Contact of Marvel Comics customer service (phone, email)

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Contact Marvel: Find below customer service details of Marvel Comics, including phone and email. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the company. Reach the customer service below for support, complaints or feedback.

Head Office
Marvel Entertainment, LLC
135 W. 50th Street
New York, NY 10020
United States

Customer Service
Phone: 1-855-2MARVEL
Phone: 1-855-262-7835
Phone: 1-888-511-5480 (print subscriptions)
Email: [email protected] (print subscriptions)

About Marvel Comics
Marvel Comics is a well known American publisher of comic books, founded in 1939 as Timely Comics. Founded by Martin Goodman, the brand is today part of The Walt Disney Company. Operating as Marvel Entertainment, the brand has a portfolio of over 8,000 characters. Some of the popular include Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, Hulk, Thor, Iron Man, Luke Cage, Black Widow and Captain America, besides teams like Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Inhumans.

You can visit the Marvel website for latest comics, movies, videos and games. If you are a Marvel fan, join the Marvel Insider to earn reward points. Members rack up points for reading latest news, watching Marvel trailers, engaging on social media and taking surveys. There is also the Marvel MasterCard for those who would like to earn cashback on dining and purchases on Marvel website. You can apply for the card and activate same online.

Marvel has an e-store for those looking for buying single issues and collections in digital format to read online. The collections can be read on web or via official smartphone apps. Users can browse the digital comics shop by category or collections. There is also a free section with some interesting monthly releases. Purchases can be made for single issues or as subscriptions for the preferred series. The member subscription service ‘Marvel Unlimited‘ gives users unlimited access to over 20,000 issues of Marvel’s titles. The ‘release calendar’ has details on the ongoing and upcoming releases.

Besides digital comics, Marvel fans can also shop for clothes, toys, collectibles, stationery, home decor and accessories such as bags, watches and backpacks on the e-shop. Payment for purchases can be made using Visa, MasterCard or American Express cards. Shipping information is available during checkout. Shoppers enjoy a 30-day return policy. For more information or queries on subscriptions, latest releases, Marvel merchandise, refund, shipping, returns, or others, reach the Marvel Comics customer service.

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  1. Lejhette Barnes Reply

    I am very upset with the fact that you decided to kill off iron man. What were you thinking? Out of all the irrelevant characters in the franchise you choose to kill Iron Man. Really? I have decided only to watch the movies with him in them. I refuse to watch any new films going forward. BRING HIM BACK!

  2. mark villa Reply

    I was wondering why was the Avengers franchise ended when it was at the very top of it’s game. it seems that it ended way too soon. actors contracts could have been renewed. RDJ and Chris Evans had just climbed to the top of their careers. just seems that it all stopped way too early. they could have made much more money!

  3. Maja Williams Reply

    I am such a huge fan of all your creations and the passing of Stan Lee was a very bad time for myself. But I just wanted to point out an error in one of your movies.

    In Spiderman Far From Home, when Peter Parker starts to create his new suit in Happy’s jet. Happy says that he’ll take care of the music then Peter says “Oh, I love Led Zeppelin”.
    But this is actually an AC/DC song called Back In Black.
    I would just like to point that out because it made me very sad that you didn’t recognise the true artists of that fantastic song.

    I love everything that you do and thank you for being a part of my life,
    Kind Regards

  4. Endgame was a piece of JUNK. Honestly, you have all the money you need and you cant even put together a decent story. It was so bad. Glad its the last film (mostly) of the MCU. Junk and I consider it a waste of my money that I paid for this garbage.

  5. Savid malik Reply

    Please bring back ultimate Peter parker. He is so cool i think that he was one of the favorite iterations of the spiderman franchise i dont see why he has to go please move miles to abother city and make ultimate Peter Parker the web-slinger of earth 1610

  6. I am a huge MCU fan and I am looking forward to watching Avengers Endgame. But the heroes who died in Avengers Infinity War weren’t in the Avengers Endgame trailers. Can you at least put them in the tv spots?

  7. sohaib hamid Reply

    Hi Marvel Team,
    I am the huge Marvel Fan but I am lil heart broken too because Captain Marvel is not releasing in Pakistan. I don’t know what are the issues behind the scenes but It’s my humble request to Marvel team that Please take a notice and release the Captain Marvel as soon as possible in Pakistan. So that Pakistani fans will enjoy the movie as well.

    Sohaib Hamid.

  8. Bill Burdett Reply

    I’ve been a fan of Marvel Comics since I was a child. However, I will not be seeing the new Captain Marvel film since the main character has asserted the movie was not made for me. I am not female and I’m over forty which by her statements mean a movie with a strong, young female lead character could not be enjoyed or identified with since it was not “made for me.”

