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ComiXology Delivers 8 New Digital Comics For You Today

It’s a new day for digital comics and comiXology has your hookup with eight new comics for you! You can check out the full list of what you can get now or the individual issues below!

Baby Out Of The Blue

Written by Rebecca Winters
Art by Kuremi Hazama
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While staying at a hotel in Greece, Fran finds an abandoned baby. Just where did the baby come from? Could it be from the tornado the day before? According to the police, the baby’s parents are dead and her uncle Nikolos is desperately looking for her. Nikolos is the CEO of a large company, a man who lives for thrills and pleasure! Or at least that’s what the gossip magazines paint him as—a playboy. But what Fran sees when she reunites him with his niece is a person filled with sincerity. And then he says he wants Fran to accompany him and the baby back to Mykonos, where his family lives…

Baby Out Of The Blue

Marvel Action Spider-Man Vol. 4: Venom

Written by Delilah Dawson
Art by Davide Tinto
Cover by Davide Tinto
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Collects Marvel Action: Spider-Man #10-12.

Yet another Spider-Man arrives on the scene, but this one is big, bad, and wreaking havoc all across the city. The action continues in this graphic novel adventure for middle-grade readers featuring Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, and Miles Morales!

Marvel Action Spider-Man Vol. 4: Venom

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Heroes Vol. 1

Written by Stan Lee
Art by Carl Burgos, Bill Everett, Russ Heath, John Romita Sr.
Cover by Carl Burgos
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Collects Marvel Boy #1-2, Astonishing #3-6 and Young Men #24-28.

As the ’50s dawned and the Atlas Era was born, the day of the Nazi-stomping super hero had passed, and in its place came a new style of hero reflective of the changing times. Heroes born of bizarre atomic science that battled otherworldly alien menaces, and patriotic poster boys that battled back the Communist hordes. Marvel Boy: Rejecting the tyranny of Earth’s governments, scientist Dr. Matthew Grayson built an experimental spacecraft and traveled to the planet Uranus with his infant son, Robert. In this incredible environment, young Robert developed marvelous powers of telepathy and superhuman strength, combined with a pair of amazing photonic wristbands. These astonishing powers made him Marvel Boy, cosmic protector of the solar system! The Hero Revival: The year was 1953, and with fear of Communism clutching the nation’s attention, Atlas Comics publisher Martin Goodman tapped Stan Lee – along with artists John Romita, Bill Everett, Carl Burgos and Russ Heath – to stage a revival of the most-famous super heroes of the era. Bursting onto the pages of YOUNG MEN, the Human Torch, Captain America and the Sub-Mariner made their explosive return to the comics scene!

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Heroes Vol. 1

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Heroes Vol. 2

Written by Dick Ayers, Bill Everett
Art by Dick Ayers, Bill Everett, Mort Lawrence, Bob Powell, John Romita Sr.
Cover by John Romita Sr.
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Collects Men’s Adventures #27-28, Captain America #76-78, Human Torch #36-38, Marvel Super-Heroes #16.

The Atlas Era Hero Revival continues with the adventures of the comics’ most famous trio of Communist conquering heroes: Captain America, the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner! Beginning with the Big Three’s anthology adventures in Men’s Adventures, we then dive headlong into Captain America’s complete 1954 solo series. Illustrated by Bullpen legend John Romita in some of his very first super hero stories, you’ll see Cap and Bucky fight Fifth Columnists, Commie spies and even the Soviet Electro! Next up, it’s the Human Torch and Toro! Returned from his slumber by an atomic bomb, the Torch has rejoined his young sidekick in a battle to clean up threats as amazing and entertaining as vampires, killer robots and his 1950s nemesis, the Vulture. Their crime-fighting adventures even take on a global purchase, stretching all the way to the 38th Parallel and Communist Korea! And finally, for a quick taste of what’s to come in Atlas Era Heroes’ next volume, comes an assortment of Bill Everett’s lavishly drawn tales of the lord of the Atlantis, Namor the Sub-Mariner. Considered by many to be the definitive take on the character, Everett’s ’50s Sub-Mariner is nothing less than treasure from the deep! We’d be remiss to leave you without a bevy of historical bonuses, including a rare Human Torch tale that went unprinted for more than a decade, original artwork, Atlas Era house ads and an introduction by Hero Revival scholar extraordinaire Roy Thomas.

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Heroes Vol. 2

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Heroes Vol. 3

Written by Stan Lee
Art by Dick Ayers, Bill Everett, Mort Lawrence, Howard Post
Cover by Syd Shores
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Collects Sub-Mariner #33-42.

The Atlas Era Heroes hits the high-water mark of the 1954 revival with the sovereign of the seven seas, the Sub-Mariner! Collected for the first time ever, the Atlas SUB-MARINER series showcases Bill Everett’s most lavish, most manic and most exciting interpretation of his undersea creation. Supported by Namora, Princess Fen and intrepid love interest Betty Dean, Namor faces off against the nefarious Prince Byrrah, his own doppelganger, giant crocodiles and Communists a-plenty in issue after issue of pre-Code action and marine adventure. From all-out invasions of the surface world to the perils of exile from Atlantis, these pages define the Sub-Mariner in a way never before, and perhaps never since, captured in any comic series! Along with Dick Ayer’s Human Torch and backup stories featuring the terrors of the deep, you’ll also be treated to Everett’s tales of the young Namor and how he came to be the hot-headed protector the kingdom beneath the Antarctic ice.

Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Heroes Vol. 3

Omega: The Unknown

Written by Jonathan Lethem, Karl Rusnak
Art by Farel Dalrymple, Paul Hornschemeier
Cover by Farel Dalrymple, Paul Hornschemeier
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Collects Omega The Unknown (2007) #1-10.

The story of a mute, reluctant super hero from another planet, and the earthly teenager with whom he shares a strange destiny — and the legion of robots and nanoviruses that have been sent from afar to hunt the two of them down. Created in 1975 by Steve Gerber and Mary Skrenes, the original Omega the Unknown lasted only ten issues, but was a legend to those who recall it — an ahead-of-its-time tale of an anti-hero, inflected with brilliant ambiguity. One of Omega’s teenage fans was award-winning novelist Jonathan Lethem, who has used the original as a springboard for a superbly strange, funny and moving graphic novel in ten chapters.

Omega: The Unknown

Power Pack: The Kids Are All Right

Written by Marc Sumerak
Art by Gurihiru
Cover by Gurihiru
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Collects Power Pack #1-4, X-Men And Power Pack #1-4, And Avengers And Power Pack Assemble! #1-4.

It’s all-ages action in the mighty Marvel manner! Marvel’s youngest team of super heroes returns for more awesome action, family fun and Snark-stomping adventures – and this time they’ve brought some very special friends! Hot on the heels of four fun-filled, all-ages solo adventures, everyone’s favorite super-powered siblings team up with Marvel’s merry mutants, the X-Men! Featuring Wolverine, Beast, Nightcrawler and Cyclops! Then, Power Pack returns for another titanic team-up – and this time, it’s Earth’s Mightiest Heroes leading the charge! Featuring Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman and more!

Power Pack: The Kids Are All Right

The Wedding Ultimatum

Written by Helen Bianchin
Art by Misuzu Sasaki
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Danielle is the daughter of a Spanish aristocrat. Following her father’s death, she and her mother find themselves on the verge of financial ruin. She’s been supporting her mother on her own, but then skilled businessman Rafe offers her a helping hand. Rafe grew up dirt-poor but exudes a dangerous charm and sophistication. He offers her a devilish proposal in exchange for a massive sum of money and support. He wants Danielle to marry him and produce an heir with noble blood!

The Wedding Ultimatum

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Preview: Marvel Action: Spider-Man #3

Marvel Action: Spider-Man #3

(W) Brandon Easton (A/CA) Fico Ossio
In Shops: Jul 29, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Middle-grade readers will get tangled up in these all-new adventures of Spider-Man and his amazing friends! Peter, Miles, and Gwen have completed their internships at the Daily Bugle and now they’re all shook up over their newest foe-the Shocker! A Marvelous new era continues!

Marvel Action: Spider-Man #3

Preview: Marvel Action Spider-Man Vol. 4 Venom

Marvel Action Spider-Man Vol. 4 Venom

(W) Delilah Dawson (A/CA) Davide Tinto
In Shops: Jun 24, 2020
SRP: $9.99

Yet another Spider-Man arrives on the scene, but this one is big, bad, and wreaking havoc all across the city. The action continues in this graphic novel adventure for middle-grade readers featuring Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, and Miles Morales! Collects issues #10-12 of the Marvel Action: Spider-Man series.

Marvel Action Spider-Man Vol. 4 Venom

Preview: Marvel Action: Spider-Man #2

Marvel Action: Spider-Man #2

(W) Brandon Easton (A/CA) Fico Ossio
In Shops: Mar 18, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Middle grade readers can get tangled up in these all-new adventures of Spider-Man and his amazing friends! Peter, Miles, and Gwen have completed their internships at the Daily Bugle-now they’re all shook up over their newest foe-the Shocker! A Marvelous new era continues!

Marvel Action: Spider-Man #2

Preview: Marvel Action: Spider-Man Vol. 3 Bad Luck

Marvel Action: Spider-Man Vol. 3 Bad Luck

(W) Delilah Dawson (A/CA) Fico Ossio
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $9.99

Peter, Gwen, and Miles have learned to work together, but a sinister new enemy is about to tear them apart!

After a devastating encounter with the Black Cat and her bad luck powers, the Spidey team is down on their luck and at each other’s throats. Will Peter, Miles, and Gwen learn to overcome their bad luck and work together again, or is this the end of the line for the Marvelous Spider-Trio? Collects issues #7-9 of the Marvel Action: Spider-Man series.

Marvel Action: Spider-Man Vol. 3 Bad Luck

Preview: Marvel Action: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Action: Spider-Man #1

(W) Brandon Easton (A/CA) Fico Ossio
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Readers ages 8-12 can get tangled up in these all-new adventures of Spider-Man and his amazing friends! Peter, Miles, and Gwen have completed their internships at the Daily Bugle-now they’re all shook up over their latest foe! A Marvelous new era continues!

Marvel Action: Spider-Man #1

Preview: Marvel Action: Spider-Man Book 2 Spider-Chase

Marvel Action: Spider-Man Book 2 Spider-Chase

(W) Erik Burnham (A/CA) Christopher Jones
In Shops: Oct 30, 2019
SRP: $9.99

Well, maybe nothing except homework and an internship at the Daily Bugle, not to mention being stalked by a new dangerous foe… Kraven the Hunter! One by one, the Spiders fall into Kraven’s web, but the final showdown looms on a battlefield of the hunter’s choosing. Could this be the end for Peter, Miles, and Gwen? Collects issues #4-6 of the Marvel Action: Spider-Man series.

Marvel Action: Spider-Man Book 2 Spider-Chase
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