This was also my first graphic novel that I read on my nookcolor, which I was pretty excited about. I feel like the art was just as beautiful on this screen as if I'd had a physical copy in front of me, which was nice. And it seems that a lot of titles are being added to their catalogue, mostly manga for now, but it's nice to have the option to buy a graphic novel if stores are closed and I'm just in the mood. My only complaint with reading this was that some of the smaller font type, usually said under a character's breath, was a pain to read. I had to kind of strain to get that full effect. You can't pinch the screen bigger like you can with internet browsing, and the device doesn't take you from panel to panel like the Mouse Guard app does, so you're kind of stuck with the images on the screen as-is. But that was a minor gripe for me, as the occasions when this came up were few and far between, and the convenience kind of makes up for it. Perhaps we'll see a software upgrade to fix this in the future, but I really see myself buying manga this way in the future with no problem.