People can get dismissive of "kids' comics," but have you READ Marvel's Oz adaptations, just as a f'r instance? Smart retailers know that comics are books, and you can and should sell to kids AND adults at the same time. Read all about it at icv2.com.
Kudos to Jenn Haines at The Dragon in Guelph, Ontario. She's pretty self-aware after 18 years in business, and knows what she's done right, and done wrong.
You can read all about it at icv2.com, in the launch of "Business 3x3," a new column in which business-savvy peeps share three things they've done right and three things they've done wrong, so we can ALL learn a little sumpthin'.
Places such as Independence Hall and the Billy Goat Tavern might seem played out, but there's a reason they seem that way: Because they're infinitely cool and millions of people love them. With good reason.
Check out the 10 iconic travel destinations you simply MUST hit on your travels, courtesy the good folks at Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection.
With all due respect to the Spider-Men and Batmans of the world, here's a comic that MATTERS.
Writer Joshua Dysart spent five days in Iraq with the United Nations' World Food Program, telling the crucial story of the horrors of Da'esh, and the life-saving work that the WFP is doing in feeding hundreds of thousands of refugees from the bloody conflict. His research has resulted in a 35-page comic that's serialized at Huffington Post, and you can reach the first chapter here.