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Marvel Comics to not release new comic book titles digitally for the week of April 29th

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Marvel Comics to not release new comic book titles digitally for the week of April 29th

Marvel has chosen to not ship comics digitally or physically for next week.

It has been a rough few weeks given the state of the world and with some hints that comics may be coming back soon today we’ve received confirmation from Marvel Comics, there will be no new Marvel Comics digitally or physically next week. There is some hope coming soon as the other half of the big-two, DC Comics, revealed last week they would be releasing comics via Lunar and UCS as well as digital-first titles on online platforms.

Comic books as we know them have come to a halt due to the pandemic and because Diamond Comics Distributors stopped all shipping after their final orders went out March 25th. There has been some news that Diamond would start back up mid to late May though.

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