Image Comics Available on Graphicly

Today’s an exciting day at Graphicly HQ (iFanboy’s parent company) as we’re pleased to announced that Image Comics are now available on Graphicly. As you all know, Image Comics is one of the top publishers, and THE place for creator owned work, with tons of amazing titles including Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead and Invincible, as well as Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon and many, many other great titles.  

Today Graphicly launched over 200 issues of Image Comics titles ranging from a complete run of Savage Dragon and Morning Glories from Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma, as well as The Walking Dead, Invincible, Scott Snyder’s Severed and many more.  And the best part? We’ll be working with Image to provide new comics, the same day as print. So you can get your fix come Wednesday.

Head over to Image Comics on Graphicly and dive into the great comics.  Try something new, like Near Death #1 or Lil’ Depressed Boy #1, or catch up on Morning Glories or Savage Dragon.  We’ll be adding new titles daily, so be sure to keep coming back for more, especially on Wednesdays!

Here’s a few samples of some of the great books available from Image Comics:

Savage Dragon #0 – The Origin Issue by Erik Larsen

Near Death #1by Jay Faerber and Simone Guglielmini

Severed #1 by Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft and Atilla Futaki


  1. So it’s official: Robert Kirkman owns your soul!

  2. “Today Graphicly launched nearly over issues of Image Comics titles ranging from”

    I think you a number in there.

  3. Nice, Think I’ll finally check out Savage Dragon now.

  4. My favorite part of this news is that the word “exclusive” is nowhere to be found. I’m really happy to see options for digital distribution continue to improve and expand, and in a way that allows consumers to choose the platform they like best.

    • Yeah I was happy to see that as well since I have buying Image digitally for a while now using the Image app provided by another company.

  5. I know where I’ll be buying my image books from now on.

  6. Glad to see Graphicly expand their library. I just read my digital comics on my laptop, and Graphicly’s reader seems to work the best for that.

    Any word on getting DC?

  7. !!! hey thats great. Glad there is a solution to the “no pre-order = not in stock ever” problem i run into with almost all image books nowadays. I think i’ll be trying more image stuff now.

  8. How come I can see all the issues available of Savage Dragon on the website, but when I go to the iPad app, I only see 70 something issues?

  9. Awesome news.
    Looking forward to reading future issues of Near Death, Severed and Morning Glories on Graphicly.

    Thanks Ron!

  10. I hope I don’t offend the iFanbase, but I prefer ComiXology. Far superior app for digital comics. If you haven’t already, check out the app.

  11. hmm, i’ve already been buying on the Image app and comixology and basically been ignoring (although I have an account). There just isn’t enough there to justify using another app. This is the first news that makes me think that is capable of being a legit competitor to comixology and not just an also-ran with some interesting tech/ideas. Congrats on a big win, and I will be hunting for Image books on there from this week on!

    • I wish was good. The interface looks nice and the logo is awesome. There’s just no competition compared to ComiXology content wise, and functionality wise. Especially since the ComiXology had their major update in August.

    • Got to agree, just isn’t in the same ballpark as ComiXology usability and content wise.

      …also, and this probably isn’t a problem for a lot of people but drives me nuts, Graphic.Ly’s Windows Phone 7 app is dreadful whereas ComiXology’s (via the DC Comics app) is excellent.

    • …also, I think I read in another press release that the same Image books are going day and date digital on ComiXology as well.

    • What really drives me nuts about the app is you can’t delete your comics unless you delete the entire app. This is unacceptable. I guess I just have to uninstall the app every time I read something on the app. Comixology app allows me to delete them from my local device without uninstalling the entire app. Who do you think I’d rather buy comics from?

      Graphicly needs to come out of the dark ages and update their app to have at least the basic functionality that Comixology has if they want to compete.

  12. One thing I’d like the Graphicly website to have is a section for day and date new releases. It doesn’t seem to have one. Let me know if I’m wrong. I use both Comixology and Graphicly. I’ll be using Graphicly more since they’ve added Image. One feature I like about Graphicly is the comments feature. Comixology is more of a straight reader. What’s nice is that there are multiple sites to read comics. It’s nice to have options.

  13. the way that i see it, the spirit of “support your favorite creators and LCS” also applies to the websites we get our news and community from. if i have a chance to support this site through my choice of digital comic vendor, that thats good enough for me.

  14. I always wanted to try out Savage Dragon, apparently now I can from the beginning. Sweet!