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.
Didn't want to wait for my weekly Comixology post to point this out -- right now, through Monday, 2/12, DC is having a big Len Wein sale.A lot of collected editions, and a lot of single issues Len wrote (and maybe some he edited) throughout his career. Swamp Thing, Justice League, Batman, Deadman, Human Target, and more!
"For a limited time" -- so who knows what that means -- Marvel is offering recent collections on Comixology for 99 cents apiece. Not single books, but collections. So you can get all of Secret Empire for 99 cents. All of Tom King's The Vision for 99 cents. This is a pretty amazing sale-- you might want to check it out.
DC is having a 60% off sale for its books on Comixology right now, where if you use the code DC60, you get 60% off the DC items in your cart. They're ALSO having a big sale on Sandman books through the end of the month. And apparently the code works on them, too. So if you feel like getting the whole run of Sandman for $20, now's your chance.
If anyone's interested in the new Stumptown tv show with Cobie Smulders, all four volumes of the Greg Rucka-written series are on sale at Comixology right now. (Through Oct. 7)