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    Self-Contained Stories

    Dive into comics with some of these self-contained starter stories perfect for new fans and classic readers!

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    • Nextwave: Agents of HATE

      Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E.

      Elsa Bloodstone leads a monster hunting combat crew in this bonkers series by Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen.

    • Runaways (2003-2004)

      The Runaways

      Never read a comic in your life? Look no further than this wholly original series starring six teens who discover their parents are supervillains.

    • Vision (2015-2016)

      Vision’s Perfect Family

      The Avenging Android creates his own family in this ‘Best Limited Series’ Eisner winner.

    • Rocket (2017)

      Space Noir

      This cosmic caper starring the rascally raccoon is a perfect interstellar mystery.

    • Mockingbird (2016)

      Agent Mockingbird

      S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Bobbi Morse shows her leading lady potential in this espionage meets slice-of-life book!

    • Black Bolt (2017-2018)

      The Midnight King

      An exceptional Eisner-winner. The Inhuman king’s trapped in a maze-like space prison where he forms an unlikely friendship with the Absorbing Man. Dazzling art.

    • Daredevil (1964-1998)

      Daredevil: Born Again

      Try this arc’s Reading List or read through #233! Matt Murdock (and Daredevil) have their lives destroyed by the Kingpin in this redemptive, defining story.

    • Elektra (2014-2015)

      Elektra: Bloodlines

      Feverish and stylized, this fully painted quest is a perfect introduction to Marvel’s greatest assassin.

    • Doctor Strange: The Oath

      Detective Doctor

      Stephen Strange embarks on the most important paranormal investigation of his career. If you’ve read no other Strange story, start here.

    • The Punisher (2000-2001)

      ‘Welcome Back, Frank’

      Dynamically deranged duo Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon present a 12-issue limited run that meshes gore with dark comedy.

    • Loki (2004)

      The Myth of Lies

      Spun in the spirit of a Norse fable, this painted mini-series delves into the origin of the Trickster God…and presents an alternate future.

    • Hawkeye (2012-2015)

      Hawkeye²

      Street-level super heroics get a fresh spin in this hit by Matt Fraction and David Aja. Think you know Clint Barton, Hawkeye? Read this!

    • Startling Stories: Fantastic Four - Unstable Molecules (2003)

      Fantastic Four: Origin Retold

      James Sturm and Guy Davis’ Eisner winner reimagines the Fantastic Four during the height of 1950s America – without super powers or cosmic exploration!

    • The Superior Foes of Spider-Man

      The Misunderstood Foes of Spider-Man

      Boomerang and some of Spidey's deadliest baddies prove that with terrible powers come terrible life choices!

    • Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe

      Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe

      The maniacal Merc goes full metal murder in this alt-universe tale.

    • Thor: God of Thunder

      Jason Aaron’s Thor

      We love this acclaimed run that weaves a thread between Thors of the past, present and future.

    • Web of Spider-Man (1985-1995)

      Kraven’s Last Hunt

      Try this arc’s Reading List! An obsession with Spider-Man pushes Kraven the Hunter to his breaking point in this famed arc. And it’ll push you over the edge too…

    • Jessica Jones - Marvel Digital Original (2018)

      Jessica Jones: Blind Spot

      Try the Marvel Digital Original Reading List for more self-contained arcs! A fumbled case leads to Marvel’s premiere P.I. becoming a prime murder suspect!

    • Man-Thing (1974-1975)

      Whatever Knows Fear…

      The shambling Man-Thing is a knockout in our horror canon. Try this praised series about the swampy muck monster, or for a more modern take read MAN-THING (2017)!

    • Inhumans (1998-1999)

      Earth-Bound Inhumans

      This Eisner-winner by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee is a great one-and-done that pulls the Inhumans into the human spotlight.

    • Marvel 1602

      Marvel 1602

      Novelist Neil Gaiman is joined by artist Andy Kubert for this imaginative mini-series that places the Marvel Universe at the turn of the 17th Century. Continue with our Marvel 1602 Reading List!

    • X-Factor (2005-2013)

      Multiple Man’s X-Factor

      Looking to get swept up in a binge? Try this noir-ish detective series starring Multiple Man and his mutant staff. No previous X-Men knowledge required.

    • She-Hulk (2014-2015)

      Lean, Green, Law-Practicing Machine

      Unfamiliar with Bruce Banner’s irradiated cousin? Start here for She-Hulk’s solo series that juggles her superhuman law firm with butt-kicking.

    • Ultimates

      Nick Fury’s Ultimates

      If this cinematic series piques your interest, continue with ULTIMATES 2 & 3. Nick Fury assembles a modernized version of the Avengers with far more baggage.

    • Incredible Hulk (1999-2007)

      Planet Hulk

      Try this arc’s Reading List, or read through #105! When Hulk crash-lands on a savage alien planet, he rises in rank as a gladiator to overthrow Sakaar’s Emperor.

    • Marvel Graphic Novel: X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills

      X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills

      Poignant and always timely, this Original Graphic Novel depicts the X-Men’s struggle with faith in the midst of radical attacks from hate group the Purifiers.

    • Avengers Academy

      Avengers Academy

      This series introduces an all-new cast of next generation Avengers. Teen soap opera meets super heroics.

    • X-Statix (2002-2004)

      X-Statix

      It doesn’t get more irreverent than X-Statix. ‘Celebrity’ mutant heroes live together reality-TV style and perform public service for stardom.

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