In honor of ComiCons everywhere, let us take out our comic book collections, dust them off, and happily devour them once again. Uh, oh, looks like some book lice or other insect has gotten to a few pages of Batman #43. What can you do to better preserve this rich heritage of geekdom?
While it may require a scanner and a PDF file creator on your part, you can still take those comic books and archive them on your computer while they still hold up. Comic Book Archive Creator can do this for regular comics or it can take current PDF files and reroute them through a comic book reader on your favorite PC or laptop. I really like all the features this download has to offer, and I think it's a one of a kind program. I haven't seen anything else like it, for free or paid. If I change my mind about comic book archiving anything, Comic Book Archive Creator also gives me the option to cancel creation.
The program runs smoothly on my Windows 7 operating system, but even if you have Vista or XP it's supposed to work just fine. I haven't noticed any glitches yet and I'm having quite a bit of fun with it. Try taking a boring office document and turn it into this program to see what churns out. It's kind of funny, and a good stress release; just don't let your boss see it unless he or she has a really good sense of humor and isn't going to burn you for messing around on company equipment.