Wacom has dominated the professional grade interactive pen display and digital drawing tablet markets for decades, but in a post iOS/Android world, its had more and more competition from increasingly capable tablets like the iPad (which has no built-in pressure-sensitivity) and the Windows Surface Pro (which currently supports pressure-sensitivity akin to Wacom products)
Digital: Anthony Clark has released a pay-what-you-wa
As a kid I always preferred MS Paint to markers and notebook paper. As a teen it was Photoshop to a physical canvas. Now as an adult (who isn't skilled enough to justify buying a Cintiq or Intuos), I dig drawing on the iPad. For
Upcoming: Dark Horse Comics has released a new trailer for its US version of The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, which arrives on January 29.
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Books: Chronicle Books will release a new toy guidebook,
Creators in Need: The Hero Initiative is accepting donations on behalf of Lobo co-creator Roger Slifer, who is in a coma being struck by an automobile in a hit-and-run incident on June 23.
Movies: Michael "Magneto" Fassbender is starring in and co-producing an Assassin's Creed movie. For real.
Tech: Wacom has unveiled the Cin
Over the past several weeks prolific creator Dave Gibbons (Watchmen, Originals) took to Twitter to tease a new Wacom device that promised portability and the use of layers and vector graphics that wasn't a tablet or an app. So what could it possibly be? The answer came today with the announcement of the S