In honor of this weekend’s Dragon*Con, I figured I’d let my nerd flag fly a little.
So, I was a late adopter to the iPad/E-reader thing. Perhaps it is the English major in me, but there is something about the feel of an actual book in my hand that I’ll always love. But now I’ve crossed over and do most of my reading on a screen instead paper.
And like all of those housewives out there who think that people don’t know they are reading one of the “Fifty Shades” books on that little device (I’m looking at you, lady sitting in seat 23F on the flight back to Atlanta), I’ve picked up my own little guilty E-reading pleasure: Comic books.
I was a comic book kid. And even as an adult, my bookshelf at home occasionally gets a new hard copy graphic novel or two added to it. But once I realized that I could easily download and read graphic novels and enjoy them in public while looking like I’m responding to an email, I went on a downloading bonanza. And that was how I