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The BIGGEST & BEST
Downtown Chicago Comic Book Store !
At the Southwest
Corner of MICHIGAN Ave. &
One block North of the Art Institute.
77 E. Madison St.,
Chicago, IL 60602
STORE PHONE # (312)
Ideal if you attend the American Academy of Art,
Columbia College, the School of the Art
University, Robert Morris College,
Institute of Art, Roosevelt University,
Harold Washington College - heck, ANY school in Downtown Chicago is
CLOSE to us!!
Feel free to
Chicago Loop related inquiries to:
Streets - Manager
Matt started his Graham Crackers sentence
in 2000. In late 2001 he came aboard full-time and was promoted to Assistant (to
the) Manager. After
almost 7 long years, he has now gotten the call to the Big Game. Haaaave you met
Matt Streets: Manager? Matt still loves tearing
register receipts and knows
way more than you about comics (and bands) you've never heard of. Also, 80's
night is the Right Night for Matt Streets: Man of Action, Romance and Danger.
Earl Geier - Assistant Manager
Teaming up with Matt Streets on a full time basis to make the CHICAGO LOOP GCC
one of the most well rounded comic stores on the planet!
Assistant Manager Earl Geier has
been reading books for almost as long as any of us, and has forgotten more about
comics history than you'll ever know! Just try and stump him - it's no
small task to accomplish!
Andy can get us tickets to any sporting event in
the city. That's why Andy has a job. Oh, sure, he's friendly, personable and
genuinely nicer than all of us. Yes, he's been reading comics for a billion
years and has a pretty hefty Silver Age collection. And he collects original
comic book art too, but the tickets, see? That's the hook. Andy also loves
"Pulling Club" more than he'd admit and no, that is NOT a euphemism, so...
Kirk Jackson is a cautionary tale
in which a simple comic book customer somehow found himself on the wrong side of
the counter and is now Graham Cracker’s newest pusherman. Don’t get drawn in by
his wily smile and luscious strands of hair, or else you too may wake up elbow
deep in a stack of obscure comic books. Part John Travolta, and part Cookie
Monster, you may lose your pastries when near him, but will at least take home
some of his reading suggestions. Kirk Jackson bent my Wookie!
Chicago Loop Store Testimonial #1:
Just wanted to say thanks for making my sons day today. He is 7 &
never been in such a store before. The staff were so friendly, and
going. It was obvious they like where they work. After spending way
much time in the store, my son finally chose! ( then to find out he
3 more for free!) it might as well had been Christmas.
We will definitely be back!