Marvel Unlimited was first launched in 2007 and it has been a treasure trove of comics for both new and old Marvel fans alike. It currently hosts more than 29,000 digital comics and it is always adding more. Today, the application was launched with brand new features and a new line of exclusive Infinity Comics, so now is the perfect time to sign up for a free trial.
The All-New and All-Different Marvel Unlimited allows fans to create reading guides and easily follow their favorite characters and series. It offers personalized recommendations based on what you favorite and what you read. If you decided to follow Iron Man or Captain Marvel, it will update you whenever there is a new story to read.
The relaunch also includes a highly requested feature with Unlimited Downloads for offline reading. You can now take as many comics as you want wherever you go and your place can now be synced across multiple mobile devices. It is also the home to the digital comics from the Star Wars Universe like Doctor Alpha and Darth Vader.
And every comic that you read gets you points on Marvel Insider that you can redeem for all sorts of amazing Marvel merchandise. The Insider program also includes 10% off at ShopDisney.com and Invites and Access to Marvel Events
How Much Is Marvel Unlimited?
The 7-day free trial gives you access to all the amazing Marvel Comics you could ever want and after that, the service cost $9.99/month or you can sign up for a whole year at $69 (which makes it only $5.75/month)
There is also a higher tier that includes a membership kit at $99 a year (8.25/month). The kit comes with a limited-edition Hasbro Marvel Legends Ms. Marvel: Spider-Man, an Unmasked Iron Man Skottie Young pin, Stark Unlimited Logo patch, and two variant comics.
Similar services like Comixology Unlimited cost $5.99, which has digital comics from other publishers like DC Comics, Boom Comics, or Image. It has Marvel Comics but nowhere near the amount Marvel fans find on the Marvel Unlimited app. It is the definitive home for the Marvel Universe and the Star Wars Universe.
What Is New On Marvel Unlimited?
Marvel has been working hard with the Technology teams in Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution (DMED). The biggest announcement is the 27 Infinity Comics on the all-new app, with over 100 more planned throughout the year. Marvel described these as:
Infinity Comics are brand-new, weekly stories from Marvel’s top creators told in visionary vertical format. These exclusive Infinity Comics can only be found on Marvel Unlimited, in-universe stories designed for phone and tablet starring the X-Men, Captain America, Shang-Chi, Black Widow, Venom, Carnage, Deadpool, and more.
These new exclusive ve Infinity Comics are being created by legendary writers and artists like Jonathan Hickman, Declan Shalvey, Skottie Young, Alyssa Wong, Nathan Stockman, Kelly Thompson, Gerry Duggan, and Lucas Werneck. And they’re being designed specifically to be read on your phone like a web-toon.
You can change out the FREE sample of the X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic right here without even signing up. And writer Johnathon Hickman could not be more excited about the new series as he told Marvel:
“Declan and I were pretty obsessive about stressing what we can do within the [Infinity] format and we think X-fans will be happy with the result. I’m always up for trying out new ways to make stories, and this turned out to be a very interesting format.”
The complete list of the new Infinity Comics titles includes Giant-Size Little Marvels by Skottie Young, Amazing Fantasy by Kaare Andrews, and a story about Wade Wilson/Deadpool’s pet land shark Jeff called It’s Jeff.
Dan Buckley, President of Marvel Entertainment, said in a statement:
“The goal for Marvel Unlimited has always been to provide the best digital experience for our fans by giving them direct access to all of their favorite Marvel comics. With this relaunch, we’re bringing fans an even richer experience with Marvel stories designed in a vertical format for the first time. Our new Infinity Comics give our creators a chance to tell stories in entirely new ways, and we’re looking forward to connecting our fans to those stories in the months to come.”
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