Comichaus App Launches in November

Written by Martin Unsworth Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Comic Book News

Comichaus, the online resource for indie comic books will be launching a revolutionary new app in November that has been described as the ‘Netflix for comics’. The Comichaus app will allow users to discover new independent comics by streaming them.

Subscribers to the app will be able to search the entire Comichaus catalogue for featured comics, new releases, and ‘most read’ releases. For only £3 per month (or £30 a year), users will be able to read as many titles as they like and will be able to store some offline too. The Comichaus app will only contain indie comics and 50% of the subscription and advertising revenue will be split with the creators, continuing the ethos and goodwill created by the established website.

Readers will also have the chance to buy physical print copies of the comics they read on the app via the website, supporting the creators and indie publishers even more.

The app will initially be available on iOS 9 and 10.x, Android 4.4 - 7.x and in portrait for handsets and both portrait and landscape for tablets.

For more information, head over to https://www.comichaus.com/app/ and sign up for notifications before the launch and keep an eye on the STARBURST website for a fantastic competition to win a year-long subscription and an Amazon Kindle!


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