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A manga about the partnership and subsequent falling out between Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak is a big hit. At Harvard Business School, at least.
And this isn't Caleb Melby's The Zen of Steve Jobs or the Japanese manga titled Steve Jobs, either. This is a 32-page graphic novel titled Apple's Core that was developed specifically to offer students a cautionary tale about how business relationships can go bad.
Infographics: Friend of CA and Wired Digital Design Director Tim Leong visualizes 20 years of Vertigo's ongoing comic book series.
Gaming: A trailer for the German version of Injustice: Gods Among Us gives players a look at the upcoming "Blackest Night" DLC (which will surely arrive on the American version in some form).
The loss of Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs continues to be felt in virtually every area of society that has any sort of electrical current running through it, and that includes of course the studios of comic book artists, illustrators and graphic designers. As much as an i
Last month Forbes announced plans to release The Zen of Steve Jobs, a 60-page graphic novel by writer Caleb Melby with art by creative agency JESS3. Now, in the shadow of the technology and design icon's passing, its story seems particularly relevant. Jobs' influence on sequential art may seem subtle, b
The power of cartooning stems from its ability to distill visual information until it becomes almost purely iconic -- all killer, no filler, essentially. But what happens when the icons themselves change? How do cartoonists respond to evolving visual language? As pointed out by artist Tom Pappalardo, when it comes to a lot of modern technology, keeping up can be a challenge