Chad Carpenter’s Tundra is now available on the iTunes App Store as a iPhone/iPod Touch app. They have released two versions – a free app with 25 comics in it and a $.99 app with 100 of his comic. Over the last couple of months, I’ve downloaded a few comic apps to see how each […]
Jason Ankeny writes over on the Fierce Mobile Content blog that he believes that the comics future is best served on the mobile platform like Amazon’s Kindle and Apple’s iPhone. Unlike webcomics which has “proven a mixed bag both creatively and commercially,” both platforms support a revenue model of readers purchasing the e-book (or app) […]
uClick continues to roll comics out to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Today they have announced that Scott Hilburn’s popular comic panel Argyle Sweater is now available on the iTunes App store. In total three Argyle Sweater apps available. Each have approximately 100 or so cartoons and cost $.99.
Uclick, a division of Unversal Press Syndicate, is rapidly expanding the number of comic strips and cartoons available through the iTunes app store. The latest announcement adds webcomic We the Robots by Christ Harding, Scott Meyer’s Basic Instructions and Brooke McEldowney’s fantasy Pibgorn to the line up. We the Robots joined GoComics this year; Pibgorn […]
» The Pulitzer Prize board has opened up the requirements to allow internet-only media to be considered for the prize. » uClick hopes to roll out hundreds of comics for the iPhone. » Bob Staake’s cover for Time magazine has been recognized as the best cover of 2008. » ABC is going to broadcast a […]
Uclick has announced that Brooke McEldowney’s Pibgorn and Scott Meyer’s webcomic Basic Instructions have been released for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Fans of Pibgorn can download three installments of “Mozart and the Demon Lover” – a time-swap story-line “in which Pibgorn and Geoff trade places in time with Wolfgang Amadeaus Mozart and Anna Gottleib. […]
UCLICK Digital Entertainment has recently launched Jeff Smith’s Bone comic for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The comic has been specifically tailored for the iPhone, taking full advantage of the full-color LCD screen and Multi-touch display. Fans can move back and forth through stories with a simple swipe of their finger. “Uclick has collected an […]
Posted on: Nov 18, 2008, Section: mobile, Comments: Comments Off
Michael Jantze’s The Norm will soon be available on GoComic’s mobile line-up. The offerings include the comics, new weekly mobile chapters as well as wallpapers. The Norm was first syndicated in 1996 through 2004 when Michael opted to take his feature exclusively to the web.