Comixology-Logo.jpgComiXology’s Unlimited service debuted last month to a great deal of fanfare.  Featuring a large collection of graphic novels and the first arcs of major series including Scott Pilgrim and The Wicked + The Divine, the company appeared well on its way towards becoming the fabled “Netflix of Comics.”

Today, the company, a subsidiary of Amazon, announced that they would be adding a large number of titles to their Unlimited service slate.  The following titles will debut on Monday, June 27th:

Afterlife With Archie #1-3 by Roberto Aquirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla (Archie Comics)
Aliens: More than Human #1-4 by John Arcudi and Zach Howard (Dark Horse Comics)
All New Soulfire #1-2 by J.T. Krul, V. Ken Marion and Kyle Ritter (Aspen Comics)
Amy Devlin Mystery Vol. 1: Past Lies by Christian Weir, Nunzio DeFilippis, and Christopher Mitten (Oni Press)
Archer & Armstrong: Wrath of The Eternal Warrior #5-9, Vol. 2 by Fred Van Lente and Emanuela Lupacchino (Valiant Entertainment)
Bee and Puppycat #1-4, Vol. 1 by Natasha Allegri and Garrett Jackson (BOOM! Studios)
Chaos: Digital Exclusive Edition #1-6 by Tim Seeley and Jim Terry (Dynamite Entertainment)
District 14: Season 2 Vol 1 and 2 by Pierre Gabus and Romauld Reutimann (Humanoids)
El Niño: The Guayas Delta Vol. 2 by Christian Perrissin and Boro Pavlovic (Humanoids)
God Hates Astronauts #1-5 by Ryan Browne (Image Comics)
Grimm Fairy Tales: Ascension #2-5, Vol. 1 by Patrick Shand and Butch Mapa (Zenescope Entertainment)
Grimm Fairy Tales: Inferno #2-5, Vol. 1 by Ralph Tedesco and and Gabriel Rearte (Zenescope Entertainment)
Gronk: A Monster’s Story Vol. 1 by Katie Cook (Action Lab)
Harbinger: Renegades #5-10, Vol. 2 by Joshua Dysart, Phil Briones and Matthew Clark (Valiant Entertainment)
Invincible #9-13, Vol. 3: Perfect Strangers by Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker (Image Comics)
Krazy & Ignatz: 1925-1926 & 1939-1940 by George Herrimann (Fantagraphics Books)
Legends of Red Sonja #1-5 by Gail Simone, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Nancy Collins, Devin Grayson, Marjorie Liu, Leah Moore, and Jim Calafiore, Tula Lotay, Carla Speed McNeil, Phil Noto (Dynamite Entertainment)
Mage: The Hero Discovered #1-8, Vol. 1 and 2 by Matt Wagner (Image Comics)
The Mice Templar #1-7, Vol. 1 by Bryan J. L. Glass, and Michael Avon Oeming (Image Comics)
Mind the Gap #1-5 by Jim McCann, Rodin Esquejo, Sonia Oback (Image Comics)
The Sixth Gun: Sons of the Gun #1-5 by Cullen Bun and Brian Hurtt (Oni Press)
Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 2: Unexplored Worlds by Steve Ditko (Fantagraphics Books)
The Technopriests Vol. 1 and 2 by Aexandro Jodorowsky and Zoran Janjetov (Humanoids)
Vampirella Archives Vol. 1 by Frank Frazetta and various (Dynamite Entertainment)
The Zombies That Ate the World: In the Name of Love Vol. 2 by Jerry Frissen and Guy Davis (Humanoids)
Zombie Tramp vs. Vampblade #1-3 by Jason Martin and Dan Mendoza (Action Lab Entertainment)

The press release paid special attention to a number of Magnetic Press titles which will also be debuting on June 27th:

The Adventures of Basil & Moebius #1-4 by Ryan Schifrin, Larry Hama, Adam Archer, Lizzy John, and others. (Magnetic Press)
Daomu: Complete Edition by Xu “Kennedy” Lei and Ken Chuo (Magnetic Press)
Meka #1 by JD Morvan and Bengal (Magnetic Press)
Naja #1-2 by JD Morvan and Bengal (Magnetic Press)
Luminae #1-2 by Bengal (Magnetic Press)
Poet Anderson #1 by Tom DeLonge, Ben Kull, and Djet (Magnetic Press)
Super-Ego #1-4 by Caio Oliveira and Lucas Marangon (Magnetic Press)
Zaya #1-3 by JD Morvan and Huang-Jia Wei (Magnetic Press)

It is worth noting that when the Unlimited Service debuted, there was some criticism about its limited slate.  Many offerings only featured the first volumes of series, thus making the Unlimited service more like a sampling platter than an all-you-can-eat buffet.  With the addition of volume 2s of series such as Invincible, it seems like the tides are starting to change.

ComiXology Unlimited is $5.99 a month.

Comments

  1. Hufnagel0 says

    Any word on titles being removed from the selection? I’d guess that they’d wait a few months to see what isn’t getting hits before removing it, but ya never know. I just hope they add a “Only available until ______” message for anything about to get the boot.

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