspig," "A Mother's Love," "Blade of the Gods," "The Shogun's Gift," and the hilarious Groo tribute "The Tea Cup," co-starring the amoral mercenary rhino Gen. ("Gen does what Gen does best!") PLUS, the little-seen Usagi team-up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "Turtle Soup and Rabbit Stew," written and drawn by Sakai. A must-have for adventure lovers of all ages!

Complete Marvel Chronology 2013  Comics

Posted by FenixN at Dec. 25, 2015
Complete Marvel Chronology 2013

Complete Marvel Chronology 2013
1696 CBR and CBZ Books | English | 42,5 GB

This is the Complete Marvel Chronology with a cover date of 2013.

DKW Ditko Kirby Wood (one-shot)  Comics

Posted by Coda at Oct. 8, 2015
DKW Ditko Kirby Wood (one-shot)

DKW Ditko Kirby Wood (one-shot)
Fantagraphics Books, 2014 | Spanish | CBR | 38 pages | 55.9 MB
Guión y Dibujo: Sergio Ponchione

Texto de la editorial: Un exquisito tributo a tres de los más grandes artistas del comic-book de todos los tiempos: STEVE DITKO, JACK KYRBY y WALLY WOOD. El aclamado dibujante italiano Sergio Ponchione rinde tributo a esta "sagrada trinidad”, en este one-shot lleno de salvaje imaginación, dividido en tres capítulos, cada uno de ellos dibujados en un perfectísimo homenaje a sus ídolos. Una herramienta imprescindible para los fans de estas leyendas de la Edad de Plata.

Jack Kamen - Forty Whacks & Other Stories (2015)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Oct. 8, 2015
Jack Kamen - Forty Whacks & Other Stories (2015)

Jack Kamen - Forty Whacks & Other Stories (2015)
English | CBR | 203 pages | 286.45 MB

Jack Kamen's precise, clean style was perfect subversion for EC Comics tales of seemingly normal men and women who cooly act on the rage, jealousy, and greed just below their glamorous façades. Kamen's crime capers include "Forty Whacks" (Whatever became of that ax Lizzie Borden used?), "Contract for Death" (A suicidal man agrees to accept $5,000 for his fresh corpse, then changes his mind. But the contract fails to specify that the body has to be his…), "The Neat Job!" (Her "neat freak" husband drove her crazy, so when she chopped him up into little pieces…), "Just Desserts!" (A madman bent on revenge hosts a dinner for his victims … and the final course is a killer!) ― plus 20 more gripping tales of tension as only EC could do them! Like every book in the Fantagraphics EC Artists' Library, Forty Whacks And Other Stories also features essays and notes by EC experts on these superbly crafted, classic masterpieces.

Palomar Vol.1-Vol.2  Comics

Posted by Coda at Sept. 28, 2015
Palomar Vol.1-Vol.2

Palomar Vol.1-Vol.2
Fantagraphics/La Cupula, 2005 | CBR | Spanish | 2 Vol | 168 MB Total
Written and drawn by Gilbert Hernandez

Palomar is the mythical Central American town where the "Heartbreak Soup" stories take place. The stories weave in and out of the town's entire population, crafting an intricate tapestry of Latin American experience. Hernandez's densely plotted and deeply imagined tales are often compared with magic realist authors like Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Isabel Allende (House of the Spirits). His depictions of women and Mexican-American experience have been universally lauded as the best examples the artform has to offer.