Marvel Unlimited

Marvel Unlimited

100,000 - 500,000 downloads

Pros
  • Free content
Cons
  • Don't you prefer to buy comics at the kiosk?
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Expert's Review
3.0
Standard

"Comics, assemble!"

Reviewed by / May 14, 2013

Marvel's own comic reader

Marvel Unlimited is Marvel's own comic reader, and another step to promote online comics. As a reader, it has nothing to write home about aside of the usual options to read previously downloaded files when offline. Of course, its main feature is the chance to subscribe to a premium account and read multiple series, or just purchase a certain number, in both cases you can get a preview of what you're paying for. However, fans will feel that this has been a missed chance to create a superior reader that makes the most of a mobile device.

There's also a lot of free content, though they are likely separate numbers or interrupted or outdated collections, but it's OK if you want to have a look at some classics, for example to know how Jean Grey was before all that Phoenix stuff and so.

Tags: marvel unlimited.

Developer's original description available here
Introducing the Marvel Unlimited app for Android - a new benefit of our digital comics subscription program!

Members of Marvel Unlimited can now experience over 70 years of Marvel's greatest comics like never before - with our patented Smart Panels technology, and the ability to read offline when not connected to a wi-fi or cellular network.

Not a Marvel Unlimited member yet? No worries! You can preview every issue in the archive and read dozens of full free issues to explore the benefits of Marvel Unlimited risk-free!

Download now and explore the Marvel Universe!

Recently changed in this version

Version 1.2.1
Update to Privacy Policy

Version 1.2

NEW! Comment on your favorite comics
NEW! Sign in with Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Yahoo!
ALSO! Easier viewing of free issues on home screen, and lots of bug fixes, UI and performance tweaks


Lists with Marvel Unlimited

Some lists where this application appears: Comics Reader (Comics).

Comments and ratings for Marvel Unlimited
  • (48)

    by William Leavenworth on 14/04/2014

    Marvel 's main app is slick, so why is this so clunky? I can ignore the occasional crash and tiny buttons, but the smart panels feature is flat out broken. Panels frequently have dialogue cut off, and sometimes appear out of order. You'd probably need a t

  • (48)

    by Michael W on 14/04/2014

    If you're looking for an app that takes center stage and then gets in the way of you simply enjoying it's presented content, this app is for you

  • (48)

    by Ben McFadden on 13/04/2014

    I love having access to my Marvel Unlimited subscription this way BUT I do hope the glitch of being randomly signed out is fixed. It will look like you're still signed in but start only giving 'preview' access to comics until you sign out for real and the

  • (48)

    by Eric Ogilvie on 11/04/2014

    The Marvel Unlimited library is excellent, but unfortunately this app is garbage. Low-res images, "smart panels" that cut off word ballons, a user interface that pops up every time you turn a page, constant crashes, and on and on. It's really sad that Mar

  • (48)

    by J. Allen Stewart on 10/04/2014

    Jan 2014 upgrade lost ability to sort by publication date on asus tablet. The single feature that redeemed the app was destroyed. Sent email to support, but no response and no effort to correct what must be a simple fix (incorrect field assignment...'date

  • (48)

    by Richard Bennett on 10/04/2014

    This app is so bad. Smart panels are formated incorrectly and cut the pictures off. It is slow. The buttons are so small. You have to zoom to read and it gets confused and turns the page. Get it together Marvel/Disney.

  • (48)

    by Paul Kensler on 10/04/2014

    Pros: a great value and convenient to read comics on my Galaxy S4. The smart panels feature does a good job focusing on the active parts of the page, which is a big help when reading on a smart phone. Cons: The app feels like a half-baked attempt, and th