05-07-2010 04:22 PM - edited 05-07-2010 04:22 PM
My daughter purchased one of the mangas available at the 'other' store so I sideloaded it onto my nook and she has it on her Sony.
I know I was curious as to how this was going to work out and it's not bad. I've got pictures from both readers below along with zooms (I show two zoom levels, you can see the bar on the left hand side) from the Sony. All photos are of the same page in the book. Please excuse the quality of the photographs as my hands are really shaky today.
05-07-2010 04:43 PM
Awesome, Frog, thanks!
It looks pretty good without the zoom on the nook, but I'm used to reading small type and don't have any trouble doing so. The zoom function would make it so much easier for so many people, though!
05-07-2010 05:39 PM
If I could get the latest "Shonen Jump" manga translated to english and sent to my nook as soon as its released(thursday nights) then I would do that in a heart beat!
07-19-2010 10:57 PM
Then use Calibre to shove it onto your Nook after zipping em' up. Really easy actually!
04-20-2011 11:41 PM
B&N doesn't have a specific category yet for Graphic Novels/Manga/Comics, but a whole lot of major and smaller publishers are being added everyday.
Reading Manga/comics on mobile tablet devices like the NOok and iPad is just the way to go. Extremely advantageous for both readers and publishers.
Independent Publishers like me have sold more copies of our works through the Nook / Kindle markets than we did through paperbacks.