Wonder Woman Digital Comic Sale

As part of their massive September relaunch DC will be unleashing day and date releases, meaning you’ll be able to get your comics in print or digital form on the same day. Woo hoo! They also have a relatively new, but impressive array of issues from their back catalogue, and if you’re curious about the Amazon Princess, this weekend is the time to read about her. Official details below.

Beginning this Saturday at 12:01 am The WONDER WOMAN 101 digital comics will be on sale for only $0.99 each. Offering a comprehensive digital collection of all things WONDER WOMAN, the sale event covers her storied beginnings to her reimagination in the 80s to the most recent critically-acclaimed storylines ENDS OF THE EARTH, RISE OF THE OLYMPIAN, WARKILLER and CONTAGION. Don’t miss out on stories from WONDER WOMAN creator Dr. William Moulton Marston and writers and artists including George Pérez, Adam Hughes, Greg Rucka and Roy Thomas – after 48 hours all titles will go back to their regular price.

Check out her classic early appearances!

All-Star Comics #8

Sensation Comics #1-9

Wonder Woman Volume 1 #1-7

Discover how she was reimagined in the 1980s!

Wonder Woman Volume 2

• Gods and Mortals (issues #1-7)

• Challenge of the Gods (issues #8-14)

• Beauty and the Beasts (issues #15-19)

• Destiny Calling (issues #20-24)

Read her critically-acclaimed recent adventures!

Wonder Woman Volume 3

• Who is Wonder Woman? (issues #1-4)

• Love and Murder (issues #5-10)

• Amazons Attack (issues #11-13)

• The Circle (issues #14-19)

• Ends of the Earth (issues #20-25)

• Rise of the Olympian (issues #26-33)

• Warkiller (issues #34-39)

• Contagion (issues #40-44)

Wonder Woman #219

Wonder Woman #600-602

Explore her adventures with the Justice League!

JLA #1


Kingdom Come #1

DC: The New Frontier #1-6

Superman/Batman/Wonder Woman: Trinity #1-3

101 Batman Issues for 99 Cents

If you’re quick, you can get 101 issues of Batman for only 99c each from DC’s Digital Store. It’s a good way to ring in the New Year and those issues, from Batman #600 – #700 have some great stories including Bruce Wayne: Fugitive, the return of Jason Todd, and Batman: R.I.P.

You have until 11 p.m. EST, so go now!

Drawn and Quarterly Sale

Publisher Top Shelf just announced their huge sale. Now it’s Drawn and Quarterly’s turn. Let’s hope we get Fantagraphics or Oni Press doing the same tomorrow, to give us a nice hat trick.

Entry Level: September 2010

Hit the ground floor running with this selection covering a mass of genres for the discerning reader. If you’re tired of convoluted epics that make no sense to the newbie, these books will give you a good place to start, or add to, your graphic habit, whether they be the first issue of a new series, or a collection worthy of that lonely coffee table. Here’s a list of some of September’s best.




From Marvel’s Icon imprint comes the return of Ed Brubaker’s and Sean Phillips’ pulp masterpiece. Bad Influences follows Zack Overkill as he struggles to maintain his secret identity upon returning to the criminal underworld that birthed him.



I love everything writer/artist David Mack does. A true visionary of what comics can become, Kabuki is equal parts love letter and open challenge to the medium of sequential art. This is the first time Mack’s frantic and experimental tale of ninjas, memories and life and death has been in print for over a decade and this new deluxe treatment is the perfect place to see what all the fuss is about. Get it and you won’t regret it.



A 4 issue, bi-weekly mini-series focused on the newest Autobot, the Japanese and aptly named Drift. Written by All Hail Megatron scribe Shane McCarthy with art from Alex Milne, the series delves into Drift’s origin and the reasons why he turned his back on the Decepticons.



The follow-up to The Wonderful World of Oz, also by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young, this collection of the 8 issue sequel follows the well-known cast of Frank L. Baum’s masterpiece and also throws in Jack Pumpkinhead and Tip.



Yep, it’s that Mack fella again. His run on Daredevil transformed that long running series, and here he re-introduces Echo, also known as Maya Lopez, a deaf woman whose life gets entangled with the blind lawyer/crimefighter Daredevil. This Hard Cover gathers issues 51 to 55 of the series.


Top Cow

This is part of this year’s Pilot Season initiative that sees readers vote on their fave of 6 one-shots, with a new stand alone issue each week. From writer William Harms (the excellent Impaler) and new artist Jerry Lando comes this heist yarn about bank robbers facing a tough getaway, so they decide to kill everyone and see if that works.



Like the also-new Franklin Richards: Son of a Genius Ultimate Collection, this is one for the kids and also those with a knowledge of the Marvel Universe who don’t mind laughing at its crazy characters. Featuring the cuddly cartoon counterparts as seen in the TV series.


:01 First Second

Jen Wang’s delicate watercoloured book follows Jon, Faron and Koko as they search for, and discuss happiness, life and purpose. 300 pages of great art and emotionally engaging storytelling.



