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Newest Humble Comics Bundle offers some of 2015's best comics for 94 percent off

For heaven's sake buy this and pour it into your eyeballs.

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Bitch Planet, ODY-C and Wytches were numbers one, five and eight on our list of the best comics of 2015, and you can pick all of them up (and more than twenty others besides) for a cool $20 in the latest Humble Books bundle.

Humble Bundle puts the total retail price on the bundle at $334, with more comics yet to be announced. As per usual, the pay-what-you-want site has separated the sale's offering's into three tiers. Users can pay what they want for ODY-C, VirgilSelf-ObsessedNo MercyPhonogramWolfKaptaraSunstoneWytches, and a bundle of previews and first issues of other series.

If you pay more than the average price that people are paying for the bundle (around $16 at the writing of this post), you'll also receive Outcast By Kirkman & AzacetaJust the TipsSaga Vol. 4, InjectionTreesJupiter's CircleRat Queens Special: Braga #1 and Nowhere Men. Finally, $20 or more will complete the bundle with Stray Bullets #1-41, Invincible Compendium (Issues #1-47), Wayward Deluxe EditionBitch Planet, and Low.

Notable series here include (but are not limited to) Matt Fraction and Christian Ward's ODY-C, Steve Orlando's gay action-revenge story Virgil, Phonogram (required reading for anyone who enjoys The Wicked + The Divine), Chip Zdarsky's queer space adventure Kaptara, Scott Snyder and Jock's parental horror-fest Wytches, Just the Tips (the sex tips spinoff of Sex Criminals), Mark Millar's Jupiter's Circle, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's Bitch Planet and no less than two books from the superlative Warren Ellis.

As usual for Humble Bundle sales, a portion of the proceeds can go to charity, in this case the LGBTQ advocacy and lobbying group the Human Rights Campaign.

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