Sep 06 2016

MAD Magazine Humble Magazine Bundle

This MAD Magazine Humble Bundle is crazy. Pay what you want for a ton of digital issues of MAD Magazine.

Pay what you want for issues of MAD Magazine and support charity!

You remember MAD. You read it when you were a kid. Maybe you read it now. Maybe your kids read it now. But WOW is this a good deal. Pay what you want — seriously — for a whole truckload of digital MADs. (Technically it’s not a truckload. Virtual truckload, perhaps? Whatever.)

Pay as little one dollar and get 11 issues. Pay eight bucks or more for a 1-year digital subscription along with at least 10 more issues — that’s 10 PLUS the 11 at the El Cheapo level. Go to 15 dollars or more and things get really crazy. I mean MAD. Crazy was a different magazine, long long ago. In the 80s. Remember the 80s? Of course you do.

Not only do you get MADs, you are giving money to charity. Humble Bundle is great. Check it out. Now.

Source: Humble Magazine Bundle: MAD Magazine presented by DC Entertainment (pay what you want and help charity)

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Jul 03 2016

Lots of Star Trek Comics for Not Much Money

Wants lots of Star Trek comics for not much money? We gotcha covered.

English: Fireworks

English: Fireworks (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Well, Humble Bundle does.

What’s Humble Bundle? Read on.

Pay what you want for Star Trek comics and support charity!

Humble Bundle is… well, here’s a quote from their web site:

At Humble Bundle, we put the power directly in the hands of consumers. You pay what you want for downloadable content and choose where your money goes. Through this model and the help of the Humble Bundle community, we’ve raised over $75M for charity.
So how does it work? We put together bundles of games and books that can be purchased at whatever price you think is fair. Once you’ve chosen a price, you can choose whether you want your money to go to the game developer or book publisher, charity, or Humble Bundle. We also offer the Humble Store, a digital storefront that features individual games at set prices with frequent discounts and a portion of sales going to select charities.

No idea what I’m talking about, orjust want me to cut to the chase? Basically, Humble Bundle gets a bunch of stuff (video games, comics, books) bundles them together and allows people (you) to pay whatever they want for it. The money goes to charity, and you get to decide what percentage of your money goes where. It’s very easy and you get to feel good about consuming mass quantities of digital stuffs because it’s for charity. Also you get a lot for your money.

In this case, we’re talking about $351 worth of digital comics for… well, the most anyone has paid as of this writing is $51.06. The average is $14.26. All Star Trek comics. I’ve read some of them and “Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive” is worth $14.26 all by itself. (Seriously. It’s really fun. Much better than it has any right to be.) The same could be said for “Star Trek: Year Four“, which is a comic book version of the fourth year of the Enterprise’s five-year mission. (Remember? it was a five-year mission that was canceled by the Gods of Television.) A lot of the others are good too, and those are just the comics I’ve read. You get a LOT MORE.

Check it out. Share with your kids. It’s easy because the comics are provided with no DRM, meaning you can copy them to whatever device you choose. If you go above a certain amount you even get a print book.

It’s a good deal, folks. Check it out. Limited time offer; your mileage may vary. DaddyTips takes no responsibility for anything.

Source: Humble Comics Bundle: Star Trek presented by IDW (pay what you want and help charity)

Star Trek Comics on Amazon