If you’ve been intrigued with the Iron Man: Extremis Motion Comic previews we’ve been running on the site, here’s your chance to get the first episode for free.  During May and June, select Marvel titles will include a limited-time free iTunes download of the motion comic.

The following books, on-sale in May and June, will feature the exclusive Iron Man: Extremis inserts:

AVENGERS #2
AVENGERS ASSEMBLE HANDBOOK
AVENGERS PRIME #1
AVENGERS SPOTLIGHT
BLACK WIDOW #2
INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #26
IRON MAN NOIR #3
IRON MAN: LEGACY #3
NEW AVENGERS: LUKE CAGE #3
THOR #610
THUNDERBOLTS #144
ULTIMATE COMICS AVENGERS 2 #2

Sounds like a good deal to me, I just wonder how many people will copy the code without buying the comic, thus screwing the person who actually buys the title legitimately.

via Marvel

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3 Comments

  1. Bob
    May 24, 2010 at 8:14 pm — Reply

    Well, I’m one of the relics who still gets my subscription of “Thunderbolts” via the mail. With it sealed in plastic, I SHOULD be safe…

  2. scaabs
    May 24, 2010 at 9:55 pm — Reply

    Only by buying a comic will you get iron man extremis. Not exactly free, unless of course you are one of the dishonest people that Stephen mentioned.

  3. brenton8090
    May 25, 2010 at 8:10 am — Reply

    Geez. I can’t keep track of all the marvel titles anymore. Too much! Too complicated! What’s in continuity, what’s not, what’s happening? Their continuity has changed so drastically in the last few weeks, with little explanation. At least with DC I know what the deal is with brightest day. But how many avengers titles do we need? Which are the “real” ones? ANd how does Iron Man: Legacy fit into everything? It feels like a movie tie-in, but also seems to be partially in continuity! BLARG! Too many books. I feel like they’re trying to play me. More than usual, I got the screaming sense of HEY! THIS SAYS AVENGERS ON IT YOU SHOULD BUY IT DONT ASK QUESTIONS! That’s always there a little, but now it’s to the degree where it’s turning me off from the books.

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