Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Graphic novels for as low as $1?!

Top Shelf's page announcing the sale.

It's too good to be true, and yet it is! Top Shelf - one of the more artsy, literary comics publishers in the US - has apparently hit a bit of a speed bump, thanks to the less-than-pleasant economy. To make it easier for them to produce the next batch of comics masterpieces, they've set up a ginormous sale.

Through September 23rd, nearly 200 graphic novels and comic books from their catalog are going on sale. The price reductions vary depending on hardcover/softcover, page count, and so on, but generally speaking they're all really sweet deals. The most expensive item on the list is $35, while over 100 separate books are as low as $3 or $1.

Top Shelf produces some incredible stuff, much of it perfect for readers stepping into the medium for the first time - especially those who enjoy "indie"-style stuff in other mediums such as film and music. They've also got a healthy selection of fantastic children's comics for the discerning junior reader.

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