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Read your favorite comic books and discover news ones right on your Apple TV.

Easy Comic Reader | For Cloud

Easy Comic Reader | For Cloud

Muhammad Siddiqui

EasyComic is a smart comic reader and a complete comic manager. With its super intuitive interface, comic reading is great fun. The interface is smartly designed to make the most of the display state for greater reading experience on TV.

With complete support of cloud services (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive) and WiFi sharing on a local network, you can access your saved comics with a single button click.

Great Features includes

- Support for all popular comic formats like CBZ, CBR, CB7, CBT, Zip, Rar.
- Single button download of your comics from your OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, WiFi Sharing (Home Network)
- Preview pane for quick page selection.
- Designed for the best experience on Apple TV.
- Feature rich yet easy to use.
- Quick search from all cloud services.
- Comics are beautifully arranged and elegantly presented.
- Fast viewing of comics through efficient caching.
- Zoom up to 2x, Multiple view modes, double tap to zoom
- Right to left and left to right reading order.
- Interactive Gestures for forward and reverse and almost all navigation needs.
- HD quality support.
- Efficient caching for best performance without going out of memory.
- Auto split two-page

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CLASSIC Captain America 1944
CLASSIC Captain America 1944

CLASSIC Captain America 1944

allan cook

Enjoy the classic 1944 Captain America TV series.

Captain America is a 1944 Republic black-and-white serial film loosely based on the Timely Comics (today known as Marvel Comics) character Captain America. It was the last Republic serial made about a superhero. It also has the distinction of being the most expensive serial that Republic ever made. It also stands as the first theatrical release connected to a Marvel character; the next theatrical release featuring a Marvel hero would not occur for more than 40 years.

The serial sees Captain America, really District Attorney Grant Gardner, trying to thwart the plans of The Scarab, really museum curator Dr. Cyrus Maldor - especially regarding his attempts to acquire the "Dynamic Vibrator" and "Electronic Firebolt", devices that could be used as super-weapons.

In a rare plot element for Republic, the secret identity of the villain is known to the audience from the beginning, if not to the characters in the serial. The studio's usual approach was the use of a mystery villain who was only unmasked as one of the other supporting characters in the final chapter.

Includes the following 10 episodes:

The Purple Death (25:40)
Mechanical Executioner (15:38)
The Scarlet Shroud (15:33)
Preview of Murder (15:33)
Blade of Wrath (15:33)
Vault of Vengeance (15:33)
Wholesale Destruction (15:34)
Cremation in the Clouds (15:33)
Triple Tragedy (15:33)
The Avenging Corpse (15:33)

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