Reading and archiving comics in a digital format

HOLY COMIC CACHE, BATMAN!

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The renaissance of comics, with their hand-rendered heroes, is thrilling millions at movie theaters and in print. The Comix reader gives you a convenient way to follow your favorite stories on your PC.

When Superman first saw the light of day in 1938, nobody could really guess how powerful electronic computing machines would become. Comics were printed on cheap paper or appeared as strips in the daily newspapers. In today’s information society, where hard disks have reached terabyte proportions, a number of tools let you view comics in a web browser. One of the most sophisticated readers is the Comix tool.

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