Marvel Unlimited

Marvel Unlimited

By Marvel Entertainment

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2013-03-07
  • Current IOS App Version: 4.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 174.86 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Marvel Entertainment
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 3,838 IOS App Ratings


Marvel Unlimited, Marvel's only digital comics subscription service gives you instant access to over 25,000 digital comics. Not sure where to start? Check out our curated reading lists to guide you through the last 75 years of the Marvel Universe. Want to read on the plane or in the subway? Download up to 12 issues at a time for offline access! Out of things to read? No worries, new and backlist issues are released every week! Marvel Unlimited features all of your favorite Marvel characters including Spider-Man, The Avengers, Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Star Wars, X-Men, Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Defenders, Black Panther, Deadpool and more! Subscription via iTunes Download the app and sign up for your free one-week trial to start reading. If you are enjoying your free trial, do nothing and your membership will automatically renew each month. You can cancel at any time. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the then-current subscription period. Your payment method associated with your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal, as stated above, within 24 hours prior to the end of the then-current billing period. You can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. Our Privacy policy: Our Terms of use: Before you download this app, please consider that it may include or support advertising, some of which the Walt Disney Family of Companies may target to your interests. You may choose to control targeted advertising within mobile applications by using your mobile device settings (for example, by re-setting your devices advertising identifier and/or opting out of interest based ads).



  • Great but could be a little more reader friendly

    By B.Watts
    I have loved my Marvel Unlimited subscription, but one thing I want to use it most for is still frustrating to do. Reading major events is definitely the most exciting thing about the service for me, and I do like the reading lists service for that. The problem is the lack of sorting with those lists. With Civil War 2 or Secret Empire for instance, there are many different comic runs that make up the story. To actually read them in order you need to constantly scan the dates of every issue in those multiple runs or get another reading list online and follow that. Honestly a view as single list with basic sorting options like: “sort by release date” would make it a hundred times easier to read the issues in a proper order! This one feature would make the MU experience for reading events that span multiple comic runs 100x better!
  • Too bad for the Latinos..

    By Necesito tu ayuda
    I'd like you to put it in Spanish since some Latinos don t speak English !
  • Lack of 2019 comics.

    By Iphonegamer89
    What’s the point of having this when you can’t get comics that are out now
  • Fix forget my password error

    By SkyBalter
    App never sends me email for forgetting my username to email! Please fix I cannot login until this bug is fix so I’m paying to not be able to use
  • Great so far, room for improvement

    By Mr noital
    The subscription service is a miracle of the modern age, and the app itself works a lot better (bug wise) than other (maybe outdated) reviews would suggest. I haven’t used the app and service for more than a week, but I have enjoyed it thoroughly so far (logging in, downloading/reading comics, etc.). I would, however, suggest an interface that is more like the Marvel Comics app, as Unlimited’s interface (beyond some of its reading lists) does not provide enough options for exploring, learning, and seeing editor-picked series/lists (like in the Comics app). And speaking of series, the “read next in series” button at the end of a comic is great functionality, but I wish that I could search, select, and save series as a whole in the main interface. That being said, the app still gives you the power to search for comics along a variety of criteria, which is important and helpful, albeit if you already know what you are looking for. This leads me to wonder: why are there two apps, one for “subscription” and one for purchasing, when the experience could be consolidated? Are these two different developers, are there historical reasons, or something else? And what stops these apps from being consolidated? All in all, this app experience is solid for me, even if (in my opinion) the interface is lacking in functionality.
  • Great app

    By Mister Payne
    I love it, the only thing I do not live is the story descriptions haven't been loading.
  • I want this to work

    By Hfscjokfdckkbdzvjgcgh
    The concept is GREAT. I really want to read old Spider-Man comics and tons of others but this game is so buggy. I started the free trial and everything, and i signed out once and despite me putting my card in and everything it says I’m not a unlimited member when I am. I can’t read these comics. Help?
  • Update for 11” iPad

    By Swilliams109
    Since the most recent update the app works flawlessly on the larger screens of the new 11” iPad
  • Barely Functional

    By itsqgd
    Fails to download content, rarely loads comics and constantly crashes. Never used an app that functions so poorly before.
  • Great Idea but buggy

    By CrystalSnow797
    Being able to subscribe to a service for almost unlimited marvel comics is great. That said the service is unreliable. There are periods where comics won’t and the search and categorization options are atrocious. With that said, if you are a Marvel fan who are looking to read comics, I’d say it’s worth a subscription though frustrating at times.