Download This Dog Barking by Nicolas C. Grey (.ePUB)

This Dog Barking: The Strange Story of U.G. Krishnamurti by Nicolas C. Grey, James Farley
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 62.1MB | Retail
Overview: This Dog Barking chronicles the story of U.G. Krishnamurti, the Cosmic Naxalite, from his troubled childhood to his disillusionment with many of the leading spiritual teachers of the twentieth century and his catastrophic personal life. In 1967, UG underwent a series of biological mutations that left him in the ‘natural state’ – functioning without the interference of thought. With no fixed address, no followers and no organization, UG spent the next thirty years travelling the world with an uncompromising message: that ‘mind is a myth’ and the human condition should be demystified and de-psychologized and viewed in purely physiological terms. Candid and clear-eyed, this is a profoundly thought-provoking biography of one of the most radical philosophers of our age.
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Download The Bluecoats by Willy Lambil and Roul Couvin [Eng] (.CBR)

The Bluecoats // Les Tuniques Bleues by Willy Lambil and Roul Couvin.
Requirements: CBR/CBZ Reader, 401 MB
Overview: A humorous cult series about the misadventures of Sergeant Cornelius M. Chesterfield and Corporal Blutch of the Union Army’s 22nd Cavalry on the American War Between the States centers around two cavalrymen in the Union Army: Cornelius Chesterfield, a zealous and devoted sergeant, and Corporal Blutch, a reluctant soldier who is critical of authority and always tries to dodge yet another battle. This highly comical duo does what it can to escape the often obtuse military mindset, absurd orders and madness of war.
Genre: Comics
Authors: Willy Lambil and Roul Couvin

  • Willy Lambil write
  • Roul Couvin art, cover, ink
  • Erica Olson Jeffrey translator
  • Publication: Dupuis, Cinebook, 1972-2011.

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    Raoul Cauvin, currently writing 11 different series. In 2006 alone, he had six series on the bestselling new comics list of the ABCD, with Cedric securing the fourth spot with 288,900 albums and Les Tuniques Bleues at ten with 184,800 copies. Lambil released his first comic, Sandy, in 1959. In 1969, Cauvin and Salve created "The Bluecoats," Cauvin’s first successful series. He excelled in humorous adventures for all ages and with all kinds of visual gags. He exercised his gift by writing around 15 albums a year for parallel series with guaranteed success. In 1972, following the premature death of Salve, Cauvin asked Lambil, illustrator of Spirou magazine, to continue the series. From then on, Lambil dedicated himself to these heroes and drew 47 albums over 35 years.

NOTE: You can support the author’s and publisher works by buying The Bluecoats from Cinebook.

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As we see below there are still several more to be published in English

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  • Les Tuniques Bleues HS 01 Arabesque
  • Les Tuniques Bleues HS 02 Retrouvailles
  • Les Tuniques Bleues HS 03 La Treve-1
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T01 Un chariot dans l’Ouest (1972)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T02 Du nord au sud (1972)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T03 Et pour quinze cents dollars en plus (1973)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T04 Outlaw (1973)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T05 Les déserteurs (1974)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T06 La prison de Robertsonville (1974) Same as Cinebook #01
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T07 Les bleus de la marine (1975) Same as Cinebook #02
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T08 Les cavaliers du ciel (1976) Same as Cinebook #03
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T09 La grande patrouille (1976)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T10 Des bleus et des tuniques (1976)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T11 Des bleus en noir et blanc (1977) Same as Cinebook #10
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T12 Les bleus tournent cosaques (1977)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T13 Les bleus dans la gadoue (1978) Same as Cinebook #07
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T14 Le blanc-bec (1979)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T15 Rumberley (1979) Same as Cinebook #05
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T16 Bronco Benny (1980) Same as Cinebook #06
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T17 El Padre (1981) Same as Cinebook #09
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T18 Blue Retro (1981) Same as Cinebook #08
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T19 Le David (1982)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T20 Black Face (1983)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T21 Les cinq salopards (1984)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T22 Des bleus et des dentelles (1985)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T23 Les cousins d’en face (1985)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T24 Baby blue (1986)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T25 Des bleus et des bosses (1986)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T26 L’or du Québec (1987)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T27 Bull Run (1987)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T28 Les bleus de la balle (1988)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T29 En avant l’amnésique (1989)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T30 La rose de Bantry (1989)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T31 Drummer Boy (1990)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T32 Les Bleus en Folie (1991)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T33 Grumbler et fils (1992)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T34 Vertes annees (1992)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T35 Captain Nepel (1993)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T36 Quantrill (1994)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T37 Duel dans la manche (1995)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T38 Les planqués (1996)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T39 Puppet blues (1997)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T40 Les hommes de paille (1998)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T41 Les bleus en cavale (1998)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T42 Qui veut la peau du Général (1999)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T43 Des bleus et du blues (2000)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T44 L’oreille de Lincoln (2001)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T45 Émeutes à New York (2002)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T46 Requiem pour un bleu (2003)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T47 Les Nancy Hart (2004)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T48 Arabesque (2005)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T49 Mariage a Fort Bow
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T50 La Traque (Spirou Hébdo)
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T51 Stark sous toutes les coutures
  • Les Tuniques Bleues T52B Des Bleus Dans Le Brouillard (Version Spirou)

