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Humble Bundle – 2K, Star Wars, Star Trek Comics, Dr. Who RPG


Context

  • Writeups.org is an affiliate of both Humble Bundle and Amazon. You can read everything about affiliations, adverts, cookies, etc. on this page.
  • Every month I do one (1) roundup of relevant bundles that are live. Doing it more often felt spammy and I kept forgetting anyway.
  • Only bundles that are firmly related to writeups.org content are listed here.


September, 2022

Here’s what’s live. As always it starts at $1 for the lowest tier, and as always — since I only do this once a month — some bundles have but a few days left.

2K video games bundle  (affiliate link).

I wouldn’t say that I’m a 2K fan, but this bundle has some important games that have WORG coverage — Borderlands stuff, XCom stuff, Duke Nukem, etc.. Plus stuff we definitely have to cover, such as Bioshock. As often, the pack has a strong value.

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Starlight video games bundle  (affiliate link).

An odd assortment, so you’ll have to check the page for a full listing since there’s no clear theme. But there’s Grim Fandango and Aliens vs. Predators as well as stuff I’m doggedly crawling my way toward covering, such as Full Throttle or the classic Bioware Star Wars games.

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A pile of Star Trek IDW comics  (affiliate link).

Another huge stash of stuff with 54 digital TPBs (!) on the highest tiers.

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Doctor Who RPG and sourcebooks bundle  (affiliate link).

We had Dr. Who coverage early, as some of our contributors (such as Sean and Hominid) were Whovians years before it became a thing in the US. But alas, we no longer have that expertise on tap. So if you want Dr. Who TTRPG material well, get these instead.

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As usual :

  • This is an affiliate link. The parties getting a cut are (well in this case it depends on the Bundle, it’s clearly listed on each page) and Writeups.org.
  • You pick a tier, depending upon how much of the bundle you want and how much you want to pay.
  • Everything is downloaded, comes DRM-free, and in multiple formats so you can read it using various software.
  • At the page linked above you have explanations about the books, and previews of the material.


Omnibus sourcebooks

Both Marvel and DC have reissued classic sourcebooks as big, high-value hardback collections. If you like reading character profiles, then these are the main giants whose shoulders we’re standing on.

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Collected 1983 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe

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Collected Deluxe Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe

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Collected Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe -1989 Update

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Collected 1980s DC Comics’ Who’s Who

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Collected 1990s DC Comics’ Who’s Who (plus Legion of Super-Heroes Who’s Who)