Doug: Today we'd like some reminiscences from our fans and foes as to the places and spaces in which or at which you read comics back in the Bronze Age. For me, there are really two distinct places I can recall reading comics. At one time my sister had a wooden headboard for her bed. It did not attach to the bedframe, but was more like a raised cabinet with sliding doors on the front. I am pretty certain that my grandpa made it. Anyway, when I was around 7 or 8 I remember on several occasions taking a stack of books and crawling under her bed and then into this large space that existed between the head of the bed and the wall. In hindsight, that space may have been only 12-14 inches deep, but it was enough to sit sideways underneath, with a flashlight, and hide out for awhile. Again, I didn't do it more than a handful of times, but it's a vivid memory.
Doug: My other main reading spot was in my own bedroom. I had a pretty cool set-up along two walls. Again, my grandpa had crafted a bookcase with all sorts of different sized cubbies. The left end of it had a large compartment that would hold board games and other large toys. It was about 3 1/2 feet tall and about that wide. Atop that long shelf, coming out perpendicularly, was a wooden door laying flat for a table, braced at the far end. Where the hole for the doorknob was located, my grandpa had affixed a table lamp. So I had a work space/reading space literally the size of a door! Man, I used to read and re-read my comics, and of course like a little dummy cut them up sometimes. I traced them, and learned to draw freehand, too. It was also a space to sort cards like my Planet of the Apes wax packs and to work and paint model kits, such as the Aurora superhero models. I can see it now, still.
Doug: Your turn - go!