Thursday, October 2, 2008

Third Coast Comics in the Loyola Phoenix

Third Coast Comics - Diversions

Yes America, you can run a comic shop in a way that defies what we have learned about comics shops from the 70's to the Simpsons.

A week ago the Loyola Phoenix stopped by interviewed me. I did my best to communicate our mission without specifically calling out those who haven't really figured it out or the big boxes who sort of almost have it right. Opening a brink and Mortar may seem nuts to some folks I think we can turn out good stuff. The Loyola Community might think so soon after they have the Third Coast Comics Experience.


Unknown said...

Terry- thank you for all that you do, the next time i'm in the windy (which... truthfully will probably be never) I'm stopping by. speaking from a fan who hasn't quite graduated to fanboy status, you're providing exactly what i've always wanted in a comic book store relationship. no more stares as I bring up a stack of Joss Whedon penned books. no more silent judgment when I ask if there's any news on Kevin Smith, or Jeff Smith or any other writer I enjoy who I suppose is considered uncool. It's a joy that you're doing this, I hope you don't get hit too hard by this financial mess, godspeed sir, continue to do good work!

Kevin Kery

Unknown said...

Thank you Kevin!