Monday, August 01, 2016

ComiXology Announces
New Titles for ComiXology Unlimited
New selections include Faith, Conan/Red Sonja, Severed, Princeless, Carbon Grey, Black Market and more!
 Available starting today, August 1st
 ComiXology Unlimited: endless access to digital comics, graphic novels & manga for just $5.99 a month
August 1, 2016 – New York, NY – ComiXology, Amazon’s premier digital comic shopping & reading platform, announced new selections available today on comiXology Unlimited — the new subscription service that allows customers to explore the amazing world of comics, graphic novels and manga for just $5.99 a month. New selections include this year’s breakout miniseries Faith by Jody Houser and artists Francis Portela and Marguerite Sauvage, Conan/Red Sonja by Gail Simone, Jim Zub and Dan Panosian, Severed by Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft and Attila Futaki, Princeless an Amelia Bloomer Project honoree by Jeremy Whitley, Rosy Higgins and Ted Brandt, Carbon Grey by Paul Gardner, Khari Evans, Hoang Nguyen, Mike Kennedy, and Kinsun Loh, Black Market a series about the superhero body part trade by Frank Barbiere and Victor Santos and more. This month also brings new selections from comiXology’s Submit program!
ComiXology Unlimited is available on the comiXology app for Fire Tablet, Android, iOS and on the web at Start your 30-day free trial or continue exploring at
“Every month since launch we’ve been expanding the breadth of comics, graphic novels and manga available for reading on comiXology Unlimited, and this month is no exception!” said comiXology’s Senior Director of Communications, Chip Mosher. “We’re thrilled about all the great new additions sure to electrify your summer reading list. Try it now, the first 30-days are free!”
In addition to the titles currently available, selections from the following great series are debuting on comiXology Unlimited today:
Archie 1000 Page Jamboree: Part 1-3 by various (Archie Comics)
Ash and the Army of Darkness #1-4: Digital Exclusive Edition by Steve Niles and Dennis Calero (Dynamite Entertainment)
Black Market #1-4 and Vol. 1 by Frank Barbiere and Victor Santos (BOOM! Studios)
BOOM! BOX 2014 Mix Tape #1 by Ryan North, Noelle Stevenson, Jake Lawrence and various (BOOM! Studios)
Burning Fields #1-3 by Michael Moreci, Tim Daniel, and Colin Lorimer (BOOM! Studios)
Carbon Grey #1-3 and Vol. 1 by Paul Gardner, Khari Evans, Hoang Nguyen, Mike Kennedy, and Kinsun Loh (Image Comics)
Clive Barker's Nightbreed #1-4 and Vol. 1 by Clive Barker, Marc Andreyko and Piotr Kowalski (BOOM! Studios)
Conan/Red Sonja #1-4 by Gail Simone, Jim Zub, Dan Panosian and Randy Green (Dark Horse Comics)
Danger Club #1-4 and Vol. 1 by Landry Q. Walker and Eric Jones (Image Comics)
Dark Engine #1-5 and Vol. 1 by Ryan Burton and John Bivens (Image Comics)
Egos #1-4 and Vol. 1 by Stuart Moore and Gus Storms (Image Comics)
Faith Issue #1-4 and Vol. 1 by Jody Houser, Francis Portela and Marguerite Sauvage (Valiant)
Princeless: The Pirate Princess #1-4 by Jeremy Whitley, Rosy Higgins and Ted Brandt (Action Lab)
Proof #1-5 by Alexander Grecian, and Riley Rossmo (Image Comics)
Roche Limit #1-5 and Vol. 1 by Michael Moreci and Vic Malhotra (Image Comics)
Severed #1-7 and Collected Edition by Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft and Attila Futaki (Image Comics)
Todd, the Ugliest Kid On Earth #1-4 and Vol. 1 by Ken Kristensen and M.K. Perker (Image Comics)
Trish Out of Water #1-5 and Vol. 1 by Vince Hernandez and Giuseppe Cafaro (Aspen)
Undertow #1-5 and Vol. 1 by Steve Orlando and Artyom Trakhanov (Image Comics)
Wolf #1-4 and Vol. 1 by Ales Kot and Lee Loughridge (Image Comics)
World of Archie Comics Double Digest #46-51 by various (Archie Comics)
Additional titles debuting on comiXology Unlimited today include these indie selections:
Atomic Robo & The Ghost of Station X by Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener (Tesladyne)
Changing Ways: Mutation Vol. 1 by Justin Randall (Gestalt Comics)
The Deep: Here Be Dragons #1-3 by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer (Gestalt Comics)
Neomad Vol. 1 by Stu Campbell (Gestalt Comics)
ComiXology Unlimited launched in June and contains an excellent selection of titles from Image Comics, Dark Horse, IDW Publishing, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite Entertainment, Kodansha Comics, Oni Press, Valiant Entertainment, Archie Comics, Fantagraphics Books, Humanoids, Action Lab Entertainment, Aspen Comics, Magnetic Press, Zenescope Entertainment and more. ComiXology Unlimited is currently in the U.S. and will expand to other regions in the future.
ComiXology Unlimited features include:
  • Unlimited reading, on any device: Access thousands of digital comics, graphic novels and manga including best sellers like The Walking Dead, Attack on Titan, Hellboy, Adventure Time, Peanuts, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lumberjanes, Saga, The Umbrella Academy, Outcast, and Transformers. Enjoy offline reading using the comiXology app on Fire Tablet, Android, iOS, or streaming on the web at
  • Exceptional Content:  Whether you’re into sci-fi or slice-of-life, comiXology Unlimited offers the widest subscription selection of digital comics in the world. With an immense catalog and cinematic Guided View reading experience, the comic you want is always at your fingertips.
  • Free one-month trial: Not sure if you’re up for binging on comics? Enjoy the first month free and explore our expansive digital library.
To start the free 30-day trial of comiXology Unlimited today just visit
About comiXology:
ComiXology, an, Inc. subsidiary (NASDAQ:AMZN), is a revolutionary, cloud-based digital comics platform. With content from over 125 publishers as well as thousands of independent creators from around the world, comiXology provides an unrivaled library of comic books, graphic novels, manga and bandes dessinĂ©es. The company’s first-in-class innovations include the exclusive Guided View technology which provides an immersive and cinematic reading experience and a new monthly subscription service. ComiXology is based in New York City, with operations in Seattle, Los Angeles and Paris. For more information visit and follow the company on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr.

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