Slash Print | Following the digital evolution

Digital comics | Kiel Phegley talks to Ira Rubenstein, Marvel's executive vice president of digital media, about their partnerships with comiXology, iVerse, ScrollMotion and Panelfly. comiXology, meanwhile, has added another Marvel title to their catalog this week -- Civil War.

Digital comics | Don Reisinger over at CNET reviews several comics applications for the iPhone, including comiXology, Clickwheel, iVerse Comics and Comic Envi.

Tablets | Publishers Weekly's Calvin Reid was at the unveiling of the Barnes & Noble nook. (Via)

Digital comics | Valerie D'Orazio reports on an iPhone application called Strips, a webcomics-reading application that apparently didn't have permission from many of the webcomcis creators to include their strips. The application developer has offered an apology on his site.

Digital books | "In October, one out of every five new apps launching in the iPhone has been a book." They've also surpassed video games as the No. 1 category of new applications released on the iPhone. (Via)

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