Attention All Hands: The Humble Star Trek Bundle Offers A Full Complement Of Comics, For Charity
Resistance is futile.
The first comic book I ever read was a Star Trek comic. It was given to nine-year-old me by a gentleman down the street who was handing out kid-friendly monthlies for Halloween instead of candy. That, my friends, is an upstanding citizen.
Speaking of do-gooders, let’s talk about the Hero Initiative, a non-profit that provides financial support for comic creators in times of need. They’re the charity of choice for the Humble Star Trek Bundle, a pay-what-you-want digital collection of the Federation’s finest. Presented by Humble Bundle and IDW, the bundle offers sixty-six issues of phaser-firing adventures.
I’m always happy to spread the word for a good cause, but this is a mighty fine offer to boot. The basic collection includes Star Trek Classics Vol. 1, Star Trek Classics Vol. 2, Star Trek: Best of Klingons and Star Trek: Gold Key Archives Vol. 1. If you pay more than the average price (currently $10.71), you’ll also get Star Trek: The Next Generation – Hive, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Burden of Knowledge and Star Trek: Mirror Images. Pay $15 or more, and they’ll sweeten the deal with Star Trek: Countdown, Star Trek: Movie Adaptation, Star Trek Nero, Star Trek: Spock Reflections, Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness and Star Trek Vol. 1. That should cover your weekend reading pretty nicely.
The bundle disappears forever on Wednesday, September 17, so…y’know. Make it so.
(via Bleeding Cool)