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Posted 1/9/12
Yes - a quick and convenient way to get my fix.
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Posted 1/10/12
I would never do that! I like to actually look and touch the pages. It just wouldn't be the same.
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Posted 1/11/12
No no no, the point of reading manga is to also collect it for me.
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Posted 1/12/12
No! It wouldn't feel the same >_<
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Posted 2/5/12
I think it would be nice. I would most likely buy a new e-reader, since my old one mysteriously broke...

My feeling about e-readers are conflicting. They are very convenient, but there is a certain novelty of having the actual book in your hands.
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Posted 2/5/12
i would i mean i still like to have the actual book in my hands but after awhile its hard to find a space to put it all
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Posted 2/6/12 , edited 2/6/12
I actually have made it possible to read manga on my Kindle 3 (you turn each individual page into a jpeg photo and store them in one folder). Its useful because you can have all of your volumes at once, but because of the small screen, its almost too much of an effort, you keep having to scroll left, down, right, left...new page, and repeat. But I guess its okay. The gradient sometimes makes seeing colored manga pages difficult, too.o:
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Posted 2/7/12 , edited 2/7/12

GiReneShi wrote:

I actually have made it possible to read manga on my Kindle 3 (you turn each individual page into a jpeg photo and store them in one folder). Its useful because you can have all of your volumes at once, but because of the small screen, its almost too much of an effort, you keep having to scroll left, down, right, left...new page, and repeat. But I guess its okay. The gradient sometimes makes seeing colored manga pages difficult, too.o:


Use a program called mangle, it properly formats manga for kindle devices(all kindle devices) so you dont have to do all that stuff you metioned above. Its super easy to use and free, I use it for formatting manga on my kindle 4 and it comes out amazing i never have to scroll down the page or anything.
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Posted 2/7/12 , edited 2/7/12

toonpenguin wrote:


GiReneShi wrote:

I actually have made it possible to read manga on my Kindle 3 (you turn each individual page into a jpeg photo and store them in one folder). Its useful because you can have all of your volumes at once, but because of the small screen, its almost too much of an effort, you keep having to scroll left, down, right, left...new page, and repeat. But I guess its okay. The gradient sometimes makes seeing colored manga pages difficult, too.o:


Use a program called mangle, it properly formats manga for kindle devices(all kindle devices) so you dont have to do all that stuff you metioned above. Its super easy to use and free, I use it for formatting manga on my kindle 4 and it comes out amazing i never have to scroll down the page or anything.


Man, that makes my life easier.xD I'm relatively new to the e-readers, so trials and tips must be used to get the full potential out of something...o:Thanks-
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Posted 2/8/12
Nope. I have gotten a few on my Nook Color and I didn't like how I couldn't enlarge the words(yeah my eyes aren't that great).
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Posted 2/9/12
ehhh.. i'd rather use an ebook app on a tablet. not that i own an ereader OR a tablet yet. but anyways, from what i can tell, tablets have about double the screen area. less scrolling and tiny text.
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Posted 2/9/12
No, I wouldn't. I prefer having the physical book.
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Posted 2/9/12
i do my homework using electronics, and many other things AND no i want to read my boooooks/manga electronically oh hell no.
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Posted 2/10/12
Yes
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