1015 West Lancaster Ave.
Bryn Mawr, PA. 19010
Manager: Chris Cooke
Open: 10am-7pm Mon,Tue,Thur
and 11:30 -6 Sunday
631 South Chester Road
Swarthmore, Pa, 19081
Manager: Mike Clark
Monday to Thursday, 10am-9:00pm
Sundays from 11:00am-6pm
The Bryn Mawr store uses it's larger space to specialize in back issues, with huge bins of comics up stairs, rows of collectors items on the walls, and a basement warehouse with thousands of books. Bryn Mawr also has a huge selection of Manga, RPG's, and Boardgames.
Late night Wargaming on Wednesdays, Heroclix and Friday Night Magic on Friday's, Warhammer and Painting on Saturdays, and Magic The Gathering and other games on Sundays.
This location has several gaming tables, and a back room gaming area.
The Swarthmore store is located at 631 S Chester Rd, Swarthmore. The Swarthmore store specializes in table top wargames, modeling, and painting supplies. Plenty of tables for gaming inside the store. Full lines of Warhammer, Flames of War, Warmachine, Malifaux, Avatars of War, and many other miniature games. We also carry the things you need to build those armies -Tools from GF9, 5 paint racks, Army Painter sprays, MicroArtStudio bases, sculpting tools, foam cutters, and custom carrying cases from BattleFoam, Sabol, and Games Workshop.
I remember buying my first comics at a garage sale. Got a big pile for the high price of 3 for a nickel ! Flash, and Green Lantern were my favorites, so I grabbed all of them, and this one was in there. And like every other kid in the universe, someone tossed out my comics a couple of years later! But I got this one back, only 20 years later, and it's what I named my first store after. This was a great series. They introduced new characters, who sometimes got their own series. Flash appeared in #4, came back for #8, then #13, #14, and then got his own series starting with Flash #105. Why 105 and not #1? Well, there was another Flash, Jay Garrick, and back in the 1940's he was the fastest man alive for 104 issues of Flash Comics, sharing the book with Hawkman early on. So Barry Allen picked up the numbering where Jay Garrick left off. The two would even meet up with each other in the ground breaking story "Flash of Two Worlds" in issue # 123. I'm still looking for a real good copy of that one!