For those of you who enjoy light novels, Humble Bundle is currently offering a very nice collection of NISIOISIN’s Monogatari light novels (as well as an artbook, a couple audiobooks, and a few graphic novels/manga). I haven’t read this series itself, but I can attest that NISIOISIN is an excellent light novelist whose work I would recommend (such as Another Note and ANOTHERHOLiC). If you’re interested, you can find out more here.
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Are you ready for a little wonder, magic, and adventure? Then this new Humble Bundle might be just the thing for you. It includes a variety of graphic novels from BOOM! Studios. There are a number of Jim Henson’s works (naturally, per the title of the bundle), including some Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Storyteller, and Fraggle Rock. There are also a good few other works that display a sense of adventure and fantasy that suits that aesthetic. If you’re interested, you can find out more here.
I’ve consistently found that Humble Bundle is a great source for reasonably-priced, DRM-free books, particularly sci-fi and fantasy ones. For the next few days, they’re offering a bundle through Jabberwocky Literary Agency that looks like it includes a pretty interesting selection. I’m not personally that familiar with any of the authors or titles, so new territory to check out, yay! Authors include Tanya Huff, William C. Dietz, Jack Campbell, Marie Brennan, and Charlaine Harris, among others. On a side note, this bundle includes Harris’s Layla collection, which I’ve been wanting to try.
If you want to find out more, check out their website here.
Itching to try something new, but not sure what to start? Humble Bundle currently has a great solution: a bundle of the first books in 22 separate series from a variety of great authors for only $15. From what I can tell, most of the titles are of the fantasy/science fiction variety, including works by Patricia C. Wrede (always fabulous), Octavia E. Butler, Elizabeth Wein (The Winter Prince, which I can personally attest is excellent), Greg Bear, and Timothy Zahn, among others.
If you’re interested, you can find out more here.
If anyone’s interested, Humble Bundle is currently offering a nice selection of Kodansha manga (for manga that have been adapted into anime at some point). Titles include Cells at Work!, Domestic Girlfriend, Fire Force, Vinland Saga, and Attack on Titan, among others. A nice feature of this particular bundle is that most titles offer a good few volumes of the series, not just a sampler volume or two. There’s also an exclusive digital artbook available as part of this bundle. If you’re interested, you can find out more here.
Hey guys, just wanted to give a heads up that right now Kodansha is offering a pretty amazing Humble Bundle of fantasy manga. Titles include Land of the Lustrous, Fire Force, Noragami, Mushishi and a number of others–most of them pretty major titles. Even better, each title includes multiple volumes of the manga–up to the first 15 volumes, for Pumpkin Scissors! This is definitely a great chance to try some new manga titles, one I’m certainly taking advantage of myself. If you’re interested, you can find out more here.
Looking for some spooky reads as Halloween approaches? Well Humble Bundle has you covered with their Tales of Horror bundle. This bundle features a variety of creepy tales ranging from manga to novels (authors I don’t know but who will be fun to try) to a number of short story collections (featuring several well-known authors who know well how to craft the perfect eerie atmosphere). As I said, I’m not familiar with all the authors, but this looks like a solid collection with a good bit of variety to suit different tastes in horror. If you’re interested, you can find out more here.