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100+ Image Comics digital comic 1st issues at Comixology + Kindle inc links (please read description) *Updated 19/04/20*
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100+ Image Comics digital comic 1st issues at Comixology + Kindle inc links (please read description) *Updated 19/04/20*

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Posted 17th AprEdited by:"erasion"
Image Comics are making over 100 1st issues across their titles available for free on Comixology. It looks like its for most series, and the majority of these have not been free before as far as I am aware.

For now they can easily added via the app by going to \Publishers\Image\Free\See All and adding them all.

Edit: Also available for Kindle (this link goes to a list of all the issues, and if your Amazon/Comixology accounts are linked, adding them for Kindle will also add them for Comixology)

Edit: And the excellent ComixologyFree Twitter feed now has the full list for Comixology.

I'll post a landing page for Comixology as soon as I find one. A few direct links to get you started:
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Any suggestions? I'd commend Saga, Paper Girls and The Wicked + The Divine. Picked up The Undiscovered Country and Copra but will no doubt be back for the full graphic novels eventually.
Happy is really good as well. comixology.co.uk/Hap…846

Edit: Not kid-friendly.
Edited by: "justdavey" 18th Apr
andwan018/04/2020 19:05

Landing page here:https://www.comixology.co.uk/free-comics


Always a good place to visit. Unfortunately it is not specifically for the Image first issues, and does not seem to include 100+ issues made free in the last few days.
Looks like a lot of weirdo US stuff I'd like classic Brit comics like the Beano and Dandy
Edited by: "ansonuk1" 19th Apr
ansonuk119/04/2020 14:27

Looks like a lot of weirdo US stuff I'd like classic Brit comics like the …Looks like a lot of weirdo US stuff I'd like classic Brit comics like the Beano and Dandy



If you haven't already done so, check out the titles over in this post. Might be more up your street.
In the absence of a quick way to collate these issues @comiXologyfree is worth a follow on Twitter. They seem to have gone through them all and tweeted about each one individually.
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