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Now compatible with iOS 4. Some features were accidentally left out, we are currently working on an update.

Looking for digital comics? That's our app called "Comics", not this one! This is a print comic tracking application.

comiXology + iPhone…Wednesdays just got better.

comiXology lets you you see what's coming to your local comic book store on your iPhone! Review all the covers, creator info and many previews that are scheduled to arrive! Check your list at the store, even without a network connection (especially nice for iPod Touch users).

Four Mice from Macworld! "When Wednesday arrives, comiXology may be the handiest thing to have with you this side of Batman’s utility belt."

"ComiXology is a Must-Have App for Comic Fans" -


Most comics are not confirmed to ship until the Monday evening the week of shipping.

- browse all shipping comics (Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Image, IDW, and all the other independents - has the most complete listings on the web)
- review descriptions and covers for this week, last week and next week
- preview pages from many comics each week
- "Pull" comic books (free account required)
- read comiXology's insightful articles
- listen to comiXology's weekly interview podcast, It Came Out on Wednesday
- discover new comics by checking out comics pulled by other people
- keep comic listings and covers on your iPhone or iPod Touch, even without a network connection
- With retailer participation, your pull list can be sent to your retailer!

What's next:
- subscriptions
- search

Developed by Cyrus Najmabadi

What's New in Version 1.3.2

• Publisher filters are returned!
• Feedback when pulling

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Customer Reviews

Very cool way to keep track of what comics you buy.

I actually was looking for a way to keep track and found this app so I checked out their web site too.

It's a very tedious process to subscribe (no fault of them, there is a lot of comics in existence), so you'll want to do it from the web (but it’s not perfect there either).

The web site is a bit easier:
I don't see how to subscribe from the app just to mark to pull a single issue (also if you want 3 copies I don't see how to do that).

I wish on the app (and the web) I could check off that I got that issue, so I can see what I'm missing (especially if they are out of that issue, I need to go find it later and remember it).

With these few issues, I think I'll be printing my list from the web site and taking it with me (and using a pen to cross things off).

A plus is that I subscribed to Teen Titans and automatically had the "annual" added to my list. But some other title I subscribed to didn't add the "special". Also, II subscribed to Batman and a Batman trade paperback showed up on my list. That's probably on the site in the back end. That said I'd rather have extras on my list (that I can ignore) than extras not make the list that I might miss.

It's got the potential for a 5 star app, but it needs a few more basic features.

Solid app

I don't have any problems. Plus this is the only app I can find for a print pull list. I would suggest 1) building a database of past issues/books so that people can make note of issues to grab for series they're just getting into. 2) more importantly, carry my pull list over! Like, make it a check list and if I don't check something off, then it should show up the next time I go to create a list. Also, if I have a comic on my pull list and the next issue comes out, it should automatically be added.

Has potential but is mostly a mess

I like the idea of a pulllist app and the interface is okay. But the information is updated sporadically and it offers features that are irrelevant and doesn't offer some that seem crucial to pulllists. Why have a news tab that hasn't been updated in over a year but not have a way to view your subscriptions? Why have a podcast tab at all... Has nothing to do with your pull list. But if you must have it, shouldn't it have some content in it? I guess comiXology is solely focused on digital comics. Which is a shame. Some if us still love picking up their books each week at te comic shop and the comiXology pulllist app used to be a big part of that for me.

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  • Free
  • Category: Entertainment
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.3.2
  • Size: 5.9 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
  • Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
  • Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
  • Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes

Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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