For a while now, Humble Bundle has been one of the best ways to catch up on a series that you might have missed. It's one of the reasons we spotlight them so much --- no matter what's on offer, they're almost always worth checking out just for the sheer number of comics you can get for the money. The only problem is that they're always digital comics, meaning that if you're an old school reader who prefers paper to pixels, you're out of luck.

Recently, though, there's been a change. Over the past few months, a few Humble Bundles have offered up physical rewards that go along with the digital ones, and now, IDW's My Little Pony comic bundle is taking things to the next level. Not only can you catch up on the comics that chronicle the adventures of everyone's favorite Equestrian friends, but IDW is offering a Humble-exclusive 48-page paperback collection at the $25 level, complete with a brand new wraparound cover.


My Little Pony, IDW


Of course, the major attraction here is still going to be the digital comics on offer. Along with a handful of other titles, the pay-what-you-want level --- which starts at literally one penny --- will get you the first five volumes of the ongoing My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic series, two volumes of the spotlight stories in Pony Tales and three more of Friends Forever, featuring some great work from Katie Cook and Andy Price on the ongoing series, with world-traveling adventures full of Easter eggs and goofball jokes, with creators like Alex de Campi, Carla Speed McNeil, Jeremy Whitley, Amy Mebberson, Heather Nuhfer, and more on the other stories.

If you really want to take advantage of it, though, fifteen bucks gets you nine volumes of the ongoing, six of Friends Forever, and the two Pony Tales, plus a big ol' stack of various one-shots and other assorted collections. That's a ridiculous amount of comics about nice horses, friends, and it's well worth checking out, even if you're not up for chipping in for the physical reward. Head over and check it out --- you've got just under a week left before it's all gone.


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