Phoenix Comic Launches App, With Free Issue. You Know, For Kids.

Bleeding Cool has been repeatedly praising Phoenix Comic, a weekly anthology comic for kids sold in Britain. Indeed we’ve suggested that if you know kids in the UK that don;’read Phoenix, it’s tantamount to neglect not to let them read Phoenix.

Well now I’m taking that international. As Phoenix Comic has launched a newiOS  app, with a free copy and subscription options within, individual issues selling for $2.99 or £1.99 and SIX MONTHS WORTH of subscriptions for $13.99 or £9.99. That’s a serious bargain right there.

So, if you have a kid or know of a kid who uses an iPad and doesn’t have a Phoenix subscription, buy them one. And turn them into a comics fan for life.

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