10 Free Digital Comic Books – Kindle and Comixology


Instead of posting the usual list of 10 free Kindle ebooks, let’s change things up with a list of 10 free comic books.

There are hundreds of free digital comic books available at Amazon in both Kindle and comiXology formats.

There’s also this page at Amazon with current Comics & Graphic Novels Deals, with weekly sales up to 65% off.

If you want to find more freebies check this free comics list at Amazon.

You can read the comics using a Fire tablet, certain Kindle ereaders, a Kindle app or the comiXology app.

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10 Free Comic Books

Marvel Avengers Alliance (2016) #1

Marvel, 4.3 stars, 93 reviews

War has been declared on Earth by the Black Order…and the Avengers Alliance is the planet’s only hope for survival! A Chitauri invasion means the core team is going to need reinforcements! Nova, Ms. Marvel, and Squirrel Girl join the fray—with a special appearance by the Guardians of the Galaxy! But will they be enough to stave off the invasions? It’s all hands on deck for the Avengers Alliance as they combat a powerful new threat in the Redwood Forest. The battle for Earth reaches a critical stage in this epic adventure bridging the story between the smash hit mobile game Marvel: Avengers Alliance and the upcoming Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2!

Batman: Gotham Adventures (1998-) #1

DC Comics, 4.6 stars, 85 reviews

There’s a bounty out on the Clown Prince of Crime and no shortage of people trying to claim it.

The only place Batman can keep his nemesis safe is the Batcave, but even that haven may not be safe enough when the Riddler comes calling.

Star Trek: Countdown #1

IDW, 4.3 stars, 28 reviews

The countdown to the motion picture event of 2009 begins here, in the exclusive comics prequel to the upcoming blockbuster STAR TREK! JJ Abrams, Roberto Orci, and Alex Kurtzman present the origin of Nero, the mysterious Romulan who will ultimately threaten the survival of the entire universe. Don’t miss this first chapter in the story that brings STAR TREK back to the big screen!

Overwatch #1

Dark Horse, 4.4 stars, 281 reviews

Justice aint gonna dispense itself. It’s high noon as McCree takes center stage in Train Hopper, the first in a series of free digital comic shorts that further illuminate the characters and world of Overwatch. Train Hopper follows a day in the life of gunslinging outlaw Jesse McCree, the former Blackwatch operative who metes out his own brand of vigilante justice. In Train Hopper, McCree hitches a ride on a hypertrain to Houston in the hopes of skipping town and laying low for a while. But soon after the engine starts, he realizes his trip is going to be anything but low profile.

Doctor Who: Free Comic Book Day 2016

Titan, 4.6 stars, 41 reviews

Jump on board the TARDIS with FOUR all-new short tales of the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors! Whether you’re a whizz with a Sonic Screwdriver or completely new to Who, this is the perfect Free Comic Book Day adventure for SF fans of all ages! Written and illustrated by the creative teams of the regular comics, this is the ideal place to start reading!

Naruto Retrospective

VIZ Media: SHONEN JUMP, 4.7 stars, 292 reviews

Creator Masashi Kishimoto’s tale of the ninja who could, and then, eventually actually did, spend more than a decade captivating us with the long-game adventures of Naruto, Sakura, Sasuke, Jiraiya, Tsunade and any of the other worthy favorites we meet along the way. Whether you’re a long time die-hard or a newcomer in the enviable position of discovering this story for the first time, consider this new book our gift to you as you get lost in the Ninja World over and over again.

Archie’s Summer Splash

Archie Comics, 4.4 stars, 245 reviews

“Whose BEACH is it Anyway?”
Sun, sand, swimsuits and cool rockin’ tunes – no, it’s not a cinematic ‘beach party’ blast from the past, but a whole new summer splash from Archie and his friends! In this fun-filled free issue, Cheryl and her snooty friends from Pembrooke form an all-girl group to compete head on with the Archies at a summer beach music festival. Will Cheryl’s group be a tuneful treat, or mistaken for bellowing whales?

