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Interview: Jeremiah Greco and the Comin Revolution



If you are a comics creator, whether superhero or mini-comic or whatever, Comin will blow your mind. Create new work or take existing work and turn it into interactive comics. And, for comics readers, this is an exciting new place for comics.

In my interview with Jeremiah Greco, the founder of Comin, we get to talk at length about what comin is all about and what it means to you: very cool comics.

Jeremiah Greco describes how Comin has evolved:”It began as me building apps for indiviual stories. Then I developed it into an app to load any story into and that got people excited. It went on to become a whole platform, a framework for anyone to use. I wanted to make this a new standard for storytelling. That’s how Comin came about, an open standard that anyone can build software for. We have a prototype and another on the way. It’s just a matter of getting it to the finish line.”


Check out the Kickstarter campaign, now thru May 17, here.

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Comics to the Rescue: Garfield and the Shuttersong app


Comics! We love them and they can brighten our day. Consider this new app that brings to life Garfield in a whole new way. Think of it as the next fun way to photo message. With the free Shuttersong app, you can add music or voice to any image. Get it at the iTunes store here. Imagine what you could do with a distinctively orange and lazy cat.

Before Grumpy Cat was hip, there was Garfield – the quick-witted orange cartoon strip cat who loves lasagna, coffee, and his remote control. While he first burst onto the scene in 1978, today, Garfield carries some major social clout – nearly 10 million fans on Facebook and 43,000 Twitter followers. Garfield’s millions of fans love to view and share images of the comical kitty and, starting today, they can kick it up a notch. Using the Shuttersong free app, you can purchase exclusive packs of licensed Garfield images, add voice or a song clip into the image, and then share on your social networks.

Details follow from our friends at Shuttersong and Bare Tree Media:

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