It appears everyone on the planet is now working on a streaming gaming service, including Apple. Hell, we’re probably working on one and don’t even realize it yet. The news comes from Bloomberg who are reporting that come Monday, Apple will start to reveal big plans for their future as they seem to be transitioning […]
Apple has just added another game to their list of banned titles after they deemed the strategy game app Afghanistan ’11 inappropriate for featuring the Taliban. The game is set up much like a lot of war-reenactment titles are, where there are two sides to every conflict. This one, being set in Afghanistan a decade after 9/11, […]
If you’ve been digging the complete soundtrack to both of the Pokémon: Let’s Go games, then you’re in luck, as both are now on iTunes. Game Freak released the entire 122 track collection as a combined package this week for you to download for the cheat price of $10. At a run time of two hours […]
The next chapter in the Valve/Apple drama over an app continues as it has been revealed that Valve sent the company a new version of their Steam Link app this past week for approval. We also may have a pretty clear idea as to why the app was rejected in the first place. After having […]
For those of you who would like to get a chance to use the Steam Link app on your iPhone, that will not come to be. Valve released an official statement today, which we have for you below, letting fans and users know that Apple rejected their app for use on iOS. On Monday, May […]
Calling all Gunters and 6’ers- ok maybe not the latter because DOWN WITH IOI- climb aboard the Ready Player One hype train. Today, Brash Tracks released a collection of covers of notable songs mentioned in the novel “Ready Player One”, and a new original songs as well. Brash Tracks’ Brian McKinney has said 50% of all proceeds from […]
If you’ve been enjoying the theme song to Super Mario Odyssey, you’re in luck! Nintendo has made the main theme song for the game, called “Jump up, Super Star’ available for purchase on iTunes. Aside from the fact that the track isn’t the regular price of $0.99 and is instead $1.29, it seems a bit strange […]
Disney‘s received a huge boost to Movies Anywhere today, with studios Fox, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros. coming aboard the digital movie download service in time for it’s U.S. launch. While Movies Anywhere is owned by Disney, representatives from each of the participating studios will make up an advisory committee that will work directly with the […]
© 2012 John Angerson.Filming of Jimmy’s End – Northampton The film Show Pieces is getting a screening at the Barbican on the 8th of May followed by a question and answer session with writer Alan Moore and director Mitch Jenkins. Already available as a box set, the film will also be available digitally to iTunes, Hula and Amazon in May as well. This is […]
When I was at MoCCA in New York in the spring I came across cartoonist Robert Sikoryak who was undertaking the massive project of telling the Apple iTunes terms & conditions in comic book form, one page a day, into volumes A and B. That project has now been completed. Talking to CBC in Canada, […]
Sex Criminals #11 by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky, with its flourescent pink bags, it’s 1:35 sketch covers, and its Bryan O’Malley variant was surprising in many ways, with a conclusion that suggests that the comic may be veering towards the way Chew treated its initial lead as something special, and then spread that approach […]
For the past couple of months, Bleeding Cool has been running the reactions of Comixology Submit creators to the Amazon purchase of the company, which have been generally quite optimistic, pondering a few implications that might arise. You can find those here and here. This week, we have Patrick Gerard as a guest, whose knowledge […]
Paul Aponte writes for Bleeding Cool: Reading comics can be a lonely habit. For years, the only person I talked to about comics was the guy who sold me my comics and, even then, I didn’t get into long conversations with him. It’s pretty rare to find someone who shares the deep abiding love for […]
I spent £2.49 on the rather underwhelming Doctor Who minisode The Last Day this morning. According to the BBC, this was a mistake. I think I agree with that at least.
Filling in for other parts of the BC machine which are currently in motion in various parts of the world, so I’m sure someone will be by with a more indepth analysis soon, but here’s what’s official for now: Update: See also Michael Moran’s much more informative piece on this development. BBC Worldwide North America announces […]
DC Comics have had a policy with their digital comics. Wait four weeks and you can buy them for less on ComiXology or the DC App. A $2.99 comic drops to $1.99 and a $3.99 comic drops to $2.99. Simples. But not since May apparently. Some people notice that last week didn’t bring a discount […]
I apologise now for the continued references to cacao in this story. I won't do it again.
Perhaps. Though it isn't clear.
It’s all a big promotion for Johnny English Reborn, and it will likely encourage a lot of new Blackadder fans to purchase the other three series and the superb Blackadder’s Christmas Carol special,* but it seems wonderfully generous that between now and October 21st, iTunes users can have the entirety of Blackadder II for free. […]
In the UK, there’s no real thing as a fixed price for an American comic book. Diamond UK sell comics to shops depending on the discount they qualify for and shops price accordingly, but unlike the US where you’ll pay cover price plus tax, there’s no cover price for the UK. And of course the […]