In this digital era, some changes happen in the way of life that we do not understand, immediately. As an example, when you buy a comic book in the bookstore, of course what you will have in your hand is printed version of the book, with sheets of paper in it, and well protected by cover. In industrialized societies, most of us now live in media-saturated that we can hardly imagine a time when such obvious, necessary, and pleasurable parts of our daily life as การ์ตูน, radio, cinema, books, and audio and video cassettes did not exist.
From this point of view, it seems clear that our societies are changing, especially during digital era. Thanks to internet and development of computer software, comics reading habits have changed. We can see from this simple example: have you ever heard software called “comical”? If you are looking for a CBR and CBZ reader for your favorite OS, look no farther. Comical is an easy-to-use, feature full GUI comic book viewer. However, the most important fact to me is It is open-source, so it is free software. Surely, this time, I do not have to visit bookstore anymore!
Comical lets you access comics from all over the Web in a format that is almost as easy to use as the conventional format of comic books. Comical’s interface is plain, intuitive, and simple. This software handles many format of digital comic such as.rar,.cbz,.cbr, and.zip; with a list of available menus: file, go, view, and help. Users simply click on the ‘file’ menus, and then choose comic format they have in their disk. Overall, I was quite impressed with Comical; it was easy to use, and we could have spent hours reading our favorite comics without spent much money. In fact, we probably will.