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Marvel Unlimited hits 30,000 comics! Celebrate this milestone by digging into these FREE issues that are ideal for new readers or those looking for their next series to binge! Read for free through August 2, then continue your comics journey by joining Marvel Unlimited! You’ll get instant access to complete series plus the latest and greatest stories spanning the Marvel Universe.


Ultimate Spider-Man

in Ultimate Spider-Man (2000) #1

A staff and fan-favorite, this Spidey run can’t be missed. Peter gets a revamped origin in this resonant series, covering his first days as the radioactive Spider-Man.

Classic X-Men

in X-Men (1991) #1

A seminal X-Men moment! The dynamic duo of Chris Claremont and Jim Lee divvied up the X-Men into two distinct squads following the X-TINCTION AGENDA event. The result? A game-changing issue #1 that still maintains its record as a best-seller.

Thor: God of Thunder

in Thor: God of Thunder (2012) #1

A thunderous intro to Jason Aaron’s THOR. The Odinson vs. Gorr, the God Butcher!

Hawkeye by Matt Fraction and David Aja

in Hawkeye (2012) #1

Matt Fraction and David Aja reunited to tell the ongoing tales of the Arrowed Avenger. Clint Barton and Kate Bishop means double the trouble in this Eisner-winner.

Ms. Marvel Origin Series

in Ms. Marvel (2014) #1

Meet the cultural phenomenon that is Kamala Khan, Jersey City’s Inhuman hero!

Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet

in Black Panther (2016) #1

New York Times Best-Selling author Ta-Nehisi Coates and artist Brian Stelfreeze steered King T’Challa through rebellion from within in this landmark run.

Marvel’s Star Wars

in Star Wars (2015) #1

The greatest space opera of all time returned in the mighty Marvel manner in this excellent entry point run!

Avengers: The Final Host

in Avengers (2018) #1

Steve Rogers. Tony Stark. Thor Odinson. The big three reunited—and just in time to save the world from the 2,000-foot-tall space gods known as the Celestials! One of the Avengers’ most cosmically-epic arcs.

Planet Hulk

in Hulk (1999) #92

A barbaric alien world. A crash-landed warrior from an unknown place. A quest for freedom that becomes the legend of a king. Read PLANET HULK by Greg Pak, Carlo Pagulayan, Aaron Lopresti, Jason Keith, Chris Sotomayor, and more today!

Civil War

in Civil War (2006) #1

Captain America. Iron Man. Whose side are you on? In CIVIL WAR, hundreds were left dead in Stamford, Connecticut, casualties of a nuclear superhuman incident that left a chasm of grief and confusion in the Super Hero community. What followed next was the Superhuman Registration Act.

Meet the Runaways

in Runaways (2003) #1

Brand-new to comics? Look no further than this wholly original series starring six teens who discover their parents are Super Villains.

She-Hulk: Law & Disorder

in She-Hulk (2014) #1

Jennifer Walters is the She-Hulk! A stalwart member of the Avengers, she's also a killer attorney with a pile of degrees and professional respect. But juggling cases and kicking bad guy butt is a little more complicated than she anticipated. With a new practice and a mounting number of Super Villains she's racking up as personal enemies, She Hulk might have bitten off more than she can chew!

Doctor Strange: The Way of the Weird

in Doctor Strange (2015) #1

Creators Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo take the Sorcerer Supreme to the edge of oblivion. Every spell cast comes at a cost, but what happens when Doctor Strange falls behind on his tab? Magic's days are numbered, and the Multiverse is unprepared!

Scarlet Witch Goes Solo

in Scarlet Witch (2015) #1

Witchcraft is broken—and only the Scarlet Witch can fix it! In her solo series, Wanda Maximoff journeys the globe to solve the mystery of magic’s final days alongside the ghost of Agatha Harkness. But as Wanda pieces witchcraft back together, the most important question remains: Who is the mastermind that broke it in the first place?

