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Comic Book Stores in the Hudson Valley



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Comic Book Stores in the Hudson Valley

Comic book stores are an awesome way to get your kids interested in reading. They're easy to read and kids can see the action right there on the page. They can also graduate to graphic novels. Plus, they are full of people who love to get lost in a good read.

HVP has rounded up a list of comic book stores just for you. Support local business and check them out. Your kids will thank you for it.

Rock Ledge Plaza, 1164 Rte 9G, Ste 6, Hyde Park. (845) 233-4234
They have a huge selection of comic books, a Pokémon League, lessons for learning to play Pokémon, Magic the Gathering or MHA TCG's. The owner is super knowledgeable, sets up artist appearances and book signings, and lots more.

15 East Market St., Rhinebeck.
Old and new comics, graphic novels, role playing games, posters, t-shirts and toys and supplies.

246 Main St. Ste #5, New Paltz. 1-845-255-1115
Comic Book Store dealing in New Comics, Graphic Novels, Trading Card Games, RPGs, Toys, and the largest back issue section in the Hudson Valley.


441 East Main St, Middletown. 1-800-743-9205
Between the store and their sister company, Neatstuff Collectibles, Sparkle City spends millions and millions of dollars every year buying ALL sizes and types of comic books, comic art collections, and even entire comic warehouses. They are true collectors, so they understand the personal attachment and financial investment you are likely to have made in your special and unique collection. They indisputably offer the finest prompt and true personal service of anyone in our field.  

319 Wall Street, Unit 1, Kingston. (845) 689-4793
They offer a wide selection of comics, graphic novels, manga, and games -- as well as a growing selection of indie comics and zines, many from local creators. We also have a curated selection of prose books and gifts. We have a large game room as well, in which we host regular gaming events (board games, RPGs, TCGs, and wargaming) as well as special movie viewings, queer gaming events, and more. 

175 Broadway, Port Ewen. (845) 616-5473
They hold tournaments every day of the week! Check out their Facebook page for an event schedule! Carrying current comics, comic supplies, Yu-Gi-Oh, Magic the Gathering, & Pokémon cards.

34-36 Front St, Port Jervis. (845) 856-1866
Comics, Cards, Collectibles - All your nerdy needs!



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