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I wanted to get into buying manga on ebook format, which format is best to buy? (ibook, kindle, or nook)
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I found one article that recommends nook but it's kind of old http://www.the-digital-reader.com/2012/07/20/a-brief-comparison-of-kindle-nook-and-ibooks-for-graphic-novels/#.UtSLnuJ0lEM
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>>100199006
And then you find that everyone rage about Nook customer service if something goes wrong
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I can understand wanting to own a physical volume of a manga,
buying an ebook seems redundant.
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iPaf is pretty good

But the ebook copies are the same price as the physical copies. So why not buy a hard copy?
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>>100200922
paper makes me angry
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I wanted to support some of my favorite long running series without having 50+ volumes of books from a single series cluttering my apartment
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Why don't you just download it like you normally would then read it through the e-reader? why would you BUY an E-book. Physical copies I can see but digital, why?
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>>100201170
see
>>100201085
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>>100201085
>buying translated manga
>support
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>>100201950
What are you implying? The ebooks are officially licensed



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