‘Better than the stock market’: Turning comics & collectibles into cash

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — It’s a weekend to celebrate heroes, at least the ones you find in comic books. SiouxperCon began Friday at the Sioux Falls Convention Center and runs all weekend. “I have been collecting comic books since about 1996,” Sioux Falls comic collector Jon Runyan said. Runyan has been an avid comic book collector for decades and loves to see what he can find at SiouxperCon every year.“I get my hands on the coolest stuff and I love it,” Runyan said. “This is the biggest I’ve seen SiouxperCon since they’ve done the show,” JJs Comics and Art owner Jon Jespersen said.  Zomer’s Family Feud streak continues with third appearance on October 11 This weekend’s booming convention paints a picture of the overall increase in demand for comics.“For me as a business it’s been the greatest year I’ve ever had,” Jespersen said. “I’m working 12 hours a day, seven days a week for the past 18 months.”Jon Jespersen
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