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|Autoru:||Srga [ 23 Dec 2006 18:55 ]|
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|Autoru:||Srga [ 23 Dec 2006 18:58 ]|
Legendarni strip - naravno na srpskom jeziku - najtoplija preporuka
Remek delo Jodorowskog i Moebiusa
http://rapidshare.com/files/2710391/1_-_Crni_Inkal.rar 28.96 MB
http://rapidshare.com/files/2710443/2_-_Inkal_Svetlosti.rar 32.02 MB
http://rapidshare.com/files/2710495/3_-_Ono_Sto_je_Dole.rar 36.18 MB
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http://rapidshare.com/files/2710507/5_-_Peta_Esencija_I_Deo.rar 67.39 MB
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|Autoru:||Srga [ 23 Dec 2006 18:59 ]|
Written by Joshua Luna
Art and cover by Jonathan Luna
Welcome to Pennystown - population 65. Neighbors are friendly and storeowners greet each other in the morning. Meet Ethan Daniels, food store cashier and having a bad day. Unraveling in front of most of the town at the local watering hole, things grow more bizarre for Ethan when he meets a mysterious (and nude) woman on a road in the middle of nowhere.
Ethan Daniels can’t seem to get laid. Not that’s he’s a bad looking guy, nor is he socially retarded. He’s just a typical bachelor who suffers from one, infallible truth: women are complicated. One night, he bumps into a mysterious woman who will change his life… and maybe even the world.
Vrlo interesantna prièa, jos uvek nije završen serijal
|Autoru:||Srga [ 27 Dec 2006 10:41 ]|
Hunter-Killer is a series from Top Cow Productions, written by Mark Waid and penciled by Marc Silvestri for the first story arc.
During the Cold War, there were worries that a nuclear war would destroy the world. So, the US government began a project to create living super-weapons. These beings were referred to as ‘Ultra Sapiens’. But they were not living weapons. There was a breakout. Most of the Ultra Sapiens went underground, hiding their gifts. Some went back to work for the government, tracking their rogue brethren and dealing with ’situations’. But something else was created by the project, capable of tracking and neutralising any Ultra Sapiens, anywhere. No-one knows what it is, what it looks like, or where it is. However, a married couple in rural Wyoming might have some ideas, and their gifted twenty-year-old son would be very surprised at the answer…
|Autoru:||Srga [ 31 Dec 2006 12:12 ]|
Danger Girl - Collection
Danger Girl is a wonderful world of action and adventure told through beautiful artwork and a story that is just plain fun. It follows adventurer Abby Chase as she is recruited into the female secret agent team known as Team Danger Girl in their attempts to stop an evil terrorist threat to the world from a neo-fascist organization called The Hammer Empire. This trade collects the first and really only good Danger Girl story as most of the one-shots that followed where done by different artists and were not up to par.
Like all the Image books of the 90's, most people paid attention to Danger Girl because of J. Scott Campbell's artwork as he was already famous from the comic Gen 13. But unlike previous Image comics that relied on art, Danger Girl and the other Cliffhanger Comics, Battle Chasers and Crimson, actually had a story that was bearable to read.
Danger Girl is heavily influenced by Campbell's love for the movies, and fortunately his love for downright entertaining movies such as Indiana Jones and Back to the Future. While the story resembles Charlie's Angels, True Lies, or a James Bond film more, it holds the feel of all those entertaining and fun adventure and spy movies by not taking itself too seriously.
A particularly enjoyable element to the comic is the "Previously in the pages of Danger Girl" page that begins each issue of Danger Girl. In just one page, the creators recap the last issue, throw in some funny captions, and always use a "cliffhanger" by warning of our heroes' "apparent DOOM!" These recaps have the campy feel of old TV shows like Bullwinkle and the Adam West Batman when they would preview the next episode.
What adds to the story-telling is Campbell's artistic style that is influenced by animation which gives the characters movement and expression rather than just magazine poses. Campbell also uses many widescreen panels along with well-timed close ups to show that he really had the cinematography of the story in mind when creating Danger Girl to make it feel like an action movie.
The weakest part of Danger Girl: The Ultimate Collection is the 5 page sketchbook in the back. It is interesting to see some inner-workings of Campbell's art, but it is not nearly enough for fans of his work. These sketches and many others can be found in "J. Scott Campbell's Danger Girl Sketchbook."
All in all, Danger Girl is a fun comic that strays away from the superhero theme and actually puts a little comedy into a "comic" book. The art is great and the story is entertaining. Take Danger Girl for what it is and don't take it too serious because it doesn't take itself that serious.
Danger Girl - 3D Special
Dig out those old red and green 3D specs to see the special prelude episode in 3D !
Danger Girl: Kamikaze
This manga-style follow-up miniseries by Tommy Yune has the team back together as they join a buxom Hong Kong operative hot on the trail of stolen nuclear weaponry. This time an eastern neo-Axis syndicate known as the Kama (Japanese word for "sickle") led by the Shogunner is gathering secret technology to complete a long-lost superweapon.
