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CityGuide - 6 comic shops to supersize your summer

Stock up on the latest titles at these local shops

Whether Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has you interested in the Justice League or Captain America: Civil War has you swooning over a new Avenger, ’tis the season to get into comics. Thankfully, Atlanta’s packed with great shops that will keep you up to date on the latest titles — just don’t forget to check out the smaller publishers. They’ve got some knockouts.

 

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Located inside North Dekalb Mall, Challenges offers a wide selection of comics as well as a space for tabletop gaming enthusiasts to play and connect. | more...

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Criminal Records offers comic books, underground magazines, and acres of new and used CDs and vinyl. Its in-store concerts are legendary. | more...

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My Parents’ Basement is a neighborhood eatery started by three friends who love beer, thoughtful food and comic books and have a heroic desire to give Avondale Estates an original, delicious beer bar and an epic comic book store. The guys began as a humble pop-up shop before launching their brick-an... | more...

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This no-nonsense comic shop has served Atlanta for more than 30 years with a massive range of domestic and imported books, games, and trading cards. | more...

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This friendly Sandy Springs comic shop stocks new and old comics and collectors items. It also hosts tabletop gaming events. | more...

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We have been serving the city for over 30 years! Mike, Katie, Jay, and Leo have over 40 years of combined experience in the industry. With a brand new location and enthusiastic staff, Smyrna’s comic and games future has never looked so good! | more...


 



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