Read 15,000 Marvel Comics Online for 99 Cents (for a Limited Time)


Right now, Mar­vel is run­ning a pro­mo­tion where if you join Mar­vel Unlim­it­ed, using the pro­mo code SDCC14, you can pay 99 cents for your first month, dur­ing which time you can access “over 15,000 Dig­i­tal Comics, fea­tur­ing Earth­’s Might­i­est Heroes and the galaxy’s vilest vil­lains – all span­ning Mar­vel’s 75 year his­to­ry!” Yes, that includes the Incred­i­ble Hulk, Cap­tain Amer­i­ca, The Mighty Thor & many oth­er favorites.

Accord­ing to Wired, the “comics can be viewed on PC and Mac, as well as iOS and Android devices through a Mar­vel Unlim­it­ed app. Read­ers can down­load up to 12 comics at a time for offline read­ing.”

A Mar­vel Unlim­it­ed sub­scrip­tion usu­al­ly costs 69 dol­lars a year or $9.99 a month, but the terms and con­di­tions say that “Sub­scribers can can­cel their sub­scrip­tion at any time by access­ing My account or e‑mailing Mar­vel cus­tomer ser­vice.” In oth­er words, you can sub­scribe for one month, pay 99 cents, read a heck of a lot of comics, then decide if you want to con­tin­ue the sub­scrip­tion — or not — before the end of 30 days. (Just as an fyi, offers a sim­i­lar arrange­ment with audio books. You can join their 30-day free tri­al, down­load a free audio book, then decide whether you want to stick with the pro­gram before the mon­th’s end. No mat­ter what you decide, you can keep the free audio book. Find more details here.)

If you pre­fer to just pay zero cents for comics, please see our two pri­or posts.

Down­load 15,000+ Free Gold­en Age Comics from the Dig­i­tal Com­ic Muse­um

Down­load Over 22,000 Gold­en & Sil­ver Age Com­ic Books from the Com­ic Book Plus Archive

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