Holiday Gift Guide For Comic Fans – CBR – Comic Book Resources

Find the perfect gift for the comic collector in your life with these incredible Amazon Prime comic deals.
Holiday sales can sometimes be focused on electronics and other big-ticket items. There are whole sections on Amazon devoted to holiday specials and lightning deals that are updated throughout the day. Thankfully, the sales have grown over the years to feature all kinds of deals, including specials on comics.
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Thankfully, there are even a few deals so comic book fans can get in on the savings. Huge discounts on titles from publishers like Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Image Comics can be found for fans looking to complete their collections or start a brand-new series.
Updated on December 19, 2022 by Scoot Allan: With Christmas just around the corner, this holiday guide has been updated to reflect current deals and prices for shoppers looking to pick up gifts for the comic fan in their life.
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New fans have fallen in love with Neil Gaiman's iconic God of Dreams thanks to the live-action adaption of The Sandman on Netflix. The beginning of Morpheus' adventures in the Dreaming and beyond were collected in The Sandman Book One. One satisfied reviewer stated that The Sandman collection had a "beautiful storyline, beautiful artwork, and [was] beautifully addicting."
The origins of Marvel's most popular hero were collected in The Amazing Spider-Man from Penguin Classics. It blended the first few issues with segments about the creators and Spider-Man's legacy in the Marvel universe. Customers who purchased the collection called it a "great book for any die-hard Spider-Man fan."
One of DC's most popular characters is Harley Quinn, who first appeared on TV before jumping into DC's comics and movies. The first few decades of the character's best moments were collected in the deluxe edition of Harley Quinn: 30 Years of the Maid of Mischief to celebrate the character's anniversary.
Fans of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers have enjoyed a deep exploration into the characters and their universe in the successful BOOM! Studios series. New readers and old fans can dive into the beginning with a "well-written and modern" look at Tommy Oliver's redemption as the Green Ranger.
Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque introduced a new type of the undead in the hit series American Vampire. Skinner Sweet was a corrupt gunslinger in the old west when he was turned into the first American vampire by European immigrants. American Vampire Omnibus Vol. 1 collects over thirty issues, including a backup story by horror legend Stephen King.
Jeff Smith's Bone is one of the most celebrated comic series, with over "41 National and International Awards including 10 Eisner Awards and 11 Harvey Awards." Bone: The Complete Cartoon Epic in One Volume preserves the original black-and-white artwork, which one reviewer described as "one of the truly great achievements in the history of comic art."
The DC universe was completely altered during the Flashpoint event, which kicked off the New 52 reboot and introduced younger, modernized versions of popular heroes. Flashpoint: The 10th Anniversary Omnibus collected the entire time-travel/alternate timeline event in one massive book which led one reviewer to say "this boy is huge."
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has made the Avengers a household name, which has driven new fans to the comics to explore the origins of Earth's mightiest heroes. Marvel Comics Library. Avengers. Vol. 1. 1963–1965 features the first twenty issues of the series along with an in-depth illustrated history of the team.
With so many great holiday deals for comic fans, buying too many books could create an additional problem. Thankfully, REDSHELL's patterned comic book storage boxes are also on sale for fans who need to fit a few more comics into their collections. The high-density moisture-proof storage boxes are designed for stacking and feature a dynamic comic print.
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Entertainment reporter, writer, and all-around geek, Scoot Allan has written for print and online media sources like Geek Magazine, GeekExchange, GrizzlyBomb, WhatCulture, and the Urban 30 before joining CBR as a senior writer. He enjoys salad but prefers french fries.


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