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‘Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty’ Game Hits the iPhone and iPad [Video]


Following in the footsteps of Thor: Son of Asgard, Marvel Entertainment has released a new iOS videogame tie-in for Captain America: The First Avenger. Arriving on the iPhone/iPad in the form of one convenient app this week, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty puts players in control of Cap in a $4...

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iTunes Digital Comic Searches Now More Useful


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...

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New ‘Thor: Son of Asgard’ Game Thunders onto iOS Devices [Video]


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 If you're anything like some of the CA staff and have already blazed through those, there's one more glimmer of Thunder Godly gaming hope left to check out...

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Square Enix’s ‘Imaginary Range’ Strikes a Fun Balance Between Comics and Casual Gaming


Interactive comics aren't always awesome. There's a certain elegant simplicity to soaking up most sequential art and adulterating that experience with new elements doesn't always seem justified. When the publisher behind the Final Fantasy series comes a' calling with a free, good faith effort in the arena of blending videogames and manga -- two things they're good at -- it's worth giving their offering a shot...

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‘Action Double Feature’ Is Everything We Want In Digital Comics [Review]


This week saw the release of Action Double Feature #1, and it's one of the most exciting comics I've read in a long time. Released digitally through a dedicated iPad app and a downloadable PDF by Four Star Studios, ADF is a showcase for its creators to take risks with brand new concepts and characters, and as the name suggests, it's split between two short stories: Jack Kraken, by Hack/Slash's Tim Seeley and Ross Campbell, and The Answer by Dennis Hopeless and Mike Norton, the current artist of DC's Young Justice...

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Viz Media Offers Digital Volume 1’s for $0.99 in March


Viz Media launched last year what we thought was a very decent digital comics solution for the iPad, and they've continued to develop the application in the months since. Now ready to bring even more eyes to the publisher's impressive line of manga, Viz is pushing a new initiative called Manga Madness Month whereby all volume 1's in the store can be purchased for only $0...

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Kyle Latino’s iPad Superhero Portraits Reach Out and Touch You [Art]


It turns out that you don't have to be Jim Lee to make astonishing artwork on an iPad. You can also be Kyle Latino. He started out simple with a Hellboy headshot about a month ago, but since then you can really see him learning new tricks by the finger/stylus swipe, whether he's experimenting with Grendel, Cesar Romero as The Joker or the unmistakable MODOK...

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Amazon Fees Makes Kindle Even More Useless for Comics


For some reason there have always been people eager to read comic books on traditional e-readers like Amazon's Kindle, even with the advent of full-color, multi-purpose devices like Apple's iPad. Those e-reading comics fans will probably continue to be disappointed, as a recently deployed pricing system for publishers has made Kindle comic booking seem even more pointless...

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The iPad Sketches of the ‘Irredeemable’ Peter Krause [Art]


ComicsAlliance readers were impressed with Jim Lee's how-to video on sketching Batman on his iPad, so we thought you'd like to see more digital doodles created with Apple's magical mobile device. What we've got for you today are the first in an ongoing series of sketches created by Peter Krause, artist of the popular BOOM...

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Watch Jim Lee Draw Batman on an iPad in a Superfast Timelapse [Video]


While many comics artists claim that Batman is their favorite superhero to draw, one has to wonder how Jim Lee must feel. The DC Comics Co-Publisher and superstar comic book artist is known for his particularly rendered version of the Dark Knight, which Lee has been drawing more or less ceaselessly for the last ten years in the form of comics, covers, video game production art, merchandise designs, commissions and of course convention sketches...

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