Marvel Comics, a division of the Disney Corporation, has it's own digital comic-book service that allows readers to enjoy an unlimited amount of comics for a monthly or annual fee. What if they rolled out a similar service for Marvel's vast entertainment offerings such as TV shows, cartoons and yes, the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Known as Marvel Unlimited, for a $9.99 a month, users have access to over 15,000 digital comics in the Marvel catalog. There's also a premium option that includes several exclusive goodies such as toys and special edition comics.
I would love to see Marvel or it's corparate parent Disney, launch a similar service that allows users unlimited access to it's huge offering of superhero-based movies, TV shows and cartoons, similar to Netflix's streaming service. Of course, original programming should be a priority too. I understand there will be potential licensing and distribution issues with movies like the X-Men franchise or even the Spider-Man franchise. Hopefully this can be resolved with financial benefits on both sides.
It's time for Marvel to make that transition with it's own digital streaming entertainment service, utilizing it's vast library of content.
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