VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP) — Andre Oliver recalls the years toward the end of his time in the United States Air Force — a time he spent going to comic book stores to analyze how they were managed and how the owners treated people who came through the door.
He was looking to start his own comic book shop and wanted to see what worked and what didn’t, eventually opening the doors to Kool Comics in 2002.
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