Marvel has announced a new slate of free comics available on its Unlimited service, in front of the paywall. This new lineup, including characters like Black Panther, the Fantastic Four, Captain America, Venom and more, will be available today, May 5, through Tuesday, June 2.
Last month, Marvel released free comics including classic stories like Avengers Vs. X-Men, Civil War, The Dark Phoenix Saga, and others, in an effort to provide quarantined fans an affordable time-sink.
Anyone who wants to take advantage of the offer can head over to the Marvel Unlimited website, or download the Marvel Comics App and navigate to the ‘free to read’ section. The publisher has also recently announced its return to single issue distribution, and its plan to slowly ramp up to pre-COVID numbers.
Check out the list of what’s available below, or head over to Marvel Unlimited’s page, here. The comics will also be available through the Marvel Comics App as well as comiXology for a limited time.
- SECRET INVASION (2008) #1–8
- Secret Wars (2015-2016) #1–9
- BLACK PANTHER (2016) BY TA-NEHISI COATES #13–18 and #166–172
- FANTASTIC FOUR VISIONARIES: JOHN BYRNE (1961) #232–240
- CAPTAIN AMERICA: WINTER IN AMERICA (2018) (Issues #1–6)
- VENOM (2018) BY DONNY CATES: REX #1–6
- Miles Morales: Spider-Man: STRAIGHT OUT OF BROOKLYN (2018) #1–6
- MS. MARVEL: NO NORMAL (2014) #1–5
- HULK: PLANET HULK, Incredible Hulk (1999) #92–105
- CAPTAIN AMERICA: SAM WILSON (2015) #1–6
- DOCTOR STRANGE: THE WAY OF THE WEIRD (2015) #1–5
- AMAZING SPIDER-MAN MASTERWORKS, Amazing Fantasy #15, Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #1–10
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