Wolvie is one of those characters who gets used so often that any appearance by him can bring a jaded roll of the eyes to any fanboy or girl. Occasionally however, something like this treasure will show up, restoring faith in the character. This handsome book collects Wolverine #66 – #72 and Wolverine: Giant Size Old Man Logan, which finally ended the much-loved tale. The story is from Mark Millar and Steve McNiven who know a great deal about high stakes superhero action, as seen in their equally awesome Civil War, and to a lesser extent, the recent Nemesis. Set in a depressing future in which superheroes are long gone, the now pacifist Wolverine must team up with blind archer Hawkeye and traverse dangers including Venom-ous dinosaurs and in-bred Hulks for a secret mission. Encapsulates what can make superhero comics so awesome.


GG Studio

This Italian publisher’s mature titles are now becoming available to the rest of us looking for something different. This sci-fi series follows Ethan Babylon, an amnesiac and accused killer, who’s stuck in an endless loop with a desire to solve his own murder.


Image Comics

The first volume of this anthology wowed readers with the talent of South East Asian creators on display. This second tome keeps the focus the same, with short tales covering war, sport, drama, fantasy and more in its more than 300 diverse pages.


BOOM! Studios

Howard Chaykin and Stephen Thompson present this collection of the mini-series that reveals the origins of cinematic hero and underdog cop, John McClane, in a gritty and tense tale set during New York’s Bicentennial celebration in 1976.

25 TO LIFE #1

12-Gauge Comics

From actor Eriq LaSalle (E.R.), Doug Wagner and Tony Shasteen comes this hard hitting new 3 ish mini-series about criminals teaming up with a new FBI unit to investigate crimes the crims are familiar with. This means a racist militia leader serving life in prison must now help solve the case of 3 murdered African American cops in Virginia.


Offering debut issues from relatively new series at the attractive price of $1 is becoming an industry norm, and it makes perfect sense for publishers to allow new readers to give a series a try at a very low cost. The latest company to take this incentive up is Dark Horse, and now you can grab some of their best #1s for just a buck as part of their 1 for $1 Program. The titles for September include Star Wars Legacy, Buffy, The Umbrella Academy, Serenity: Those Left Behind and more. September also sees Image re-release some of their fave debuts for $1, including Wanted, The Darkness and I Kill Giants, while October sees Elephantmen, Godland, Hack/Slash and more.


The 9th offering in DC’s superb line of animated films is based on the fan fave story from the Superman/Batman series by Jeph Loeb and the late, great Michael Turner, which re-introduced Superman’s cousin Kara, AKA Supergirl to the modern DC Universe. Tim Daly and Kevin Conroy return as the voices of the Man of Steel and The Dark Knight respectively, with Summer Glau as Supergirl and Andre Braugher as Darkseid, who wants to control Kara before she can learn to become a true heroine. As always, the film is available on DVD and Blu-Ray and contains an extra animated short film (this time focusing on Green Arrow) and a host of informative extras for those new to the DCU, including docos on Supergirl and The New Gods. A must have for fans of more mature animated superhero fare.

Another Massive Top Shelf Sale

Quite possibly my fave indie publisher Top Shelf is having another great sale until September 24. If you’re in the U.S or Canada it’s a must-do as postage is relatively cheap. For us international fans it is $50 but if you can pool your wish lists with other readers, it just might be worth it. Check out the complete list of cheap goodies here.

There’s a very impressive selection of $3 comics and OGNs such as Alan Moore’s Voice of the Fire novel, Volumes 1 and 2 of The Surrogates and That Salty Air.

$5 titles include Dodgem Logic (Alan Moore’s new magazine) and Super Spy Vol. 2 and you can also find Owly, American Elf, Far Arden, Moving Pictures, Dragon Puncher and so much more at all generously discounted prices. Have a look!

Poseur Ink Sale

Funky indie publisher Poseur Ink is having a liquidation sale. They have a huge range of discounted buttons, shirts and OGNs such as their Side A and Side B music anthologies. Check out all the goodies right here.

Top Shelf Sale During August

I’m not one to keep a good deal secret, so here you are: on-line retailer TFAW (Things From Another World) is chopping 20% off their books from great indie publisher Top Shelf for the month of August. I’m always keen to see what the Shelf produce, as they rarely steer me wrong. Blankets, The Surrogates, American Elf, Essex County, Swallow Me Whole and more all come from the diverse team at Top Shelf, so check them out I say!

100 Very Cheap Marvel TPBs

Thanks to Rich Johnston’s Bleeding Cool for this awesome cost saving heads up. It seems now at Amazon you can get your hands on 100 Marvel TPBs for around $15 and some great art books, such as Joe Quesada’s and Marko Djurdjevic’s for the same price. Wow. Perhaps Marvel are doing a stocktake or something. Whatever, the reason – strike now! There’s Old Man Logan, War of Kings, a bunch of Omniboo (love that word) such as The Death of Captain America, The Ultimates, The Invincible Iron Man, and more. There’s also a stack of classic runs like Secret Wars, Punisher Max, and unique collections including Criminal, Halo, Dark Tower, and Powers. Go now!

