kyrimis at cti.gr
Wed Dec 4 12:57:55 CET 2002
> Is it possible to define 'quality', or is it just personal?
> (I think it must be possible to define it, but I wouldn't know how.)
I some times feel that good quality is defined as glossy paper that
reflects light straight into your eyes (Komix and other Greek titles,
Gladstone's WDCS and U$), square binding that makes comic books hard
to lie open on the table (Klasika, Mickey Parade, Gladstone's WDCS and
U$), and any other factor that makes comic books expensive and hard to
read. I haven't seen any of those "trade paperback" comic books that were
mentioned recently, but I suspect they are also of similar "good quality".
Kriton (e-mail: kyrimis at cti.gr)
"Like a sphere talking to a circle, I've got perspective."
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