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The Bee’s Knees: Fontify

Hello, and welcome to the Bee’s Knees, the weekly special here at Comic Booked where I take a look at some of the different ways people combine ...
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DC Comics to Launch on the iPad, Nook and Kindle!

In a move that is sure to boost sales to new highs that no one has seen before. DC Comics have announced this week that they will be releasing all ...
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Madefire Brings Comic Evolution to New York Comic Con

Writer Robert Lee contributed to this story for Comic Booked. True to their name, Madefire started burning at the San Diego Comic Con only to ...
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ComiXology Announces New Self-Publishing Portal

ComiXology, the largest distributor of digital comic books announced a new submission portal called ComiXology Submit for self-publishers. This new ...
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Madefire Debuts New Episodes for iPhone at NY Comic Con

Madefire debuts new episodes for Mono by Ben Wolstenholme and Captain Stone is Missing... by Liam Sharp for their iPhone app at New York Comic Con ...
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Madefire to Launch Comic App for iPhone and iPod Touch

Madefire, creators of comics for the iPad featuring their exclusive motion tool, have announced that they will now make their content available for ...
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Ben Abernathy Leaves DC to Join Madefire

Ben Abernathy, the digital editor for DC Comics, left the company last week to join Madefire - creator of digital comics using their proprietary ...
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: The Madefire Comic App

Today, I begin a weekly series of features examining outside of the box thinking in the comic book industry. New technology and greater interest in ...
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SDCC 2012: A Look at the Madefire Comic App

At San Diego Comic Con, trying to find the next big thing in comics requires something innovative and fresh in order to stand out. At the Madefire ...
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The Digital Age: A Comic Book Singularity

In the beginning, there was Superman. The history of superhero comics is divided into generally accepted "Ages", and it all began with Superman. ...
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