Whether you fancy a second run-through of the story before the latest season of Game of Thrones starts this month or this is your first time diving into the Song of Ice and Fire books, you can pick up the entire collection for only £24 this week.
As we start a new year, we tend to make ourselves little promises and new year’s resolutions to better ourselves, and a very common one is when we want to get our heads into a good book and return to the world of reading. This guide will take you through some of the ways you can get yourself back into the written word once more or maybe even delve into a wonderful literary world you’ve never properly experienced before until now.
Featuring Tolkien’s original unused dust-jacket designs, fourth hardback volume the Lord of Rings reading companion, stunning fold-out maps and a revised index, plus all three original books in their most Tolkin-approved form, this is a beautiful and comprehensive gift for any epic fantasy fans. Save a nice 43% on it over at trusty book-mongers Wordery.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the release of Frank Miller’s original release, DC is offering up this boxed set of the entire Dark Knight Returns comic. Volumes 1 through 4 are collected in a specially created box, each in their own individual hardcovers. That set is currently on sale for $29.99, down from $49.99 currently.
Movie fans, this one is for you! Amazon US is currently offering up some pretty substantial discounts on Blu-ray versions of selected TV shows and movies. Shipping is free for Prime members or if your order is above $49, too. Time to stock up on films and build out your collection. Our highlights and top picks are right here, in this post.
If you consider yourself a bit of a diehard X-fan or just like to collect boxes that collect sixteen years worth of movies in one place, you may want to snap up this X-Men Collection blu-ray box set which does just that. Containing a total of eight movies, including X-Men: Apocalypse, it’ll cost you only £14.79 right now.
Futurama seemed to be the unkillable television show. It survived being cancelled, it made it through a series of made-for-tv animated features and came back with a vengeance before finally, ultimately retiring of its own accord. Now you can own every last season of the show in one DVD box set, all for £19.99. You probably should, too.