HeroesCon is a little more than a month away, and Heroes Aren't Hard To Find Warehouse Manager Seth Peagler graciously agreed to answer some questions about it to give you a heads up about one of the southeast's largest comic conventions.
This is my first time getting to a shop an hour early for FCBD, and for Charlotte, NC my shop of preference for this event is Heroes Aren't Hard To Find. There were about 30 people in front of me and about a third of them are kids, which is good to see. The local Ghostbusters car is here playing music for the waiting crowd. There's no sign of a special back issue sale out front like in at least one previous year, but given how much preparation goes into a FCBD, especially six weeks before their big annual convention, I don't think anyone will mind. Besides the Ghostbusters guy selling prints and comics, the local Sith club is enthusiastically giving lightsaber dueling lessons, which a few people take them up on.
My Preference For Bags & Boards and Why It’s So Darn Important There’s a scene in Kevin Smith’s Mallrats where Brody tells a lady at the flea market selling comics, “You should have boards in these, you savage!” As comic collectors we understand the importance of good bags and boards. Everyone has their preference and