ComiXology Comics iconComics users, it’s time for a ComiXology update as the digital comics giant have unveiled an exciting new iteration of their market-defining Android and iOS app. Boasting a new Smart Lists feature and a variety of browsing options, can this new version of Comics remedy some of the negative steps they made with their previous update?

Madefire Comics thumbMadefire the cutting edge motion book publisher have announced announcement of a new Android version of their market leading motion book platform. Madefire for Android and features the same fantastic mix of original characters like Captain Stone, Mono and Treatment as well as their licensed titles from IDW Publishing, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics and more.

Although we focus on digital comics for the iPad and iPhone here at Pipedream Comics, we’re always interested to hear about new portals for digital comics. Well today, hit series like Saga and the Walking Dead will be available on the Android tablet for the first time with the debut of Image Comics on Google Play! 

This autumn motion comics specialists Narr8 are pulling out all the stops and launching a new season with all new horizons! Having already conquered iPad and iPhone, Android 4.0+, Amazon Kindle Fire, and Windows 8 now a Narr8 Facebook version is set to take motion comics to a whole new level!

Details are still under wraps for now, but join their Facebook community to keep up with Narr8‘s future announcements.

Sit back, open Narr8 on your favorite device, choose a story and download episodes right now! Narr8 is available to download for your iPad here

According to Wikipedia, Augmented Reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics. Although AR is not new in the world of apps (we’ve seen it on everything from arcade games to star chart apps) it is definitely at the cutting of edge of what can we be done in terms of digital comics. Marvel Comics have cut their teeth in the medium earlier this year, but with Anomaly we have one of the most ambitious projects  seen in recent months. This augmented reality graphic novel from writer Skip Brittenham and Brian Haberlin is epic in every sense of the word, and  literally sees the characters come to life from the page.