Celebrate ‘Black Friday’ by revisiting the DCU’s BLACKEST NIGHT

Celebrate ‘Black Friday’ by revisiting the DCU’s BLACKEST...

By DCE Editorial Thursday, November 25th, 2010
Layout 1 As most skilled shoppers know, the day after Thanksgiving is “Black Friday,” because it’s a day of deals, bargains and – well, let’s not sugarcoat it – pure, unbridled shopping frenzy. But why get elbowed and shoved by zombie-like shoppers at the mall when you can stock up on some essential comic book reading from the comforts of your own home? I guess you could call this the DC Digital Store’s very own “Blackest Friday.” For 24 hours, starting now (midnight EST), you can snag every chapter of the NEW YORK TIMES-bestselling BLACKEST NIGHT series, from writer Geoff Johns and artist Ivan Reis for $.99 each at the DC Digital Comics Store and via the DC Comics App and the Comixology App (both available via iTunes). After this “Blackest Friday” deal, though, prices will return to our standard $1.99 and $2.99 price point. This is a rare chance to get the epic, universe-altering series from Johns and Reis at such a bargain price. And it’s essential reading. Not only is BLACKEST NIGHT a superhero romp of the highest caliber, it’s a story that pits the heroes of the DC Universe against former friends, lovers and foes, as the dead rise to destroy everything that surrounds them. Can Green Lantern, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash band together to stop the swarms of Black Lanterns from dragging the entire universe into a new Dark Age? What better time to find out? Make sure you get in on this amazing offer while it lasts and read some of the best, most compelling comics in recent memory for an unheard-of price.

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