Comic Book Men

AMC's new unscripted series Comic Book Men follows the antics in and around master fanboy Kevin Smith's New Jersey comic shop where staff and customers geek out over pop culture artifacts and the legends behind them.
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S4, E1

Heir Apparent

Kevin Smith sends his daughter Harley to the Stash to learn how to be a clerk. A customer sells his rare and unusual Rocky action figures.

S4, E2

Walt's Treehouse

A returning customer swings by the store with a toy Walt always wanted but never had. An aspiring student brings in a book signed by comic greats.

S4, E3

Stand Up Guys

Walt challenges the guys to perform stand up comedy at the Stash. A collector brings in key Marvel comics from the 1960s.

S4, E4

Super Baby

The guys agree to help out a friend and babysit her daughter for the afternoon. An Indiana Jones superfan tries to sell rare items from the films.

S4, E5

BronyCon

Walt and the guys visit BronyCon, a fan convention for My Little Pony. A customer wants to sell a board game from the 1970s featuring Godzilla.

S4, E6

Bat Prints

Walt considers buying hand and foot prints of Adam West and Burt Ward from the Batman TV show. A customer sells a rare set of Star Wars comic strips.

S4, E7

Turtle Time

Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, brings in his earliest sketches of the turtles to the Stash.

S4, E8

Stashbusters

Walt has a business proposition for original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson. A customer comes in to sell cartoon shampoo bottles from the '60s.

S4, E9

Dragging Rights

Adam West visits and a drag race between the Batmobile and the Black Beauty ignites. A customer sells the 1st comic appearance of Rocket Raccoon.

S4, E10

Mr. Adams

Comic legends, artist Neal Adams and writer Denny O'Neil, drop by the Stash. The guys look at a pristine set of 50-year-old Batman night lights.

S4, E11

My Favorite Munster

Butch Patrick, TV's Eddie Munster, drops by the Stash. A Star Wars action figure so rare it was never officially released lands on the counter.