100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Free content
- Don't you prefer to buy comics at the kiosk?
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There's also a lot of free content, though they are likely separate numbers or interrupted or outdated collections, but it's OK if you want to have a look at some classics, for example to know how Jean Grey was before all that Phoenix stuff and so.
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!
This release contains some big new features, plus lots of bug and crash fixes.
We wanted to address one of your biggest gripes: losing your place when you leave the app. The new Recently Read section gets you back where you were, Automatic Bookmarks remember what page you're on and Streaming Comics gets you reading faster. Also emails sent from within the app will help our new Customer Service team fix problems faster.
Love MU? Leave us a review! Problems? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some lists where this application appears: Comics Reader (Comics).
App continually has problems finding a connection and refuses to load comics (I should note that my tablet often has a strong connection at the time). Awesome service lousy app.
Generally this is a decent app, but only decent. On my Nexus 10 (running Lollipop) it seems to never load past the fourth page. I have to add the issue to my library, and/or set it to read offline, and/or clear the app cache, and/or force kill the app to load more. From a usability standpoint, I have no idea why I can't add *series* to my library. To use the Netflix example, I can add the *show* A
No mark as read feature is beyond irritating. Crashes all the time. But I love all the comics available and for a good price.
This app is great when it works. Unfortunately it rarely works correctly. Whenever I load a new comic it tells me that it can't connect to the internet. Exiting and force stopping the app usually solves the problem, but I shouldn't have to do that.
It never fails to fail loading page 4 of every issue I try to read, that and the lack of panel-by-panel reading makes it a relatively poor app