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Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic #0-50 (2006-2010) Complete

Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic #0-50 (2006-2010) Complete
English | CBR | 51 Issues | 1.27 GB

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a 2006 monthly Star Wars comic book series published by Dark Horse Comics. It takes place in the same timeline as the video games of the same name, eight years prior to the first game.

Volume 1: Commencement
Thousands of years before Luke Skywalker would destroy the Death Star in that fateful battle above Yavin 4, one lone Padawan would become a fugitive hunted by his own Masters, charged with murdering every one of his fellow Jedi-in-training! From criminals hiding out in the treacherous under-city of the planet Taris, to a burly, mysterious droid recovered from the desolate landscape of a cratered moon, Padawan Zayne Carrick will find unexpected allies in his desperate race to clear his name before the unmerciful authorities enact swift retribution upon him!

Volume 2: Flashpoint (v. 2)
Nearly 4,000 years before the Death Star, fugitive Padawan Zayne Carrick's quest to clear his name for the alleged murder of his fellow Jedi-in-training brings him head to head with the galaxy's most feared fighting force - the Mandalorians! Along with a petty crook named Gryph and Elbee the grouchy droid, Zayne is a passenger aboard the Last Resort, a renegade ship piloted by the senile genius Camper and his fierce protector Jarael. Together, this motley crew will face kidnappings, hijackings, maniacal scientists, Mandalorian traitors, bumbling bounty hunting brothers, and a few really big explosions.

Volume 3: Days of Fear, Nights of Anger
Nearly 4,000 years before the Death Star, fugitive Padawan Zayne Carrick's quest to clear his name runs afoul of forces beyond his control-forces he and his friends have helped to unleash! Con-artist Gryph sees the Mandalorian Wars as a chance to make a quick credit, but Zayne sees a terrible tragedy on the horizon-one where only an act of self-sacrifice can save the ungrateful Republic! But the real key to the future of the galaxy may lie with none other than Zayne's fellow fugitives, the genius Camper and the beautiful Jarael, who have just fallen prey to the forces they've spent a lifetime running from! Collecting issues #13-18 of the ongoing comic book series

Volume 4: Daze of Hate, Knights of Suffering
Zayne Carrick joins forces with the same Masters who murdered his fellow Padawan in a desperate attempt to save the galaxy from the Mandalorians! Arkanian Lord Adasca holds the Republic and the Mandalorians hostage, offering a weapon of unrivaled power to the highest bidder, but not even Zayne and his former Master Lucien Draay can stop Adasca from unleashing unthinkable devastation in pursuit of profit. Then, back on Taris, Zayne finds himself allied with Master Raana Tey in a mission against the marauding Mandalorians - but Tey may be more interested in destroying Zayne than she is in saving the planet!

Volume 5
A terrible vision reaching far into the future alerts the secret Jedi Covenant to the importance of Taris, and they activate operative Celeste Morne. She encounters a monstrous threat, an ancient Sith artifact, an army of Mandalorians, and Zayne Carrick, the Padawan accused of killing his fellow students!

Volume 6: Vindication
Fugitive Padawan Zayne Carrick's quest to clear his name is finally concluded in this huge, novel-length volume! Zayne and his con-artist companion Gryph commit to exposing the dark actions of the secret Jedi Covenant. Doing so takes them not only to the homeworld of one of Zayne's murdering Masters, but into the most highly guarded place on the planet - a storehouse of Sith artifacts! But his days as a renegade won't end there! Zayne's search for justice will continue to Coruscant, where he'll confront his Master, Lucien Draay, and the members of the Jedi Covenant in a showdown that will end his days as a fugitive - one way, or another!

Volume 7 - Dueling Ambitions
Former Padawan - and former fugitive - Zayne Carrick is taking his life in a new direction. Along with his con-artist best friend Gryph; the beautiful, bold, and mysterious Jarael; and ex-Mandalorian warrior Rohlan; our bumbling yet lovable hero is ready to embark on the sort of adventures only possible in the Star Wars universe! In "Prophet Motive," it's a long-shot swindle gone wrong; in "Faithful Execution," it's a ghost ship and renegade droids; and in "Dueling Ambitions," it's combat sports and high-speed racing.

