An interesting review about the first $1.99 then free, then removed WebComics app for iPhone.
It’s the preloaded subscriptions that have people up in arms. You might be able to argue that if the entire interface consisted of just the feeds. Again, it would have made the application easier to use, but that’s not how it works at all. You actually have to click on individual links to each feed to view the feeds. It’s actually less convenient and less like republishing than other aggregators I’ve seen. Creators may not like it, but providing a convenient list of links to your RSS feeds doesn’t constitute republishing of content.
New out this week – the classic Sweeny Toddler by Leo Baxendale There are few more influential creators in British comics than Leo Baxendale, and few more memorable characters than Sweeny Toddler, the demon baby! […]
The latest Roy Of The Rovers is available this week from Rebellion! CREATIVE TEAM: Rob Williams (w) Ben Willsher (a) John Charles, Guilherme Lindemberg Mendes (c) Jim Campbell(l) RELEASE DATE: 27th June 2019 PAPERBACK, 56 […]
Out this week is 2000 AD Prog 2141 – check out what’s inside below – out in print and digitally! UK and DIGITAL: 24th July 2019 £2.85 NORTH AMERICA: 24th August 2019 $32.80 (per pack) DIAMOND: JUL192141 COVER: CHRIS WESTON […]