**** All 9 stores are open today Labor Day! 09-01-2014 Regular hours ****

LAKEVIEW Location

3162 N. Broadway Chicago, IL. 60647
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Store Hours

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 11am-7pm
WED: 11am-8pm
Sat: 11am-7pm
Sun: 12pm-6pm

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STORE PHONE #  (773) 665-2010
 
As of June 8th, after 10 years on Clark Street - we're moved to a MUCH LARGER location aprox a 1/2 mile away at 3162 N. Broadway.

We'll now be able to offer a larger selection of product - easier parking - roomier shopping experience and we're slightly closer to where most of you live!

One of CHICAGO's finest stores.  With THE largest selection of back issues and trade paperbacks to be found on the entire NORTH SIDE! 

Call us, or check our EVENTS page to see our weekly HEROCLIX tournaments.

Between Belmont & Briar.


Convenient parking in our new LAKEVIEW neighborhood.  Street parking abundent as well as a parking garage directly across the street from us

RIGHT NEAR Chicago's own RECKLESS RECORDS shop - now you have 2 good reasons to visit this part of LAKEVIEW!

We BUY Old Comics EVERY TUESDAY. Please call ahead for an appointment.


Come browse our 2,500 square foot location on the north side of Chicago! 

Absolutely NO ONE in Chicago has
more Golden Age/Silver Age and Modern back issues than this store!! 

Feel free to e-mail all Lincoln Park related inquiries to:
shanewallace@grahamcrackers.com


Shane Wallace - Manager
Stowing away inside a long box of comics, Shane currently resides in Lincoln Park's DC back issue section. Living off air conditioning condensation and spiders, Shane gives helpful advice and friendly customer service and he's clawed his way to the top of this north-side food chain. Stop in and tell him, "Hello;" he has very few friends.

Jeremy Gordon
Jeremy is living proof that annoying kids eventually turn into somewhat-less-annoying adults, albeit adults that provide valuable retail skills.  He first started shopping at the Lincoln Park Graham Crackers branch in the 7th grade, but it wasn’t until the end of his sophomore year that he asked for a job.  He is a devoted believer in the church of Grant Morrison and aspires to babble as artfully as Morrison does one day.  In his spare time, he attends Northwestern University in Evanston, where he is preparing to write DC’s entire Teen Titans line in five years.

Lincoln Park Store Testimonial:

hello,
my name is Jono Rodriguez.  I used to frequent at your Graham Crackers location before moving to Texas.  First, let me just say that I miss your store terribly.  **** **** is the worst comic store ever, especially the one that is closest to me.  Only one of the seven employees that work there are even remotely interested in comics or collectables.  The others are either between ages 16 and 24 and ONLY care about Magic cards or a fare-weathered mother or a "guy who just needs a part time job."  Their back issues are boardless and awfully organized, if you really call cramming all the A's, B's, C's, etc. into several long boxes organization (as in no titled separations - just alphabetized).
 
I think the best thing about Graham Crackers is the separation of companies (Marvel, DC, Indy, etc.) which you don't see in nearly any comic stores.  I still order online when I need a comic I can't find at the, yes, TWO comic stores in a twenty mile radius.  And the shipping is super fast.  I'll order it late Wednesday night and receive it on Saturday morning.  Fastest shipping service ever.
 
But I digress.  It's easy to like a comic store, but it's not until you leave that comic store and go to a much lesser comic store before you love that store.



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