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Additional Store Info & Customer Reviews

The Gauntlet Comics and Games

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Product Lines Stocked: New Comics, Back Issue Comics, Manga Comics, Golden Age Comics, Silver Age Comics, Graphic Novels, Magazines, Non-Sports Cards, CCG's, RPG's, Magic, Comic Supplies, Gaming Supplies, T-Shirts/Apparel, Fiction Books, Prints/Posters, Statues/Models, Action Figures, New Toys, Vintage Toys, Anime Videos, DVD/VHS Movies

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8:00 AM
5:00 PM
CLOSED 8:00 AM
6:00 PM
8:00 AM
6:00 PM
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6:00 PM
8:00 AM
6:00 PM
8:00 AM
5:00 PM

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Store Review:
PLEASE NOTE: The views expressed here are not those of THE MASTER LIST, but rather, those of people who have visited the store listed above. Please take all opinions expressed here at the value of what they are: opinions.

  1. I have not met any other store owner that will help you find what you want, and then take the time to research what supplier he has that will get the lowest price. The Gauntlet comics has ordered in several out of print RPG games for me. Just a phenomenal store. [11/11/12]

  2. This is a new store and the selection is limited. I found it to be more gaming-oriented. The comics were sorely lacking and the store seemed empty. As soon as I entered, I asked if manga and anime would be offered. The proprietor was polite and informed me that he PLANS on offering those mediums in the future. (Not a good business plan - shouldn't one have as much product as possible for as many interests as possible BEFORE customers have their first visit? I felt uncomfortable, so I only looked around quickly and saw mostly the latest of American superhero comics (not my passion at all). The reason I felt awkward was because of the bareness of the store and the group of people apparently playing a role-playing game at the back that were watching me. Intially, I was delighted when I read that the small town of Orangeville had a specialty bookstore for graphic novels (we have a few mainstream-offering book stores run by indie entrepreneurs), but I was sorely disappointed in the Gauntlet. I plan on giving it some time to get on it's feet firmly, but really, more planning needed to be put out initially before opening up. Many customers are not as willing to give a store a second-try after their first impression. [7/07/08]




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