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Unwind from the Mundane Routine in These 3 Charlotte Comic Book Store

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CHARLOTTE, NC- Getting in touch with your inner child may be the perfect way to unwind from the mundane routine. Grab some comic books from these local stores in Charlotte and get ready to be immersed in the exciting character.

Reading comic books may be perfect activity in the leisure time of summer. If you are looking for a new adventure fiction to embark with or just cooling down to avoid the extreme heat, make your way to these comic books store in Charlotte:

1. Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find

Just like its name, complete editions of your favorite comic books are not hard to find in this bookstore. Located at 417 Pecan Avenue, this store has an extensive collection of comic books. If you are looking for graphic novels, manga, and other older issue comics, you may find what you’ve been looking for here. Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find provides a family-friendly atmosphere and knowledgeable staff who are also passionate about comic books.

2. Rebel Base Comics and Toys

Located on 701 S Sharon Amity Rd Suite C, Rebel Base Comics and Toys has been Charlotteeans’ go-to place when it comes to comic books and collectibles. Opened in 1994, this store has a wide variety of old and new comics such as Marvel, DC, IDW, Dark Horse, and other classic titles. You can also find vintage toys to complete your series of collectibles.

3. Spandex City Comics

If you ever swing by to Northwest Charlotte, make your time to visit Spandex City Comics on 2914 Mt Holly-Huntersville Rd, Charlotte. This store offers comics and ice cream that you can enjoy while reading the newest edition. In addition to comic books, Spandex City also has graphic novels, games, collectibles, games, and apparel.

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