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Comic Store Takes In Used Graphic Novels To Start A Community Library

Comic Store Takes In Used Graphic Novels To Start A Community Library
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Mission Comics and Art in San Francisco has come up with a way for its community to share graphic novels.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 21 july 2011

Mission Comics and Art in San Francisco has announced they will begin a ‘buyback’ program for used graphic novels to start a rental program. But the currency at this comic shop’s new library is not just cash.

For each graphic novel brought in, the customer will receive a number of rental points based on the value of the book and its condition. Once enough novels have been collected to establish a library, the customer can then use those points to borrow books. Customers who don’t have graphic novels to trade in can also buy points.

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