Re-up of missing links & new content for Original Post; Thanks & Credits to the original content and links by Ojay, Zacharie, Addl. sources from bookgn, europeanclassiccomic, bookscomics;
There was also French content on the original post too which unfortunately didnt have working links, I can update if given links to the new content, or alternatively reply using French list as Bibliography guide. Previous content references also follow below
Zacharie wrote:Beautiful, Jay! The comics I grew up with. :) Thanks! Thumbs up and 50 WRZ$ from me!
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Ojay wrote:Added updates:

The Bluecoats 05: Rumberley

    After an even bloodier battle than usual, the Union army is out of men. But so are the Rebels, and General Alexander decides to retreat and come back with reinforcements quickly before the enemy can do the same. To move faster, he leaves his wounded—including Stark and Chesterfield—behind in the nearby town of Rumberley, in the care of its inhabitants and Corporal Blutch. But Rumberley’s a Rebel village…

      The American Civil War has never been so amusing. Raoul Cauvin and Willy Lambil have a knack for turning the miseries of war into a slapstick routine.” Penny Kenny (Comicsbulletin.com)
Ojay wrote:Added updates:

The Bluecoats 06: Bronco Benny (2013)

    General Alexander’s Union army is out of horses, and it is now facing none other than Robert E. Lee himself. To rebuild the Northern Cavalry before the coming battle, Blutch and Chesterfield are sent to buy new mounts, with the help of legendary horse trainer Ben “Bronco Benny” Wilcox. But, first, they’ll have to cross Rebel lines, face angry Indians, and deal with Benny’s fascination with a very special horse named “Traveller”…
Ojay wrote:Added French:

Les Tuniques Bleues
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    Un sergent bête et en quête de gloire, un acolyte un peu plus malin, mais lâche, se trouve entraînés dans la guerre de sécession, au sein de la cavalerie ! Drôle, et plutôt destiné à la jeunesse.
Ojay wrote:Added:

The Bluecoats 07 The Blues in the Mud (2014) (Cinebook) (digital)

While out on patrol, Blutch and Chesterfield encounter an unusual soldier: a woman wearing a Union uniform, who has come to join the army to look for her brother and uphold the family’s honour. Blutch is unconvinced, but the sergeant, won over by the combination of bravery and a pretty face, agrees to help her. That, however, means taking her along for Captain Stark’s demented charges – a prospect that could drive anyone to shirk their duty or desert…[/center]

Download Ompa-Pa Srs by Albert Uderzo and René Goscinny [Eng] (.CBR)

Ompa-Pa Series by Albert Uderzo and René Goscinny
Requirements: CBR Reader, 79.1 MB
Overview: The adventures of Ompa-pa (Oumpah-pah in French) (the name referring to a waltz), a Native American of the Flatfeet tribe, and his friend, the French officer Hubert Brussels Sprout (Hubert de la Pâte Feuilletée in French which translates as Hubert of Puff pastry), whom Ompa-pa calls Two-scalp, a reference to his wig.

