Skottie Young's Giant Size Little Marvels Returns As Infinity Comic

Skottie Young time! As announced today, Marvel has unveiled a new, Marvel Unlimited app with a new Infinity Comics – or Mar-Vertical – lineup. Comics told using the Webtoon format and exclusive to the app. And that includes a bunch of new titles, such as Skottie Young and Dax Gordine's return of Giant-Size Little Marvels, now available on the Marvel Unlimited App.

Skottie Young's Giant Size Little Marvels Returns As Infinity Comic

Join your favorite Marvel heroes (and maybe a few villains!) at their littlest bests as they star in weekly adventures that span the Marvel Universe. Issues #1 and #2 are available to read today, starring Giant-Sized Little Marvel Iron Man and Captain America! Who else is set to make an appearance? Get ready for Doom (and gloom) and a Rocket in space!

Skottie Young's Giant Size Little Marvels Returns As Infinity Comic

Skottie Young became popular for drawing "baby" version of Marvel characters in a style distinctive to him, after a Midtown Comics variant cover of seven. He was then specifically contracted to draw variant covers of comics featuring these baby characters, and collectible pins featuring these baby characters became extremely popular sold each year at Marvel's Comic-Con booths.

Skottie Young's Giant Size Little Marvels Returns As Infinity Comic

He is now writing and drawing all kinds of comic books for different publishers but his take on Marvel's icons, now drawn by Dax Gordine, remains a popular place for him to return…

 

Skottie Young's Giant Size Little Marvels Returns As Infinity Comic

Marvel intends to roll out new Infinity Comics issues every week, and are currently available with plans to roll out new issues on a weekly basis. For now, Infinity Comics are only available on the Marvel Unlimited apps, with web readers to follow. The price has also risen to $9.99 a month or $69 a year or "annual plus" for $99 year and has a few extra perks, including membership kits, promises of in-person event invites, and a 10-percent discount code at Disney's online shop. In addition to the redesign, Marvel Unlimited is including a new subscription tier. The "annual plus" subscription costs $99 a year and has a few extra perks, including membership kits, promises of in-person event invites, and a 10-percent discount code at Disney's online shop.

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