The Walking Dead #1

Image, 4.6 stars, 2067 reviews

Rick Grimes, Sheriff of a small town in Kentucky awakes in a hospital. Comatose after being shot while on duty, Rick finds the world abandoned of all things living and is faced with walking undead, who attack him on sight. He returns home to find his family, son Carl and wife Lori, gone. He meets his new neighbor, who points him towards Atlanta. After retrieving supplies from the abandoned Police Station, Rick sets off to Atlanta to search for his family.

Wonder Woman FCBD 2017 Special Edition

DC Comics, 4.6 stars, 6 reviews

New York Times best-selling writer Greg Rucka and fan-favorite artist Nicola Scott weave the definitive and shocking tale of Diana’s first year as Earth’s protector. Paradise has been breached, Ares stirs, and the Amazons must answer with a champion of their own…one who is willing to sacrifice her home amongst her sisters to save a world she has never seen. Wonder Woman’s journey begins in this epic origin story!

Animax – Free Comic Book Special

Liquid Comics, 4.4 stars, 65 reviews

12-year-old Max Duncan becomes the most powerful boy in the world when he gains the power to absorb the abilities and physical characteristics of any animal he touches. Lost and separated from his family during a vacation in the dense Amazon jungle, Max is chosen by the Earth Spirits as the latest in a long lineage of planetary defenders. Entrusted with a mystical artifact known as the Animus Stone, Max gains the power to absorb the abilities of any animal he touches and transform himself into a human-animal hybrid for seven minutes at a time. Taking on the attributes of lizards, lions, tigers, elephants, spiders, dolphins, and more – sometimes the transformations are gross, weird and bizarre – Max has a power no one else in the world seems to have. Joined by his faithful friends, Chris and Jenny, the three young heroes gradually find a way to use Max’s abilities to protect the planet and all its many creatures.

3 Responses to “10 Free Digital Comic Books – Kindle and Comixology”

  1. I haven’t read a comic book on an ereader, except once and I gave up on it… The Kindle Readers are very difficult to work with… 6″ is way too small a screen, plus the delay to zoom in to read the dang thing just takes too much effort.
    I went to my Kindle Fire 8″ and had a better experience than on the Kindle reader…

    Small eReaders are made to read books… period.

    Thanks Nathan

  2. It works really well on a smart phone or tablet as the comics are designed to move through the individuals panels on a single page sequentially — no need to zoom into each panel manually on a small device, say, even on an iPhone 5. It’s quite amazing considering the kindle app on iOS is pretty shitty when it comes to zooming in to read PDFs in comparison to the native iBooks app… in fact, one can easily — and comfortably — read scientific journals on an iphone 5 using the iBooks app as long as it’s formatted in a multi-column (2 or 3 ideal) designed PDF. Seeing colors instead of mere black on white is a plus and bigger phones or tablets would be even better. Several times I’ve tried to read comics on an e-ink ebook reader, and it just doesn’t work as well… In fact, I have already given up on that quest.

    • More about PDFs and journals: the goodreader app is STILL superior when it comes to working on PDFs as you basically can add all varieties of annotations easily (no need to type notes too as you can dictate anything and the phone will type your notes for you) and it also synchronizes the annotated PDFs to your computer/network storage/cloud account. No need to plug in your device and copy files in between. Quite frankly, I’d get an iPad pro anytime over the bigger Sony eReader if I wanted to heavily annotate PDFs. No need to worry about finding tip replacements too. The only advantage with e-ink is less fatigue (arguable given how easy it is to change screen brightness/colors/night mode), and the sheer lack of distractions with other easily available apps on a smarter device like netflix, a web browser, games, email, or whatever else. You are locked into a singular task — to finish reading whatever it is you have on file. On that note, the prices for the largest available e-ink devices are not easily justified.

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