Image Celebrates 25 Years With Humble Bundle

In celebration of their 25th anniversary as a comics publisher, Image has once again teamed with [...]

In celebration of their 25th anniversary as a comics publisher, Image has once again teamed with Humble Bundle to provide a ton of great comics for very affordable prices—and, of course, some of that money will go to charity.

The Humble Comics Bundle: IMAGE at 25 offers pay-what-you-want pricing tiers for different amounts of comics and the selection consists of some of the publisher's best titles including Prophet, Mirror, Nowhere Men, Bitch Planet, Shutter, and Saga.

"We're so thrilled at the chance to celebrate 25 years of the best creator-owned comics on the market," said Publisher Eric Stephenson in a release accompanying the announcement. "This Humble Bundle is the perfect opportunity to both help support a good cause and allow fans a sampling of some of the best storytelling out there."

The Bundle is currently on sale and will run through February 1st, 2pm EST. So you have some time to snag some great comics at an affordable rate while supporting the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and other charities of your choice. And as usual, you can choose how that money gets allocated between the charities, Image Comics, and Humble Bundle.

In addition to snagging some comics, people who purchase the tier at $25 will receive an exclusive signed letterpress print from Karl Kerschl commemorating his new series with Brendan Fletcher, Isola, Island of the Dead. Each print will be signed by both creators. Isola, Island of the Dead focuses on two women hoping to lift a curse that has transformed one of them into a tiger—to do so, they must venture into the underworld.

The $1 Tier includes wonderful titles like Plutona #1 from Emi Lenox and Jeff Lemire, She-Wolf #1 from Rich Tommaso, The Beauty #1 from Jeremy Haun and Jason A. Hurley, and Brandon Graham and Emma Rios inspired anthology Island #1.

The $5 Tier consists of first issues of acclaimed comics like Jonathan Hickman and Tomm Coker's Black Monday Murders, Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips, and Elizabeth Breitweiser's Kill Or Be Killed, and Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca's Shutter.

People who pay $10 will receive the first volumes of great series such as Southern Bastards by Jason Aaron and Jason Latour, and Lazarus by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark. For $15 you can get Pretty Deadly vol. 1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios, and Injection vol. 1 by Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey, and Jordie Bellaire. And at $20 you can get larger volumes like Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga Book One, and Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's the Wicked + the Divine Book One.

So go bolster your digital selections, support some charities, and celebrate 25 years of Image Comics with some pay-what-you-want pricing.