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Augie looks at the upcoming iPad Pro, whether it's a Cintiq killer and what it will take to get there, plus more fun from comics past and present!
Ahead of debuting an expanded, enhanced iPad version of his creative commons graphic novel "Vision Machine" at NYCC, writer Greg Pak shares an exclusive first look at the app's new interactive elements.
Augie shows off his sketchbook, conveniently located in a new app on his iPad. Plus, a heartbreaking tale of a man and his dog, and some newsbits from Seattle.
New iPad in hand, Augie takes it for a test comics-reading spin and finds much to be excited about with the best digital comics reading experience he's ever had.
WonderCon's 2013 location still "a complete question mark"! The state of manga, post-Borders! ComiXology to offer HD comics for new iPad! Why do we talk so much about "Watchmen"? Plus much more!
"The Walking Dead" claims 13 of 20 graphic novel spots on B&N's Top 1000 books list! Reading comics on the new iPad! How many newspapers pulled "Doonesbury" storyline? Plus much more!
Committee recommends "Stuck in the Middle" remain in Maine middle-school library following complaint! A look at the new Comic Reader! Interviews with Jack Davis, Larry Gonick and Nathan Schreiber! Plus more!
As the publisher immerses itself deeper into the world of digital publishing, CBR spoke with Marvel's digital braintrust, getting exclusive word of a program designed to drive readers into brick and mortar stores.
Comics by comiXology is top-grossing iPad app for past six Wednesdays! Naming auction for "Secret Service" villain raises $5,100! Jason talks "Tintin"! Kobo Vox for digital comics? Plus more!
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.
ROBOT 6’s Brigid Alverson looks back at digital comics in 2010, noting the introduction of the iPad, initiatives by publishers, day-and-date releases, marketing to a wider audience and piracy, among other topics.
As the clock ticks down on 2010, CBR ranks the top ten stories that had readers, retailers and creators buzzing from the past 12 months from DC's restructuring to the advent of a major legal digital marketplace and more!
For the first time, the House of Ideas will release a highly-touted event series on its iPad and iPhone App – making for big questions about retailers and audiences for the Brian Bendis/Mark Millar story.
DC Comics' Jim Lee, Ron Perrazza and Hank Kanalz joined comiXology's David Steinberg at New York Comic Con to discuss the publisher's digital future, the way in which the comics industry is changing and more.
ICv2's White Paper reports on sales trends which have seen graphic novels slide 20% this year to the explosive growth of digital comics, Mark Waid's latest thoughts on publishing, Marvel's move back to $2.99 and more.
Just in time for his big-screen debut, all six volumes of Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Scott Pilgrim" are now available for purchase digitally via a new app on the iPhone and iPad. ROBOT 6 has the details.
This week, Tim Callahan returns from his family summer vacation with tales of bacon eating contests, digital comics and the overall state of the medium. Yes, he's finally faced the iPad and lived to tell about it.
Brian Hibbs returns this month with news about a meeting DC Comics held for retailers in the wake of their digital comics announcement, leaving Hibbs feeling cautiously optimistic about the publisher's plans.
Has the advent of DC, Marvel and other publishers making content available through iTunes caused you to buy or consider buying an iPad to take your collection digital? CBR wants to know!
In response to their surprise day-and-date plans for their digital comics move, DC Comics has let retailers know that the already ordered copies of the bi-weekly "Justice League" series affected will be returnable.
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.
This week, Augie has one more thing to say about Marvel's pricing strategy on digital comics. Plus, thoughts on comic book lawsuits, conventions, oddball comic-related videos on-line, Venice, Italy and plenty more.
"Ulysses Seen" co-creator Rob Berry spoke with ROBOT 6 about the recent controversy surrounding his comic and the iTunes store, Apple's sudden turnaround on censoring the work and what awaits future installments.
BOOM! Studios has announced that they are entering the world of comics on the iPad through a partnership with comiXology, utlizing the digital comics publisher's platform to offer titles through the iTunes store.
IDW brings Jeff Smith's "Bone" and "Rasl" to the Sony PSP this month, and we spoke with Director of ePublishing Jeff Webber to find out more about format, price point and what other devices may soon feature IDW titles.
Marvel's now multi-titled Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada is back with his first interview since being named CCO, discussing Marvel's high-profile digital release and teasing a brand new project with the help of Mark Millar.
Is Marvel's day-and-date "Invincible Iron Man Annual" release a good test of digital delivery? Should Marvel buy Comixology next? And what are the craziest retailer reactions to the news? Augie rounds it all up.
With the 80-page "Invincible Iron Man Annual" headed to Apple's hot tablet device on the same day it lands in comic shops, CBR News rounds up reactions from some of the most recognizable names in comics retail.
At HeroesCon, IDW Publishing announced that it will begin offering Jeff Smith's "Bone" and "Rasl" in digital format, and outlined its strategy of attracting new audiences with digital comics on the iPad, PSP, and other devices.
Marvel Comics is releasing June's "Invincible Iron Man" Annual in its iPad application on the same day as it hits in comic shops across America, but how much will it cost?
The Direct Market is blinding publishers to a potentially larger audience. Many arguments against digital comics are falling by the wayside, but there's still stoic silence and half measures from the biggest companies. Why?
With digital comics representing a rapidly growing part of the marketplace, Graphic.ly CEO Micah Baldwin calls for the ability for fans to share their purchases across platforms and a "Reader's Bill of Rights.