Pullbox Spotlight: Key Collector Comics & Publishers Stepping Up to Support Local Comic Shops…

Key Collector Comics has put out a list of publishers- both large & small- who are doing what they can, above & beyond simply putting out comics… many of them donating significant portions of the money brought in from online orders to the local comic shop of your choice!

Let’s face it, folks, these are some pretty tough times for everyone. But if you think about your local comic shop, they’re getting hit pretty hard from every direction. COVID-19 has everyone shuttered up in their homes, production of comics has slowed down… and in one of the biggest blows to these bastions of private business Diamond distributing has closed their doors.

After seeing this impressive list of publishers stepping up to the plate, we at thePullbox wanted to make sure we did what we could to get that information out into the world… At least, our little corner of it. So take a look at what’s being offered below & think about ordering direct from any of these guys (and there is a lot of fantastic reading material to be found among them).

DC donated $250,000 to Binc, a charitable organization for book retailers including comic book retailers.

Once a day a for the next 60 days, famed artist Jim Lee will be auctioning sketches of DC characters and donating the proceeds to Binc

Click the link to view the ebay page hosting the auction
Half of the dollars spent on purchases made directly in the Scout Comics webstore will be donated to your comic book store of choice
Quarantine Comix– Once or twice a week, the creators of Ice Cream Man will be making PDF mini-comics available to purchase for $1.99 with half of the proceeds donated to Binc
Skottie Young 20% of all sales on Skottie Young’s website will be donated to the Hero Initiative
Joe Benitez– 50% of all sales go to your store of choice.  Enter shop name at checkout
TKO Presents- 50% of sales in the TKO webstore will go to the comic shops that are available
Black Mask Studios
Black Mask Studios– Enter the comic shop of your choice in Special Instructions to send a 50% donation
New comic book publisher Bad Idea donated $25,000 to comic shops. Like them on Twitter
Miami-based comic book publisher, Mad Cave Studios, has created the Comic Book Retailer COVID-19 Relief Fund, with the goal to help out local comic book shops that are struggling in these turbulent times.
How we can support our Comic Book Shops
Boost your local Comic Shop

Marvel and BOOM both created a list of retailers who are still operating in some capacity and what services they are providing.  Check out deals and discounts from a store near you or hundreds of miles away! Tap the links beneath the LOGO of either publisher to see the lists.

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