Screenreader Accessibility For A Webcomic

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Aster Azul
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Screenreader Accessibility For A Webcomic

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Do you happen to know anything about sites that might support screenreader accessibility for a comic? A friend asked me about this today and I realized I have no idea.

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Your friend would need to post the dialogue/narration in HTML below the comic pages. There's tech out there that converts images into text, but it probably isn't available for free.
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