Ep. 1225: Where the first issue is a gateway drug Video
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The new movie Iron Man may be based on the 1960s comic strip, but its special effects are anything but vintage. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi talks with the visual and animation supervisors at Industrial Light & Magic about pushing the limits of computer-generated images to create those "Marvel moments."
Grooveshark is in trouble, Marvel puts a new spin on digital comics, and Next Issue is a new way to get your magazine fix on your tablet.
We hear some pretty bad scare stories about Facebook in this episode. Yes, we know, how could they top the ones you've already heard? trust us they do. or maybe one of our emailers was drunk. You decide. We also finally have a decision (maybe) on the great Natali Project Natal bet. You can't miss this episode!
Check out the Apple iPad's Marvel comic book app in action.
Marvel's Hall of Armor for Iron Man 3 sets the stage at Comic-Con's Preview Night.
Zombies and the 404 invade San Diego's Petco Park during Comic-Con 2012. Who gets infected?
This week, the Crave crew and Admiral Sackbar recount the myriad geeky DIY gadgets and projects recently featured on the Crave blog. Also, Donald pitches his idea for a new Ewok TV special, Marvel comics take on a new dimension, and two upcoming movies, "The Lone Ranger" and "Battleship," receive a healthy Geek News debate.
Marvel and Aurasma team up to give you a clever way to integrate DVD extra-style augmented reality features with print superhero comics.