More comics are available digitally today, as Marvel has just announced that 120 of its best selling GNs will be available on the Kindle Store. This gets around that availability/backstock issue very well! Offerings include a lot of good stuff, including Skottie Young’s Ozma of Oz, Grant Morrison X-Men, Thor, Venom and many more fine, still readable books from Marvel’s immense library. Throw in the Kindle/Amazon discount and you’ve got yourself a pretty good deal.

Marvel announced today that 120 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 in digital format via the Amazon Kindle Store ( Best-selling graphic novels such as  Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man, Deadpool, Invincible Iron Man and Astonishing X-Men can now be read on Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD and any mobile device with a Kindle app.
“Marvel brings fans the best graphic novels in the world and we’re proud to expand that reach through the Kindle Store,” said Peter Phillips, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Marvel Digital Media Group. “It’s been a pleasure working with Amazon to bring fans the stories they’ve demanded via all Kindle Fire devices and mobile devices with the free Kindle reading app. Together we’re committed to bringing new fans to the world of comics with an excellent reading experience and unparalleled storytelling.”
“Amazon customers have been fans of Marvel graphic novels in print for years, so we’re thrilled to start offering them digital versions in the Kindle Store today,” said Aaron Martin, Director of Kindle Content, “We’ve worked closely with Marvel to make sure they look beautiful on Kindle, and customers can read them with Kindle Panel View for an immersive reading experience.”
For the full selection of Marvel Graphic Novels now available in the Amazon Kindle Store, visit, check out the Kindle Store on your Kindle Fire or Kindle Fire HD, or launch the Kindle reading app on your mobile device.




  1. At this point, Amazon has enough comics content that it would really be worth their while to have it better organized. Amazon has never handle book series well which is more apparent with comics.

    Also searching the Kindle store for The Punisher brings up some interesting results.

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