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Read More Comics! - Top Shelf Comics SALE

[Note: Check This $#!% Out was originally a seperate blog but is now a feature of patokon blog]

I don't know why I keep trying but I'm going to try to convince you guys to buy some digital comics again. WHY?
1) I love good comics
2) These are GREAT comics and they are ON SALE!! (some are SEVERAL hundred pages for a few 100 yen)
3) Also, if you use the Comics by Comixology app, they are quick and easy to buy through your iphone or ipad and you only have to buy them once to read on all your devices.

I'm serious, guys! No bull$#!%.


Here is the link to the sale: http://www.topshelfcomix.com/news/925

My advice:
1. Go to the site.
2. Click on any title that is on sale.
3. Click on the PREVIEW button and read a few pages to see if it is interesting to you.
4. REPEAT until you've explored every title.

My recommendations:
We Can Fix It http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/we-can-fix-it/720
Far Arden http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/far-arden/636
Splendor in the Snow http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/splendour-in-the-snow/841

(I actually recommend almost all of what is on sale, but thought I'd mention these)

AND ESPECIALLY THIS:
March: Book One http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/march/760

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