TwoMorrows Offers Special Deal to Keep You Homebound Readers Entertained

Hey, if you’re looking to hunker down with a magazine that will give you hours of entertainment — after you’ve read every story published at 13th Dimension, mind you — our friends at TwoMorrows have a nice deal for you:

Here’s the pitch, directly from publisher John Morrow:

Get a FREE TwoMorrows Digital Edition, or take $4.99 off any order!

We want to do our part to make it easier for our readers to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic, and help stop it from spreading.

So now through March 31, enter the Redemption Code “stayhome” during checkout at (at Step 2, where you enter Payment Information), and we will automatically deduct $4.99 from your order! That’s enough for a FREE Digital Edition of any of our mags, for instant reading while you’re stuck at home!

Don’t do digital? Use the $4.99 credit toward any print order, and we’ll get it in the mail to you right away, as long as the post office stays open and operational.

So stay home, stay well, and stay with TwoMorrows over the next few weeks, as we release more great new books and magazines, including:

— Back Issue #119 and Comic Book Creator #22 (out now)
— The World of TwoMorrows 25th Anniversary book (in just 3 weeks)
— New issues of Alter Ego, RetroFan, BrickJournal, and Back Issue #120 (throughout April and early May)

There’s no minimum order, but the code can only be used once per customer, Morrow says. TwoMorrows also reserves the right to end this offer at any time if the company detects misuse — and there have already been freeloaders creating fake accounts to cash in, so cut that out and be a mensch.

By the way, in the interest of full disclosure, we have a great publishing partnership with TwoMorrows but I don’t make a dime off it, so this is not an ad but a public service for those who dig their groovy pubs.

Click here for TwoMorrows’ site.


— BACK ISSUE #120 Will Bring You HEROES OF TOMORROW. Click here.

— STEVE ENGLEHART on STAR-LORD: ‘I Wanted a Guy Who Was the Biggest A**hole.’ Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. I only have a couple dozen of TwoMorrow’s magazines–including a lot of their oversized Companions–but every time I dig into one I can’t help but think how important they are to capturing the history of comics (not to mention comic strips, movies and animation based on comics, etc)

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