Madefire extends its digital comics app to iPhone and iPad

Digital comics publishing house Madefire – co-created by British comic creator Liam Sharp – has announced a major update to its revolutionary comics app, bringing it to iPhone and iPod touch for the first time. The Madefire app, which delivers a fully-immersive, episodic comics reading experience, is now optimized for the four-inch Retina display onContinue reading Madefire extends its digital comics app to iPhone and iPad

Beano, Dandy go digital via Apple’s ‘Newsstand’

DC Thomson have announced The Dandy and The Beano have just gone digital through Apple’s recently-launched Newsstand service, with The Beano currently in the Top Ten in the service’s charts First published in 1937 and 1938 respectively, the two national comic institutions join Commando in the App store, all delivering digital, enhanced versions of theContinue reading Beano, Dandy go digital via Apple’s ‘Newsstand’

More Jack Staff issues released for iPhone

A quick plug, courtesy of digital comics distributor Comixology, to remind folk here that Paul Grist’s wonderful Jack Staff is available on iPhone and more. Out now are Issue 9 and 10, with Issue 9 offering “Titanic team-up action as Britain’s Greatest Hero, Jack Staff, and Castletown’s Cast Iron Champrion, Tom Tom the Robot Man,Continue reading More Jack Staff issues released for iPhone

Wallace & Gromit are a Digital Comic Hit

Titan Publishing are reporting a huge success for their Wallace & Gromit digital comic, which launched last month (see news story). The strip is taking the iPhone app charts by storm and is currently ranked number one in the UK free books app store, a first for a British comic! The comic has also risenContinue reading Wallace & Gromit are a Digital Comic Hit

New "Soldiers Zero" iphone Comic Launched

US e-publisher Underwater Samurai Studios Publishing have just released their first made for digital comic, Soldiers Zero, utilising technology developed by Irish iphone comics makers Infurious Republic, the creators of digital titles such as Beatnik High and the controversial Murderdrome, which was created by PJ Holden and Al Ewing. Written by Rob McClellan with artContinue reading New "Soldiers Zero" iphone Comic Launched