Free Comics Round-Up For Marvel’s Comic App

This weekly round-up has become somewhat of an ongoing series, because, well frankly because Marvel keeps releasing so many great free comics, I can barely read them all. So if free is a cost you can endure, and if you have an iPhone or iPad, let’s take a look at what’s free in the Marvel store this week, shall we?

Deadpool #1 (2008): “ONE OF US,” Part 1.

The Merc with a Mouth is back, even deadlier and more deranged than before! The planet has been invaded by Skrulls, everything’s gone topsy-turvy, but in Deadpool’s world, that just means it’s Monday! Crazy times call for crazy men, but c’mon, this guy’s insane. Like it or not, Deadpool may be the only person on the planet who can save us, but who’s to say he wants to? Be here for the explosive debut of the new ongoing series by writer, Daniel Way (Wolverine: Origins, Ghost Rider, Bullseye: Greatest Hits) and fan-favorite artist Paco Medina (New Warriors, New X-Men). Deadpool: His madness is his method! You won’t want to miss it.

The Invincible Iron Man #83 (1996).

Iron Man faces off against one of his most lethal enemies, the armored evil-doer known as The Titanium Man!
Written by: John J. Miller
Penciled by: Jorge Lucas
Inked by: Jorge Lucas
Cover by: Adi Granov

Ultimate Spider-Man #14 (2007): “DOUBLE TROUBLE,” Part 1.

He’s been in a coma for months thanks to the accident that gave birth to the Green Goblin. BUt now, possessing monstrous mechanical arms and plenty of attitude, Dr. Otto Octavius lives! You saw a sketch of him in Wizard, now get ready for the real deal! Plus: The first appearance of another major character! Written by Brian Michael Bendis, penciled by Mark Bagley, inked by Art Thibert and the cover by Mark Bagley.

Avengers #77 (1998): “LIONHEART OF AVALON,” Part 1.

It seems like a routine mission when Captain America and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes head to Great Britain to deal with the Wrecking Crew’s Latest scheme. Originally released January 7, 2004. Written by Chuck Austen, penciled by Oliver Coipel, inked by Andy Lanning.

X-Men: Colossus Bloodline #1 (2005): “BLOODLINE,” Part 1.

From the pages of Astonishing X-Men! Colossus has returned from the dead, only to find his relaties are being killed in his homeland! Peter must travel to Russia to face a shadowy villain whose origin lies in Peter’s past. Will this foe lead Colossus down the path of darkness and will defeating him cost Peter his soul? Originally released September 7, 2005. Written by David Hine, colored by Tom Chu, cover by Chris Bachalo, art by Jorge Lucas.

Runaways #7 (2003): “TEENAGE WASTELAND,” Chapter 1.

Still on the run from their super-villain parents, this motley crew of superpowered kids finds a kindred spirit in a daring young stranger. Originally released October 8, 2003. Written by Brian K. Vaughan, inked by Craig Yeung, colored by Brian Reber, and art by Adrian Alphona.

And there you have it true believers! If you’re interested in some of the other comic-delivery apps like the ones from DC, IDW and so on, be sure to let us know in the comments. If there’s sufficient interest, we may begin covering some of the new issues as well as the free downloads offered via some of these other comic-related apps designed the iPhone and iPad.

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