5 of the Best Free Linux Comic Book Viewers
A comic book is a magazine which consists
of narrative artwork in the form of sequential images with
text that represent individual scenes. Comics are used to tell a story,
and are published
in a number of different formats including comic strips, comic books,
webcomics, Manga, and graphic novels. Some comics have been published
in a tabloid form.
Many users associate desktop Linux with their daily repetitive
grind. However, we are always on the look out for applications
that help make Linux fun to use. It really is a great platform for
Evince is a document viewer for a variety of different
formats. Although it is not a dedicated comic book viewer, it has
optional support for the common comic book archive files, and is worthy
of a mention here.
To provide an insight into the quality of software that is
available, we have compiled a list of 5 proficient dedicated comic book
viewers. Hopefully, there will be something of interest here for
younger readers or older readers who want to recapture your misspent
Now, let's explore the 5 comic book viewers at hand.
For each title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description
with an in-depth analysis of its features, screenshots, together with
links to relevant resources and reviews.
|Comic Book Viewers
||Superb viewer which is extremely user-friendly
at convenience and simplicity
||Uses high-quality image scaling algorithms
based viewer for comic books stored in CBZ, CBR and PDF files
||Simple comic book pager
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