How do you read manga? e-reader, monitor, buyfag, etc.
I can read moon pretty well so I just buy like 10k worth of manga from Amazon.jp
I used to use a monitor, and then an e-reader, but fucking nothing compares to a physical book. I read 7 volumes of Wan Piss in a day once I had the physical books, before that I'd struggle to make it through a whole volume reading on a computer or ereader
Manga Rock is the one I've been slowly getting myself accustomed to since Mango's gone to shit and every other app I've found is completely worthless.
I'm looking for one that let's me make customized bookmarks so I can organize my comics but seems like no other developers have thought of that.
But I can't read moon, nor can my tablet accept SD cards.
I have about 200 usd. What tablet do you guys recommend?
Nexus 7, it's got a really nice shape and size where I can wrap my whole hand around it if I really want
It's glitchy as hell on my tablet, sometimes when swiping to a new chapter it'll jump 10-40 chapters ahead (depending on how many are available) and mark the ones in between as read. Really sucks when you're marathoning a long series. Not to mention page load failures, not having things that a clearly on the website version, etc.
I stopped reading manga last year or so when manga traders went off line.
When do you guys get your manga from now?
You could do the /a/ approved thing and go to each scanlator's site to download the files directly and read them but without any centralized system you never know who's working on what and if they're dropping something or delayed or whatever (which tends to happen, scanlators love to drove series for arbitrary if understandable reasons). So just going to one of those sites is easiest instead and batoto is probably the least evil except for the no ecchi part.
I'm trying to learn moon as a result of all this, if not to translate but just to read things I know will take forever to be translated by someone else.
That's great, anon. I would buy too except I want to keep up with latest releases asap, and when I've already seen/read a series there's not really a point in buying it anymore. Besides, it's a pain (and sometimes impossible) to track down the more elusive titles. But good for you, really.
Or you could register and use mangaupdates, in process excluding from update list shit you don't need - like yaoi.
Why the fuck are you niggers using apps that read from shit like mangafox?
Just download perfect viewer and put the zip files on your tablet.
But yaoi has the greatest romance!
>boy is in love with his father who is a famous actor and has a sexual relationship with him
>later finds adoption papers
>thinks his life is a lie
>rumors that his dad may get married to a celebrity woman
>turns out the woman is in fact his biological mother, his dad is her brother hence his uncle, so they are still family and everything is fine again and the gay incest can go on as normal.
tell me where else than yaoi can you find such great storytelling?
I'd reckon Kobo Aura HD if you really want an e-ink. Don't mind the shit quality. This is my Kobo Aura h2o without backlights on. I wish they had the HD around my area. Sigh.
Why would you buy something you can have for free? Are you a retard? Just fucking read manga online.
Nexus 7 is objectively the best computer tablet to read manga on. It's a great price for the product and the technical specs on it beat some tablets more expensive then it.
If you want to get more technical with it because you really care about detail and want that "realistic manga experience," then >>122518445 is the way to go.
if you wanna stream, just use the browser, and try kissmanga or mangapark or some other page that let's you see all the pages at once,
if you just download it, use perfect viewer
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