've taken a look at several samples of comic books from the iBooks store and I've compared those to books I have in comixology and the HD comics from comixology are head and shoulders above the quality of iBooks. Why can't Apple match the quality of comixology? There seems to be a large degree of inconsistency of what's on iBooks. You can easily see this in the manga of volumes 1 and 2 of the Neon Gensis Evangelion 3 in 1 editions. Volume 1 is blurry because of the low resolution. Now take a look at volume 2 and text is sharp. So I compared this to the same editions on comixology and volume 2 from both store fronts look relatively equal in quality. I'd give the edge to comixology but the difference is negligible. Now on comixogy the quality of both volumes are the same but on iBooks the quality varies wildly. So obviously we can have quality equal to comixology so why aren't we getting it more consistently? Are there no passionate comic book readers working with iBooks? Is this a case of Apple dropping the ball? Or do they just accept whatever the publishers submit? Comixology has a quality control team so maybe Apple needs to implement this? I just don't see how publishers could be happy putting out a subpar product the way they are right now. I'd like to keep my purchases under the Apple ecosystem to have everything in one place but the quality between most of what I see on iBooks leaves too much to be desired. Apple needs to do something if they have any interest in capturing the comic book market.