You know what I like about insane movie rumors? They're fun. Yeah, sometimes plausible dirt requires debunking, but by and large, insane movie rumors usually serve as nothing more than fleeting conversation starters for sensible fans
Screen captures, man. Aren't they just the dickens? According to an article by Comic Book Resources' JK Parkin, Apple's iPad makes the rascally practice of capturing images easy and it could possibly help streamline digital piracy for those with the inclination to do so.
It's good information for readers and publishers to have, but the tech isn't inherently
Nintendo's massive DSi XL has been making the rounds in Japan since November, but in light of its upcoming Q1 release in North America and Europe, it's a good time to examine its potential beyond allowing gamers (myself included) to get a better look at their Pokémon.
Shots demonstrating the device's new scale (which I've modified using some Scott Pilgrim content) show off its theoretical
As excited as many are for Apple's upcoming iPad release, a slide during Apple's unveiling got me thinking about the device's merits as not only a medium for consuming entertainment, but also as a platform for creation.
With a screen size and resolution seemingly suited for the task at hand, what's really essential for future creator use is an application that either ports existing industry standard software (Adobe Photoshop, Manga Studio EX, etc.) or augments curr
Of all the guys crusading in capes, Batman has arguably the most famous and recognizable rogues gallery in comics. The Joker, Two Face, Mister Freeze, Poison Ivy, Penguin, The Riddler - the list goes on and on
Back in the good old days (or bad old days, depending on your outlook), it was all any comic reader could do to keep from fantasizing about clipping subscription cards from their funnybooks and sending away for every title a publisher offered
Given its main protagonist's affection for all manner of sequential art, Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum's public library-based webcomic "Unshelved" often dips into the world of contemporary comic culture topics with the kind of snark needed to snap a lot of people out of their preconception funks. After all, reading issues are library issues and few m
Ah, the traditional newspaper funnies page, last bastion for shortsighted sterile gags and out-of-touch social commentary. Sure, there are a few strips that retain some semblance of edge and near-relevance, but there's a reason today's youth has jumped ship to the far superior Webcomic offerings on the Interwebs