Stores buying more comics in 2016
Diamond Comic Distributors reported that the number of stores ordering comics from the company had risen 2.7 percent so far this year. It also noted that it shipped a record number of comics in June.
Chip-card flaw found
Computer security researchers at payment technology company NCR said they found a flaw in chip-based credit cards issued in the U.S.
The chip cards, which are “dipped” into card readers r...
World's largest model train store is closing
Caboose Hobbies in Denver, reputedly the largest model-train store in the world, shut its doors for good on Sept. 25, and the owners said they planned to retire.
The store lost its lease at its curr...
Asmodee to acquire F2Z Entertainment
Asmodee announced July 22 that it had entered into exclusive discussions to acquire F2Z Entertainment Inc.
Over the last two years, Asmodee has acquired the rights to Days of Wonder and Fantasy Flig...
Store celebrates 35th anniversary
Scott’s Toys and Hobbies in Duncan, B.C., is celebrating 35 years in business.
The store, located on scenic Vancouver Island, proudly boasts of being “Your one-stop-shop for all your trai...
HMA’s MRID Council honors awards recipients
The 2016 recipients of the Hall of Fame and Bobbye Hall Awards received their recognition plaques from the HMA’s Model Railroad Industry Division (MRID) Council on July 10. The ceremony was held...