Deals: Akira, Bond, Attack on Titan Comics, Tomb Raider, Makerbot

The 25th Anniversary edition of Akira, one of the most popular blu-rays we've ever listed, is back to $15 today. [Akira]


Deals: Akira, Bond, Attack on Titan Comics, Tomb Raider, Makerbot

We've got a great selection of books and comics for you today:


Deals: Akira, Bond, Attack on Titan Comics, Tomb Raider, Makerbot

If you missed this deal a couple days ago, you can once again has 22 James Bond films on Blu-ray (everything except Skyfall) for just $5 each today. [$5 James Bond Blu-rays]


Deals: Akira, Bond, Attack on Titan Comics, Tomb Raider, Makerbot

The Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider, one of the most popular games we've ever posted deals on, is down to $35 for your PS4 and Xbox One today. [Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition]


If you've been waiting for an excuse to buy your own 3D printer, here you go: A refurbished Makerbot 2 for $1200. That's $1000 less than retail for a new one, and a fantastic entry price for the most popular consumer 3D printer around. [Refurb Makerbot 2, $1200]


Deals: Akira, Bond, Attack on Titan Comics, Tomb Raider, Makerbot

These wireless sport earbuds ship with a lifetime warranty against sweat, and last 8 hours on a single charge. They frequently sell for $150+, but today you can own a pair for under $120. [JayBird BlueBuds Sport Bluetooth Headphones, $119]


Deals: Akira, Bond, Attack on Titan Comics, Tomb Raider, Makerbot

The Winegard FlatWave antenna is a worthy competitor to the Mohu Leaf, and you can get a refurb of the amplified version for $20 today. It goes for $60 new, with solid reviews. [Refurb Winegard FlatWave Amplified Antenna]


Deals: Akira, Bond, Attack on Titan Comics, Tomb Raider, Makerbot

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