Combat Quarantine Blues with Avatar Press's Line-Wide ComiXology Sale

As the world struggles to come to grips with the coronavirus pandemic, we all have to do our part to help out the people most affected. Of course, we're talking about comics "journalists," whose ability to crank out clickbait articles has been severely hampered by a lack of comic conventions to spur industry gossip. How can people drunkenly spill the beans about upcoming comic book plans while still practicing social distancing?

And so, in these trying times, it's important to make sure your favorite comic book journalists continue to have a steady income so they can bring you the latest news about the topics that are still possible to write about, such as Wolverine's two dicks or who's arguing on Twitter today. That's why we here at Bleeding Cool encourage you to check out the sale on all Avatar Press comics on comiXology. Avatar Press, as you may or may not know, owns our favorite comics website, Bleeding Cool.

So if you're looking for digital comics to read by the likes of Warren Ellis, Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, Kieron Gillen, and other elite comic book creators, look no further than the Avatar Sale on comiXology, where over 700 comics are discounted for your self-isolated reading pleasure. We're not saying that digital Avatar Press comics can combat the effects of cornavirus, but technically, there is no evidence out there that they cannot. So you'll have to form your own judgment.

Combat Quarantine Blues with Avatar Press's Line-Wide ComiXology Sale


About Jude Terror

A prophecy once said that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero would come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Sadly, that prophecy was wrong. Oh, Jude Terror was right. For ten years. About everything. But nobody listened. And so, Jude Terror has moved on to a more important mission: turning Bleeding Cool into a pro wrestling dirt sheet!

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