'Star Wars Episove V: Empire Strikes Back' OGN cover by Adi Granov
Credit: Marvel Comics
Credit: Marvel Comics

With the recent launch of the new Star Wars comic series and the impending arrival of Star Wars, Episode VII: The Force Awakens, people might be wanting to go on a Star Wars binge. Now it seems, Marvel is setting the table for that.

Marvel announced Wednesday that it would be adding its back catalog of Star Wars "Legends" comics titles, over 500 titles according to the publisher, to its digital service Marvel Unlimited. First launched in 2007, Marvel Unlimited is a Netflix style all-you-can-read service of past Marvel Comics, and now past Star Wars comics.

The Star Wars comics will be on the Marvel Unlimited app under it's "Discover" section, and will launch with the following titles: Character Spotlight: Boba Fett, Rise of the Rebels, Character Spotlight: Darth Vader, Rogue Squadron and The Dark Force Rises. Marvel says that more will be added "on a regular basis," with the new Star Wars titles launched in 2015 joining the fold in the summertime.

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