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Augie recaps the weekend's Marvel/ComiXology free comics meltdown with a trip down memory lane, catches up on James Stokoe's wonderful "Orc Stain" and takes a quick look at the week in comic news.
At South by Southwest, Marvel announced plans for more Infinite Comics, a new music initiative called Project Gamma, more online video programming and a free comics push as Peter Phillips and Axel Alonso explain.
Marvel kicks off a series of 13-part weekly Infinite Comics July 9th with “Wolverine: Japan's Most Wanted.” We spoke with writers Jason Latour & Jason Aaron.
In the first of its anticipated 2013 SXSW announcements, Marvel has re-branded and expanded its Digital Comics Unlimited subscription platform as it brings the pay service to iPads and iPhones.
Dean Haspiel gives up on "franchise comics"! Syrian cartoonist Ali Farzat recalls attack, talks revolution! The comics scene at SXSW! 30 Earth-friendly graphic novels! Plus much more!
Fresh off his trip to South By Southwest to announce Marvel's ReEvolution digital products, Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso takes fan questions on everything from Ultimate FF to rumors of a reboot.
Marvel Digital SVP Peter Phillips and EIC Axel Alonso outline the new products debuting at SXSW including an Augmented Reality app adding content to "Avengers Vs. X-Men" and the new Infinite Comics platform.
The writer whose passion for digital comics has been well known brings his tablet-first findings to Marvel as Mark Waid explains how his Nova "AvX" tie-in story for Marvel Infinite Comics is just a first step.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada talks the launch of Marvel Infinite Comics, a new run of stories created specifically for tablet devices tying into "Avengers Vs. X-Men."
Marvel makes its South by Southwest debut during the festival's SXSW ScreenBurn, promising previews of upcoming animated projects and a look at the publisher's "revolutionary new ways to read comics."
"Hulk" writer Greg Pak introduced the world to another green-themed sci-fi protagonist this week as his short film “Mister Green” premiered online and at SXSW. We spoke with Pak about the film.