NBM Sale

NBM Publishing have another great sale on. Woo hoo! When they had their most recent one last year, I picked up quite a few bargains, such as The Acme Novelty Library, Missouri Boy and more. Check it out for a bunch of $3 comics!

Also coming from NBM in April is Brooke A Allen’s 208 pager A Home For Mr. Easter, which is described as a, “crazy energetic book by a refreshing new talent! Tesana has never really fit into anything before but her daydreams. But when making an attempt to connect to her peers by joining in a pep rally planning committee she suddenly discovers a little white rabbit that lays brightly colored eggs. Realizing that she may have found the real life Easter bunny, Tesana embarks on an epic quest in an effort to get him back to his natural habitat and into safe hands. However as she progresses on her fanciful journey she gains more and more undesired attention until the quest becomes an increasingly madcap race to stay ahead of greedy pursuers and find a safe place for her new friend…wherever that place may be. It’s Tesana against the world!”

Here’s a peek at the art, and you can see more at Brooke’s blog here.

Marvel’s Greatest And Cheapest Comics

DC Comics has been doing this for a while to promote new series and now Marvel is getting in on the act. This is  a great opportunity for the comic curious, or fanboys looking to get a start on some great recent  superhero series. Details below.

Start Here with Marvel’s Greatest Comics For Only $1.00!

Marvel is proud to announce the all-new Marvel’s Greatest Comics imprint, spotlighting Marvel’s most-acclaimed series with new printings of these must-read issues priced at only one dollar each! This bold new venture, launching in March 2010, offers a perfect jumping on point for new readers as well as provides retailers with a great low cost first chapter to some of the hottest selling Marvel Collected editions. And to really get things going, the first title from this line, Invincible Iron Man #1, is free!

“We’re proud of the books Marvel publishes and now not only are we giving retailers a great way to promote our top collections, but also giving consumers a chance to sample some of our top comics, maybe for the first time and at an unbeatable price,” said David Gabriel, Marvel Senior Vice-President of Sales & Circulation. “Marvel’s Greatest Comics represents one of the best values in comics today and with Free Comic Book Day only months after the initial launch, retailers will want to be well stocked.”

Retailers can check upcoming editions of the Marvel Mailer or with Diamond Customer Service to find out how they can qualify for the free copies.

The titles launching in March, at one per week, are:




March 24: THOR #1

March 31: PUNISHER MAX #1

Stay tuned for more details on Marvel’s Greatest Comics at www.marvel.com!

Gestalt Comics Sale

West Aussie publisher-done-good, Gestalt is having a sale. Now embrace capitalism and visit their site for some grand bargains! Rombies is out on December 15 and this black and white one-shot is filled with a great premise – zombies in the Roman empire. Plus it’s written by man-on-the-rise Tom Taylor from Star Wars: Invasion. I’ve seen a few pages and it really does look great.

For those that read Gestalt’s recent Flinch anthology, you’ll know Bobby N’s story was the highlight, and now you can pick up both of his volumes of Digested for only $13. Other recommendations would definitely be the 24 page The Example by Taylor and his Invasion artist, Colin Wilson. Yes, it’s just 2 people, a briefcase and an empty train station, but this is a widely praised suspense filled tale for a reason. A must buy.

There’s a few other goodies available too, and any would make excellent stocking stuffers. Christmas is closer than you think!

Huge NBM Sale

Publishers of unique books, NBM have an impressive sale on at the moment until November 15. Now those expecting cheap superhero comics will be disappointed, but if you like more arty fare from indie creators and international stars it’s defintely worth a look. From their blog:

*P. Craig Russell’s Opera adaptations: $4 for the paperbacks (normally $18!), $8 for the clothbound (normally $25).

*Ted Rall’s My War with Brian and 2024: $4, normally $10 and $16.

*Prado’s masterpiece Streak of Chalk: $4! normally $17!

*Mattotti’s amazing Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde: $4, normally $16.

*Peter Kuper’s Eye of the Beholder collections: $4, normally $11-12.

*Schuiten gorgeous art book The Book of Schuiten: $8! Normally $45!!

+ a number of books we are liquidating: House of Java, Raptors, Invisible Frontier. a Manara art book…

NOTE: We just ask you buy at least $32 worth of these sale books (ie. 8 paperbacks or 4 clothbound)

+ many books from Random House and First Second/Macmillan, including American Splendor volumes, Flight issues and books by Eddie Campbell, all at half price!

This runs out in a few weeks, act now. A great chance to grab some superb NBM and other pubs’ books at VERY low prices.

For the full list go here.



Drawn And Quarterly Sale

For all you penny pinchers out there (which I assume is all of us these days) diverse indie publisher Drawn and Quarterly is having a sale. The guys are cleaning out their warehouse and so a lot of stuff is discounted by 30-50%. It’s an online sale only and you can check out their impressive catalogue right here.

Drawn and Quarterly Web Sale

Atomic Comics Sale

U.S comics shop, Atomic Comics has a huge sale on this week for Labor Day. Make the most of it if you’re cashed up and comic curious.


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