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New AvX Infinite Comic Coming in June

Starring Cyclops

By Robert T. Trate     May 11, 2012

The next installment will star Cyclops and be available with Avengers Vs. X-Men #6.

Earlier this year, Marvel changed how the world experienced digital comics with AVENGERS VS X-MEN #1 Infinite. This June, the Marvel ReEvolution continues as Marvel is pleased to announce the next jaw dropping Marvel Infinite Comic to be included with June’s AVENGERS VS X-MEN #6! Representing the latest form of comic book storytelling using tablets and smartphones as a new canvas, each new Marvel Infinite Comic continues to take advantage of modern technology while staying true to medium’s greatest strengths.

Following the world changing events of AVENGERS VS X-MEN #6, creators Mark Waid, Yves “Balak” Bigerel and Carlo Barberi bring fans a must read story featuring Cyclops and how the world is seen through his eyes.

“After the deafening critical acclaim for the first Infinite Comic, we had to bring Mark Waid back for the next one,” said Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe. “But joining Mark this time around [are] Yves Bigerel and Carlo Barberi. Now, not many Marvelites may recognize Bigerel’s name, but he is of huge importance to digital comics. His pen name is Balak and he made the comic that solidified for us what digital comics could be. Yves took Waid’s rough idea and realized the story-telling and it’s going to blow you away. Then, Carlo took Yves storyboards and knocked them out of the park!”

The unknown and untapped potential of the Phoenix Force is revealed in the next all-new Avengers Vs. X-Men Infinite Comic, available on June 20. Fans can find the next Avengers Vs. X-Men Infinite Comic in one of three ways:

1. Free with the redemption of a code found in print copies of AVENGERS VS X-MEN #6

2. Free with a purchase of the digital copy of AVENGERS VS X-MEN #6 on the Marvel Comics app and the Marvel Digital Comics Shop

3. Available for $1.99, also on the Marvel Comics app and the Marvel Digital Comics Shop

With three easy ways to obtain the Infinite Comic, no fan can miss out on the story that changes the game for the comic blockbuster event of the summer.

Which team will reign supreme?



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jedibanner 5/11/2012 10:27:03 AM

Digital comics = the death of comics.

SinisterPryde 5/11/2012 10:58:58 AM

I've been thinking they were dying for years.  Once the price hit $3.99 for regular comics I opted out, selling every one of them that I had.  Reading them on a computer wasn't an option for me.  I tried, but it really isn't the same.

On the other hand, however, the death of the comics industry has been predicted for a few decades now.

jedibanner 5/11/2012 11:38:54 AM

well, I will admit the industry isn't going as well as what it used to be that is true.

But in the past 6-7 years, Bendis at Marvel and Johns at DC have helped a lot in the industry alone and now with the new 52 for DC and the movies from Marvel who have a direct impact with the comics, things are looking better for sure.

But going digital instead of going more with newer stuff and better writting, they go digital and directly killing comics as a whole...IMO.

tallman 5/11/2012 11:45:19 AM

 I've got a couple of downloads but for me, as long as comics don't go to like a fiver or so, I'll keep buying off the shelves thanks.

ddiaz28 5/11/2012 1:35:43 PM

I wholly disagree about digital being the death of comics. Other than Watchmen and all the Walking Dead HC compilations I had never bought or read any other comic books.  As soon as I got my iPad, I downloaded the Marvel App and have spent at least $200 in the last month on digital comics.  I've gone back and read the Dark Phoenix Saga, House of M, Civil War, Messiah Complex, Avengers Mythos and more.  Now I'm keeping up on AvX.  I'm hooked and I never would have if not for the digital format.

SinisterPryde 5/11/2012 2:03:22 PM

Maybe its the dreaded nostalgia factor for me.  I wouldn't mind buying comics if I had a job that allowed such expenditures.  As a whole the medium has gotten a lot better than it was in the '90's.  I also see new readers being fine with digital since they are introduced to the medium in that manner but for someone like me who collected for 20 years its a hard transition to make, though at least the digital format saves a lot of room in my bedroom.

dojen1 5/11/2012 3:23:23 PM

I can still go back and read my comics collection from 1964 to present. Just pull 'em out and read 'em. Anytime. Somehow I don't think one will be able to enjoy "digital comics" for as long. Just because we CAN do a thing doesn't mean that we SHOULD.

dojen1 5/11/2012 3:24:49 PM

digital comics = death of collecting. IMHO

Mossy1221 5/11/2012 5:01:58 PM

I find it more easy to turn on my laptop/iPad and read any comic I have downloaded a lot easier then going through the huge boxes I have stuffed in my closets.  I look forward to a more digital comic world.

Not to say I would not miss the feel of turning each page or the smell of the ink and paper.  Or missing the huge stack of comics I would leave on my tables for easy access.  But more digital means more a lot less clutter in my house.  And I have no more room in my closet.... or my sons closet.... or in my garage..... for any more boxes stuffed with comics.  I can open my iPad and have hundreds at my finger tips.  

invisage 5/12/2012 1:00:07 AM

Sorry Jedibanner Im with ddiaz on this. Never bought a marvel/dc comic before but since having an ipad I have now got a few series I get monthly. And with having the latest Ipad the Infinite AvX was pretty damn sweet to read and really looking forward to the next one in June. I think digital may save the industry.

Same with people who hate digital copies of books. pffffffffffffffffft to them. Any series I truly liked I used to buy the hard cover versions of (thats how much I liked my books). Since going digital I have got rid of them all. Saves so much space and easier to find a good book to read. BUT I have been buying a lot more books and in fact reading a few things outside what I normally would read.

Hell I remember not long ago they were saying that going from vinyl to digital was going to make DJ's obsolete. pffffffffffffftt to that too. DJ's are still mixing but now have more freedom.

in other words DIGITAL rules :) End rant.

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