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Aquaman #18
24 pages |
39.1 мegabytes

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Arthur begins a new life. Life on the surface. Life without prejudice and ridicule. But let it be the sea is so easy? Download and read this beautiful comic from our site.

Aquaman #18

Publisher: DC
Superman #18
24 pages |
33 мegabytes

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Superman is a fighter against the perpetrators. He is the representative of an alien civilization. His planet Krypton (Krypton) exploded, but the child had to put in a capsule and sent into space. In the end, he was on the earth. Superman wearing tights red and blue colors and with a huge letter ?S? chest. No weapon he was not scared. It c

Superman #18

Publisher: DC
Red Lanterns #18
Atrotsitus and his body Red Light again in the ranks. They are fighting against injustice most bloody and different ways that you could only imagine!

Red Lanterns #18

Publisher: DC
Batman Incorporated #9
Prior to this, Bruce Wayne will be busy joint adventure with members of his new team: Dick Grayson, who took on his absence the place of Batman, as well as members of the Club of Heroes (Club of Heroes): British Knight (Knight) and Squire (Squire) and Argentina's El Gaucho (El Gaucho). With the latter, as the author notes, Batman will have many
Injustice: Gods Among Us #11
22 pages |
14.6 мegabytes

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The second series of a new project from the studio NetherRealm - Injustice: Gods Among Us. As reported in a press release, the new fighting game will join the most famous characters of the Universe DC Comics: Batman, Superman, Flash, Harley Quinn, Solomon Grundy and super-females. Superheroes will sort things out in the world, where the "blurred
Batman Li'l Gotham #8
Batman, the original Bat-Man - a fictional superhero comic book publisher DC Comics, which first appeared in Detective Comics in May 1939. Along with Superman and Spider-Man, Batman is one of the most popular and well-known comic book characters and fictional characters. Was created by artist Bob Kane in collaboration with writer Bill Finger, Kane
JSA Liberty Files - The Whistling Skull #4
22 pages |
14.2 мegabytes

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On our website (, you download a comic book about of America holds a special place for many readers. The decision to change the idea into the characters we're seeing in EARTH TWO is a fascinating ride. It turns out the characters we knew before arent exactly gone. DC has previously announced a continuation into the look of the world
Sword of Sorcery #6
34 pages |
54.5 мegabytes

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The story of the woman who once realizes that she is not like everyone else. Amy Winston did not know where she came from and where she gets her strength. Continued find in comics

Sword of Sorcery #6

Publisher: DC
Young Justice (Volume 1) 0-55 + Specials
Young Justice was a comic book series published from 1999-2003 spanning a total of 55 issues including several specials and spin-off books. The title centered on DC's teenage heroes, specifically: Robin, Superboy and Impulse. As the series continued, more members joined the team including, Wonder Girl, Secret, Arrowette and several others.
Superboy & the Ravers (1-19 series) Complete
19 comics pages |
333.3 мegabytes

Superboy and the Ravers is an American comic book series that ran for 19 issues, from September 1996 to March 1998. The comic book chronicles the adventures of Superboy (Kon-El) and a group of superhumans called the Ravers.
Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade (1-5 series) Complete
5 comics pages |
89 мegabytes

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Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade was a six-issue limited series published under DC's Johnny DC imprint in 2009. The series targets younger readers and does not take place within mainstream continuity, or the continuity of other Johnny DC titles.
Supergirl (Volume 4) 0-24 series + covers
In 2004, Kara Zor-El was reintroduced into DC continuity in the Superman/Batman series. Like the pre-Crisis version, this Kara claims to be the daughter of Superman's uncle Zor-El and his wife Alura. The post-Crisis Kara is actually older than Kal-El (Superman); she was a teenager when he was a baby. When Krypton exploded, she was sent in a rocket
Supergirl (Volume 3) 1-80 series + Annual + Mini-Series
In 1994, DC Comics published a four-issue limited series featuring a new Supergirl who was introduced early in the Post-Crisis on Infinite Earths era. Sometimes referred to as Matrix, this new character was a protoplasmic duplicate of an alternate universe Lana Lang, granted superpowers by an alternate Lex Luthor. Having been brought to the
Supergirl (Volume 2) 1-23 series
During its first year of publication, the second Kara Zor-El series was titled The Daring New Adventures of Supergirl. With issue #13, the name was shortened to Supergirl, and the title continued monthly publication for a total of 23 issues. This series follows Supergirl's run in Superman Family. Bonus comic Superman #376 is a bridging episode
Supergirl (Volume 1) 1-10 series + Appearances
The first series featured the original Supergirl, Superman's cousin Kara Zor-El. It began publication in 1972, following a 44-issue run of Supergirl stories in Adventure Comics, ending with issue #424 (October 1972). The series lasted for 10 issues until 1974, after which the character began appearing regularly in Superman Family (commencing with
Superboy (Volume 3) 0-100 series + Annual
Superboy (Volume 3) was published from February of 1994 until July of 2002, spanning a total of 100 issues. This series is significant because it is the first Superboy comic to ever feature a title character other than Clark Kent. It is also the first canonical Superboy series published in the Post-Crisis era. Please note: according to DC Wikia

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