Now, when I said in Chapter 7, Making Your Own Illustration, that "Software doesn't matter," there is a tiny caveat in there, and that is this:
"Every software has its unique perks."
For example, if I wanted to edit a photo using CSP, it is a little bit of a pain … it can't even open RAW files, which are the native files of the camera. So, what I do? I use Photoshop or Affinity Photo, which both have more features for photo editing.
Why am I saying this? Because one of the main features of CSP is a comic page management system, but this is only for the EX version of the software. Wanting to use CSP as comic software and not use the EX version is, well, a nonsensical choice. CSP's EX version has a page management system, with batch export, and batch text edit, but the pro version of CSP doesn't have these things. Plus, with the December 10, 2020 update, you even have options for webtoons.