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Humble Bundle Books 77p - Dark Horse Comics 30th Anniversary

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The Humble Comics Bundle: Dark Horse 30th Anniversary Coming at you like a Dark Horse. Dark Horse Comics and Humble Bundle have teamed up to celebrate the comic publisher’s 30th anniversary. Check … Read More
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The Humble Comics Bundle: Dark Horse 30th Anniversary

Coming at you like a Dark Horse. Dark Horse Comics and Humble Bundle have teamed up to celebrate the comic publisher’s 30th anniversary. Check out this collection of mane titles from their long rein, with whinny – er, many great years ahead!

Pay $1 or more for Adventures into the Unknown Archives Volume 1, Aliens vs. Predator: Thrill of the Hunt, Captain Midnight Volume 1: On the Run, Conan Volume 1: The Frost-Giant's Daughter and Other Stories, Cravan Mystery Man of the Twentieth Century, Crime Does Not Pay Archives Volume 1, Cut, Dark Horse Heroes Omnibus Volume 1, Ghost Omnibus Volume 1, X Omnibus Volume 1, Project Black Sky: Secret Files, and SpyBoy Volume 1: The Deadly Gourmet Affair.

Pay $8 or more and you’ll also receive The Secret, Two Past Midnight, Usagi Yojimbo: Yokai, Chronicles of Conan Volume 1: Tower of the Elephant and Other Stories, Skyman Volume 1: The Right Stuff, Mass Effect Volume 1: Redemption, Dark Matter Volume 1: Rebirth, Itty Bitty Mask, SpyBoy Volume 2-3, and Father's Day.

Pay $15 or more for all of that plus Ghost Volume 1: In the Smoke and Din, Ghost/Hellboy Special, Deep Gravity, Empowered Volume 1, Milk and Cheese: Dairy Products Gone Bad, MIND MGMT Volume 1: The Manager, Plants vs Zombies: Timepocalypse, Predator: Prey to the Heavens, The Massive Volume 1: Black Pacific, The Goon: Volume 6: Chinatown, and King Tiger.
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#1
All over this.
Went on holiday a few weeks back and read Wytches, Trees and Stray Bullets from a previous humble bundle. First time I'd ever read a comic and I was blown away. I'm on the lookout for a 12" HD tablet now if anyone can recommend one.
#2
EportJake
All over this.
Went on holiday a few weeks back and read Wytches, Trees and Stray Bullets from a previous humble bundle. First time I'd ever read a comic and I was blown away. I'm on the lookout for a 12" HD tablet now if anyone can recommend one.
Yeah I went for years without reading a comic before the humble bundles, now I buy every one and I've even picked up adaptations of some of my favourite authors books(Arronovitch and Butcher), I also really enjoyed the Star Trek comic bundle they did the recent ones are excellent, and the Fathom series is great. You still couldn't pay me to read a Marvel or a DC those are just convoluted nonsense still best suited to teenagers, but Dark Horse, Image etc. have proper comics and graphic novels for adults and they are fantastic.

As to a good reader well it's pricey, but I have a surface book and it is absolutely the perfect thing for reading these, although you would probably do just as well with a cheaper but still good regular surface, the book just edges out because it has that amazing screen.
#3
EportJake
All over this.
Went on holiday a few weeks back and read Wytches, Trees and Stray Bullets from a previous humble bundle. First time I'd ever read a comic and I was blown away. I'm on the lookout for a 12" HD tablet now if anyone can recommend one.

You don't really need a 12'' tab. I read fine on my 10.1'' Nexus 10 with comicrack as it scales the comics to fit. Avoid ipads as the aspect ratio doesn't work that well with comics.
#4
pannan
EportJake
All over this.
Went on holiday a few weeks back and read Wytches, Trees and Stray Bullets from a previous humble bundle. First time I'd ever read a comic and I was blown away. I'm on the lookout for a 12" HD tablet now if anyone can recommend one.
You don't really need a 12'' tab. I read fine on my 10.1'' Nexus 10 with comicrack as it scales the comics to fit. Avoid ipads as the aspect ratio doesn't work that well with comics.

