Stumbled upon this via anime!anime!: a new manga called Wonder Comic, which is being serialized online. Nothing new there, but this one is being serialized via Twitter.
Basically the way it works is that each panel is posted to Twitter via TwitPic, and any dialogue, narration, or thought bubble text is posted with it.
It's kind of a neat concept. I confess it doesn't make for very good reading right here, on a full computer, because there's no way to browse through continuously. And frankly, that would make it hard to play with even on a smart phone, I think. But for phones that can handle Twitter and TwitPic but not much else, it's kind of a cool concept; in theory you can be notified immediately when new panels (or groups of panels-- the first 16 were posted earlier this morning) are posted.
That said, I'm not sure how easy it would be to get into something browsed that way. If TwitPic had some kind of "next photo" or slideshow option, on the other hand, it would seem a lot more feasible to me.
Now, this manga is in Japanese, of course, but if it was in English would you guys be checking it out?
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