This weekend marks the 22nd annual Heroes Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, one of the best-regarded pure comic cons and the convention that was my hometown con for many years. In my experience, Heroes has never published a public anti-harassment policy, but that seems to have changed for the better this year, as organizer Shelton Drum issued a policy this year in the form of a personal letter to attendees. The move makes Heroes Con just the latest comics convention to publicly address the pervasive problem of harassment -- both sexual and otherwise -- that takes place at these kinds of events.
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At the recent Heroes Con convention last weekend, writer Brian Michael Bendis ("New Avengers," "Powers") had to leave his booth to attend a panel where he was scheduled to appear. And his absence did no go unnoticed -- see the message left by his "fans" on the lef