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Owner Joe Field talks with us about the origins and growth of Flying Colors, and the challenges facing the 27-year-old store.
This week ROBOT 6 pays a visit to the Forbidden Planet store in Birmingham, which manager Nicki Root compares to the TARDIS -- bigger on the inside.
ROBOT 6 heads north to Roseville, Minnesota, for a visit to the cavernous Source Comics and Games.
Co-owner Marc Hammond provides a tour of Aw Yeah Comics in Harrison, New York, the newest store in the chain he founded with Franco Aureliani and Art Baltazar.
This week Store Tour pays a visit to Excellent Adventures in Ballston Spa, New York, which specializes in back issues.
ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" heads to Florida for the holidays with a stop by Coliseum of Comics near the Mall at Millenia in Orlando.
This week, ROBOT 6 heads to Austin, Texas, for a virtual tour of seven-year-old Tribe Comics & Games.
For this week's "Store Tour," we head to Aberdeen, Scotland's Asylum Books and Games, the northernmost comic shop in the United Kingdom.
ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" pays a visit to Distant Planet Comics & Collectibles, which opened earlier this year in Columbia, Missouri.
ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" swings by London's Gosh! Comics, which manager Andrew Salmond says "is always striving to bring comics to a new audience."
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.
Co-owner Steve Henderson discusses how he and his partner transformed a struggling used-book store into a comic store.
This week ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" pulls into Portland, Maine, for a visit to Casablanca Comics, which calls itself "Maine's Coolest Comics Store."
Keith's Comics co-owner Keith Colvin shares with "Store Tour" some of the secrets to staying in business for 26 years.
Owner David Seigler reveals to ROBOT 6 how a hostage situation, and a suggestion from a therapist, led him to turn his love of comics into a business.
Take a tour of Little Island Comics, the spinoff of Toronto's renowned store The Beguiling devoted entirely to comics for children and teens.
ROBOT 6's Store Tour heads to New York City for a visit with JHU Comic Books, which "rose out of the ashes" of the famed Jim Hanley's Universe.
ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" makes a stop in Cleveland at Carol and John's Comic Book Shop, which was opened in 1990 by John Dudas and his mother Carol Cazzarin.
A swing through Lubbock, Texas, brings ROBOT 6 to Star Comics, where owner Robert Mora talks about growing up in the store, and what he learns from customers.
ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" pulls into Ottawa, where owner Rob Zedic explains how Myths, Legends & Heroes became "Jason Momoa’s comic shop of choice."