Marvel Comics–Freshly Digitized For 11/23/12

November 26, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

marvellogo1Already plowed through the thousands of comics available in Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited? Fret not, Marvelites! We add new books into the collection every week to keep you up to your neck in digitized comics!

Check the new issues that hit Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited this week, broken down by day and theme. And below that, you can peep at what new comics to expect next week.

Stay abreast of all MDCU releases by checking out the Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited Calendar!*

MONDAY NOVEMBER 19
FEAR ITSELF: THE FEARLESS (2011) #10
JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (2011) #630
VILLAINS FOR HIRE (2011) #1
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20

VILLAINS FOR HIRE (2011) #2 

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21

VILLAINS FOR HIRE (2011) #3

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22

VILLAINS FOR HIRE (2011) #4
X-23 (2010) #12
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23
BATTLE SCARS (2011) #1
GHOST RIDER (2011) #0.1

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Disney’s ‘DigiComics’ iPhone App Launching Worldwide In 2010

December 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Disney is rolling out a digital comics application for Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch and Sony’s PlayStation Portable globally beginning in Italy and soon to include the U.S. and UK, with rollouts in key markets throughout the world in 2010.

Disney DigiComics will begin by offering a relatively modest fifty downloadable comics featuring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and other familiar Disney characters via in-app purchases, according to the Disney Comics Worldwide blog. The company will then begin adding five to ten new comics weekly, continuing storylines.

The comics were originally created for newspapers and magazines in Disney-crazy Italy, though in the future new content may be created just for the application. Series available first, according to the report, are X-Mickey, Wizards of Mickey, The Canterville Ghost, and Phantom of the Opera. Wizards of Mickey is published in the States by Boom! Studios (see “Boom’s Disney Standards”).

Up to 50,000 stories from the Disney archives are eventually planned for release through the app, according to Italy.

The new application represents a divergence from Disney’s digital strategy for desktop, where it’s pursuing a subscription model. Disney Books is now offering over 500 titles online by subscription for an annual fee of $79.95 (see “Disney Makes Children’s Books Available Online”).

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Marvel Digital Comics – Free Mondays (4/6/09)

April 6, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Marvel ComicsWelcome to FREE Mondays! Each week we focus on all of the newly digitized books you can read for FREE inside the greatest collection of Marvel comics available online:

Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited! Plus, we’ll let you know what’s coming up next week for FREE, too! With each book, not only are you getting a free peek inside Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, but each free Digital Comic either gives you a look at a book featured in a recent collection or a comic that’s in stores now.

How would you like to have five free digital comics to help get you through the school and work week? Here ‘ya go!

DAREDEVIL #111 (1998)
SECRET INVASION: SPIDER-MAN – BRAND NEW DAY #1
MS. MARVEL #27 (2006)
SECRET INVASION: THOR #1
CLOAK AND DAGGER #1

Find out what next week’s five free digital comics will be below!

MARVEL ZOMBIES 3 #1
MARVEL ILLUSTRATED: MOBY DICK #4
NEW AVENGERS #44
BIG HERO SIX #1
HULK #7 (2008)

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Marvel Digital Comics – Free Mondays (3/9/09)

March 9, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Marvel ComicsWelcome to FREE Mondays! Each week we focus on all of the newly digitized books you can read for FREE inside the greatest collection of Marvel comics available online: Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited! Plus, we’ll let you know what’s coming up next week for FREE, too! With each book, not only are you getting a free peek inside Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, but each free Digital Comic either gives you a look at a book featured in a recent collection or a comic that’s in stores now.

Check out this week’s five free digital comics from Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited!

DEADPOOL #1 (2008)
FRANKLIN RICHARDS: NOT-SO-SECRET INVASION #1
UNCANNY X-MEN #145
NEW WARRIORS #14 (2007)
SHE-HULK #28 (2005)
Want to know what issues are available next Monday? Find out now!

