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Marvel is Running a Buy One Get One Digital Sale

The best of the Marvel Universe lies at your fingertips! Now through April 7th 11PM ET, Marvel Digital Comics Shop is holding a storewide Buy One Get One Free Sale! With the purchase of a comic or collection, you’ll get another digital title — for FREE! Use code MARVEL2020 at checkout for this unbeatable offer! See below for details.*

Check out the current critically acclaimed runs of your favorite Marvel heroes! Witness Matt Murdock’s struggles as guardian of Hell’s Kitchen in DAREDEVIL by Chip Zdarsky, see what’s new with Spider-Man in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN by Nick Spencer, and dive in to an all-new era for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in AVENGERS by Jason Aaron. Looking to escape to a galaxy far, far away? Learn startling revelations about the Skywalker saga with STAR WARS: THE RISE OF KYLO REN, a four-issue series chronicling Ben Solo’s tragic path to becoming Kylo Ren.

All purchases in the Marvel Digital Comics Shop are added to your personal library, and can be read on any web browser, or in the Marvel Comics app on iPhone, iPad, and select Android devices! Our smart-paneling feature provides an intuitive reader experience, ideal for all types of mobile device and tablet users!

*Offer expires 4/7/20 at 11:00 PM EDT. Promotion code can be used to buy any Marvel digital comic and/or digital collection and get another Marvel digital comic or digital collection of equal or lesser value for free. No limit to the number of purchases for which the free offer applies. Offer not valid on anything released 4/1/20 or after, or any bundles or preorders. Marvel account and internet connection required to access digital comics.

Dark Horse is Releasing First Issues for Free Digitally through April

This is no April Fool’s joke! Dark Horse Comics is releasing more than 80 first issue comics, along with a handful of full graphic novels, for free to read on Dark Horse Digital.

From now until April 30, 2020, enjoy the work of an array of writers and artists in stories ranging from Umbrella Academy, Witchfinder, Stranger Things and American Gods, to young readers selections like Disney’s Frozen and Itty Bitty Mask, to graphic novels like Hellboy Volume 1: Seed of DestructionBeasts of Burden Volume 1, and Empowered Volume 1!

To see the full list, visit digital.darkhorse.com.

Check out Today’s New comiXology Digital Releases

Batman: The Adventures Continue (2020-) #1

Just because new physical comics aren’t being released doesn’t mean new digital comics are on hold. Your reading habit has something new to enjoy on comiXology. Check out below for the full list of what you can find and a link to each digital comic.

AAM – Markosia

Action Lab

AHOY Comics


comiXology Originals

comiXology Submit

Dark Horse


DC Thomson




IDW Publishing



Scholastic – Graphix

Th3rd World Studios

Top Shelf

Vault Comics


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Begin a supernatural action-adventure about high schoolers fighting demons in Lucifer’s Knight, starting digitally first this week on comiXology!

Action Lab: Danger Zone presents the digital-first title Lucifer’s Knight! High school, girlfriend problems, demons trying to eat your soul. All now an everyday occurrence for Luke. Along with his friends, Luke will be fighting demons for Lucifer.

Fans of Tokyo Ghoul and Outcast will enjoy this new supernatural adventure.

Written by John Perry, with art by Emilio Utrera, and colors by Emmanuel Jolly Awodola the first issue hits digital shelves April 1st. So pre-order issue #1 and issue #2 (out May 6th) on comiXology!

Lucifer's Knight #1

Rumor: Are Comic Shops Getting Digital Codes to Sell?


One idea that has floated around to help comic shops while physical comic shipments are on hold is there getting the ability to sell digital codes for comics.

We’re hearing rumors that this may indeed be happening.

The plan is for stores to be able to sell digital codes for the physical comics they’re unable to get. There’s still a lot of details to be ironed out like how those codes will get in the hands of shops and how shops will be able to sell them to customers due their various operating abilities. But, it’s one direction that’s being explored and possibly moving forward but quite controversial within the community.

The selling of digital codes isn’t anything new and many customers help lower the cost of their physical purchases by selling the codes that come with some comics.

Will you buy digital codes from your local shop while physical shipping is on hold? Let us know below!

