My understanding with the way Hoopla works (and this may be a City of LA Library thing) is that not everything that can be read on Hoopla is on each library’s contract as the libraries do pay for your Hoopla access.
The interesting thing about this is the assumption that everything on Bezolandia is what is digitized. I’ve owned Adventure Comics 105 for a long time on iBooks and it was not available for purchase from Comixology (which was still a thing when I bought it) and likewise, some of the Superman versus collections were on iBooks (and I owned those, like the vs. Shazam and the vs. Brainiac one) as was the collected version of Superman/Shazam First Thunder and all of these were purchased and were on sale from iBooks - whereas CMX has only the single floppies of the First Thunder mini-series, not the collected edition, and didn’t have those Superman Versus collections at all. Likewise, the World’s Finest by Gibbons and Rude (which I didn’t own but existed for a few years on iBooks), until these all eventually popped up on CMX, or now, just Bezolandia.
With respect to Hoopla, they will often have some digital material (which they are getting from DC, and for which DC is getting cash income from Hoopla), before they show up on Bezolandia or DCUI.
Also, I do agree and appreciate that you are keeping ‘track’ so to speak of the fact that the single digital issues available for purchase on say the old CMX are crappy digitized scans, not yet fully remastered, which in some cases is absurd, since DC has remastered ‘plates’ or originals from when the DC Archive Editions were released for print and sale (and, to my knowledge - an example of this being the earliest Wonder Woman, from the self-titled and Comic Cavalcade floppies, all of which exist as remastered versions on the hard cover collections of the DC Archive Editions, and to my knowledge, none of the DC Archives were ever digitized, just those DC Chronicle collected volumes (trade paper backs) of say the GA Superman or Silver Age Green Lanterns. And publishers, even if the content is repeated, sometimes “shot” (e.g. made ‘plates’ for printing) from one source material (e.g. Archive Editions) and then made different ‘plates’ from essentially the same material from different sources (Superman GA floppies for the DC Chronicle TPBs.
Either way, great job! This is an excellent resource, especially that you are keeping it up.
Note: A reprint of the story “Captain Marvel, Jr. Fights the Champ” from Marvel Family #25 was supposed to have been included in Shazam! (1973) #5, but was not. Thanks to @HubCityQuestion for the assist.
The following books are now available on DCUI, and have been transferred from the Digitized Comics Unavailable on DCUI list to the Digitized Comics Only Available in Collected Editions on DCUI Ultra list:
These graphic novels are now available on DCUI and have been removed from the Digitized Comics Unavailable on DCUI list:
Just a general note, I’m not going to keep bumping the thread with updates every week while we’re getting the Adventure Comics and Superman issues. In general, these issues may have one story in them that was previously excerpted in a collection or reprint issue, so it doesn’t seem substantial enough to bother with an update notification every time. Rest assured, if these newly digitized issues contain any stories that were previously digitized elsewhere, they are being removed from the lists.