You must already know Peruse by now, a lightweight comic reader for Linux desktops. Another one is Bookworm, which is both an Ebook reader and manager. Today, I introduce to you another cool comic book reader (probably even cooler) and it goes by the name of MComix.
MComix is a user-friendly, cross-platform and customizable Ebook reader specifically designed to handle comic books. Being a fork of Comix, it can serve as a generic viewer and also supports a variety of container formats including CB7, CBT, and PDF, among others.
Features in MComix
- FOSS – free to download and use; Open source with its source code available on SourceForge.
- Comprehensive online documentation here.
- Display modes: Fullscreen; double page; Fit image to window width, height or both.
- Supports bookmarks.
- Contains library.
- Supports Manga mode (comics that read from right-to-left).
- Supports fast scrolling (using the spacebar).
- Contains an image enhancer with options to transform images by rotating or flipping.
- Remembers the last viewed page.
- Customizable Interface: hide any toolbar, change background colors, e.t.c.
The aim of MComix is to improve on all the features supported in Comix and add a lot more so I can’t list all of them here. You will just have to download the app and try it out yourself.
What do you think about MComix? If you once used Comix then you will probably agree with me that it is a worthy alternative.
What do you think about it in relation to other comic readers you know? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.