They're playing it up on the silver screen right now — and The Avengers is due early next year — but you're also not limited to crinkly old paper if you want your superhero fix; the Marvel Android app has you nicely covered. Comics are great things… except when they get wet, torn, or lost, or defaced, or whatever. Digital comics remove most of those limitations (except perhaps the water one), allowing you to catch up with the X-Men, Captain America or the Hulk. Because it's based off Marvel's own subscription service, your account works across multiple devices, so you're never away from some quick fun reading material. [Marvel]
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