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A Note to the DCnU
01 Sep 2011 02:00 am
Reply email@example.com, 01 Sep 2011 01:58 am
An Open Letter to Comics
I have probably read comics before I could walk. When I was old enough to ride a bike, alone by myself, I would ride to the comic shop that was three miles away almost daily. I cleaned the store windows; sweep the floors and the parking lots so the owners wouldn’t chase me away for loitering. When I was fourteen, I was given my own column to write, in the local comic shop’s newsletter. All the patrons knew me and would seek my advice on what’s the next hot story or book.
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Reply firstname.lastname@example.org, 01 Sep 2011 02:07 am
And yes.. And yes the Guy actually walked away from me when I suggested I was going to buy the digital book.
Reply Morgan (Guest), 01 Sep 2011 07:03 am
@email@example.com: I used to spend a lot of time in a comic shop in Riverside because my friends worked there. I wasn't into the feature titles, mostly new stuff like Poison Elves, Lady Death, Milk & Cheese... But I saw the kind of elitism you're talking about. It was subtle, the guy off the street was treated well but when a regular came in, the guy at the counter held long conversations about plots and storylines while ignoring everyone else in the store.