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A Mississippi record and comic store deals with the January "dead zone"
OffBeat owner Phillip Rollins says January and summer are his "most hated months" because business is so slow.
In the pre-holiday scramble, small businesses see a little bit of supply chain relief
The owners of a record and comic book shop, a toy store, and a greeting card and outdoor gear business share their experiences.
Comic-Con at 50: still the place for epic fandom
What started as a small gathering of comics enthusiasts in 1970 has turned into a massive testament to the power of fandom.
Why the Federal Reserve makes comic books
“We just wanted to create a tool that was accessible.”
What's the value of a villain? The Joker gets his own film
Who says crime doesn't pay?
Holy franchise, Batman! You’re 80!
Grab your cowl and utility belt while we take a look at one of the highest-earning superheroes.
Comic author wants Captain Marvel to empower women
"There is nothing inherently masculine about heroism," Kelly Sue DeConnick says.
Stan Lee's Marvel-ous legacy
Let's do the numbers on Stanley Lieber's seven decades in comics.
Comic book genius Stan Lee, Spider-Man creator, dies at 95
As the top writer at Marvel Comics and later as its publisher, Lee was widely considered the architect of the contemporary comic book.
How the co-CEO of Archie Comics reinvented its namesake
Riverdale's favorite son was in danger of fading into obscurity when Jon Goldwater breathed some new life into the franchise.