ET Deals: DRM-Free DC Comics Humble Audiobook Bundle Starting at $1

ET Deals: DRM-Free DC Comics Humble Audiobook Bundle Starting at $1

DC Comics has teamed up with the folks at GraphicAudio to deliver a bevy of the best comic book stories in dramatized audiobook format. And with this week’s Humble Audiobook Bundle, you pick up 22 audiobooks for just $15. Better yet, you can get a taste for only a dollar.

• Humble Audiobook Bundle: DC Comics in GraphicAudio

ET Deals: DRM-Free DC Comics Humble Audiobook Bundle Starting at $1

If you’re unsure if GraphicAudio is a good fit for you, the $1 tier is a good place to start. For about the price of a candy bar, you’ll get two Batman audiobooks, two Green Lantern audiobooks, and the Countdown audiobook.

Pay a minimum of $1

If you’re willing to go in for $8, you’ll unlock the five audiobooks above and eight more starring the likes of Superman, Martian Manhunter, Lobo, Flash, Wonder Woman, and more.

Pay a minimum of $8

Spend at least $15 on this bundle, and nine additional audiobooks will unlock for you. More Batman, Superman, and Green Lantern are included – plus a ton of multi-hero goodness.

Pay a minimum of $15

Not only will you get a load of great dramatized audio content, but your purchase also helps charity. For this bundle, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and The Hero Initiative will benefit through the PayPal Giving Fund.

Sale Ends: July 11th, 2018 at 11AM PT

Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Humble site for more information.

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