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Magazines and graphic novels don't map to electronic readers well. It's going to take a company with some dedication to innovation to make it work. We'll also have to come to terms with the fact the tablet experience will never be the magazine experience. Just like the web has never been.
All the content is there, just like the actual magazine, and Amazon does offer a way to make the articles easier to read. It's not the most pleasing reading experience, but for fans of the magazine articles it's still readable and functional.
Cons: Mag is filled with ads. Some stuff is obviously there just as filler.
This magazine gives you tons of tidbits and interesting information. Do not expect to see the detail and reporting Sports Illustrated goes into.