ComiXology, the digital comic subscription service offers various titles to grab for a monthly subscription. And now, DC Comics has joined the ranks of publishers participating in ComiXology Unlimited. The publisher will also be making its books available to subscribers of Amazon Prime and Kindle Unlimited.
Digital Comics have become a huge rage in the recent years and has been a boon for readers who have no access to local comic shops. DC Comics is the first major publisher to offer digital downloads of new comics on their release date, beginning with Justice League #1 in 2011. It was also the first publisher to get a deal signed with Hoopla.
The new partnership was announced in a press release issued by DC, ComiXology, and Amazon. The statement confirmed that a rotating variety of DC Comics graphic novels and comic books will be made available through ComiXology Unlimited.
The list of titles available at launch includes Injustice: Gods Among Us, Injustice 2, Batman: White Knight, DC Rebirth. The deal will also include a number of series from Vertigo Comics, DC’s mature-readers imprint, including The Sandman, Preacher and the 1987-1995 run on Doom Patrol.