Marvel digital graphic novels now available on Apple’s iBookstore

by Jeff

MarvelGraphicNovels_iBookstore Marvel digital graphic novels now available on Apple's iBookstoreMedia Release — Marvel announced today that more than 80 of its most popular graphic novels, featuring the Avengers, Spider-Man, Wolverine and more of the world’s most popular super heroes, are now available on the iBookstore.

Marvel graphic novels such as Civil War, Avengers, Stephen King’s Dark Tower, Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm, and Astonishing X-Men can now be read on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, and customers can download a chapter from New Avengers Vol.1. for free.

“Marvel is taking the world of comics by storm and releasing a massive selection of our best and brightest graphic novels on the iBookstore,” said Peter Phillips, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Marvel Digital Media Group. “For the first time ever, fans will be able to easily find and enjoy all of their favorite heroes including The Avengers, Spider-Man and The X-Men on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch — one of the best digital platforms for reading comics and graphic novels.”

For the full selection of Marvel Graphic Novels now available on the iBookstore, launch the iBooks app on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch or go to The list of available Marvel graphic novels can be found at

The following is a complete list of available graphic novels at launch:

Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks Vol. 1
Astonishing X-Men Vol.1: Gifted
Avengers Assemble Vol. 1
Avengers Forever
Avengers Masterworks Vol.1
Avengers/X-Men: Utopia
Avengers: Disassembled
Avengers: Kree /Skrull War
Avengers: Under Siege
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

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