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New Warriors (Volume 4) 1-20 series
Unknown presents the police super-villain. Unknown paints the registration posters. Who are they? The only zapeknoy are the letters HB left by them. And what do they need from the mutant forces who lost Sophia? New Warriors resurrected from the dead? Or this is another
New Warriors (Volume 3) 1-6 series
Over the years, a little-known supervillains have run out of New York. sheltered from the eyes of the superheroes of the big apple, they are intrigued, robbed and terrorized others. But more than this will not happen. No, at least if the new soldiers will be what to tell them. The group of young heroes - idealists, the New Warriors sworn to fight
New Warriors (Volume 2) 0-10 series
The New Warriors return in this second ongoing series. It lasted only for 10 issues, with one special "Wizard issue 0". The team however remained together and had many guest-appearances in that time.
New Warriors (Volume 1) 1-75 series + Annuals
The New Warriors were featured in an eponymous series from 1990 until 1996, written by Fabian Nicieza with art by Mark Bagley. Nicieza wrote the series for the first 53 issues. The series lasted for 75 issues and four annuals, spinning off a number of titles, including mini-series featuring Night Thrasher and Marvel Boy (by then renamed Justice)
The New Titans (50-130 series) Complete
80 comics pages |
946.9 мegabytes

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Complete collection of comics "The New Titans" from the publisher DC Comics.
The Song of the Vampires (Season 3) - New Powers
58 pages |
39.4 мegabytes

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The Song of the Vampires T13 - New Powers (2012)
Superman: Last Stand of New Krypton (1-3 series) Complete
3 comics pages |
72.1 мegabytes

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The new Superman crossover event "Brainiac and The Legion of Super-Heroes" begins here, in this first issue of a 3-part miniseries! It's New Krypton's worst nightmare as Brainiac attacks the planet, determined to recapture the city of Kandor! But General Zod has been waiting for this moment since Brainiac first attacked Old Krypton ??“ he has a
New Gods (Volume 4) 1-15 series
Originally written by Tom Peyer and Rachel Pollack, and pencilled by Luke Ross, volume four of New Gods ran from October 1995 until February 1997. Eventually taken over by John Byrne (for issues #12-15) at the tail end of the series, this title would be renamed as Jack Kirby's Fourth World, also by John Byrne, with numbering reset to issue #1, and
New Gods (Volume 3) 1-28 series
Written by longtime Kirby understudy Mark Evanier, with co-author and penciller Paris Cullins, this would be the most lengthy New Gods run yet. Coming in at 28 issues, this volume was published from February 1989 to August 1991. This series is sometimes considered volume two, as the aforementioned volume two was essentially a reprinting of volume
New Gods (Volume 1) 1-19 series
Beginning here, Jack Kirby established the groundwork for all future New Gods (and related) series. New Gods #1 would mark the first appearance of Orion, Highfather, and Metron, among others; and further issues into the series would mark the first appearance of many other Fourth World characters, as well as explaining key concepts about the New
New Gods (Volume 0) 1-6 series
6 comics pages |
103.2 мegabytes

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A 48-page new story called "Even Gods Must Die" was published in the sixth issue of the reprint series instead, which in turn served as a prologue for the upcoming The Hunger Dogs graphic novel, which DC editors greenlighted in order to conclude the series
DC: The New Frontier (1-6 series)
6 comics pages |
180.1 мegabytes

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DC: THE NEW FRONTIER takes readers on an epic journey from the end of the Golden Age to the genesis of a bold new era for the super-hero in the late 1950s! World War II is over. The Cold War has begun. And the Age of the Super-Hero is in decline. But where are the heroes of tomorrow? THE NEW FRONTIER recounts the dawning of the DC Universe's