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Crossed (Complete)
Author: kittylovely

Crossed (Complete)
2009 | Collection | Eng | CBR | 161 Mb

Imagine the end of the world. Now add a lot of people just going crazy and killing everyone who stand in the way. And when the world around you is just crumbling down, imagine now a nuclear bomb. If this looks like the worst nightmare ever, hold on, because it could and will go awfully worse because Garth Ennis is in control.
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Crossed #0-9 + Sketchbook, Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Crossed #0-9 + Sketchbook, Complete
Eng | 10 CBR 1 CBZ | Avatar Press | Release Dates Aug 27 2009 - Mar 3 2010 | 180.9 MB Total

This is the complete compilation of Garth Ennis' and Jacen Burrows' version of a post-apocalyptic comic book series, unlike others' previous submissions that leave out the last and final issue #9. There are 11 comic books all in all--issues #0 through 9 plus the sketchbook. The latter features 16 pages of behind-the-scenes material, such as pin-ups, design sketches and pages-in-progress, some of which won't be seen anywhere else. All high-quality Minutemen scans.
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Crossed #0-5 (Ongoing)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Crossed #0-5 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & MU | 5 CBR | Avatar Press | May 28, 2009 | 82.5 MB Total

Crossed is a comic book drawn by Jacen Burrows and written by Garth Ennis and published by Avatar Press. It began with Crossed #0 in August 27, 2008. It follows survivors dealing with a zombie-like plague that causes it victims to carry out their most evil thoughts and wishes, including murder, rape, mutilation, arson, etc. Carriers of the virus are known as the Crossed since a cross-like rash appears on their faces. This contagion is primarily spread through bite wounds but can be spread by any bodily fluid, which the Crossed use to deadly effect in one instance by treating their ammunition with their infected fluids, making even a flesh wound a disease vector. The main story takes place ten months after the first outbreaks, with flashbacks to those events. It is narrated in the past tense. As with Garth Ennis' Living Dead comics, graphic, violent, and even more sexually explicit. Intended for Mature readers.
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Crossed #0-6 Of 9 (Update)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Crossed #0-6 Of 9 (Update)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Avatar Press | Issue #6 Released July 1, 2009 | 100 MB Total

Crossed is a a nine-issue limited series (10 if you count #0) written by Garth Ennis and drawn by Jacen Burrows and published by Avatar Press. It began with Crossed #0 in August 27, 2008. It follows survivors dealing with a zombie-like plague that causes it victims to carry out their most evil thoughts and wishes, including murder, rape, mutilation, arson, etc. Carriers of the virus are known as the Crossed since a cross-like rash appears on their faces. This contagion is primarily spread through bite wounds but can be spread by any bodily fluid, which the Crossed use to deadly effect in one instance by treating their ammunition with their infected fluids, making even a flesh wound a disease vector. The main story takes place ten months after the first outbreaks, with flashbacks to those events. It is narrated in the past tense. As with Garth Ennis' Living Dead comics, graphic, violent, and even more sexually explicit. Intended for Mature readers.
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Crossed #5 (Ongoing)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Crossed #5 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & MU | CBR | Avatar Press | 22 Pages | 11.5 MB

Crossed is a comic book written by Garth Ennis (of The Living Dead fame) and drawn by Jacen Burrows and published by Avatar Press. It began with Crossed #0 in August 27, 2008. It follows survivors dealing with a zombie-like plague that causes its victims to carry out their most evil thoughts and wishes, including murder, rape, mutilation, arson, etc. Carriers of the virus are known as the Crossed since a cross-like rash appears on their faces. This contagion is primarily spread through bite wounds but can be spread by any bodily fluid, which the Crossed use to deadly effect in one instance by treating their ammunition with their infected fluids, making even a flesh wound a disease vector. The main story takes place ten months after the first outbreaks, with flashbacks to those events. It is narrated in the past tense. -- Wikipedia
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Comics Collector's Series: Marvel Feature Presents Red Sonja Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Comics Collector's Series: Marvel Feature Presents Red Sonja Complete
Eng | RS & MU | CBR & CBZ | Marvel Comics | Series 2 (1975-1976) | 43.4 MB

Marvel Feature was the name of two comic book series published by Marvel Comics in the 1970s. The first series, previously posted here in AvaxHome, featured in its first issue the origin of the Marvel Universe superhero team The Defenders.

