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If you're a Marvel fan, Original Sin from is a really good story arc. Yeah I've got 7 boxes of floppies as well as some hanging on my wall. For me, reading a tpb just doesn't feel the same.

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That said.. Please take a look outside of the superhero genre now and then. It seems like you're starting there There are a lot of really good stories out there. As with regular novels, I'm grabbing all I can by one author or artist.

I find it's an advantage to follow someone well established but who is still productive, often a nice surprise when something new is released. Cake Day.

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Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. If you are attempting to get into comic books, start with volumes instead of individual issues. Volumes typically contain a semi-complete story arc. What are your thoughts?

Log in or Sign up log in sign up. Continue this thread. They're not collectible though ;. This is good advice! I started reading the Walking Dead which I really really like and then moved on to Invincible. I'm looking to start reading more stuff, the only problem is that I've notice that these comic books are really expensive. I've been buying digital comic books off of comixology. Reading comics definitely seems like something I could get really into but is there anyway to keep this an affordable hobby?

Unfortunately it can get expensive, but it really is enjoyable.


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How much do you read? Part of the problem for me is that I've been going through these books like they're popcorn.

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In general, can I save money if I don't care about having a physical copy of the comic? Check out Marvel Unlimited. And books are typically added 6 months after they are released. So it's not the newest stuff, but it gives you A LOT of stuff to read.

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If you don't care about digital, most libraries have good graphic novel collections nowadays, and you can't beat free! Check your local library for trades, you'll probably be able to find most of what you'd want, and if not i'm sure you could request it and get it sent to your library!

Check any used bookstores near you. A LOT of comics are published every every month, and they have been for decades.


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  5. I don't see a lot of difference between the comics published today and the ones I was reading 15 years ago. You have a ton of affordable options for amazing stories if you dig into back issues. I was stunned when I saw how cheap I could get series I liked in physical form by ordering online. Midnight Nation by J. Michael Straczynski for about a buck an issue! Just find writers, artists, imprints, or characters you like and go collecting!

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    As others have mentioned, Marvel Unlimited is a great value for digital. I'd also definitely recommend eBay for bulk lots. They are really cheap, and grade strictly. Sites like InStockTrades.