Do you like digital comic books (also known as e-comics)? Or would you like to give them a try but don’t want to have to pay for a subscription?
Well, true believer, LFPL is here for you!
Click on any of the following links to view the Library’s current selections:
Biblioboard‘s offerings are primarily comics of the Golden Age (1938-1954) and biographical works of artists and writers. There are also some interesting public domain works from before the Golden Age.
Btw, the numbers in parentheses are the total comic/graphic novel items available for each vendor as of this date. That’s over 1,000 comics you can browse on your home computer, smartphone, or other digital device!
Keep checking in, too, as LFPL will continue to expand it’s digital comics collection.
If you are interested in learning how to make comics/graphic novels or other aspects of illustration and graphic design, check out these free classes you can take through Lynda.com.
(242 classes are available!)
To have access to all this great content, all you need is a valid library card number and to know your library card’s password. If you are not sure what your library card number or password are (or need a replacement), please stop by one of the 18 library locations and we’ll get you set up.