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Having consistently ranked as one of the top-grossing i Pad apps in i Tunes, Comi Xology was called the "i Tunes of comics" by The New York Times in May 2012.
A pull list is an agreement for reservation of particular comic books each month between a customer and the retailer.
In the decade since the service became available, over 600 shops have subscribed to Comixology’s retail services, which only cost shops around per month.
These tools also provide a comic shop locator to customers looking to find new stores.
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Lists can be long and out of date, occasionally leaving comic shops with boxes of un-picked up comics that impact sales.
In 2008, Comixology launched Pull List and Retailer Tools, a subscription service that allowed buyers to select the books set aside for them at their local comic shops when they drop on Wednesdays.
Many comic shops offer incentives for customers who set up pulls as it helps them know how many books to order week-to-week.
For .99 a month customers can explore thousands of titles, like The Walking Dead, Attack on Titan, Hellboy, Adventure Time, Peanuts, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lumberjanes, Saga, The Umbrella Academy, Outcast, Transformers, and more.
The press reception for the launch was mostly positive, with journalists and bloggers focusing on the low price point, the 30-day free trial and the diverse collection of independent comics, graphic novels and manga available at launch.