Preview: Batman: The Adventures Continue Chapter One

Batman: The Adventures Continue Chapter One

Story: Paul Dini, Alan Burnett
Art: Ty Templeton
Color: Monica Kubina
Letterer: Joshua Reed
Digital Comic

From the visionary producers of Batman: The Animated Series comes all-new stories in this seminal animated world. In this opening chapter, S.T.A.R. Labs in Gotham City is attacked by a giant robot that steals an entire room from the laboratory. Who’s controlling the robot? How will Batman stop the mechanized menace? And what does it all have to do with Lex Luthor’s sudden appearance in Gotham?

Dynamite and comiXology Release a Second Wave of #1s

Dynamite Entertainment

It’s a new week, and that means even more free releases from Dynamite! In addition to the titles revealed last week, which will still be free for this week, Dynamite has a new batch of free comics for fans to enjoy.

For those staying at home and practicing social distancing, these first issues are perfect for #ComicsAndQuarantine. If one enjoys the taste test, further issues or collections are available just a click away and from preferred retailers. More issues are yet to be revealed, so stay tuned.

This week the comics include contributions from such creators as Warren Ellis, Mark Waid, Alex Ross, Jim Zub, Marguerite Bennett, Mike Carey, Tim Seeley, Mirka Andolfo, Amy Chu, Jason Masters, Max Bemis, Kyle Starks, and more.

Wave Two:

  • Alice Cooper #1
  • Barbarella #1
  • Centipede #1
  • Chaos #1
  • Doctor Spektor: Master of the Occult #1
  • Green Hornet (2018) #1
  • James Bond (2015) #1
  • Mars Attacks #1
  • Masks #1
  • Pathfinder #1
  • Sheena: Queen of the Jungle #1
  • Xena: Warrior Princess (2016) #1

Marvel Giveth and Marvel Taketh Digital Away

Marvel logo

The will they or won’t they drama of new comic releases has been something that I’m sure would make an interesting story of the behind the scenes drama. Some publishers quickly planted flags saying no digital releases without physical releases. Others are doing limited releases, while others are sticking with their plans.

Marvel finally has made a decision and won’t currently be releasing digital comics.

The publisher had earlier last week listed a full slate of releases on their website and comiXology’s new release page. Then, Marvel pulled back their releases to just two comics on their own website but the full list remained on comiXology. Then on Monday, Marvel returned their full release list to their website leaving us to speculate they may indeed release everything digitally. Now, almost everything is pulled from the comiXology website while the main website hasn’t been updated yet.

As we’ve made it clear from discussions with numerous individuals that plans at publishers have been fluid as they scramble to get back to some form of normal. While digital comics aren’t being released this week, it doesn’t mean they won’t be next week.

Marvel released a message as well from President Dan Buckley:

To all our partners in the retailer community,

Thank you for all your notes, discussions, and the absolute resolve we have heard and seen from you over the past weeks. This situation has been challenging for everyone, and the safety and well-being of you, your families, and your communities continue to be at the front of our minds.

As you know, unfortunately there will not be any new print titles available at your shops this week. Marvel will also not be releasing any new comic book titles digitally on April 1. This is a fluid situation with details changing every day, so we appreciate your patience and understanding as we all navigate our way through this. As soon as more information is available, we will outline our longer-term plans and opportunities to support you and the industry.

If you have any questions in the meantime, please continue to reach out and share your feedback. Revised release dates for our April 1 titles will be shared in the coming weeks.

Please stay safe and well.

Dan Buckley

President, Marvel Entertainment

Preview: Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #282


Script: Bill Golliher
Art: Dan Parent, Jim Amash, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli
Cover: Dan Parent
On Sale Date: 4/1
192-page, full color comic
$7.99 U.S.

NEW CLASSIC-STYLE STORY: “Clothes-Minded!” Betty and Veronica are racking up community service hours sorting donated clothing at the local thrift store, but you can’t expect Veronica to be surrounded by clothing and not bring her keen fashion sense into the mix!


Preview: The New Archies


Script: Various
Art: Various
Cover: Henry Scarpelli, Rosario “Tito” Peña
$10.99 US/$13.99 CAN
5 1/4 x 8”
224 pp, Full Color
Digital On-Sale Date: 4/1

Take a trip back in time to Riverdale Middle School with The New Archies! Archie, Betty, Veronica and the whole gang were just as goofy then as they are now as high school students! Can Ms. Grundy keep her class under control? Revisit these fun tales in this graphic novel collection featuring select stories.

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