In 2016, the Amazon-owned digital comic book store Comixology launched a new service called Comixology Unlimited. It was like Netflix for comics, allowing people to read thousands of collections and single issues for the low monthly rate of $5.99 a month. However, the service launched without the “Big Two” publishers of Marvel and DC Comics joining in.
You can now read thousands of great collections and single issues from the publisher for one very low monthly price. There are tons of collections of great classic and more recent comic book stories for digital binge reading featuring Batman, Aquaman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, and many more. That includes collections and graphic novels like Watchmen, Flashpoint, Batman: Hush, All-Star Superman and more.
Thankfully, the price of Comixology Unlimited remains at $5.99 a month, which means the addition of DC Comics makes the membership even more valuable.
In addition to DC’s debut on Comixology Unlimited, collections of other DC Comics have now been added to two other Amazon-based digital book services. You can find them now on Kindle Unlimited, which costs $9.99 a month. In addition, Amazon Prime subscribers can read a large number of DC Comics collections for free under its Prime Reading feature.