ComicBlitz Launches All You Can Read Digital Comic Books App

It’s been teased for a while, but now the app is finally live on iTunes for the iPad!

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Subscribers get all you can read digital comics available on the iPad for just $9.99 a month

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Los Angeles, CA – October 6, 2015 – ComicBlitz, the all you can read digital comic book app, launched today and is now available on iPad in the iTunes store. The iOS app gives subscribers unlimited access to more than 2,000 comics and over 50,000 pages for titles such as Bloodshot, Red Sonja, Fathom, Grimm Fairy Tales, The Little Prince and many more.

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“We want to make digital comics more affordable, and get more people reading them than ever before,” said Chief Executive Officer, Jordan Plosky. “We promise subscribers will get a true binge reading experience for digital comic books and graphic novels.”

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ComicBlitz will carry an ever expanding catalogue of outstanding, award winning content from the best publishers in the industry, launching with Valiant, Dynamite, Zenescope, Action Lab, Aspen, Red 5, Alterna, and more.

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Subscribers will get a host of beneficial features, including being able to download up to 1GB of comics for offline reading, create custom reading lists, save books to read later on your Bookshelf, rate and review comics, and, if the app is closed, start again right where you left off. New features are being added constantly.

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The free app is part of every ComicBlitz membership and subscribers can instantly read thousands of comics and graphic novels on any iPad (iOS8, or later) immediately after subscribing.

Users who subscribe for a membership today will get their first month of service free. In addition, all new subscribers will be automatically entered to win free prizes from our launch publishers.

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