Killing the Page: Comics’ Digital Conundrum < PopMatters

A good read from Shaun Huston – worth checking out the whole article!

I was an early, but not enthusiastic, adopter of digital comics. The few issues I downloaded to my home computer have gone largely unread, even though I still have them tucked away in a “Comics” folder. I have a number of comics apps on my iPhone, but not that many comics.

For the past nine years I lived in a town where the nearest comics shops were at least 25 miles away, making me, in that regard at least, an ideal target for digital comics. However, I chose mail order and the occasional trip to a shop in a nearby city or town over electronic books. Partly this was due to the availability of titles I wanted, but more than that was the reading experiences offered by the platforms I had available to me. This past year both of these factors shifted significantly.

Read the rest at: Killing the Page: Comics’ Digital Conundrum < PopMatters.

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