instant access to Amazonâ€™s massive selection of digital content, a vibrant color IPS touchscreen with extra-wide viewing angle, a 14.6 ounce design thatâ€™s easy to hold with one hand, a state-of-the-art dual core processor, free storage in the Amazon Cloud, and an ultra-fast mobile browser â€“ Amazon Silk â€“ available exclusively on Kindle Fire.
They also made the regular Kindle even cheaper at $79 and a Kindle Touch at $99 â€” $149 for 3G.
And comics are definitely part of the equation. ComiXologyâ€™s logo can be seen in the lower right of the debut graphic, and comiXology tweeted a confirmation:
Other graphics released by Amazon make it clear that comics are a big part of the equation.
What was it we just said the other day? â€œThe iPad is currently an expensive gadget for upscale households, but the iPod was once the same thing. Now itâ€™s a has-been.â€ Cheap tablets are going to make everything happen faster.
Indie comics subscription service Comichaus have added a selection of new titles to their catalogue this week – including the first volume of Monologue Monologue Vol1 #1 fromSJ McCune, Masks2 #7,#8, Ink #1, Codename Action #3,#4, Vampirella/Army of Darkness #3,#4 and […]
Webcomics publisher Webtoon are partnering with writer Jonathan Maberry for a comic book adaptation of his zombie novel Rot & Ruin on their platform. No details were given on who will be illustrating the weekly […]