Chapel Hill Comics has been a major comic book presence in North Carolina. But no more it seems. Owner Ryan Kulikowski wrote to his customers,
To the Chapel Hill Comics Community,
I wanted to share my deepest gratitude on behalf of our store for your support and patronage over the last decade. Sadly, Chapel Hill Comics will be closing its doors at the end of March.
We would like to thank all of our customers for their business, but more importantly, for the relationships we built with you! We also truly enjoyed working with the universities, libraries, community organizations, and businesses in the area. In particular, we would like to express our appreciation to Ultimate Comics Durham/Chapel Hill, The Baxter, Flyleaf Books, Acme Comics, Ssalefish Comics and Arkham Comix for all their support and for including us in the best comic nerd community in the country!
To my staff (past and present): You are amazing. Thank you for all the hard work you have done to provide a great experience for our customers. I have been very lucky to have you at the shop and as part of my life.
Orders for new comics will end in the coming weeks and subscribers will be notified in their “pull folder.” We will no longer be buying any comics or graphic novels brought in for cash or credit. We will begin clearing inventory immediately, so you may find exceptional deals in our great selection.
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