Hello everyone, I am thinking about binding some of my first comic books.
The one thing that is really holding me back, is that I am worried about the pages of my comics yellowing once bound.
I am looking to bind several hundred issues of books printing back in the 1970's. The books have always been stored in comic bags and the pages are still nice and white. I am not really sure what causes comic pages to yellow, but I was wondering if you have to do anything special after binding to keep the pages from yellowing. If I just bind the issues and put the book on my shelf (out of sunlight of course) will the pages still stay in good condition? Anyone here having any problems with their bound issues turning really yellow?