The Tr!ckster Pop-Up Shop Puts Down Roots In Berkeley, California

It’s been a central location for the last two San Diego Comic Cons. But now the pop-up Tr!ckstercomic book store-and-bar-and-studio-and-lecture-space is going permanent, and moving into Berkeley, California from next month.

 A thousand square foot space will contain both a gallery and a shop, with plans to host art shows, signings and live art events, as well as small workshops, all year long.

The store will be run by Tr!ckster co-founder Anita Coulter, and will focus on selling creator-owned comic book work.

Tr!ckster regular, Steve Niles, will be featured in just such an event on October 13th.

The store will be on 2631 Ashby Avenue. This looks like the place…

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