Titan Comics 3-Day Sale

Celebrate the First Wave of Titan Comics' New Titles with a 3-Day Digital Sale!

Earlier this year, Britain saw the birth of a new comic publisher, Titan Comics, sister company to Titan books, and Comic Heroes magazine has been impressed with what its seen so far – we’re loving Numbercruncher , It Came! and Death Sentence especially. But if you haven’t dipped into Titan’s catalogue yet, this weekend give you the perfect excuse to start.

Don't miss this amazing ComiXology weekend sale on our digital titles, running from 22-24 November!

Check us out on the front page of the comiXology app, or head on over to the Titan Comics Sale page now to get your hands on these incredible titles for only 69p an issue!

Remember, this offer is available for three days only – so don't waste any more time!

Jaw-dropping videogame tie-ins!
• Devil May Cry #1-2 by Izu, Patrick Pion & Robin Recht
• Lost Planet: First Colony #1–2 by Izu & Massimo Dall'oglio

Dive into the extensive Tank Girl backlist!
• Tank Girl Classic #1–14 by Alan Martin & Jamie Hewlett
• Solid State Tank Girl #1–4 by Alan Martin & Warwick Johnson Cadwell
• Tank Girl: Bad Wind Rising #1–4 by Alan Martin & Rufus Dayglo
• Everybody Loves Tank Girl #1–3 by Alan Martin & Jim Mahfood
• Tank Girl: Carioca #1–6 by Alan Martin & Mick McMahon

You can download the comiXology “Comics” app from the Apple, Kindle, Google and Windows 8 app stores – just search for “comixology” – and start a new account, if you don't have one already.

Or you can log on and register online from any computer at ComiXology.com.

To keep up-to-date with news from Titan Comics, visit Titan-Comics.com or join us on Facebook or follow @ComicsTitan on Twitter .

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