Comic Geeks



    Comic Geeks's review

    Published: 2014-05-29, by .

    A comprehensive application for managing your comic collections

    • Effective
    • Great UI
    • A great collection
    • Easy to use

    "Proud Comic Geek"

    Comic Geeks is an application whose title says it all: it will be perfect if you're a fan of the comic world.

    This app will help you stay up-to-date with all the new releases and be the first to know when your favorite comic is coming out! In addition, Comic Geeks will also help you track your current collection and discover new and interesting books, with information about the creators and the price.

    You will also have access to several collections where you'll be able to add your owned comic books, the ones you want to read and of course, keep track of your favorite ones by setting ratings.

    The design of Comic Geeks is excellent, UI is perfect and everything works smoothly. This is definitely a unique app for fans of comic books, an essential tool for "comic geeks".

    League of Comic Geeks is the developer of Comic Geeks, a well-developed and effective application.

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    by Ana , Appszoom

    May 29, 2014


    The League of Comic Geeks app makes it easy to stay on top of the hottest new releases and track your ongoing collection or pull list.

    With Comic Geeks you can:
    - Browse recent and upcoming comic book releases, even several weeks out!
    - Discover new books with critic and community reviews
    - Create and manage a weekly pull list to keep track of your favorites
    - Catalog your growing comic book collection without limits
    - Save comics you're missing to your wish list to remember later
    - Mark issues read to save your reading progress
    - Search our comic book database containing over 200,000 comics
    - View everything offline (following login/sync) so you can bring your lists with you to a store even without Wi-Fi!

    The Comic Geeks app will periodically sync with your activity from and vice-versa when connected to a network.

    Note: The first sync/login will pull all relevant information down to your device. It may take a moment, but subsequent updates will not interfere with your use.

    Stay tuned for new, exciting features and improvements!

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    Users comments for Comic Geeks

    Daniel Nichols

    by Daniel Nichols

    Jan 19, 2018  |  "Good"

    This app seems like it could be useful, however the constant stuttering makes it hard for me to evaluate. The main issues I have with the app are to do with searching and sorting of my collection. The fact that I can't filter out read comics is enough alone to substantially reduce the usefulness of the app when you have a large collection. I would also like proper sorting options such as being able to sort comic series by title, date, comic count etc... Except the stuttering, these are simple things that, if implemented, would greatly improve the usability of relevant parts of the app (such as collections, which are kinda one of the main features of the service as a whole).


    by Coldshadow25

    Jan 08, 2018  |  "Great"

    Been using this app for a little over two years. When it first came out this was an excellent app and worked fantatsic. Since that update its been lagging and kinda slow. I really don't wanna switch to something else, please fix these and reimvigorate my faith and trust in this product. I even endorsed it on my YouTube channel.

    Raymond Robinson

    by Raymond Robinson

    Jan 08, 2018  |  "Good"

    I just installed this to my Moto G4 & when I go to set up my account it tells me that there was a connection issue. Please help!!!

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Dec 30, 2017  |  "OK"

    Not stoked on having to re-sync items after my collection and read list bugs out. Great concept, but way too many bugs. Can't use this anymore.

    Benjamin Lewis

    by Benjamin Lewis

    Dec 29, 2017  |  "Good"

    The interface is slow, but I'm fine with that. My biggest problem is that there isn't a way to add the issues that your database is missing. For some modern comics, you don't have all the variants, and for some older comics, you don't even have all the issues. I'd like a way to document the issues of older comics that your database doesn't have. (If you want specific examples, look at Marvel ROM and IDW Lost Light. Some numbers are missing.)

    Matt Proper

    by Matt Proper

    Dec 18, 2017  |  "OK"

    Worked on previous version of Android. Now, on Android 7, app freezes up when attempting to use barcode scanner.