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What was the name of the comic book store that stood on the corner of Clark and Kinzie in downtown Chicago in the Seventies and early Eighties?


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2005-06-27 23:08:01
2005-06-27 23:08:01

The Nostalgia Shop. Are you sure it was the "Nostalgia Shop"? I thought it was called "Collector's Comics"?

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