5920 Roswell Road
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Aside from Teahouse Comics having a physical store and address, the company also has a Teahouse Comics eBay Store and a Teahouse Comics Amazon Store. You can also sign up on the Facebook page. Although the store does have some action figures and toys, Teahouse Comics is all about comic books. It receives its new shipments of comics each Wednesday. Can’t find what you’re looking for? No problem. The staff will order it for you and contact you when it’s received. It’s worth the trip to Teahouse Comics.
2512 Cobb Parkway
Smyrna, GA 30080
www.titangamesandcomics.com For 25 years now, Titan Smyrna has been a member of this community. Combined, Mike, Katie, Daniel and Jay have over 30 years experience in this type of business. Titan Smyrna offers a weekly newsletter that you may subscribe to. The newsletter goes out every Sunday and gives you a heads up as to what is being released the following week. Just sign up with your email address, and you’re good to go.
1154-A Euclid Ave. N.E.
Atlanta GA 30307
criminalatl.com Criminal Records is located in the Little 5 Points area. The store carries the “old time” vinyl records, CD’s, cassettes, but it also has one of the best comic archives in the whole city of Atlanta. Criminal Records also does the Free Comic Book Day. A whole wall is usually dedicated to this event, and normally there is a two book limit. Come on in and experience the ambiance and intimacy of this shop. You’ll become a regular once you visit.
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3073 N. Druid Hills Road
Decatur, GA 30033
www.booknookbookstoredecaturga.com Book Nook has been open in Decatur, Ga. since 1973. The store buys, sells and trades all sorts of media, from novels to music, and yes, the store has a great assortment of comic books. In fact, Book Nook offers a full service comic book store complete with new, used and rare comic books and even toys and figurines of your favorites. Check out Book Nook, and you just might stumble across something unique.
22 N. Avondale Road
Avondale Estates, GA 30002
Three friends who like beer, great food and comic books started My Parents Basement first as a pop-up shop. Then opened their actual brick and mortar shop in 2015. MPB tries to appeal to all veteran comic book readers and newbies alike. If you are looking for something in particular and can’t find it, stop in and tell the staff about it. They can special order what you’re searching for. Check out the website and see what events are due to take place.
3372 Canton Road
Marietta, GA 30066
A short drive just a little north of Atlanta is the largest comic book store in Cobb County. Dr. No’s was opened in 1977. Current owner, Cliff, took over the store in 1982. Every Wednesday at 11:00 am, the new comic books arrive at Dr. No’s. Get the latest on your favorite characters, and browse around to find some new favorite characters as well.