Comic book collections, big or small, can get out of hand and require some organising. I’ve recently organised my own collection and have made all the mistakes so you don’t have to. Through my experience I’ve imparted my wisdom so you can organise your collection effectively and efficiently.
All the tips to make reading comics less confusing and more fun!
I have put together a list of the 5 best websites for discovering webcomics. I’ve tried to make this list as diverse as possible, giving you access to a wide range of creators, themes, genres, perspectives and ideas. As a result, you should discover tens, or even hundreds, of webcomics for you to follow, binge and enjoy.
Whether you’ve been into then for years or only a short time, comics are always better when you share them with the people close to you. This has inspired me to create this easy guide in order to help you get your friends, family and even co-workers into the wonderful medium of comics in a few simple steps. Follow these steps and in no time at all you’ll be converting the non-believers and the uninitiated in droves and have a new hobby to share with those close to you.
Should I read comics in print or digitally? It’s a question that I’ve received many times throughout the life of How to Love Comics and one that there’s no clear cut answer to. Everyone has their preference and reason why print or digital is their chosen format. To help you decide what format you should chose I have listed the pros and cons of each. Will it be be print or digital? Read on to find out!
If you’ve checked out comic book blogs, news sites or podcasts you might’ve come across the term solicitations. But what are they? I’ll let you know what they’re all about, how they can be useful and go through the anatomy of one.
Sometimes the X-Men can be very confusing with the multiple titles, hundreds of characters and crossovers-a-plenty. Luckily there’s a podcast dedicated to explaining the ins and outs of Marvel’s mutants. I’d like to introduce you to Rachel & Miles X-Plain The X-Men – you’re podcast companion to all things X-Men.
Inspired by a recent visit to a zine fair, I let you know why zines are a great way to enjoy comics – especially for those who are not so much into mainstream comics. Read on to discover how.
Whether it’s your first convention or you’re fiftieth, here are 5 tips that will not only help your survive a convention but help increase your enjoyment.
I discuss the four distinct manga demographics – shonen, shojo, seinen and josei – pointing out the different characteristics in each. Additionally, I point readers in the direction of popular titles in each demographic.
In the fourth edition of You Comic Questions Answered I answer readers questions about Digital Trade Paperbacks and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 Library Editions, as well as give some comic book recommendations.
Comixology has made some changes to their apps that changes the way users make in-app purchases. Here is everything you need to know as well as a solution for the iOS changes that will streamline the user experience.
In the second edition of You Comic Book Questions Answered we answer questions about Marvel’s .NOW numbering, The Walking Dead and the etiquette of reading comic books at the comic book store.
If you have experienced comic store rudeness we have come up with a variety of ways in which you can combat the elitist gate-keeping, disinterest and general rudeness.
Comic Questions Answered where all your comic questions are answered! In this edition we talk about Batman, The Flash and keep up with series.
To trade wait or not to trade wait? That is the question. We have a look at the pros and cons of trade waiting so you can weigh if this practice is for you.