Digital comics

An introduction to digital comics for new readers

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Tapas Media has a huge selection of online comics that can be read on their website through their iOS and Android apps. For a new reader, this can be quite overwhelming. Do not be afraid ! Clean tapas Kim estlund offered an introduction to new readers to discover their most popular series:

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Let’s start at the top with our # 1 Action Fantasy series, The beginning after the end, which is not just a successful webcomic but is based on the original Tapas novel of the same title from TurtleMe. The series has over 8.7 million views / reads and the novel is north of 11 million views / reads. The beginning after the end is a magical reincarnation tale – imagine waking up from birth knowing you are King Gray – with unmatched strength, wealth and prestige in a world ruled by martial ability – but you land in modern times !

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
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If you’re into supes … another of my favorites is Fangs, from the famous creator of Sarah’s Scribbles, Sarah Andersen’s hit webcomic with nearly 40 million views / reads is also a New York Times bestseller – l love story between a werewolf and a vampire. ! Sarah is currently finishing her next two books. Enjoy the Fangs trailer.

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
Tapas Media

Then there is the hit YA on the run, Magical boy by The Kao, which will be out via Scholastic on November 2 and is already up for pre-order # 131 on Amazon – not bad for a newbie author / creator! Magical boy has 4.5 million views / reads and is the heartwarming story of a transgender teenager who navigates to his parents while facing the fact that he has inherited the family responsibility of being a “Magical Girl” – you should read this now!

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
Tapas Media

Another favorite of mine is the coming of age story of Jamie with 9.7 million views; this LGBTQ story follows a hopeless romantic first in love with Aiden.

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
Tapas Media

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
Tapas Media

Game fans will love reading Studio Tapas Originals DPS! Alone and The last blade by one of our own editors, adapted from the SNK game, The last blade, catch up now because season 2 has just started this week! And for those who are superhero fans, come join the Hero Academy at Bad guys.

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
Tapas Media

We also have the digital version of the Boom! Graphic novel Heavy vinyl by Carly Usdin – independent record store nerd by day, teenage vigilante by night!

On the ‘community’ side of Tapastry, you will discover the beautiful art of The little trash can and the daily attempts to get out of it unscathed Cassandre BD – 65 million views could mean you’re missing some hilarious gems!

Then we have a handful of wonderfully delicious translated titles including my current favorite series – 50 Duchess Tea Recipes – with over 1.1 million views (trailer), this is the gripping story of an office worker who wakes up as Chloe, a duchess from another time who wins the favor of new friends and her husband’s interest as she spills the tea!

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
Tapas Media

Where there is My beautiful footman – with 2.2 million views, you could miss out on this manga version of Twelfth Night, meet Avery, the Earl of Baenbowie’s footman… and how about the resounding success on both ends of the globe – A commercial proposal with 4.1 million views / plays just completed and we’re suffering from takedowns for Miss Ha-ri’s desktop adventures!

Tapas: A new reader's digital comic book primer
Tapas Media

Once you’re hooked, check it out The wicked are meant to die already 1.6M views at 57 episodes and What’s wrong with you, Duke? – currently 2.7 million views.

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