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With comiXology stepping away from in-app purchases for iOS users, Augie puts the pieces together and attempts to make sense of its marketing.
With another newsworthy year complete, CBR looks back at the stories and trends that had the biggest impact on the comics industry in 2013.
From sales growth to Apple's content policies -- 2013's top business events! More on Dark Horse's loss of "Star Wars" license! India Comic Con to expand! Plus more!
The effects of Apple's mature-content policy! Interviews with Joe Sacco and "Gasoline Alley's" Jim Scancarelli! Stockton-Con grows in second year! Plus much more!
Matt Fraction reports Apple has officially blocked the sale of "Sex Criminals" #2 via comiXology on iOS devices, due to "objectionable" content. UPDATED with comment from Image Comics.
Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo is already sold out! Wizard World's convention revenues are way up, but company still suffers $1 million loss! Apple's interesting new patent! Plus much more!
Augie looks at the week in "Saga" news to see where the competition was, how digital comics work and who made sense of it all. And then, remember "Mayhem"? Or WizardWorld NJ?
Brett White tackles the latest in a long line of controversies, this time surrounding the furor over the the belief Apple rejected an issue of "Saga."
CEO David Steinberger has clarified that Apple did not reject "Saga" #12, stating that comiXology mistakenly believed the issue would not meet Apple's policies for acceptable content.
"The New Yorker" cartoonist Ed Fisher passes away. Israel sentences Palestinian cartoonist! "Saga" artist Fiona Staples comments on Apple rejection! A look back at Donald Duck cartoonist Al Taliaferro! Plus more!
Due to what the writer calls "two postage stamp-sized images of gay sex," Apple has refused to release Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples "Saga" #12 via comiXology's iOS app.
It seems "Sex" doesn’t sell, at least through Apple. The new series by Joe Casey and Piotr Kowalski debuted Wednesday in print and digital, but not via any Apple iOS apps. ROBOT 6 has the full story.
Capcom brings its classic fighting game "Marvel vs. Capcom 2" to Apple's App Store this week, allowing iPhone, iPod and iPad users to pit Iron Man and Captain America against Ryu, Mega Man and more.
Apple finally adds a dedicated Comics and Graphic Novels section to iTunes, online manha site JManga goes region-free - for the most part - and "Zombies Eat Republicans" travels a different digital path.
With the tragic passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on Wednesday, CBR Senior Editor Stephen Gerding looks back at his life and the surprising legacy he left on the world of comic books.
With an ambitious rollout for DC Comics content on computers, iPads, PSPs and more starting today, DC's digital leaders Jim Lee and John Rood talk to CBR about creator royalties, retailer inclusion and content choices.
The iPad screen-grab feature makes it easy to snap a high-resolution image of whatever appears on its screen – including pages from your digital comic books and ebooks.
Marvel Comics Executive Vice President of Digital Media Ira Rubenstein speaks with CBR News about the launch app for Apple's iPad that has everyone talking and what about the device works for Marvel right now.
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.
UDON releases "Apple" volume 2 this month, continuing its series of popular art books highlighting the work of Korean artists and animators. CBR News spoke with UDON's Matt Moylan.