As part of DC’s Digital First program, the publisher is offering free issues of their famous first issues as ‘essential reads’ for the quarantined readers until June 8th.
Comic fans can now get their hands on free first issues in a number of the DC series.
The catalogues include first issues of comics like Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’s Watchmen, Neil Gaiman and Sam Keith’s The Sandman, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Dark Nights: Metal, Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s Doomsday Clock, Tom King and Mitch Gerads’s Mister Miracle, and Marv Wolfman and George Prez’s Crisis On Infinite Earths.
Quarantined readers who wanted to read can now catch up on these ‘essential reads’ using free digital promotion offers. You can read them through multiple digital retailers including Comixology or on Kindle devices until June 8th.
DC offers 34 comics for free until June 8th!
Titles including the first in the 2011-2016 Batman series from writer Scott Snyder which kicks off a new era for The Dark Knight. Plus, the first in the latest Harley Quinn series ‘Harleen’ and the first chapter in the 2011-2016 bestselling graphic novel Justice League are also available for free.
There is no limit for the readers to add all of the comics to their basket but the only restriction is that the offer is available for a limited time.
Once you finish reading the first editions of the series you can then purchasing the remaining comics in the DC collection, which are also available on Kindle and Comixology.