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    What's Jailbreak? Phillip Swanson's Avatar
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    Default Marvel Releases Over 80 Comics to iBook Store, Promises More Every Week

    Like comics? Like Marvel Comics? Well Marvel announced today the availability of some 80 odd Marvel titles on iBooks.

    “With an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, Marvel fans across the world can now purchase over 80 graphic novels with fan-favorite characters like Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Spider-Man and more by launching the iBooks app”

    Marvel has promised to add more titles each week to create a “truly digital comic book reading experience that customer will never forget.” Comic book fans can head over to the Marvel Graphic Novels section on the iTunes Store and start downloading now with titles ranging from free to $24.99.

    Most of the graphic novels available need iBooks 1.2 or later and iOS 4.2 or later to view on the iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch using iBooks. Marvel is offering “New Avengers Vol. 1: Breakout” for free for a limited time.

    Below is a complete list of Marvel’s current iBook offerings.

    Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks Vol. 1
    Astonishing X-Men Vol.1: Gifted
    Avengers Assemble Vol. 1
    Avengers Forever
    Avengers Masterworks Vol.1
    Avengers: Disassembled
    Avengers: Kree /Skrull War
    Avengers: Under Siege
    Avengers/X-Men: Utopia
    Captain America: The Death of Captain America Vol.1 – Death of the Dream
    Captain America: Winter Soldier Vol.1
    Captain America: Winter Soldier Vol.2
    Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm
    Civil War
    Dark Avengers Vol.1: Assemble
    Dark Tower: Gunslinger Born
    Deadpool Vol.1: Secret Invasion
    Earth X
    Ender’s Game: Battle School
    Ender’s Game: Command School
    Ender’s Shadow: Battle School
    Ender’s Shadow: Command School
    Eternals by Neil Gaiman
    Fallen Son: Death of Captain America
    Fantastic Four by Jonathan Hickman Vol.1
    Ghost Rider Vol. 1: Vicious Cycle
    House of M
    Hulk Vol. 1: Red Hulk
    Hulk: Planet Hulk
    Infinity Gauntlet
    Invincible Iron Man Vol. 1: Five Nightmares
    Iron Man: Extremis
    John Carter: A Princess of Mars
    John Carter: World of Mars
    Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman
    Marvel Zombies
    Mighty Avengers Vol.1: The Ultron Initiative
    New Avengers Vol. 1: Breakout
    New Avengers Vol. 2: The Sentry
    New Avengers Vol. 3: Secrets and Lies
    New Avengers Vol. 4: The Collective
    New Avengers Vol. 5: Civil War
    Pride and Prejudice
    Runaways Vol. 1: Pride and Joy
    Secret Invasion
    Secret War
    Secret Wars
    Spider-Man: Big Time
    Spider-Man: Blue
    Spider-Man: Brand New Day Vol.1
    Spider-Man: Brand New Day Vol.2
    Spider-Man: Brand New Day Vol.3
    Spider-Man: Crime and Punisher
    Spider-Man: Kraven’s First Hunt
    Spider-Man: Maximum Carnage
    Spider-Man: New Ways to Die
    Thor by J. Michael Straczynski Vol. 1
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.1: Power and Responsibility
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.2: Learning Curve
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.3: Double Trouble
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.4: Legacy
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.5: Public Scrutiny
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.6: Venom
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.7: Irresponsible
    Ultimate Spider-Man Vol.8: Cats and Kings
    Ultimate X-Men Vol. 1: The Tomorrow People
    Ultimates Vol.1: Super-Human
    Ultimates Vol.2: Homeland Security
    Venom vs. Carnage
    Wolverine: Enemy of the State
    Wolverine: Old Man Logan
    Wolverine: Weapon X Vol.1: Adamantium Men
    Wonderful Wizard of Oz
    World War Hulk
    X-Force Vol. 1: Angels and Demons
    X-Men: Messiah Complex
    X-Men: Phoenix Endsong
    X-Men: Second Coming

    Source: Marvel [via 9to5Mac]

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    Personally, I've never been a big comic fan, but I do have a bit of an obsession for reading manga, so hopefully Apple brings manga from Shonen Jump and such to the iBook store.

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    About time!! My phone is going to fill up really fast!

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    That's awesome, glad they're getting them in there!

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    Mint condition?

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    Downloaded the free comic and some pages load and others don't. Not impressed with it.

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    My iPhone is a Part of Me Madman604x's Avatar
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    $7 for a digital comic book....right..

    read manga with Mangafox App.

    or use Comiczeal for Zipped comics. import yourself thru iTunes

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