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Comic Uploads Anonymous 09/07/25(Sat)16:37 No. 7618 [Reply] [Last 50 posts] Stickied

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I figured that I'd start up the comic upload thread again. I will also try to deliver any requests to the best of my ability. Let's start off with the obligatories and some of my favorites.


Batman- The Killing Joke:

Batman- Dark Knight Returns


The Death of Superman:
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Crecy 14/11/09(Sun)01:30 No. 24122

Anyone have a Crecy link? OP's is broken.

Captain Marvel who's secret identity is Billy Batson Anonymous 13/06/29(Sat)00:03 No. 23609 [Reply]

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“It’s just such a great idea – you say a magic word, and suddenly you can fly, and bullets will bounce off you. Just a really, simple, great concept.

“I think the key is that magic word, ‘Shazam.’ Magic words are something that go back in fiction, back to myths and legends and The Arabian Nights. It’s just something that resonates for us, I think. And it’s such a good magic word – it sounds like ‘Alakazam.’

“Even Gomer Pyle was saying it. Dave Chappelle was saying it on his show. I’ve heard it in rap videos. Everyone knows what it means, it’s ‘Shazam!’ It’s the transformation into something else, like ‘Let’s go!’ It’s a call to action.

“And the costume – the red outfit with the lightning bolt. How many times in our lifetime have we seen generic parody superheroes, whether in an advertisement or anywhere, with a lightning bolt on their costume? The lightning bolt has almost become the generic symbol for a superhero, and it has its roots in Captain Marvel.”

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THE MULTIVERSITY: THUNDERWORLD ADVENTURES #1 Anonymous 14/12/19(Fri)17:59 No. 24187

"The Multiversity: Thunderworld Adventures" #1 is in many ways the least complicated of the various "The Multiversity" comics to date. That's clearly deliberate, though. In a world based on the classic "Captain Marvel" comics, this is something that shouldn't get too convoluted or over-thought. And really, that's exactly what Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart are trying to tell us.

Right from the start, with moments like the Wizard Shazam stopping a speech to no one with the comment, "I was just practicing my omniscient narrator voice," you know you're in for a good time. And from there, that's exactly what you get. With Sivana creating timequakes by adding an extra day of the week into the calendar (Sivanaday, of course), using science to replicate the Rock of Eternity and to give powers to his children, and a fight between Shazam and Sivana's prodigies, Morrison's script runs gleefully from one moment to the next. The fight between Sivana's children and the Captain Marvel team is classic superhero fare, and the resolution between Black Sivana and Captain Marvel feels directly out of those old comics. It's silly and you can't overthink it, but it doesn't matter.

Anonymous 14/12/19(Fri)18:00 No. 24188

Or rather, it does matter, because that's the point of this comic. "The Multiversity: Thunderworld Adventures" #1 is all about not overthinking and overanalyzing comics. It's about leaning back and enjoying the magic of comics, which in the case of this, is both figurative and literal. Morrison admits that there's no rational explanation for how Captain Marvel's powers work, and in the same breath tells us that we shouldn't worry about finding one. And if that means we can get things like crystallized time, Sivanaday, or the Monster Society? Well, all the better.

Stewart's art is some of the best I've seen from him yet, and considering what a strong artist he is, that's no small feat. I'd place this side-by-side with Jeff Smith's rendition of the Captain Marvel family from a few years ago as a perfect example of the right artist drawing these characters. Every smooth ink line is perfectly placed, and the end result is amazing. I love Captain Marvel's heroic jaw, or how Stewart draws an elevated train crumbling when it hits one of Sivana's super-powered children. When Mary Marvel and Captain Marvel Jr. swoop in to save the day, their smiles light up the pages stronger than any sun; their glee is near-infectious. Even little moments that could have easily failed because of comics being a static medium -- like the "don't look away from the man with two strong arms" maneuver -- comes to life because Stewart's art has such energy in every single moment.

Anonymous 14/12/19(Fri)18:02 No. 24189

"The Multiversity: Thunderworld Adventures" #1 has a tenuous connection to the rest of "The Multiversity" comics, and that's a good thing. (You'll see the through-lines here and there, from the other multiverse Sivanas to the copy of the S.O.S. comic.) I don't want to see the Captain Marvel family going up against grim-and-gritty characters. I just want them to have exciting, joyous adventures like we got here. With contemporary jokes like Billy Batson's reporting running up against child labor laws, this feels classic yet modern. If there's any way to convince Morrison to write a "Thunderworld Adventures" ongoing, well, I know I'd buy it. If nothing else, Morrison and Stewart have given us a pretty-near pitch-perfect comic that shows us how viable these characters are. Post-"Convergence," maybe we'll get lucky with a return to Thunderworld.


