I've always enjoyed the various Comic Book Universes but very rarely ever actually read comic books. I probably only owned a handful of individual comics in my life. Something about the serialized nature and needing to get the latest issue every week always led me to be concerned about getting behind.
I've always been much more of a novel reader and my brain is wired with various speed reading and comprehension techniques. My mind is aware of the process of reading a novel.
So now that many different old and new comics from Marvel to Star Wars are being offered on tablets like my Kindle Fire, I've been interesting if giving the art form a new shot. There are some older Star Wars comics like Dark Empire that I have always been aware of but never actually read and more and more of the classic Marvel compilations are now available.
My problem is that when I get some of the free samples on the Kindle I have a hard time figuring out how I am actually suppose to read them. Do I read the dialogue/text bubbles first and then look at the background art? Do I start from left to right or top to bottom? Or should I look at the background of a particular panel and then read the text?Anyone have any suggestions for a really silly problem?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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