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    Local creators talk shop, Library Comic Con
      Perhaps a Boise comic con was inevitable. Local artist Adam Rosenlund said the industry is experiencing stronger growth than it has since the turn of the century, driven in large part by the endless appetite of the film industry, which mercilessly mines comics titles for franchisable material
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