It’s hard for Jean David Michel, co-owner of Megabrain Comics in Rhinebeck, to remember a time before he became passionate about comics. However, he still vividly remembers the first time he received his.
His older sisters, in an attempt to get five-year-old Michel to clean his room faster, showed him a mysterious brown paper bag. “They said I could have everything in it if I rushed to clean my room,” he says. “So I went around, picked up all my toys and they handed me this bag. I opened it up and it was an ‘Incredible Hulk’ comic book. From there it snowballed and I was hooked.
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