These comics are not free for everyone, but if you have an Amazon Prime membership – and many of you do just so you can watch Mozart in the Jungle and The Man in the High Castle – you also have access to a number of free ebooks for your Kindle via the new Kindle Prime program.
And this program includes graphic novels. More than 20 excellent titles are available to read free on your Kindle, including Lumberjanes, Hellboy, Peanuts, Sabrina, Valiant samplers and more. For the adventurous, there’s also NAPI The Trixter: A Blackfoot Tale by Jason Eaglespeaker, a graphic novel that’s part Indigenous myth and part self help.
This program is a little bonus via ComiXology and Prime that you many not have known you had – I got an email urging me to check out the Prime Reading program, and while I was drooling over an iridescent Coach tote, I checked out the program.
BTW, if you use this link, it’s coded to my Amazon affiliate link and someday I will be able to buy that iridescent Coach tote.
In the meantime, while you’re not thinking about handbags, go read some free comics on your Kindle or the Kindle app on your device of choice.
I need to be reminded of the ‘perks’ that come with a Prime membership. Thanks for the friendly reminder.
Do they all come with Kindle DRM, then? Or do publishers have the option to go DRM free like they do on Comixology?
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