Titles include The Boys, Red Sonja and Vampirella. Yeah, we’ve seen these at Humble before, but the titles and tiers are different.
Dynamite pitches The Boys against The Girls in Humble
Some famous names, faces, and titles are in Humble’s latest Dynamite Entertainment deal.
Humble steps up with TTRPGs, comics, software, computer games and 100% to Ukraine in their $2,500 bundle deal
There are tabletop RPGs in here, such as Pathfinder, Warhammer and Starfinder. There is software like GameMaker Studio 2 and RPG Maker VX. Computer games, too, such as Back 4 Blood, Fable, The Long Dark and others. Comics like the exclusive to this bundle Army of Darkness one-shot are also listed.
Get your teeth into Dynamite’s Vampirella XoXo offer
Writers include Alan Moore, Mark Millar, Gail Simone, Kate Leth and Grant Morrison with stories ranging from Vampirella: Hollywood Horror to Vampirella Masters Series.
Garth Ennis signed hardcover of The Boys: Oversized Omnibus: Volume 1 goes on pre-order
Dynamite has the comic book rights, and to celebrate the 15th Year Anniversary, the publisher is releasing three all-new large Dust-Jacketed Hardcover Volumes of The Boys.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs #132
A summary of RPGs news from the week with freebies from WotC and others, indie news, tips and reviews.
Mystery signing and £60 saving: Elvira: Mistress Of The Dark
Elvira was busy with stories of teen werewolves, aliens, pro-wrestling and the occasional killer clown when something really freaky was needed.
Bond does a bundle: Humble teams up with Dynamite Comics for a 007 deal
The bundle starts at less than a quid and, at the top tier, offers up to £285 worth of James Bond comics.
Dynamite Entertainment drops controversial cover but loses talent over Comicsgate support
Comicsgate, a riff on Gamergate, is a pressure group upset about what they see as “forced diversity” in the comic book world.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs #23
This week we look into security risk at Wizards of the Coast, a brand new Warhammer announcement from Games Workshop and how we can use B-Movies to inspire better campaign design.