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Double Midnight Comics

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Product Lines Stocked: New Comics, Back Issue Comics, Small Press Comics, Silver Age Comics, Graphic Novels, TPB's, CCG's, RPG's, Pokemon, Magic, Comic Supplies, Gaming Supplies, T-Shirts/Apparel, Prints/Posters, Statues/Models, Action Figures

Online Order Capabilities: Yes, via Email

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover

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Owner/Employee Info/Comments:
Double Midnight is NH's newest comic book specialty store specializing in new and back issue comics, trade paperbacks, collectible card games, action figures, used books and movies. Join us on weekends for tournaments!

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. A great place to shop if you are in the area. I always find a shop or two when making a long trip and this place is always worth the effort (except maybe during gaming tournaments). A great selection of new issues and reasonably priced back issues. Another reviewer commented on the condition of a back issue....I find the guys are always willing to open a bag and discuss condition and price. [10/25/06]

  2. You know, I have to disagree with this guy. I only occasionally show up to this store, and have nothing but great experiences everytime I shop there. I don't go enough for them to remember my name, but everytime I go, they remember what I like, and have on rare occasion suggested newer or older books which they've thought that I'd like. I'm sure that his creased corner and overpriced issue of X-men was a once in a lifetime occurence that shouldn't be held against a good store that only wants to sell good comics at good prices.

  3. They have a good selection of comic books. Not as many as other comic businesses in the same city, but their prices are hard to beat (even with a stick). Their back issue selection, from what I could see, consisted of the Main 3 comic companies. Many of their books have backing boards, and one of the employees told me that they have a subscription service: All of your titles are bagged and boarded for your pleasure. They're nice people, and are the kind who would talk to kids about comics even if they knew that the kids weren't going to buy anything. That said though, they will cut a conversation short in order to help a customer. For Magic card players, there is a large game area, and they have a good size selection of autographed comic books by people like Jim Lee, Sean Chen, and Kevin Smith. I can't stress enough how good this place is.

  4. I posted the first review. While I had good things to say then, when they had first opened, I now have a better perspective on the place. They have a good selection (but incredibly high prices: They were selling Uncanny X-Men #395 for 2.75 when there was a long crease on the corner, and not to mention it was 50 cents more for an issue that came out only a few years ago), and many new issue shelves for big and small companies alike. Watch out when dealing with them in the selling of old issues because their definition of "store credit" is "401K plan". If they buy a $30 comic from you with store credit, it means that if you buy a $60 issue from them, you pay $30; only 50% of purchases can be store credit. What a rip. Bottom line: Cleanliness/10, Employees/8, Selection/7, Prices and overall buying practices/4. Total: 29/40.

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