Marvel Unlimited Will Now Be Getting New Comics Much Sooner

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Marvel Unlimited will be getting new comics a whole lot sooner than before. The publisher has announced that the comic book subscription service will now be getting new books just three months after they initially hit shelves. The previous window had been six months. Marvel has now cut that in half. 


“Since the beginning of the year, we’ve seen our stories read tens of millions of times on Marvel Unlimited, and we’ve seen a rising number of fans now looking to dive into more of their favorite stories featuring Spider-Man, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, the X-Men, and more,” said Jessica Malloy, VP of marketing, Marvel New Media. “This expansion for Marvel Unlimited delivers exactly that: fans can now read more of their favorite comics sooner! No other service can provide this kind of value and access to so many Marvel comics in one place. We’re thrilled to now be able to offer even more to readers.”


Marvel Unlimited has been one of our top-performing digital offerings for Marvel fans – especially now as we all continue to spend more time at home,” said Shane Rahmani, SVP and general manager, Marvel New Media. “This is one additional way Marvel Unlimited can provide a one-of-a-kind connection to the Marvel Universe, and we look forward to continue bringing fresh and exciting content on the service to new and loyal fans alike.”


Marvel Unlimited works like a streaming service, but for comics. Subscribers have access to thousands of books from the publisher’s entire history, which will now include new books just a few months after their debut. The service costs $9.99 per month or $69 annually. They also offer an “Annual Plus” plan for $99. 


This also comes as DC recently announced a move in this space. The DC Universe streaming service is being repurposed as a comic book subscription service. All of the video content that had been produced for the service will, instead, be heading to HBO Max. 


New Marvel Unlimited Titles 


  • Amazing Spider-Man #44
  • Avengers #34          
  • Black Panther And The Agents Of Wakanda #8
  • Captain Marvel #17
  • Dr. Strange #5
  • Empyre #1        
  • Empyre: Fantastic Four #0
  • Fantastic Four #21
  • Ghost Rider #7
  • Giant-Size X-Men: Magneto #1
  • Guardians Of The Galaxy #4
  • Immortal Hulk #35
  • Marvels X #4
  • Spider-Woman #2
  • Strange Academy #2
  • Strikeforce #8            
  • Venom #26
  • X-Force #10
  • X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills Extended Cut #1


So what do you think? Do you like the change? Will this be enough to get you to sign up for Marvel Unlimited? Join in on the conversation over on Facebook or Twitter

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