GlobalComix is one of the fastest growing platforms for digitally reading comics, graphic novels and manga and the platform has announced their end of year sale. On the heels of their newly launched annual subscription, they are offering the ability to give the gift of unlimited access to their full digital library at a massive markdown to encourage new readers to see what the independent comics world has to offer. Beginning December 21st, 2021 at 12:01 AM EST and running through January 3rd, 2021 at 2:59 AM EST, a yearly subscription to GlobalComix Gold will be available to purchase as either a gift card or standard purchase at the low price of $49.99 — 40% off the regular price of $89.99. The discounted subscription is now available on the GlobalComix Gold page.
As graphic novels, comics, and manga are capturing more readers than ever before through the digital space, the demand for more stories has skyrocketed. GlobalComix is meeting this demand with a growing library of 10k+ books from the industry’s biggest up and coming talent, paired with a discovery engine that’s designed to bring readers their next favorite series. Borrowing from the binge model of streaming services, GlobalComix elevates the best work coming from the smaller independent studios and creators, but has created an ecosystem in which the artists both retain their rights and monthly payments are split only between the creators whose stories a subscriber reads. The company keeps just a fraction of subscription fees and donations.
Gift recipients and regular subscribers have the ability to read iconic titles, ranging from Mœbius (with stories now being adapted for the big screen by Academy Award-winning director Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit, Thor: Ragnarok)), to the entire library of pioneers of sci-fi-horror-fantasy known worldwide as Heavy Metal Magazine.
Readers will be pleased to also find premium contemporary content from the ex-Marvel leadership at contemporary upstart AWA Studios, which are led by names like J. Michael Straczynski of Babylon 5, Michael Morici, Benjamin Percy, and Jason Starr. Reads will also find up and coming storytellers like UK-based BHP Comics with its critical darling Killtopia currently being adapted into a full animated series by Studio Voltaku. Heavily present are the leaders of crowdfunding revolution currently happening in comics, with Netflix’s Adam Lawson and his Failed Superheroes imprint to USA Today Best Selling multi-talent Russell Nohelty.