For comics fans, Black Friday was only the warm-up, as a number of companies are also holding sales today for Cyber Monday. From graphic novels and digital comics to art books and superhero-themed apparel, there's likely something to be found for the fan in your life (even if that means picking up a little something for yourself).
Most of the deals end at midnight tonight, so don't procrastinate. And if you're aware of a a Cyber Monday sale we missed, let us know in the comments.
• Marvel has undertaken its own roundup, highlighting deals from its partners. In addition, this week a subscription to Marvel Unlimited is just 75 cents for the first month for new or former subscribers (it's usually $9.99).
• You have until 11:59 p.m. PT to take advantage of Image Comics' big Cyber Monday sale: 50 percent off all digital titles on the publisher's online storefront.
• As we noted last week, Vertigo is marking Cyber Monday with digital editions of the first collected volumes of 23 titles — from The Sandman to 100 Bullets to Promethea — for $4.99 each. DC Comics' Black Friday deal -- 750 Batman digital issues for 99 cents each -- also bleeds into today.
• Not content with a single Cyber Monday sale, digital comics platform comiXology is juggling four: 50 percent off 100 comiXology Submit titles; read Marvel's entire Infinity epic for $49.99 (or select individual issues for 99 cents each); the aforementioned Vertigo collected editions deals; and 50 percent off the entire line of Action Lab Entertainment comics.
• Fantagraphics continues its holiday sale, with 30 percent off nearly all of its 2014 releases and current preorders (The Complete Zap Comix, The Emperor's New Clothes and Fukitor are excluded from the offer).
• UDON Entertainment is trying to clear out some warehouse space by offering deep discounts at UDONStore.com on such older titles as Street Fighter II Ultimate Edition, Darkstalkers The Ultimate Edition, Apple Vol. 1 and Robot Vol. 5.
• TwoMorrows Publishing's holiday sale -- 50 percent off all comics-related books and magazines -- ends today.
• At Books-A-Million, you can buy two Marvel graphic novels and get one for free.
• SuperHeroStuff, is offering discounts on superhero-themed clothing and accessories ranging from hoodies and underwear to hats and belts.
• WeLoveFine, which boasts a wide selection of comics-themed apparel, is selling all T-shirts at a 25 percent discount.