Peruse Comic Book Reader for Linux

Peruse Comic Book Reader is a desktop app that makes reading comics on a computer “as easy and pleasant as possible”.

When you first open the app it greets you at the welcome page and switches to show a list of the recently read comics with a progress bar next to them to show how into the book you had gotten. Open any of the books and continue from where you left up without worries.

Features in Peruse Comic Book Reader

Peruse has a lot of perks to offer including having support for a multitude of comic book and eBook file formats. Some of which are:

  • Comic Book Archive (cbz, cbr, cb7, cbt, cba)
  • Portable Document Format (pdf)
  • ePub Books (epub)
  • DeVice Independent files (dvi)
  • DeJaVu (djvu)
  • Compiled Help (chm)

Usage:

Browse through your library using sorting options: title, author, series, or recently added.

Peruse Comic Reader

Peruse Comic Reader

Peruse is available to install on  An AppImage of the app is also available and should run without issue on any

Peruse is free and Open Source and can run on a wide range of Linux distributions thanks to its OBS repository and will therefore run without issues on any modern Linux desktop.

Give Peruse a test drive and don’t forget to return to tell us baout your experience in the comments section below.

About The Author
Lamin Kanteh
Lamin loves smartphones and was introduced to the world of mobile devices with Android. Ubuntu is new to him, but he is enjoying writing about it so far.

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