    There was once a time when a person saw films to enlighten or educate themselves about the lives of others. I’m not sure when such “specialization” occurred so that if you could not identify by experience with film characters it was not germain to your understanding. I suppose I’ll have to start seeing only movies made for over 40 white males. I’ll be looking for Marvel Studios to produce those films!

  9. Andrew Melanson Reply

    Dear Marvel just wanted to take a minute to thank you for years of great movies, I was disappointed to hear that Ms Larson says you & her no longer want white men to come see your movies, so I won’t, a fan is a fan, it shouldn’t matter their color, sex, nationality. Good luck in the future, unfortunately I’d bet Mr Lee is rolling in his grave over Ms Larson’s recent comments, you might want her to get in contact with Mark Hamil, he could teach her how to appreciate all fans regardless of their sex etc aw well as some humility. For whoever is reading this thank you for your time, but myself, my 4 kids & 1 grandchild we will no longer be seeing your movies until someone teaches her to show some respect to all fans of your movies. Thank you for your time.

  10. OMG!!!! If this is really marvel, I’m one of ur biggest fans!! Just one question what will the release date for Avengers: Endgame and the release date for Captain Marvel? (The release date for in theaters). IM SO HYPED AND READY FOR ENDGAME!!! ?? LETS GOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Girijaa Upadhyay Reply

    My grandson Anshul is a huge fan of Marvel , Stan Lee and Spiderman.He is very good at drawing. He has done a quick drawing after returning from watching Spiderman into the Spider Verse. I was wondering if you have a wall or something where young fans like Anshul can post his drawing. Who knows we may be looking at another Stan Lee!!!! Please do let me know if this is possible. If you need the drawing pl let me know.
    Eagerly looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks

  12. I am a huge Spider-Man fan & have been so since I was 5 yrs old. I’m now 13 years old & not happy because the new Spider-Man Homecoming game is not available for X-box1 users only PS4. The game look very fun and so realistic online. Will there be a possibility that this game will be available for X-box One users in the future?
    Thanks for your time.

  13. kadiri joshua Reply

    i like to contack with the marvel comics on facebook #salvation n joshuah. I am a writer and i will like to share my stories with marvel comics.


    Good afternoon.
    I hope this is read and understood or can be forwarded to the proper person.

    I have been a Spiderman fan most of my life ,and I am 54. I have seen all of the Spiderman films and tv and cartoons. In the films,why does Spiderman always get hit by people and things. His spider sense and his reflexes make it near impossible for him to be touched unless he allows it.
    Very few times have I had that Oh Shit moment, where he moves so fast and acrobatic. Most of the spidey cartoons pay attention to detail pertaining to his his moves and quips. He is the Amazing spiderman for a reason. Please stop making him look like a bitch in front of tony Stark in the film. He is a genius in his own right. I am a fan til I die, please continue making films and I will be there.
    Thank you for your time.

  15. Sorry about Stan Lee’s passing, he will be dearly missed. I am 14 years old and have loved Marvel since I was 5. Losing Stan Lee is really heart shattering for my family and I. If I can have one request, could you please CGI Stan Lee for the rest of your movies, It will both honor his memory and keep that fun where is Stan Lee game alive. I hope someone gets this and not a machine.

  16. John Smith Reply

    Please read the entire message.
    I have been a massive marvel fan ever since I was a kid, but lately the direction your comics have been going have put me off the marvel brand. Fans read your comics to escape reality for a few minutes we dont want to read comics stuffed to the gills with the same SJW and political topics that is stuffed down our throats by every other media source out there. I have sworn off any marvel comic that has anything to do with SJW, Transgenderism, Feminism, or anything similar. Also could you please stop bastardizing the characters for the sake of diversity taking Falcon one of if not the first main stream black superhero and slapping a shield on him and calling him Captain America is a slap in the face to fans of Falcon and the black community as a whole. If you want to make a more diverse marvel line up then please create diverse characters like when marvel created the Young Avengers, I was a big fan of Patriot, Wiccan, Changling, and Stature. An entire team of original diverse superheroes. (not including “Hawkeye”) A lot of fans myself included used comics to escape bad situations as kids. I grew up with a lot of abuse both physical and sexual. I would scrimp and save any money I could get including if and when I got money for lunch at school just to buy issues of Spider-Man, X-Men, Avengers, and Fantastic Four. Just to bring some kind of light into a dark situation. I’ve taken literal beatings for buying marvel comics as it was a waste of good money. But to a third grader who got beat day in and day out no matter the reason it was worth it. It’s not an exaggeration that with out marvel comics I wouldn’t be here today. So to those fans were/are trapped in dark periods like that The Characters mean more to us than most others, we dont want to see them bastardized for some writer with a political axe to grind. Please Make Marvel Great Again.

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