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Marvel Unlimited expands with new line of exclusive comics from top creators

New in-canon series about X-Men and Deadpool and more, from the likes of Jonathan Hickman and Skottie Young

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Ana Diaz (she/her) is a culture writer at Polygon, covering internet culture, fandom, and video games. Her work has previously appeared at NPR, Wired, and The Verge.

Marvel just unrolled a complete revamp of its groundbreaking Marvel Unlimited reading app this morning, but it’s more than just a redesign. The subscription-based Marvel Unlimited service will now host Infinity Comics, an exclusive line of in-continuity Marvel comics series from the company’s top creatives.

27 Infinity Comics are already available on Marvel Unlimited, with plans to release over 100 by the end of 2021, including X-Men Unlimited, Giant-Size Little Marvels, Captain America, It’s Jeff, Black Widow, Amazing Fantasy, Deadpool, Shang-Chi, and Venom/Carnage. Each issue is presented in the vertical scroll form commonplace to comic platforms designed for phones and tablets, and creators on the series include Jonathan Hickman, Declan Shalvey, Skottie Young, Dax Gordine, Alyssa Wong, Nathan Stockman, Kelly Thompson, Gerry Duggan, Lucas Werneck, and Geoffo, according to Marvel’s news release.

Marvel Unlimited will also continue its role as a library of Marvel’s back catalog, with roughly over 29,000 issues available from the past 80 years of the company’s history. With the new update subscribers will also now be able to download as many issues as they want for offline reading, an increase from a maximum of six issues.