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Featured Comics: Ramayan 3392 AD Reloaded

When I was a boy, my father used to tell me the Great Epic of Ramayana to lull me down to sleep. Now, 20 years later, having my friend discovered these great comic series is a great nostalgia. Click The Picture above to bring you the the whole series (ongoing).

5/30/2009

Transformers Vs Gi Joe (Complete)

It’s 1938-39, and Cobra has sprung up in Europe. With the help of the secretly awakened Decepticons Europe has pretty much been conquered. Before getting drawn into the war in Europe, America decides to send in a newly formed special forces type outfit, codenamed: GI Joe. (www.ebook30.com)

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The Sandman Presents - Merv Pumpkinhead

Merv Pumpkinhead: Agent of DREAM is a spin-off to The Sandman series published in 2000. In this publication, Merv goes on a James Bond-esque adventure in which he attempts to foil the schemes of a would-be world conqueror, and along the way meets beautiful women and evil villains. The renegade female dream known as Quivering Annie breaks into the Dream Palace and steals some of the Sandman’s Dream Sand, then flees into the Waking World. Mervyn Pumpkinhead, the Dreaming’s caretaker, volunteers to bring the Dream Sand back. (www.wikipedia.com)


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Pride of Baghdad


Inspired by a true story, Pride of Baghdad follows the struggle for survival of four lions freed from the Baghdad zoo after the US invasion in 2003. Pride of Baghdad is not about the lions or the zoo or the war in Iraq, but rather it is about survival, life, freedom, and in the hands of Vaughan the story becomes a piece of unforgettable modern literature and is well deserving of the designation of “classic”. (www.graphicclassroom.blogspot.com)

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5/28/2009

The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (25 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (24 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (23 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (22 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (21 of 25)

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5/27/2009

The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (20 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (19 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (18 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (17 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (16 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (15 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (14 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (13 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (12 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (11 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (10 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (9 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (8 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (7 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (6 of 25)

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5/24/2009

The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (5 of 25)


Dane McGowan, an angry teen hooligan from Liverpool who may be the next Buddha, attempts to burn down his school. Dane takes out his rage and frustrations through destruction. Dane is recruited by the Invisibles. The Invisibles abandon Dane in London, mentored by Tom O’Bedlam. Tom shows Dane and helps him realize that his anger prevents him from experiencing any real emotions. Eventually Dane returns to the Invisibles, taking the codename “Jack Frost.” With the Invisibles, Jack goes back in time to the French Revolution and is almost killed by a demonic agent of the Outer Church, the Invisibles’ polar opposite. As the volume closes, Jack vows to leave the Invisibles. (en.wikipedia.org)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (4 of 25)


Dane McGowan, an angry teen hooligan from Liverpool who may be the next Buddha, attempts to burn down his school. Dane takes out his rage and frustrations through destruction. Dane is recruited by the Invisibles. The Invisibles abandon Dane in London, mentored by Tom O’Bedlam. Tom shows Dane and helps him realize that his anger prevents him from experiencing any real emotions. Eventually Dane returns to the Invisibles, taking the codename “Jack Frost.” With the Invisibles, Jack goes back in time to the French Revolution and is almost killed by a demonic agent of the Outer Church, the Invisibles’ polar opposite. As the volume closes, Jack vows to leave the Invisibles. (en.wikipedia.org)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (3 of 25)


Dane McGowan, an angry teen hooligan from Liverpool who may be the next Buddha, attempts to burn down his school. Dane takes out his rage and frustrations through destruction. Dane is recruited by the Invisibles. The Invisibles abandon Dane in London, mentored by Tom O’Bedlam. Tom shows Dane and helps him realize that his anger prevents him from experiencing any real emotions. Eventually Dane returns to the Invisibles, taking the codename “Jack Frost.” With the Invisibles, Jack goes back in time to the French Revolution and is almost killed by a demonic agent of the Outer Church, the Invisibles’ polar opposite. As the volume closes, Jack vows to leave the Invisibles. (en.wikipedia.org)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (2 of 25)

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The Invisibles: Say You Want a Revolution (1of 25)

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5/23/2009

The Darkness - Batman


When Don Franchetti decides to expand his horizons he turns his eyes towards Gotham City. While there, Jackie comes face to face with Gotham's Dark Knight: the Batman. In a brutal confrontation "the Bat" is able to get underneath Jackie's armor and show him that, although his soul may be tainted by darkness, he may yet seek redemption for his past. After his confrontation, Jackie decides to turn states evidence which leads to the arrest of his adoptive father; Don Franchetti. (www.topcow.com)

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The Darkness - Superman #2

Jackie Estacado came to Metropolis intent on taking over the city's organized crime operations. Unfortunately, current Metropolis mob boss Robert "Bobby G" Grasso had no intention of stepping aside, hiring the Kryptonite-powered killer Metallo as insurance. The ensuing mob war garnered Superman's attention, pitting him and Jackie against one another. However, Jackie made Superman an offer that he hoped the Manof Steel couldn't refuse: turn a blind eye to Jackie's affairs, and he'll bring a more "orderly" brand of organized crime to Metropolis. When Superman balked, he and the Darkness-empowered Jackie battled... until Metallo appeared and took Lois Lane hostage. (www.topcow.com)