Dynamic duo Anonymous 12/07/16(Mon)18:18 No. 23122 [Reply]

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hey guys, can you recommend some good Ms. Marvel + Spidie issues, i've just read the Siege

Thank you

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Anonymous 14/12/19(Fri)17:54 No. 24184

Anonymous 14/12/19(Fri)17:56 No. 24185

Anonymous 14/12/19(Fri)17:57 No. 24186

Leap year = Marvel year Bendis 13/04/26(Fri)22:05 No. 23541 [Reply]

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1964 01 Marvel year has passed
1968 02 Marvel years have passed
1972 03 Marvel years have passed
1976 04 Marvel years have passed
1980 05 Marvel years have passed
1984 06 Marvel years have passed
1988 07 Marvel years have passed
1992 08 Marvel years have passed
1996 09 Marvel years have passed
2000 10 Marvel years have passed
2004 11 Marvel years have passed
2008 12 Marvel years have passed
2014 13 Marvel years have passed

After 10 Marvel years the secret identity of ANY character became EXTINCT!
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Recalculation of Ororo's age Anonymous 14/08/10(Sun)03:48 No. 23965

>>23953 Uncanny X-Men 265 august 1990, reveals that Ororo is reduced to a 12 year old girl. This was done by the supervillainess the Nanny.
Uncanny X-Men 272 januari 1991 restores Ororo to an adult but YOUNGER than she was before Nanny reduced her to a preteen;

In 1990 she was a 28 year old adult.
In august 1990 she was reduced to a 12 year old.
In januari 1991 she was restored to a 23 year old adult.

She is now 23+6= 29

Ororo Munroe is ALREADY 29 years old!

Franklin Richards Anonymous 14/08/14(Thu)15:43 No. 23968

Franklin Benjamin Richards first appears in Fantastic Four Annual 6 (November 1968).

After 1968 he ages every Leap year(=Marvel year).

He is now 11.

Franklin Richards is ALREADY 11 years old!

Anonymous 14/12/18(Thu)23:04 No. 24168

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Rick Jones made his debut in The Incredible Hulk 1 (May 1962)
He was 15.
He is now 15+13 = 28

Rick Jones is ALREADY 28 years old!

New Indy Comic Jessica 14/08/22(Fri)02:11 No. 23973 [Reply]

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I have been working on this comic for a little while. This is the first page. I will have more pages to show, but for now i only have the one. What do you guys think?

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Jessica 14/11/25(Tue)18:22 No. 24152

Thank you so much!

Jessica 14/12/09(Tue)19:17 No. 24165

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Page 8-9. sorry for the repeat of page 8, page 9 needs page 8 next to it for the double spread to work. :)

Jessica 14/12/09(Tue)19:22 No. 24166

Also, i forgot to mention, if you guys would like to read the comic a little easier I have made a Tapastic page: http://tapastic.com/series/Visceral. you can also read it on your mobile devise thru the Tapastic app.

Your Favorite Cartoon Growing Up Yourgay!!OxAzMwZTMv 12/03/25(Sun)05:19 No. 22671 [Reply]

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Mine was He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. What was your's /co/?

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Anonymous 14/09/17(Wed)17:30 No. 24030


Most of mine are listed, adding to the list:
Ulysses 31
A sci-fi reimagining of Homer's 'The Odyssey', a Japanese and French collaboration.

The Mysterious Cities of Gold
Years later coming back to this it holds up really well, this is a heritage cartoon I guess you could say in that I plan to show them to my kids whenever I get them. There were documentary episodes to accompany each cartoon episode that explained the events and customs from the new world the characters encountered, recommended viewing.

Anonymous 14/10/03(Fri)03:59 No. 24071

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I dont know about you but i LOVED CHOWDER

"DRAGON BALL Z: THE RESURRECTION OF F" TRAILER DEBUTS Anonymous 14/12/06(Sat)15:32 No. 24164

One of the biggest anime sensations of the modern age, "Dragon Ball Z" has a new film hitting theaters in the spring, and judging by the first footage, it's set to hit all the right chords with fans of the series.


What comic is this? elle 14/09/16(Tue)22:42 No. 24019 [Reply]

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I'm trying to find a comic I read a while ago I remember the story, but none of the character names or how I found it. The art was all done in not-terrible 3D. Could I get some help?


We begin with an overview of how the world got f-ed up and was fixed by androids. A woman is looking at a part that she has to replace in some kind of 3D viewer.

Her daughter comes in asking to fly herself across the hinterlands, risking rape (or worse) because it's her birthday and she wants to have sex with her BF.

The girl mouths off to her android nanny, flies off, and, inevitably, gets kidnapped. She tries to fight off her captors with a sword crafted by nano-machines, fails, and later intentionally dislocates her wrist while being transported.


That's the last I read of it. Any help is appreciated!

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elle 14/10/08(Wed)22:12 No. 24078

I found the web comic I was looking for. It's called Data Chasers.

