"More and more publishers are doing these ridiculous, you know, 3 or 4 different covers, and that completely throws it all out the window. I’ll choose my favorite cover, but then what about all these other covers! And another cover might sell out faster! But, you know, it just becomes crazy. This year there have been a few books that have had different covers, and I’m not a fan of those, it puts me in an unhappy place. [laughs] Another minefield is special editions. If it’s an artist that I really like and I love the book, I do occasionally do buy special editions, but this shorthand of just getting the standard book and putting a print in, that I’m not a fan of. It should either be a different board, or a different stock, there should be a lot more effort put into it. Sometimes I’ll justify a purchase by saying that, if I needed to, down the road, I could sell it for 4, 5, 6, 10 times more, even though that’s not what I want to do. I know a lot of collectors that do that. But you can make a lot more money on the standard edition; the special edition is already expensive, so that’s a very small secondary market."