Way back in 2010, I was the biggest proponent of Apple’s iPad, but even with the ability to carry 10,000 digital comics in the palm of my hand, the biggest problem was that comic readers were never getting a 1:1 reading experience. Apple solved that today with the introduction of the iPad Pro.
Those who have been waiting to play Magic 2015 on their iPad don’t have to wait any longer as Wizards of the Coast has released the game.
What do you do when your whole world is turned upside down? Dana just wants her Queen Street West neighbourhood to be prosperous and electic – is that so much to ask? Between perpetual Canadian snow storms, a local shooting and her bookstore job on the brink of extinction, it evidently is.
Marvel has released the Marvel AR app that allows you to point your iPad or iPhone at a Marvel comic and watch magic happen. The Boy took a look at what it can do this past weekend. Also: A Four Year Old Explains the Marvel Universe
According to ComiXology, PR Guru Chip Mosher, digital day and date releases have hit a major milestone.
Press Release Continuing to lead the charge of digital comics, IDW Publishing, a leader in digital comics, proudly debuted today the first large collection of comic and graphic novel titles ever available within Apple’s iBooks store. As the first major comics publisher to offer significant content, IDW’s initial iBooks entrée features nearly twenty complete graphic novels, including award-winning books and works by best selling prose authors.
ComiXology has announced a brand new update to its iPad/iPhone Comic by comiXology app, that promises a faster interface and more. This is all in anticipation of the day and date initiative by DC (and to an extent Marvel) that is coming in the next couple of weeks.
Press Release Arcana Studios, one of the world’s top graphic novel producers, has partnered with MoBaD Media, a mobile app developer, specializing in 3D children’s storybooks and comics, to launch Arcana’s The Gwaii as an interactive mobile 3D App. The award-winning graphic novel was adapted into a mobile app, featuring thirty interactive 3D pages, which can be experienced without any visual aids. The app is available now on iTunes in the iPad App Store for $1.99.
Press Release Arcana Studios, an award winning comic book publisher and transmedia producer, is excited to announce that an app is now available, showcasing all of the amazing books Arcana has to offer.
Hi! I’m Stephen, and I have an iPad. For the last year and a half (or more), I’ve been discussing ways mainstream publishers can make digital comics work and make everyone happy. DC made a huge splash in the digital comics market when it announced this week that all of its superhero titles would go digital day and date release. While great news, the last day or so had me pondering what new titles I would get only in print, and which would be digital only editions. One of my suggestions in the past has been to bundle a digital
Good news for digital comics fans, DC has announced it is taking its entire line of comics to the digital day and date model, that I have long encouraged publishers to do. This was announced by DC earlier today and will begin August 31, 2011 with Justice League #1. DC stunned many when it offered digital day and date release of Generation Lost, and now beats Marvel with this announcement. While this certainly isn’t news brick and mortar stores want to hear right now, keep in mind the relaunching and renumbering is geared primarily to bring in new readers, and
Dark Horse Comics is putting the final touches on their iPad App, and we should get more information as 4/20 approaches. While Dark Horse didn’t go into detail as to why the app was delayed before, Apple’s enforcement of in-app sales probably had something to do with it. Take the jump for the full announcement from the company, and details on how to win an iPad 2.