I just called to say BLAM!

It was only a matter of time before this day came. The Washington Post is reporting that uClick, a Kansas City based operation, is debuting comics exclusively on cell phones. The first to be released exclusively on cell phone will be a comic called Thunder Road by Sean Demory. uClick's GoComics service has amassed nearly 55,000 subscribers to their service, which charges Verizon users $4.49 a month and AT&T users $3.99 a month (one of the few reasons its actually better to have AT&T). Some of the current comics available include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Bone. The GoComics reader displays a panel at a time, showcasing larger typeface in the word balloons. You can easily traverse the mobile phone comic landscape with certain buttons on your phone. "I think that we're all still in the experimental stage," Stu Levy (CEO of TokyoPop) said. "But I think with video and with technology that will allow the experience on the cell phone to become more engaging and more involved, we'll be able to touch more customers in a number of areas." Comics on the celly