Back in the early days of searching for iOS comics on iTunes, if a user wanted to find a specific title their options were limited. Provided a comic was sold as an individual app -- which was commonplace before the rise of comiXology, iVerse, Panelfly, Graphic
Thor got a heaping helping of videogame releases last week with three versions of Thor: God of Thunder dropping from Activision along with the online Thor: Bring the Thunder at Marvel.com. If you're anything like some of the CA staff and have already blazed through those, there's one more gl
As someone who used to have a job where I reviewed terrible movies on a weekly basis, I've seen my fair share of pictures put out by The Asylum, the movie studio best known for "mockbusters" like Transmorphers and SyFy original monster movies like Mega Python vs. Gatoroid. Today, however, MTV's Sp
Whatever million dollar iTunes scam you were waiting to hatch is going to have to wait. Thanks to an alleged comic app scam by mycompany's Thuat Nguyen, Apple's cranking security up to "11" (or maybe more like "1") - iTunes users will have to enter their credit card security code more frequently when making purchases.
As reported by the Wall Street Journal, consumers blew the whistle on Nguyen's 40+ sales-dominating comic apps (m
While Boom! Studios isn't exactly new to mobile comics on digital devices having had certain titles (like "Hexed") available since 2009, the publisher is making significantly more consolidated headway in the digital space today with an all-new branded app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch via comiXology.
How many of you have gone out and purchased Apple's iPad yet? For me, it's kind of like the apple in the Garden of Eden, if you'll forgive the obvious pun: as badly as I want to consume it, I know I can't justify the purchase right now
We've seen Bill Amend's punny take on the iPad's distinct lack of a certain speedster in "FoxTrot," but despite most publishers jumping onboard for the device's launch, DC has yet to prove the argument wrong by making its titles available on it. Left only to speculate whether the Flash can "run" on the iPad, this artist's rendition conclud