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Old 09-27-2012, 08:44 PM   #25
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First I will say the obvious. I am not an expert on Manga, but it appears on the surface to just be a comic book styled form, very detailed elegant drawings.

I can see that color would be important but now that we have (besides generic tablets) color eReaders, that should be no problem.
I can see how sometimes there would be the need to put a lot of information/picture detail on a single page, but we have more and more pixels to work with and even larger screens, so that should help.

Anyway, my questions are:

Do we sell the American form comics for and on Kindles?
If not do we expect to sell them like we seem to expect to sell Manga which is the thought I see in this discussion.
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