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Comics Service Offering 1,800 Titles for Free

This week’s new comics day was a strange one as creators, fans, and retailers came to terms with the strange status quo of no newly-released comics. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t new comics to discover. A rad service called izneo is answering the call from comics fans with a free monthly subscription their premium service—which includes over 1,800 comics!

Read 1,800 Free Comics Including LOCKE & KEY and THE BOYS for Free Right Now!_1

Dynamite Comics, art by Darrick Robertson and Tony Avina

The expansive service and digital bookstore has an impressive collection of comics from some of your favorite publishers and calls itself the worlds first truly “global comics service” due to its selection of North American and European comics as well as a bunch of manga! The premium service, which allows readers to enjoy nearly 2000 comics and graphic novels for free, is usually $7.99 a month but it’s currently free so that we can all #StayHome and #ReadComics.

So what sort of things can you access? Well, the free comics you can read include Locke & Key, The Boys, Back to the Future, Star Trek, The X-Files, Transformers, Archie, Judge Dredd, Godzilla in Hell, My Friend Dahmer, Darwyn Cooke’s Parker, Jem and the Holograms, Mars Attacks, Kindred, Red Sonja & Conan, The Boys, Vampirella, and many many more!

Read 1,800 Free Comics Including LOCKE & KEY and THE BOYS for Free Right Now!_2

IDW Comics, Jason Copland and Daniel Irizarri

Though you probably already hold all of those titles, a really great feature of izneo is the huge catalog of free European comics and manga, plenty of which you can access with an izneo premium account! We hope that this app helps all the comics fans staying at home find something great to keep them occupied during these strange times. One of the coolest things about izneo is the range of platforms that you can use it on, the service is available on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Nintendo Switch and Nvidia Shield!

Header Image: IDW, Gabriel Rodriguez