Friday, June 24, 2016

14-18

August 1, 1914. Louis, Jacques, Maurice, Armand Denis, Arsène Pierre and Jules are mobilized. Eight friends, aged thirty years, from the same small town located in the same infantry regiment. Together, they discover the first battles, the first doubts and the first absurd orders starting point for four long years, some return, others not. Scenario: Eric Corbeyran. Design: Etienne Le Roux, Jerome Brizard. World War I between 14-18.
First advanced with bayonets for the men at the front, first disappointments for women in the back. The tentacles of the war extend and reveal a secret already painful to bear: the end is not immediately. We'll have to adapt to this hellish day where horror vies with absurdity. An intimate and tragic story where only the laughter of despair sometimes pierces.


ENG

14-18 v1 Little Soldier (2014) (Juron & Jon Snow & Sosich).cbr | 79 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm1JJ
14-18 v2 Paths of Hell (2014) (Juron & Jon Snow & Sosich).cbr | 77 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm1ZQ
14-18 v3 Field of Honor (2015) (Juron & Jon Snow & Sosich).cbr | 71 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm1Cd
14-18 v4 Lost Trench (2015) (Juron & Jon Snow & Sosich).cbr | 51 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm1BE
14-18 v5 The Ebony Colossus (2016) (Juron & Jon Snow & Sosich).cbr | 56.85 MB | LINK: http://viid.me/qg3Qgx
14-18 v6 The Photo (2016) (Juron & Jon Snow & Sosich).cbr | 59.40MB | LINK: http://clkme.in/qY0EuX

FRA

14-18 - Tome 1 - Le Petit Soldat (Aoűt 1914).cbr | 200 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm2sP
14-18 - Tome 2 - Les Chemins de L'enfer (Septembre 1914).cbr | 167 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm2io
14-18 - Tome 3 - Le Champ D'honneur (Janvier 1915).cbr | 155 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm2wN
14-18 - Tome 4 - La tranchee perdue (avril 1915).cbr | 91,42 MB | LINK: http://sh.st/Dm2zO

1 comment:

  1. Not a comment per se on this comic....would it be possible to read the British Comic - Phoenix: The Weekly Story Comic....and as I write this news is coming in on Britain's historic decision to leave the European Union....wonder if British comics can still be called part of European comics :)

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