Leader in Subscription Digital Cloud Comics offers free preview for Free Comic Book Day
SAN JOSE, Calif., April 29th, 2013 — ComicBin, the leading provider of subscription digital comic books, is celebrating Free Comic Book Day by offering a 3 day free preview of its subscription service from Friday, May 3rd, 2013 through Sunday, May 5th, 2013. The free preview will give all registered users a chance to read more than 700 comics books available as part of the service from top publishers including Top Cow, Arcana Studios and Bluewater Productions.
“Free Comic Book Day is a great way to get new readers interested in comics.” says ComicBin Founder Jason Goldsmith, “But many comic book fans are migrating to digital comics and we want to be there to support them as well. We’ve got a great selection of comics and there’s something for everyone.”
To take advantage of the preview, comic book fans simply need to register for free at http://comicbin.net and login during the free preview window. After the free trial users will have the option to subscribe to the monthly plan or may continue accessing a limited selection of comics for free.
ComicBin’s wide variety of comics are available on iOS, Android, Amazon Kindle Fire, Mac, PC, Windows Phone, and Windows 8 or any modern web browser. The ComicBin comic reader is designed for large and small screens and provides an engaging reading experience. ComicBin requires no downloads and comics will be available for immediate viewing.
ComicBin is an innovative digital publishing service offering comic book fans instant access to the rich history of the comic book medium. ComicBin’s subscription service encourages readers to explore the breadth of content created throughout the industry’s long and storied past without resorting to piracy.
ComicBin provides users with a legal, easy to use comic book reader and provides fair compensation to publishers, creators and IP holders through a subscription based cloud service. ComicBin bridges the gap between comic book enthusiasts and the creators and also provides an opportunity for independent comics to reach the same audience as major publishers. More information about the service is available at comicbin.net.
For more information please contact the ComicBin press office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (209) CMICBIN (209-264-2246).