What are the good cheap reads right now? We may be able to go outside again, but there’s always time to read. In this ongoing series, Superhero Hype takes a look at some of the better deals Amazon.com has running as of publication time. 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 what we consider some of the choicest deals for Jan 27.
Prepare for the new Disney+ Moon Knight series by reading up on the adventures of Marc Spector…that may or may not have actually happened. A mental patient with multiple personalities and a lifetime of records just might not be the Egyptian god hero he thinks. How much do we really know about this mysterious would-be hero?
In a post-apocalyptic future, the last surviving ninja turtle, no longer teenaged, continues the fight against evil. Friends become enemies, allies may be unexpected, and perhaps he’ll find out how this whole nasty future came about. Cowabunga?
What if Spider-Man aged in real time? This run follows Peter Parker from high school student in the ’60s through Vietnam, Marvel’s Secret Wars and Civil War, and a final mission at age 72.
Iron Man invites Deadpool to join the Avengers’ Samurai Squad, and Tokyo is going to suffer for it. In this manga title, Wade Wilson battles gods, suffers dismemberments, and generally wreaks havoc across Japan. Some paid vacation.
As Elektra takes over the mantle of Daredevil to fight crime, an imprisoned Matt Murdock suffers the side effects of an experimental compound to increase his aggression. Meanwhile, there’s a serial killer on the loose who can seemingly be in two places or more at once. But will the villains ultimately prefer the devil they know?
Can the frozen Han Solo be intercepted en route to Jabba’s palace aboard Boba Fett’s ship? Dengar and his partner Valance will certainly try. But maybe a stop at the Canto Bight casino first. (It’s way too early in the timeline for anyone to become Broom Boy’s parents, though.)
MCU fans know her as Goose, but in comics, she’s Chewie. Captain Marvel‘s cat/flerken is about to have some adventures on her own. She’ll encounter heroes like Iron Man and Spidey, as well as villains on the level of Galactus and Thanos. In the end, though, the truth will out: felines really do rule the universe!
“Ten astronauts. An imposter determined to kill them all. Welcome to the deadliest spaceship of all time.”
And perhaps the unlikeliest video game novelization of all time, too. No longer will you compete against other players to catch whoever the impostor is. This time, sit back, read, and see if the characters in the story figure it out first.
Based on the bestselling series of short stories, these Five Nights at Freddy‘s comics adapt three terrifying tales. Oswald, Sarah, and Oscar all have deeply held wishes, but a haunted pizza place is the wrong location to go looking. Hang on to those flashlights.
The Witcher Omnibus
Yes, that is a Mike Mignola cover. Inside, find further adventures of Geralt of Rivia, as portrayed in the video games. In addition to all the talents listed on that cover, it includes a bonus sketchbook section with images from the likes of Stan Sakai and Simon Bisley. With a few coins tossed off the list price, it can’t miss.