BOOM! Studios has announced the Discover Your Comic Store Tour, which will kick off this month across comic stores across the country to engage with customers and talk face-to-face with store staff to better identify opportunities and challenges facing comic shops in 2018.

Direct Market Representative, Morgan Perry, will attend all of the events along with special gues, exclusive variants, and limited edition merchandise.

The current schedule for the BOOM! Guarantee Tour includes:

May 2018
Cards, Comics & Collectibles
Date: Saturday, May 5 (Free Comic Book Day)
Address: 51 Main St, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Time: 10AM-7PM
Guest(s): Ryan Parrott, Christine Larsen, Filip Sablik

The Comic Book Shop!
Date: Sunday, May 6
Address: 1855 Marsh Rd, Wilmington, DE 19810
Time: 12-5PM

Brave New Worlds
Date: Monday, May 7
Address: 55 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Time: 12-4PM

June 2018
TBA Stops in North Carolina and South Carolina

July 2018
TBA Stops in California

August 2018
TBA Stops in Michigan

“BOOM! Studios prides itself on being the best partner in the industry to comic retailers– and that success begins with putting ourselves in their shoes so we can learn directly from the same people who’ve driven comic books to such incredible success,” said Filip Sablik, President of Publishing and Marketing, BOOM! Studios. “Morgan is uniquely qualified to work with retailers on the ground, given her years of success in one of the most competitive comics retail markets in the country. We’re excited to hear what she learns from these visits to such a diverse array of stores in 2018 and beyond so we can continue putting comic shops first.”

If you were able to attend the first three, let us know what your reactions to the talking tour were like. For those who seem to have a real beef with the industry, this could be a great time to let a publisher know what you like and don’t like about their products.

via BOOM! Studios


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