>What is this thread? Every Wins'day at Win-O'-Clock we gather here and post links to the latest scans and rips of comic books. Most links we uploaded ourselves, others we are sharing from elsewhere. Some comics we've even purchased ourselves (but most we didn't). If you'd like to help out, just ask and we would be delighted to tell you how. Otherwise, be patient, be polite, and understand the simple concept behind these words: Not posted means not available yet.
>Where can I find downloads for other comics? Warez forums/blogs, DDL-indexing search engines (like FilesLoop), torrent trackers (like 1337x) and other P2P networks (like DC++). If a link has been posted on Yea Forums, you can search for it in the Desu archive (add "http*" to searches to return only posts with links). If all else fails, just >buy it.
>Where can I buy comics? amazon.com/ On the various publishers' webstores, and at your local comics shop.
>How do I download from websites that only give me .exe files? Untick the checkbox under the download button.
>How can I find this thread every week? If you are using the inline extension go to Yea Forums.org/co/official or use the option under "Filters & Post Hiding". If you have 4chanX go to Settings > Filter > Subject and add the following line: /Official Win-O'-Thread/;highlight
>And last but not least Disregard continuity, acquire good runs
As dangerous as she is desirable, Modesty Blaise — former criminal mastermind,now an international adventuress — is a classic newspaper strip icon! In this volume,Modesty must take on a group of killers-for-hire, rescue a scientist, and face off against ahighly organized gang of blackmailers! This book also includes a introduction by Peter O’Donnell (Titan Books: 98 pages).
Thrown into searing hotbeds of danger and intrigue, Modesty will need all her skills and instincts when she incurs the wrath of a Hong Kong master criminal. Trapped between saving a friend and sacrificing her own beliefs, she is caught in the bloody tempest of the Vietnam War and must battle to survive the vengeance of Mister Sun. Collecting the rare and classic newspaper strips from The Evening Standard, this volume also includes a new introduction by, and interview with, Peter O'Donnell. (Titan Books: 82 pages).
Adventurer, spy, smuggler, racketeer and all-round bad girl, Modesty is as stylish as she is smart, as lethal and beautiful as a Japanese fighting sword. In this edition, Modesty and her constant partner-in-action Willie Garvinstar in the final two intrigue-filled adventures to be solely illustrated by Jim Holdaway.This book also includes a introduction by Peter O’Donnell and a Modesty Blaise checklist (Titan Books: 99 pages).
Adventurer, spy, smuggler, racketeer and all-round bad girl, Modesty Blaise, was the creation of best-selling author Peter O'Donnell. A gang of ex-soldiers are living a wild life, and may be involved in the theft of a secret missile. Modesty Blaise: Death of a Jester reprints "The Green-Eyed Monster," "Death of a Jester," and "The Stone-Age Caper" (Titan Books: 98 pages).
need some smut Yea Forums by smut I mean Texana in particular
DC one-shot by O'Donnell + Giordano:
Tempered in the fires of a refugee camp and trained in the killing arts, she has been a force to reckon with, when as a teenager she took control of a premier criminal organization. Lured out of retirement by a sultan's ransom in diamonds, an international murder-for-hire gang, and her own personal code of honor, she finds herself working with the "good guys." Sexy, seductive, deadly …. Her name is Modesty Blaise: written by Peter O'Donnell, art by Dick Giordano (DC Comics: 148 pages).
Remastered 2000s re-issues by Titan Books, many sadly OOP and paper scans only:
When Modesty and Willie are lured into an attempted Eastern European coup, could they be walking into a Death Trap? Also collected in this edition, our heroes investigate human traffickers in The Vanishing Dollybirds, and take aim at vicious drug smugglers in The Junk Men.
The dark underworld of espionage and crime is lit up by the fatal charms of the gorgeous Modesty Blaise — high priestess of pulp crime and goddess of cult thrillers; featuring brand new story introductions by Modesty creator Peter O’Donnell, plus an exclusive O’Donnell interview, this latest addition to the Modesty Blaise library is not to be missed(Titan Books: 106 pages) !
Modesty Blaise, the cult bad girl and spy created by best-selling author Peter O’Donnell, is back! Stories from the classic newspaper strip Modesty Blaise are collected here in the latest addition to Titan’s deluxe library series. With story introductions that take the reader behind the scenes of Modesty’s world, this outstanding collection is not to be missed.
