With properly zoned industrial space in high demand for marijuana cultivation, veteran retailer Chuck Rozanski is selling the chain's headquarters for three times what he paid for it.
Comic Kingdom's manager blames the closing on the digital age, saying, "It’s all internet and downloads now."
For The Comic Book Shop in Wilmington, Delaware, personal interactions and customer referrals are key, co-owner Sarah Titus tells ROBOT 6's Store Tour.
Japanese publisher Kadokawa will relaunch its English-language e-book service BookWalker on Oct. 8.
After 41 years in business, Chicago's Variety Comics will close its doors for good on Halloween.
Debuting in 1938, the British magazine was officially certified last week as the longest-running weekly comic.
The deluxe edition of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's 1988 Batman one-shot topped BookScan's list of graphic novels sold in bookstores for the second month in a row.
Video game company SNK Playmore is dropping year-old criminal charges against manga publisher Square Enix, which is now free to continue publishing "Hi Score Girl."
The cartoonist has presented an enhanced version of an LAPD audiotape that he says supports his account of a 2001 encounter with police.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage joked that he'd like to "shoot" Bangor Daily News cartoonist George Danby. However, Danby isn't laughing.
A worn copy of 1939's "Superman" #3, worth about $2,000 because of its condition, disappeared sometime last week from Happy Harbor Comics in Edmonton, Alberta.
Japanese publisher Kadokawa has released a bilingual edition of "Sherlock: A Study in Pink," it manga adaptation of the hit BBC television series.
Comic-Con organizers seek a new sponsor for Artists' Alley following the withdrawal of DeviantArt.