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Default STAR WARS Comes to Madness Comics in Dallas!

Sorry for it being such short notice, but I just found out about it.

Jake Lloyd, Ray Park, and Peter Mayhew are scheduled to appear at Madness Games & Comics in the Dallas, TX area, on Saturday, May 2nd. The prices are as follows...

Lloyd - autos $20, photos $10
Mayhew & Park - autos $40, photos $20
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I went to it. ended up getting Ray Park's auto. Nice guy. Then grabbed a couple of books before leaving. I had fun. Are you a collector?
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I went to it. ended up getting Ray Park's auto. Nice guy. Then grabbed a couple of books before leaving. I had fun. Are you a collector?
Not in the strictest sense, but I've been blessed to have met several celebrities whose work I admire since 2004. I've met Ray Park twice, and he signed an 8x10 of Darth Maul for me. I quit going to the local conventions though, because the prices were skyrocketing so much.
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I know what you mean. $50 to get into the Con? But people continue to pay the price.

Madness is my favorite comic book store so far. They really do try to keep it interesting over there.
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I know what you mean. $50 to get into the Con? But people continue to pay the price.
Yep, and its just sad, too. I think tickets were $15 or $20 when i first started going, but they increased fairly quick...along with the autograph fees. My first show, I went in with $138 and left with $5. For that, I got admission, five autographs, and food from the vending machines. Good luck with that kind of deal now...

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Madness is my favorite comic book store so far. They really do try to keep it interesting over there.
I've only been there a couple of times, but it looks really nice, and most people seem friendly. I just haven't read weekly comics in 20 years or more, so catching up's pretty futile. Instead, I read the collected graphic novels, especially if I can find hardcovers of them.
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Ha! That's the same thing that I do. I was out of collecting/reading for over a decade. Got back into it by catching up on some storylines through graphic novels as well. Now, that's all I buy to read, and the occasional #1's.

Regarding the Cons, I now only attend if there is an autograph that I want. Otherwise, I'm good. I will say that WalkerCon was just as good as ComicCon. If you're a horror flick fan, that's a cool event to go to.
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