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Book'n

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Book'n carries a lot of new, old, and rare comics and books. They mostly have used books and comics. You'll never know what you will find in there! I found an old Felix the Cat comic book in there, wow! The place is pretty dusty, I don't think they clean it that often but it's a used book store so I don't expect it! The couple that works there are pretty quiet, but they're willing to help you look for stuff and they'll call you if they ever find anything that you're looking for and they will actually hold stuff for you. They find some rare stuff for sure! I found a 1960s copy of The Complete Edgar Allan Poe in there, a 1968 paper back of a Houdini biography by Gresham (for $2!!), and some original 1950s prints of the Trixie Belden mystery series (all under $5). They've got The Punisher, X-Men, Wolverine, Spiderman, Batman, The Incredible Hulk, you name it. [10/25/06]



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