THE HUMBLE ONI PRESS COMICS BUNDLE IS LIVE!
October 1, 2014 (Portland, OR) – Oni Press is pleased to announce the debut of the Humble Oni Press Comics Bundle!
“We’ve been working with our friends at Humble for a long time to put together a great package of Oni Press titles for their platform, and we’re really excited for it to get out there,” said publisher Joe Nozemack. “Being DRM-free with a variety of formats, it’s a really innovative way to offer our comics to fans, which is a spirit we’ve always embraced. Adding the charity focus on top of that made it all the better,” Nozemack continued.
The Humble Oni Press Bundle will allow fans in the US to allocate an amount of their purchase to Direct Relief and their very timely and important work with the Ebola outbreak, among other dire humanitarian health causes worldwide.
At 24 titles and over 2,500 pages of comics, the Humble Oni Press Bundle promises to be a gigantic treat for comics fans and the charities that are set to benefit from their purchases.
The Humble Oni Press Bundle is available NOW! For details and to purchase, click HERE!
About Direct Relief
“Direct Relief is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that provides medical assistance to people around the world who have been affected by poverty, natural disasters, and civil unrest. Thanks to generous material and financial contributions from individuals, pharmaceutical companies, and medical equipment manufacturers, Direct Relief can work with healthcare professionals and organizations on the ground and equip them with the essential medical supplies and equipment that they need to help people recover from a disaster.
Direct Relief’s assistance programs are tailored for the particular circumstances and needs of those who have suffered from the effects of natural and man-made disasters. Direct Relief also establishes partnerships with local organizations to provide health services to people in rural areas of a country that are poor and lack basic healthcare infrastructure.
Each year, Direct Relief takes steps to leverage every dollar of assistance that it provides into $30 (wholesale) worth of medical supplies for healthcare professionals to use in caring for their patients.”