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Antarctic Press consents to temporary restraining order in "Wimpy Kid" lawsuit! Date changes for Atomic Comics auction! Interviews with Steve NIles, Jim Salicrup, and Kurtis J. Wiebe and Riley Rossmo! Plus more!
Mesa, Arizona-area stores diversify, expand after Atomic Comics closing! Interviews with Mike Mignola, Jeff Parker, Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder and Joshua Hale Fialkov! Plus more!
Atomic Comics inventory to be sold at auction! The future of Sparkplug Comic Books! Analyzing 1940s comic sales figures! The growth of comiXology! Plus much more!
With the surprise folding of powerhouse Arizona retail chain Atomic Comics, CBR News looks at which comic shops remain standing in the greater Phoenix area for fans to hit up this Wednesday and beyond. [UPDATED w new store info]
Atomic Comics, the nationally known Arizona retail chain, abruptly closed all four locations on Sunday, shocking staff, customers and industry figures alike. ROBOT 6 has a rundown of what we know so far.
Arizona retailer Mike Malve leverages his store's appearance in Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.'s new movie into a Free Comic Book Day drive for new local readers with deals and a brand-new "Dollar Menu" promotion.
Arizona's Atomic Comics recently held a signing featuring Fall Out Boy promoting their new comic, "Fall Out Toy Works." Store owner Mike Malve filed this report on the day's event along with a huge photo gallery.
The proprietor of Arizona's Atomic Comics, Mike Malve shares with CBR a detailed report of his stores' fierce embrace of Free Comic Book Day with Geoff Johns and Sterling Gates.
Atomic Comics owner Mike Malve stops by to tell CBR readers what happened after the Image Founders signing on FCBD, plus we've got a new gallery of pics from the event and...the most collectible set of plates ever?
CBR will celebrate Free Comic Book Day in grand fashion tomorrow, live from the Image Founders signing at Atomic Comics in Phoenix, plus reports on CBR Live from 17 correspondents in nine cities!