Address: 1602 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016, United States
Opening Times: Monday-Tuesday 10am-7pm, Wednesday 9am-8pm, Thursday-Saturday 10am-7pm and Sunday 11am-6pm
Last year I went to Arizona and I went to two comic book stores and I remember them very fondly and one those stores is Samurai Comics. Samurai Comics is comic book and collectible shop located near Scottsdale in Arizona. In the store they sell comic books, host tabletop and card gaming events and sell some collectibles.
What really impressed me about the store was the wide array of comics and collectibles that they had available. The biggest section of the store was dedicated to a large array of comic books and graphic novels both old and new and they even have a discounted graphic novel section which I took advantage of last time.
At the front of the store they had more kid friendly orientated books and comic books which is very handy to introduce a younger audience to the world of comic books. They also had a few Standees and a life size statue of Deadpool at the front of the store. In the middle of the store they had a number of tables set up to play card games and D&D Tournaments and such like, As I went there on the weekend it was pretty busy and there was a lot of people there using the tables.
The collectibles that they had available for sale including Mezco One:12 figures, DC Collectibles, Funko Pops, Model Kits, Pin Badges and Diamond Select Statues&Select figures. These were all dotted around the store.
At the front of the store they had their array of Diamond Select Toys Select figures, then they had a large array of model kits ranging from Star Wars to Gundam ones and a host of other properties. Around the tables they had displays with Funko Pops, DC Collectibles and Statues. I should note that all the products had their prices clearly printed on the products and all of them were very reasonably priced.
The staff were very friendly and helpful and very welcoming and were always on hand to help if you need it.
Overall I would highly recommend Samurai Comics if you haven’t had a chance to visit them before Also I should note that there’s two other Samurai Comic stores in Arizona.