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28 February, 2007

Lost over 1000 links

In the last 15 days alone over 1000 links at least 20GB, Complete Detective Comics, Classics Illustrated, X-Files, X-Factor v1 etc have been deleted.

A lot of work over several days went into putting up all these links... I'm loosing interest in uploading further stuff. I need some time, but I'll try to get all the links back on ASAP.

Does anybody have any bright idea?

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27 February, 2007

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures (TMNT)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures was a comic book series published from August 1988 to October 1995 by Archie Comics. The initial storylines were close adaptations of the 1987 animated series, but with issue number 5 Eastman and Laird handed the book over to Ryan Brown and Stephen Murphy, both Mirage Studio employees, who created a vast new TMNT universe. In their hands the comic immediately diverged from the cartoon series into unique new story arcs, often incorporating social, environmentalist, and animal rights themes. The series was ground-breaking for a children's comic book series and developed a strong fan base. The original series rogues gallery, Krang, Rocksteady and Bebop were soon phased out completely, whilst Shredder remained a recurring adversary. Ever since the success of the Turtles' new 2003 animated series, there has been talk about releasing a currently unseen final storyarc of the Archie Comics. Writer Brown stated it will be called "Forever War", and was meant to be the next arc of the book before the series got unexpectedly cancelled. With the new CGI movie coming up, the Forever War storyline is set to be released as a miniseries in Summer 2007.

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Dashiell Hammett

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13 February, 2007

X-Files (Complete)

The X-Files is an American television series created by Chris Carter. The show first aired on FOX on September 10, 1993, and ended after a nine-year run on May 19, 2002. The X-Files tapped into and inspired a plethora of conspiracy theories, paranoia about the U.S. government, and belief in the existence of extraterrestrial life.

In the series, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson play FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, tasked with investigating the titular "X-Files." These cases, marginalized by the FBI, often involve paranormal phenomena. The show's popularity peaked in the mid-to-late '90s, even inspiring a hit movie in 1998.

All the links were deleted, I will re-upload all of them, But I need some time. Please keep checking this link.

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12 February, 2007

Farnk Miller's RoboCop

Frank Miller's RoboCop is comic book mini-series published by Avatar Press. The series was personally overseen by Miller based on his own unused screenplay for the film RoboCop 2 and notes of unused ideas for RoboCop 3. It was written by Steven Grant with artwork was done by Juan Jose Ryp.

The series was composed of nine issues that were published from August 2003 through February 2006 under Avatar's Pulsar Press line.

Frank Miller's long-unseen follow-up to the 1987 blockbuster film finally sees the light of day. The machine that was born as Alex Murphy continues his war against the criminals of Old Detroit. But his human soul still haunts him with a sympathetic conscience and memories of his past life.

When his creators and benefactors of the Omni Consumer Products (OCP) corporation get wind of this, they deem RoboCop obsolete. Now our hero and his resilient partner, Officer Anne Lewis, are pitted not only against the scum of the streets, but the new OCP model that shows no mercy.

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C Willeford

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