Marvel Gives Away 5 Free Black Panther Comics This Week

Marvel Gives Away 5 Free Black Panther Comics This Week

Posted by February 4, 2019 Comment

February is Black History month, and Marvel is celebrating that, plus the one-year anniversary of the release of the Black Panther movie, by giving away 5 free Black Panther comics on their digital platform. The comics will be available all week long by entering the code “FOREVER” at this link. The comics featured include 2018’s Black Panther #1 and Shuri #1, plus 2005’s Black Panther #1, 2016’s World of Wakanda #1, and the 2018 Black Panther Prelude comic, which, unlike most of the “prelude” comics Marvel releases for its movies, contains a brand new story set in the MCU rather than an adaptation of the previous movie in the franchise.

Check out the press release below:

New York, NY—February 4, 2019 —Long Live the King! This February, Marvel is celebrating Wakanda Forever and the reign of King T’Challa by offering a FREE digital bundle of the following five Black Panther comics for a limited time. Relive some of the most iconic and thrilling BLACK PANTHER stories from Marvel’s most acclaimed creators, including Ta-Nehisi Coates, Nnedi Okorafor, Roxane Gay, Yona Harvey, Reginald Hudlin, John Romita Jr., and more!

SHURI #1 (2018)

BLACK PANTHER #1 (2018)

MARVEL’S BLACK PANTHER PRELUDE #1 (2017)

BLACK PANTHER #1 (2005)

BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA #1 (2016)

Use redeem code FOREVER at www.marvel.com/redeem to get a FREE digital bundle of the above stories through 2/10, 11:59 EST! Celebrate Wakanda Forever all month long!

*FREE DIGITAL COMIC OFFER VALID 2/4/2019 12:01 AM EDT TO 2/10/2019 11:59 EDT. REDEEM CODE AT WWW.MARVEL.COM/REDEEM. MARVEL USER ACCOUNT AND INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED. ACCESS FREE DIGITAL COMIC ON MARVEL COMICS APP OR MARVEL DIGITAL COMICS SHOP

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(Last Updated February 4, 2019 2:28 pm )

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