A Houston Comic Book Store Filed a Lawsuit in Comic Form

A Houston Comic Book Store Filed a Lawsuit in Comic Form

Comic Book Store Files Lawsuit in Comic FormWhat’s going on? Third Planet Sci-Fi Superstore, a comic book store in Houston, filed a lawsuit against the nearby Crowne Plaza River Oaks, claiming that the hotel’s guests keep throwing objects such as fire extinguishers and dishes from balconies onto the store’s roof, necessitating costly repairs. But the weird part is what the pleading from the store looks like. Okay, I’ll bite. What does it look like? See for yourself, courtesy of the Houston Chronicle, which first reported the story (scroll down to page six): They filed the lawsuit as … a comic book? Sure enough. Artists Michael Charles, Maurice Terry Jr., Michael Brooks, and Benjamin Carbonero of Bad Cog Studios illustrated the 24-page comic at the request of Third Planet owner T.J. Johnson and…View Original Post

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