(02-15-2016, 04:46 AM)Nocturne Wrote:
(02-15-2016, 04:42 AM)Revantu Wrote: I lend manga from a public library. It has an extremely extensive collection, and I can put stuff on hold via the internet. So yeah. c: I've read manga online, too, but the reading experience with the actual volume in your hands is much more enjoyable, I think.
As a person who personally own several volumes of manga, I will have to disagree with you. Reading high quality scans just looks far better than print to me. (That and I don't like the texture of paper.)
i disagree completely, reading paper manga gives the original feeling its just better, the same reason sometimes watching movies in theatres can be so much better then watching them at home in your room on the computer. I find actual volumes I buy to be better, in the idea similar to playing the original n64 games instead of emulators you know? it just feels different on a explainable level.
Even though as I say that I don't exclusively only buy physical copies, I do have MangaStorm which is a really good tablet app for reading manga just like real manga how ever on a tablet, through websites kike mangafox and mangehere. I hundred percent recommend that app, i bought it and I like it a lot.