Launched last fall, ComicsFix does for indie digital comics what Marvel Unlimited does for comic book series from that mega-publisher: it offers an all you can read style service which is available on Android, iPad, and in your web browser.
Update: And now I know why I haven't heard of it. The service just launched a couple months ago. I thought it had launched last year, but that was just pre-launch coverage.
So have you used ComicsFix? What do you think?
I spent a few minutes with it this morning, and it's not bad.
ComicsFix costs $10 a month (with a 2 week free trial), and while it doesn't offer titles from the major publishers like DC and Marvel, it does offer enough indie titles that I might want to read for me to think about keeping my subscription.
I've added a dozen titles to my reading list from a variety of genres, and I would have added more except the site doesn't have a search function. There's also no way that I can see to list the participating publishers, so if you want to find a specific title you'll have a little bit of a problem.
There's also no easy way for me to see my reading list when viewing the website, but I doubt the iPad and Android apps have this issue. (I must be in the minority; I prefer comics in a web browser rather than an app on Android).
In terms of reading, it offers 1:1 zoom, full screen, and zoom to fit modes. It's supposed to remember the page I'm on, but I can't actually confirm that due to the difficulties in navigation mentioned above. In general the web app is readable.
I'm still exploring the service, but I wanted to take a few minutes and pass along what could be a useful and cheap way to read comics.
If you try it, let me know what you think of ComicsFix in the comments.