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
We've taken a look at a few of the apps slated to hit the iPad this Saturday, but early reviews for the device seem to really be responding to the readily-available Marvel Comics application reportedly produced by ComiXology.
The comics crowd may still have mixed feelings on picking up the $500+ iPad when it hits shelves this coming Saturday (especially due to its Flashlessness), but as demonstrated by an early look at Comic Zeal's digital reader app for the device, those who do make with the early adoptage could m
As one of the few newspaper comic strips that manages to balance universal gags with fun nerd commentary, this weekend's "FoxTrot" was pretty endearing as creator Bill Amend took a moment to address what the upcoming April release of the iPad could mean for comics - specifically Marvel and DC's superhero titles. Of course, th
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
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