Marvel ComicsThese days it seems that whilst there are still bad guys and super villains roaming the streets, the heroes just can’t seem to focus on anything but their own squabbles. This has become the centrepiece in movies like Batman V Superman and Captain America: Civil War, but what about some of the heroes that were left out of the limelight in these films? We look at some great examples of superhero strife on comiXology that could make the next batch of superhero movies even better.

Marvel Infinite comicsIt’s was a bit quiet in the world of Marvel Infinite comics in 2015, but in recent months there seems to have been something of a deluge  as we see fantastic team-ups from big name Marvel heroes strutting their stuff in the world of cutting edge digital comics.​ We round-up some of the best featuring Deadpool & Cable, Amazing Spider-man & Silk, Daredevil & The Punisher as well as the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Marvel ComicsFor over half a century, Marvel has been unsurpassed for the sheer imagination that it has brought comics, movies and even computer games. And whilst much of the credit for the creative offerings must lie with imaginative geniuses such as Steve Ditko, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Marvel has sometimes drawn inspiration from further afield.

It’s been another strong year for digital comics in 2015 as we have seen new publishers and platforms debut, as well as continued strong offerings from the Big Two, as well as an amazing selection of self-published stories released online and via platforms like ComiXology Submit. So sit back and enjoy our list of the 10 most exciting and innovative digital comics from the past 12 months.

Marvel Infinite comicsMarvel Comic’s ground-breaking Marvel Infinite digital comics series have produced some of our favourite digital comics of the last couple of years, but if you are new to the format then you might not know where to start so here is our breakdown of 10 of the Best Marvel Infinite Comics.

ComiXology Amazon KindleIn news that will shock no-one, the world’s largest comics company (Marvel) and the world’s largest digital comics provider (comiXology) have agreed to continue their relationship together. This means you can continue getting your favourite Marvel comics via the comiXology apps and website. However, if you’re a Kindle user this new deal means an extra 12,000 new titles are now available on the Kindle Store, so there’s no way you’ll miss that all important new issue!

X-Men '92 Infinite ComicMarvel’s summer spectacular Secret Wars is in full swing with the various Marvel universes re-booted, ret-conned and generally re-imagined into the all encompassing Battleworld. As well as giving the house of ideas a chance to tame some of the more unruly plot strands it also gives them the chance to dust of some old franchises for another go around, including a welcome return to the X-men animated series who make their digital debut in X-Men ’92 Infinite Comic #1.

X-Men '92 Infinite ComicBack in the ’90s it was all about the X-Men and there was nothing more ’90s than the Marvel X-Men cartoon! So as Marvel are about to embark on their universe shattering reboot in Secret Wars, we go back to the past and also forward to the future at exactly the same time as those ’90s X-Men are brought bang up to date with an awesome new Marvel Infinite digital comic series – X-Men ’92 Infinite!