If you are a comic book fan then we have some good news for you. Last year when Amazon and Comixology announced Comixology Unlimited, a subscription plan that gives you access to a wide range of comic books for free, it would seem the two comic giants, Marvel and DC, were not part of that list, until today when the company announced that comic books from Marvel will be available on the platform.

Starting from now, new Marvel comics such as the new Iron Fist, America and Elektra books will be available and old comics like the Amazing Spider-Man, Ms Marvel and even Star Wars will be free to read. In addition to that, free comics from publishers like IDW, Image, Boom Studios, Kodansha and more is already available as part of the subscription. Selected Marvel comics will also be available through Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime Reading as part of the deal, which is good for those of you that want to get into the Marvel comic book scene.

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There is a 30-day free trial for those of you that want to give the subscription a try and after that, the subscription will cost only $6 a month which is a decent amount for access to a variety of comics. As for Kindle Unlimited subscription, that will cost $10 a month. the Comixology and Kindle app can be downloaded from the Play Store or App Store.

Source: Gizmodo