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  1. We're happy to welcome World’s Most Dangerous Comics to the Western Mass Comic Book Expo! They exhibit at very few shows, and will be bringing some very obscure comic books to the show! Check out some of these great titles available exclusively at our event! #westernmasscomicshow #worldsmostdangerouscomics #comicbooksforsale #comicsforsale #comicconventions
  2. We’re happy to welcome guest artist Gary Smith! Hailing from South Deerfield, MA, Gary Smith is a 1991 graduate of the Joe Kubert School. His resume includes work for Valiant/Acclaim comics and Canson Paper Company's "How to Draw Manga" line of comic book papers. Smith currently produces two comic books: The Doe-Nild and Tales of J'lleen
  3. Sunday November 24 2019 10AM-3PM American Legion 63 Riverside Drive Florence, MA 01062 FREE Admission! Mark your calendars for a great event featuring 20 tables of comic books and artwork. Looking for that elusive back issue? Missed the hot new release? Our dealers will have everything from investment grade keys to dollar books! Comic books from the golden age to present! Free Admission! Featuring local creators: Gary Smith Mark Masztal Casey Kruk Warren Onufer Marcus McLaurin (Marvels, Cage) Tanner Ogle Casey Kruk Vendors: Holeymoleys (Shelburne Falls, MA) World’s Most Dangerous Comic Books (MA) Enterprize Comics, Etc (NH) Oignucs Comics (RI) Fanboy's Comics (NY) Doug Adams (ME) Nishon Morgan (VT) WONDER CARDS & COMICS (VT)
  4. Everytime. I am by no means a professional dealer. Small potatoes here BUT I always do my best to make sure I’m priced competitively in comparison to the other dealers in the room. I’ll walk the room before the show opens to shop for myself but also to price books around me and adjust as needed. Inevitably, someone (almost always dealers/online flippers) wants a lower price. I’m perfectly fine with selling to other dealers, some of my best customers are my competitors. Being as courteous as possible I’ll ask them to show me a better deal at the show or I’ll even go as far as to ask if there’s even another copy at the show. Sometimes being bold turns into a sale, sometimes it doesn’t.