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12-17-2009 @ 12:06PM
Now, what I'm wondering is if they'll still be colored. All the graphic novels I've ever seen (granted, I'm not really a comics guy) are in black and white on book-paper.I rather like the glossy colored comics we have now. Will they stay the same in that respect?
12-17-2009 @ 1:04PM
That's sometimes a darker choice many graphic novelists make. They also may not be able to find a colorist they want to partner up. If you've been reading manga as well, most of it tends to be in black and white. Not sure why this occurs, but nevertheless there are many graphic novels out there that are in color.
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