Brian Stelfreeze

The Signature Art of Brian Stelfreeze (2016)  Comics

Posted by Coda at March 28, 2017
The Signature Art of Brian Stelfreeze (2016)

The Signature Art of Brian Stelfreeze (2016)
BOOM!, 2016 | English | CBZ | 198 Pags. | 321 MB

Pantera Negra vol.2, #10  Comics

Posted by Coda at May 9, 2017
Pantera Negra vol.2, #10

Pantera Negra vol.2, #10
Panini Cómics, 2017 | Spanish | CBR | 28 Pags | 15.4 MB
Autores: Ta-Nehisi Coates y Brian Stelfreeze

Editorial: ¡El retorno de la reina! Shuri ha renacido, con nuevos poderes, nuevo nombre código y un nuevo objetivo: los terroristas que quieren poner a Wakanda de rodillas. Mientras tanto, T’Challa recibe a una de las voces discrepantes de su país.

Pantera Negra v2, #9  Comics

Posted by Coda at April 7, 2017
Pantera Negra v2, #9

Pantera Negra v2, #9
Panini Cómics, 2017 | Spanish | CBR | 28 Pags | 16.0 MB
Autores: Ta-Nehisi Coates y Brian Stelfreeze.

Editorial: Contiene Black Panther v6, 9 USA. ¡El comienzo del fin! Brian Stelfreeze regresa. Después de viajar durante meses por Djalia, Shuri ha regresado. ¿Es ella misma? ¿Qué ha cambiado? ¿Y cómo afectará eso a Pantera Negra y a todo el Reino de Wakanda. Mientras, el estado de Ramonda empeora.

Batman - Shadow of the Bat 0-94+annual  Comics

Posted by Lebedev30 at March 27, 2017
Batman - Shadow of the Bat 0-94+annual

Batman - Shadow of the Bat 0-94+annual
English | CBR | 101 Volumes | 1.8 Gb

Pantera Negra (Vol.2) #3-6  Comics

Posted by Coda at Jan. 8, 2017
Pantera Negra (Vol.2) #3-6

Pantera Negra (Vol.2) #3-6
Panini Cómics, 2016 | CBR/RAR | Spanish | 4 núm. | 70.9 MB Total
Autores: Ta-Nehisi Coates y Brian Stelfreeze

Contiene Black Panther v6, 3-6 USA. ¡El ascenso de las Dora Milaje! Los fracasos de T’Challa como rey han salido a la luz ante Naciones Unidas. Ayo y Aneka están dispuestas a llevar a los rebeldes de Wakanda hasta lo más alto, sin importar el precio. ¡No te pierdas esta aclamada saga!

Wednesday Comics #9-12 (of 12) 2009  Comics

Posted by Coda at Jan. 5, 2011
Wednesday Comics #9-12 (of 12) 2009

Wednesday Comics #9-12 (of 12) 2009
CBR/CBZ/RAR | English | 4 Issues | 196 MB Total


Wednesday Comics was a weekly anthology comic book launched by DC Comics on July 8, 2009. The twelve issues of the title were published in 14" x 20" broadsheet format, deliberately similar to Sunday newspaper comics sections. Each edition featured 15 pages, each from a different story by a different creative team.

Wednesday Comics #8 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 6, 2009
Wednesday Comics #8 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #8 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBZ | DC Comics | Nov 4 2009 | 18 Pages | 44.1 MB

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's , a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Wednesday Comics #1-7 (Of 12) (Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 9, 2009
Wednesday Comics #1-7 (Of 12) (Update)

Wednesday Comics #1-7 (Of 12) (Update)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 7 CBR | DC Comics | Issue #7 Released Aug 26, 2009 | 278.7 MB Total

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's , a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 18, 2009
Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #5 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Issue #5 Released Aug 5, 2009 | 19 Pages | 38.6 MB
+ Wednesday Comics Issues #1-4

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's , a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.

Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Aug. 16, 2009
Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)

Wednesday Comics #4 (Of 12)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | DC Comics | Issue #4 Released Jul 29, 2009 | 19 Pages | 41.8 MB
+Wednesday Comics Issues #1-3

At a time when many newspapers are cutting back on their comics sections, DC Comics is looking to remind readers of the fun and excitement a full Sunday-sized comics section can offer. Except they’re going to do it on Wednesdays. This then is the rationale behind DC's Wednesday Comics, a new 12-part weekly series launched this summer, presented in a 14” x 20” broadsheet format and that will have to be unfolded and opened to be read. The "Wednesday" part of the title refers to the fact new comic books go on sale at comic book stores nationwide every Wednesday. The concept is to try to recapture the spirit, format, and sense of enjoyment that people had from reading the Sunday comics that arrive in newspapers every week. Each issue is 16 pages and each story takes up one full page when folded out. For each issue there will be 15 weekly strips that will be presented in newspaper format, which will feature some of DC Comics' primary characters, as well as some of the premiere creators in the business.