• Comic Book Junkies Will Love The PlayBook

    Comics have come a long way since the old paper books we used to cherish by reading them once, and then placing them into a nice plastic casing to behold every so often. Today it seems like Comics are becoming more and more digital. And while nothing can replace a paper copy, we can help to keep those copies in good shape by reading a digital version. The BlackBerry PlayBook is a great way to do this. Donny from the InsideBB Blog has put together a nice list of comic book apps being offered in App World. Some of my favorite comics are the Calvin and Hobbes series. Take a look below at the list, and be sure to let us know of any other comic book apps you may stumble across.

    • Archie Strips Pack 1 Comic by ZERO-SUM, LTD.: This app includes 75 classic Archie Comics from one of the longest running comic strips appearing since the winter of 1942.
    • G.I. Joe Comic by ZERO-SUM, LTD.: A classic comic book by all means, G.I. Joe has been a title of a comic book in every decade since the 1940s. This app features five issues of all new threats from Cobra for the elite military force.
    • Calvin and Hobbes by Kenzilab by Handster Inc.: Calvin and Hobbes has been a favorite since first release in April 1987, and now you can get your daily Calvin and Hobbes fix with this app. Enjoy classics and pre-cache comics for fast loading.
    • Comics by Endare bvba: Start reading your comics anywhere and everywhere with this comic reader app. Features include swipe to change pages, a library, pinch-to-zoom and a complete settings menu. This app will scan your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to find any comics you have saved to your device.
    • Comic Shopper by Brian J. Coan: Never miss the release of your favorite comic books — you’ll know the exact date they are due in stores. Comic Shopper gives you an advanced list of comic books, cards, games and related comic merchandise released each week. This app allows you to create a shopping list and check items off as you add to your collection.

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