Humble Bundle has announced that, from February 8th, 2017 through the February 22nd, 2017, they are partnering to sell some pretty fantastic books from Valiant for charity. The main charity that they're supporting is Keep a Breast, which aims to empower young people across the globe with support and education regarding breast health. You can find the deal at

Humble Bundle

In recent years, Valiant has been dominant at the Eisner and Harvey Awards because of the high quality of their books. Most of these books are solid entry points into Valiant's newer series, though there are also some exclusive videos from the Comicstorian. I haven't read a single Valiant comic in recent memory that I didn't enjoy, and — with how many people in my life have and might be affected by breast cancer — Keep a Breast is a charity I can highly recommend. It's great to see Valiant partnering with Humble Bundle, who have raised millions of dollars for charitable organizations already, to both give new readers an affordable entry point to their universe while tackling a major problem in ours.

READ: Lots of these comics are on our list of Valiant's best arcs from 2016! Find out why we think they're great.

Although the $1 bundle is okay, spending $8 or more gives you a much better deal. They're selling BLOODSHOT REBORN: VOL 1, DIVINITY DELUXE EDITION, and NINJAK VOL 1, which are great introductions to three of Valiant's must-read series. In the upper tiers, they're offering FAITH VOL 1 and an exclusive “Virgin Art” variant for the hotly anticipated X-O MANOWAR #1 (2017). I can't recommend these series highly enough, and you're not going to find them any cheaper for a better cause.

Humble Bundle

If you're looking for new comics from Valiant, we highly recommend this bundle. Read these comics; it's for a good cause. Let us know in the comments below if you bought the bundle and whether or not you'd recommend it to others!


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