Superhero Hype’s Best Amazon Book and Comic Deals for May Day

Superhero Hype’s Best Amazon Book and Comic Deals for May Day

What are some good cheap reads right now? We may be able to hang out again, but there’s always time to read. In this ongoing series, Superhero Hype takes a look at some of’s best deals at the time of publication. Please note that all offers are subject to change or sale at any time based on supply and demand. But as of now, these are what we consider some of the best deals for May Day.

Addicted to Paramount+ Halo series? Find out everything that die-hard fans say is wrong with the game’s universe. anyone to understand the arc of the Covenant.

Revisiting his 2004 autobiography, consisting of edited blog posts, star trek actor Wil Wheaton finds many faults in his youth. Now more at peace with who and where he is, he adds new comments to old entries and comes to terms with some of his more problematic memories.

As Wil Wheaton recontextualizes his life, Brent Spiner completely reinvents his, in this detective story set during and around the filming of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Some of them can be real autobiographies. Other parts are definitely not. Like Mr. Data, the actor has one hell of a poker face.

Go behind the scenes of Westview and discover the work of the real magicians who created the satirical sitcom corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With the Multiverse of Madness upon us soon, revisit Wanda’s journey to become the Scarlet Witch in great detail. Especially if your love for the show persists.

Robert Kirkman’s ironically named hero gets his ass kicked multiple times in this collection of adventures. Almost as bloody as The Walking Deadbut the popular characters mostly survive…until now.

Neo-Tokyo is about to explode, and so is your book-buying budget. All six volumes of the classic manga that inspired the hugely popular animated film are here. And for the first time, they are printed from right to left, Japanese style, with the original sound effects. Includes bonus art book and iron-on patch.

It’s cool to kick Frank Miller these days, when his take on the “damn” Batman has bordered on self-parody. But Batman: Year One deserves all the credit it gets, recounting the origin of Bruce Wayne’s crime-fighting days in a narrative that essentially defined canon. Matt Reeve’s recent film would be a very different thing without him.

Netflix may have canceled the animated movie, but all of the original comics may be right there on your shelf. Join the exiled Bone cousins ​​as they survive a valley full of monsters and trouble, over the course of a year.

Get ready for the new Disney+ moon knight series by reading the adventures of Marc Spector… which may or may not have happened. A mentally ill man with multiple personalities and a life of records may not be the hero of the Egyptian god he thinks. What do we really know about this mysterious budding hero?

In a post-apocalyptic future, the last surviving ninja turtle, who is no longer a teenager, continues the fight against evil. Friends become enemies, allies can be unexpected, and maybe he’ll find out how this whole future villain came about. Cowabunga?

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