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Started by scarface, September 05, 2014, 07:28 PM

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Today, a new comic book titled "world without end" is available on the forum.

This comic book tells an insightful story about the energy and climate challenges facing our world today. Is this the end of the world? Perhaps not yet... With humor and intelligence, "World Without End" is the fruit of a years-long collaboration between two of the most accomplished contemporary figures in comics and climate research. Together, Christophe Blain ("Quai d'Orsay," Dargaud) and Jean-Marc Jancovici (Carbone 4, The Shift Project) explore our dependence on fossil fuels, the profound changes our planet is undergoing, and the resulting consequences for society as a whole. The dream of endless economic growth might be an illusion... but that doesn't mean we are doomed to destruction, if we take the necessary steps today. A candid and empathetic analysis that leaves readers with a better understanding of today's world and where we go from here.

Link: https://mega.nz/file/BVtUwKBB#8he_D6PFzg9gftefyyShnlW-c8N_SHwJsToi3PqtQf8


Note that a new episode of Thorgal is available on the forum: Neokora

Back from the island of Kalsoy, Thorgal, Jolan and Louve have the unpleasant surprise to find Aaricia and the rest of the village under the influence of a bondage spell...

Link: https://mega.nz/folder/EUs0BRqI#GEzq0IA2LoHP6lOiw-hAyQ


Tonight, a new comic book, titled "Maybe this Tuesday", is available on the forum.

Achilles, a man in his forties, has just buried his parents. He likes to sit on the beach below his house and watch the passing ships heading for the high seas. So much so that one evening he falls asleep sitting on his chair with both feet firmly buried in the sand. However, when he awakes he is unable to move: during the night he has literally taken root. As a huge storm brews over his island, a seagull flies towards him. The seagull, which can talk, informs Achilles on which day of the week he will die: a Tuesday. But which one? That's the question. Fortunately today is a Wednesday. The tide is rising and will soon flood the beach. If the seagull is telling the truth Achilles needs to uproot himself quickly to avoid drowning. It would appear that the time has come for him to cease contemplating passing ships...

Link: https://mega.nz/file/EQNmyDrb#dUNgTT5jYBbsWisbULZqmJ4U8L_JhBtcon3EGribGv0


Tonight, a new comic book, titled Paris 2119, is available on the forum.

In the year 2119, instantaneous transportation technology has altered almost every facet of human civilization, improving countless industries and practices while also leaving behind a growing population who can't afford to keep up. But some people still prefer the traditional ways of getting from point A to point B, including Tristan Keys, a writer who refuses to embrace the technological advances everyone finds so mandatory. When tiny cracks start to appear in the world around him, he has to wonder if he hasn't been a pawn of technology all along...

Link: https://mega.nz/file/9VMXlBgL#_Ho28y9yCK8Sl6LrgbvJppyPTPGCXi7aQzLb9toK1_4


Tonight, a new comic book series, titled the shadows of Salamanca, is available on the forum.

With "Sarah", Christophe Bec is definitely emerging as a high-class writer, able to keep the reader in suspense from the first to the last page, like Stephen King in literature. Remarkably imaged by Italian Stefano Raffaele, "Sarah" arises immediately as a reference: in the register of fear, never cartoon series had indeed placed as high voltage!.

Sarah followed her husband, ranger, in a remote area of Pennsylvania. Their new house is beautiful, but the city of Salamanca is not very welcoming and the people are not more. But isolation does not frighten Sarah, she even seems to need, for a while at least. To find peace and escape the torment, Salamanca however may not be the ideal place.

Link: https://mega.nz/folder/YMESCSKb#Il9L-U-SKnS4Z2EAQxkg-g