Here Comes Daredevil

in Daredevil (2011) #1

With new enemies, new friends, and that same "grinnin' in the face of death" attitude, the Man Without Fear returns to action. Mark Waid joins artists Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin for a fresh spin on Daredevil.

Young Avengers Debut

in Young Avengers (2005) #1

Screenwriter Allan Heinberg and artist Jim Cheung introduce the Young Avengers in this origin. When a mysterious group of teen heroes assemble as the Avengers, they immediately grip the attention of their adult counterparts. The series that introduced Kate Bishop: Hawkeye, Wiccan, Patriot, Hulkling, and Cassie Lang.

The Legend of Darth Vader

in Darth Vader (2015) #1

The original Dark Lord of the Sith stars in his first ongoing series! Writer Kieron Gillen and artist Salvador Larroca bring us a peek behind the mask of evil.

Black Widow: The Finely Woven Thread

in Black Widow (2014) #1

Go past the red tape of the Red Room in this essential Black Widow run. BLACK WIDOW (2014) is a central place to start, or for those looking to say “Zdravstvuyte” to a stylish and cinematic caper.

Marvel’s First Family

in Fantastic Four (1961) #1

Co-creators Jack Kirby and Stan Lee bring us into the Silver Age of Marvel Comics! Rejecting the notion of Super Hero tropes, Lee and Kirby defied expectations with the super-family super-team. Meet the Fantastic Four!

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Saga

in Captain America (2004) #1

Superstars Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting begin one of the greatest Captain America runs of all-time! The Red Skull is back and possesses the one thing that could make him unstoppable—the Cosmic Cube. The story that gave us Winter Soldier: Bucky Barnes.

Vision: Little Worse Than a Man

in Vision (2015) #1

This eerie Eisner-winner by Tom King, Gabriel Hernández Walta, and Mike Del Mundo was an inside look at Vision’s “perfect” synthezoid family.

Moon Knight’s Origin

in Moon Knight (2016) #1

This series covers everything from Marc Spector’s Orthodox Jewish roots, military, and even Hollywood history. Spector comes to in an institution where his link to Khonshu is dismissed as delusion. But the staff and patients wear two faces, and Khonshu urges his Knight to see in the dark…

Thanos’ Snap

in Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #1

The SNAP! heard round the universe. Thanos destroyed half of all universal life when he completed his Infinity Gauntlet quest. Read the full INFINITY TRILOGY, or start with this six-part series.

Black Bolt

in Black Bolt (2017) #1

Sci-fi writer Saladin Ahmed crafted a story fit for the mind-bending art of Christian Ward in this Eisner-winner starring the Inhumans’ Silent King.

Spider-Man: Peter Parker

in The Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #1

An alien invasion hits New York City and the only one who can stop it is…Spider-Man?! And if even that’s not enough, you’ll see a new roommate, new love interests—and a new villain! Spider-Man goes back to basics courtesy of creators Nick Spencer and Ryan Ottley.

X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga

in Uncanny X-Men (1963) #129

Telepath Jean Grey has gained power beyond all comprehension, and that power has corrupted her absolutely! Now the X-Men must decide if the life of the woman they cherish is worth the existence of the entire universe! Start this exceptional saga by Chris Claremont and John Byrne.

Guardians of the Galaxy

in Guardians of the Galaxy (2008) #1

A resurrected Star-Lord leads a ragtag cosmic crew including Mantis, Groot, and Rocket. Introducing the modern-day Guardians of the Galaxy.

Venom: Rex

in Venom (2018) #1

In the wake of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s collapse, an ancient evil was awakened beneath the streets of New York, and with it, something equally evil was awakened in Venom. The prelude to ABSOLUTE CARNAGE by Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman.

The Invincible Iron Man

in Invincible Iron Man (2008) #1

Iron Man went full throttle in this Eisner-winner by Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca that saw Stark in a new day job—as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.!

Spider-Man: Miles Morales

in Ultimate Comics Spider-Man (2011) #1

Miles Morales’ origin series! Follow the young Wall-Crawler’s learning curve toward becoming a hero.