It was kind of amusing to see the comments about the business end of Rulette’s shop. Like, the cost of living is lower in Kansas, I remember days in the old comic shop where $50 was the profit for the entire day & we were happy to get it. People find ways to get by. The actual comic day pretty much made the entire week & anything else was a bonus. That’s why there aren’t many comic shops left around in little towns. It’s tough to make the numbers. It was one thing in the 90s when people were nuts for comics, trying to make millions reselling them. Now, you’re just selling comics on the side while really being the place where people get adult children’s toys and funko pops. At least that’s my understanding. I haven’t seen a comic shop in the wild in almost 20 years. This is just me going on what I’ve read.