This, the second series, featured Red Sonja, a supporting character from the ancient fantasy world of Conan the Barbarian. It was published for only seven issues, from November 1975 until November 1976. Issue #6 entitled "Beware the Sacred Sons of Set" sets off a 5-issue story arc that crosses over into Conan the Barbarian #66-67, goes back to issue #7 for a 7-page sword fight between Red Sonja and Conan the Barbarian, and that finally concludes in Conan the Barbarian #68. Red Sonja then received her own self-titled series in January 1977. This brief series was the first such for Red Sonja in her own solo adventures, and where her bikini-like costume of scale-mail, originally conceived by Esteban Maroto became permanently associated with her character.
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Herogasm #1-6 (Of 6) Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Herogasm #1-6 (Of 6) Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 6 CBR | Dynamite Entertainment | May 20 - Nov 4 2009 | 84.6 MB Total

Garth Ennis really goes over the top with this six-issue limited spin-off of his hit series The Boys. At first glance, it dangerously treads the line of pornography. Yet reading the first two issues further reveals several layers and sub-texts: it is not just a raunchy satire of the comics crossover and the comics industry's obssession with it; it also holds a mirror to us comic book readers for drooling and getting off on such events with masturbatory delight. The stylized, cartoonish art by McCrea and Burns is never more apt here, to distance the viewer and at the same time to piledrive the idea how utterly freaky the sex would be if superheroes ever have the chance to go at it. Yet it is never just about the sex alone. If you can get the pun on the name Isla McFarlane, then you can see how much of a metaphor Herogasm is for comics of today. Even for a Garth Ennis work, graphic and sexually explicit language and content. For mature readers only... What I've written above I guess would hold true for the first four--or even five issues. I really thought this series would end with a bang, but instead, it's more of a bluster. Is this still part of Ennis' joke, I wonder...
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Black Panther Vol. 3 #1-62 Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Black Panther Vol. 3 #1-62 Complete
62 CBR's in 4 RAR's | Marvel Comics | Published Nov 1998 - Sep 2003 | 399.09 MB Total

The Black Panther (T'Challa) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. Created by writer-editor Stan Lee and penciller-co-plotter Jack Kirby, he first appeared in Fantastic Four #52 (July 1966). He is the first black superhero in mainstream American comics, debuting several years before such early African-American superheroes as the Falcon, Storm, Luke Cage, Blade, Tyroc, Black Lightning and John Stewart. At the series' start reactions were mixed, due mainly to series writer Christopher Priest's deliberately tangled narrative approach. Towards the series' end there was a dip in quality as the focus shifted. As a whole, however, and with the benefit of the passage of time, Black Panther Volume 3 came to be praised for its "wit, sharp characterization, narrative sophistication and explosive splash panels (courtesy of artist Mark Texeira)", transforming an under-used super-powered character into a complex cross-cultural superhero icon. One for the avid comics fan.
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Crossed: Family Values #4 (of 7)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Crossed: Family Values #4 (of 7)
CBZ (Minutemen) | Avatar Press | Sep 29 2010 | 25 Pages (3 Covers) | 22.07 MB

David Lapham's take on Garth Ennis' hellish apocalyptic story seems even better than the original; there is serious character development, with the dialogue inducing that skin-crawling feeling notably absent from Ennis' opus. Yet there is also nastiness and gore aplenty. The new art team likewise is a worthy successor to the original, infusing the story with their own distinctive style. Crossed: Family Values apparently has everything the original had and quite a few things that it didn't. If you were a fan of the original or Romero's The Crazies then you should definitely check it out. You might note that the scanner indicated in the file name that this is a 6-issue miniseries. However the latest solicitations in the various comics websites and from avatar press itself confirm that this will indeed be a 7-issue miniseries. A high-quality Minutemen-DTs scan.

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Dark Wolverine #75-90 Complete (Wolverine Vol. 3 #75-90)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Dark Wolverine #75-90 Complete (Wolverine Vol. 3 #75-90)
Eng | 16 CBR's | Marvel Comics | Release Dates Jun 24 2009 - Aug 25 2010 | 323.7 MB Total

Following the 189-issue run of Wolverine Volume 2, Marvel published a new ongoing solo series, with the now official library designation Wolverine Vol. 3. In Wolverine Vol. 3 issues #73 and #74 the character of Daken, Wolverine's son, and who first appeared in the other co-ongoing Wolverine solo series, Wolverine: Origins #10 (March 2007), was eased into the storyline. After issue #74, Wolverine: Old Man Logan Giant-Size #1 was released (September 23, 2009), and it served as the finale of sorts to the title as a Wolverine solo series because by issue #75 the title was changed to Dark Wolverine #75, where the focus shifted to Daken--aka "Dark Wolverine"--as a cross-over series to Marvel's Dark Reign storyline. Dark Wolverine would run for 16 monthly issues, until issue #90 released last August 25, 2010. It should be noted that Dark Wolverine issues #75-90 is Wolverine Volume 3 issues #75-90 in library terms. Dark Wolverine #90 marks the end of both Wolverine Volume 3 and Dark Wolverine as series. In the free one-shot direct edition comic book All-New Wolverine Saga #1 (posted by yours truly, link in details) a backgrounder as regards Logan's relationship to his son Daken is given and it sets the stage for the next Wolverine ongoing series (now Volume 4), and the next Dark Wolverine ongoing series, Daken: Dark Wolverine. With this compilation, Wolverine Volume 3 with its 90 issues (#1-74 previously posted) is complete.
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