The series is set in the eighteenth century during the age of French colonization in America. Ompa-pa is strong and quick, and loves to eat pemmican. He is an honest and trustworthy brave whose simple heroism is comparable to that of the more famous Asterix, whom Uderzo and Goscinny later created. Hubert Brussels Sprout, whom the Flatfeet initially hold as a prisoner, subsequently serves as a mediator between the Europeans and the Native Americans, and is also an ally against the tribe known as the Sockitoomee, the sworn enemies of the Flatfeet. When Brussels Sprout introduces Ompa-pa as his brother, his commanding officer remarks: "When madam the Marquise your mother hears about this…"
Genre: Comics, All Ages, Humour, Joke.

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Ompa-Pa / Oumpah-Pah

    René Goscinny story, writer
    Albert Uderzo artist, pencils
    Nicholas Fry translation
    Published by Dargaud, Lombard, Les Éditions Albert René, Egmont, 1961-1997.

      Oumpah-pah le Peau-Rouge (Ompa-pa the Redskin) is a comics series created by comics artist Albert Uderzo and comics author René Goscinny, best known as the creators of Asterix the Gaul. The series first appeared in the weekly Journal de Tintin in 1958 though it remained serialised for a relatively short time. The stories were published in book form by Lombard and Dargaud starting in 1961. In 1995, the series was reissued by Albert Uderzo’s own publishing house, Les Éditions Albert-René.

      Goscinny and Uderzo met in 1951 and were seated next to each other at the Paris office of World Press, where they first began their collaboration, inventing the characters Ompa-pa, Jehan Pistolet and Luc Junior. Ompa-pa was the very first character created by Uderzo and Goscinny, but initially failed to raise the interest of any publisher. While he was staying in the United States for professional reasons, Goscinny unsuccessfully tried to have the first version of the comic published in English (Harvey Kurtzman may have worked on the English translation.) The idea remained shelved for several years until the concept was adapted for publication in the comics magazine Tintin. The finished series made its debut on April 2, 1958.

      Goscinny and Uderzo ultimately decided to end the series early, in order to focus their energies on the more popular Asterix character.

      The series was published in English under the title Ompa-Pa in the UK in 1977–1978, in a translation by Nicholas Fry.

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Download Book of Sith by Daniel Wallace (.PDF)

Book of Sith: Secrets from the Dark Side by Daniel Wallace
Requirements: PDF Reader, 123 MB
Overview: In his quest for total domination, Darth Sidious compiled six legendary dark side texts detailing Sith history and philosophy by Sorzus Syn, Darth Malgus, Darth Bane, Mother Talzin, Darth Plagueis, and himself. Together these documents form the Book of Sith. Over the centuries, the texts were passed among Force users who left handwritten notes and annotations in the margins, including Darth Vader, Yoda, Mace Windu, and Luke Skywalker, among others. Collected by acclaimed Star Wars writer Daniel Wallace and embellished by numerous esteemed Star Wars illustrators, this volume introduces new characters and history, and delves deeper into understanding the philosophies and methods behind the dark side of the Force.
Genre: Comics | Science Fiction

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Download Rogue One—Cassian & K-2SO by Duane Swierczynski (.CBR)

Star Wars: Rogue One—Cassian & K-2SO by Duane Swierczynski, art by Fernando Blanco & Marcelo Maiolo, cover art by Julian Totino Tedesco
Requirements: .CBR reader, 48MB
Overview: Cassian Andor is one of the top intelligence agents in the ranks of the Rebel Alliance, ably assisted by his reprogrammed Imperial security droid, K-2SO. But naturally, the two weren’t always on the same side of the Galactic Civil War. Now, for the first time, read the story of the pair’s first contentious meeting! It is very likely not to go well.
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Download Kids Are Weird by Jeffrey Brown (.ePUB)

