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Halftone 2 Turns Photos And More Into Comic Book Stories On iOS
There have been a number of photo-to-comic apps on the iPad over the years, but the $1.99 Halftone 2 Comic Book Creator (a sequel to the first $0.99 Halftone app released in 2011) may be the first one that's nimble enough to make the process anything more than a time-killer. While it's marketed prin…
New ‘Marvel Creativity Studio’ iPad Stylus And App Arrive
There are a lot of great stylus and app pairing options for illustrating on the iPad, but only one can teach you how to draw Iron Man's head. Yesterday Marvel launched its free Marvel Creativity Studio app, along with an optional accompanying sold-separately stylus. Part coloring book, part sketchbo…
Rebuild Riverdale In ‘Archie: Betty Or Veronica’ For iOS
I've been a pretty big fan of Archie Comics for quite a while now, but it's always bugged me that I've been relegated to the role of a passive observer. No matter how many comics I read, I can't warn Archie of the folly of making two dates at once, or encourage Jughead to maybe m…
‘Injustice: Gods Among Us’ Hits iOS Devices
Just can't wait for the Xbox 360, Wii U and PlayStation 3 versions Injustice: Gods Among Us, the DC Comics fighting game from NetherRealm Studios and Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment, to hit shelves April 16? Do you prefer swiping motions to pressing buttons...
Viz Launches All-Ages Sticky DOT Comics App
Following in the footsteps of its previous digital comics apps, Viz Media has launched sticky DOT comics with the all-ages crowd in mind. Currently available on iOS devices, the free sticky DOT app was developed by Viz to deliver kid-friendly licensed comics including Pokémon, Mameshiba, Mr. …

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