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Just happened to pass this one night across from millennium park. Great for pops, not a huge selection but we bought 3-4 from there but it has figures and comics too. Staff were extremely knowledgeable and friendly.
Comic book stores are unique finds especially when they are awesome like this one! They also sell tickets to C2E2 and offer free shuttles to and from the convention when you get the tickets through them! Well organized and large variety!
I went in here because I can't pass by an open comic shop. They offer a great selection of books. The selection of collectibles is small. They clearly focus on the books. The shop is just across the street and part way down the block...More
In the modern age of digital media, and superhero movies, the art of the comic book is alive and well, and can be found in abundance at Chicago's Graham Cracker Comics! Stop in and check out comics and other collectibles, talk with the well informed...More
Normally we go to one of the three Graham Cracker Comics out in the suburbs where we live. However, whenever we're on a city trip we always seem to find ourselves stopping by the Madison Street store. Just can't help ourselves. Always a good day...More
A block from the 'bean' (Cloud Gate). Comics and graphic novels. Came for manga but there were only 200-300 - not the specialty here. Passionate staff. Lots of shelves for staff handling only - probably a necessity in a tourist area, but our local store...More
We noticed Graham Cracker Comics as we were walking around Chicago, and decided to stop in. They have a tremendous stock of not just comics, but graphic novels, books, and comic-related items. The manager was very friendly, talkative, and helpful, trying to see if he...More
We all enjoyed our visit to Graham Crackers. Walked out with 3 comic books and a Green Lantern ring - very reasonable prices!
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Often visitors' first stop in Chicago, The Loop is a good starting point to sample the city's energy and flavor. This central business district boasts Michelin-rated restaurants, upscale hotels, premier shopping, and enough arresting architecture to keep your camera busy for hours. You won’t find too many photo galleries of downtown Chicago without a shot of Millennium Park and Cloud Gate (“The Bean”), one of
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