Sunday, December 17, 2006

Comic Zone

r.schooneshere are the links i found someone else put them up
Amazing Spider-Man v1 1-7 the frist of chameleon,the vulture,the terrible tinkerer, dr.doom app. in one of these comics very good comics here
here is the links
carnage/silver surferhere they are
16 more comics1st app the first human fly,scorpion,the punisher and one has the black cat and some other good ones i had to edit this one to tell you about spiderman has six arms in two of these and the very first of morbius appeverbody must get these for there collection thanks for putting pictures of the old batch phil_ga

Vicente del Pedregal emailed with links to Transmetropolitan. (Thanks!)

Transmetropolitan is a postcyberpunk comic book series written by Warren Ellis with art by Darick Robertson and published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics (originally by Helix). It chronicles the battles of Spider Jerusalem, infamous renegade gonzo journalist of the future. Jerusalem dedicates himself to fighting the corruption and abuse of power of two successive United States presidents; he and his assistants strive to keep their world from turning more dystopian than it already is.
The monthly series began in 1997, and reached its planned conclusion after five years in publication with the 60th issue. It is reprinted in ten trade paperback volumes. Two collections of short vignettes illustrated by different artists have also been published, I Hate It Here and Filth of the City.
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Batman: The Chalice graphic novel
DC Comics
Writer: Chuck DixonArtist: John Van Fleet
Description:When a mysterious denizen of Gotham City gives Thomas Wayne's son an old box, it sets in motion a series of events that shake Batman's world. Suddenly, dark villains — including "The Demon's Head" Ra's al Ghul, the Penguin, and Catwoman — as well as dozens of mysterious mercenaries are battling to possess the simple drinking bowl now in Batman's hands.As the battles build to a savage crescendo and deadly duels between combatants are played out, many questions demand to be answered: Could this really be the Holy Grail of legend?Can even its apparently miraculous abilities keep Batman alive long enough to find out?And what does one do with it if it is the real thing?
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Conan the King comics
Conan is a Cimmerian (not to be confused with the historical Cimmerians), a barbarian of the far north; he was born on a battlefield and is the son of a blacksmith. He grew up fast: by age fifteen he was already a respected warrior, participating in the destruction of the Aquilonian outpost of Venarium. After this he was struck by wanderlust and began the colorful and exciting adventures chronicled by Howard (and subsequently, after Howard's death, by others), encountering fabulous monsters, evil wizards, and beautiful wenches and princesses - he has travelled throughout the world and been a thief and outlaw, a mercenary and commander of a mercenary company, and a pirate. He begins building larger units of men, aiming for greater territorial ambitions, though his efforts are repeatedly thwarted - usually by the total massacre of his force excepting himself. But in his forties he finally succeeds, becoming king of Aquilonia, the most powerful kingdom of the age, having strangled the previous ruler on the steps of the throne. Although Conan's adventures often result in him performing heroic feats, his motive is more than often his own survival, enrichment or rise to power and he thus displays many of the characteristics of an anti-hero.
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