Danger Girl Special and Danger Girl: Mod Bods
The Special is a one shot featuring the virtual adventures of Silicon Valerie by Arthur Adams. Mod Bods is a painted one shot included on the flip side of the Special featuring the artwork of Joe Chiodo.
Danger Girl - Sketchbook
Featuring the art of J Scott Campbell.
Danger Girl: Hawaiian Punch
The girls find trouble in paradise in this one shot featuring the artwork of Phil Noto.
Danger Girl: Viva Las Danger
Again featuring the art of Phil Noto, the girls are back in action as the strip becomes the target of a hostile takeover.
Danger Girl/Batman crossover
The girls form an unlikely alliance with the dark knight as they go on assignment in Gotham City. Featuring the artwork of Leinil Francis Yu.
Danger Girl: Back In Black
Written by Andy Hartnell featuring the artwork of Nick Bradshaw. The girls are on a chase of a powerful and ancient Native American artifact which was stolen. Features a new sexy ally named Ruby.
Enjoy this great collection
|Autoru:||Srga [ 04 Jan 2007 15:17 ]|
Son Of Superman
In this unforgettable graphic novel written by Howard Chaykin (PULP FANTASTIC) and David Tischman, beautifully illustrated by the PROMETHEA team of J.H. Williams and Mick Gray, teenager Jon Kent, having grown up unaware that the father he never knew and the Man of Steel were one and the same, is shocked when he gains the superhuman powers and abilities that are his birthright. Learning the secret of his paternity, he barely has time to absorb the news before his powers draw the attention of a terrorist group called the Supermen, who recruit Jon to help uncover the whereabouts of the long-lost Man of Steel. But when the Last Son of Krypton turns out to be alive, how will the inheritors of his heroic legacy take the news? And what role will the original Superman have in the strange new world he finds around him? Full color.
|Autoru:||Srga [ 04 Jan 2007 22:04 ]|
Book 1: The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Writer: Douglas Adam. Adaptation: John Carnell
Artist: Steve Leialoha
Book 2: The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe
Writer: Douglas Adam. Adaptation: John Carnell
Artist: Steve Leialoha
Book 3: Life, The Universe & Everything
Writer: Douglas Adam. Adaptation: John Carnell
Artist: Neil Vokes & John Nyberg
|Autoru:||Srga [ 05 Jan 2007 01:44 ]|
Joe Straczynski's Allegorical Comic Book
Midnight Nation is a 12-issue series published under the Joe's Comics imprint by Top Cow Comics, a division of Image Comics. An Issue 1/2 is also available.
The main character, Police Detective David Grey, finds himself in a world of people who have slipped between the cracks. These are the ignored, forgotten, and dispossessed people that society neglects. They eventually realize that nobody can see them anymore. These forgotten people share the same world with us, but they can only interact with things that have been discarded or forgotten. David Grey's reason for being in this world is far more sinister, and a mysterious woman named Laurel guides him on a quest to reclaim his stolen soul.
Midnight Nation is a more allegorical story than Rising Stars. It makes readers think about how people treat others and how they are responsible for their own actions... or inaction.
The entire story has been collected in a single volume which was released on 15 January 2003.
Issue / Title / Release Date
1/2 / "Precious Objects" / May 2001
1 / "Living in the Material World" / 07 September 2000
2 / "Falling Through the Cracks" / October 2000
3 / "Wait For Me" / 15 November 2000
4 / "The Devil You Know" / 13 December 2000
5 / "Past Present, Present Tense" / 14 February 2001
6 / "Midway to Judgment" / 28 March 2001
7 / "Decisions, Decisions, Decisions" / 16 May 2001
8 / "Somewhere Between Nearly There and There" / 25 July 2001
9 / "Explanations, Valid and Otherwise" / 12 December 2001
10 / "Drifting Away" / 27 February 2002
11 / "The Wheel" / 15 May 2002
12 / "Beyond the Road" / 12 June 2002
|Autoru:||Srga [ 05 Jan 2007 14:09 ]|
Small Gods is not about the future, but about a parallel present, where psionic powers became a known quantity in 1% of the population, and the story explores how that has changed society, specifically how it has affected law enforcement. The approach, focusing in on one specific precog, reads like a blend of the best elements of Minority Report and The Shield, and the grayscale artwork is gorgeous, good enough that even you color snobs out there out to take a look and give it a chance to impress.
|Autoru:||Srga [ 06 Jan 2007 14:52 ]|
The Darkness - Top Cow Productions
The Darkness is a series of comics produced by Top Cow Productions (TCP). The comic first appeared in 1996 and enjoyed an initial period of relative success during the TCP/Image Comics boom of the late 1990s. However, TCP were forced to "relaunch" the comic in 2002 after sales began to drop. The comic has sold over 1 million copies worldwide. The series was created by Marc Silvestri, Garth Ennis, and David Wohl, other noted writers, including Paul Jenkins, have also worked on the Darkness.