Kids Are Weird and Other Observations From Parenthood by Jeffrey Brown
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 34.6 mb
Overview: As he’s shown in his previous hugely popular books, Jeffrey Brown has a real gift for finding humor in quirky yet universal truths. Now the bestselling author of Darth Vader and Son and Vader’s Little Princess brings his witty comic observations to terrestrial parenting in this perceptive book celebrating the more surreal moments of raising a child. In charming colorful panels, Brown wryly illustrates his fiveyear- old son’s take on the world around him, from watching TV (“Elton John looks pretty in that shirt”) to playing with toys (“This truck can survive on very little water”) to odd requests (“Don’t feel happy at me”), capturing the sweetly weird times that mothers and fathers everywhere experience with their own curious, pure-minded kids.
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Kids Are Weird and Other Observations From Parenthood by Jeffrey Brown
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 34.6 mb
Overview: As he’s shown in his previous hugely popular books, Jeffrey Brown has a real gift for finding humor in quirky yet universal truths. Now the bestselling author of Darth Vader and Son and Vader’s Little Princess brings his witty comic observations to terrestrial parenting in this perceptive book celebrating the more surreal moments of raising a child. In charming colorful panels, Brown wryly illustrates his fiveyear- old son’s take on the world around him, from watching TV (“Elton John looks pretty in that shirt”) to playing with toys (“This truck can survive on very little water”) to odd requests (“Don’t feel happy at me”), capturing the sweetly weird times that mothers and fathers everywhere experience with their own curious, pure-minded kids.
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Download Hamlet, the Manga Edition by Adam Sexton et al (.PDF)

Shakespeare’s Hamlet: The Manga Edition (Wileys Manga Shakespeare) by William Shakespeare, Adam Sexton, Tintin Pantoja
Requirements: PDF Reader, 20.7 mb
Overview: The sudden death of the king, later revealed to be murder. The queen’s all–too–sudden remarriage to the king’s brother, the murderer. The grieving, suspicious Prince Hamlet. Supernatural visitations. Plots, leaks, and counterplots. Poisoned wine. A rigged sword fight. Revenge. With a four–page introduction and an abridged text that remains true to Shakespeare’s wording, setting, and time, this fast–paced, graphic manga edition gets you caught up in the conflicts and passions that make this one of Shakespeare’s most beloved tragedies.
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Download Wolverine: Dangerous Games by Gregg Hurwitz, et al (.CBR)

Wolverine: Dangerous Games by Gregg Hurwitz, Simon Spurrier, Rick Remender, Christopher Yost, Todd Dezago, Mike Carey, Macon Blair
Requirements: CBR Reader, 305.7 MB
Overview: It’s Wolverine as you’ve never seen him before! Watch the X-Men’s most dangerous member as he battles two-bit thugs and overfed Brit Aristos. Then, Wolverine faces down Nanny and Orphan-Maker, and lets former New X-Men member Trance in on all his secrets. And everyone knows that Wolverine is an expert tracker, but what about when he’s been blinded? The fighting Canadian must lead a vacationing family out of the woods using only his four remaining senses. Collects Wolverine Annual #1: Deathsong, Wolverine: Dangerous Games, Wolverine: Firebreak, Wolverine: Killing Made Simple.
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Wolverine vs. The Marvel Universe by Mark Gruenwald, Ann Nocenti, Jim Owsley, Peter David, Howard Mackie, Erik Larsen, Frank Tieri, Jonathan Maberry
Requirements: CBR Reader, 555.8 MB
Overview: Wolverine takes on all comers in a collection of his classic brawls with Marvel’s finest! Sparks fly as Adamantium claws strike Captain America’s shield! Wolverine and Daredevil battle over Bushwhacker! Spider-Man’s world is forever changed in an espionage thriller! Wolverine renews rivalries with a gray Hulk; has a nightmarish showdown with Venom; and tackles Avengers, New Warriors and more — but his mighty melee with Thor will be legendary! And in an incredible tale, Logan faces the entire Marvel Universe when a deadly plague transforms everyone — human and superhuman — into savage, cannibal predators. Who will make a stand against the endless slaughter? One word: SNIKT! Collects Captain America Annual #8, Daredevil (1964) #249, Spider-Man vs. Wolverine #1, Incredible Hulk (1968) #340, Wolverine (1988) 134, Wolverine vs. Thor #1-3, Marvel Universe vs. Wolverine #1-4 and material from Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #117-122.
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