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Not to be outdone by DC Comics, Marvel just pushed its official app into the Android Market. The app allows you to purchase and download comics featuring all of your Marvel favorites -- everyone from Captain America to Wolverine are along for the ride.

The app offers two ways of reading your comics: guided or traditional view. Guided offers an animated, panel-by-panel look at the comic, while traditional utilizes current device controls to zoom and pan through pages.

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The app is compatible with Android 2.1+, which includes tablets -- but don't expect a Honeycomb-optimized interface. Still, the added screen real estate can't be a bad thing when reading a comic. Hit the link below to download.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Santa Claus

    Guys Can you tell me where i can read comics online?
    For Free

  • http://lettersfromdave.wordpress.com daveloft

    Comixology has about 400 free comics to read and thousands more to purchase.

    I'd recommend getting the Comixology app for Android which also just got Marvel today to go along with dozens of other publishers. Might as well get the app with the biggest selection, rather then just a dedicated Marvel app.

  • bnddycl

    if Marvel ever decides to let people who paid for their "digital subscription" service to access their comics this way, it would be really worth to get. as the person above said get comixology or other ways ;o) .....

  • Skillit

    JJPerfectViewer, some torrent software and a small amount of knowledge about the seedier parts of the web is the best way to get quality comics and manga on Android !!!

  • http://www.mildlydisturbed.com Paul E King

    Wait, are all their comics $3.99? Seems a little pricey for a scaled down non-tangible epub with 0 resale value / ability