I like to get my comics signed too. But, the price gauging is starting to bug me. I don't know if it's the creator, or the money people who run the shows, but some of the charges are absurd. Rob Liefeld wanted $85 to autograph Deadpool's first appearance. It was $120 for Stan Lee's autograph, last time I saw him. Mercifully, I already had his autograph, from back when the cost was only $50, so I didn't shell out for another one.
A lot of the autographs are free, though. I managed to get 3 from Neal Adams before he started charging. I got a few from George Perez, a really nice guy. The nicest people were Walt and Louise Simonson. Their autographs were free, and they let me take a great photo of them.
And I got Kevin Conroy to autograph the Batman comic that was the source material for the Laughing Fish story in the Batman animated series. That one makes me smile.
George Perez was actually my first signature back in the day. Such a cool guy.
Had Rob Liefeld sign that crap Vol. 2 Avengers stuff he was kinda pissed that thats all I brought. It made me laugh.