Thanks for posting this one. It's good so far.

Eternal 1 from Boom! Studios Anonymous 14/12/06(Sat)15:07 No. 24162

WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT: William Harms is crafting a gripping, sophisticated story about what happens if science completely changes the rules of life itself. This is a story where characters' ethics and loyalties are tested, for society has changed but human failings remain the same. The next step in humanity is brought to glorious life by Giovanni Valetta.

Eternal, what it's about... Anonymous 14/12/06(Sat)15:09 No. 24163

In a world of clones, the Human Liberation Army wants to free people from New Life's grasp. Their leader Gail will take the most drastic, personal measures yet to do so. Rathmann, a former homicide detective turned New Life enforcer, is on the case, and is asking tough questions. Violet, a young girl and one of the few non-cloned humans—or Pures—left, is longing to enter the real world. But she has no idea the danger she is stepping into.

Princess Adora as Despara commits atrocities. How to redeem her: SHE-RA ! Anonymous 13/04/03(Wed)21:09 No. 23511 [Reply]

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Notice the sadness in Adora's face?
Masters Of The Universe 8 reveals that Adora, now Despara, is a lethal weapon in the service of evil! This means a great deal. This young beautiful girl is deprived of her true calling; a heroin who is meant to represent hope and inspire good. The Horde is to be despised for making her a villainess who ignites despair and enforces evil. As a reader I rejoice in Adora's yearning for a better life. I read it as a sub-conscious expression of weeping for being kept from what she was truly destined to be and being forced to endure this nightmare of a life. Adora must be freed from the Horde and be allowed to choose the kind of life she wants to lead. I am grateful that Despara is covered from head-to-toe. Adora (and her face) should be engaging opponents as a warrior for GOOD and not evil! The bond and friendship with her steed Spirit, can be given more weight to. They can encourage each other to always strive to do good because the guilt of committing horrible acts under Horde-control hangs heavy on them. Also, their desires to be (and stay as long as possible) She-Ra and Swift Wind is great because these are identities that are used in the service of good and have not, in the past, been used for acts of evil! The short-haired Adora can be transformed into the long-haired She-Ra. To have Adora's hair, height, mass, clothes and voice change when she transforms into She-Ra makes for a much better secret identity (a dark tan like He-Man got in the cartoon when Prince Adam turned into him, would also be nice).

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Power-Adam and the assholes of the universe 18 Anonymous 14/12/04(Thu)23:40 No. 24160

Despara fighting Saryn! Woohoo!
Great pages but VERY disappointed that the old cliche 'mask gets broken to pieces by the opponent' is depicted in a comic book for the umpteenth time.

Saryn is Skeletor's mom! Great revelation!

SHE-DORA unleashed! Anonymous 14/12/04(Thu)23:54 No. 24161

And then FINALLY butch Adora powers up.

To me her attire is clunky.
Doesn't lend itself to enable She-Dora to display her agility and dodge projectiles coming at her.

Most likely She-Dora will be shown as a BORING battering ram type of fighter and have dialogue like asshole Teela to match(Of course She-Dora doesn't have super-strength like She-Ra who is not present in this iteration).

Mafalda's 50th anniversary (1964-2014) Anonymous 14/11/29(Sat)21:26 No. 24158 [Reply]

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The precocious young girl, Mafalda, has been a very popular character in South America and the rest of the world ever since Joaquín Salvador Lavado (known for his penname, Quino) began her comic strip in 1964. The strip actually only lasted until 1973, but Mafalda continues to be a popular character, especially as Quino has licensed her out to a number of uses (like cartoons) and most notably, has allowed her to be used by UNICEF to get their message across.

Anonymous 14/11/29(Sat)21:28 No. 24159

Now here’s the amazing thing – the whole series was created as an ADVERTISING gimmick!
Fellow Argentine artist Miguel Brascó approached Quino with the idea of doing a comic strip that would secretly work as advertising. The idea was simple, the strip would advertise the “Mansfield” line of household appliance from the Argentine Siam Di Tella company by having a young girl and her family all shown using their various products throughout the strips. It would be product placement in the strip (plus, all of the characters’ names would begin with M).
His clever ruse was quickly seen through and the strip was rejected. Some people, though, felt that the strip showed promise on its own merits and eventually Quino edited out the advertising aspects and began doing the strip straight and it became very popular.

pls halp Anonymous 14/11/26(Wed)10:44 No. 24154 [Reply]

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Can someone post that comic where Superman and Wonder Woman breaks some wannabe superhero kid's back in front of The Flash and later on The Flash learns that kid's hero is him and he's all sad and shit?

Anonymous 14/11/27(Thu)20:17 No. 24157

that would be in Injustice year one, #13 issue if I remember right

here's the torrent for year one:

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