TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — On busy Kennedy Boulevard across from the University of Tampa athletic fields, three large black flags emblazoned with “tattoo” flap in the wind outside a nondescript building . It’s the only indication that inside the shop, one of the world’s most famous movie stars has fulfilled his dream of bringing a tattoo club to life.
Once inside, the name is revealed: DC Society Ink. Set in bold capital letters against a charcoal brick wall with red backlighting, the logo resembles the cover of a comic book. That’s good, since the store is the brainchild of Marvel actor Dave Bautista.
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