Titan Comics and Humble Bundle are very pleased to announce the Tank Girl Humble Comics Bundle that was launched on Wednesday January 25, and running for two-weeks, the bundle is a fantastic opportunity for you to discover this comic icon, or if you’re already an aficionado, to add to your digital library – while at the same time supporting the work of WaterAid.
Born in 1988 in British indie comics magazine “Deadline”, co-creators Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett delivered a foul-mouthed, chain-smoking, anarchic, shaven-haired heroine. Along with her main-squeeze, Booga the kangaroo, Jet Girl, Sub Girl, and a host of other friends (and enemies) she has gone on to be a scourge of the industry ever since, and nearly 30-years later is still launching on ever more supercharged, irreverent, Doc Martin-stomping escapades.
This must-have bundle takes you through the incredible, outrageous, and strictly 17+ life of Tank Girl, including an amazing array of comic talent! From the early black and white strips by Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett; through The Gifting, Visions of Booga, and The Royal Escape, where Alan Martin was joined by Rufus Dayglo and Ashley Wood; to Everybody Loves, Carioca, and Bad Wind Rising; the return of Hewlett on 21st Century Tank Girl; and finally a tantalising taste of the all new Tank Girl trilogy with Tank Girl: Two Girls One Tank and Tank Girl: Gold. It’s gonna be one helluva’ ride!
Humble Bundle offers collections of videogames, books, and comics at a price determined by the customer. Content is divided into three tiers: pay $1 or more to purchase the first tier; pay $8 or more to purchase tier one and two; and pay $15 or more to get the content from all three tiers. A portion of each Humble Bundle sale goes to charity – since the company’s launch in 2010, over $85 million has been donated to charities around the world. Visit https://www.humblebundle.com
WaterAid’s vision is of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation. The international organisation works in 37 countries across Africa, Asia, Central America and the Pacific Region to transform lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation in some of the world’s poorest communities. Since 1981, WaterAid has reached 23 million people with safe water and, since 2004, 21 million people with sanitation. For more information, visit www.wateraid.org, follow @WaterAidUK on Twitter, or visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wateraid.