DC Comics

October 30

Amazon Canada: Rubies Costume DC Comics Action Trio Set Of 3 Halloween Costumes (Boys) | Was $40 Now $28

Posted by on October 30, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Amazon Canada: Rubies Costume DC Comics Action Trio Set Of 3 Halloween Costumes (Boys) | Was $40 Now $28

This is one cool three-pack! On Amazon, you can now save on a Rubies Costume DC Comics Action Trio Set Of 3 Halloween Costumes (Boys) – it includes a Batman costume, a Superman costume, and even a Robin costume! Normally $39.99, you can now get this DC Comics costume set for $27.22. You’ll also qualify for free shipping when you order this item! Although Halloween will be here tomorrow, you can always have this 3-pack ready for next year – or you can also pay extra and select “One Day Shipping” so you can have this costume set tomorrow! You can also have these costumes ready for a superhero party!

This Rubies Costume DC Comics Action Trio Set Of 3 Halloween Costumes (Boys) is suitable for boys that are from the ages of 3 to 10 years old. The Batman costume includes a Batman Tabard with an attached cape and headpiece. The Superman costume includes a Superman Tabard with an attached cape and some boot tops. Finally, the Robin costume includes a Robin Tabard with an attached cape, an eyemask, and some gauntlets. This is one cute set!

Are you all ready for Halloween tomorrow? One of my best friends is throwing a Halloween party on Saturday night, which should be a momentous affair! He’s a chef, so I’m sure that he’ll have plenty of delicious food available (and candy… I’m particularly a sucker for gummies). Although I won’t be a DC Comics action hero like Batman, Robin, or Superman, I’m going to dress up as The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase, an old-school WWF/WWE wrestler. It was a toss-up between that or The Big Boss Man!

I found it hard to find this item in Canada. If you were to buy this Rubies Costume DC Comics Action Trio Set Of 3 Halloween Costumes (Boys) from Amazon’s American site, it may seem like a good price at $17.95 US, but when I tried to see what it would cost after taxes and shipping to my Canadian address, it ended up being $34.86 US (plus the possible duties and fees that you’d receive at your door).

Listed below is a brief review of this Rubies Costume DC Comics Action Trio Set Of 3 Halloween Costumes (Boys) from a satisfied Amazon customer:

My twin 4 year olds are having a great time mixing and matching these costumes. They’re even looking like they’ll work for Halloween costumes!

Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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November 6

Jack of All Trades Clothing: 15% off with Exclusive Coupon Code

Posted by on November 6, 2013 at 10:00 PM

Jack of All Trades Clothing: 15% off with Exclusive Coupon Code

There is a joke in here somewhere but I’m in far too much of a bad mood to make with the funny ha-ha this early in the article. Maybe later ok, dear? In the meantime why don’t you go get yourself something nice from Jack of All Trades for 15% off?

 Click here to get 15% off @ JackOfAllTradesClothing.com now

  • Coupon Code: BMOOSE15OFF
  • Discount: 15% off
  • Expiry: 11th November 2013

I love Jack of All Trades. They are mainly superhero shirts but have other stuff too. I like that they aren’t your usual superhero shirts. Like you can get a superman t-shirt but it’s not just a blue shirt with a Superman logo. It’s something like this Quebec Nordiques Superman t-shirt or better yet, a Montreal Canadiens Superman t-shirt. Of course they do have some more traditional stuff but everything is just a little skewed in some way.

If Superman isn’t your thing, they have all your favourite superheros. How about you check out their entire Thor line of shirts? I personally like the Loki Boss shirt and Frozen Hammer ones. Don’t dig superheros at all? How about we celebrate Christmas with this awesome Jack Skellington shirt? Super cool. They don’t only have guy’s t-shirts either. They have hoodies, tank tops and girl’s shirts too. Not all designs are available on every type of shirt, which is nice. It shows that they aren’t just designing a logo and printing it on anything end everything. You can even get some very cool custom cuts as seen in the image above.

To top it all off shipping is $5 anywhere in North America no matter how many shirts you buy! And that, in addition to our 15% off code, helps makes Jack of All Trades Clothing an amazing Gift Idea!

Keep on eye on our Jack of All Trades Coupons for more deals!

Jack of All Trades Clothing: 15% off with Exclusive Coupon Code

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March 23

Comixology: Entire HELLBLAZER Run For 99 Cents/Issue + FREE Comic!

