Digital comic books offer fans of the graphic novels numerous advantages over the print versions. While comic book collectors will always want to get their hands on the collectible print versions, many individuals like to read comics without collecting them. Since digital versions are much cheaper than the print versions, fans can afford to buy more of them.
Digital comics go where you go. You can access your favorite comics from your Android device or from your iPhone. You don’t have to worry about a place to store comic books when you buy comics from an app store. You can store as many digital comic books as you desire and access them whenever you like.
Your favorite digital comics are published much quicker than print versions and you won’ t have to wait long to get your hands on the next one in the series. If you find a complete series that you like, you can download the entire graphic novel series immediately.
Reading material and music used to take up a lot of room in luggage and overnight bags when traveling. However, with the latest technology, you can have your favorite music and your favorite reading material with you at all times, without taking up any space. Whether you read the classic Archie Comics or you prefer the newer comics, such as Dan in Space, you can download your favorites through the Android Market for Android phones or through the iTunes Store for the iPhone.
Buying digital comics offers you the convenience of browsing an entire comic book catalog without having to go anywhere. In addition, you won’t have to worry about whether your neighborhood store carries your favorite graphic novel, as the app store is always open and carries all of your favorites.
Whether you are a fan of Marvel Comics, Archie Comics, or the digital comics produced by Squirrel Master Studios, your favorite series is as close as your mobile device. You don’t have to purchase a comic book subscription or sign up for anything; buy one comic book or several.
Digital comic books have become so popular that the largest comic book distributor in America, Diamond Comic Distributors, is now selling digital comics in their brick-and-mortar stores. This gives customers the opportunity to get both a print version and a digital version of the same comic book. Not only does this offer customers an advantage, but retailers love the idea because they don’t have to stock additional comics, yet they profit each time one is sold.
Comic book artists and developers benefit from the digital comic book market simply because it is much cheaper to produce a graphic novel in digital format than it is to publish a comic book in print format. For example, Squirrel Master Studios’ Dan in Space, is only available to the digital comic book marketplace. However, this market has opened a world of possibilities for independent developers and comic book fans can reap the rewards.