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The Darkness - Superman #1


The Darkness has fallen on Metropolis and even the Man Of Steel may not be able to stop him.
The Darkness, in his human guise of Jackie Estacado is a mafia boss, is moving in on Metropolis. But when the locals don’t take too kindly to that, a gang war erupts, putting the city’s citizens in the firing line. Enter Superman, who tracks down the crime bosses to try and end the feud. But The Darkness has an offer that Superman may find hard to refuse — and if he does there may be hell to pay. (www.jonathankuehlein.com)

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The Cleaners #3


In the midst of a blood-drenched mystery, a picture is beginning to emerge from a veritable Rorshach test of evidence. And in one suburban neighborhood, a weird event in a dark alley leads to the revelation of a secret the world isn't ready to learn. A massive blood spill reveals the existence of something previously unknown-a person or a thing that lives on mass quantities of blood of all different ages and types. Robert Bellarmine is the man who sees this picture taking shape, and when a little neighborhood boy goes missing, Bellarmine knows it's only a matter of time before the boy becomes the next victim of a blood-hungry monster. (www.entertainmentearth.com)

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The Cleaners #2


Robert Bellarmine - whose cleaning crews get called in to take care of the weirdest jobs, the ones the cops can't or won't handle - can already tell that both his advanced medical training and his scientifically skeptical mind will be pushed to the limit as he sets out to find a rational explanation for these sudden eruptions of gore. And when ten-year-old Henry Lisander goes missing the next day, Bellarmine knows he has even less time to figure out who or what is behind the bloodbath!
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The Cleaners #1


“The Cleaners” are a for-hire team of trauma scene cleaners led by Robert Bellarmine. While working for a high profile client, Robert is told about a big job that covers a neighborhood. He arrives to find a total bloodbath, and begins putting the residents at ease as he cleans up the mess. Bellarmine’s investigation suggests a local blood bank or waste disposal company is probably dumping its supplies in order to cut costs, but the end of the issue reveals something even darker and more disturbing lurking in the city. Something that does not want to be found. (weeklycomicbookreview.com)

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5/22/2009

The Sandman Presents: Lucifer - The Morningstar Option #3


The Sandman Presents: Lucifer - The Morningstar Option is a three-issue mini-series written by Mike Carey. Lucifer is approached by an angel who requests that he perform a service for heaven, one which the angels themselves cannot do, and for which he will be handsomely paid. Naturally its pedigree brought it attention, but not as much as that focused on many of its ilk, and not much praise either.This mini-series is perfect.

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The Sandman Presents: Lucifer - The Morningstar Option #2


The Sandman Presents: Lucifer - The Morningstar Option is a three-issue mini-series written by Mike Carey. Lucifer is approached by an angel who requests that he perform a service for heaven, one which the angels themselves cannot do, and for which he will be handsomely paid. Naturally its pedigree brought it attention, but not as much as that focused on many of its ilk, and not much praise either.This mini-series is perfect.

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The Sandman Presents: Lucifer - The Morningstar Option #1


The Sandman Presents: Lucifer - The Morningstar Option is a three-issue mini-series written by Mike Carey. Lucifer is approached by an angel who requests that he perform a service for heaven, one which the angels themselves cannot do, and for which he will be handsomely paid. Naturally its pedigree brought it attention, but not as much as that focused on many of its ilk, and not much praise either.This mini-series is perfect.

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Lucifer: Nirvana (One-Shot)


Written by Mike Carey, Lucifer's story continues. Now running a piano bar (an element introduced in the Sandman story The Kindly Ones) called Lux in Los Angeles with the assistance of his Lilim female consort, Mazikeen, Lucifer is portrayed as sophisticated and almost charming, similar to the stereotypical Christian devil. Beneath his charisma, however, Lucifer is a deadly and Machiavellian character, with no regard for human life or indeed anyone or anything but himself. Despite his egotistic and narcissistic tendencies, he does follow something akin to a code of honor. (www.wikipedia.com)

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Can anything be darker than noir? The tasty Hell and Back features Wallace, a brooding artist with a decided talent for hurting people, and Esther, a stunningly beautiful actress accidentally mixed up in a slavery ring that extends far and deep enough to transcend the word conspiracy. The tale twists, turns, and backtracks, teasing the reader with hints of terror to come--until the explosive climax. Miller's art is exactly right for his words; he uses more black than white, and color only when appropriate. The chapter dealing with Wallace's drug hallucinations is beautiful, heartbreaking, and terrifying in turn. (www.amazon.com)

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Sin City Volume 6: Booze, Broads, & Bullets

The most diverse volume of Sin City material available, Booze, Broads, & Bullets, showcases Frank Miller's vignettes and color experiments from throughout the years of his groundbreaking crime series, and includes art created especially for the original collection. A good entry point for new readers wondering what Sin City is all about - or longtime readers who can't get enough - Miller has painted a gritty, decadent, and gloriously dirty portrait. Have a taste of the city ... just one little taste. Just one. (www.barnesandnoble.com)

