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Best of SA 2012

Best Comic Shop

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1. Dragon's Lair Comics & Fantasy
7959 Fredericksburg, (210) 615-1229, dlair.net/sanantonio

Dragon's Lair is the go-to spot for local superhero and gaming enthusiasts, carrying all the latest comics, manga paperbacks, and a nice selection of indie graphic novels. Gamers can pick up an array of interactive fun, from Magic: The Gathering to StarCraft and Penny Arcade. Or spend some time in the Lair, checking out your speed at open gaming and weekly tournaments in six spacious game rooms. Unlike the dank, dark comic book shops of old, visitors are welcomed by a friendly staff that won't put you geeks-in-training under too much pressure, and will make sure you're informed of the visiting artists' and writers' schedules.

2. Comic Break (locally based online store)
comicbreak.com

3. Collector's Authority
1534 SE Military, St 106, (210) 977-8818, collectorsauthority.com

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