This volume collects the original strip stories “Butch Cassidy Rides Again”, “Million Dollar Game” and “The Vampire of Malvescu”, in which Modesty and Willie meet the legendary but dangerous outlaw; Modesty takes on poachers in East Africa; and confronts a mythic blood-sucker in Transylvania (Titan Books: 106 pages).!Modesty Blaise - Million Dollar Game GN (2011) (Bchry-DCP).cbz mega.nz/file/bSg13ICY#yHgxEun9DolK4rCt48S_hqsouqgvUUfs2a1L7QN9Vkw
Thanks to user who mentioned Sato's Knife long ago. Finally got around to starting it and it's pretty good, even if Sota is Kampfer Protag level dense. Shame it's a Media Do license, because oh boy does it show in the translation.
The lives of a washed-up Catholic priest arriving in a small town full of dark secrets and a reclusive young man obsessed with a conspiracy in the city’s trash become intertwined around the mysterious legend of the Black Barn―an otherworldly building alleged to have appeared in both the city and the small town throughout history, bringing death and madness in its wake. Collects issues #1-16.
Many artists are versatile. Corrado Mastantuono is something more: an artist who can change his style from Disney cartoon-like adventures to detailed fantasy universes to the movie-like black and white world of Bonelli Comics characters. Start a journey through unknown and magic, with surprises on every page. It’s your chance to have a look at unpublished concept art and less known work. The best of Corrado Mastantuono, finally collected in volume. Multi-lingual: English, Italian, Spanish, French (Pavesio; Gallery edition: 66 pages).
It's soso. Premise had potential, but Zub squandered it and the weeb essays in the back ended up being the most interesting part of it. Give it a try, it's only 6 trades, and that book probably collects the first 3.
A brand new 1920's mystery thriller with a sinister twist! Unappreciated at her father's detective agency, the fabulous, rabbit-loving Minky Woodcock straps on her gumshoes in order to uncover a magical mystery involving the world-famous escape artist, Harry Houdini. Created by acclaimed artist, author, director, and playwright Cynthia Von Buhler (Speakeasy Dollhouse, Evelyn Evelyn, Emily and the Strangers). Collecting Minky Woodcock - The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini nos. 01 - 04 (Titan Comics: 102 pages).
Titan’s bestselling Hard Case crime series is back. A stylish, glamorous feminist take on the classic gumshoe! Private investigator Minky Woodcock becomes involved in an investigation of maverick genius and reclusive pigeon-fancier, Nikola Tesla and Josephine Baker’s spy activity during WWII. Join Woodcock as she discovers a horrifying conspiracy involving corrupt politicians and Nazi agents, and the race to command the world’s first weapon of mass destruction . Describing Minky’s new adventure, artist and author Cynthia Von Buhler stated that “as with the Houdini episode, all of the anecdotes related to Tesla’s life in my book are based on fact. I really love finding bizarre, unbelievable facts and weaving them into my stories.”Collecting Minky Woodcock - The Girl Who Electrified Tesla nos. 01 - 04 (Titan Comics: 108 pages)
Note this is the U.K. Cinebook version (not CMX/Europe Comics):
Theti-Cheri asks Papyrus to accompany her to the temple of Mout-Sekhmet, where she is to conduct a ceremony to appease the goddess’s wrath, kindled after the previous high priest committed crimes. Unfortunately, the day chosen by the princess is viewed as extremely inauspicious by the superstitious peasantry, and Papyrus, born among the simple people of Egypt, refuses the young woman’s request, angering her. By the time he changes his mind and joins her, there are evil plans afoot (Cinebook: 48 pages).
Again, the U.K. Cinebook version (not CMX/Europe Comics):
The 15th volume of a humorous series that does not shy from the horror and absurdity of war. A new recruit makes the mistake of asking Blutch to tell him about the infamous battle of Bull Run... in public! The hostility of the other Union soldiers is immediate, yet Blutch eventually explains the reason for it. That battle, the first major one of the war, which had seemed to the North like such an inevitable victory that masses of civilians had gone to watch it as spectators, ended in a complete rout. And Blutch and Chesterfield were there (Cinebook: 48 pages).
Are You Lost user did you forget about me? it's ok, i'm pretty forgettable
>And last but not least >Disregard no recap Win-O'-Threads
After finding out she is to be forced into an marriage of convenience as soon as she graduates high school, Kokoro sees her life ending before her eyes at her father's wishes. And soin her final year of high school, she decides to indulge in her love of other women, and create an incredible sketchbook of lesbian romance to leave behind as her legacy. As she observes the young women of her town, she learns more about their desires, their struggles, and the unpredictable whims of love (LOVE x LOVE: 212 pages).
