Kincardine, Canada, October 16, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- There’s a place on the internet where consumers can now go to get their fix for Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, or any other type of graphic novel they want at prices lower than retail, all from the comfort of their own home.
That place is called Graphic Novel Depot.
The site is the brainchild of former comic book and graphic novel publisher Mike Gagnon, and has earned a growing customer base since its launch in March of 2007.
Pop culture fans from all over the world can come to the site and select from one of the largest and most comprehensive inventories of graphic novels, essentially large comic books, in the world. The site also offers books related to the comic industry and a huge inventory of hot collectibles such as character busts, action figures, posters and more.
Gagnon has a particular interest in serving graphic novel fans that live in rural communities that may not have a local comic retailer. The owner explains: “When I moved from Toronto to where I live now, I was suddenly cut-off from a hobby I had been enjoying all of my life. The nearest comic shop was an hour away, and was very small with a very limited selection. To find a shop with a decent selection I’d have to drive two hours away to London, or three hours away to Toronto. The Graphic Novel Depot site seems to have become the perfect solution for fans in the same situation, and I enjoy using the site myself to add to my own collection.”
Gagnon added: “The site has helped to fill a demand in the industry for collectors who don’t have a retailer in their local area. New customers who have tried the site have been happy with their experiences and we find most people who give it a try keep coming back for their future purchases.”
Part of the reason for so much repeat business has been an emphasis on customer service and support, which Gagnon states is one of the number one priorities of the business. Gagnon personally oversees that every transaction results in customer satisfaction.
Website visitors who send in opinions on how to improve the site or point out something missing in the collection also get their name entered into a random monthly draw for free products from the website.
You can find the website for Graphic Novel Depot at www.graphicnoveldepot.com and explore the expansive database of graphic novels and collectibles at your own leisure from the comfort of your own home.