Christmas is over, but the comics deals continue

by  in Comic News Comment
Christmas is over, but the comics deals continue

Although the United States has never really embraced the Boxing Day tradition, Americans do like a good sale. So it’s lucky for comics fans the world over that a handful of publishers are offering some post-Christmas deals.

• Dark Horse Digital continues its “2013 #1s Sale” through Dec. 29, with the debut issues of such titles as The Black Beetle: No Way Out, B.P.R.D.: Vampire, Itty Bitty Hellboy and Star Wars available for download for 99 cents.

• DC Entertainment is offering digital versions of its 25 essential graphic novelsAll-Star Superman, Batman: Year One and the first volumes of The Sandman, American Vampire and Y: The Last Man, among them — for $5.99 each through Jan. 2.

• At comiXology, you can find the digital collection of the entire Locke & Key series by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez for $44.99 (or half price on nearly all of the individual issues and volumes) through Dec. 29. Also: Marvel NOW! titles are available for 99 cents each through Jan. 2.

Image Comics has slashed prices in its digital store by 50 percent through Dec. 28.

• Today only, NBM Publishing has discounted digital editions of Rick Geary’s Madison Square Tragedy: The Murder of Stanford White and Renaud Dillies’ Bettie Blues to $3.99.

• UDON Entertainment’s Boxing Day Sale continues through Friday with deep discounts on such books as Marvel Vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works and Street Fighter II Ultimate Edition, 50 percent off all comics, 75 percent off all posters, and more.