Gosh! Opposite the British Museum on Great Russell Street in London

When Gotham City's residents required extraordinary aid, they would beam into the sky a stylised bat motif, representative of their superhero guardian, Batman. Opposite the British Museum on Great Russell Street in London, a similar beacon hangs outside Gosh!--a calling card for those who might seek refuge from the crowds of tourists that fill the surrounding area.

Opened in 1986, over two floors (650 sq ft), Gosh! was established primarily as a back issues comic supplier. The shop then underwent a series of transformations, first adding new-issue comics to its arsenal; then (over the past...

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