The comic's central theme is the power known as The Darkness, and its wielders. It is an ageless power dating back beyond human history. It is linked with the Angelus and the Witchblade. The Darkness is passed down a family line from father to son, leaving the previous user (and taking his life) as his first child is conceived. The power then manifests in the child on his 21st birthday. Darkness users can create anything they desire with the darkness, even sentient beings, but anything they make will crumble to dust at dawn. The Darkness powers are quite deadly: allowing the user to call forth darkling minions to aid them, and even survive gunshots. The power can also be used to maul and feed on people (think of it as a meaner Venom symbiote).
The Darkness powers do not function unless it is dark, but some users can also manipulate this by creating their own shadows/darkness e.g smoke grenades, being underground, turning off lights in a room, etc.
The Darkness: Vol 1 No 1-40
The Universe issues link The Darkness Vol.1 to Vol.2.
The Darkness: Vol 2 No ½-24
darkness witchblade predator aliens in MINDHUNTER
darkness witchblade predator aliens in OVERKILL
darkness and hulk
The Darkness: Wanted Dead (Aug 2003)
|Autoru:||Srga [ 17 Jan 2007 15:25 ]|
Daredevil vs. Punisher: Means & Ends
Writer/Artist: David Lapham
It's wall-to-wall David Lapham (Stray Bullets) as the Eisner Award winner and indy sensation writes, pencils and inks two of Marvel's biggest icons!
Daredevil and the Punisher vie for the soul of Hell's Kitchen as half the East Coast's underworld - in chaos since Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime, was deposed - scramble for a shot at the big chair. And as the city descends into chaos - as murder and intimidation become the staples of the day - Daredevil and the Punisher each seek to restore order in their own unique way. For Daredevil - who's anointed himself the city's new "Kingpin" - this means dispensing justice at the end of a billy club. But for the Punisher, justice at the end of a billy club isn't justice at all. For the Punisher, justice for these animals is at the end of a shotgun. Featuring more Marvel villains than you can shake a stick at - including Hammerhead and the return of the nefarious... Jackal!
|Autoru:||Srga [ 17 Jan 2007 15:56 ]|
Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Grey
Artists: Juan Santacruz and Francis Portela
The Resistance is a sci-fi action thriller where you have to have a license to breed and the penalty for breaking those rules is death. Imagine being hunted down like dogs and silenced forever for bearing children without permits or breaking a law. That's the future in The Resistance, a world where mankind over 200 years ago was almost exterminated when 75% of the global plant life was destroyed in a form of chemical warfare. The Resistance chronicles the struggles of those individuals trying to buck the system and change the oppressing laws. Creators Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray bring these adventures and freedom fighters to us monthly from Wildstorm.
|Autoru:||Srga [ 18 Jan 2007 22:48 ]|
Kingdom Come I
Writer: Mark Waid
Artist: Alex Ross
Set just after the dawn of the 21st Century in a world spinning inexorably out of control comes this grim tale of youth versus experience, tradition versus change and what defines a hero. KINGDOM COME is a riveting story pitting the old guard — Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and their peers — against a new uncompromising generation and ultimately in the final war against each other to determine nothing less than the future of the planet.
Kingdom Come II: The Kingdom
Writer: Mark Waid
Artists: Ariel Olivetti, Mike Zeck, John Beatty, Mark Pajarillo, Walden Wong, Matt Haley, Tom Simmons, Frank Quitely, Barry Kitson, Brian Apthorp & Mark Farmer
|Autoru:||Srga [ 29 Jan 2007 10:21 ]|
Out There was a comic book series by Humberto Ramos and Brian Augustyn that focused on high school students in a small California town that was being invaded by supernatural forces.
It was published by Wildstorm Comics' Cliffhanger imprint of creator-owned comics, and ran for 18 issues in 2001-2003.
Odlican strip, sprema se i nastavak
|Autoru:||Srga [ 11 Feb 2007 12:18 ]|
<< INVINCIBLE >>
Invincible is a comic book created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker, published monthly by Image Comics. It features the adventures of a young teenage superhero adjusting to his newfound powers, and having to cope with the reality of his origins. Invincible has powers similar to those of Superman, but his alter ego is closer to Peter Parker in terms of relationships and career. Invincible began as one of the debut titles in Image Comics' new superhero line that brought back traditional superheroics reminiscent of the Golden and Silver Ages of comics. After several months of attention from the comics media, Invincible became the most popular and best-selling title in the Image Comics line since Spawn. Wizard: The Comics Magazine has given it their coveted Book of the Month award for best monthly comic. Invincible has recently been picked-up by Paramount for a possible full length motion picture. Invincible teamed up with Spider-Man in Marvel Team-Up #14 in November, 2005. While Robert Kirkman has been the sole writer of the series, Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley have contibuted the art. Cory Walker co-created the book and provided art from #1 to #7. Ryan Ottley assumed art duties with issue #8 and has been pencilling since. Invincible has provided back-up space for a few aspiring comic creators, most notably Benito Cereno and Nate Bellegarde.
Some bonus stuff
Enjoy this excellent comic !
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