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We posted a version of this a year ago, just before the first ever Local Comic Shop Day. Our feelings on the matter remain the same, and we thought it would be best to reiterate that stance, now that the "event" is nearly upon us once more. The TL;DR version? We do not participate in this day, as it promotes the idea that comics are for collecting at premium prices over the idea that comics should be read, first and foremost, for enjoyment. Today, many in the comic book industry will be taking part in Local Comic Shop Day. We will not - or rather, we won't be...

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Earlier this week, we took to our Twitter account to give our take on a topic that's been making the rounds in the comics social media circles. What follows are our collected tweets, put in one place for easy reading. Some notes on art and aesthetic: regardless of opinion, you have to be cognizant of what your actions are saying to people. Intent doesn't necessarily matter if you are mindless about what your actions are saying. Mindfulness is key. Which is to say: you might not think something is harmful to you, but that doesn't mean it isn't harmful to others. ...

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