Are you a Comic fan? Well than this is something for you! With its huge catalog of over 24,000 free comics, Comic Book Plus can become your new favorite web site.
As usual, we like to bring bring you interesting and fun sites of free access, whether it is books, photographs or any other content. If you're a fan of comics, especially if you like old retro comics, certainly you will become a fan of Comic Book Plus.
Comic Book Plus is a vast repository of content, with over 24,000 comics from the eras of gold and silver.
The golden age of comics starts at the end of 1930, when many of the superheroes that have survived to this day (like Superman, Batman, and Captain America) made their first appearance where from the industry grew enormously. The end of the golden era took place around 1950, when sales fall, and then, around 1956, the Silver Age begins: at this time, stories of superheroes are no longer the main attraction, but arise a great number of sub-genres: stories of romance, horror, fantasy and crime earning their own audience, before the start of the second wave of superheroes like the Flash and Spiderman. While the most famous comics are not being under any copyright, a lot of material this time is in the public domain and is available in Comic Book Plus.
You can browse the catalog by type, language, gender or category (adventure, superhero, western, etc.). So you begin reading immediately, we leave some examples of what you can find in Comic Book Plus:
- Santo, the Silver Masked, Zorro and a lot of other titles in English and other languages, including Spanish, Arabic, Hindi and French.
- Captain Marvel: the original Fawcett Comics, which was later bought by DC, and other superheroes like Amazing Man and The Arrow.
- Collections of comic strips published in newspapers such as Little Nemo or Terry and the Pirates.
- You can find non-fiction comics, like Marvels of Science and Ripley's Believe it or not, classic comics such as GI Joe or even literary magazines and fanzines like The Black Cat.
It also provides rankings and lists on the site to help you find the right material of your tastes and better even: you can explore the 100 most downloaded or better rated, or search randomly in the "Insite" section comics.
The files are all free and downloadable, not surprisingly, in .cbr or .cbz format, so you'll need a suitable application for reading comics, but you can read them online if you are registered on the page. To download material in Comic Book Plus, you need to open an account (completely free) and wait for approval by site administrators (it takes a few hours). After that, you're ready for hours of free comics. Enjoy!