Thursday, January 15, 2009

Top Cow's $2.99 in 2009 featured in Colorado Springs Gazette

Comic book shops - home to high-flying heroes and colorful adventures - appear to be weathering the economic crisis better than many retailers.

"The conventional wisdom has long been that comics do well in a bad economy in that they are relatively cheap entertainment and they're escapism," said Mike Coco, manager of Bargain Comics in downtown Colorado Springs. In fact, comics first rose to popularity during the Great Depression.


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