Reading Graphic Novels on a computer is awesome but you can read them on a eye-friendly-screen such as your Kindle. In some steps you can make it happen.
The process of converting a graphic novel to be able to read it on a Kindle is simple. Graphic novel files are either in CBZ or CBR format and you use Calibre (an ebook manager), and convert them to MOBI format and then copy the file to your Kindle.
Image, or the graphic novel is ready to read. However, since Kindle does not support colours apart from black and white, your graphic novel pages will be in those two colours only. If you are an occasional graphic novel reader and does not mind the colours, (and a Kindle freak, like me) then go ahead and enjoy your G-novel. If the graphic novel you are reading is already and in black and white, then you just got lucky.
I recently, read Maus which is a graphic novel by American cartoonist Art Spiegelman which share experiences of a Polish Jew and a Holocaust survivor. Take a look at some images I clicked while reading:
Side-note: Kindles are very suitable for Manga, since most of them are in black & white format.
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