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24 January, 2007

Trouble Shooting Guide

How to Open .cbr & .cbz files?
Use the free comic book reader software. Download link for which is available on the LINKS section of the sidebar

File is broken...
Though possible, unlikely the error is on my side, try downloading again.
If the error persists, leave a comment on my Blog, in the relevant post.

File is Dead
PLEASE report all Dead links, leave a comment on my Blog, in the relevant post. I will replace all broken links ASAP.

File is unreadable/ File extension is .html
In Windows Explorer/ My Computer got to Tools >> Folder Options >> View >>> deselect the option hide extension for known file types...

now Rename the file extension, remove the .html in the end
Eg: If .cbr.html make it .cbr

If .cbz.html make it .cbz

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14 January, 2007

Big Guy and Rusty the boy robot by Frank Miller

"Big Guy and Rusty, the Boy Robot" appeared as a large format comic book published as a two-part mini-series in 1996, featuring story by Frank Mille. The story revolves around an attack on Tokyo by a giant reptilian creature that is generated in an experiment gone wrong, and the failure of the newly-commissioned Rusty the Boy Robot to stop the threat. Subsequently, Japan requested the help from the U.S. Armed Forces, whose ultimate defense, the robot Big Guy, launches from his air carrier base and uses his awesome arsenal and good old-fashioned American know-how to save the day.

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Albion by Alan & Leah Moore

Albion is a six issue comic book series plotted by Alan Moore, written by his daughter Leah Moore. The series aims to revive classic British comics characters such as Captain Hurricane, Robot Archie, The Steel Claw and The Spider (as well as minor characters like Fishboy and Faceache) all of who appreaded in comics published by IPC Media during the 1960s and early 1970s, such as Valiant and Lion.

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Adventures of the Rifle Brigare by Garth Ennis

When all the chips are down, and it looks like the sun is about to set on old Blighty for good, there's only one team to call to keep Britannia ruling the waves: the Rifle Brigade! Acclaimed writer Garth Ennis unleashes his formidable command of both military history and violent absurdity to bring to life the most daring and insane band of commandos ever to hoist a Union Jack.

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07 January, 2007

Ronin : Frank Miller

Ronin is a graphic novel by Frank Miller in which a ronin is re-incarnated in a dystopic near-future New York. The six-issue work shows some of the strongest influences of manga on Miller's style, both in the artwork and narrative style.

A ronin was a masterless samurai during the feudal period (1185–1868) of Japan. A samurai became masterless from the ruin or fall of his master, or after the loss of his master's favor or privilege. Since a ronin doesn't serve any lord, he is no longer a samurai. A samurai is a "servant".

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02 January, 2007

Alistair MacLean

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