We originally highlighted ComicRack in 2007, since then they’ve added features, published an extensive manual, added support for additional languages and add-ons, and improved sharing features.
ComicRack balances a powerful set of features with an easy to use interface. It supports common comic book archive types like CBZ, CBR, RAR, ZIP and more as well as conversion between formats. You can read in full screen mode, adjust how many panels you see, and use the built in magnifying tool for a detailed look at portions of the page. In addition to easy viewing you can organise your comics in a media player-like interface for creating reading lists and tagging your comics. You can even use set ComicRack to share its library with other ComicRack installations so your friends can access your collection.
If ComicRack doesn’t do enough for you out of the box you’ll find add-ons for everything from scraping online comic book databases to finding missing issues in your collection. If you’re a Mac user, make sure to check out previously reviewed ComicBookLover.