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5/20/2009

Sin City Volume 5: Family Values


Family Values is a milestone among Miller's work, allowing him enough room to tell this classic story of grit and revenge exactly the way he wanted to. With deadly Miho running on roller-blades, Dwight running on adrenaline, and the Sin City mob on clean-up detail, this yarn from the Town Without Pity is not to be missed. (www.amazon.com)

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Sin City Volume 4: The Yellow Bastard


Just one hour to go. Hartigan's polishing his badge and working himself up to kissing it goodbye, it and the thirty-odd years of protecting and serving, tears, blood, and triumph that it represents. He's thinking about his wife's smile, about the thick, fat steaks she's picked up at the butcher's, about the bottle of champagne she's got packed in ice, about sleeping in 'til ten in the morning and spending sunny afternoons flat on his back. But with one hour left to go, he gets word about that one loose end he hasn't tied up: a young girl who's helpless in the hands of a drooling lunatic. Just one hour to go... and Hartigan's gonna go out with a bang. (www.powells.com)

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Sin City Volume 3: The Big Fat Kill


Criminals have always called the shots in Sin City, whether bootleggers, gamblers, or politicians. But ever since the first dame set up shop in Old Town, those side-streets have been run by the women who walk the night. It's been a delicate truce, but now there's a messy body and the mob's looking to reclaim those licentious streets. They're going to have to put down a tight band of dangerous women and a guy named Dwight to do it. Now Dwight, he knows something that the mob's gotta learn the hard way: sometimes standing up for your friends means killing a whole lot of people... (www.powells.com)

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Sin City Volume 2: A Dame to Kill For


It's one of those hot nights, dry and windless. The kind that makes people do sweaty, secret things. Dwight's thinking of all the ways he's screwed up and what he'd give for one clear chance to wipe the slate clean, to dig his way out of the numb gray hell that is his life. And he'd give anything. Just to cut loose. Just to feel the fire. One more time.
And then Ava calls. (barnesandnoble.com)

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Sin City Volume 1: The Hard Goodbye


Sin City is the place — tough as leather and dry as tinder. Love is the fuel, and the now-infamous character Marv has the match...not to mention a condition. He's gunning after Goldie's killer, so it's time to watch this town burn! But it won't be quick and quiet, the way it was with Goldie. It'll be loud and nasty. Illustrated in B&W. (www.powells.com)

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5/19/2009

The Darkness/ Wolverine: "Old Wounds"


France, 1942. The Nazis have dispatched the most ruthless and effective assassin the world has ever known, the Spaniard, to eliminate a man who has bolstered the efforts of the French Resistance. The Spaniard has kept the key to his deadly success a secret, but his target is about to learn of the demonic allies at his command. But his target has secrets as well... an uncanny ability to recover from injury and sets of razor-sharp claws. Fast-forward six decades later, and the newest host of the Darkness power crosses paths with a surprisingly well-preserved and still deadly mutant by the name of LOGAN.
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Batman: The Joker's Asylum #5 Two Face


The book closes out with “Two Face, Too!” in which an embittered Harvey Dent forces a kindred spirit with the same physical affliction to choose between murdering Batman or watching his wife get an acid shower. It reminded me of something Aaron Eckhardt said about getting into character for his role as Two Face in The Dark Knight. He said (and I’m paraphrasing here) that Two Face and Batman were both vigilante’s at heart, and that Dent’s altruistic leanings carried over to his life of crime as he forced everyday citizens to make drastic choices. The story ends with our humble narrator (the Joker) leaving the ending up to the reader. (www.comicsbulletin.com)

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Batman: The Joker's Asylum #4 Scarecrow


Chapter four, “Dark Knight of The Scarecrow,” chugs along like a textbook horror film--showing us only what we want to see and then dropping the hammer at just the right moment. Joe Harris has a handle on terror, so he leads us down a dark, claustrophobic path shown mostly through the eyes of one of Dr. Jonathan Crane’s first psychotherapy patients after the criminal psychiatrist comes out of retirement.
Feeling sympathy for a bullied teenage girl, Crane decides to take a more hands-on approach to her treatment by intervening. (www.comicsbulletin.com)

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Batman: The Joker's Asylum #3 Poison Ivy


“Deflowered,” looks at a vicious killing spree that’s out of character for Poison Ivy. The tale reveals the roots (pun intended) behind her actions as Batman and Commissioner Gordon race to figure out who her next target will be. I’ve always thought that Poison Ivy worked best when she was played up as a champion for the environment, or a guerilla terrorist for botanical life. JT Krul manages to do present Ivy in that way while Guillem March pencils and inks an unbelievably sexy redhead with homicidal tendencies. Yowser! (www.comicsbulletin.com)

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Batman: The Joker's Asylum #2 The Penguin


The second showcase, “He Who Laughs Last,” explores the roots of the Penguin’s childhood traumas while shifting gears between his adult interpersonal relationships and the pathos behind both. Jason Aaron does a fine job of giving some dimension and sympathy to Oswald Cobblepot by showing us how he, too, has been hurt--and while his reactions aren’t necessarily socially acceptable, the Penguin does have a fragile human side to him. (www.comicsbulletin.com)

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