…well, if you can raise $679,000.
The long-running comic book store, located on Melrose and La Brea in Los Angeles, has put itself on sale — on eBay. It’s been a Hollywood fixture since 1979, and now you can select the celebrity-frequented shop with the “Add to cart” option. We live in interesting times.
According to a Bleeding Cool report, the sale isn’t an indication of any negative performance on the store’s part, but rather the inclination for the Liebowitz family to pursue other opportunities. Store founder Bill Liebowitz passed away in 2004 at the age of 63, leaving the business to his surviving family.
Our pick for a potential buyer? Nicolas Cage. A whole store for $679k seems like a bargain compared to $1.55 million for one comic, right?