Should Black and White Comics Get Colored?

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#51 Posted by Chris207 (107 posts) - - Show Bio

No. Really...No.
 
See the original Crow series for proof...
...and Sin City...
...and most manga.
 
Unlike what Ted Turner did with Casablanca, where viewers had the choice to turn the color knob on the television down to go back to b&w, once an original b&w comic is colorized, there's no turning back.   
 
However, owners of b&w books can decide to 'crayola-ize' them on their own....

#52 Posted by batmanboy11 (198 posts) - - Show Bio
@MisterDK said:
" @batmanboy11 said:
" I'd kind of like to see Scott Pilgrim in colour, but then again I wouldn't. If its done in Black and White originally, I don't think it should be changed. "
We did get to see what it would be like in colour at the beginning of Gets It Together in some of the editions.

 
I do like these coloured pages but I still think it works really well as b&w. (And just imagine how long the books would of taken if they were getting the full colour treatment!) "

Right, somehow I wasn't thinking about the opening to Volume 4... So clearly SP works in both B&W and colour, so it should really be up to the creative team to decide what they want to do. I would buy all 6 SP again if they did hardcover colour versions though, just sayin...
#53 Posted by Bigheart711 (2196 posts) - - Show Bio

It depends on the comic. Normally, I don't mind 'cause I've been reading manga longer than I read any comics.

#54 Posted by roxamilli (174 posts) - - Show Bio

Most, but not all
#55 Posted by NightFang (10261 posts) - - Show Bio
@haydenclaireheroes said:
" I hate black and white comics they are more difficult to read. They need color  "
             I 2nd that!
#56 Posted by allwalledup (36 posts) - - Show Bio
@Larkin1388:
i agree

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