ComiXology Announces New Subscription Model

ComiXology, an subsidiary, announced today that they are joining the ranks of Marvel and unveiled a new subscription plan called comiXology Unlimited. “We’re in a new golden age of storytelling with more incredible comics, graphic novels and manga than ever before,” said comiXology’s CEO and Co-Founder David Steinberger. “ComiXology Unlimited is fantastic portal to tons of great comics at a ridiculously great price. Get in there and start exploring.” They are giving their users the chance to freely read thousands of comics, graphic novels, and manga.

The service features books from Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, IDW Publishing, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite Entertainment, Kodansha Comics, Oni Press, Valiant Entertainment, Archie Comics, Fantagraphics Books, Humanoids, Action Lab Entertainment, Aspen Comics, Zenescope Entertainment and more. The features include:

  • Unlimited reading on any device including web, mobile, and tablet
  • Exceptional Content that includes Eisner Award-Winning Comics
  • Free one-month trial

“You may have heard of Love and Rockets, Krazy Catand Ignatz, or Lumberjanes – but had no idea where to start reading or what collection to buy. Now you can simply start reading all these great titles today,” said John D. Roberts, comiXology Co-Founder. “ComiXology is changing the game again. First, we ignited digital via our Guided View reading technology. Now, with comiXology Unlimited, everyone can easily explore the expansive world of comics.”


ComiXology Unlimited debuts in the USA today and will open to other regions soon. Start your one-month free trial at

Quotes are taken from a press releases provided by ComiXology.

Kaitlyn Booth
Kaitlyn Booth
Kaitlyn Booth is a writer, film critic, comic lover, and soccer fan based in Salt Lake City. She has covered such events as the Sundance Film Festival, San Diego Comic Con, and New York Comic Con and been a special guest and panelist at Salt Lake Comic Con and FanX. She has a deep fondness for female superheroes and independent film.