It sounded too good to be true. The complete Tintin collection as an Apple iPad App for $4.99/Â£2.99.
And thatâ€™s exactly what it was.
How it got approved by Apple isnâ€™t known. Those who have bought the App now say that it is broken, its method was to let you download the pirated pages stored on an extrernal server, which seems to have come under a bit of a hammering. Scott Kurtz tweeted â€œIâ€™m sad the Tintin app was a scam (which I fell for) but itâ€™s also an good indicator of how well a REAL app like that would sell.â€
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 […]