>Strange Adventures owner Calum Johnston doesnt want to move his comic shop. Its been in the same spot since 1995. People use us as a landmark. I mean, its taken a long time, its taken a lot of advertising, its taken a lot of word of mouth...but I really think thats valuable. Id hate to leave this area. Because people know were here, says Johnston, of the stores cozy home at 5262 Sackville. Its also possible the shop wont move at all. The building that houses the store (as well as Taz Records) is currently up for sale for about $1.5 million. Itd be nice if somebody did buy it and just wanted to keep it as is, says Johnston. But, he adds, in case that doesnt happen, I dont want to be under the gun and have to find a new place, and then go into something that Im not really happy with. So were...keeping our eyes open. Johnstons currently scouting for an affordable new home for the shop, preferably in the Halifax downtown core, just in case a move does become necessary. I like the area and think that independent local businesses are an essential part of a diverse downtown in a great city, says Johnston. Got just the spot? Call 425-2140. Or, better yet, cash in that mint copy of Action Comics #1 youve got kicking around, buy the building and help your local dealer stay put. Its comic karma, baby.