The great eye of Amazon digital comics sales has finally swept from Marvel Comics to DC. The retail giant has a huge swath of digital DC Comics collections for sale until January first, so snap them up while the going is good.
The digital comics can be read on Kindle, or opened on a Comixology account. Most of the books are listed at a sale price of five dollars, 75 percent off of their usual $19.99 price.
Midnighter and Apollo is a “toweringly hopeful queer revenge anthem about the world’s biggest badass taking a magic candle portal to Hell to recover the soul of his dead superpowered boyfriend from the devil himself.”
I called Doom Patrol: Brick by Brick “wildly surreal, full of heart, beautifully colored and inventively drawn.”
And I said that “if you want to know why comics people won’t ever shut up about Kirby, grab” Mister Miracle by Jack Kirby.
But there’s more beyond just that list. For example, I forgot that Wonder Woman: Year One, the best retelling of the character’s origin story since 1987, came out this year — and I’m kicking myself for not including it.