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The Pogo Connect: Pressure-Sensitive Drawing Radness On The iPad [Review]
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 me it's an unintimidating and fun platform for scrawling out my ideas, and its many stylus/touch-centric art apps really resonate with how I think about drawing... Read M
ComiXology Named #3 iPad App Earner for 2012 by Apple
This was a good year for digital comics company ComiXology: Not only did it see the 100 millionth download of a digital comic from the service (and the 2 billionth page published digitally), but the year ended with the company's Comics by ComiXology iPad app being named the third highest grossing iPad app of the last twelve months by Apple...
‘He-Man: The Most Powerful Game In The Universe’ Coming To iOS Devices Later This Fall
Despite the action figure collector following inspired by Mattel's Masters of the Universe Classics action figure line and DC's current comic series, it's been a number of years since He-Man and company have appeared in a video game. According to IGN, however, that's about to change as Mattel and Glitchsoft release He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe on iOS devices later this fall... Re
‘HeroClix TabApp’ Launches On iPad [Video]
Bridging the gap between its traditional HeroClix tabletop game and HeroClix Online counterpart, NECA and Wizkids' HeroClix TapApp has arrived on the iPad (version 2 and up). Available as a free download in the App Store, the new touch-based game turns the iPad into a game board that players can interact with using special HeroClix TabApp figures, starting with select Marvel Heroes...
New ‘2000 AD’ Apple Newsstand App Takes Judge Dredd And More Same-Day Digital On iOS
2000 AD, the weekly comics anthology responsible for siring some of the UK's (and the world's) most popular comics is now available digitally on iOS devices the same day as its print counterpart. Though 2000 AD has been available digitally in the form of standalone issues for some time via the publisher's official website in the UK, this marks the first time fans on either side of the Atlantic wil

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