Are Digital Comics [Mobile Comics] Right for You?

The debate over paper and digital comics has mostly died down over time. People either do or don’t but they don’t really talk about it.

Digital vs. Paper is still a touchy subject for some. Hell it’s still a matter or versus rather than options. Dark Horse and Dark Horse Digital are still selling and producing and profiting from the same Baltimore or Conan comics regardless of how you buy them.

I don’t know about you but it’s not super easy for me to get to a comic shop when I want to. And, often, when I do get to my local shop, they don’t always have what I want.

Yes, I could subscribe but I’m not willing to make a financial commitment to multiple comics (most shops require you subscribe to three or more comics to hold a queue at the shop) until I can make a commitment to actually getting the comics.

There are a number of considerations and arguments that I weighed when deciding whether or not to join the Digital Comics/Mobile Comics Movement or hold strong with paper comics.

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Comic Book Storage Made Simple

Comic books storage has basic guidelines that will help keep your precious collection in its best condition but it doesn’t always cover aesthetics. Stacks of books and boxes on the floor or taking over closets is neither ideal nor accessible. It can seem overwhelming to conquer an out of control comic book collection, but it’s easy if you take it one step at a time. 1. Start with basic comic book storage and care. Boards, bags, and boxes.  If you plan to keep you single issue comics, you need bags, boards, and boxes. I also use double-stick tape to close

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