‘The Neil Gaiman Dark Horse Collection’ From Humble Bundle and Dark Horse Now Live!

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Humble Bundle and Dark Horse Comics

Today, Humble Bundle and Dark Horse have teamed up to launch a brand new book bundle titled The Neil Gaiman Dark Horse Collection.

Live now through December 8, 2022, the bundle offers $219 worth of Dark Horse graphic novels featuring the stories of New York Times best-selling author Neil Gaiman, including the popular series American Gods and Norse Mythology, in addition to various other unforgettable titles, including A Study in Emerald, How To Talk To Girls At Parties, Chivalry, Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire, Troll Bridge, Only the End of the World Again, and more!

Additionally, each purchase will help support USA for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, the national partner of UNHCR, which is dedicated to helping and protecting refugees displaced by violence, conflict, and persecution. 

To check out the bundle, and support a good cause, visit Humble Bundle’s website here.

“There are more refugees right now on this planet than there have ever been before. They need support, clothes, heating, food, shelter, and kindness. That’s why UNHCR is my charity of choice right now, and I’m so glad that Dark Horse and Humble Bundle are helping to make this happen.”

Neil Gaiman

Humble Bundle offers limited-time collections of games, books, software, and more. Fans can simply pay what they want and choose where their money goes, including to charity. Most bundles come in tiers starting at only $1. The Humble community has contributed over $200,000,000 to charity since 2010, making an amazing difference to causes all over the world. 

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