External Tools


ComicTagger (opens in a new tab)

  • Runs on macOS, Microsoft Windows, and Linux systems
  • Get comic information from Comic Vine
  • Automatic issue matching using advanced image processing techniques
  • Batch processing in the GUI for tagging hundreds or more comics at a time
  • Support for ComicRack and ComicBookLover tagging formats
  • Native full support for CBZ digital comics
  • Native read-only support for CBR digital comics: full support enabled installing additional rar tools
  • Command line interface (CLI) enabling custom scripting and batch operations on large collections


ComicTagger is best used for "western comics". You'll need an account with ComicVine (opens in a new tab) or Metron (opens in a new tab) to use the application.

While ComicVine does have some manga in its database, it's nowhere as much as comics. If the series you are trying to find is not found in the database then fetching metadata from the service won't work.

If you are working solely with Manga, it's best to use MangaManager