Luna Station Press had a great time this past Saturday. We had a table at the Free Comic Book Day event at Time Warp Comics & Games in Cedar Grove, NJ. I was lucky enough to have Erin DeMoss (our LSQ cover artist) and C. Elizabeth Vescio (one of LSP’s star authors) with me. Look …

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I buy comic books for a single purpose, to read them. There is a very large collector’s market and I don’t judge it. Comics should be enjoyed however you want to enjoy them. That being said, I do think it’s easy to get caught up in how much a book is worth monetarily and lose sight …

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Sometimes you start reading a comic book and wonder if it was really worth the cover price. It happens occasionally, but instead of being a bad thing, it’s actually rather good and I’ll tell you why. Part of the beauty of comics (at least when you read single issues) is that you don’t know what …

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I usually have my post up on a Tuesday, but scheduling dictated a little change and here I am. I thought, it being a Wednesday, that I’d introduce those of you new to comics to a bit of regular comic buyer lingo and such. There are a couple important components to buying comic books. Most important is your …

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I can easily say that the first thing people think of when they hear the words “comic book” is superheroes, myself included. Though I’ve been reading comics for about twenty-five years now, even I can fall into the trap of looking at comic books through a very narrow lens. To be honest, the vast majority …

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Photo By: James LeVeque I could easily do one of those “Intro to comic books” posts, though there are quite a few of those around. I may even delve into some of the related topics, such as where to buy comics and how they are made. But for this first post, I want to take …

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