As Marvel‘s distribution deal with Netflix takes its final lap, the comic book giant is offering fans and readers another way to enjoy its biggest name.
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In celebration of Black History Month, Marvel is putting five titles from the Black Panther comic catalog into its digital dollar bin. By using the code “FOREVER” on the company’s site, you can add digital copies of Black Panther #1 (2005), Black Panther: World of Wakanda #1, Marvel’s Black Panther Prelude #1, Black Panther #1 (2018), and Shuri #1, to your collection for the righteously low price of free ninety-nine.
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The free-for-all arrives ahead of this year’s Oscars, where Ryan Coogler‘s record-setting film adaptation of the Black Panther series is nominated for six awards, including, but not limited to, “Best Picture,” “Best Sound Mixing,” “Best Costume Design,” and “Best Original Score.” At last week’s Grammys ceremony, the film’s score took home the award for “Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media” and was nominated for “Album of The Year.”
Hit the link below to download your free digital comics today.
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