4600 Jason St.
Denver, CO 80211
Chuck Rozanski, founder and president of Mile High Comics, started the business out of his home in 1969. Since that time, Mile High Comics has grown into one of the most well-known and highly trafficked stores in the Denver area. Along with its 45,000 square foot retail shop, the store also publishes much of its inventory on its website, so you can find what you're looking for before going to the store. Staff members are as passionate about comic books as the owner, so they can help you find what you need and make suggestions if you're not quite sure what to buy. Mile High Comics boasts over five million titles in its inventory making it easy to spend the better portion of your day perusing.
1020 W. 104th Ave.
Northglenn, CO 80234
I Want More Comics is a popular spot for collectors of all types, partly because of its extensive selection of titles. The employees are friendly and willing to help you locate your book. They will gladly answer any questions you may have as well. I Want More Comics also has an online shop and an eBay store for those who want to peruse without heading up to Northglenn. Inside the store, merchandise is well organized, making all of your favorites easier to find, but if you're having trouble, you can count on the employees.
2 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Blending a coffee shop, bookstore, music store and comic book store seems challenging, but Mutiny Information Cafe has done so in a seamless manner. Its comic book selection features many older titles, and it's very well organized for ease of browsing. The shop also features manga, graphic novels and more, and you can peruse its selection of books and vinyl while you're there. If you're the type who enjoys reading comic books, you can kick back and take in your new purchase while enjoying a cup of joe.
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1250 S. Abiliene St.
Aurora, CO 80012
This Aurora staple has been serving the needs of collectors for over 25 years. It is a buy, sell and trade shop, where you can find coins, cards, comics and much more. The shop carries an abundance of new and older titles, and you can check its eBay shop for things you might not find in the store. All C's Collectibles also hosts gaming events for those who enjoy a little friendly competition. Receiving new titles every Wednesday, this store can be a weekly stop, or you can swing by when it fits into your schedule. Be sure to hit up the website first to see what's new that week.
8757 Sheridan Blvd.
Westminster, CO 80003
Those who enjoy new comic books and collectibles, such as action figures and posters, should give Hero Headquarters a visit. The shop itself is well organized, with new comics located separately from back issues. The owner is very knowledgeable about many different series and will answer your questions honestly. He is familiar with the inventory and will gladly make suggestions to customers who are looking for something new or different. Parents should be sure to check with employees about whether or not certain series are appropriate for kids, as the shop does carry some series that are more geared toward adult readers.
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