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July 10, 2014: New Superman Book App Reimagines Storytelling ExperiencePrint

'Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet' Interactive Storybook App LivoBooks Collaborates with Warner Bros; Consumer Products to Bring Kids the Interactive Storybook Adventure Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet

Book app producer LivoBooks has paired up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, to offer kids and Superman enthusiasts a new type of storybook experience. Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet is a first-of-its-kind, interactive book app that combines a timeless story with beautiful animation, sound effects, and engaging activities.

In this adventure, villain Manga Khan is traveling the universe stealing famous artifacts. With the help of LivoBooks' proprietary technology, app users have the opportunity to get in on the action and join Superman and Bizarro in their quest against Manga Khan. Some of the features of this book app include:

  • 32 pages of an immersive motion storytelling
  • Innovative camera effects that guide the reader through the story
  • Story and artwork developed by Warner Bros. Consumer Products
  • Drag and play interactive elements that allow the user to participate in the story
  • Narrated text with word highlighting
  • Ability to take photos with Superman and save them on your device

"I'm so excited with the final result!" says Pedro Israel, CEO of LivoBooks. "The app provides a fantastic experience. It challenges the status quo and shows that there is a new world of possibilities for print content."

'Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet' Interactive Storybook App
'Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet' Interactive Storybook App
'Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet' Interactive Storybook App
'Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet' Interactive Storybook App

Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet is available as a free download for iOS and Android devices in the United States and Canada. The free version includes the first part of the story as well as a fun photo page with stickers. The full app, which unlocks the rest of the story and more exciting features, can be purchased for US$3.99.

Download the "Superman and Bizarro Save the Planet" Interactive Storybook from the Apple App Store or Google Play.


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#1 | liheibao on July 10, 2014 8:54pm EST
Good ideas here, and good execution. Some the options we should be getting in the digital comics, for which DC could easily charge more, as it would offer a greater interactive experience. Best of all, kid friendly. There are a bunch of lads in summer camp that will eat this up tomorrow.
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#2 | supertorresmo on July 10, 2014 10:03pm EST
Doesn't work outside the USA. :/
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#3 | SuperMark118 on July 11, 2014 10:06am EST
Cool! This'll be fun to read to my 3 year old son!
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#4 | luthor1940 on July 11, 2014 1:55pm EST
Happy to see they are using the Classic look of the characters. We need to see more of this.
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#5 | lemarjones on July 13, 2014 8:52pm EST
Loving this. My nephew is eating it up! And he likes the yellow shield on the cape. "This is the REAL Superman! was the first thing to come out of his mouth.
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#6 | Kal-Elvis on July 19, 2014 4:56am EST
One complaint... they can't find a woman to voice the female characters?

Other than that, this looks really cool!

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