This past weekend I went to Athens, Georgia, with my girlfriend to see the sights. We spent a good bit of time in downtown Athens, near the University of Georgia campus, which was overrun with graduates and their families in town for a weekend of graduation ceremonies. Amid our sightseeing, we stumbled upon Bizarro-Wuxtrey, a comic book and record store that truly lives up to its name.
The first floor of the shop is Wuxtrey Records, a record shop that, due to Virus-related capacity restrictions, we were not able to browse. The second floor is—like Bizarro Superman—the comic book section. It was the classic comic book store, complete with an overweight, older gentleman with long hair and a beard manning the shabby little counter. The store features several rooms of comics and old magazines, including back issues of old niche magazines dedicated to sci-fi flicks and movie monsters.
Amid the stacks of new arrivals I found the subject of this post: the black-and-white reissue of the 1990s graphic novel Dracula: Vlad the Impaler.