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Marvel just joined Comixology’s Unlimited subscription service

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Marvel comics fans will now be able to dive into old and new titles starring their favorite characters on Comixology for just a few bucks per month. io9 reports that Marvel has hopped aboard the Comixology Unlimited subscription service, giving subscribers access to many of the company’s best comic book arcs.

Comixology Unlimited, the digital comics company’s Netflix-style subscription service, launched last year, giving readers access to work from a variety of indie imprints like Dark Horse, Image, and Boom Studios. However, the Big Two imprints, Marvel and DC, were conspicuously absent from the initial rollout. Now, a year later, Marvel is offering readers the ability to “borrow” books like the first arc of Darth Vader and the first issue of America. Here’s the sampling of the titles now available through Unlimited:

  • All-New Wolverine (2015-) #1-#10
  • Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1.1: Learning To Crawl
  • Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 3: Spider-Verse
  • America (2017-) #1
  • Black Panther: Who Is The Black Panther?
  • Black Widow (2014-2015) #1-#12
  • Cable & Deadpool Vol. 1: If Looks Could Kill
  • Civil War
  • Elektra (2017-) #1
  • Fantastic Four Special 2005 #1
  • Gamora (2016-) #1-#3
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1: Cosmic Avengers
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: New Guard Vol. 1: Emperor Quill
  • Invincible Iron Man (2008-2012) #1-#12
  • Iron Fist (2017-) #1
  • Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal
  • Rocket Raccoon (2016-) #1-#2
  • Runaways Vol. 1: Pride and Joy
  • She-Hulk Vol. 3: Time Trials
  • Spider-Gwen Vol. 1: Greater Power
  • Star Wars Vol. 1: Skywalker Strikes
  • Star Wars: Darth Maul (2017-) #1
  • Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol. 1: Vader
  • X-23 (2010-2012) #1-#16
  • X-Men Prime (2017) #1

And, since Comixology is an Amazon company, Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime Reading are also getting Marvel collections as part of the partnership:

  • Astonishing X-Men Vol. 1: Gifted
  • Spider-Man Vol. 1: Brand New Day
  • New Avengers Vol. 1: Breakout
  • Deadpool Vol. 1: Secret Invasion
  • Star Wars Vol. 1: Skywalker Strikes
  • Thor by J. Michael Straczynski Vol. 1
  • Captain America: Winter Soldier Vol. 1
  • Hawkeye Vol. 1: My Life As A Weapon
  • Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! Vol. 1: Hooked On A Feline
  • Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1: Cosmic Avengers
  • Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1: The Parker Luck
  • Immortal Iron Fist Vol. 1: The Last Iron Fist Story
  • Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1
  • Star Wars: Darth Vader Vol. 1: Vader
  • Black Panther: Who Is The Black Panther?
  • Daredevil by Mark Waid Vol. 1
  • Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Higher, Further, Faster, More
  • Legendary Star-Lord Vol. 1: Face It, I Rule
  • The Punisher Vol. 1: Black and White

Of course, Marvel already has a subscription service of its own called, well, Marvel Unlimited. That service costs $9.99 a month, and lets fans read Marvel’s entire digital library of over 17,000 titles up until six months prior to the current week. That’s probably the better option if you’re a Marvel devotee, but if you’re content to have a taste of some of the House of Ideas’ biggest and best stories while also having the option to dive into critically acclaimed series like Image’s Saga for free, Comixology Unlimited is a pretty sweet deal.

Correction 12:05pm ET: A previous version of this article stated that the above Marvel titles were a complete list of what is now available on Comixology Unlimited. That was incorrect; it was only a selection. The article has since been updated, and we regret the error.