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Jim Hanley's Universe - New York

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Product Lines Stocked: New Comics, Back Issue Comics, Small Press Comics, Imported Comics, Manga Comics, Golden Age Comics, Silver Age Comics, Graphic Novels, TPB's, Magazines, CCG's, Pokemon, Comic Supplies, T-Shirts/Apparel, Prints/Posters, Statues/Models, Action Figures, New Toys, Mini-Comics

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We have the least mediocre comics store that we are aware of, but we don't get around much.

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. The back issue selection is nowhere near the greatest in the city, but it is worth checking out at least once. The staff's level of helpfulness depends on which staff member you talk to (once took ten minutes to ring up 8 comics because the clerk was involved in a conversation). [8/04/08]

  2. Very cool store, if confusing at first. The most noticable thing about it is that it is very commercial, presumably to appeal to the large traffic of non-collctors who must come through (it is located across from the empire state building): t-shirts line all of one of their large walls, and they seem to have 2/3 of their space dedicated to tradepaperbacks. New comics seem almost hidden amongst the store. The back issue bins have been picked at (very little of interest, and out of order). They have a cool adult section in a room at the back. A glass case packed with statues at the back, and two cases at the front with busts. A few noteworthy wall books. A small secton for DVDs, and a little wall space dedicatd to toys. The staff seemed very friendly, and cool to talk to, but it was hard to snag one to help me find some things. Worth a visit.

  3. Huge store with EXCELLENT selection. Almost ALL books on shelves (at cover price). The down-side, is that sometimes comics can get a little worn with so many people/comics coming through. A lot of talent signings come through here, but the best part of the store is by far the amazing selection of independent, and mini-comics. Worth a trip into the city just to browse. A+

  4. Superbly well-stocked store with excellent location (Right across from the south face of the Empire State Building). Layout is confusing for first-timers; often titles will be stocked by creator name, or one creator's titles will all be lumped alphabetically with the most famous of that creator's works; but it's a system that rewards extended browsing and creator loyalty. Large space, but it can become crowded and noisy (especially with arcade games in back room). Stocks almost every comic on the planet, though they can and do sell out of some articles (hey, it happens).The employees generally helpful and friendly, although peak hours can spread them thin. Overall, an excellent store with its sheer size creating most of its minor flaws.




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