Marvel Entertainment is now offering free comic books to all comic book fans while they remain in quarantine for social distancing.
What’s going on:
Marvel Unlimited — the Marvel digital subscription service — is offering free access to a slew of iconic Marvel comic books, including stories with characters like the Avengers, Spider-Man, Captain America, Captain Marvel and the X-Men.
Normally, Marvel Unlimited costs about $9.99 a month. It gives you access to most of Marvel’s archive of comics, save for anything released within the last six months. But this new package is completely free.
The comics will be available from Thursday, April 2, to Monday, May 4.
Which Marvel comics are free for April?
Here’s a rundown of which Marvel comics will be available for free:
- “Avengers vs. X-Men”
- “Civil War”
- “Amazon Spider-Man: Red Goblin”
- “Black Panther” (Vol. 1) by Ta-Nehisi Coats
- “Thanos Wins” by Donny Cates
- “X-Men Milestones: Dark Phoenix Saga”
- “Avengers: Kree/Skrull War”
- “Avengers” (Vol 1: The Final Host) by Jason Aaron
- “Fantastic Four Vol 1: Fourever”
- “Black Widow” (Vol. 1: SHIELD’s Most Wanted)
- “Captain America: Winter Solider Ultimate”
- “Captain Marvel” (Vol 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More)
How to access the free comics
- Download the Marvel Unlimited app for iOS or Android.
- Click “Free Comics” on the landing page.
- No subscription or trial service will be necessary.