Devil's Due Comics Offers Full Digital Library for Free Amidst COVID-19

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
March 19, 2020  04:16 PM


Being stuck at home with nothing to do during the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) isn't fun when you're not the type who enjoys binging on films and TV shows. But if you're looking for comic books to read to pass the time, Devil's Due Comics has your back. The publisher has decided to make its entire digital library available for free during the pandemic.

Devil's Due Comics issued an announcement through a press release confirming that their entire digital library will be available to readers for free (via

"In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Devil's Due Comics wants to do their part by helping you stay healthy and safe, and combat another side affect of all of this - CABIN FEVER! All digital comics offered through our webstore are free to download for the next week," the announcement reads.

Interestingly, the publisher also offered an option for those who want to get physical copies of their comics. The statement revealed how Devil's Due Comics will be dealing with the package to ensure safety amidst COVID-19.

"Any inbound package is not touched for 36 hours by any of warehouse staff," the announcement continues. "There are comprehensive cleaning and sanitization protocols in place for all sections of our warehouse. Hand sanitizers have been placed throughout the warehouse and associates are to use them before packing any order."

In addition to that, the publisher assures that they are taking precautions with warehouse associates who are experiencing flu-like symptoms.

It's great to have an option if you wish to read comic books instead of watching movies and TV shows during the pandemic. You can check out Devil's Due Comics' digital library here.

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Nobelle Borines can be described as a heavy-metal pop culture geek, like a weird combination of Supernatural's Sam and Dean Winchester. She enjoys reading horror and fantasy novels when she isn't writing about the different fandoms around the world. Nobelle is currently working on a scary book but is too scared to let you read it just yet
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