Collector's Edition | Park Hill | Comic book stores | Shopping
This former McDonald's (complete with drive-thru window) is one of Arkansas's oldest comic book stores and offers much the same fare as its sister shop The Comic Book Store. Notable titles on display include "The Librarian" (faster than an impending overdue fee, more thorough than the Dewey Decimal System), "Black Panther" (a beefed up Bobby Seale, perhaps), and "Obamouse" (exactly what it sounds like). There is also a selection of dime store pulp novels from the 1940s and '50s for $5 each. Be sure to check the magazine rack for "New Growing Antlers," a fine homebrewed work by local writer Michael Inscoe and illustrator Phillip Huddleston.


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