Comic Blitz Review! Digital Comics Subscription Service Provides Necessary Competition

Digital library comic blitz

If I’m pro-anything it’s 1) Pro bacon 2) Pro Double Shot Arcade (legit unbeatable 4 foot game) 3) Pro competition in digital comic book libraries.

I’ve written for years now that the best thing that could ever happen to Marvel Unlimited is some comparable digital comics library service (*cough*DCUnlimited*cough*). It’s easy to exist with flaws in a vacuum, but some healthy competition can push you to improve the product in a way that benefits all comic book readers.

We’ve seen some strong steps in this direction in 2016 with Comixology Unlimited, and now for the first time I’ve started exploring Comic Blitz. Continue reading “Comic Blitz Review! Digital Comics Subscription Service Provides Necessary Competition”

Comixology Unlimited Review! Is It Worth It? What Should You Read?

The new Comixology digital library

Comixology shocked the comics world (and plenty of creators) this week with the announcement of Comixology Unlimited, the digital comics answer to Marvel Unlimited, Spotify, Netflix, and subscription library services.

The promise of a “Netflix for Comics,” spread across various publishers and genres has been the holy grail of digital comics readers about as long as I can remember (I have long-term memory issues). Is Comixology Unlimited the answer to all our comics bingeing prayers?

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What’s The Best Service For “All You Can Eat” Digital Comics Today?

The new Comixology digital library

When I was a boy, we used to walk uphill, barefoot and naked even, right in the snow both ways (!) on our way to the local comic shop. For decades, you really had one option for comic book reading – You pull out your 35 cents (This was never my price, but price increases in the 70’s were outrageous!) and you get your floppy comic book. Continue reading “What’s The Best Service For “All You Can Eat” Digital Comics Today?”