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Today’s Marvel Monday Sale also includes greg-pak's incredible Planet Hulk run!
What happens when all the superheroes of the Marvel Universe get sick of the Hulk? They shoot him into outer space of course, where he lands on another planet and is forced to fight in gladiatorial battle for the entertainment of an oppressive emperor.
This story is found in Incredible Hulk #92 - 105 which you can get for just 99¢ each today! 

Today’s Marvel Monday Sale also includes greg-pak's incredible Planet Hulk run!

What happens when all the superheroes of the Marvel Universe get sick of the Hulk? They shoot him into outer space of course, where he lands on another planet and is forced to fight in gladiatorial battle for the entertainment of an oppressive emperor.

This story is found in Incredible Hulk #92 - 105 which you can get for just 99¢ each today! 

Indestructible Hulk #1-4

Tony Stark and Reed Richards use their genius to save the world every other week. That’s how they’ll be remembered in history. Meanwhile, I— I who, forgive me, have just as much to contribute— will be lucky if my tombstone doesn’t simply say “Hulk Smash.”

Sale on Indestructible Hulk #1-10 is happening today only! Click here to get em for 99¢ each!

brianmichaelbendis:

Scarlet by Bendis & Maleev

Scarlet is the story of a woman pushed to the edge by all that is wrong with the world. A woman who decides to stand up and fight back. A woman who will not back down. A woman who discovers within herself the power to start a modern American revolution!! In the vein of Alias, Powers, and Jinx, Scarlet debuts a fascinating new comics character that, with every issue, reveals new things about herself against a completely original backdrop of intrigue and drama.

[Get Scarlet on comiXology]

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or have been frozen in a block of ice for the past couple months, you’ve probably heard a bunch about this Captain America guy, and hey, we get it, comics can be a treacherous world to navigate so we’re here to make it a bit easier for you with a comiXology Guide to Getting Started with Captain America!
Cap has had a long glorious run of protecting the American Way, but it all had to start somewhere, and way back in 1941 (that’s even before Tumblr existed!) Nazis were rolling through Europe and freedom as we know it was being threatened. Joe Simon & Jack Kirby saw the need for a new American Hero and thus Captain America was born, making his first appearance in the now iconic cover of Captain America Comics #1. This comic has the beginning of all that is Cap: The Super Soldier Program, Bucky, and the first appearance of The Red Skull (who is sporting a hell of a sweatsuit…)
Click here to read Captain America Comics #1
Stan Lee, also with Jack Kirby, put his classic style into a retelling of Steve Rogers transformation into the First Avenger in Captain America #109
Click here to read Captain America #109
In what is now seen as the essential Captain America run, Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting brought Cap up to present time. If there is one Captain America story you are going to read this is the one. 
Click here to read the first volume of the Brubaker/Epting run
And if you’re really just more of the type of person who wants the newest thing, Rick Remender has helmed the Captain America ship and brought along his unique sci-fi stylings. See how Steve Rogers fares when he is transported as far away from the good ol’ U.S. of A. as he has ever been before with Captain America: Castaway in Dimension Z. 
Click here to read the first volume of the Remender/John Romita Jr. run
That should give you a good jumping off point for all things Cap! Enjoy!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or have been frozen in a block of ice for the past couple months, you’ve probably heard a bunch about this Captain America guy, and hey, we get it, comics can be a treacherous world to navigate so we’re here to make it a bit easier for you with a comiXology Guide to Getting Started with Captain America!

Cap has had a long glorious run of protecting the American Way, but it all had to start somewhere, and way back in 1941 (that’s even before Tumblr existed!) Nazis were rolling through Europe and freedom as we know it was being threatened. Joe Simon & Jack Kirby saw the need for a new American Hero and thus Captain America was born, making his first appearance in the now iconic cover of Captain America Comics #1. This comic has the beginning of all that is Cap: The Super Soldier Program, Bucky, and the first appearance of The Red Skull (who is sporting a hell of a sweatsuit…)

Stan Lee, also with Jack Kirby, put his classic style into a retelling of Steve Rogers transformation into the First Avenger in Captain America #109

In what is now seen as the essential Captain America run, Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting brought Cap up to present time. If there is one Captain America story you are going to read this is the one. 

And if you’re really just more of the type of person who wants the newest thing, Rick Remender has helmed the Captain America ship and brought along his unique sci-fi stylings. See how Steve Rogers fares when he is transported as far away from the good ol’ U.S. of A. as he has ever been before with Captain America: Castaway in Dimension Z.

That should give you a good jumping off point for all things Cap! Enjoy!