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I might be in minority, but I really don't get the appeal of reporting and discussing convention logistics. I definitely like hearing annecdotes about comics-famous people ('Pacific-Rim Seth' for example - that was a classic!) and observations on emerging new trends from a show are often interesting. But I catch myself thinking "No, they CAN make it work in a bigger space, they CAN! They just don't have to use EVERY part of it. They need to get, like, some partitions, maybe some drapery and.. wait a minute.. what? Why do I care? I'm not going to this show and these concerns are only tangentially comics related at best"
Don't get me started on Tom Spurgeon's Forty-Five Thousand Tips For Attending This Year's San Diego Comic-Con International!
2013.09.28 at 07:06
I don't know, I was pretty surprised by the number of adults that were in line for Jeff Smith. I remember seeing more grown men with their RASL hardcovers tucked under their arms than kids.
2013.09.30 at 12:58
RASL is totally not kid-friendly--that's probably why.
2013.09.30 at 15:28
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