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Comic book and toy festival back for fifth year

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Not even COVID-19 could stop JoeFest from expanding.

“It’s been great even during the pandemic,” said Ed Schumacher, the event coordinator.

Scheduled for June 24-26 at the Augusta Convention Center, JoeFest A Real Toy and Comic Show outgrew its initial space five years ago and hasn’t looked b...

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  1. When I was a kid, I was certainly into toys, wrestling, and comic books. Umpteen years later, I’m not. But we went to this event last year, just for the heck of it, and it was a lot of fun. The vendors and most of the guests were obviously very interested in it and were more than happy to discuss things with you and answer questions.
    I saw a particular comic book that I had one just like when I was a kid. I had bought mine for like 20-25 cents. Now? That comic was worth over $1500!!
    Now that I think about it, I don’t know if that was fun or not! 😂😂

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