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See What's New in Marvel AR 3/26/14

Get the latest Augmented Reality updates from Iron Patriot, Silver Surfer and more!



Have you taken the next step in your comics reading experience by experiencing Augmented Reality via the Marvel AR App for iOS and Android devices? If not, you’re missing out! Here’s Marvel Content Producer & Manager of the AR App Judy Stephens to give you the overview:

“The Marvel AR App brings new, exciting and free content to your print comics by using an iOS or Android device. To access any of the content, all you need is your phone/tablet, the app and an internet connection. Hold your device over the panel with the AR icon and watch the future unfold! With Marvel NOW!, we're kicking off a schedule of even more Marvel goodness for your eyes and ears! Each week stay tuned for bonus content including videos from the creators, original sketches & pencils, art evolutions, surprise celebrity appearances and more! 

Got an idea for a Marvel AR video or bonus content? Let us know on twitter @Marvel!”

Have you got your Marvel AR App downloaded and your iOS and Android ready to go? Then check out the exciting AR content available this week!

      AVENGERS #27
      The secrets of the All-New Avengers revealed in a story by Jonathan Hickman and Salvador Larroca! Get to know Jarvis.

      Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli conclude the “Trial of Jean Grey” crossover, guest-starring the All-New X-Men!

      James Rhodes launches into a new mission with Ales Kot and Garry Brown! Kot provides an intro for the series.

      Dan Slott and Mike Allred take Norrin Radd on an intergalactic odyssey! Allred welcomes you to the book.

      The stakes get higher as Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli present “Goblin Nation” in its penultimate chapter! Follow editor Nick Lowe’s first day in the Spider-Man office.

      To see Marvel AR video executions from this week and more, visit our YouTube playlist and keep checking back for new additions!

      Each Marvel NOW! comic with Marvel AR also features a special look at what’s led up to the issue and what to expect within that you can access just by aiming your device at the cover.

      Enjoy this week’s AR, and we’ll see you next week for another round!

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      Adriao1977 member

      The Marvel AR program is abit of a shambles for me right now: There was a single AR pic in Silver Surfer that I could find, nothing of the pronised content in Ms. Marvel 1 or 2, it's unclear whether the black background (as opposed to the red version) of the AR logo on the cover means there's no content or what. FInally, when I tried clicking on the Youtube playlist link, the list turned out to be private. Your comics aren't cheap, the least you could do is keep the advertised promises. I'm this close to going with Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited alone, despite the inexplicable 1-issue gaps in storylines and the permanently broken book info page, which makes it impossible to rate the book or have it appear as read in the library.