Comics Plus!: Checkout Comic Books from any device!
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For manga or graphic novel lovers, or any fan of the sequential art form, comes Comics Plus - Library Edition! Through Comics Plus and The Kansas City Public Library, patrons with a library card and email address can checkout free e-comics. With a 10-book maximum for a 7-day checkout, kids, teens, and even adults can access a wide range of comics, classic favorites, and full manga series all from your own personal or public computer, phone, or tablet device.
Inside Comics Plus - Library Edition, you can find volumes of some of your favorite comics. Many of these texts are out of print with the publisher, but are now available at the click of a checkout button. From classic favorites like Charlie Brown and The Peanuts, Garfield, Marmaduke, and Dilbert to Viz Media titans like BLEACH, Dragonball, Naruto, and One Piece, Comics Plus has a little something for every comic book enthusiast. You may even find something new to read in the collection.
Comics are categorized by publisher, or you can search by age group. The material on Comics Plus, ranges from ages 5 and up, to 16+. There are also familiar fiction titles and popular shows like NFL Rush Zone, Adventure Time, and Bravest Warriors comics available for checkout.
New registers will need to know their library card number and email address to log in. Yet with automatic check-in and return, you will never have to worry about items being misplaced or incurring fees. Comics Plus - Library Edition is a great new digital resource available through the Kansas City Public Library anytime, right at your fingertips. Made for all kinds of comic book lovers, Comics Plus is an awesome collection for the seasoned comic reader or anyone just beginning their leap into comic books or graphic novels.
About the Author
Shaun Teamer is a creator and storyteller. He enjoys drawing, animating, and reading comic books and graphic novels. Shaun works as a youth associate for the Central Library.