Because if Homestuck can be in the Literature section, so can traditional comic books. Look, we'll even keep all comics contained to one thread (cuz really, threads for each line, or even publisher, won't last). I went into my local comic store for the first time ever today. I stood in the doorway for a solid full minute, it was so amazing. Comics and toys and trading cards and anything and everything comic related was everywhere. The only halfway organized part of the store was the wall of shelves, where the new comics of today stood in all of their glory. Everywhere else was a disorganized mess. Old comics, probably trades, took up every square inch of at least a dozen twenty dollar craft tables. Organized somewhat neatly into their cardboard boxes to be flipped through. Under every table and on top of half of them, huge cardboard boxes with dozens of old toys just tossed in. The newer toys were hanging on nails along the pillars and arches inside the store. Another wall, on the far side, for manga and figma and revoltech. I never thought I'd see those figures in stores. And in a dark, horribly messy corner, there were gunpla and play arts. I saw a Serah Play Arts, from FFXIII. Vanille as well. Today I have discovered something glorious. Oh also I picked up Venom #22, Scarlet Spider #8, and Spider-Men #4. Awesome comics, though Spider-Men has been really slow so far and only has one more issue to wrap up. DION I KNOW YOU'RE GOING TO READ THIS SO YOU BETTER SAY SOMETHING.