I disagree...been using Ipads for years (Original Ipad, Ipad 2, Ipad 3, Ipad 4 and now Air 2 lol)...only thing I read them on (retina screens make all the difference).
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pannan
EportJake
All over this.
Went on holiday a few weeks back and read Wytches, Trees and Stray Bullets from a previous humble bundle. First time I'd ever read a comic and I was blown away. I'm on the lookout for a 12" HD tablet now if anyone can recommend one.
You don't really need a 12'' tab. I read fine on my 10.1'' Nexus 10 with comicrack as it scales the comics to fit. Avoid ipads as the aspect ratio doesn't work that well with comics.
I disagree...been using Ipads for years (Original Ipad, Ipad 2, Ipad 3, Ipad 4 and now Air 2 lol)...only thing I read them on (retina screens make all the difference).

The point I'm making is the aspect ratio, 4:3 on an ipad, doesn't suit comic book reading that well.
Also, retina is just marketing bs - any screen with a ppi of over 300 could be considered retina, Apple or otherwise.
#6
pannan
defard
pannan
EportJake
All over this.
Went on holiday a few weeks back and read Wytches, Trees and Stray Bullets from a previous humble bundle. First time I'd ever read a comic and I was blown away. I'm on the lookout for a 12" HD tablet now if anyone can recommend one.
You don't really need a 12'' tab. I read fine on my 10.1'' Nexus 10 with comicrack as it scales the comics to fit. Avoid ipads as the aspect ratio doesn't work that well with comics.
I disagree...been using Ipads for years (Original Ipad, Ipad 2, Ipad 3, Ipad 4 and now Air 2 lol)...only thing I read them on (retina screens make all the difference).
The point I'm making is the aspect ratio, 4:3 on an ipad, doesn't suit comic book reading that well.
Also, retina is just marketing bs - any screen with a ppi of over 300 could be considered retina, Apple or otherwise.

(Rolls eyes) There's always one who likes to hate (apple, Microsoft, Android, Zx Spectrums etc) rather than provide constructive feedback. The point I was making was that the aspect ratio has no impact on comic reading at all on an Ipad. Been doing it for years, not bought a paper version since (bar the judge dredd collection for the kids) and as a comic reader of over 35 years I'm pretty qualified to have an opinion.
The retina comment was to let people know that it's a great experience these days not 'buy apple'...Although now to bring karmic balance to the universe I have to say 'Buy Apple' Lol
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defard
pannan
defard
pannan
EportJake
All over this.
Went on holiday a few weeks back and read Wytches, Trees and Stray Bullets from a previous humble bundle. First time I'd ever read a comic and I was blown away. I'm on the lookout for a 12" HD tablet now if anyone can recommend one.
You don't really need a 12'' tab. I read fine on my 10.1'' Nexus 10 with comicrack as it scales the comics to fit. Avoid ipads as the aspect ratio doesn't work that well with comics.
I disagree...been using Ipads for years (Original Ipad, Ipad 2, Ipad 3, Ipad 4 and now Air 2 lol)...only thing I read them on (retina screens make all the difference).
The point I'm making is the aspect ratio, 4:3 on an ipad, doesn't suit comic book reading that well.
Also, retina is just marketing bs - any screen with a ppi of over 300 could be considered retina, Apple or otherwise.
(Rolls eyes) There's always one who likes to hate (apple, Microsoft, Android, Zx Spectrums etc) rather than provide constructive feedback. The point I was making was that the aspect ratio has no impact on comic reading at all on an Ipad. Been doing it for years, not bought a paper version since (bar the judge dredd collection for the kids) and as a comic reader of over 35 years I'm pretty qualified to have an opinion.
The retina comment was to let people know that it's a great experience these days not 'buy apple'...Although now to bring karmic balance to the universe I have to say 'Buy Apple' Lol


Oh, now I understand! Anything YOU say is constructive but when others have an opinion that differs from yours it is seen as Fan boyism or Apple bashing. May be use 1 of those ipads of yours to look up what ' constructive feedback' means.

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