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Shiao: This was deeply emotional for me to return to the source material and reverently geek out on the masterpiece that my father wrote, which embodied so much of the wuxia genre. What really jumped out at me from the story was that, at its heart, Assassin G is a total love story. It is deeply emotional with a heartbeat that feels ever fresh and poignant. That is something we hope to capture in our comics as this is something that I would like to see more of in all of our stories; the romance, the love.




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Shiao: What I find really compelling about the wuxia genre overall is the deep examination of the heroic archetype and the transformation that is entailed in taking someone from "zero" to hero. That part never gets old for me -- and I am excited about bringing that kind of empowerment and inspiration to readers. We all want and need more of that in our daily lives.


A mentally unhinged manga artist witnesses the beginning of a zombie outbreak in Tokyo, and he's certain of only two things: he's destined to be the city's hero, and he possesses something quite rare in Japan-an actual firearm! The Shogakukan Manga Award winner comes to Dark Horse! Contains I Am a Hero Japanese volumes 1 and 2.


I try my best to provide all New Comics released every week on high-speed file-hosts like ZIPPYSHARE, MEGA, MEDIAFIRE etc. It is not a profit-making work that I do, rather it is to provide all the new comics available at the easiest for all comic lovers. Only because of donations, it has been possible to pay the bills of Servers, RDP and others. Please consider making a Donation. Any amount would be highly appreciated. Visit the link and follow the steps to donate.


Sabra is the alter ego of the Israeli superheroine Ruth Bat-Seraph (Hebrew: רות בת-שרף). She belongs to the subspecies of humans called mutants, who are born with superhuman abilitie, and serves as an agent to the Israeli secret service known as the Mossad.[3][4]


During the Civil War within the US superhero community over the Superhuman Registration Act, Sabra joins Bishop's government-sanctioned team that polices unruly mutants.[33][34] Mossad assigns her to the force in exchange for intelligence and technology so Israel can enact its own registration program.[35] Sabra is identified as pro-registration in the superhuman Civil War as one of the 142 registered superheroes under the Initiative.[36][37]


During the Ends of the Earth storyline, Sabra is one of the heroes that respond to Spider-Man's call for help against Doctor Octopus' satellite factories. She is shown fighting through Octobots at a seemingly abandoned factory until being shot by Crossbones with a sniper rifle.[39]


The downside of Apple, of course, is that the typically excellent iPad features some prohibitive pricing. A newest gen iPad Air will give you consistent comics bliss, though. In tablets, as in life, you get what you pay for.


This is true outside of MU as well. Android and iOS are well supported by the major digital comics players, meaning you can have a similar experience with Marvel Unlimited, Comixology, Hoopla, DC Universe Infinite and comic book reader apps across either operating system.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is the perfect size and display to read comics and manga. I can easily read and collect mangas on the Manga Rock App. And on the same time read great american and european comics like The Worlds of Aldebaran.


If you like Comic Book Herald, and are able to donate, any small contribution will help keep CBH alive and full of new comics guides and content. Donate here! Or, support CBH on Patreon for exclusive rewards! Thank you for reading!


Hi! I would like to outsource some advice. I really really want the Ipas Pro 12.9 because of the sweet large screen for comics but with the price tag I am finding it very hard to justify it for myself. I know ipads in general have good screens. I like to read in whole page mode as opposed to panel by panel. Would I do just as well with one of the more moderately priced ipads even with a smaller screen or is the pro as worth it as it looks?


Thank you so much for the reply! What is your preferred app for reading comics on the iPad Pro 12.9 outside of Marvel Unlimited? (assuming you download issues from elsewhere and read them with a cbr reader?)


Any suggestions for someone that wants to get a tablet to mostly/exclusively read comics, has over 8GB of comics (in CBR/CBZ format) already on their PC and would like to just transfer them and a reader program (currently use ComicRack) to the tablet? Also need to do it for fairly cheap since its really just for comics. Thanks ?


New to comics here, only been reading them for a couple of months when Facebook popped up a 1 cent deal for Marvel Unlimited. I use a Surface 3 (not pro) and read Marvel Unlimited all the time on it (My wife is so thrilled).


