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Matt McGloin

First Look At New Nova on New iPad From Marvel Infinite Comics


Take a look at the new Nova from Marvel Infinite Comics on the new iPad.

Written by Mark Waid and drawn by Stuart ImmonenMarvel Digital Infinite Comics featuring the New Nova will be made available free with purchase of the Avengers Vs. X-Men #1 physical copy next month.

If you happen to be attending the WonderCon this weekend, you can stop by the Marvel Booth and check out Marvel Infinite Comics! And then let us know how it is!

Thanks to Chris Eliopoulos on Twitter for the pic.



“Infinite Comics are a new technique in comics storytelling that is built specifically for the digital world yet in a very elegant way manages to keep the purity of what makes a comic a ”˜comic,’” explains Joe Quesada, Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment. “It gives readers the same feel of reading a traditional comic while also offering a whole new experience that really feels like the future of where the medium is headed.
“The uniqueness comes from the fact that [Infinite Comics] uses tools that the digital medium offers, but it doesn’t reinvent comics so completely that they become something other than what they are,” continues Quesada. “If anything, outside of the great smell of ink on paper and the holding of a physical comic book, the Infinite Comics technique, I feel, enhances what a comic book can do without changing what makes comics great.”
The first offering from Infinite Comics will be AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #1 INFINITE, a tie-in story starring Nova, written by Mark Waid with art by Stuart Immonen and Marte Gracia, available for purchase on the Marvel Comics app free with the redemption code found in print copies of AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #1 or included with the purchase of the digital version. It will also be available to purchase on its own for 99 cents.
“The events are concurrent to AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #1,” Waid says of the story. “It shows a certain key sequence of events uniquely from Nova’s point of view, and much of what we learn will be important in later AvX developments.”