At long last, DC Comics has officially embraced the ComiXology Unlimited service, making numerous books available to read for those subscribed to the Amazon-owned digital comics retailer.
For some time now, DC has been noticeably hesitant to follow the trend of subscription-based, all-you-can-read digital comics services like ComiXology Unlimited or Marvel Unlimited. However, as evidenced by ComiXology's homepage, it appears the Burbank-based publisher has finally had a change of heart.
As of now, a slew of iconic DC Comics titles are currently available under ComiXology Unlimited, including All-Star Superman, Batman: The Complete Hush, DC Universe: Rebirth, Batman/The Flash: The Button Deluxe Edition, Watchmen #1, Aquaman: The Trench, Wonder Woman: The Lies, Action Comics #1000, Batman: Year One, Flashpoint, Justice League: Origin, Identity Crisis, Batman: White Knight #1, Geoff Johns' The Flash, Teen Titans: Earth One (Vol. 1) and Superman: The Rebirth.
Additionally, for a limited time, Batman: Earth One (Vol. 1) and Wonder Woman: Earth One (Vol. 1) are also available.
An extensive selection from DC's Vertigo imprint is also available, including hallmarks like V for Vendetta, Saga of the Swamp Thing: Book One, John Constantine, Hellblazer: Original Sins, Preacher: Gone to Texas, The Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes, Transmetropolitan: Back On the Street and iZombie: Dead to the World, among others.
At this time, it does not appear that the monthly fee for ComiXology Unlimited will be increasing as a result of DC's addition to the service. Moreover, all of the DC Comics titles that have been added will also be available under Kindle Unlimited and Prime Reading.