09/16/2013, Considering just how connected we’ve all become to our mobile devices and computers as a primary way to communicate with one another, we know how important emails can be. Sending an instant message will probably get a quicker response, but there are several benefits to sending emails. One of those benefits is how those who correspond through email tend to be composed more professionally than instant messages, which often use […]
03/12/2013, While the world waits for the official release of Steve Jobs’ upcoming biopic starring Ashton Kutcher called jOBS, his life story will also be receiving the manga treatment in Japan in Kiss magazine, which is a publication specifically for women. Artist Mari Yamazaki has been chosen to illustrate Jobs in the officially licensed manga as she feels “sympathy for Jobs” as well as for her realistic and charming painting style. […]
03/07/2013, For comic book readers, smartphones and tablets have introduced ways to interact with their favorite comic book series without having to go out and buy a new one every time an issue is released. Having all of your comics available to read on your smartphone or tablet devices is certainly a treat, although buying them individually doesn’t make it a cheap hobby. Marvel is announcing today it’s subscription-based Marvel Unlimited, […]
03/09/2012, Good news for all you comic fans out there – you no longer have to decide between buying your favorite comics in print or digital format. Sure, digital might be the way forward, but there’s something about flipping through the pages of a comic book that just can’t be replaced with the swiping of a touchscreen. Marvel has announced that starting this June – any print comic it publishes that […]
12/01/2011, Animated GIFs – we hardly give much thought to those other than associating them with lame attempts at sprucing up a website in terms of looks. Well, Marvel Comics might have gotten a little help from comics creator Kerry Callen, where he decided to inject a semblance of movement into iconic superhero art. Take Tony Stark for example – this is one hero who has issues in life, especially the […]
10/07/2011, Last week, Amazon struck a deal with DC Comics to have 100 graphic novels released exclusively on the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet. As you would’ve guessed, not everybody was too pleased with the idea, chiefly one of Amazon’s biggest rivals: Barnes & Noble. Especially since DC Comics has been reluctant to release any of their graphic novels on B&N’s own tablet in the past.
04/29/2011, The MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) scene hasn’t really been shaken up since the release of DC Universe Online at the beginning of this year but it looks like things are about to change. After the success of DC’s DC Universe Online, it looks like Marvel isn’t content letting DC having most of the superhero MMO pie to itself. Marvel has just announced that they will be releasing their own […]
03/01/2010, Comic publishing powerhouse Marvel has formed a partnership with RTC23, rolling out what they dub to be “the ultimate comic fan’s TV”. Coming in 22″, 32″, 42″ and 55″ LCD displays as well as 40″ and 46″ LED HDTVs, you will find Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk, Wolverine, Thor and other loved characters located on the bottom corners of the frame. Not only that, whenever you turn the TV […]