Every comic book collector knows it’s a hobby that requires a lot of space. You can start by grabbing a few issues from your local comic store, but a few months or years go by and suddenly you have boxes full of manga slowly piling up until the attic Your warehouse looks like the warehouse from the end of Raiders of The Lost Ark.

In the age of the computer, however, you can avoid clutter, as long as you don’t mind abandoning real copies of your comics. There are many comic book readers out there that allow you to read digital comics on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Here are some of the best.

Madefire (Android / iOS)

Madefire’s extensive portfolio of printed comics and motion books offers something for every taste, with a wide selection of late release, horror comics, children’s comics, and a host of daily free releases increase. That’s in addition to your favorite superheroes like Batman, Superman, Hellboy, Star Trek, My Little Pony and Transformers. Craft experiences from top publishers like DC Comics, IDW, Dark Horse, Oni Press, Liquid, Valiant and Top Cow, with releases updated weekly. The Print Books store has popular comics available as an in-app purchase. Madefire also features a 360-degree panoramic view, music, sound effects, and movement that bring you into a story scene where you control the pace of the story. A picture containing timeline, calendar

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Marvel Unlimited (Android / iOS)

If you like Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America, Captain Marvel, The Avengers, Thor, Hulk, X-Men, Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars, Doctor Strange, Deadpool, Thanos, Mysterio, Ant- Man, The Wasp , Black Panther, Wolverine, Hawkeye, Jessica Jones, the Defenders, Luke Cage, Venom, and more, you have a Marvel Unlimited subscription to stay up to date. Subscribers get instant access to approximately 27,000 80-year digital comics spanning the Marvel Unlimited app or your web browser. You also get a curated comic reading list, suggestions, new selections added weekly, and the ability to sync across devices. A seven-day free trial is available, after which you have to pay $ 10 for a monthly subscription.

Comic by ComiXology (Android / iOS)

ComiXology, now a subsidiary of Amazon, is one of the largest platforms for digital comics, and its Comics app is stellar. Once you create your account – free apps and sign-ups – you’ll have access to the vast comic market, with offerings from DC, Marvel, and more. (there are also plenty of free comics). The app’s user interface is smooth and clean, and you can read through pages as you normally would, or flick from panel to panel in a guided view.


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