SECRET INVASION: X-MEN #1
RUNAWAYS #1 (2008)
SECRET INVASION: WHO DO YOU TRUST? #1
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #2 (2008)
SECRET INVASIONS: INHUMANS #1

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Marvel Digital Comics – Free Mondays (12/15/08)

December 15, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Marvel ComicsWelcome to FREE Mondays! Each week we focus on all of the newly digitized books you can read for FREE inside the greatest collection of Marvel comics available online: Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited! Plus, we’ll let you know what’s coming up next week for FREE, too! With each book, not only are you getting a free peek inside Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, but each free Digital Comic either gives you a look at a book featured in a recent collection or a comic that’s in stores now.
Get ready to cozy up with your computer screen, ’cause more free digital comics are comin’ at ya!

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2008) #1
HULK: RAGING THUNDER #1
INFINITY CRUSADE #1
MARVEL ADVENTURES HULK #13
AVENGERS (1963) #72

And don’t forget to check out the conclusion of the FREE Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited exclusive digital comic SECRET INVASION: HOME INVASION! It chronicles the events of Kinsey, a normal teenage girl in the Marvel Universerse, as the world she knows gets turned upside-down by the Skrull invasion!

Now that you’re up to date on what’s for FREE this week, here’s what’s coming for FREE next week.

MIGHTY AVENGERS #12
NEW EXILES #7
NOVA ANNUAL #1
RUNAWAYS (2003) #11
WOLVERINE: DANGEROUS GAMES #1

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Marvel Digital Comics – Free Mondays (12/8/08)

December 8, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Marvel ComicsWelcome to FREE Mondays! Each week we focus on all of the newly digitized books you can read for FREE inside the greatest collection of Marvel comics available online: Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited! Plus, we’ll let you know what’s coming up next week for FREE, too! With each book, not only are you getting a free peek inside Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, but each free Digital Comic either gives you a look at a book featured in a recent collection or a comic that’s in stores now.
Get ready to cozy up with your computer screen, ’cause more free digital comics are comin’ at ya!

AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL #19
THE LAST AVENGERS STORY #1
PUNISHER SAGA #1
DAREDEVIL: THE MAN WITHOUT FEAR #3
GENNEXT #1
DARK REIGN PREVIEWS #1

And don’t forget to check out the FREE Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited exclusive digital comic SECRET INVASION: HOME INVASION! It chronicles the events of Kinsey, a normal teenage girl in the Marvel Universerse, as the world she knows gets turned upside-down by the Skrull invasion!

Now that you’re up to date on what’s for FREE this week, here’s what’s coming for FREE next week.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2008) #1
HULK: RAGING THUNDER #1
INFINITY CRUSADE #1
MARVEL ADVENTURES HULK #13
AVENGERS (1963) #72

Source: Marvel.com

Marvel Digital Comics – Free Mondays (11/24/08)

November 24, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Marvel ComicsWelcome to FREE Mondays! Each week we focus on all of the newly digitized books you can read for FREE inside the greatest collection of Marvel comics available online: Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited! Plus, we’ll let you know what’s coming up next week for FREE, too! With each book, not only are you getting a free peek inside Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, but each free Digital Comic either gives you a look at a book featured in a recent collection or a comic that’s in stores now.
Get ready to cozy up with your computer screen, ’cause more free digital comics are comin’ at ya!

THUNDERBOLTS (2006) #116
ULTIMATE HUMAN #2
FRANKLIN RICHARDS SAGA #1
CAPTAIN AMERICA (2004) #37
FANTASTIC FOUR (1997) #554
MARVEL ADVENTURES FANTASTIC FOUR #37

And don’t forget to check out the FREE Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited exclusive digital comic SECRET INVASION: HOME INVASION! It chronicles the events of Kinsey, a normal teenage girl in the Marvel Universerse, as the world she knows gets turned upside-down by the Skrull invasion!

Now that you’re up to date on what’s for FREE this week, here’s what’s coming for FREE next week.

