Governor Wolf’s Stay-at-Home order was updated on Friday, March 27 allowing for the continuation of internet-only operations (and also to state that public-facing businesses must remain closed through, at least, April 30). So, we are now able to once again fulfill orders made over this site. That said, in order to limit the number of trips to the post office, there may be a slightly longer time lag than the longstanding Copacetic norm. Rather than all orders being processed within 48 hours, as previously, we will now state that all orders placed over this site will be processed within 5 business days.
We will continue to do our best to keep the listings current and refreshed with new releases, but we are still facing a number of logistical challenges as to sourcing and delivery that we are working to overcome.
Also, PLEASE NOTE: The compiler on the Copacetic Search at the top right of every page recently stopped working, and as a result, listings from the past several months will NOT be returned in search results. So, please check out the JUST IN and COMICS (and any others, of course) links at the top of the page to see whether any of the new releases you may be looking for are available yet at Copacetic and/or just to see what's new. We apologize for this inconvenience and are working to address the problem.
We hope everyone is continuing to take all the recommended precautions. Once again, here’s the Harvard Medical School Coronavirus Resource Center, which is being continually updated:
And here's a peek at the nascent chaos that is currently ensuing on the third floor of 3138 Dobson as the shop is now slowly being transformed into our base of mail order operations.