The publisher of the series. They do a 12-month plan for the comic (since they’re scheduled to be once per month) or you can buy the comics individually. They are based in the USA so if you’re ordering internationally you’re more than likely to have to pay delivery charges per comic.
A really good online comic store, but it’s American-based, so I’d only advise American buyers to purchase the comics from here, unless you wish to pay international delivery charges once a month.
eBay - UK
Do a search for the “Charmed Comics” or “Charmed Issue [number]” and you should find some results. There are some eBay comic shops that sell them, but they’re not always in supply. Be wary though, since eBay isn’t always known for it’s stellar deliveries. I had to get a refund from the eBay shop “DisposableHeroes” since my comic was just never delivered.
UK-based comic provider. They have a strange system. You can pre-order new issues to be delivered to you (not sure about international delivery), but once the comic has been released they won’t deliver it to you anymore and you have to pick it up from their stores. My experience with them hasn’t been great, since they delivered my comic about 3 weeks late.
Try your local comic book shop if the above links are of no use to you.
The above links are good for PHYSICAL copies of the comics. But what if you don’t have a comic book store near you, or you’ve had trouble with deliveries before? Not to fear! There are two internet comic providers who you can purchase the comics from digitally:
Both of these places provide pretty much the same services. Both sites have this really nifty feature whereby you can view the comics almost like a film - you can focus on specific panels and as you move through the comic it feels like you’re watching an episode. It’s brilliant!
However, Comixology seems to be the slower and laggier of the two sites as it’s still in beta. BUT, Graphicly only lets you pay via Google Wallet, which some people are not comfortable using since it’s relatively new.
If you use these websites you can access your digital copies of the comics from anywhere at any time. They tend to be a dollar/pound cheaper than physical copies after a few weeks.
Comixology - Generally cheaper for comics 1-14 ($1.99), but more expensive for comics 15-20 ($3.99)
Graphicly - $2.99 for issues 1-19, but $3.99 only for issue 20
Both sites list Volume 1 (Issues 0-5) as $7.99, so that will save you quite a bit of money instead of buying the issues separately (also, if you buy Volume 1, you get an exclusive bonus story!)
Unfortunately Volumes 2 and 3 are not available at either of these websites yet.
One more question may remain:
Should I buy the individual comics, or should I buy the volumes?
This is entirely up to you. The individual comics are great for feeling like a collector and you can get them as soon as they’re released, but can take up quite a bit of space. The volumes consolidate the numerous issues into a nice and neat graphic novel-sized book, but they take much longer to be released, since all the issues in the volume need to be published. They usually hold 6-7 issues each, as well as image galleries for the multiple covers the issues for the comics have.
Volume One: Issues 0-5 (yes, Issue 0. It acts as a catch-up to comic fans who haven’t seen the series at all or who’ve only seen snippets), and it also includes a bonus story about Charlotte Warren. 6 Issues and a bonus story.
The Bonus Story is ONLY available with Volume One.
Volume Two: Issues 6-12, that’s 7 issues!
Volume Three: Issues 13-18, again is 6 issues.
Volume Three has yet to be released, but Volumes 1 and 2 have been available for some time.
The Volumes tend to cost around £10-15 with a physical copy (from my own experience buying them - I’m not sure what that is in dollars), but the online versions as mentioned before are around $7.99 for the Volumes.