Now there's a HUGE IDW bundle:
There are a number of things I haven't read. But getting the whole Joe Hill Locke & Key series and all of the Darwyn Cooke Parker books would have been enough.
Little Digital Comics Discount!
For the next 3 days, if you use the code CMXFBK25 at checkout, you'll get $2 off your Comixology order (of at least $5). You can probably combine this discount with the current Jodorowski sale, DC rebirth sale, Aftershock sale, or something else. (I didn't double up on a sale -- I bought the first three issue of Arion instead.)
I just tried this on the Comixology.UK site...unfortunately doesn't work for 'this site' but thsnaks for the info - it was worth a try.
Aw, sorry to hear that!
Through the end of the month, Dark Horse is having a sale on its mysteries.There are a couple of ones that interest me -- Dead Inside, about a murder in a prison (one I'm not sure I'm going to buy as I'm writing a book with a similar premise), and Weird Detective, which is an alien masquerading as a cop, Martian Manhunter-style.
But the one I urge YOU to get is Resident Alien: The Man With No Name. Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse continue their series about an alien trying to live incognito as a small-town doctor that solves mysteries. It's Northern Exposure meets The X-Files meets Diagnosis: Murder. It's consistently one of my absolute favorite books. And it's just a buck an issue! It's a four-part story, so it'll set you back $4.
Not only is Comixology having a sale on the early issues of DC's Rebirth line this week, but also they're running a sale on Dynamite's James Bond comics, which look awfully good. (Bond was relaunched at Dynamite with two series by Warren Ellis and Jason Masters, the collections of which are $4.99 each.)
There's another Top Shelf offer on Humble Bundle. I went all in even though I owned some of them already. I'll just borrow Top Shelf''s description:
Erin Nations' powerfully personal Gumballs, Nate Powell's Eisner-Award-winning Swallow Me Whole, Jeff Lemire's heartbreaking Essex County, Jennifer Hayden's profoundly moving The Story of My Tits, Alan Moore & Kevin O'Neill's jaw-dropping League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Robert Venditti & Brett Weldele's bestselling The Surrogates, Alex Robinson's beloved Box Office Poison, Shannon Wheeler's hilarious Sh*t My President Says: The Illustrated Tweets of Donald J. Trump, Eddie Campbell's life-changing Alec: The Years Have Pants [that's the omnibus with the entire brilliant autobiographical comic series]
I have a number of those -- that's a really great collection, there.