Some people say that if you like DC graphic novels and heroes that you cannot like Marvel graphic novels and heroes. To that I say, the hell I can’t! I’m sorry but I simply cannot choose, because there are characters in both companies that I really enjoy and have been enjoying since I was a kid.
Favorite DC Characters
Batman – duh
Favorite Marvel Characters
I guess if you had to pick by numbers and considering I could have added another 20 characters to Marvel, I would lean more towards Marvel but… I don’t want to choose and you can’t make me!
I have a very very very bad addiction and fascination to Wolverine, Iron Man and Hulk though hahaha. I’ll get into that later.
The point of this blog was to give you some really kickass discounts for DC graphic novels. I did one earlier for Marvel and I don’t want to pick sides, so this one goes out to all you DC fans. There are some really good deals going on right now, so make sure you check the list out below.
Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
Harley Quinn’s Greatest Hits
Batman and Robin Vol. 7: Robin Rises
Superman: Last Son of Krypton
Before Watchmen: Nite Owl/Dr. Manhattan
Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three Vol. 1
Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Blood (The New 52)
Deathstroke (2014-2016) Vol. 2: God Killer
The Joker: Death of the Family
Green Lantern Vol. 1: No Fear
Batman: The Complete Hush
Batman vs. Superman: The Greatest Battles
Birds of Prey Vol. 1: Trouble in Mind
For the entire list, check this link out. You have something like 1000 DC graphic novels on sale. They start at around $0 and go up to $39 for a Green Arrow Deluxe Edition DC Graphic novel. That might seem like a lot considering its just one of those everyday DC graphic novels. But I could see spending $39 on this one for the sheer quality of work. Its a massive 400+ pages long and $39 for the Kindle version. The hard cover is less expensive, but I kind of understand why. I mean its cheaper, believe it or not, to print a book than it is for a website to “store” a Kindle book this big. it takes up a lot of space.
While the Kindle edition is cool because you can read it anywhere, I am partial to the hardcover. The amount of work and quality illustrations that went into it were over the top cool. Seriously, check this out: