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The iPad may be the hot topic of the moment, but IDW's Jeff Webber explains that looking past the surface of the mobile comics market, from iPhones to Sony's PSP, exposes new opportunities for publishers and fans.
Creator Evan Young talks to CBR about his iPhone graphic novel, "The Carrier," which combines comic book storytelling with the iPhone's geolocation, email and messaging features to tell a real-time multimedia adventure.
"High Moon" creators David Gallaher and Steve Ellis bring an old-time radio serial to comiXology’s iPhone application next week. CBR News spoke with the "Box 13" creators for all the details.
Last Legion Games' Gregory Milken spoke with CBR about the challenges the company faced when "Watchmen: Justice is Coming" first launched, and what features the update adds to the game.
World's greatest rock stars or undead bloodsuckers? J.M. Ringuet's “Stolen Suns,” available now for the iPhone and iPod touch, examines the perils of stardom and vampires. We spoke with Ringuet about the series.
In just over 9 months since iVerse Media began distributing digital comics as individual applications on Apple’s iPhone, the company announces that its comics products have have been downloaded more than one million times.
Augie has some thoughts on what went on in San Diego this past weekend, with plenty of random commentary thrown in for good measure. Plus, is the 'comiXology' iPhone app the future of comics, or does the format hold back the material?
Jeff Webber, Director of ePublishing at IDW, talks to CBR about the future of the electronic comics and what it means for readers, publishers and the medium itself.
Dark Horse released today its first iPhone app in the form of “Terminator: Salvation,” a classic four-issue miniseries by Alan Grant & Steve Pugh. CBR spoke with publisher Mike Richardson exclusively about Dark Horse's further plans.
Crispy Comics releases its comics series "Super Kaiju Hero Force" exclusively on the iPhone. CBR News spoke with co-creator Casey Lau about the new series and the future of comic book distribution.
Comicraft founder Richard Starkings and members of team UCLICK met with attendees of last weekend's New York Comic Con to discuss their comic book solutions for the iPhone.
Many CBR readers received iPhones or iPod touches for Xmas, so we've test-driven a number of new applications developed to mobilize your comics experience with products from UCLICK, comiXology and ComicZeal.
Warner Bros. has announced that exclusive footage, an iPhone & iPod touch application, behind the scenes podcasts, trailers and more are now available exclusively on iTunes and the Apple App Store.
"Proof," "Oz: The Manga" and "ShadowHawk" are just some of the titles available now on the iPhone. CBR tested out the iVerse Comics Reader and spoke to founder Michael Murphey about the product and titles.
iVerse Media has announced the launch of new Comic Reader software specifically developed for iPhone and iPod Touch, allowing you to download and read comics from Apple's Apps store later this year.