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Whether you collect print comics or not,  do you prefer to read physical or digital comics?

Whether you collect print comics or not, do you prefer to read physical or digital comics?

Physical

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Digital

2

Physical

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Conner Nielsen
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Conner Nielsen

I find changing the screen to view panels/pages a continually frustrating experience. With a physical book, it’s so easy to simply pick up, hold to your desire, and read.

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Bluedragonfive
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Bluedragonfive

Nothing beats having the book in your hands.

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whoaly
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whoaly

Since I collect Omnibus, I'm obligated to say physical. Definitely much more of a process though.

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Digital

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Friendly Yoyo
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Friendly Yoyo

Digital is cheaper, and I don't really reread most of my comics. One and dones are the norm.

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Justin Hayes
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Justin Hayes

It’s just what I’m used to. I buy almost everything digitally because it is so, so much cheaper, and thus I’ve always been accustomed to digital on my tablet. Plus it’s nice to be able to read it with one hand on occasion on a phone with guided view on to zoom with.

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Which of these MMPR villains should have been the big bad of a whole season?

Which of these MMPR villains should have been the big bad of a whole season?

Goldar

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Master Vile

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Goldar

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Which of these soundtracks would you most likely listen to on its own?

Which of these soundtracks would you most likely listen to on its own?

Batman 1989 by Danny Elfman

4

Batman Begins by Hans Zimmer

1

Batman 1989 by Danny Elfman

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Devin Black
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Devin Black

Who doesn't wanna hear Prince

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Chewbaacca's Lover
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Chewbaacca's Lover

89 is more iconic, the Nolan one is also great.

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SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

I always found Zimmer's score for Nolan's Batman trilogy overrated. It's basically just "dun dun dun-dun-DUN" over and over again.

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Batman Begins by Hans Zimmer

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Andrew Cozzini
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Andrew Cozzini

This was a tricky one, as the '89 theme the was my definitive Batman theme for many years, especially due to it's use in the B:TAS intro. However, I now find myself humming themes like the Shirley Walker and Zimmer ones, as I find that they better put me in specific moments from their properties.

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