Elsa Bloodstone leads a monster hunting combat crew in this bonkers series by Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen.
Never read a comic in your life? Look no further than this wholly original series starring six teens who discover their parents are supervillains.
The Avenging Android creates his own family in this ‘Best Limited Series’ Eisner winner.
This cosmic caper starring the rascally raccoon is a perfect interstellar mystery.
S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Bobbi Morse shows her leading lady potential in this espionage meets slice-of-life book!
An exceptional Eisner-winner. The Inhuman king’s trapped in a maze-like space prison where he forms an unlikely friendship with the Absorbing Man. Dazzling art.
Try this arc’s Reading List or read through #233! Matt Murdock (and Daredevil) have their lives destroyed by the Kingpin in this redemptive, defining story.
Feverish and stylized, this fully painted quest is a perfect introduction to Marvel’s greatest assassin.
Stephen Strange embarks on the most important paranormal investigation of his career. If you’ve read no other Strange story, start here.
Dynamically deranged duo Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon present a 12-issue limited run that meshes gore with dark comedy.
Spun in the spirit of a Norse fable, this painted mini-series delves into the origin of the Trickster God…and presents an alternate future.
Street-level super heroics get a fresh spin in this hit by Matt Fraction and David Aja. Think you know Clint Barton, Hawkeye? Read this!
James Sturm and Guy Davis’ Eisner winner reimagines the Fantastic Four during the height of 1950s America – without super powers or cosmic exploration!
Boomerang and some of Spidey's deadliest baddies prove that with terrible powers come terrible life choices!
The maniacal Merc goes full metal murder in this alt-universe tale.
We love this acclaimed run that weaves a thread between Thors of the past, present and future.
Try this arc’s Reading List! An obsession with Spider-Man pushes Kraven the Hunter to his breaking point in this famed arc. And it’ll push you over the edge too…
Try the Marvel Digital Original Reading List for more self-contained arcs! A fumbled case leads to Marvel’s premiere P.I. becoming a prime murder suspect!
The shambling Man-Thing is a knockout in our horror canon. Try this praised series about the swampy muck monster, or for a more modern take read MAN-THING (2017)!
This Eisner-winner by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee is a great one-and-done that pulls the Inhumans into the human spotlight.
Novelist Neil Gaiman is joined by artist Andy Kubert for this imaginative mini-series that places the Marvel Universe at the turn of the 17th Century. Continue with our Marvel 1602 Reading List!
Looking to get swept up in a binge? Try this noir-ish detective series starring Multiple Man and his mutant staff. No previous X-Men knowledge required.
Unfamiliar with Bruce Banner’s irradiated cousin? Start here for She-Hulk’s solo series that juggles her superhuman law firm with butt-kicking.
If this cinematic series piques your interest, continue with ULTIMATES 2 & 3. Nick Fury assembles a modernized version of the Avengers with far more baggage.
Try this arc’s Reading List, or read through #105! When Hulk crash-lands on a savage alien planet, he rises in rank as a gladiator to overthrow Sakaar’s Emperor.
Poignant and always timely, this Original Graphic Novel depicts the X-Men’s struggle with faith in the midst of radical attacks from hate group the Purifiers.
This series introduces an all-new cast of next generation Avengers. Teen soap opera meets super heroics.
It doesn’t get more irreverent than X-Statix. ‘Celebrity’ mutant heroes live together reality-TV style and perform public service for stardom.