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DragonCon finally cuts ties with accused child predator Ed Kramer

Remember when organizers of DragonCon, the popular science fiction and fantasy convention held every Labor Day weekend in Atlanta, said that they couldn’t sever ties with accused sexual molester of young boys Edward Kramer? Yeah, about that… From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Five of six founding members of the company said in a statement Monday that …

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Used bookstore to open in former Hagerstown Borders location

The city of Hagerstown is about to get another used bookstore. 2nd & Charles, a division of Books-a-Million, is opening a location in the former Borders store in the Centre at Hagerstown shopping center located on Garland Groh Boulevard. There’s a rather cryptic sign in the window at the old Borders promising a whole new …

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Don’t act surprised when a comic book artist rips you off

I read an interesting article on Bleeding Cool about the troubles people are having with comic book artist Jason Craig. He’s currently the artist for Dynamite’s Evil Ernie. Last year people commissioned him to do comic book character sketches. They paid Jason Craig upfront. Jason Craig has personal problems Because of a whole host of personal problems …

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New York Comic Con blames overcrowding on counterfeit badges

ICv2 interviewed ReedPop Group Vice President Lance Fensterman about this year’s comic book convention in New York City, the 2012 New York Comic Con. One of the things discussed in the interview was the crowds. Since the New York Comic Con’s first year, in 2006, the convention has been plagued with an overcrowding problem. People …

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