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Discover the Life of Wolverine with a New Infinity Comic

X Lives of Wolverine and X Deaths of Wolverine, a pair of interlocking series will usher in The Second Krakoan Age of X-Men! Week after week, writer Benjamin Percy and artists Joshua Cassara, Federico Vicentini, and Adam Kubert will journey across Wolverine’s history and future to deliver a transformative epic packed with revelations and exciting developments not just for Logan but for all of mutantkind. Now, as a special bonus release, Marvel Unlimited subscribers can read the first issue of X Lives of Wolverine. 

As fans enjoy the weekly event series, they can catch up on Wolverine’s complete history in the all-new Life of Wolverine #1 Infinity Comic. For the first time ever, fans can explore the history of Wolverine in chronological order! The series launches on Wednesday, January 19 exclusively on Marvel Unlimited. New issues of the 10-part series will be available on the app every Thursday (starting with #2 on January 27).


Writer: Benjamin Percy
Artist: Joshua Cassara
Cover by: Adam Kubert

Logan. James Howlett. Weapon X. The mutant best known as WOLVERINE has lived many lives under many identities and in many places, but never before has the fate of the future been so entwined with the past!  Fan-favorite eras of Wolverine’s saga are explored anew, along with never-before-seen episodes as Logan must travel to various points in time to prevent the death of a key figure in mutant history.  But these LIVES are only one side of the story… Be here for the start of the time-shredding saga across all of Wolverine’s history, and future yet to come!


Writer: Jim Zub
Artist: Ramon Bachs 
Colorist: Java Tartaglia 
Editor: Mark Basso 

Jean Grey scans Wolverine’s mind, bringing us along with her through the memories across the long life of the mutant known as Logan, James Howlett, Weapon X, Wolverine and more! For the first time ever, explore the history of Wolverine in chronological order! 


X-Men Unlimited Returns to Marvel Unlimited as an Infinity Comic

The fan-favorite Marvel Unlimited anthology series is back! X-Men Unlimited returns on Monday, December 6 in the exclusive Infinity Comic format. X-Men Unlimited #13 kicks off the “X-Men: Paradise Lost” arc, an 8-part storyline set within current Krakoan continuity.

Writer Fabian Nicieza teams with artist Matt Horak, and edited by Jordan White, for X-Men Unlimited’s latest saga! Read the first part of “X-Men: Paradise Lost” in the Marvel Unlimited app now, and read new chapters weekly every Monday.

The nation of Krakoa may be made up of 99.9% mutants, but not every problem is one an X-Gene is perfectly fit to handle. Thankfully, they still have friends out there in the larger world they can call on… friends like the Unstoppable Juggernaut. Oh, and Deadpool, if you can call him a friend.

X-Men Unlimited #13

Spider-Bot Comes to Marvel Unlimited as an Infinity Comic

Spider-Man’s battle-ready Spider-Bots are coming to Marvel Unlimited! Spider-Bot #1 is available on the app in MU’s exclusive Infinity Comic format. The 12-part weekly series is written by Jordan Blum with artist Alberto Alburquerque and color artist Dono Sanchez-Almara. It’s edited by Edward Devin Lewis.

For most of his crime-fighting career, the one and only Amazing Spider-Man has worked on his own – but some jobs are too big even for a wall-crawling, web-slinging wonder like Spidey to handle by himself! Luckily, he’s got a team of technological wonders called the SPIDER-BOTS, who’re equipped with some of the most cutting-edge tech this side of Avengers Tower (and GREAT battery life) and by his side, ready to stop trouble in its tracks across the Marvel Universe! 

Spider-Bot #1

Marvel Releases Shang-Chi: Brothers and Sisters Infinity Comic on Marvel Unlimited

Marvel has released a brand-new Infinity Comic, Shang-Chi: Brothers and Sisters, exclusively on Marvel UnlimitedGene Luen Yang’s print run was a five-part series, but the Infinity Comic version has been adapted into eight-parts that will drop in two installments — with the first three issues now available and issues four through eight dropping next Friday, November 19. Shang-Chi: Brothers and Sisters features art by Philip Tan and Dike Ruan with a cover by Jim Cheung and edited by Darren Shan and Stephen Wacker.

The Infinity Comics edition of Shang-Chi (2020) from Gene Luen Yang, Philip Tan, and Dike Ruan! An ancient and evil secret society has stayed in hiding since the death of their leader, Zheng Zhu. But now his successor has been chosen to shift the balance of power in the world—Zheng Zhu’s son, Shang-Chi! Discover the secrets to Shang-Chi’s past that will change his world forever. An epic tale of family, betrayal, and justice!

Shang-Chi: Brothers and Sisters

Spider-Man Swings Into Marvel’s Infinity Comic with Spine-Tingling Spider-Man

Comic fans can get into the Halloween spirit starting on Tuesday, October 26 when Spine-Tingling Spider-Man launches exclusively on Marvel Unlimited.

The all-new Infinity Comic is an 8-part series that will be available on the app every other Tuesday. SPINE-TINGLING SPIDERMAN is written by Eisner Award-winning comic writer, Saladin Ahmed with art by Juan Ferreyra.

And before readers dive into the story, they can listen to the official theme song for the comic, “Close Your Eyes”.


Spider-Man is used to facing bad guys he can punch, but when a new villain gets in Spidey’s head and starts to squeeze, Spider-Man is about to get very badly hurt. And when a classic villain joins the fray, things go from bad to worse. 

Spine-Tingling Spider-Man