Three Comics Series to Try on hoopla

If you're new to comics or just want to avoid spending even more money at your local comics shop, reading digital comics on hoopla is a no-cost way to try out a new comics series or three. The service includes titles from several comics publishers like DC, Boom, Image, and IDW, though not always the newest issues. Create a free account tied to your library card number for access to up to eight titles per month. Here are a few suggestions for comics to read on hoopla:


Giant Days

This is an ongoing, slice-of-life series about a group of university students in England. Their hilarious hijinks cover the mundanities of college life, like getting the flu, avoiding exams, and figuring out grown-up relationships.





Jem and the Holograms

This comic adaptation of the 1980s cartoon brings the characters of Jem and the Holograms into the 21st century. Jerrica Benton and the rest of her crew lead a secret life as pop stars trying to make it in a tough music scene. A fun, colorful series that improves upon its source material.






Gotham Academy

Set in Batman's Gotham, this is an antics-filled story about students at Gotham Academy, a mysterious boarding school. There are secret societies, ghosts, and doomed love stories aplenty in this adventure story for all-ages.

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