Where Are We in CLT? Heroes Aren’t Hard to Findby The Biscuit Staff on August 13, 2019
Last Friday, we featured a self-portrait of Charlotte artist, Dustin Harbin, in a mural he painted inside Free Range Brewery. So, it seems on the money to share a photo of Spider-Man & Doc Ock engaged in an epic battle inside Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find, the Charlotte comic book emporium where Dustin used to work.
Charlotte’s friendly neighborhood comic shop was first opened in 1980 by 26-year-old Shelton Drum and founded HeroesCon in 1982, one of the longest-running and most respected comic book conventions in the country. If you haven’t hit this “O.G. CLT” treasure yet, swing on by … especially on Wednesdays. That’s new comic book day.
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