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      CommentAuthorcurb
    • CommentTimeMar 5th 2008
     (1099.41)
    Hope Britain treated you well overall, Matt. I bet I know which guy in Dave's you mean. Yeah, that guy. Next time I'm in there, he's going to get the frowning of a lifetime!
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      CommentAuthorTed
    • CommentTimeMar 6th 2008
     (1099.42)
    I now get my comics from Millennium Comics in Nottingham. I live nowhere near, but the postal service is first-rate, and the customer service unparalleled amongst all stores I've been to, even including my old, closed, beloved Travelling Man.

    If you're in Nottingham, give Millennium a try. I doubt they'll disappoint.
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    @T.B.

    Where is Millennium Comics? I didn't even know it existed and I live near Nottingham. I've always used Page 45 myself.
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      CommentAuthorTed
    • CommentTimeMar 6th 2008
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    I do beg your pardon. Not Nottingham at all. Northwich.

    I'd feel like an idiot for confusing the two, but, well, my geography is so unbelievably poor to begin with...
    • CommentAuthorDuck
    • CommentTimeApr 5th 2008
     (1099.45)
    Forbiddon Planet is good :]
    If your in Leicester (im not sure if they spread further than that) Magic Labyrinth is good, but a few members of staff patronised and rushed me out with fast 'no we dont sell that's as quickly as humanly possible
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    I'm not to keen on Magic Labyrinth. But then Forbidden Planet is a five minute walk in a line from my flat. So I'm going to be a bit bias.

    Plus they stock more gaming materials. Which again biases me more.

    House of Heroes in Loughbrough isn't too bad. I was in there earlier today just browsing.
    • CommentAuthorfro
    • CommentTimeApr 5th 2008
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    I've been to the Bristol FP most Saturdays in the past few months and never had any reason to complain about it - generally it's a nice shop and I like the staff. The reason I chose it over TM was that although the staff were good and I could usually find what I was after, they charged extra for alternate covers. Seeing a copy of some issue of Civil War on sale for ten quid confused me a bit, and I didn't go back many times after that.
    I've forgotten the point I was trying to make.
    • CommentAuthorwellsy
    • CommentTimeApr 12th 2008
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    Depending on the time of your visit, you might beable to go to one of the many cons that happen through the year.
    • CommentAuthorDuck
    • CommentTimeApr 12th 2008
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    forgot about house of heros
    the owners a right charmer :)
    xxx
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    I'll chime in and recommend Gosh! as well (got my pull list there) - excellent small shop with nice staff as opposed to FP which is more like the Tesco of comic shops.

    There's also Krypton Comics (quite far out of the center) http://www.kryptoncomics.com/ They're more of a mail order shop but they have an enormous amount of Marvel/DC back issues going back to the bronze & silver age.

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