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Neil Gaiman's Midnight Days Deluxe Edition

Providing tantalizing glimpses into the fantastical worlds he would create and nurture, neil-gaiman's MIDNIGHT DAYS collects some of the accomplished author's earliest work, including tales featuring John Constantine, Swamp Thing and the first and only meeting between The Golden Age Sandman and The Sandman of the Endless. 

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#LongReads: Every Thursday Afternoon comiXology Unbound suggests a comic to read for those who are looking for something more than 22 pages!

comiXology Unbound's #LongReads
Saga of the Swamp Thing: Book One

Before WATCHMEN, Alan Moore made his debut in the U.S. comic book industry with the revitalization of the horror comic book THE SWAMP THING. His deconstruction of the classic monster stretched the creative boundaries of the medium and became one of the most spectacular series in comic book history. With modern-day issues explored against a backdrop of horror, SWAMP THING’s stories became commentaries on environmental, political and social issues, unflinching in their relevance.

SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING BOOK ONE collects issues #20-27 of this seminal series including the never-before-reprinted SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #20, where Moore takes over as writer and concludes the previous storyline. Book One begins with the story “The Anatomy Lesson,” a haunting origin story that reshapes SWAMP THING mythology with terrifying revelations that begin a journey of discovery and adventure that will take him across the stars and beyond.

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#LongReads: Every Thursday Afternoon comiXology Unbound suggests a comic to read for those who are looking for something more than 22 pages!

In the most surprising decision in comic book marketing history, we are having a V for Vendetta sale today!

Seriously though, if you haven’t read this book you need to get on it right now. 

Also included in the sale are some other great Alan Moore classics worth mentioning like Tom Strong and his legendary run on Swamp Thing!