Ten years after being acquitted on murder charges, O.J. Simpson made an autograph signing appearance at the Los Angeles NecroComicon comic book convention but, alas, no one cared. Except the media, of course. About a dozen people showed up to check out the $95 autographed photos and T-shirts and $125 autographed football jerseys and helmets, being grossly outnumbered by reporters and camera crews. His spokesperson says it was a “dry run for possible future public appearances.” Not to mention a chance to search for the real killer who apparently gave up golf and now collects comic books.