Published June 29, 2020

This Week on Marvel Unlimited

See what new digital comics are available to read this week!

It’s Monday! And with the start of a new week comes a fresh batch of digital arrivals on Marvel Unlimited! Although a lighter week for deliveries, today marks the start of new beginnings, including the debut issue from Doctor Strange’s current ongoing, and a porcine premiere for Peter Porker, Spectacular Spider-Ham! And, Eddie Brock “vacations” on “Venom Island” in the kickoff to a brand-new story arc!

The must-read issue this week will be INCOMING! (2019) #1, setting the stage for an entire year of stories on Marvel Unlimited. We had a handful of burning questions following this massive one-shot, so read first, then gain answers here.

Here’s a closer look at the titles we’re reading this week. You can also take part in our free offering of Black creator-led comics that celebrate prolific work throughout Marvel history. Read that full list here.

INCOMING! (2019) #1

Masked Raider

A mysterious murder brings together the heroes of the Marvel Universe in the search for a killer—but no one can imagine where the trail will lead, or how it will affect everything for a year and beyond! Who is the victim and who is the assailant? Featuring the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Daredevil, Spider-Man, the Champions, the Agents of Atlas, Valkyrie, the Immortal Hulk, Jessica Jones, Venom, Ghost Rider, and more!

Recommended prelude reading? MARVEL COMICS (2019) #1000, the reintroduction of the Masked Raider, one of Marvel’s earliest characters.

DR. STRANGE (2019) #1


The impossible has happened! Doctor Strange’s hands have been healed (see: DOCTOR STRANGE #19), and now his surgical skills are restored—but now he’s being torn between his obligations as the Sorcerer Supreme and as a neurosurgeon! And when he’s forced to choose which vows to uphold, who suffers most for it? After all, magic always has a cost…

A new era of supernatural horror begins here, brought to you by Mark Waid (HISTORY OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE) and artist Kev Walker (BLACK PANTHER).

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SPIDER-HAM (2019) #1

“Aporkalypse Now!” Not a dream! Not a hoax! Not an imaginary tail! Spider-Ham finally has his own series! (Again!) Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham finds himself jumping through time, side-by-side with Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man! Zeb Wells and Will Robson bring you the Ham and Man story you’ve been waiting for.


“Venom Island” begins here! Still haunted by the events of ABSOLUTE CARNAGE, Eddie Brock embarks on an Avengers-approved mission that unfortunately takes him far away from his son, Dylan… and closer to a sinister symbiote encounter.



Added last week as part of a recent backlist drop! The next arc from creator Bill Everett’s legendary run on Marvel’s Golden Age hero kicks off with issue #21. Read through issue #32, then continue Everett’s Namor/Namora story with this week’s backlists bundle.

See the rest of this week’s Marvel Unlimited titles here, including our Throwback Thursday backlist books, all arriving July 2.




  • BLONDE PHANTOM (1946) #17
  • HUMAN TORCH (1940) #28
  • HUMAN TORCH (1940) #30
  • NAMORA (1948) #1
  • NAMORA (1948) #2
  • NAMORA (1948) #3


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