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Best Comic Book Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2001
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2001 » Consumer Culture » Readers Pick
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Best Comic Book Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2001
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2001 » Consumer Culture » Critics Pick
Oxford Comics & Games
2855 Piedmont Road 404-233-8682 The last reminder of the once-venerable local bookstore chain that bore the "Oxford name, Oxford Comics remains as a colorful, clean and spacious destination for picking up the latest funny books or graphic novels. Typical for any funny book store, the organizationalmore...
2855 Piedmont Road 404-233-8682 The last reminder of the once-venerable local bookstore chain that bore the "Oxford name, Oxford Comics remains as a colorful, clean and spacious destination for picking up the latest funny books or graphic novels. Typical for any funny book store, the organizational system can confuse, but Oxford offers an extensive selection of recent popular issues, obscure self-published titles and hefty reprint volumes. Plus, it's expanded its repertoire to include trading cards, action figures and even cult movies and DVDs for sale or rent. less...

Best Comic Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2000 » Consumer Culture » Readers Pick
Oxford Comics & Games
If back issues of "From Hell" are more your cup of tea than the latest 20 X-Men titles, or if hardback collections of Windsor McKay and Herge mean more to your collection than a DC crossover series, then you need to go to Oxford. It keeps the alternative and regional titles well-stocked and back-stocked,more...
If back issues of "From Hell" are more your cup of tea than the latest 20 X-Men titles, or if hardback collections of Windsor McKay and Herge mean more to your collection than a DC crossover series, then you need to go to Oxford. It keeps the alternative and regional titles well-stocked and back-stocked, as well as maintaining a huge selection of Manga, erotica, gaming resources, toys, posters and ... uh ... oh yeah, even DC and Marvel stuff. less...

Best Comic Store BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2000 » Consumer Culture » Critics Pick
The Comic Co.
Currently in its 18th year, family operated The Comic Co. is every fan- boy-and-girl's dream store. In addition to in-store stock of about 100,000 back issues, it has a subscription service featuring 20 percent discounts with specialized searches for hard-to-find items. And that's to say nothing of itsmore...
Currently in its 18th year, family operated The Comic Co. is every fan- boy-and-girl's dream store. In addition to in-store stock of about 100,000 back issues, it has a subscription service featuring 20 percent discounts with specialized searches for hard-to-find items. And that's to say nothing of its stock of current independent titles and out-of-print classics from defunct publishers like Gold Key and Dell. Throw in an entire floor devoted to gaming and the force is with you. less...
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