Free Digital Comic – This Weekend ONLY!
This weekend from April 6th to April 9th only, take a journey with everyone’s favorite no-nonsense heroine America Chavez in the debut that has the world talking with the FREE America #1 Digital Comic.* Available through the Marvel Comics App, this FREE digital comic is yours for the taking!
The red-hot first issue sold out at the distributor level in record time, with issue #2 selling out in its first day of release! It’s not too late to jump on board one of the most talked about comics in the industry with this FREE digital comic offer! Superstar YA author Gabby Rivera (Juliet Takes a Breath) teams with artist Joe Quinones (Howard the Duck) to bring you a debut issue that has the comics industry buzzing. Don’t believe us? Here’s what the critics had to say:
“A triumphant debut that almost dares readers to not be entertained.” – Newsarama.com
“Perfect. America is simply one of the best new comics that Marvel have put out in a while.” – All-Comic.com
[America #1] is as visually inspiring as the lead character, carrying an energetic visual style that compliments the book’s vision. – ComicBook.com
“If there were any doubts that Miss America truly needed her own comic, America #1 should put them to rest.” – IGN.com
“Rivera writes a confident and multidimensional America, while Quinones and Villarubia illuminate the pages with energy and vibrancy.” – Comicsverse.com
She’s stood side-by-side with some of the most powerful heroes in the Marvel Universe. But now it’s time for her to go it alone. The adventure is just beginning, and you can hop on board with aFREE digital copy of AMERICA #1. Plus, continue the adventure with AMERICA #2 – available now at your local comic stores.
*Offer valid until Sunday April 9th at 11:59 EST on one (1) digital copy of America #1 only. Free digital copy of America #1 can be accessed through the Marvel Comics App and Marvel Digital Comics Shop. Marvel user account and internet connection required.
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