The four girls’ hearts are filled with conflicting emotions as they prepare for their imminent departure from the island… Once they are finally on the boat, a mixture of satisfaction at getting closer to home and anxiety at being in the middle of the ocean assails them, but then they find themselves facing an inescapable crisis that leaves even Homare speechless?! The high school girl survival story moves from a deserted island to the middle of the sea—don’t miss the moving, tumultuous eighth volume!!
Mutsu, Asuka, and Shion face the morning having been unable to find Homare after she was tossed from their boat in a storm. But even in the depths of despair, they believe in Homare and take breathtaking steps in order to save her!! Meanwhile the lost Homare is forced to act as well… What conclusion awaits the four girls in their castaway experience?!
This week's suggestions for rich rippers: Black Dog: the Dreams of Paul Nash TPB (Second Edition) Batman Fear State Saga HC Best Of John Wagner’s Judge Dredd HC American TV Comic Books 1940s-1980s from the Small Screen To The Printed Page SC Jeff Lemire Conversations SC
The Mortal Instruments - The Graphic Novel volume 5?
thanks user i rabbu
>what gets posted I appreciate a good recap on top, user....
>still not rips of The Boy and the Beast
whats releasing this week ?
Charles just moved to Echo City, and some of his new neighbors give him the creeps. They sneak into his room, steal his toys, and occasionally, they try to eat him. The place is teeming with monsters! Lucky for Charles, Echo City has Margo Maloo, monster mediator. No matter who’s causing trouble, Margo knows exactly what to do—the neighborhood kids say monsters are afraid of her. It's a good thing, because Echo City's trolls, ogres, and ghosts all have one thing in common: they don't like Charles very much (Papercutz: 137 pages).
Creepy Casefiles, with its quirky kids, sympathetic beasties and hand-rendered coloring, reads like a classic children’s title from decades past…if not for the astute, subtle observations on cultural dynamics within cities and the ripple effects of gentrification." —Paste Magazine
"Clever dialogue enhances this intriguing and multilayered story set in a fully realized world of monster and human coexistence."—Kirkus Reviews
"With a saturated color palette, noirish dialogue, and a thought-provoking message about gentrification, this first in a series (originally published as a webcomic) is packed with warm laughs and smart, spooky mystery."—Booklist
The Nightmare Brigade is a dream team led by Professor Angus. With his two young sidekicks, 14 year-olds Esteban and Tristan, they have one goal: help people get rid of their worst nightmares. With unique skills, the team members can literally infiltrate their patient’s nightmare to seek its root and destroy the cause. Things are shaken up a bit, however, when they meet the young Sarah. The Brigade has a feeling they have seen her before… Then, an insomniac is invading other’s dreams. How does he do it and how can he be stopped? It’s a paranormal story you won’t want to sleep on (Papercutz: 112 pages)!
This supernatural action series is another French translation presented in a beautiful but Goth-like style, reminiscent of the films of Tim Burton. It follows a team of students who, under the tutelage of their professor, can enter troubled kids’ dreams to ease their suffering. “The trick is, they have to get out in time,” Nantier says. “If the child wakes up, they’re trapped.”
Dave Stevens was renowned for his work on The Rocketeer, the beloved comic that introduced the world to Cliff Secord and his incredible rocket pack. But Stevens was also one of the most sought-after and accomplished cover artists in comics. This collection will provide a comprehensive gallery of Dave's covers, with many of them scanned from the original art, for Pacific Comics, Eclipse, Dark Horse, Comico, and other assorted publishers. These are all presented in black and white, shot from original art, and often with detailed closeups and pencil thumbnails and studies. Finally, all of Dave's non-Rocketeer comic work will be presented, including incomplete and unpublished stories: "Aurora," "Princess Pam," and "Fair Play" from Pacific's Alien Worlds comic book (IDW: 272 pages).
I saw a couple pages from Justice League 75 that weren't in the preview on twitter a while ago plus the one spoiler thread that's up now- has it been leaked/released in full already? Not seeing it anywhere on the usual sites just yet
Requesting the rippers for:
X-Force Epic Collection: Zero Tolerance
Most of the issues in this have never been ripped before. Thanks
>posting manga on a comic book board Disrespectful. I won't allow it
Chances are high this won’t get ripped untill it comes on sale at some point.