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

<p>Suresh Ariatanam</p><p>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.</p><p>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 i...

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