ComiXology is ending the week by launching a new up to 67% off Spider-Man digital graphic novel sale priced from under $1. Amongst all of the price cuts, a perfect place to get started would be with Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1: Back To Basics at $2.99. Typically fetching $9, today’s offer is matching our previous mention for the all-time low on a digital copy and amounts to 67% in savings. This 149-page graphic novel throws you into Peter Parker’s origin story in a more unique way than most Spider-Man fans are probably familiar with. Head below for all of our top picks from the Spider-Man sale, as well as deals on Silk comics and more.
Other notable price cuts include:
- Spider-Man 2099 Companion: $6 (Reg. $17)
- Friends And Foes: $3 (Reg. $9)
- Hunted: $8 (Reg. $20)
- 2099 Alpha: $1 (Reg. $2)
- and even more…
Fitting in well with today’s Spider-Man sale, ComiXology is also dishing out a collection of Silk graphic novels priced from $1. As one of the latest Marvel comic book heroes slated to be making the jump to the big screen, Silk is a vigilante counterpart to the friendly neighborhood web-slinger that most fans have come to know. So before her MCU debut, be sure to shop all of the deals on today’s sale.
Then go hit up our media guide for even more ways to expand your reading list. This morning, we spotted a series of top-rated non-fiction Kindle eBooks from $1 in Amazon’s Gold Box, which is joined by ongoing discounts on other digital comic books. You’ll of course want to dive into all of our new book recommendations for October, as well.
Amazing Spider-Man synopsis:
It’s a new beginning for the Amazing Spider-Man! Peter Parker’s life is turned upside down when a revelation from the past puts his job, relationships and whole life in jeopardy! And as if that’s not enough, Spidey must deal with an alien invasion (with a mysterious twist), a new roommate (who’s secretly the villainous Boomerang), new wrinkles in his love life — and a dangerous new enemy! But are you ready for…Peter Parker vs. Spider-Man? Someone out there is impersonating Peter…but why?
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