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Amazing Spider-Man: Vol 1 No 1-441
Author: nc112

Amazing Spider-Man: Vol 1 No 1-441
Marvel Comics | 441 Issues | PDF/CBR | 4208 Mb

Spider-Man first appeared in issue #15 of the comic book Amazing Fantasy (Aug. 1962). The series was cancelled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that the new title, The Amazing Spider-Man was launched, issue #1 appearing in March 1963. Details
Amazing Spider-Man Issues 501-590 Complete and Current (update)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Amazing Spider-Man Issues 501-590 Complete
Eng | RS & MU for #590 | 90 Issues, Current | CBR + CBZ | Avg. filesize ~12.35 MB | 1.30 GB Total

Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date. The Amazing Spider-Man is the character's flagship series. Most of the major characters and villains of the Spider-Man saga have been introduced here, and it is where key events occur. The title was published continuously until 1998 when Marvel Comics relaunched it with a new issue #1 (Jan. 1999), but on Spider-Man's 40th anniversary, this new title reverted to using the numbering of the original series, beginning again with issue #500 (Dec. 2003).
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Amazing Spider-Man Issues 401-500 Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Amazing Spider-Man Issues 401-500 Complete
100 Issues | CBZ + CBR | Avg. filesize ~8.5 MB | 845 MB Total

Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date. Details
Amazing Spider-Man Issues 301-400 Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Amazing Spider-Man Issues 301-400 Complete
100 Issues | CBZ | Avg. filesize ~9.8 MB | 983 MB Total

Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date. Details
Amazing Spider-Man Issues 201-300 Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Amazing Spider-Man Issues 201-300 Complete
100 Issues | CBZ | Avg. filesize ~ 9.8 MB | 983 MB Total



Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date.

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Amazing Spider-Man Issues 101-200 Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Amazing Spider-Man Issues 101-200 Complete
100 Issues | CBZ | Avg. filesize ~ 8.4 MB | 837 MB Total


Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date.
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Amazing Spider-Man Issues 001-100 Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Amazing Spider-Man Issues 001-100
100 Issues | CBZ & CBR | Avg. file size ~10 MB | 1.08 GB Total


Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date.

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The Chronicles of Conan v17 The Creation Quest and Other Stories TPB (2009)
Author: mikestoke

The Chronicles of Conan v17 The Creation Quest and Other Stories TPB (2009)
English | CBR | 237 pages | 166.87 MB

The incomparable Gil Kane (Green Lantern, Amazing Spider-Man) is featured in this special 244-page Chronicles of Conan volume! Joining storyteller J.M. DeMatteis on Conan the Barbarian #127, Gil Kane's short but stellar Conan run in 1981 and 1982 thrust readers into a new era of magical quests, strange creatures, and inventive fantasy adventures. In Chronicles of Conan: The Creation Quest and Other Stories, Kane collaborates with DeMatteis, Bruce Jones, and longtime colleague Roy Thomas. In addition to the "Creation Quest" story arc, readers will enjoy the meticulously restored color pages found in "The Ring of Rhax," "A Hitch in Time," and the heartbreaking "Snow Haired Woman of the Wastes" - where Robert E. Howard's mighty barbarian finds himself unraveling horrific mysteries and testing his thresholds of pain and mental fortitude! Details
Captain America: Man Out Of Time #1 (of 5)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Captain America: Man Out Of Time #1 (of 5)
CBR | Marvel Comics | Released Nov 3 2010 | 2 Covers, No Ads | 15.17 MB

Beginning a five-issue mini-series chronicling the rebirth of Captain America! When the Avengers pull a mysterious, tattered soldier from the sea, they unwittingly bring back to life the Living Legend of World War Two--a man whose memories of a life sixty years ago are as fresh as yesterday! How will Steve Rogers, frozen in suspended animation for half a century, adapt to the world of the 21st century? Brought to you by super-scribe Mark Waid (Captain America, Amazing Spider-Man) and Avengers: Initiative artist Jorge Molina! -- marvel.com
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Superman: The Complete History - The Life and Times of the Man of Steel (Paperback)
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Superman: The Complete History - The Life and Times of the Man of Steel (Paperback)
Les Daniels | Chronicle Books LLC | CBR | ISBN 0811842312 | First Paperback Ed | June 2004 | 192 Pages | 132.22 MB

While comic books trace their origins to the late 19th century, Superman, who debuted in 1938's Action Comics #1, is virtually synonymous with the medium. Yet, as Superman: the Complete History shows, the Man of Steel has also made a lasting impact in comic strips, film, toys, TV, radio, and even on Broadway. In this beautifully composed volume, Les Daniels collects rare and never-before-seen early artwork by Superman's teenage creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster (including a two-page doodle from 1936 featuring early Superman costume designs), and he chronicles the evolution of the character from an orphan alien comics hero to a complex multimedia icon. Entire pages are devoted to photographs of the various costumes worn by TV and film incarnations, of numerous action figures and related toys, and of movie poster and stills. Several comics stories are also reproduced in their entirety. Almost as impressive as the stunning art design is Daniels's narrative: covering the 60 years from 1938 to 1998, he collects interviews with several writer-artist teams that detail the changes in the Man of Steel and his relationships with Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Lex Luthor, and Perry White. Daniels's examination of the "Death of Superman" story arc, in particular, is a fascinating study of Superman's commercial and archetypal appeal. The final pages preview Superman tales by Barry Windsor-Smith and Alex Ross (whose beautiful painted graphic novel Kingdom Come turned many heads). -- Patrick O'Kelley, amazon.com review for the hardcover
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