Whether you like comics, games, fan art or collecting collectibles, Comic-Con's got a range of things to peak anyone's interest. And if you couldn't make it this year, that's fine! We did it for you. Take a quick walkthrough of Comic-Con with the gallery below, and be sure to enter our contest to win your own Incipio Feather case for your iPad 2.
The San Diego Comic-Con 2011 is well underway this week, and with it comes a treasure trove of special deals, many of which have little to do with comic books (then again, most of Comic-Con fits that description… but we digress). For example: If you’re had your painter’s eye on ArtRage for iPad, now is your chance to practically steal it for cheap.
Who needs newspapers when comics are all over the internet? Nowadays, you can find an awesome web comic faster than you can say "Peanuts." The only problem (and it's not much of a problem) is there are really just so many of them. So for the sake of reading web comics at work (and to celebrate Comic-Con this week) we're taking a look at our all-time favorite web comics our little Macs can muster. Don't see your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
You might have heard that this year, Mac|Life's giving away four custom iPad 2 cases from Incipio at our Comic-Con booth. But if you can't make it, don't fret! We're giving away two (2) white Incipio Feather iPad 2 cases to two lucky readers here at the site! All you have to do is leave a comment with your favorite custom iPad 2 art from the gallery after the cut and I'll pick a winner on Tuesday next week! Happy commenting!
The iPhone and iPad have done incredible things for the comic book industry, and now it’s possible --and so, so easy -- to use your iOS device to get some of the very best comics available. With Comic-Con, the ultimate festival of geek starting, we thought we’d take a look at some of the awesome comic books available on the iOS platforms.
There are plenty of digital comics being unveiled as the San Diego Comic-Con 2011 kicks off on Thursday, but nowhere is the digital realm being mined more for interactive and rich media extras more than Graphicly, who are helping comic creators expand their horizons like never before.
The San Diego Comic-Con International 2011 kicks off on Thursday, and one of the most downloaded mobile game characters of all time is getting a rousing introduction at the event -- making the leap from game to a new digital comic series based on the popular Cut the Rope.
Going to San Diego Comic-Con this year? I'll be there, on the show floor, lamenting my broken-down Toms for their lack of arch support and scouring the booths for any cool art, iOS apps and Mac games. Stop by our booth (booth #4445!) for our custom Incipio iPad 2 case giveaway, and a live demo from iPad artist Stephane Kardos. Also, be sure to stay tuned to the site for coverage and our Facebook page to win your very own Incipio Feather for the iPad 2!
At tonight's Comic-Con panel for Dexter, special guest, Mark Ecko revealed that our favorite serial killer/blood-splatter expert will be taking up residence on the iPhone/iPod touch.
Players will use gesture controls, text messages and phone calls to "interact" with the Dexter experience. Ecko simulated stabbing with an iPhone while talking about using the accelerometer for the game. No footage of the game was shown and no details about release date or pricing was shared.
Whether or not you have to cover your walls in clear plastic while playing, also wasn't disclosed.