This slow move of features was always leading towards a convergence of both apps, and it would seem there's a ton of fallout now that comic fans have had a chance to test the ComiXology 4.0 update, slowly rolling out right now. It's a complete rewrite of the app, replacing ComiXology with something that functions more like the Kindle app. Sadly the Kindle app still isn't all that great for reading comics, and so tons of features that existed in the previous ComiXology app are now gone, angering digital collectors across the board.


It is now much more difficult to find comics and cruise for new books, especially if you collect individual issues. Amazon's search is nowhere as good as what ComiXology offers, making it difficult to find individual books in a certain series. The sales section is also smaller (in the US), and unavailable in other countries, something that was a big part of the previous app and website. Oh, and since the new ComiXology is basically the Kindle app, there is no cart when shopping, which means you can't use Marvel's coupon codes for multiple items anymore, another mainstay of digital comic book sales that's out the window for ComiXology users (the Marvel app still works with the coupon codes, but who knows for how long as it's based on the old ComiXology codebase).


Beyond Amazon ruining discovery and sales, there's the library issue. If you'd like to view your ComiXology purchases on the Kindle app, you need to toggle the feature. If you do, and you happen to own many comic books you've collected over the years, have fun sorting through the mess that is now your library. Want to jump onto your e-ink Kindle? Yep, all those comics will be there clogging up your e-book library, creating a navigation nightmare. What's worse is that if you own the same comics on Amazon and ComiXology, you may wind up with the Amazon version, and that version may be lower res or formatted differently, which means the very books you've purchased may see a downgrade in quality with no recourse in sight.


Oh, and if you own a large library, you get to download all of your books again. No way around it. Any comics you've archived in the past will all have to be re-archived. Your wishlist is possibly gone (but maybe coming back). Sorting options are all but useless. You're going to have to put your comics into Collections if you wish to keep your Kindle library tidy since some series list books in your library individually. If you're a single-issue collector, this gets unwieldy fast.


Comics are a lot of fun, but in the modern age, you're more likely to be reading them on your computer screen rather than on paper. If you're a comics fan using Windows 10, you may not know what options are out there for a decent, dedicated comic reader.


On the plus side, if you do decide to shell out for the full version of the reader, the app will also synchronize your collection over the cloud. So if you happen to run Windows 10 on both your tablet and PC, you'll have access to your comics on both platforms.


While nowhere near as good-looking as Cover, CDisplay Ex is an amazing free option for folks who like to read slightly older comics. CDisplay Ex bills itself as the world's most popular comics reader, and it's easy to see why.


The program allows you to read comics in almost any format you might expect to find a comic saved in. Image files, PDF documents, and of course classic CBR or CBZ files will all work with this reader.


There's also the extra-special feature of automatic color correction in case you're reading some old comic scans that haven't aged so well. This color correction feature is not only impressive but genuinely useful since harder comics with color issues can be a pain to read.


The only thing that knocks CDisplay Ex down a peg or two as a comic reader is that it completely lacks any sort of library function. If you want to organize your comics outside of your standard filesystem, CDisplay Ex leaves you high-and-dry.


There's also no slick-looking library and no automatic sorting of books into their own series folders. You do have a library, but it easily becomes overwhelmed if you happen to have a lot of comics in your collection.


You can edit each comics' meta info while you're reading it, so it's possible to micromanage your entire collection. There's also a magnifier in case you want to see the details of the artwork up close.


You can still make a library and read comics in many different formats, but the app feels unintuitive to use. The library isn't integrated into the app, but it opens in a separate window, and although you can read image files, you can't add them to your library for some reason.


If you only have a few comics, then MComix will fulfill your needs perfectly, as opening individual files and reading them is a pretty simple experience. It's even pretty easy to read an entire series, as when you open a single file, it automatically loads the next file in the folder when you're done reading.


The final entry on our list is MangaMeeya, a freeware application that is designed for reading Japanese comics known as manga. Despite being designed for a right-to-left reading system, MangaMeeya is perfect for reading comics.


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