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The Flash - Rebirth (1-6 series) Complete
6 comics pages |
188.1 мegabytes

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Through the decades, many heroes have taken the mantle of The Flash, but they all ride the lightning that crackles in the wake of the greatest hero the DC Universe has ever known, the man who sacrificed himself to save the Multiverse: Barry Allen! Following the events of FINAL CRISIS, Barry has beaten death and returned to a fast-paced world that
The Titans (Volume 1) 1-50 series + Annual
51 comics pages |
426.9 мegabytes

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This incarnation of the team consisted of a mix of former original Titans, including Nightwing, Troia, Arsenal, Tempest, and the Flash (Wally West), from the original team; Starfire, Cyborg, and Changeling, from the New Teen Titans; Damage from the New Titans (the 1994 series); and Argent from the Teen Titans (the 1996 series). There was one new
Batman Beyond #21
22 pages |
19.8 мegabytes

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After a hard battle with Hashem, the union and Terry Mak'Ginnesa Bruce Wayne became stronger. But they face a new trial. In Gotham Future showed up an unknown criminal who holds hostages in a building in Gotham City of the Future. Terry will have a difficult task: on the one hand in the way the Justice League, chasing the attacker, on the other,

Batman Beyond #21

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JLA - Avengers (1-4 series) Complete
4 comics pages |
118.8 мegabytes

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JLA/Avengers (Issues #2 and #4 titled Avengers/JLA) is a comic book limited series and crossover published in prestige format by DC Comics and Marvel Comics from September 2003 to May 2004. The series was written by Kurt Busiek, with art by George Perez. The series features the two companies' teams of superheroes, DC Comics' Justice League of
The Outsiders (Volume 4) 1-40 series
Featuring an "Origins and Omens" backup story! Continuing where the epic BATMAN AND THE OUTSIDERS SPECIAL #1 left off, the mystery of who and what "The Insiders" are opens into a labyrinth of dread and deceit as The Outsiders, in their newest incarnation, follow Batman's final directives into a heart of darkness. If you've waited to pick up this
The Outsiders (Volume 3) 1-50 series
The Outsiders (vol. 3) is almost completely unrelated to the previous series. It was launched in 2003 with new members, some of whom had been part of the Titans. The series was canceled with issue #50 and relaunched as Batman and the Outsiders (vol. 2), featuring a mix of current and new members. The new team is put together in the wake of the
The Outsiders (Volume 2) 1-24 series
This revival of the title in 1993 lasted 24 issues and was written by Mike W. Barr, with most issues penciled by Paul Pelletier. Declared a traitor in his native Markovia, Geo-Force is forced to seek the help of old (and new) Outsiders to battle the vampire-lord who controls his country. This is later coupled with the framing of the Outsiders for
The Outsiders (Volume 1) 1-28 series
This series again featured the original group, and was printed in the Baxter paper format used on such titles as The New Teen Titans (vol. 2) and the Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 3). It lasted for 28 issues, in addition to annual and special issues. The series originally ran alongside the Adventures of the Outsiders title, chronicling events a
Star Trek The Next Generation (Volume 2) 1-80 series + Annuals
89 comics pages |
760.3 мegabytes

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Picking up where the 1988 series had left off, this series started with the crew as it was in the second season of the television series (i.e. Yar dead, Pulaski as Doctor), and continued right along with the initial broadcast of the show. For all intents and purposes, issue 1 of this series could have just as easily been issue 7 of the 1988 series.
Star Trek The Next Generation (Volume 1) 1-6 series
6 comics pages | 1988 year
66.3 мegabytes

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A limited series--though apparently not with a continuing storyline--which focuses on a very narrow part of the TNG timeline. Because it was largely completed before the airing of first season of TNG, all the stories feature the very earliest Enterprise-D crew--including a still-living Tasha Yar. This title, for all intents and purposes,
Justice League - Generation Lost (1-24 series) Complete
24 comics pages |
577.9 мegabytes

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Justice League: Generation Lost was a year-long comic book limited series that premiered July 2010. It ran twice a month for 24 issues, alternating with Brightest Day which written by Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi. The plot revolves around the Justice League International, specifically the characters Captain Atom, Booster Gold, Jaime Reyes (the
JSA All-Stars (1-18 series) Complete
18 comics pages |
593.9 мegabytes

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n December 2009, DC debuted an ongoing series titled JSA All-Stars (named after a 2003 limited series). The series focused upon a second team that formed after the JSA split. Calling themselves the "All-Stars", the group included more of the newer, younger members of the JSA. The roster consisted of Magog, Damage, Power Girl, Hourman, Atom
Jack Kirby's - Fourth World (1-20 series) Complete
20 comics pages |
565.3 мegabytes

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Jack Kirby's Fourth World is a turn of phrase commonly attributed to a family of titles created in the 1970s by writer/illustrator Jack Kirby. When Jack Kirby returned to working for DC Comics in the 1970s, he introduced what would become known as the Fourth World concept. He created a science-fiction based mythology revolving around ancient space
Hitman (Volume 1) 1-60 series
60 comics pages |
578.3 мegabytes

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Hitman chronicles the exploits of Tommy Monaghan, an ex-Marine Gulf War veteran turned contract killer from the Cauldron, a lower-class Irish district of Gotham City. He first appears in The Demon Annual #2 (part of the "Bloodlines" crossover in the summer of 1993), when he is attacked and bitten by a Bloodlines parasite called Glonth.
Batman: Gotham Adventures (volume 1) 1-60 series
60 comics pages |
514 мegabytes

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A new series based on The New Batman Adventures titled Batman: Gotham Adventures ran for 60 issues. This was the longest running series in the Batman Adventures line. Early issues were written by Ty Templeton and illustrated by Rick Burchett, while the team of Scott Peterson, Tim Levins, and Terry Beatty did most of the later issues. Batgirl and
The Atlantis Chronicles (1-7 series) Complete
The history of Atlantis was detailed in The Atlantis Chronicles a 7-issue limited series published by DC Comics from March 1990 through September 1990. It was written by Peter David, and illustrated by Esteban Maroto. The series focused on a series of Atlantean historical manuscripts, also called The Atlantis Chronicles, and chronicled the rise