Marvel Updates Digital Comic Redemption

Rebecca Kaplan

Rebecca Kaplan (she/he) has a JD and an MS in Criminology but believes comics do more good than law. She's the Features Editor at Prism Comics and contributes to the Eisner-winning PanelxPanel. You can find his writing at MovieWeb, Geek Girl Authority,, Comics Bookcase, and MarvelBlog, and in Double Challenge: Being LGBTQ and a Minority, which she co-authored with her wife, Avery Kaplan. Find her at @RebeccaKaplan6 or

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4 Responses

  1. chad says:

    I think this is over, as the last two weeks new comics I have bought have codes in them and year long expiration dates. I didn’t find any news about it, tho.

  2. This is beyond awful. I go to my comic book store every other week and spend $40-50. I collect a bunch of comics and enter the code for a digital copy to read on my iPad. Now, I have to fill out a form ASAP and wait. I don’t have a ton of time to spare and this simply isn’t feasible. Let me subscribe to Marvel, you ship the comics to my local shop and put a digital copy in my account. With all the technology in the world, this is a horrendous effort at enhancing the user experience. Hire some kids to do this for you. And I’m and old fart!

  3. Patrick Hayes says:

    This is a slap in the face for those who pay $4-$10 per book for crapy print quality compared to the rest of the industry. Now we have to submit a picture of one book at a time with short timelines. No batching method means my monthly books could take quite a bit of time. NOPE. Time to cut WAY back on books from marvel.

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