Comics & Graphic Novels - A little help for a new user
following my opening of a Kindle Wifi 2011 on Christmas Day, I have found myself getting more and more engrossed in books again.
My favourite type of book to read is [admittedly embarrassing] graphic novels or even movie adaptations in comic form such as =Watchmen= or =Star Trek= etc.
I was wondering if there is an easy way to get my digital comics (cbr, cbz, pdf) to the kindle without too much hassle, and not taking too much space, as although the kindle has a fair whack of storage space, the pdf files are normally around 4-12 megabytes, depending on length.
Is there a generic converter out there that I can use?
I know that if I open cbz and car files with winrar and save them all as jpegs, I have normal picture files, but am I right in assuming that I'd need to convert them to a greyscale image then collate with a mobi compiler if there is such a thing??
Hope theres a way to do this as it would make my already happy reading days even better, and make my new Kindle experience one to be much-loved for years to come.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
Thanks guys n gals.