Prime Day Countdown 2021: Superhero Hype’s Best Amazon Books/Comics Deals
Amazon Prime Day is coming! Forget the old cliche of hating Mondays; this upcoming one is the day to score some excellent deals. Because Black Friday is a long way away, and because some folks still worry about lifted restrictions outside, the slew of online deals offer a perfect opportunity to grab that major item at a massive discount. And while doing that, maybe pick up some reading material, too. What are the good cheap reads right now? We may be able to go outside again, but there’s always time to read. Please note that all deals are subject to change or sell out at any time based on supply and demand. But as of now, these are the best Amazon books/comics deals pre-Prime Day.
Issues 1-41 of the Eisner award-winning series get collected here. When Snow White’s sister Rose Red is killed, it’s up to the former Big Bad Wolf to solve the crime. In a secret Fabletown hidden in modern New York, what will the ramifications be?
Hellboy and his crew fights Cthulhu-esque monsters and demons, taking one last stand for humanity against the forces of the apocalypse. Are they truly the last hope? Aw, crap!
The Fifty-Year Mission: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Star Trek: The First 25 Years
Executives, creators, cast and crew hold nothing back as they tell their own sides of the story of Star Trek. Read behind-the-scenes anecdotes you’ve never heard, and learn tidbits Paramount and CBS might not necessarily want heard. All in the service of revealing how an epic pop culture universe was created, and has endured for over half a century.
In the Eisner-winning superhero saga, powered heroes find themselves in a strange setting: a mysterious farm from which they cannot escape. At least, that is, until a stranger comes calling, hoping to summon them one last time for a huge adventure.
A rift in reality brings the Dark Knight into the world of Fortnite, where he’s arguably the least bizarre-looking character. But with no memories of who he is or how he got there, can he save the Multiverse?
Now that the Netflix show is out, explore the original comic series about animal-human hybrids in a post-apocalyptic world. But be warned: the TV series significantly toned down the material to be more kid-friendly.
Saga: Compendium One
The epic tale of a child named Hazel, born of parents from opposite sides of a massive intergalactic war. Initially compared to both Star Wars and Game of Thrones, Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples’ Saga is designed specifically to never be adapted to any other medium and remain a comic. So instead of holding out for such false hopes, read it in its only form now.
Their weirdness has been exposed for the world to see on HBO Max. Now delve deeper into Grant Morrison’s comics, as Robotman, Crazy Jane, the Chief and more fight the Scissormen, who threaten to engulf reality. And knowing this team, they may not prevail.
Anti-Eternia He-Man threatens to engulf all of space and time, destroying every dimension. It’s up to various incarnations of He-Man from different realities to band together and stop him. But the only one who can save the day might be the He-Man whose secret identity is Prince Keldor, the man who once became Skeletor.