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Such a great deal. It's so tempting to buy. Many times I came closed to placing the order. The price is almost too good to pass up.

But after much thought (and consternation at my own indecisiveness), I decided not to buy. Ten hardcover books will take up significant space (I'm in an apartment). And I don't care about collecting. After I've read something I'm never going to return to it. And so I would rather save space and read them on the iPad (which is a better experience anyway; just personal opinion; I know many comic book fans or print media loyalists will disagree).

Those of you who don't care about owning physical copies, and just want to read a comic book story and move on, I would recommend looking into DC universe instead. One year subscription is around $60 or $65 (when on sale). I realize it's more expensive than $40 print volumes. But in return you get an almost endless comic book library (albeit just for the time you have the subscription) and many streaming TV shows/movies. It doesn't have every title - i couldn't find some of the books on this sale there. But that's really a moot point for me; their library is already unfathomably large that not having the odd title is forgivable.

Just thought I'll give a counterpoint to owning these. Might be an unpopular opinion, but I personally feel that $60 on a 1yr digital subscription is money better spent than $40 on hardcover books.
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where do you find it says hardcover?
If you click the offer. 10/$34. 99

Choose from a huge collection of DC Comics hardcover graphic novels and get any 10 for just $34.99! Add all 10 to your cart and the discount will be applied automatically.
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#18
Thanks, picked up the following:

Batman: Gotham After Midnight
Invasion
Kingdom Come Parts 1 + 2
Earth One
Batman: Strange Apparitions
New Gods Parts 1 + 2
Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
JLA: New World Order

This was the cream of the crop as far as I could tell from reviews. For $46 shipped I could always buy another 10 if I missed anything, pretty good deal.
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Lots of these are classics, new gods is classic jack Kirby. Kigdom come is pretty gritty. Whatever happened to the man of tomorrow is Alan Moore classic. The earth one's are good. Green arrow year 1 is one of my favorites. Be careful some of these runs don't have both volumes like new frontier unfortunately.
Great suggestions but I'm not seeing a lot of those in the list! Did I miss out?
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Seems like some books are just a single comic based on the description and not an anthology?
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Weird promotion.

Advertised as
"10 for $39.99
Choose from a huge collection of DC Comics hardcover graphic novels and get any 10 for just $39.99! Add all 10 to your cart and the discount will be applied automatically."

but when you add 10 to cart it shows

$169.90
10 DC Comics Graphic Novels for $39.99 -$135.00
Cart Subtotal: $34.90

ymmv? might vary by book a bit. I just added Qty10 of first book i saw to check it.

Heads up that for me OP's link (via SD referral redirect?) was not showing all the books eligible. Seems like 57 to choose from
https://us.zavvi. com/home/books/dc-comics/offer.list
had a more complete listing

Not sure how to amend post to make it more clear but these look like BOOKS, legit hardbound anthology/collection like books. From OP I assumed "Comic book" flimsy 20 page pamphlet.
Seems like a very good price (~75% off retail?) for what you are getting but I'm not an expert on comic prices/value.
35$+5$ shipping=40$
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Seems like some books are just a single comic based on the description and not an anthology?
Some are half the story so you need v1 and v2. Some of the prestige series (like Kingdom Come, Justice, Batman: Man Who Laughs) print a 1940s issue or a tangentially related issue, for example the hardcover with Laughs (a book as long as two comics) also prints Arkham Asylum (a story the length of 3-4 comics) and a standard issue from the Batman series relating to Joker.

On average each book has the equivalent of 5-8 issues printed with the higher prices having more pages.

The series spines form the Justice League and eventually the length of the novels was tripled to include Earth and the Legion of Doom.
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Such a great deal. It's so tempting to buy. Many times I came closed to placing the order. The price is almost too good to pass up.

But after much thought (and consternation at my own indecisiveness), I decided not to buy. Ten hardcover books will take up significant space (I'm in an apartment). And I don't care about collecting. After I've read something I'm never going to return to it. And so I would rather save space and read them on the iPad (which is a better experience anyway; just personal opinion; I know many comic book fans or print media loyalists will disagree).

Those of you who don't care about owning physical copies, and just want to read a comic book story and move on, I would recommend looking into DC universe instead. One year subscription is around $60 or $65 (when on sale). I realize it's more expensive than $40 print volumes. But in return you get an almost endless comic book library (albeit just for the time you have the subscription) and many streaming TV shows/movies. It doesn't have every title - i couldn't find some of the books on this sale there. But that's really a moot point for me; their library is already unfathomably large that not having the odd title is forgivable.

Just thought I'll give a counterpoint to owning these. Might be an unpopular opinion, but I personally feel that $60 on a 1yr digital subscription is money better spent than $40 on hardcover books.
I know how you feel. I had a sizeable collection- probably >5000 comics with 40 or so hardcovers, and when I moved a couple of years ago I could only get $300 for the whole thing. It hurt.

Tempted to buy these but like you I'm better off just revisiting them on my iPad or PC if I want to re-read them in the future.
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Ridiculous deal. In for a bunch of Supes and New Gods. I'll finally get to read Kingdom Come. Thanks OP!
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Kingdom Come Part I and II?
That is a huge red flag for me.
Did they split Dark Knight Returns in 3 parts?
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Such a great deal. It's so tempting to buy. Many times I came closed to placing the order. The price is almost too good to pass up.

But after much thought (and consternation at my own indecisiveness), I decided not to buy. Ten hardcover books will take up significant space (I'm in an apartment). And I don't care about collecting. After I've read something I'm never going to return to it. And so I would rather save space and read them on the iPad (which is a better experience anyway; just personal opinion; I know many comic book fans or print media loyalists will disagree).

Those of you who don't care about owning physical copies, and just want to read a comic book story and move on, I would recommend looking into DC universe instead. One year subscription is around $60 or $65 (when on sale). I realize it's more expensive than $40 print volumes. But in return you get an almost endless comic book library (albeit just for the time you have the subscription) and many streaming TV shows/movies. It doesn't have every title - i couldn't find some of the books on this sale there. But that's really a moot point for me; their library is already unfathomably large that not having the odd title is forgivable.

Just thought I'll give a counterpoint to owning these. Might be an unpopular opinion, but I personally feel that $60 on a 1yr digital subscription is money better spent than $40 on hardcover books.
Just a PSA, if you live in the US try asking your local library if they have a Hoopla subscription. Tons of digital graphic novels available for free.

This is a great deal if you're looking for print editions, though.
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Just a PSA, if you live in the US try asking your local library if they have a Hoopla subscription. Tons of digital graphic novels available for free.

This is a great deal if you're looking for print editions, though.
Don't forget that your library also has print TPBs too!
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Kingdom Come Part I and II?
That is a huge red flag for me.
Did they split Dark Knight Returns in 3 parts?
Huh. I thought they must have done a sequel to Kingdom Come at one point, but you're right, they split a four issue series into two volumes. Some of these might be a little skinnier than expected.
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Huh. I thought they must have done a sequel to Kingdom Come at one point, but you're right, they split a four issue series into two volumes. Some of these might be a little skinnier than expected.
Yeah, if you look at the descriptions, most of them are 1-3 issues long. I assume the 1 issue ones are at least double issues. But still, this doesn't seem like that great of a deal. The product render suggest a thick anthology, but that doesn't seem to be what these are.
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The only way to beat this price for hardcopy is a used book store sale.

That said, I'm waiting on my email confirmation. Paypal seems to have it covered and even listed the items on the Paypal email.
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