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message 1: by Lily (new)

Lily Vagabond (lilyauthor) Or graphic novels, either works. This question is for readers who read comic books on an eReader (Kindle, Nook, etc).

Do you prefer numbered pages or without?


message 2: by Quentin (last edited Apr 25, 2015 01:51PM) (new)

Quentin Wallace (quentinwallace) | 380 comments I never really noticed to be honest, so I guess page numbers aren't that important, at least not to me.


message 3: by Lily (new)

Lily Vagabond (lilyauthor) It's such I minor detail. I didn't even think about it until now and I was suddenly having serious doubts.


message 4: by Justin (new)

Justin (justinbienvenue) | 1352 comments Mod
I prefer comics and kindle books with numbered pages. Though sometimes the number on kindle is some weird number and not the page number which I find rather annoying.


message 5: by Lily (new)

Lily Vagabond (lilyauthor) Right, that's also a concern. But, I imagine if the page number is just a part of the image, it should be okay. I think...

I also think it depends on page count. For myself, if it's a 22 page comic book I'm reading on my kindle reader, I don't care if there aren't page numbers.

Buuuut... if that's what readers want, I'll draw page numbers. It doesn't matter to me. So, pros and cons?


message 6: by Courtney (last edited Apr 25, 2015 10:18PM) (new)

Courtney Wells | 1826 comments Mod
I think it's better to include something some readers won't need than exclude something some readers will want.


message 7: by Ashe (new)

Ashe Armstrong (ashearmstrong) I never register page numbers but they ccan be useful. Better safe tthan sorry, yeah?


message 8: by Lily (new)

Lily Vagabond (lilyauthor) Good points. I'm thinking of a small white circle with the page number in the top right coner.

Thanks for your input and creating extra work for me :D


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