Following its announcement of "Love and Rockets" going digital with Comixology, the comic book reader and store app devours the lion's share of digital comics sales. However, it's not the only one with designs on the digital market.
The iPhone is a nice platform to check out some comic books. That's why we've compiled a list of comic-book apps you'll want to try out.
Nearly everyone has seen a movie adapted from a comic book or played a game inspired by a comic. Yet one company goes the other direction, taking mobile games like Cut the Rope to print comics.
The Kindle was not the savior of digital comics because it doesn't support color. The iPad, with its beautiful color display, might.
We sample the free wares available in the biggest iPad comic book apps and pick the best examples for casual readers, making it easy to build a virtual comic book library for the low, low, price of free.
Optimus Prime might not have much use for the iPad, but if you want to get him, the rest of the Transformers, and any other comics published by IDW on your iPad, you'll have to download the IDW app.
CNET takes a brief look at digital comics on smartphones and tablets, and chats with Comixology CEO David Steinberger.
As an owner of both a Kindle 2 and an iPhone 3G, CNET's Nicole Lee sets out to compare and contrast Amazon's e-book reader and its application for Apple devices.