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The North Side has no shortage of comic book stores, considering it's such a niche market, and somehow they all seem to co-exist in harmony. Some host BYOB knitting nights, or pancake nights, and others sell editions from 1948 for $550. DNAinfo has got an in-depth look at how the industry has found creative ways to keep its readers coming back for rare books, mainstream trilogies and unique community activities. [DNAinfo]