NEW AVENGERS #38
X-MEN: LEGACY #213
YOUNG X-MEN #1
ASTONISHING X-MEN #13
MARVEL ADVENTURES IRON MAN #13

Source: Marvel.com

Marvel Digital Comics – Free Mondays (11/10/08)

November 10, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Marvel ComicsWelcome to FREE Mondays! Each week we focus on all of the newly digitized books you can read for FREE inside the greatest collection of Marvel comics available online: Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited! Plus, we’ll let you know what’s coming up next week for FREE, too! With each book, not only are you getting a free peek inside Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, but each free Digital Comic either gives you a look at a book featured in a recent collection or a comic that’s in stores now.

Get ready to cozy up with your computer screen, ’cause more free digital comics are comin’ at ya!

AVENGERS: THE INITIATIVE ANNUAL #1
X-MAN #54
PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #27
MOON KNIGHT (2006) #12
GHOST RIDER (2006) #20

And don’t forget to check out the FREE Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited exclusive digital comic SECRET INVASION: HOME INVASION! It chronicles the events of Kinsey, a normal teenage girl in the Marvel Universerse, as the world she knows gets turned upside-down by the Skrull invasion!

Now that you’re up to date on what’s for FREE this week, here’s what’s coming for FREE next week.

NEW X-MEN (2001) #143
ALL-WINNERS COMICS #9
Iron Man (1968) #2
PUNISHER WAR ZONE #26
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #564

Source: Marvel.com

Warner Brothers Presents Motion Comics

July 18, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

Warner BrothersNew Batman, Watchmen webisodes coming.

July 18, 2008 – Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and Warner Premiere announced today a new way for graphic novel fans to connect with their favorite characters and the stories they know and love through short-form digital content. Warner Premiere’s Motion Comics draw on a massive amount of source material to bring a visually engaging experience to life through the use of subtle movements, voice-overs, sweeping music scores and stunning comic book artwork. Read more

Superheroes On Your Cell Phone With Digital Comics

June 20, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

TOKYO – After taking on the big and small screens, comic book heroes like Spiderman and Superman may soon be appearing on an even smaller screen—your mobile phone.

Suit-clad businessmen reading comic books are a common sight on Japanese trains, but they could soon be poring over their phones with publishers increasingly digitalizing their comics to cash in on the country’s mobile-savvy consumers.

The July 11 launch of Apple’s iPhone could also spur the growth of the mobile comic market as the device’s touch-screen would make it easier and more appealing to read comics on handsets, analysts say.

As the number of mobile phone subscribers approaches 108 million, or 85 percent of Japan ‘s population, carriers are moving away from voice services, beefing up content services and data transmission to increase revenues.

E-mailing, music-downloads and Internet surfing are already popular, and analysts expect comics to be the next big thing with the number of titles for mobile use soaring recently.

Comics led the size of the mobile publication market to double in the last business year to 22 billion yen ($204 million), according to Internet and media research firm Impress R&D. The size is almost three times bigger than the e-publication market for PCs.

“Until now, users had been extensively using mobile phones for emails,” said Shinko Securities analyst Tomohiko Okugawa said. “Now that’s shifting to games and comics … this is the area it’s going to be very interesting.”

Top mobile phone carriers—NTT DoCoMo Inc, KDDI Corp, and Softbank Corp—recently unveiled handsets and services, enhancing features like video downloads and animated e-mails, a move seen benefiting content providers such as MTI Ltd, DeNA and Dwango.

“We cannot be ahead of competition just by prices, features and sounds like we used to, and now we have to improve contents and user-friendliness to position ourselves apart from the rivals,” said Toshitake Amamiya, general manager of KDDI’s content and media division.

“The importance of contents has been growing … It is crucial to pursue what we can do in this market where each adult always carries around a mobile phone and uses it as a life tool.”

Nikko Citigroup analyst Hiroshi Yamashina said the bigger, better screens of new cell phones will help make mobile comics more popular.

Carriers have been releasing handsets in collaboration with popular TV brands, with some of them boasting 3.3-inch screens. Yamashina said the launch of Apple Inc’s iPhone would also push up popularity of mobile comics as it can revive the sense of turning pages on its touch-screen.

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