As part of the public offering of Wizard World, the company announced the digital magazine edition of Wizard World.

Mr. Shamus states, “I believe the Company’s new digital magazine provides the best medium to give the consumers and producers of pop culture what they seek in a format they are comfortable with. Wizard World digi-zine focuses heavily on future trends and product introductions and launches, as well as spotlights those that help determine the next hottest trend. With access to fans that number in the millions worldwide and through the production of Comic Cons across North America, I believe that the Company is in a unique position to launch Wizard World digi-zine to a massive audience. Further, those who are interested in graphic novels, genre films, video games, comic books and other pop culture will likely find that Wizard World digi-zine suits their interests.”

I took a moment to download the app for the iPad (I have one in case you didn’t know)… or I should say I tried to download the app.  After doing all the iPad App download majiks – really if you don’t own an iPad, then you wouldn’t understand, the install stalled for longer than I cared to find out.  Already the digital version of Wizard World has just as much interest as the print edition did.

via Wizard World


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  1. Why won’t anyone at Wizard answer my e-mails or phone calls about being reimbursed for my cancelled Wizard and Toyfare subscriptions. Not honoring my full subscriptions is wrong, and illegal. Please help me with any contact info that will address my situation/problem. I do not appreciate being ripped off.

  2. Just “flipped” through the first half of the first issue. It’s in two parts for some reason. Will definitely look into a lot deeper this evening. Not a bad start upon first glance. If it stays free, might be worth my time. It has full page ads like a print magazine so who knows.

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