Free Golden Age Comics

A quick fyi for the com­ic fan: A newish web­site, The Dig­i­tal Com­ic Archive, opens up free access to pub­lic domain Gold­en Age Comics, which fell into kids’ hands from the late 1930s until the ear­ly 1950s. You won’t find here the big name comics from the peri­od (Super­man, Bat­man, Cap­tain Amer­i­ca, Won­der Woman, Cap­tain Mar­vel, etc). But that should­n’t stop you from giv­ing the archive a good look. There are still a lot of gold­en comics to rum­mage through.

To get start­ed, sim­ply reg­is­ter for an account and then start sift­ing and down­load­ing the texts. The down­load­ing part can be a lit­tle tricky in some cas­es. So please vis­it their FAQs if you run into any prob­lems. Hap­py read­ing…

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