ComicBlitz, the recently-launched unlimited reading app for comics, has added a number of new titles to their portfolio this week, just as the app has been approved for global use in the iOS marketplace, allowing anyone with an iPad to use their service, ComicBook.com has learned.
"Since launching, we have had a lot of requests from the international comic book community to be available in their regions," said ComicBlitz CEO Jordan Plosky. "The demand for all you can read digital comics is very strong and we are extremely excited to be able to bring the ComicBlitz app to our global audience anywhere in the world."
The new series rolling out this week on ComicBlitz include Valiant's Quantum & Woody Must Die!, Divinity and Imperium. Divinity features Valiant's first new character to headline his own series since the relaunch of the publishing line. Imperium is the next step in the evolution of Joshua Dysart's Harbinger epic.
Also included is the anticipated (and head-scratching) The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat and Pokey! from Dynamite; Aspen's Idolized, which blends reality TV with superheroes, and Action Lab Entertainment's kid-friendly fantasy series Skyward.
ComicBlitz, self-described as "the Netflix of comics," features all-you-can-read for a $9.99 monthly service with more than 2,000 comics and graphic novels. Check it out here or on the App Store here.