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Free Comic Book Day 2020 to Take Place July 15 through September 9

Free Comic Book Day 2020 to Take Place July 15 through September 9

July 7, 2020

Free Comic Book Day, the comic book industry’s largest annual promotional event, is traditionally scheduled to take place the first Saturday in May each year. However, the impact and spread of COVID-19 prevented the event from being celebrated at its normal time this year. Now, the beloved event has been rescheduled and reworked to take … Read More

Weekly Picks July 6th

Weekly Picks July 6th

July 6, 2020

DAREDEVIL BY MARK WAID Vol 1.  In this beautiful hardcover edition, Daredevil is getting back to his roots, fighting injustice on the streets and in the courts. The Man without Fear takes on police brutality and super-villains alike. Find out why CBR calls this run one of the best of all time.   Mark Waid continues … Read More

Why we are leaving King Louie behind.

Why we are leaving King Louie behind.

June 29, 2020

Since the murder of George Floyd, many white and white-presenting community members have opened our eyes to the horror of systemic racism and anti-blackness. While many of us have been on an antiracist journey for some time, we recognize that our blindspots are still harmful, learning does not end, and we must listen to our … Read More

TravelMag lists Apotheosis as a must stop shop.

TravelMag lists Apotheosis as a must stop shop.

June 22, 2020

12 unique shops and boutiques in St. Louis BY PAUL JOSEPH  |  PUBLISHED JUNE 16, 2020 From high-end department stores to independent boutiques to quirky shops selling handmade local goods, there’s something for every shopping taste in St Louis. Situated in Missouri along the Mississippi River, the city’s retail opportunities are spread throughout its diverse neighborhoods, with … Read More

Personal Reflections this Juneteenth.

Personal Reflections this Juneteenth.

June 19, 2020

I’ve been thinking a lot about this scene from Marvel’s 2003 Truth: Red, White & Black written by Robert Morales and drawn by Kyle Baker. It’s the story of the Black servicemen the US Government experimented the super-soldier serum on before they gave it to Steve Rogers. It’s a really great story that brings some … Read More

“I absolutely love this place. Great selection of new comics and back issues, and they even know your name when you go to pick up your comics. A place where anyone can go and not feel like they are being judged for their purchases unlike other places. A welcoming, local shop with new, awesome items to look at every single time you go in and that even supports local artists – what more could you possibly ask for?”

Paul