If you’re not keeping up with Humble Bundle, you’re missing some stupefying deals (I’ve made a few purchases myself, and to say that I’ve been pleased with my purchases is a huge understatement). These guys are practically giving away hundreds of comics, and there are some absolutely amazing titles in their bundles.
Dig books like The Shadow, Splinter Cell, Justice Inc., Shaft, Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Ghoul Goblin or The Twilight Zone? Then you should head over to the official Humble Bundle page and drop a few bucks in exchange for a few thousand pages of brilliance!
Here’s a little more information from the press release:
Dynamite Entertainment again partners with Humble Bundle for one of the most jam-packed collections of comics and prose yet! This latest offering features some of the biggest authors in the publisher’s catalog, giving readers approximately $250 in content for a fraction of the cover price for fans to PAY WHAT THEY WANT for each bundle, and introduce themselves to Dynamite’s library of literary titles!
“It’s always a lot of fun to work with our good friends over at Dynamite,” says Kelley Allen, Director of Books at Humble Bundle. “This promotion is chock-filled with mega star authors, artists and creators to the hilt!”
“Dynamite has been incredibly fortunate to work with some of the greatest names in fiction,” says Dynamite CEO/Publisher Nick Barrucci. “This year marks the fifth anniversary of New York Times Bestseller Charlaine Harris’ first-ever graphic novel adaptation of her series, Grave Sight, as well as the anniversary of Dean Koontz’s incredibly suspenseful graphic novel adaptation of Fear Nothing. We wanted to mark the occasion by gathering together the work of numerous phenomenal writers into one great bundle, titles like Shaft: A Complicated Man (the 2015 Glyph Award winner by writer David Walker) and Legends of Red Sonja (a celebration of so many sensational authors, spearheaded by the talented Gail Simone). This will give fiction fans a low-cost way to check out Dynamite’s wide catalog of literary all-stars, and all in support of three charitable organizations: the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and Doctors Without Borders.”