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Spider-Man: An Origin Story kicks off an all-new digital storybook app for Marvel!

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You’ve read his amazing adventures in comic books and seen his spectacular stunts on the big and small screens. Now, get ready to experience Spider-Man like never before on the all-new storybook app, Spider-Man: An Origin Story, now available for your iPad or iPhone. As the first release in the new Marvel Reads storybook app line, Spider-Man: An Origin Story combines classic storytelling with state-of-the-art interactive features for only $3.99!

Designed to appeal to Spidey fans of all ages, Spider-Man: An Origin Story retells the now classic story of how Peter Parker transformed from a shy teenager to the super hero everyone knows and loves today.  The app integrates brand-new illustrations with immersive music and sound effects to bring to life Spider-Man’s world and fan-favorite characters like Flash Thompson, Aunt May, and Uncle Ben.  There’s also a series of mini-games that allows you to step into Spidey’s boots and overcome challenges that only Spider-Man can!  

Last, and most certainly not least, the story is narrated by none other than one of Spider-Man’s creators, Stan “The Man” Lee!  With the Spider-Man: An Origin Story app, you can experience the webhead’s first adventure with the aid of one of Marvel’s leading storytellers describing every web sling and Spidey sense tingle that our hero experiences!

Swing into adventure and excitement by purchasing Spider-Man: An Origin Story for only $3.99 on iTunes today!  And stay tuned to Marvel.com for updates on future releases in the Marvel Reads line.

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mingxhin
mingxhin

+1 Please support Android, your missing out half the smartphone/tablet market!

soldatelli
soldatelli member

+1 here, please make it available on Android as well!

sorcerer1089
sorcerer1089

I hope there are plans to port this to Android as well.