I'd recommend going digital. Back in the days of youth & craziness, I could spend almost all of my monthly allowance in comic-books. Then I learnt how to draw properly (though maybe there's a bunch of people who can say no to that), and I stopped buying most of them, I began to grow picky. After a few years, I only kept buying some really, really good stuff that interested me.
But when I feel the need to read in bulk, to let my mind slip out of existence and just be a fanboy again, I go digital. There is a huge, and I mean, HUGE offer of comic-books freshly digitalised out there, both legal and... not so much.
I have heaps of comics (American, european and japanese) in .CBR / .CBZ format (which can be read from any tablet, both in Android or iOS, or from the computer). I got used to read from a screen a few years ago, and I keep enjoying my comics this way.
Besides, Digital has been the easiest way to bring some of my favourite comics to Taiwan. I couldn't fit my comic collection, my RPG books and my lead miniatures in a 20" container if I wanted to...
"Roda el món i torna al Born!" - famous saying from Barcelona.