Now I know that Strangers in Paradise wasn't DRM-free on Comixology a while ago. I'd checked it specifically. Well now all of Abstract Studios' (ie Terry Moore's) comics are now DRM-free. Strangers in Paradise, SIP Kids, Echo and Rachel Rising. Which means my bank account will be getting significantly lighter over the next month or so.
Torn on whether or not to start Rachel Rising, because I strongly dislike reading ongoing comics, I'm absolutely a binge consumer. On the other hand, I've heard good things, I'd like to support it, etc. I'll probably start reading it soon.
PS I've still got no clue what's going on with Dynamite's catalog. Comics that were DRM-free on their second Humble Comic Bundle sale aren't DRM-free on Comixology. They are slowly expanding their DRM-free titles - most of The Boys is now DRM-free. What's going on, how did IDW (and many others) convert their catalog over so much faster than Dynamite?
Also can we start a letter writing campaign to Boom Studios asking them their stance and plans regarding DRM? They had a DRM-free Humble Comic Bundle as well but aren't participating in Comixology's DRM-free option. I sent them an email about it ages ago and never heard back. Hmmph.