11 sites where you can read free comics!

Since we’re now in an age where it seems to be completely acceptable to steal movies, music, and books digitally, it’s refreshing to see an effort made by people who want to do things legally and with some integrity. To keep interest in comic books alive and strong, there are some legit sites where fans can check out comics for free. If you are interested, here are some sites to check out. (source)

  • Marvel’s Official SiteThere are 50 free issues to get you started before you purchase an issue or subscribe.
  • DC KidsandRead DC– Some quality free content here for the kids and the adults respectively.
  • Comixology– It’s owned by Amazon and has enough free stuff to get you started with a similar subscription structure to Marvel’s.
  • Drive Thru Comics– A huge variety to scroll through that’s not part of the Marvel or DC universes.
  • Amazon Kindle Store– Take the time to browse and you find lots of free offerings.
  • Digital Comic MuseumA place to go for the classics, and auctions that go for insane prices.
  • Comic Book PlusDeals with issues that are all free and legal with some interesting classic thrown in the mix.
  • Go Comics– Free, but ads that can be bypassed with a subscription.
  • Dark Horse Free Pages– Not a massive collection of free stuff, but enough to get your intrigued.
  • The Internet Archive– The place to go to find work that’s been long forgotten.

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