New comics store is pretty sketchy — in a good way

Photo by Lincoln Anderson Mike Novo, co-owner of Carmine Street Comics.

Photo by Lincoln Anderson
Mike Novo, co-owner of Carmine Street Comics.

TV-VlitThe West Village recently welcomed Carmine Street Comics to the neighborhood. Co-owned by Mike Novo and Jonn Gorga, the city’s first comic book store that also houses an open comics studio. Every day, a different comic book illustrator sits at the storefront in a little “studio” of their own, and customers can commission them to make a sketch, portrait or an entire comic. Carmine Street Comics shares a space with Unoppressive Non-Imperialist Bargain Books, which is owned by Jim Drougas, at 34 Carmine St. For more information, check out
www.carminestreetcomics.com.

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