Skip to comments.SXSW 2013: Marvel #1Sample over 700 first issues of new and classics Marvel series for free!
Posted on 03/10/2013 3:00:22 PM PDT by SMGFan
In an unprecedented new reader initiative, Marvel Comics unleashes Marvel #1, an offering of over 700 first issues from the length and breadth of the companys history at no charge. This special promotion begins Sunday March 10 and runs until 11PM Eastern Time on Tuesday, March 12 as free downloads via the Marvel Comics app and Marvel Comics Digital Comics Shop.
This is the perfect way to show everyone how much we believe in our material by letting them try the first issues for free, because were sure once they start, they wont stop, says Marvel SVP Sales, Digital & Print David Gabriel. Week in and week out we ask fans to come check out our new releasesboth in print and digitallywith the promise that well bring them the best comics made by the best talent and managed by the best editorial team in the industry. Now, existing and news fans [alike] can discover the heroes they know and love and learn about new ones all at the same time.
More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/story/20260/sxsw_2013_marvel_1#ixzz2NB1MDmbv
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I will have to recheck out “Marvin” (a nastier version of Dennis the Menace”) and Millie (a shameless ripoff of Archie Comics’ Katy Keene)
Oh, and “Not Brand Ecch!”, an entire comic devoted to bashing DC characters.
They get to a total of 700 quickly when you throw in limited series #1s
I drifted away from new comics nearing on ten years ago (or did they drift away from me), but there are quite a few titles that have never been reprinted and I can’t/won’t afford. This is a nice way to sample them.
For example, I’ve always wondered who Sun Girl was, so now I can find out!
LOL, you can get every issue for download on the torrent sites. Marvel is a lib bastion..
And I used to think the FreeRepublic server was slow.
YIKES!! Nothing happening there.
DC was just too friggin' weird/hokey for my tastes.
Downloaded the app to my android tablet, but it does not recognize the fact that I have wifi access to the Internet. Oh well...
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