Volume 8 - Destroyer
Knights of the Old Republic: Destroyer begins with an untold chapter from the lives of Malak and Revan - stars of the Knights of the Old Republic video game! From there, it takes us to a death-defying shootout on the face of a comet and into the heart of one of the cruelest organizations in the galaxy - the Crucible. Former Padawan Zayne Carrick risks not just his life, but also his sanity, to help his friend Jarael face her dark past. Zayne may have set off for adventure, but what he finds are irreversible consequences for himself and his crew in a dangerous, unforgiving galaxy.

Volume 9 - Demon
Zayne and his con-artist partner Gryph are finally learning the truth about their fierce friend Jarael and the strange Mandalorian deserter Rohlan. Deception has been company to the foursome since Zayne's life as a fugitive banded them together. Now, as they have continued adventuring across the galaxy, light has shone on each of their pasts. Yet for one of Zayne's companions, a resurfacing past brings deadly peril - and he'll have to call in every favor he can if he hopes to save the day!
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ProAudio Review 2011 Full Year Collection

ProAudio Review 2011 Full Year Collection
English | PDF | 12 issues | 266.08 MB

ProAudio Review is the only U.S. professional audio magazine to focus on product reviews for all major niches. Each exclusive section covers: studio, live, contracting/installation, broadcast production, post-production and project studio.

Architecture DC 2011 Full Year Collection

Architecture DC 2011 Full Year Collection
English | True PDF | 4 issues | 102.3 MB

Architecture DC is a magazine for enthusiastic consumers of architecture and design, whether residential, commercial, institutional or governmental. Created by the Washington Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA|DC), the magazine promotes the work of AIA|DC members, brings attention to new trends in home furnishings and previews forthcoming new architecture.

Kenny Burrell - Jazzmen Detroit (1956)

Kenny Burrell - Jazzmen Detroit (1956) [Remastered 1992]
EAC rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | Full Scans | 200 Mb (Incl. Recovery)
Genre ~ Bop, Hard Bop, Cool | Label ~ Savoy Jazz-Japan/COCB-53953
This Savoy CD lists Kenny Burrell as session leader, but it is clearly a group effort that could easily have been attributed to Pepper Adams or pianist Tommy Flanagan. Burrell has the edge, though, in writing credits with the contribution of two tunes: the quietly assured "Your Host" and the bluesy, hard bop line "Tom's Thumb." Adams offers his leisurely, sophisticated "Apothegm" to the date. Flanagan, for his part, is pure elegance, subtlety, and swing. With the exception of drummer Kenny Clarke, all the players hail from the motor city. Coming up through the same hometown music scene may help account for the fine group interplay. It's also apparent the musicians had the luxury of working through these six tunes before sitting down to record. The result does full justice to the fine writing and arranging and allows for thoughtfully developed improvisations. Ensemble entries are crisp and assured, as are the entrances by all soloists. Burrell favors a dry, clean attack here, while Adams reins in his more full-throated tendencies. Clarke, Flanagan, and bassist Paul Chambers support with consummate taste. The overall mood may be a bit too polite, but this remains a classy, near classic performance. There's no padding, although, at 33 minutes, the running time is brief. The sound recording is excellent. ~ AllMusic
01. Afternoon in Paris (Lewis) - 5:52
02. You Turned the Tables on Me (Alter-Mitchell) - 4:41
03. Apothegm (Adams) - 5:23
04. Your Host (Burrell) - 5:17
05. Cottontail (Ellington) - 5:32
06. Tom's Thumb (Burrell) - 6:37


Kenny Burrell - guitar
Tommy Flanagan - piano
Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone
Paul Chambers - bass
Kenny Clarke - drums

Recorded in April 30 (#4-6) and May 9 (#1-3), 1956.


Oggi Cucino - Gennaio 2012

Oggi Cucino - Gennaio 2012
Italian | PDF | 76 Pages | 110 Mb

Forno & Fantasia N.1 - Gennaio 2012

Forno & Fantasia N.1 - Gennaio 2012Italian | 27 Pages | PDF | 63.68 Mb