Posted by on March 23, 2013 at 11:00 AM

Comixology: Entire HELLBLAZER Run For 99 Cents/Issue + FREE Comic!

You can buy every issue in the 25 year long Hellblazer series for only 99 cents per issue. That’s 50% off 300 comics! How can you perform this wizard feat? Why, with Comixology, of course.

I haven’t done a lot of Comixology deals as of late because they have been mainly on Marvel and DC franchises that everyone knows, like Batman and Captain America. While those are fine, I like featuring some of the smaller publishers like Vertigo and their 25 year long Hellblazer series. Now, before some comic nerd comments, I know Vertigo is part of DC, but it is an imprint that focuses specifically on more adult comics instead of the flashy superhero comics that are getting turned into movies. While Vertigo isn’t exactly struggling, they are often overlooked by some of the more casual readers.

As I mentioned, Hellblazer has been running for 25 years and, as of last month, is over. It ran for 300 issues. That is an amazing feat for any media property. From the Bloody-Disgusting.com description of the final issue:

It’s the heart-rending conclusion of “DEATH AND CIGARETTES”—and the end of Vertigo’s longest running series. John Constantine has escaped, cheated, narrowly avoided and even reversed death on multiple occasions over the past 25 years. Now, we will test whether the old boy has one more second chance in him. Don’t miss this epic, oversized special issue celebrating everything that makes John Constantine so bloody unique.

If you aren’t impressed by the 25 year history, check out the first issue for FREE.

(Expires: 28th March 2013, 11:00PM ET in North America, local evening times in other regions)
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February 9

Comixology: Steel & Firestorm for 99 cents an issue!

Posted by on February 9, 2013 at 1:00 PM

Comixology: Steel & Firestorm for 99 cents an issue!

Comixology is celebrating Black History Month by offering up sales on some great comics with black superheros.

This is a “half off” sale so the original price was $1.99 and you save $1 making your grand total 99 cents! Not a bad deal for some awesome comics. Actually, I’m just guessing that Firestorm comics are awesome since I’ve never read any of them. I have, however, read a few Steel comics when I was a kid and they were great.

One of the best things about Comixology is their apps. You can buy and read the comics on your computer but they are so much better on a tablet or phone. The app, for me, really is the main reason I buy through Comixology. I especially like the ability to swipe through the comic pane-by-pane instead of page-by-page and having to zoom in and out all the time. You can even buy right from the app. Very convenient.

(Expires: 13th February 2013)

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August 23

NCIX.com: LEGO on Sale + Free Shipping (Save up to $45)

Posted by on August 23, 2012 at 8:00 AM

NCIX.com: LEGO on Sale + Free Shipping (Save up to $45)

That’s right! NCIX is selling LEGO now. Your kids want it so why not get it cheaper and have it sent to your house for free? Bargainmoose loves you!

Here are a few of the LEGO deals available:

A couple of things right off the bat: the free shipping is on select items only. I’m not sure which ones, but I’m willing to bet it is valid for the smaller LEGO sets only. The 1254 piece Millennium Falcon might not be free. The sale is only good while supplies last and there aren’t many available to start with. Keep in mind that the quantities you see on the first link I posted, the one that goes to the page with all the LEGO on it, has the quantities that they started with. You’ll need to click into the actual product to see current stock.

I know, I know, LEGO isn’t tech and it isn’t gaming, but it really is cool! Plus, almost all this LEGO is nerdy LEGO. On top of that it’s sold by NCIX, a tech store. Like I said, this is all nerdy LEGO. There are no tribal volcanoes or race cars here, kids. It’s almost all Star Wars and super heroes. You or your kids may be familiar with the very popular LEGO video games which are, in large part, based on the Star Wars and Batman universes. This would be a cool way for you and your kids to experience the same properties you play on screen, in meat space.

It seems like this is a new thing for NCIX and the low quantities make me thing it’s just a test. So Bargainmoose, this is your chance to change something. Sell them out of LEGO and maybe we’ll get some awesome LEGO deals from NCIX for years to come! The fact that NCIX is selling it at all leads me to think that they aren’t really aiming these towards kids, but rather towards adults who want to play with LEGO or parents who want their kids to play with Star Wars LEGO. I assume, of course, that these parents would have just as much fun “helping” their kids play with the LEGO as the kids themselves would.

(Expires: 31st August 2012)

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