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"Marvel's press release noted that they worked with Comixology to create their app."

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 3, 2010 to Cat quietly escapes bag: Marvel has an app for the iPad

48 Jun 7, 2011
Reply by PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod

"Thanks for the additional input, folks. I have ordered cable internet service, which…"

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 2, 2010 to Netflix Instant Play

13 Apr 16, 2010
Reply by Mark Stanislawski

"The creators of Atomic Robo have already enjoyed considerable success with whatever…"

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 2, 2010 to Cat quietly escapes bag: Marvel has an app for the iPad

48 Jun 7, 2011
Reply by PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod

"I'd be willing to pay 2 bucks to read some titles that I wouldn't otherwise buy i…"

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 2, 2010 to Cat quietly escapes bag: Marvel has an app for the iPad

48 Jun 7, 2011
Reply by PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod

"Click here for Marvel's official announcement."

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 2, 2010 to Cat quietly escapes bag: Marvel has an app for the iPad

48 Jun 7, 2011
Reply by PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod

"Well, if your iPad battery was fully charged, you could read for a few hours. :)"

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 2, 2010 to Cat quietly escapes bag: Marvel has an app for the iPad

48 Jun 7, 2011
Reply by PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod

"Which reminds me of NOLA, a series from Boom! Studios set in New Orleans."

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 1, 2010 to Graphic Novels set in the South

17 Apr 1, 2010
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"After doing some research, I've discovered that our maximum DSL speed is 6.0 Mbps. T…"

Batmatt Beyond replied Apr 1, 2010 to Netflix Instant Play

13 Apr 16, 2010
Reply by Mark Stanislawski

"As I started reading Mike's recap, the Twin Peaks theme started playing on Sci-Fi Ra…"

Batmatt Beyond replied Mar 30, 2010 to The Owls are not what they seem....

16 Mar 31, 2010
Reply by Luke Blanchard

"I foresee a switch to cable internet service in my near future. Thanks for the input…"

Batmatt Beyond replied Mar 29, 2010 to Netflix Instant Play

13 Apr 16, 2010
Reply by Mark Stanislawski

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