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In comics, a trade paperback (often shortened to TPB, TP, or trade) is a collection of stories originally published in comic books, reprinted in book format, usually capturing one story arc from a single title or a series of stories with a connected story arc or common theme from one or more titles. Although trade paperback is actually a publishing term that refers to any book with a flexible cardstock cover which is larger than the standard mass market paperback format, comics fans unfamiliar with that meaning have come to use the term to refer to the type of material traditionally sold in comics shops in that format: collected editions of previously serialized stories. The term graphic novel is sometimes used interchangeably, but some people maintain that the terms are distinct, with the

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  • Trade paperback ou TPB é um termo usado em livros e histórias em quadrinhos.
  • In comics, a trade paperback (often shortened to TPB, TP, or trade) is a collection of stories originally published in comic books, reprinted in book format, usually capturing one story arc from a single title or a series of stories with a connected story arc or common theme from one or more titles. Although trade paperback is actually a publishing term that refers to any book with a flexible cardstock cover which is larger than the standard mass market paperback format, comics fans unfamiliar with that meaning have come to use the term to refer to the type of material traditionally sold in comics shops in that format: collected editions of previously serialized stories. The term graphic novel is sometimes used interchangeably, but some people maintain that the terms are distinct, with the
  • TPB, sigla de trade paperback (en español: libro en rústica), se refiere específicamente a una colección de historias originalmente publicadas en comic books reimpresas en formato tomo y que se recopilan en forma de arcos argumentales (aproximadamente unos 5-6 números).Tradicionalmente, un TPB reproducirá las historias como fueron originalmente concebidas en formato comic book. Recientemente, algunos tomos han sido publicados en un tamaño más reducido, conocido como formato digest. Este formato pretende atraer a las nuevas generaciones de lectores cuyas primeras exposiciones a un formato comic book han sido principalmente el manga.
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  • TPB, sigla de trade paperback (en español: libro en rústica), se refiere específicamente a una colección de historias originalmente publicadas en comic books reimpresas en formato tomo y que se recopilan en forma de arcos argumentales (aproximadamente unos 5-6 números).Tradicionalmente, un TPB reproducirá las historias como fueron originalmente concebidas en formato comic book. Recientemente, algunos tomos han sido publicados en un tamaño más reducido, conocido como formato digest. Este formato pretende atraer a las nuevas generaciones de lectores cuyas primeras exposiciones a un formato comic book han sido principalmente el manga. En Estados Unidos suelen recopilarse en este formato casi todas las colecciones con un mínimo éxito en su publicación individual en comic books; en países como España y México, las editoriales de cómics los utilizan como formato único para determinadas series dependiendo de la aceptación y de las ventas que se esperan de ellas debido a que el mercado no es tan amplio como el estadounidense.
  • In comics, a trade paperback (often shortened to TPB, TP, or trade) is a collection of stories originally published in comic books, reprinted in book format, usually capturing one story arc from a single title or a series of stories with a connected story arc or common theme from one or more titles. Although trade paperback is actually a publishing term that refers to any book with a flexible cardstock cover which is larger than the standard mass market paperback format, comics fans unfamiliar with that meaning have come to use the term to refer to the type of material traditionally sold in comics shops in that format: collected editions of previously serialized stories. The term graphic novel is sometimes used interchangeably, but some people maintain that the terms are distinct, with the difference being that the latter term refers to a square-bound printing with largely original material. Traditionally, a trade paperback will reproduce the stories at the same size as they were originally presented in comic book format. However, certain trades have been published in a smaller, "digest-sized" format, similar in size to a paperback novel. Other works (usually material likely to sell well) are published in a larger-than-original hardcover format. They are also floppy and soft. Note that many comics collections are published in hardcover (or in both formats). The bulk of this article applies to both paperback and hardcover collections. In the comics industry, the term "trade paperback market" can be casually used to refer to the market for any collection, regardless of actual cover.
  • Trade paperback ou TPB é um termo usado em livros e histórias em quadrinhos.
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